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At 8 o'clock.--Complete List of Patronesses and Junior Ushers.


The fourteenth annual Senior Spread will be held in Memorial Hall this evening from 8 to 1 o'clock. There will be 20 dances, the first of which will begin promptly at 8 o'clock.

Supper will be served on the lawn west of Memorial Hall from 9.30 to 12 o'clock. Boxes have been fitted up on both sides of the Delta, those with, even numbers on the Kirkland street side and those with odd numbers on the Cambridge street side. In front of these boxes there are rows of tables seating from four to six. These tables are lettered. Persons who are not assigned to boxes or tables on the printed list, which will be given out at the door, may obtain places by applying to an usher. Tickets may be bought at the door by Seniors for themselves and their guests. Dance programs will be given them at the same time.

In order to avoid confusion, the north door, facing Kirkland street, will be used for those arriving in carriages, and the south door, facing Cambridge street, will be used by pedestrians. After 11 o'clock both doors will be thrown open to those leaving by carriages. Carriage checks will indicate at which door carriages will wait. A special car will leave from in front of Memorial Hall for Adams square at 1 o'clock. Taxicabs will be on hand for those who desire them from 7.30 o'clock on.

Ushers are expected to be in Memorial Hall promptly at 7.45 o'clock as their tickets will be void after 8 o'clock.

List of Junior Ushers.

Head usher: F. C. Gray; ushers: F. L. Allen, C. Amory, Jr., R. C. Benchley, P. Blair, E. C. Brown, T. J. Campbell, R. Clifford, R. F. Duncan, J. Elliott, R. T. Fisher, H. L. Gaddis, S. S. Hanks, G. D. Hayward, P. K. Houston, F. D. Huntington, F. H. Leslie, S. Mixter, H. R. Morse, E. P. Pierce, Jr., D. P. Ranney, a. Richard, K. Roosevelt, E. D. Smith, C. M. Storey, R. B. Wigglesworth, P. R. Withington.

List of Patronesses.

The patronesses are as follows: Mrs. Charles Francis Adams, 2d, Mrs. Oliver Ames, Mrs. Frederick Ayer, Mrs. Thomas P. Beal, Mrs. Le Baron Briggs, Mrs. William C. Boyden, Mrs. Charles K. Cobb, Mrs. William R. Castle, Mrs. Edward Channing, Mrs. H. L. Corbett, Mrs. Charles E. Cotting, Mrs. George W. Cram, Mrs. George C. Cutler, Mrs. Eugene B. Floyd, Mrs. Charles H. W. Foster, Mrs. Kuno Francke, Mrs. Emor H. Harding, Mrs. Augustus Hemenway, Mrs. Henry L. Higginson, Mrs. Henry S. Howe, Mrs. Henry S. Hunnewell, Mrs. Herbert Jaques, Mrs. William Lawrence, Mrs. A. Lawrence Lowell, Mrs. John Lowell, Mrs. Arthur Lyman, Mrs. Edward C. Moore, Mrs. Edward H. Nichols, Mrs. Henry Parkman, Mrs. T. Nelson Perkins, Mrs. Bliss Perry, Mrs. John Richardson, Jr., Mrs. Maurice H. Richardson, Mrs. William M. Richardson, Mrs. Philip L. Saltonstall, Mrs. Dunlap Smith, Mrs. William D. Sohier, Mrs. James J. Storrow, Mrs. Frank E. Sweetser, Mrs. Joseph G. Thorpe, Mrs. Robert De Coursey Ward, Mrs. Barrett Wendell, Mrs. Henry Wheeler, Mrs. D. L. Withington, Mrs. Paul Withington, Mrs. George Whitney.

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