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HARE AND HOUNDS.- The second run will be held this afternoon. The hares will start from the Gymnasium steps at 4 o'clock sharp. The run will be in charge of A. N. Rice 1900 and A. W. Robinson 1901. H. B. Clark 1901 and O. W. Richardson '99 will be the hares, and D. Grant M. S. will be master of hounds.

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL.- All men must be dressed at 3.00 o'clock sharp.

CREW NOTICE.- These men be at the boat house dressed to row as follows: Thomson, Biddle, Coleman and Higginson at 10.10; Byrd, Brown, Wood, Du Bois and Dobyns at 12.10.

'VARSITY MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal today in L. S. S. 1 at 4.45. mwf

'VARSITY GLEE CLUB.- Full rehearsal tonight at 6.45. All men must attend and bring music.

ALL Mss. for the December Monthly must be sent to the editors, 53 Ware Hall, by November 20.

ALL members of the University wishing to join the Harvard Athletic Association can do so at Thurston's or at 205 Craigie Hall, Mondays, 1.30-2.30. The fee is $5 for the whole college course. Freshmen are urged to join at once.

GOLF CLUB.- Members who have not received their shingles are requested to call at once at the CRIMSON office for them.

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