The schedule of events for Commencement Week was announced yesterday by J. N. Trainer, Jr. '31, chairman of the Class Day Committee. With several minor changes, the program is much the same as that of former years. Ticket applications and circulars with details concerning Class Day will be mailed to all Seniors before May 1.
The exercises this year will be held from June 14 to 19. The Baccalaureate Sermon by President Lowell on Sunday afternoon, June 15, is the first event on the schedule, which closes Friday with the Harvard-Yale regatta on the Thames at New London.
R. C. Aldrich '31 and David Cobb '31 are in charge of the Senior spread, which will be held in the Lowell House quadrangles. The chief direction of the Stadium exercises will be in the hands of T. E. Farrell '31, while C. F. Richards '31 will have charge of the chapel exercises in Sanders Theatre.
Competitions open to all Seniors for Class Day ticket designs and for words to the Baccalaureate Hymn close Monday. The hymn may be based upon any familiar tune, such as "Fair Harvard". "Onward Christian Soldiers", or "Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand".
Following is the program for Commencement Week:
Sunday, June 14
4 o'clock--Baccalaureate Sermon in Appleton Chapel, followed by President Lowell's reception to the Senior Class.
Monday, June 15
11.30 o'clock--Phi Beta Kappa Oration and Poem in Sanders Theatre.
9 o'clock--Senior Spread and Dance at Lowell House.
Tuesday, June 16
9 o'clock--Senior Class Chapel Service in Appleton Chapel.
11 o'clock--Sanders Theatre Exercises; Oration, Poem, Ode, and Prayer.
3.30 o'clock--Tree Exercises beside Holden Chapel.