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Professor LeBaron R. Briggs will formally announce winners of academic distinctions this evening at 8 o'clock in the Fogg lecture room. The deturs will also be awarded. The meeting will be held in accordance with the plan recently adopted by the Faculty for the more complete recognition of prize and scholarship winners. A pamphlet will be distributed containing a list of the winners of the Bowdoin prizes from their beginning, the winners of scholarships of the first group for the past four years and of the second group for the current year, all the prize winners last year in Harvard College, and men who received deturs this year. The last civision includes Sophomores of the first group, and Juniors and Seniors of the first group who have not already received prizes.
The winners of the Bowdoin and other prizes, the men who have obtained second year and final honors, those to whom deturs are to be awarded, and the scholars of the first and second groups will be present at the meeting. The invited guests will be the Board of Overseers, the Faculty and other officers of the University, winners of academic distinctions in former years, the governor of Massachusetts and the mayor of Cambridge, the presidents of the classes, the head masters of schools whose pupils' names appear in the list, and certain representatives of the press. Several prominent men will deliver speeches.
The meeting is not open to the University in general, but at 8 o'clock, after the holders of special invitations have been seated, students in Harvard College proper will be admitted.
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