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SUBSCRIPTIONS to the CRIMSON will be received at Leavitt and Peirce's and at Amee's. The price is $3.50, payable strictly in advance.
HASTY PUDDING CLUB.-There will be a meeting of the club this evening at 7.30 in the new building.
G. T. KEYES, Secretary.ALL men who wish to try for the football eleven, and all those who have played foot-ball before, are asked to be on the field at 4 o'clock sharp today.
J. H. SEARS.CANDIDATES for the freshmen eleven will please meet on Jarvis Field at 3 o'clock today, promptly.
J. H. SEARS.HARVARD CRICKET CLUB.- I shall be in my room, 30 Thayer, this evening at 7.30 to receive the names of new members.
T. W. BALCH, Secretary.TENNIS SEASON TICKETS may be obtained at 47 Matthews between 8 and 10 p. m. any evening till Friday. Ordinary coupon tickets are on sale at the Co-operative Society store.
HARVARD BANJO CLUB.- There will be a trial of candidates for the club today at 4 p. m. at 16 Holyoke street. Guitars and mandolins included.
G. L. OSGOOD, JR.
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