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SOCIAL UNION.- Teachers are needed for classes in Greek and Arithmetic, also five men for special service. Volunteers may give their names to Legh R. Pearson, Social Union, 42 Brattle St., or to G. H. Dorr '97, 56 Plympton St. 86 4

All contributions for the February number of the Monthly must be sent to the editor-in-chief before Monday, February 1. 86 3

ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.- There will be an important business meeting of the Society in 17 Grays at 7 o'clock tonight, to elect a treasurer.

W. C. GERRISII, Sec.ADVOCATE.- Will all men having manuscripts for No. 8 of the Advocate leave them with the secretary on or before Monday, Jan. 25.

MOODY MEETINGS.- Tickets for Mr. Moody's meetings distributed daily in Holden Chapel, between 1 and 2. 84 5

CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.- The weekly meeting of the Christian Association will be held as usual Thursday evening at 6.45 o'clock in Holden Chapel. Subject: "Helps for Doubters." Hebrews: chapter XI. Leader: O. B. Huntsman '97. All members of the University are invited to be present. The semi-annual election of officers of the association will be held on the 28th inst. All nominations must be sent to J. E. Gregg, Matthews 25, before Jan. 21. 85 2

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