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'91 NINE.- Men will be on Jarvis at 2.15 sharp.
All candidates for the freshman nine will be on Jaryis at 3 o'clock.
Worcester men photographed at Pach's at 1.45 sharp Friday.
LOST.- A gold scarf-pin with moonstone centre. Please return to Leavitt and Peirce.
UNIVERSITY GLEE CLUB-Rehearsal at 1.30 today. Every man must be present as this is the last rehearsal before the concert.
C. J. F. BRUEGGER, Sec'y.Y. M. C. A.- Regular meeting of the Y. M. C. A. this evening at 6.45 in Lawrence Hall. All students cordially invited.
SPARRING ASSOCIATION.- There will be a meeting in Mr. Bang's room, 24 Holyoke Street, Friday, May 9th, at 2 p. m.
C. R. L. PUTNAM, Sec'y.The referee's tug, Wm. Sprague, will be at the West Boston bridge at 3.30 p. m. on Thursday, when those having tickets can get aboard.
CRICKET ELEVEN.- No practice today. Every man must be on Jarvis on Friday at 4 o'clock sharp, for a practice game.
R. D. BROWN.
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