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'VARSITY GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal at 7 o'clock sharp, in Lawrence.

D. C. GREENE, JR.FOLLOWING men be on Norton's at 4.30 to pass and kick. C. Brewer, Wrightington, Raymond, Hitch, Cabot, Brown, Hamlen, Eakins, Phelan, E. Clarke, A. Brewer, McNear, Fairchild, Foster, Wrenn, Borden, Gould, Shaw, Faxon, Hoague, Tiffany.

R. W. EMMONS, 2D.PICTURES of winners in Harvard-Yale debates will be taken in dress suits on Saturday, May 19, at 1.30 instead of May 14. The following men will please be at Pach's studio at that time: Duniway, Hutton, Douglas, Prescott. Apsey, Hayes, Vrooman, Warren, Stone, Lakin, Dallinger, McLaughlin. If anybody cannot keep this engagement, please send word to 30 Stoughton before May 14.

AN exhibition of Japanese colored photographs will be held at the Harvard Art Store, 3 Harvard Row, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening. An explanatory lecture will also be given. The pictures will be for sale.

WENDELL PHILLIPS CLUB.- Members of the faculty may obtain tickets for Governor Greenhalge's address on "The Need of Able Public Speakers," to be given in Sanders Theatre on May 18 by writing to

EDW. S. PAGE, 48 Thayer.69 4t

ARCTIC EXPENDITION.- The Arctic expedition under the supervision of Dr. F. A. Cook, an old explorer with Peary, will leave New York, June 30, returning the middle of September. A party is now forming from Harvard. All professors and students of geology and botany, etc., will have ample opportunity for scientific research. The hunting and fishing are unequalled. The temperature varies from 35 to 69 degrees, We shall be glad to furnish any information that may be desired.

MAYNARD LADD '94, 9 Matthews Hall. WM. B. WOLFFE '95, 24 Follen street.71 tf

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