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'95 CREW.-Meet at Harvard Sq. at 2.35 to go to Hammond's. Bring hockey sticks.

W. H. CAMERON.'96 CREW.-Row at 5 p. m. today.

F. M. FORBES.HARVARD TOTAL ABSTINENCE LEAGUE. -Professor James will address a public meeting of the league on "The Effects of Alcohol," Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 7.30 p.m., in Sever 11. All members of the University invited.

WM.M. TROTTER, Pres.FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB. - Rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock in Matthews 6.

R. B. FLERSHEM,Temp. Leader.FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.-Woodruff, Valentine, Starkweather, Arnold, Hastings, Edmunds, Sawyer, come to 16 Thayer at 3.30 sharp.

E. WADSWOBTH, Sec.THE Shakespeare Club will meet at 5 Hastings, Thursday evening at 7.30. The first act of Othello will be read.

SIGNET.-For important reasons the initiation of the third seven on Friday will begin promptly at 7.30.

W. T. DENISON, Sec.HABVABD PHILOSOPHICAL CLUB.-Regular meeting Jan. 16 in 54 Weld at 8.30 p. m.

A. L. OBOSS, Sec.ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.-Dr. Wm. H. Hare, Bishop of South Dakota, will deliver an address in Sever 11, Jan. 17, at 7.30p.m. All members of the University are invited. After the address members of the society, past and present, are invited without further invitation to meet Bishop Hare in Sever 9.

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