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The Senior Picnic to Peddock's Island starts this morning with the parade at 3 o'clock. A few tickets at 50 cents will be on sale in Holworthy 9 from 8 to 8.30 o'clock; caps, cups, horns, and badges will be given out at the same time, and there are still left a few bathing trunks at 10 cents.
The picture will be taken at 8.30 and the start from the Square (via Cambridge street) will be made at 8.45. A little less than an hour later the King Philip will leave Commercial Wharf. On arrival at Peddock's Island the program of sports will begin with a hitherto unscheduled wheel-barrow race. Luncheon at 1 will interrupt the athletes, and the departure of the King Philip at 4.45 will give them a chance for a well-earned rest and mild stimulants.
Those who miss the special cars or are unable to leave Cambridge at 8.45 may take the regular Nantasket boat from Rowe's Wharf at 10.20, 12.20 or 2.20, get off at Pemberton, and be conveyed thence by launch to Peddock's. Launches will also enable men to leave early if necessary.
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