A mass meeting for all students in the University will be held in the Union at 7.30 o'clock Thursday evening, at which Harvard songs and cheers will be practiced. This meeting is the first of three mass meetings, the second to take place the night before the team leaves for Princeton, and the last before the Yale game.

The cheer leaders are anxious that everyone attend this meeting in order to learn the songs and to get more spirit in the cheering. Since the Class of 1920 is the only class in College which has witnessed a regular game with Yale, it is all the more important to perfect the organized singing and cheering.

At this meeting F. K. Bullard '20 will lead the singing, aided by the University Band. Bullard has been appointed Song Leader by the official cheer leaders, according to a ruling by the Executive Committee of the Student Council, which provides that every year the Song Leader shall be chosen by the cheer leaders. Several speakers will address the meeting, whose names will be published later.

Thursday morning the CRIMSON will issue with every copy a printed sheet of all the Harvard songs. Those men who do not receive the CRIMSON may obtain a sheet at the CRIMSON Building.