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Tomorrow the first of the exercises attendant upon Ninety three's graduation will take place in Appleton Chapel at four o'clock, when the Rev. William T. Rainsford of New York will preach the Baccalaureate Sermon. Services like these are strangely impressive; to seniors they mean the beginning of the last week of their college life, a thought suggestive of different emotions to different men. The class is fortunate to have one of Dr. Rainsford's character to deliver the parting words of advice; and his strong and popular personality cannot fail to add weight to what he has to say. He has impressed himself so strongly upon those students who know him that we are heartily glad that he is given this opportunity of speaking to a large body of Harvard men on so important an occasion.

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