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CHESS CLUB.- Meeting at 7.30 in 25 Grays Hall. Election of officers.

PHI DELTA THETA.- The Boston Alumni chapter will observe the national alumni day by a dinner at the Parker House, Friday evening, March 12, at 6 p. m.

The guest of the evening will be the president of Alpha province. All Phi's in the University are invited.

DEUTSCHER VEREIN.- There will be a meeting this evening at eight o'clock in the old Pi Eta Rooms. W. F. Boos, Ph. D., will lecture on "Student Life in Heidelberg."

ARTHUR WASHBURN, Sec.HARVARD ENGINEERING SOCIETY.- Mr. R. S. Hale '91 will lecture on "European Boiler Practice," Friday evening, March 12, at 8 o'clock in the Geological Lecture Room. All members of the University are invited.

FRESHMAN MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal at 7 o'clock tonight in 3 Claverly.

G. MANIERE.FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal at 6 o'clock tonight.

R. G. PRATT.'VARSITY BANJO CLUB.- Concert tonight in Watertown. Special car leaves the square at 7.15.

R. B. FLERSHEM.FRENCH PLAY. Rehearsal of Acts II, III and IV of the "Bourgeois Getilhomme" at 7.30 in the gymnasium of Ware Hall. All men trying for parts in these acts must be present.

'98 CREW.- Second squad be at boat house at 3.15. First squad at 4.30.

HENRY ADAMS, 2D.BIBLE CLASS.- The class will study tonight "Paul the Pastor."

'97 CREW.- Rantoul and Sanders be at boat house at 12.05; Scattergood and Dexter at 2.35; Dunlop and Sullivan at 3.30.

M. S. DUFFIELD.

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