HARVARD REPUBLICAN CLUB.- All men who intend to march in the intercollegiate Republican parade must sign blue books at Leavitt and Peirce's, Memorial Hall, the CRIMSON office, the Law School, or the Medical School, as it is necessary to determine how many uniforms will be required. No man will be allowed in this parade without a cap and gown and torch. Every one intending to enter the parade must sign the blue books before Saturday, October 24, in order to secure a cap and gown and torch. Price of cap, gown and torch will be 85 cents.
PARADE COMMITTEE.CHESS CLUB.- Tournament committee meets at 7.30 p. m., at 13 Weld, to arrange for new round. E. P. Fay, H. C. Ffoulke, J. Hewins, Jr., A. W. Ryder and F. E. Thayer compose the committee, in which resignations have occasioned some changes.
CHESS TOURNAMENT.- Results should be handed to any member of the tournament committee, or deposited at 25 Grays, before 7 p. m. today. All games not reported will be considered lost to both players. Extensions of time must be arranged for with committee before 7 p. m. today.
SOUTHERN CLUB.- Rally around the Southern Club transparency in the Democratic parade tonight.