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EVERETT ATHENAEUM. Rehearsal with the orchestra this afternoon at 4 o'clock. It is extremely important that all should attend.
F. H. WHIPPLE.CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY BULLETIN: The line of new tennis rackets for this season will arrive today. Members will find the line a complete one. Every racket is warranted. The Society will soon offer a stock of all other tennis goods, base ball goods, (including all of Spalding's specialties) lacrosse sticks, hammocks, foot-balls and cricket goods.
Members are requested to leave orders for anything in the line of sporting goods, as it is intended to increase at once the business in this department.
TENNIS ASSOCIATION. The tennis courts on Holmes and Jarvis fields are now ready for use. These courts are open to all members of the university, under the same condition as last year. There is no membership fee to join the association, but each player pays the man who collects on the field for the use of a court. The charge on the clay courts is 10 cents for each man, and on the turf courts 20 cents, except when four play, when it is 15 cents apiece. Nets can be had without extra charge by applying to the men who take care of the grounds.
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