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JUNIOR USHERS

The Class Day Committee, having planned for nearly six months, on Tuesday reaches the point when the time for planning is over. The success of Class Day is largely removed from their hands and now rests with the Weatherman and the Junior Ushers. The former can not be conjured, editorially, or otherwise, to be friendly; the Junior Ushers may be merely reminded how much depends on them. Ushering on Class Day does not simply consist of reporting at Harvard Hall, securing a bronze badge and then spending the rest of the day seeing how many things that badge will admit to. It means first attending to the wants of the visitors and second keeping people who are not wanted out of the Yard. Those who have been here at Class Day before will realize that this is no small responsibility.

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