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- CRIMSON. - Special meeting of importance at 6.45 tonight.

'95 ELEVEN. - All men for back of the line must be dressed at 3.15 sharp; all other candidates at 3.45. The class is supporting the eleven miserably, as there have not yet been two elevens out on any day.

The following freshmen of Flint's eleven be at the Hemenway Gymnasium today at the time appointed for them, to be examined by Dr. Sargent: Bunting 2.00 p. m., Sawin 2.05, Stowell 2.10, Woodward 2.15, Pettijohn 2.20, Rice 2.25, Scull 2.30, Wadsworth 2.35, Valentine 2.40, Redpath 2.45, Edmunds 2.50, Burrage 2.55, Knox 3.00, Herman 3.10, Hardenbrock 3.15, Goodrich 3.20, Woods 3.25, Stone 3.30, Flint 3.35, H. Adams 3.40. The other men will have a later date. All freshman elevens be on Soldiers Field at four o'clock.

P. S. Dalton.ANDOVER CLUB. - First regular meeting of the year Thursday evening, Oct. 11, at 19 Holworthy Hall. Professor G. H. Palmer will address the meeting. All men who ever attended Phillips Andover Academy are cordially invited to be present.

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GEO. A. HOWE, Sec.

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