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The History of Harvard's Commencement, Explained

THREE SCHEDULES APPROVED

By Athletic Committee.--Action on Eligibility Rules Deferred.

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Many important matters were considered at the Athletic Committee meeting last night, among them being the ratification of three appointments for managerships of University teams and the approval of three schedules. The Freshman baseball schedule, as approved, will be as follows:

April 26.--Brookline High.

April 29.--Stone School.

May 3.--Everett High.

May 6.--St. Mark's at Southboro.

May 10.--Milton at Milton.

May 13.--St. George's at Newport.

May 17.--Exeter.

May 20.--Andover.

May 24.--Morris Heights.

May 27.--Hotchkiss at Lakeville.

May 31.--Yale 1914.

The following lacrosse schedule was approved:

April 8.--Springfield Training School.

April 15.--Johns Hopkins at Baltimore.

April 17.--Mount Washington at Baltimore.

April 19.--Annapolis at Annapolis.

April 21.--West Point at West Point.

April 29.--Carlisle.

May 13.--Hobart at Geneva, N. Y.

May 15.--Cornell at Ithaca.

Unless otherwise stated, all games will be played in Cambridge.

May 27 was approved as the date for the annual boat race with Cornell at Ithaca.

It was decided to give a dinner to the Freshman football, relay and hockey teams, all of which were victorious over the Yale freshmen. The dinner will occur at the Varsity Club next Monday evening.

A committee composed of E. H. Wells '97, W. F. Garcelon L.'95, and H. deWindt '12 was appointed to compile eligibility rules for Harvard athletics. The action of the crew management in arranging a race between the Freshmen and Groton on May 29 was approved. The Weld crew will also row Worcester High on the Charles River on June 3.

The schedule of the fencing team was approved. The remaining dates are the preliminaries for the intercollegiates at West Point next Saturday and the finals for the intercollegiates at the Hotel Astor, New York, on March 31, and April 1.

The Senior Class Day Committee requested that the baseball game with Yale be changed from Class Day, and the matter was referred to the baseball committee. Permission was granted to the baseball team to leave on its southern trip on April 14.

It is probable that several movable steel stands will be built for use either at football or baseball games. This has not been definitely decided upon, however.

N. W. Bingham '95, A. Goodhue '04, and H. S. Thompson '99 will compose the committee to take charge of next year's sale of football tickets.

H. L. Gaddis '12, of McCune, Kansas, was appointed assistant manager of the track team; J. Elliott '12, of New York, manager of the hockey team; and R. L. Forbush '14, of Newton Centre, assistant manager of the gymnastic team. These appointments are subject to the approval of the Student Council.

The undergraduate committee on insignia decided to award association football numerals to the members of the Freshman team

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