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CAMBRIDGE PARADE. Unless more men sign today for the Cambridge parade, the formation of the batalion will be given up. The batalion if formed will wear the uniforms provided for the Boston parade and will be headed by the Harvard drum corps of 40 men.
REPUBLICAN MEETING. It is earnestly desired that every usher will be in his place in Tremont Temple this evening not later than 6.40 p. m.
H. H. DARLING.NOTICE TO REPUBLICANS. Let all who desire to march in the Cambridge Parade Saturday evening sign at Bartlett's without delay in order that a good position in line may be secured.
DRUM AND FIFE CORPS.- We need more picolos. Will all men who are willing to play the picolo please meet at No. 4 Holworthy today at half past four.
ROBERT F. HERRICK.CANDIDATES for the Freshman Banjo Club meet Friday Nov. 2 at 7 p. m. at 16 Holyoke St. Guitars included. Bring instruments.
HARVARD BANJO CLUB.DRUM Corps meets tonight at gymnasium at 7 o'clock sharp. We want a few more picolos
ROB'T F. HERRICK.HARVARD GLEE CLUB. Rehearsal today in Roberts Hall at 4.45 p. m. Every man must be present as a matter of importance is to be discussed.
W. F. GAY, Sec.THE race between the freshmen and sophomore If crew has been postponed.
LOST. A note-book containing notes in Eng. 13, Eng. 9, Gr. 2 and Fr. 2. Will finder please leave at Leavitt's.
W. B. COBIEN.MARSHALS FOR PARADE. All must meet in 8 Littles at 7 o'clock sharp this evening. Important business.
GEO. T. KEYES.THERE will be a one-hour examination in German 1a on Saturday Nov. 3, at 12 o'clock. A to P in Sever 37; R to W. Sever 6. Bring blue books.
E. H. BABBITT.
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