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PI ETA SOCIETY.- Business meeting tonight at eight.

FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal tonight. Banjeaurines at 7; rest at 7.45 sharp.

PHILIP FRENCH, Sec.'VARSITY GLEE CLUB.- The following men please be at Lower Dana at 5 o'clock today: Woodruff, Kennedy, Hill, Waterhouse, Whitman, Fales, Valentine, Darling, Fenno, J. A. Carpenter, Taylor, Bacon, Saunders, Howe.

R. L. SCAIFE, Sec.MANDOLIN CLUB and members of the double quartette be in Harvard Square at 7 tonight. Concert in Roxbury.

R. L. SCAIFE, Sec.WELD CREW.- First squad be at rowing room in gymnasium at 4.00; second squad be at the boat house, dressed to row, at4.45.

GLEE AND MANDOLIN CLUBS.- A special car will leave Harvard square at 7.10 this evening for Palladio Hall, Roxbury.

FRESHMAN MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal at today 5.00 o'clock; 39 Claverly Hall.

O. F. RICHARDS, Sec.FRESHMAN BASEBALL.- All candidates for freshman baseball team, battery candidates included, meet on Soldiers Field at 4.00, weather permitting.

W. L. GARRISON, JR.PIERIAN SODALITY.- Rehearsal Monday, March 30, at 7 o'clock sharp. Men not present at all rehearsal cannot play at Roxbury.

C. P. M. RUMFORD, Conductor.HARVARD UNION.- Special business meeting, Monday, March 30, at 7.15 p. m., in 37 Holyoke House.

H. L. BELISLE, Sec.

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