ALL members of the University who wish to join the H. A. A. may do so by applying to P. S. Dalton, 7 Wadsworth House between 1.30 and 2.30 Friday, Oct. 11, or at Thurstons. Subscription $3.00.
THERE will be a business meeting of the Harvard Union Friday evening, Oct. 11, at 7 o'clock, in 3 Thayer. This is an important meeting and the attendance of every Union man is desired.
A. C. TRAIN, Sec.PUSH BALL.- All candidates for playing this novel and interesting game report on Soldiers Field to E. R. Crane at 3.30 p. m. today. Football men preferred. Wear sweaters and football pants.
Those interested in the game that is played with the big six-foot push ball on exhibition at Soldiers Field last Wednesday, will find a descriptive circular at Leavitt's at ten o'clock today.
HARVARD SHOOTING CLUB.- Shoot this afternoon at 2.45 sharp. Match A will be continued and a new match started.
CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.- Chinese Sunday School. A letter has been received by the Committee on City Missions from the management of the Chinese Sunday School, asking for twenty Harvard men to act as teachers, Last year about twenty men went in regularly every Sunday and their services were greatly appreciated. The school is held very conceniently in Congregational House, Beacon and Somerset streets, and lasts from two to four p. m. Names and addresses of those willing to teach should be sent immediately to William W. Comfort, 42 Hastings.
ACTIVE members of the Graduate Club upon severing their connection with the Graduate School become honorary members. Honorary members of the club in Cambridge and vicinity are requested to send their addresses to
F. P. GULLIVER, Secretary.1686 Cambridge street.
O. K.- There will be a meeting for the initiation of new members on Friday at 8.30 p. m., in Hilton A. All graduate's and present members are invited.