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9.15 a.m., University Symposia: Politics 1968, and 10.45 a.m., Turning On: Problems in the Use and Abuse of Drugs, Lowell Lecture Hall.
11 a.m., Radcliffe 86th Commencement Exercises, in the Academic Yard, in case of rain in Sanders Theatre. Speaker will be Walter E.Washington, Mayor-Commissioner of the District of Columbia.
11.30 a.m., Joint commissioning of ROTC graduates, followed by reception, Loeb Drama Center.
Noon, Harvard Graduate Society and Law School Alumni Luncheon, Harkness Quadrangle. Speakers will be William J. Brennan Jr., Associate Justice of the Supreme Court; and David McCord, poet.
3 p.m., Class Day Exercises, Tercentenary Theatre, in case of rain at Sanders Theatre. The main speaker will be Mrs. Martin Luther King Jr., the only guest speaker ever invited by a graduating class. Class Orator is Henry P. Norr '68. Class Odist is Arthur Lipkin '68. A "We Won't Go" signing will also take place.
H.Stuart Hughes, chairman of the History Department, will also speak.
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