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'95 NINE. - All candidates must be out at 3 o'clock sharp today.
J. S. WADSWROTH.HARVARD ROWING CLUB. - Entries for the four oared race may be made till Wednesday evening May 3 at 25 Holyoke House. Entrance fee two dollars for each crew. Race will be Saturday May 6.
W. R. PEABODY.
H. A. A. - The following men will find cups at Leavitt & Peirce's: Hare and Hounds - J. Coolidge, F. S. Hinckley, J. P. Fox. Winter Meetings - W. E. Putnam, Jr. (2), R. Macallister, F. W. Moore (2). J. A. Gade, E. E. Clark, G. E. Townshend, C.N. Holmes.
THE Zoological Club will meet Tuesday, May 2nd, at 7.45 in room 3, fourth floor of the Museum. Mr. Alexander Agassiz will address the club upon the subject "A Sketch of the Bahamas."
SIGNET. - The '94 Signet picture will be taken at Pach's at 1.15 sharp, Thursday May 4.
'93 NINE - The following men will be on Jarvis field at 3.15 to play '94 Hickey, Collamore, Dinsmore, Winsor, Conro, Manley, Stubbs, Parrington, Farquhar, Ingalls and Sanborn.
C. MERRIAM.HARVARD REPUBLICAN CLUB. - Important meeting of the Executive Committee this afternoon at 4 o'clock in 23 Holworthy.
R. M. GILLESPIE, Sec.HARVARD MANDOLIN CLUB. - Regular rehearsal to-night at 6.30 p. m. Concert to-morrow night. Important that every one attend.
C. R. STETSON.THE University Games have been changed from Thursday to Saturday, May 6th at 3 p. m. Tickets on sale at Leavitt & Peirce's.
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