Hon. Edward Blake, M. P. from South Longford, Ireland, formerly leader of the Liberal Party of Canada, and Vice-Chancellor of Toronto University, will deliver an address, on the Home Rule Question in Ireland, under the auspices of the Harvard Canadian Club, at Sever 11, Thursday, Oct. 27. at 8.30 p. m. The public is cordially invited.
Students in the Graduate School who wish to be considered a applicants for any of the scholarships now vacant, but who have not yet sent in their application, are requested to do so on or before Thursday, October 27th.
CHARLES F. DUNBAR, Chairman.
Pierian Sodality. - Full rehearsal of new music Thursday at 4.30.
'94 Eleven. - All men who have been trying for the junior eleven must be on Nortons this afternoon at 3.45.
R. B. BEALS, Captain.Harvard Fencing Club. There will be an important business meeting and smoker of the Harvard Fencing Club on Friday at 7.15 p. m at the new rooms corner of Harvard Square, over Claflin's Drug Store.
R. STONE, Pres.All wishing to enter the freshmen games must join the H. A. A.
GEORGE CROMPTON, Sec.If there are any members of the St. Andrew's Brotherhood in the university they are earnestly requested to send their names and addresses to me.
FRED. W. DALLINGER,
384 Broadway.Harvard Republican Club, - All members of the University will have the measurements for their uniforms for the torch-light procession of Nov. 3rd. taken by Brine as soon as possible - '96 and '94 at 10-11 Harvard Row, '95 and '93 at 436 Harvard street. The price of the crimson gowns, white-mortar boards with crimson tassels, will be $2.00. Shingles may be had at 23 Holworthy any day at 2 p. m.
R. GILLESPIE, Sec.'Varsity notice. - The following men will be dressed in the Carey building at 3.00 sharp: Emmons, Mason, Lewis, Upton, Waters, Mackie, Acton. Newell, Hallowell, Trafford, Lee, Corbett, Gray, Brewer, Fennessy, Gage, Fairchild, Blake, Collamore, Foster, Brice.
B. W. TRAFFORD,Capt.Republican Club Drum Corps. - All men intending to march with the Drum Corps, in the big procession in Boston, Nov. 3, must order their uniforms at Brine's on Harvard St., before 2 o'clock, Thursday.
'95 Eleven. - All candidates be on Nortons at 3.45 sharp.
R. D. Wrenn.All students desiring to take the courses on methods of teaching Latin, Greek, Mathematics, English, History, French, German, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Geography, and Geology, will please meet me in Sever 8, Wednesday from 3 to 4.20, or send me their names with courses desired, at once.
PAUL H. HANUS.