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A service banner, in memory of Harvard men who fell in the War will be dedicated in Appleton Chapel on Sunday. Amistice Day, at noon, directly after the usual morning service. President Lowell will deliver the address at the service, which will be open to the public.
Professor E. C. Moore, chairman of the Board of Preachers of the University, will conduct exercises, and Professor A. T. Davison '96 will be in charge of the music and singing.
Mr. Huger Elliott, former instructor in the University School of Architecture and present Principal of the School of Industrial Art at the Pennsylvania Museum in Philadelphia, designed the banner.
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