Bright college years will come to a close for the Class of 1935 with a strenuous week of festivity beginning June 15, and with the Baccalaureate Sermon in the Memorial Church, sweeping up to the grand finale of the Commencement Exercises on Thursday morning.
Monday evening when the Seniors have had ample time to digest the wisdom received in the Sermon, they will have their Senior Spread and Dance, at ten o'clock.
Wednesday, Class Day, begins with exercises in the morning in the Eliot-Kirkland-Winthrop triangle, followed by an out-of-doors buffet luncheon. In the afternoon students and the various reuning classes parade to the Stadium, where the Confetti Battle and other similar epic events take place. After that comes the second of the Harvard-Yale baseball games.
In the evening, the Glee Club will perform under the Japanese lanterns in front of the Squash Courts, and any humorous talent that may be available will also be recruited to divert the audience. Following this, dancing in the Houses until one o'clock for upperclassmen, their friends, and members of the reuning classes.
Commencement proper comes Thursday at eleven o'clock in the Yard, when the honorary degrees are bestowed, and the graduating hordes will be "admitted into the fellowship of educated men."