About seven hundred men were present at the Union last night. President Eliot described the Harvard of thirty years ago; and W. T. Reid '01 and D. C. Campbell '02 spoke on the football situation, and emphasized the need of enthusiastic support of the eleven. After the speeches the songs for the Yale game were rehearsed under the leadership of O. G. Frantz '02. These songs will be sung at the open practice at the end of the week and at the Dartmouth game on Saturday.
At the Union.
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