Baccalaureate services, usually held on the Sunday of Commencement week, have been given up for the duration of the war. The Reverend Henry B. Washburn, D.D., Dean Emeritus of the Episcopal Theological School and Vice-Chairman of the Board of Preachers, will recognize the presence of college seniors in the conduct of the service on Sunday, June 25, although he will not present a formal baccalaureate sermon. Special pews in the Memorial Church will be reserved for the seniors who are graduating and for their families and friends.
No Baccalaureate Service, But Seniors Asked to Chapel
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