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The arrangements for the Phillips Brooks House Association spread on Class Day, June 22, were announced last night by Alexander Donald '27, Chairman of the Spread Committee.
The spread will be given in the rear of Hollis Hall this year instead of the customary place near Holworthy Hall. In case of rain arrangements have been made to shift the spread to the Phillips Brooks House which is in a convenient position for the move. The hours of the spread are from 5.30 to 7.30 o'clock.
All members of the University and their guests are invited to attend. The tickets which will go on sale about June 1, will cost $1.25. In the past the affair has attracted a large number of people, the usual attendance being about 400.
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