HARVARD-YALE TICKETS - All tickets will be removed from Leavitt & Peirce's at 3.00 today. There are a number of fair seats in Sections A and J not yet sold.

F. W. MOORE, Pres. & Mgr.MANDOLIN CLUB - Rehearsal tonight as usual. Parts must have been memorized. Everyone will please attend.

C. R. STETSON, Sec.THE GRADUATE CLUB - The regular monthly meeting will be held tonight at the Union Club Rooms. Mr. John Fiske will address the Club. Subject: The Discovery of America.

HARVARD UNION - Meeting this evening at 7.30. Sev. 11. Subject for debate will be announced by the President at the meeting. A special business meeting will be held to choose the side Harvard will take in the debate with Yale. All members of the University are invited to be present and take part in the debate.

A. B. KEELER, Vice Pres.VARSITY FOOT BALL. - Practice will begin at 2.45 sharp. Every man must be prompt. 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.CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. - During the week of prayer for colleges, a fifteen minute prayer service will be held every day at 1.05 p.m. Holden Chapel. All members of the University are urged to attend.

39t6ALL new clubs formed during the past year and not represented in last year's Index must send list of officers and members to Wm. H. Wiggin Jr., 6 Beacon St. Boston before Nov. 12 if they are to be represented in the Index this year.

tf'96 ELEVEN. - All candidates for the freshman eleven be on Jarvis at 3.00 sharp. Great need of more men.

A. BORDEN,Temp. Capt.ALL members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity at Harvard, who joined at other colleges are requested to meet Tuesday evening Nov. 22nd at No. 1 Shepherds Block, Holyoke St.

42t4ANY club to be represented in this year's Harvard Index must have its list of officers and members in the hands of W. H. Wiggin, Jr., 6 Beacon street, Boston, within three days.

42t2BISHOP J. H. Vincent will deliver a short address before the Oxford Club of the university at 4 o'clock, Sunday afternoon in the Epworth M. E. Church. All members of the university are cordially invited.