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FRENCH PLAY.- Will any men who may have retained any part of costumes kindly return same as soon as possible to B. R. Robinson, 14 Little's.
CYCLING ASSOCIATION.- Beginning Monday, April 12, all candidates for the team will meet in front of Matthews at 8 o'clock a. m. daily.
All candidates must ride today. if possible, Chase, Bowser, Wyman, Moyer, O. F. Richards, Wilson, Smith and Wright ride at 12. All others ride at 11 or 3.30. Every man must be out.
FRESHMAN BASEBALL.- The following men be at Soldiers Field at 3.15: McCornick, Foster, Farrington, Ewer, Rainbolt, W. Martin, Fraunfelter, Cutting. All others at 2 p. m.
CRICKET PRACTICE.- There will be no batting practice in the cage this afternoon.
WELD '97-Grad. Crew.- Row at 2.30. All substitutes be on hand.
ALL the men who played on the '97 baseball team last year in any of the class games meet at 17 Holworthy on Monday at 1.30.
'VARSITY BASEBALL.- The following men in addition to those at training table be on Holmes Field at 2.30: Beal, H. I. Foster, McVey, Loughlin, Fitz, Morse, Cochrance.
'VARSITY Glee, Banjo and Mandolin Clubs be at the Boston Art Club at eight o'clock tonight, sharp.
LACROSSE TEAM.- Practice on Norton's Field today at 4 sharp.
GOLF CLUB.- Any member of the University who wishes to join the Golf Club may do so by sending the annual dues of $5.00 to the treasurer, J. F. Curtis, 42 Claverly.
SCRUB BASEBALL.- The management has decided to keep the entry list open until Tuesday, April 13. The names of nines to be sent as before to F. Curtis, 55 Claverly. No more unattached men need had in their names as two complete nines have been formed.
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