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As an observance of the approaching Christmas, the University every year holds a series of services at the Memorial Chapel, shortly before vacation, at which Christmas carols and anthems are featured.
There will be two services open to members of the University and their families, this afternoon and tomorrow afternoon, while a service open to the general public will be held tomorrow evening at 8:15 o'clock.
The public service tomorrow evening will be held by the Reverend Palfrey Perkins, Minister of King's Chapel, Boston. The service this afternoon will be conducted by the Reverend C. Leslie Glenn, Rector of Christ Church, Cambridge; while tomorrow's service will be conducted by the Reverend Leslie T. Pennington, Minister of the Christ Church in Cambridge, Unitarian.
At all the services Christmas carols and anthems will be sung by the University Choir and the Choral Society of Radcliffe College under the direction of Professor Archibald T. Davison.
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