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All notices for the weekly CRIMSON Calendar must be placed in the notice box in the CRIMSON Office on Fridays before 5 o'clock, marked "For the CRIMSON Calendar."
Sunday, June 15.
11.00--Morning service in Appleton Chapel conducted by the Rev. William J. Thompson, of Drew Theological Seminary, Madison, N. J.
12.30.--Exercises in Appleton Chapel for the members of the class of 1888, conducted by members of that class. Sermon by Rev. Herman Page of Chicago.
4.00.--President Lowell will deliver the Baccalaureate Sermon to the Seniors in Appleton Chapel. The class hymn, written by Daniel Sargent, of Wellesley, will be sung.
5.00-6.30.--Reception by President and Mrs. Lowell to the Seniors at their home, 17 Quincy street.
Monday, June 16, Phi Beta Kappa Day.
8.30.--Meeting of Faculty of Law in Langdell Hall.
9.45.--Business meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa Society in Harvard Hall.
11.00.--The corner-stone of the Harry E. Widener Memorial Library will be laid.
11.00.--Commencement exercises of Andover Theological Seminary in Andover Chapel.
11.30.--Procession of the members of Phi Beta Kappa will start for Sanders Theatre. The parade will be formed by classes, the oldest class leading.
11.45.--University meeting in Sanders Theatre. The President of the University will announce the award of academic prizes for the year 1912-13.
12.00.--Phi Beta Kappa exercises in Sanders Theatre. The oration and poem will be delivered, the oration by the Rev. Samuel McChord Crothers, S.T.D., '99, of Cambridge, and the poem by George Edward Woodberry '77, of Beverly. The Hon. Francis Joseph Swayze '79 Justice of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and president of the Phi Beta Kappa, Society, will preside.
2.00.--Phi Beta Kappa dinner in the Union.
8.00-1.00.--Senior Spread and dance in Memorial Hall.
Class Day, Tuesday, June 17.
9.00.--Service in Appleton Chapel for the Seniors, conducted by Professor George Herbert Palmer '64.
11.00.--Class Day exercises in Sanders Theatre.
2.00.--First Harvard Yale baseball game in New Haven.
2.00.--The Yard will be cleared, and none but ticket-holders will be admitted between 2 and 11.
4.00.--Exercises in the Stadium. The Ivy Oration will be delivered by Paul Merrick Hollister, of Grand Rapids, Mich.
5.30-7.30. -- Phillips Brooks House Spread on the quadrangle between Holden Chapel and Phillips Brooks House.
6.00-10.00.--Spread in the Union, open to members only.
8.00--Dinner of the alumni of the Dental School at Young's Hotel, Boston.
8.00-11.00.--Dancing in the Gymnasium and in memorial Hall.
9.00.--The Glee Club will sing on the front steps of Sever Hall.
Wednesday, June 18.
11.00.--Meeting of President and Fellows of Harvard College in University 5.
11.00.--Annual meeting of the Law School Association in Langdell Hall. At noon, procession to the Union, where lunch will be served.
11.30.--Commencement exercises of Radcliffe College in Sanders Theater.
12.00.--Luncheon of the alumni of the Divinity School in Divinity Hall.
3.00.--Second Harvard-Yale baseball game on Soldiers Field.
6.30.--Annual engineering dinner in Union.
Thursday, June 19, Commencement Day.
10.00.--The President and Fellows of the University will meet the invited guests of the University in Harvard Hall.
10.00-4.00.--Election of Overseers in Harvard Hall.
10.15.--The academic procession will form in the Yard, and will march to Sanders Theatre.
10.30.--Commencement exercises in Sanders Theatre.
12.2.00.--Buffet luncheon in Faculty
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