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The usual Memorial Day service will be held in Sanders Theatre on Monday morning at 12 o'clock. For several years past this service has been one of the most impressive events of the Spring term. The address, full of the personal reminiscences of the speaker, has always been of unusual interest.
This year the address will be delivered by Professor Nathaniel S. Shaler. To those Harvard men who know him or have taken his courses, it is needless to add that what he will have to say is sure to be well worth hearing. The prayer will be offered by Dr. George A. Gordon; Col. Higginson will preside, and the Glee Club will lead the singing.
Tickets may still be obtained at Thurston's. They entitle the holder to a reserved seat until 11.55 a. m. After that time the doors at the south entrance will be opened and any seat in the house may be occupied.
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