FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal today at 5 o'clock. Fines must be paid, if not they will be increased.
M. S. SAVAGE, Sec.'VARSITY BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal at 4.45 o'clock.
J. M. LITTLE, JR.ELECTRIC SECTION.- Meeting tonight at 7.45. No. 12 Stoughton.
F. C. LEWIS, Ch.CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.- Regular meeting Thursday night in Holden Chapel at 6.45 p. m. Dr. C. F. Rice. An invitation is extended to all members of the University.
Nominations for president for half-year beginning May 15, are due and may be entered by any member. Nominations should be sent before March 28 to
W. W. ORR, 18 Weld Hall.39 2t
ADVOCATE.- At the last meeting of the Advocate manuscripts were accepted from G. W. Knoblauch, H. James and John A. Macey. The secretary will be at the sanctum Thursday, March 26, to return and talk over rejected manuscripts with contributors.
'VARSITY MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal today at 5 o'clock at 1256 Massachusetts avenue.
J. DEK. TOWNER, Sec.FRESHMAN MANDOLIN CLUB.- No rehearsal today; postponed until Thursday at 5.00 o'clock, 39 Claverly.
O. F. RICHARDS, Sec.MERMAID CLUB.- Meeting tonight at 7.45 in 35 Hastings.
R. H. E. STARR.