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A meeting of delegates for the scientiflc, language, school, state, and some of the athletic clubs, met last evening to talk over plans for securing rooms to be uee by the different clubs. The aim is to secure, as cheaply as possible, rooms for clubs which meet but seldom, and for this purpose it is intended to lease four or five rooms, which will be divided into a reading room and meeting rooms. A committee was appointed to ascertain the cost of such rooms, and what division of them could be made to accommodate the needs of the different societies. After this committee has reported, a detailed report of the plan will be sent to all the clubs, asking them whether or not they are willing to join.

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