D. A. SARGENT and H. H. WHITE.SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHS.- Appointments have been made this week for all men from T-Y inclusive. If there is any one who cannot sit he must see one of the committee personally, or send word to 17 Holworthy before Friday.
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CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.- Regular meeting led by Mr. Raymond Calkins at Holden Chapel, 6.45, tonight. All members of the University invited.
FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal today at 5.30.
H. W. HOWE, Sec.PIERIAN.- Rehearsals Thursday and Monday, March 1 and 5, at 7, in Roberts Hall. Full attendance to rehearse new music for coming concerts.
H. L. PRESCOTT, Sec.HARVARD NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY.-There will be a meeting of the society this evening, March 1, at 7.45. The program will be: Mr. W. H. Phelps, Alligators; Mr. T. W. Vaughan, Fresh Water Mussels; Mr. W. S. Nickerson, Development of Teeth; Mr. M. Chamberlain, The Deer of North America.
I. N. TILDEN, Sec.HARVARD BANJO CLUB.- There will be a trial of candidates for the Harvard Banjo Club on Friday, March 2, at 7 o'clock in 54 Matthews. Every member of the University who plays the banjo, banjorine, or guitar, should be present at the trial.
W. D. BROOKINGS, Leader.