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Commencement Exercises in Sanders in Case Rain Falls

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If it rains on Commencement Day next Thursday, the University will be ready to move the ceremonies into Sanders Theatre. This will mean cutting down the number of people admitted somewhat in the following fashion:

Members of Faculties below the rank of associate professor, officers of instruction and administration not Faculty members, alumni of less than 25 years' standing, and students of non-graduating classes cannot be admitted to the Theatre.

To those for whom there would be room special rain tickets will be distributed with the regular "Quadrangle" billets.

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