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The 1920 Class Day Committee wishes to draw the attention of Seniors to the competitions for Class Day ticket designs and for the words of the Bacca-laureate Hymn. All Seniors possessing ability along these lines are urgently requested to enter the competitions.
The drawings for the tickets should be distinct so that the reproductions of them will be clear. Designs should be done on white paper in black India ink, and should be four and one-half by seven and one-half inches in size. The designs must bear the following words, respectively:
Yard tickets--"Harvard Class Day 1920. Admit one to the Yard, 2-11 P. M., June 22."
Stadium tickets--"Harvard Class Day 1920. Stadium Exercises 4 P. M., June 22."
Memorial tickets--"Harvard Class Day 1920. Admit one to Memorial Hall and Gymnasium 8-11 P. M., June 22."
The words for the Hymn should be set to some familiar tune, such as "Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand," or "Integer Vitae."
Any competitor who wishes more complete information should communicate with J. Stubbs '20, Holworthy 8, to whom all ticket designs should be sent by Saturday, March 20. Free Class Day tickets will be given to the winners of this competition.
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