Tomorrow the entire nation will pay reverence to the memory of Theodore Roosevelt. The universality of the tribute exemplifies better than words the great recognition and esteem which America accorded to him during his life time. It is a mere question of months until a permanent memorial will be erected to commemorate his great service to the nation; but the consecration to his memory tomorrow shows that his name is "written upon the hearts of men" where it will remain imperishable.

It is the privilege and duty of Harvard men to show their respect to the memory of so famous an alumnus. There will be opportunities to hear addresses by Dr. Crothers of Cambridge, and other ministers in nearby churches. Also a popular memorial service will be held in Boston Sunday afternoon. It is eminently fitting that graduates and undergraduates honor Roosevelt at this time, as he honored the University during his life.