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Senior Class Notice

Designs for Class Day Tickets.

By R. C. Floyd

Designs for Class Day tickets are to be definitely chosen before March 10, and it is hoped that Seniors who enter the competition will aid the Class Day Committee in its work by submitting their designs as early as possible. Designs should be drawn in black India ink on white paper, and should be 4 1-2 by 7 1-2 inches in size. The drawing should be distinct, in order that the reduction may be good. Every design must contain the words "Harvard Class Day 1911," in prominent lettering. All designs must contain the following words:

1.--Yard tickets--"Harvard Class Day 1911. Admit one to the Yard 2-11 O. M., June 23."

2.--Stadium tickets--"Harvard Class Day, 1911 Stadium exercises, 4 P. M., June 23."

3.--Memorial tickets--"Harvard Class Day, 1911. Admit one to Memorial Hall and Gymnasium, 8-11 P. M., June 23."

A design is also desired for the Senior Spread dance program, containing the words, "Harvard (University) Senior Spread, Class of 1911, June 22." The design must be in ink or wash, 4 1-2 by 7 1-2 inches. A competitor who desires to vary the lettering of any design should communicate with R. C. Floyd, Hollis 28, to whom all designs should be sent. The successful competitor will be given free tickets by the committee.

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