The University will tomorrow do homage to its honored dead. This year's celebration of Memorial Day will again be held under the auspices of the Memorial Society, and every effort is being made to have the ceremony commensurate with the first Memorial Day after the Great War. Major Henry Lee Higginson '55 will preside at the exercises, which will be held in Sanders Theatre at 11.30 o'clock in the morning. Addresses will be made by ex-Governor Augustus E. Willson '69, of Louisville, Ky., and the Reverend Albert Parker Fitch '00. Professor Jefferson B. Fletcher '87, of New York, will read a poem, and there will be singing by the University Choir.
Officers, graduates, and undergraduates of the University will assemble in front of University Hall at 11 o'clock. Upon the arrival of Charles Beck Post, G. A. R., at 11.20, they will parade to Sanders Theatre. Members of the University who have lately been in the military or naval service of the country are requested to come in uniform.
The theatre will be open to ticket holders at 10.45 A. M. After the entrance of the procession, the public will be admitted, and seats will no longer be reserved. Application for tickets should be made to the Secretary of the Harvard Memorial Society, 35 Dunster, or at the librarian's office, Widener Library.
Flowers for the decoration of the tablets in Memorial Hall will be welcome, and a committee will be in attendance at 9.30 o'clock to receive and care for whatever flowers are sent.