As Memorial Day draws near and the tablets in the vestibule of Memorial Hall grow in their significance, there comes to us a desire to meet together and pay our tribute to those older sons of Harvard. To honor their memory, to feel again their enthusiasm, and to catch if possible some of their high, heroic spirit of self-sacrifice, the college held last year a simple service on Memorial Day in Sanders Theatre. The sentiment of that occasion left no doubt as to the question of continuing the custom; and therefore a like service will be held this year. Invitations have been sent to those graduates who served in the war, to join us under. graduates in this Harvard tribute. There will be music, led by the Glee Club, and Dr. Edward Waldo Emerson '66 will read his paper on "The Lesson of the Soldier," - the story of Charles Russell Lowell. The service will be held at eleven o'clock in the morning, and all members and friends of the university are invited.
B. W. TRAFFORD,F. W. HALLOWELL,H. WARE,G. C. LEE JR.,H. A. CUTLER,COMMITTEE.
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