B. G. WATERS.NINETY-FIVE practice at 3.30. Every man be on time.
G. MURCHIE.'96 ELEVEN-All candidates for positions back of the line be on Norton's at 3.30 sharp. All others at 4 sharp.
A. BORDEN.'94 ELEVEN.- Backs be out at 3.30. Linemen at 4 o'clock. We must have more big men.
HUGH CABOT, Tem. Capt.The following men must be examined between 2 and 4 today: Fox, Steadman, Paine, Roman, Kane, Diblee, Duff, Thomas, Mann, Ingalls, Hamlen, Scott, Harrison.
HARVRD GUN CLUB.- The first shoot will be held at the club grounds on the Soldiers Field, Monday, Oct. 9, at 2.30. Matches will be started. Any one may join the club at the grounds then, or at 18 Holworthy. 8 3t
'VARSITY MANDOLIN CLUB TRIAL at seven o'clock in No. 1 Weld, Friday, Oct. 6th. Candidates will come prepared to play. Everyone who can play either the guitar or mandolin is urged to come.
There will be a trial of candidates for the Harvard Banjo Club Monday, Oct. 9, at 7.30 in 18 Holworthy. Every member of the University who plays the banjo or guitar is urged to try. 6 5t
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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