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GLEE CLUB. The club will meet at Bartlett's at 6.30.

DELTA UPSILON-Group at 1.30 P.M. Friday, at Pach's.

H. P. C. There will be a meeting of the club this evening at 8 P.M. in the old rooms.

A. H. VOGEL, Sec'y.PIERIAN. Rehearsal Friday, 2nd violins 7 P.M; first violins 7.15; full orchestra 7.30.

PIERIAN-GLEE CLUB. Members of Pierian Sodality, and Glee Club must account for all tickets charged to their names by Monday, May 11.

SHAKSPERE CLUB. Tickets for the performance of Julius Ceasar will be on sale at Sever's, and at Crupples, Upham and Co., Boston, on Saturday at 9 A.M. Price, floor and first balcony, $1.50; 2nd balcony, $1.00

NOTICE TO ADVOCATE SUBSCEIBERS. Mr. Sever is authorized to receive subscriptions and to give receipts for the payment of same. Advocate bills may be paid either at the store, or to the business editor, No. 44 Weld.

GEO. S. BRADFORD, Business Editor, Harvard Advocate.CRICKET CLUB. The Harvard Cricket eleven for the game at Longwood on Saturday, May 9th, will consist of the following players: Chase, Clark, Clyde, Evans, Hammond, McKean, Parker, Quimby, Smith, Taylor, and Zerega. The men must leave on the Watertown car that leaves Harvard Square at 10 o'clock. This car connects with the Cottage Farm car, bringing the eleven to Longwood in good season for the match which begins at 11 o'clock.

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