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The customary Memorial Day service, "to commemorate the sons of Harvard who fell in the war," will be held in Sanders Theatre, May 30, at 12 m. The address this year will be delivered by Professor N. S. Shaler '62. Dr. George A. Gordon '81, pastor of the Old South Church, will offer the prayer, and Col. Thomas Wentworth Higginson '41, will preside. The Glee Club is also expected to take the usual part in the service, and the recently organized Harvard battalion to attend in a body.
Tickets may be had free of any charge on application at Thurston's as follows: Officers of the University on Monday, May 23; graduates and undergraduates on Tuesday, May 24. After Tuesday the distribution will be thrown open to the public, and anyone may apply. Holders of tickets will be required to present themselves at the north entrance to Memorial, and their seats will be kept for them till 11.55 a. m. After that non-ticket holders will be admitted, but by the south entrance only, and any vacant seat may be occupied.
It is hoped that as many members of the University as are able will attend.
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