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STUDENT VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE.- The following men will please be at Fogg Art Museum this evening at 7.15 to usher at Mr. Gilder's address: W. W. Comfort, M. Donald, D. Fales, A. C. Garrett, G. Gleason, G. D. Marvin, E. E. Rice, J. H. Ropes, F. R. Stoddard, F. C. Sutro, G. C. Ward, W. H. Wheelock.

C. E. NOYES.WELD CREWS.- All candidates from 1900 be in rowing room dressed to row at 4.40; candidates from '99 at 4.50; from '98 at 5.00; and from '97, Law and Graduate Schools at 5.10. The candidates will be divided into permanent squads and temporary captains will be appointed. Every man must be on hand promptly at the time appointed for his class.

FENCING CLUB.- Any men, not members of the Fencing Club, wishing to try for the team, may upon payment of ten dollars, receive instruction three times a week from Professor Rondelle at the club rooms for the remainder of this year. For further information enquire of A. F. Riggs, 44 Ware Hall. 15 4t

HEREAFTER special coaching will be given pole vaulters on Saturdays from 11 to 1.


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