The first football mass meeting of the year will be held in the Union this evening at 8 o'clock. Old songs and cheers will be practiced for the Princeton game, and Captain Fisher will speak. Although no new songs will be tried, the University Glee Club, led by F. R. Hancock '12, will be present to aid in the rehearsals of old songs. Tomorrow the University football squad will leave for Princeton; and inasmuch as this game is the only one away from Cambridge this year, as well as one of the most important and hardest games on the schedule, every member of the University should feel it his duty to be present tonight.
FOOTBALL MEETING IN UNION TONIGHT
SONGS AND CHEERS TO BE PRACTICED FOR PRINCETON GAME.
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