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FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- No rehearsal this afternoon.

S. E. FARWELL.LOST-Between Sever and Thayer, a pair of eye: glasses. Finder will please leave at Leavitt and Peirce's.

HARVARD FREE WOOL CLUB.- Annual meeting this evening March 21 in Sever 6 at 7.30.

H. DEY. LENTZ, Secretary.HARVARD GLEE CLUB.- A trial for 1st tenor, Saturday, the 22d, at 1.30 in Mr. Williams' room, 104 Mt. Auburn Street.

C. J. F. BRUEGGER, Sec.Gentlemen who have been soliciting subscriptions to the Delphi Fund are requested to send their first report to the Chairman on or before March 24.

M. H. MORGAN.If those who have reading matter for the hospitals-magazines, illustrated papers, novels, etc., will send word to R. L. Weeks, 74 Sacramento street, it will be called for.

PIERIAN SODALITY.- Rehearsal tonight at 7 sharp. Every member must attend as new music has to be learned before concert on March 27, and there are only two more rehearsals.

C. K. BENNETT.The following men are requested to meet at the gymnasium at 11 a. m. Saturday, March 22, to have places as ushers for the Athletic Meeting assigned to them. A. Amory, Jr., J. C. Barr, T. S. Bradlee, W. C. Downs, C. C. A. Dayenport, H. G. Vanghan, K. Taylor, R. R. Endicott, J. C. McCoy, T. W. Slocum, If anyone cannot serve he will please notify me immediately.

GEORGE BLAGDEN, Jr.Engagements have been made for the following men, who must positively sit during this week: Andrews, Adler, Chard, Aldrich, Clark, E. L. Atkinson, Bacon, Baldwin, Bean, Blagden, Blaney, Coatsworth, Brandestein, Burnham, Butler, Cabot, L. Calkins and Carpenter, Clifford.


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