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FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB-Rehearsal Wednesday night at 6.45. All men who are absent will be fined.

ENGLISH CLUB.- Meeting in 5 Holworthy tonight at eight o'clock. Mr. T. Russell Sullivan of Boston will read to the club an unpublished story from his new book that is shortly to appear.

ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.- Important business meeting Wednesday, March 2, at 7 o'clock in 17 Grays.

WELD FRESHMAN CREW.- All men be dressed to row at Gym. at 5.15 p. m.

DOUMIC LECTURES.- Ushers for the Cercle Francais lectures must be present at Sanders Theatre this afternoon at 3.30 sharp, to receive instructions. Dates of lectures are as follows: March 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 16.

REV. William S. Rainsford, D. D., Rector of Saint George's Church, in New York city, will speak in Saint John's Chapel, Brattle street, at the evening service at half-past five today. Members of the University are invited.

CRICKET.- No morning practice. Ward, Hastings, Morgan, Drinkwater, Haughton, King, Wilder, Lansdale, Edwards, be out at 1.30 p. m.

'VARSITY GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal in Lower Dane tonight at 6.45 promtly. New men bring Harvard song book. A full attendance is required.

WHIST CLUB NOTICE.- The scores of all matches in the second round of the University whist tournament must be left at 10 Hollis by March 12.

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