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Exercises in Honor of Mrs. Howe

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The city of Boston will conduct exercises in honor of the late Mrs. Julia Ward Howe in Symphony Hall tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. Ex-Governor Curtis Guild '81 will review Mrs. Howe's life from a literary point of view, Judge Robert Grant '73 will read a commemorative poem, and other addresses will be made. The musical features will be furnished by a chorus of 80 male voices, partly composed of members of the University, under the direction of Dr. A. T. Davison '06, the college organist; 50 members of the Boston Opera House Orchestra; and a chorus of 75 blind children.

Admission will be by complimentary ticket until 7.50 o'clock, when the public will be admitted to any unoccupied seats.

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