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'VARSITY BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock sharp.

R. B. FLERSHEM.PROSPECT UNION.- Several copies of volume 1 of Bryce's "American Commonwealth" are wanted for a class in Government in the Prospect Union. Copies loaned will be well taken care of. Leave at CRIMSON office.

H. G. GRAY.'VARSITY MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal tonight at 5.

J. DE K. TOWNER, Sec.LACROSSE TEAM.- There will be a regular line-up today. The entire squad must be out at 3.30.

B. T. BURLEY, Capt.52 3

EXETER CLUB.- Important meeting tonight at 7.30 in the Ware Gymnasium to adopt a constitution and discuss other business.

E. H. DARLING, Sec.PIERIAN SODALITY.- Rehearsal at seven o'clock this evening. Every member and candidate must attend. Excuses will not be accepted. Promptness is insisted upon.

E. B. TERHUNE, Leader.CHESS CLUB.- Important business will be transacted at the meeting in 25 Grays tonight at 7.30. The revised constitution and certain intercollegiate tournament matters will come before the club.

CYCLING ASSOCIATION.- All men who have not received their shingles may obtain them by presenting receipts for their subscriptions to the secretary any evening from 6 to 7 at No. 2 Holyoke House: Any one wishing to join the association should call at the same hours.

GEO. F. HURT, Sec.48 5

FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- There will be a trial of candidates for the Freshman Glee Club, Tuesday night, at seven o'clock, in Lower Dane. Every member of the Freshman class who can sing is urged to come and bring a solo.

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