A record total of alumni will return to the University to attend their Twenty-fifth Reunion this year if Mid-May enrollment figures are any indication of the final number of graduates who will revisit Cambridge in June.
Thus far, approximately 1413 members of the Class of 1933 and their families have written the University that they will come back to the city for the five-day re-union period beginning June 8. Members of the Reunion Committee estimate that the total should reach 1600 by the end of the week.
There is a good chance that the Class will top the record, established last year by the Class of '32, for the traditional 25th-year gift to the University. Over $357,000 was collected during the 1957 reunon.
The Class of 1933 has planned several special events for the occasion. After registering at the Union, members will be rushed through 120 hours of socializing, meetings, and athletic events, including a Harvard-Yale baseball game. and a dinner-dance in huge tents next to the Business School on June 11.