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The 47th edition of the Harvard-Senior Album will be released on Friday, May 15, as scheduled. Subscribers may call for their copies at Phillips Brooks House on Friday after one o'clock or on any subsequent week-day afternoon.
The new volume is similar to its predecessors in that the contents have been divided into sections. "University Views" make up the initial 30-odd pages of the book. Jerome D. Greene '96, pilot of the Tercentenary Celebration plans, is the author of an article that primarily deals with the celebration events and their meanings, but it also contains an undercurrent of feeling that expresses pride in Harvard's history and reputation.
"The Class" section, including pictures and activities of 1080 men, the "History of the Class, and other features, plus the sections on Sports, Clubs, Societies and Councils, complete the book.
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