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Y. M. C. A.- Regular meeting this evening at 6.45.

CANDIDATES for CRIMSON nine meet on Jarvis at 9 o'clock.

PIERIAN SODALITY.- Brass and wood wind will rehearse as per circular at 7.30.

HARVARD GLEE CLUB.- The train for Lowell leaves the Boston and Lowell station at 5 o'clock this afternoon.

GLEE AND BANJO CLUBS AND PIERIAN SODALITY.- Members may obtain tickets at Sever's for the Sanders' Theatre concert between 9 and 12 this morning. After 12 o'clock the sale of tickets will be thrown open to the public.

HARVARD CRICKET CLUB.- There will be an important meeting of all members of last year's team and all candidates, at 37 Brattle street at 8 o'clock this evening.

W. S. ELLIS.SHOOTING CLUB DINNER.- Parker House, 7 p. m., on Thursday, May 10. Book at Bartlett's. The dinner is given for the Pennsylvania team. All members of the club are requested to sign at once.

HARVARD-PENNSYLVANIA SHOOTING MATCH, at the Harvard Range near Watertwon, 2.30 p. m., Thursday, May 10. Two special cars will leave the square at 1.55 p. m. for the match.

H. B. C.- The postponed run of yesterday afternoon over the road course will take place this afternoon at the same time-3.30 p. m.- from University, if the roads are not too muddy.

R. S. BALDWIN.

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