Attention is called to the order of the chief marshal, Mr. Storrow, that men who are to march in the procession this evening be in Harvard square at 6 P. M., or as soon after as possible, to take the horse cars for Boston. One of the worst features of large processions is the delay in forming caused by delinquents. That Harvard shall be on time at the start is the desire of the chief marshal, and the extra cars have been ordered to start beginning at 6. The dinner hour at Memorial is now 5.30, so that men can finish their dinners early and go directly to the cars.
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