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'90 Class Meeting in Upper Massachusetts, Monday evening, at 7.30.
Harvard Glee Club.- There will be a rehearsal this evening in Roberts Hall promptly at 7.30.
A. D. HODGES, Secretary.Pierian Sodality.- The first rehearsal of the season will take place to-morrow evening in Rocerts' Hall, at 7.30. A full attendance is requested.
T. T. SEELYE, Secretary.Students who can or will play any wood instrument (except fluie), or brass (except cornet) are requested to meet me, with instrument, if in possession of one, at 7.15 p. m. tomorrow (Tuesday) at Roberts' Hall, Brattle street.
F. H. WHIPPLE.Candidates for the freshman eleven meet to day in the gymnasium at 3 o'clock sharp, with gymnasium slippers.
R. J. CLARK, Captain.The Harvard Union debate has been postponed to Tuesday evening, Oct. 18.
H. PAGE, For Executive Committee.Freshman Banjo Club.- Business meeting to night at 7.30 at Holyoke 3, of all who were present last Friday.
G. L. OSGOOD, JR., Manager Pro. Tem.Boylston Chemical Club.- Meeting to night at 7.30 in Boylston Hall. Papers by H. B. Gioson and W. J. Forsyth. Chas. Kahnweiler, Secretary.
Harvard Cricket Association.- Practice will be begun this afternoon on the ground back of Divinity. Hall. 1t is absolutely necessary that all candidates for the eleven, including members of last year's eleven, who can possibly do so, should be present, as but little time for practice remains before the fall games.
R. D. BROWN, Secretary and Manager
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