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FOUND.-A copy of Grimm's "Kinder und Hausmarchen." 8 Hollis.
FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal to day at 12 m.
J. M. HOWELLS, Sec.HARVARD ASSEMBLIES.- All are urged to call at 28 Little's Block to day, between 1.30 and 2 o'clock and get their tickets as stated on the invitations.
THOSE who are to act as ushers in the student meetings at the Globe Theatre, will please be at the main entrance at 6.45 sharp Sunday evening.
COMMITTEE.ALL those going to Chicago Wednesday, the 21st, please send their names to E. L. Hambleton, 78 Mt. Auburn street. If enough go, reduced sleeping car rates can be obtained.
E. L. HAMBLETON.CHESS TOURNAMENT.- Contestants are reminded that all games are to be played off and reports handed in by this evening at 32 Weld, as the final rounds will have to be begun without fail on Monday.
TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE.LOST.-Taken by mistake from dressing room-dance at Longwood-Thursday evening, Dec. 8, hat marked Cooksey and Co., London; size 7 3-8. Finder can have his own hat, same mark, size 7 (bought in Montreal) by applying at 1 Beck Hall.
GLOBE THEATRE SERVICE.-Members of the chorus are requested to be in their seats on the stage by 6.55. Service begins at 7 o'clock sharp. Stage entrance on Essex Street. It is hoped that all the singing men in college will give their assistance.
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