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GLEE CLUB. - Rehearsal of college songs this afternoon from 5 to 6 o'clock.

HARVARD BANJO CLUB. - Important rehearsal to-day at 5 o'clock.

EVERETT ATHENAEUM. - Dinner will take place May 11, if twenty men sign before to morrow night. Every one intending to attend must sign at once. Book at Bartletts.

PIERIAN SODALITY. - Rehearsal to-night. Strings must be present at 7.30. Please be punctual.

B. CARPENTER, Sec.HARVARD BICYCLE CLUB. - If the roads are in good condition, and a sufficient number of men sign the book (at Bartlett's) the club will take a run to Auburndale, Friday afternoon; take supper and return by moonlight. A start will be made from University at 4.30.

S. F, MCCLEARY, JR., Capt.HARVARD SHOOTING CLUB. - Practice shoot at Watertown this afternoon. Candidates for the team must be present.

CARLETON GREENE.SOPHOMORE THEMES. - Theme X and the Double theme will be returned to the class on Thursday, May 5, not Tuesday) at the usual hour.

The twenty-first annual dinner of the "Harvard Advocate" will take place at the Parker House on Saturday, May 7, at 6.15 p.m. Price per plate, $2.50. All past editors and contributors are cordially invited to attend. All those intending to be present will confer a great favor by sending their names before May 5th, to S. W. White, 13 Matthews Hall, Cambridge.

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