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THE spring trial for the 'Varsity Banjo Club will be held Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 7 o'clock in 1256 Mass. Ave. All members of the University playing banjeaurine, banjo or guitar, are urged to try.

R. B. FLERSHEM.ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.- There will be an important meeting of the society on Wednesday evening, Feb. 17, in 17 Grays at seven o'clock.

WM. C. GERRISH, Sec.FRENCH PLAY.- The following men will please report at 16 Quincy street, on Wednesday, February 17, at 5 p. m., for trial rehearsal for the French play: H. Warren-Cram, G. K. Denny, R. L. Hoguet, R. deK. Gilder, M. E. Fenollosa, A. Washburn, W. E. Waterhouse.

PER MANAGER.PIERIAN SODALITY.- Rehearsal Thursday, Feb. 18, at 7 p. m. sharp. Every man must be present as there are two concerts next week-Wednesday, Feb. 24, and Friday, Feb. 26. Leaders of sections will be held accountable for all absences. Business meeting after rehearsal. New members must pay dues and sign constitution before they can vote.

H. COONLEY, Sec.THE Shakespeare Club will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock, in Beck 22, and read "King Henry V."

G. T. MORSE, Sec.

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