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The Advocate dinner will be given Tuesday, February 25, in the roundtable room of the Victoria.
J. CORBIN, Secretary.The Senior class dinner will be held at the Parker House on Monday, February 24 at 7.30 p. m. Price $2.00. Sign the blue book at Leavitt and Peirce's.
SAMUEL DEXTER 1st.T. S. WOODS, J. W. LUND.The following men will please be at the gymnasium at 4 p. m. to try for the '90 tug-of-war team: Emmons, J. Crane, Gorham, George, Darling, Buttimore, Henshaw, and any others who care to try, whether they have pulled before or not.
Seniors are urged to make appointments immediately, for this work is getting behindhand. As soon as the order list is ready the committee will make appointments for those who have not had their pictures taken and lists will be published in the CRIMSON. It is especially desirable that the inside groups be taken now. Pach's room photographer will be in Cambridge for the next three weeks and is ready to receive appointments.
PHOTO COMMITTEE.ENGLISH C AND D.- The brief for the third forensic will be due at 24 Grays Hall, Wednesday, March 5; the third forensic, Monday, March 17. Topic 6 under Modern Literature and Fine Arts has been added to the subjects excluded from the Pamphlet. After March 17 Mr. Thompson will be in the closed alcove of the library on Mondays and Fridays from 3 to 4.30 p. m. Mr. Baker will meet seniors at 24 Grays Hall daily from 1.30 to 2.30 p. m. Seniors who intend to substitute commencement parts for the last two forensics must notify Mr. Baker before March 5.
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