There will be a special Armistice Day Service in Appleton Chapel tomorrow morning at 8:45 o'clock. This meeting is held in accordance with a custom which has been observed annually at the University since the close of the war, in memory of the University men who gave their lives for their country. Each year these special memorial services have been well attended, and have been conducted by prominent men. Last year President Lowell spoke to an audience that filled the chapel. This year the morning prayers at the University on Armistice Day will be conducted by the Reverend James Thayer Addison '09, of Cambridge, who was chaplain of the First Gas Regiment in the American Expeditionary Forces.
TO HOLD ARMISTICE DAY SERVICE
Reverend J. T. Addison '09 to Conduct at Appleton Tomorrow
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