F. C. DESUMICHRAST.ENGLISH A.- Lists of the assignment of seats for the lectures in English A are posted in University and on the door of the lecture room in Boylston.
B. S. HURLBUT.HARVARD ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.- The annual meeting for the election of officers, etc., will take place October 5th, at 8 p. m. in Lower Mass.
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There will be an important meeting of the Gun Club this evening at 8 o'clock 18 Holworthy for the election of officers for the current year. All members of the University desiring to join the club will save much trouble by joining and obtaining their shingles at the meeting.
'95 FOOTBALL NOTICE.- All candidates for the '95 eleven be on Norton's field at 3.45 sharp. It is hoped that every man who can possibly play will come out, as there is great need of new players.
G. G. MURCHIE.'96 ELEVEN-All candidates be on Norton's at 4 p. m. sharp.
A. BORDEN.CYCLING ASSOCIATION.- Meeting for the election of officers Tuesday, October 3, in 13 Wadsworth House, at 7.30 p. m.
P. W. DAVIS, Pres.ALL candidates for '97 eleven please be on Norton's at 3.30 sharp.
B. G. WATERS.'94 ELEVEN.- Candidates for positions behind the line please be on Norton's at 3.30. All other candidates at 4.00.
HUGH CABOT, Tem. Capt.VOLUNTEER, Courses in Vocal Training, Vocal Expression and Speaking will be given on Tuesdays and Thursdays, open to students of the College, the Law School or other departments of the University. Courses may be arranged for one, two or three hours a week, for the fall term or the entire year. Assistance will be given to individuals as in former years. Those desiring appointments for class or individual instruction are requested to call at Holden Chapel, as early as possible Tuesdays, 9 to 5, or Thursdays, 2.30 to 5.
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