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About seven hundred and fifty signatures have already been entered in the "University Club" blue-books, though the books have hardly been up two days. As more than half of this number were entered yesterday, it is probable that many names will still be added before the end of the week.
Every man who thinks he would probably be a member of the club if it were in existence, is requested to sign one of the blue-books, in order to give the graduate committee an idea of the demand for such a club.
Blue-books may be found at Leavitt and Peirce's and the CRIMSON office and on the bulletin boards at the Law School, the Scientific School, the Foxcroft Club, Memorial Hall and the south entry of University Hall.
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