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CLASS DAY PROCESSIONS

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All members of the class of 1923 will march in four processions in connection with the Class Day exercises today. Caps and Gowns will be worn at all processions, which will form as follows:

1. 8.30 A. M., in front of Holworthy; march to chapel.

2. 10.30 A. M., in front of Holworthy; march to Sanders.

3. 3.15 P. M., in front of Holworthy; march to Tree Exercises.

4. 3.50 P. M., march from Tree Exercises to Stadium. 1923 Class Day Committee.

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