Announcements of the thirty-second annual meeting of the Associated Harvard Clubs to be held on June 5, 6, and 7 at St. Paul and Minneapolis are being mailed to 55,000 Harvard graduates all over the country it was stated yesterday by Nathan Pereles-Jr. '04, secretary.
June 5 will be devoted to what is known as Graduates day, on which day there will be group luncheons for alumni of the Graduate Schools. As now planned group luncheons will be held for alumni of the Law School, Medical School, Business School, Engineering School, Arts and Sciences, Education and Architecture, and possibly Divinity. In the afternoon the men will be taken to the various points of interest, with visits to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, University of Minnesota, and the flour mills for which St. Paul and Minneapolis are so famous. In the evening there will be a dinner, not solely for Graduate School men, but for all Harvard graduates. At this dinner Nathan Hayward '95, President of the Associated Harvard Clubs, will preside: the speakers have not yet been selected.
On Friday, June 6, the regular business session of the Associated Harvard Clubs will be held to discuss the reports of officers and committees, to elect officers, and to select the place of the next meeting. As part of the Friday meeting it is expected that Professor H. E. Clifford, acting Dean of the Engineering School, will speak on the work of this department of the University. Assistant Professor K. B. Murdock '16 will speak on recent developments of the House Plan, while J. F. Dwinell '02 will make a report on the Harvard Employment Service. In the evening the annual dinner will be held. The speakers have not yet been announced.
An all day outing either to the Mississippi or to Lake Minnetonka will round up the meeting, the arrangements for which are in the hands of the Harvard Club of Minnesota.