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THE following men will please be in the gymnasium to practice for tug-of-war team at 3 p. m. sharp: F. S. Eddy '94, H. H. Henry '94, J. W. Ganson '93, H. L. Flint '93, S. M. Friedenberg '94, R. W. Wood '91, N. T. Robb '93, F. Winsor '93.

E. C. MOEN.'93 CREW.- Be at the boat house dressed to row at 3.15 sharp.

'92 CREW.- The following men will be at the gymnasium at 4.15 sharp today: Hubbard, Lake, Heard, Newell, Weed, Stearns, Steedman, Chase, Draper, Young.

J. O. PORTER, Capt.H. A. A.- Owing to some misunderstanding as to the time for the closing of entries for the first winter meeting, the entries will be left open till 10 p. m. Wednesday.

C. R. BARDEEN.ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.- Rev. W. G. Thayer, of Groton School, will address the society on Wednesday evening, March 18, at seven o'clock. Mr. Greenought White's Bible Class will meet at eight. All members of the University are cordially invited.

T. A. JAGGAR, Sec.

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