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There will be a meeting of the Harvard Banjo Club in Holyoke 16 this afternoon at 1.30.
S. F. MCCLEAY, Sec'y.Will any who intend to write words for the Class Song please hand them to me before April 1st.
W. R. SPAULDING, Chorister '87.LOST. - A Harvard fountain pen, presumably in library. Finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it either at library desk or at Weld 13.
DEUTSCHER VEREIN. - There will be a public meeting of the society this evening at 7.30 o'clock in Sever 11. Dr. Francke will speak on "Bismarck und der deutsche Reichstag."
W. G. THOMPSON, Secretary.HARVARD SHOOTING CLUB. - Meeting at Watertown this (Thursday) afternoon. The following new series of matches will be opened, to run three weeks, best two scores to count:
Match A. - Open to all - 10 clay pigeons, straightaway, 21 yards rise.
Match B. - Open to all - 10 Blue Rocks, 5 angles, 18 yards rise.
Match C. - Open only to non-first-prize winners and freshmen - 10 clay pigeons, 5 angles, 18 yards rise.
As customary, two prizes will be given in each match; the first a silver cup, the second a silver medal. Take the 1.30 car for Watertown.
F. S. MEAD, Secretary.
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