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Auden, Brice Designated Poet And Orator for Commencement

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With the announcement yesterday that W. H. Auden, the English bard, will be the Poet at the Phi Beta Kappa commencement exercises, while Byron Price, well-known journalist, will be the Orator, plans for the first post-war commencement began to take on the promised air of pre-war dignity.

The Phi Beta Kappa exercises will be held on the morning of June 3, and will open the four-day commencement program for the graduation of 263 students.

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