REPUBLICAN CUTB DRUM CORPS. - Last rehearsal tonight. Every man must be present in front of Mass, at 7.30 to get instructions for parade.
O. K. SOCIETY. - Very important meeting Tuesday evening at 7.30 in 4 Hasting.
J. H. PARKER.The Republican Drum Corps are to wear at the large parade in Boston, red mortar-board caps, with black tassels, white frock coats, red trousers with white stripes, and white gaiters.
MANDOLIN CLUB - Rehearsal tonight at 7 p. m. in 1 Weld Only the men who received postals and old members need attend.
C. ROCHFORD STETSON. Sec.'96 ELEVEN. - All candidates for the freshman eleven be on Jarvis at 3.30 sharp.
A. BORDEN,Temp. Capt.ENGLISH C. - The Marshall briefs will be returned today. Those who wrote Hume or Archer briefs need not be present.
H. A. A. - Those who have entered the freshman games but have not joined the H. A. A., must do so at once None but members can compete.
HARVARD DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN CLUB. - All those men who signed the book at Leavitt's, but have not yet paid their initiation fees, are earnestly requested to do so on or before Nov. 2d.
MURRAY BARTLETT, Treas.HARVARD ROWING CLUB. - Scratch Races four oars will be held Nov. 3d at Weld Boat House. Open to all members of the university. Blue book left at Thurston's and Leavitt's and entries close Tuesday at 8 p. m. Boats reserved for practice on Wednesday. Entrance fee 25 cents. Single wherry race Saturday, Nov. 5. Entries close Friday.
W. R. PEABODY, Sec.H. A. A. - Those who have entered the freshman games, but have not been examined, must do so at once.
W. L. THOMPSON.VARSITY FOOT BALL. - Practice will begin at 3.15 sharp. If any man cannot be dressed ready for play at that time he must see me before 1 p. m. today,
All those who do not tackle before playing must tackle immediately after practice.
B. W. TRAFFORD. Capt.CHESS CLUB - Regular meeting tonight.