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An unusually long and interesting program has been arranged for Commencement Week this spring, from Sunday, June 20, to Friday, June 25. Included in the schedule are the Baccalaureate Sermon by President Lowell, the annual Phi Beta Kappa exercises, two large dances, the Senior Spread and Dance on Monday, and dancing on Tuesday, the Class Day services and exercises, class reunions and celebrations, singing by the Glee Club, two Harvard-Yale baseball games, one of them at New Haven, the Commencement exercises, and the Harvard-Yale boat race at New Haven.
The complete program follows:
Sunday, June 20
Baccalaureate sermon by President Lowell, Appleton Chapel, 4 P. M.
The President's reception to the class of 1920, 5-6.30 P. M.
Monday, June 21, Phi Beta Kappa Day
Phi Beta Kappa exercises, Sanders Theatre, 12 noon, William Roscoe Thayer '81 presiding; oration by Thomas Nelson Page, recently U. S. Ambassador to Italy; poem by Professor Charles H. Grandgent '83.
Senior Spread and Dance, Memorial Hall, 8 P. M.
Tuesday, June 22
Class Day Service in Appleton Chapel, 9 A. M.
Exercises in Sanders Theatre, 11 A. M.; class oration by Slater Washburn, class poem by James G. King Jr., class ode by Paul R. Doolin; chorister, John V. Spalding.
Tree exercises beside Holden Chapel, 3.30 P. M. Henry W. Harris Jr., Tree orator.
Stadium exercises, 4 P. M.; Ivy oration by Edgar Scott Jr. '20.
Dancing in Memorial Hall and Gymnasium, 8-11 P. M.
Singing by Glee Club on steps of Widener Library, 9 P. M.
Harvard-Yale baseball game at New Haven.
Wednesday, June 23, Reunion Day
Class reunions and celebrations.
Harvard-Yale baseball game at Soldiers Field.
Thursday, June 24
Commencement exercises in Sanders Theatre. (Doors open at 9.30; seats reserved until 10 A. M.; Commencement procession forms at 10 A. M.)
Alumni meeting in Sever Quadrangle, 2 P. M.
Postal ballot for Overseers and Directors of Harvard Alumni Association, Lower Massachusetts, 9.30-4.00.
Friday, June 25
Harvard-Yale boat races at New London.
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