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The New England Federation of Harvard Clubs will open its Graduates' Day with a meeting at 10 o'clock this morning in the Faculty Room of the Union. President W. L. W. Field of the New England Federation will preside and President Lowell will speak. Biology 1, the new course to be offered next year on life and its development, will be explained by the four professors who will conduct it, Professors G. H. Parker '87, R. A. Daly G. '93, W. J. V. Osterhout, and Harlow Shapley. The meeting will probably be short in order to give the men present an opportunity to visit several of the scientific departments of the University before they go to dinner in the Union at 12.30 o'clock.
No definite program has been arranged for the afternoon since many of the visitors will desire to attend either the Harvard-Princeton baseball game or track meet, or the crew events in the Basin.
A dinner, to be given at 7 o'clock at the Harvard Club, will close the events of the day.
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