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PARADE TO FIELD STARTS IN FRONT OF UNIVERSITY HALL AT 3.45 BAND TO LEAD

O'Connell Will Conduct Rehearsals of Harvard Football Songs

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This afternoon at 3.45 sharp the parade to the field will start in front of University Hall and go down Boylston street to the Stadium to cheer the University eleven as it goes through a 20-minute signal practice. Two thousand men are expected to be present as this will be the last opportunity to show the team that the whole University is back of it in the great clash with the Tigers tomorrow.

Cheering for individuals, coaches and the team will be led by R. W. Emmons 3d ocC. While the University Band plays, D. F. O'Connell '21 will conduct the singing of all the Crimson football songs.

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