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CRIMSON.- Meeting of board at 1.30.

CRICKET ELEVEN.- The following men be at the Providence Depot in time to take the 6 o'clock p. m. train for New York: Meade, Pool, Mathews, Davis, Kaulbach, Logan, DuPont, King, Adams, Gray, Richardson.

P. H. CLARK, Capt.FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- Photograph of club will be taken back of Sever Hall, Thursday, at 12 o'clock.

H. W. HOWE.79 2t

ARCTIC EXPEDITION.- 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, seldom going below freezing point. 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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