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Last day for receiving from persons intending to enter College applications for Price Greenleaf, Aid, James A. Rumrill Scholarships, and Charles Elliott Perkins Scholarships, for 1913-14.
8.45.**--Morning prayers in Appleton Chapel by the Rev. Professor G. A. J. Ross.
4.10.--Special train for inauguration at Washington leaves South Station, Boston.
8.00.--*Lecture on "Wireless Telephony," by Professor E. L. Chaffee, in the Lecture Room of the Jefferson Physical Laboratory.
11.00.--**Rev. Albert Parker Fitch '00 in Appleton Chapel.
4.00.--**Lecture on "Fresh Air, Exercise, and Physical Condition," by Dr. Edward H. Bradford, at the Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston.
4.00.--*President and Mrs. Lowell at home, 17 Quincy street.
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