Tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock the black gowns and red mortar-board caps to be worn by Harvard men in the inaugural parade will be given out at Butler's. All who go to Washington under the special arrangements of the club are expected to enter the parade, and must wear uniforms. The caps and gowns will be loaned by the club, and may be kept only on payment of $1. On the morning of the parade a picture of the Harvard delegation in uniform will be taken.
The headquarters of the delegation in Washington will be at 1133 14th street, N. W. (14th street and Thomas circle). Meals will be furnished for $1.50 a day on application at this address. The officer in charge in Washington will be W. B. Flint 1L., at "The Cecil," 15th and L streets, N. W.
Tickets for the trip must be purchased today at Leavitt & Peirce's. In Washington, all tickets must be presented for official countersigning at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 11th street, N. W. (opposite the Post-office). The trip will be under the direction of G. E. Marsters.
Further information may be obtained from H. M. Wheeler '06, Thayer 36; S. N. Hinckley '05, Apthorp 2; W. B. Flint 1L., 55 Trowbridge street; W. Tyng '05, Thayer 25; R. S. Wallace 1G., Thayer 7; R. H. Oveson '05, Dunster 42.