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NINETY CREW.- Every man must be at the gymnasium ready to row at 4.30 sharp.

W. WELLS.HARV. BICYCLE CLUB.- Important business meeting and smoker at D. U. rooms, 9 Brattle street, Thursday evening, February 6, at 8. Initiation fees and assessments may be paid at that time, or sent to the secretary 19 Garfield street.

C. W. SPENCER, Secretary.FRESHMAN CREW.- The following men will be at the gymnasium ready to row at 3.45: Burgess, Parker, Holland, Clarke, Broughton, Howard, Wilder, Fairchild, Mullins, Peirce. Simpson, Miller, Kenney, Reid, Dunn. The following at 4: Keyes, Wood, Vail, Hathaway, Ellsworth, Post, Davis, Baldwin, Slade, Doe, Winslow Jaggar Tripp, Batchelder.

D. O. EARLE.B. A. A.- Owing to the kindness of the Boston Athletic Association a number of seats for the exhibition meeting to be held on February 15 will be reserved for Harvard students. Men wishing seats must present their H. A. A. membership tickets to Mr. Thayer of the Parker House before Wednesday, as after Tuesday night the tickets will be sold to the public.

The number of seats is quite limited and we would advise men to procure them at once as they are in great demand.

J. H. HUNT, Sec. H. A. A.

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