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Candidates for the "Crimson" nine will please meet on Jarvis this morning at 11 o'clock.

FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal Saturday at 12 o'clock.

J. C. HUBBARD, Sec.There will be a meeting of last year's freshman nine at No. 9 Holyoke house today at 1.30 to elect a captain.

H. P. C. THEATREICALS.- Full rehearsal this afternoon at 4 sharp. Everyone must be present.

COM.There will be a meeting of the Ninety-two Dramatic Club at 47 Brattle street this afternoon at 2 o'clock.

LOST.- Friday the 14th, a history note book, and a Cicero between Memorial and Roberts Hall. Finder kindly leave at Leavitt and Pierce's.

R. SALTONSTALL.HARVARD TECH. ROAD RACE.- Cantestants must obtain their certificates from Dr. Sargent, today, and send them to Kenneth Brown, 96 Brattle St.

BICYCLE CLUB.- Members wishing the club medal may order it from the secretary by mail or in person before May 1. Price $2.25 cash.

E. A. DARLING, Secretary.HISTORICAL SOCIETY.- There will be a meeting Tuesday evening in Weld 41. Subject, "Bismarck and the Pope," to be discussed by Mr. Winkler and Mr Baldwin.

H. H. Darling, Secretary.FOR SALE.- Four-oared cedar shell with oars and rigging complete. Built by Ruddock and fitted with Davis appliances throughout. Hardly used at all. A bargain. Address,

"SCULLER" Boston Globe.

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