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CONTRIBUTIONS for carrying on the work of the University Club Committee may be left at Leavitt and Peirce's or sent to W. Phillips, 33 Bow street.

LAMPOON.- Drawings for the Lampoon should be left with R. P. Bellows, 16 Hilton. 16 4

ALL men trying for the track team who desire to do some cross contry walking should report at the Gymnasium on Monday, Thursday and Friday of next week at 3.45. This work is not compulsory for the squad, but all who can are urged to come out.

SENIOR CREW.- All candidates row at 3 o'clock.

CRICKET.- No morning practice. Morgan, Edwards, Lansdale, Ward, Wilder, Haughton, Hastings, Drinkwater, Dove, King be at Gymnasium at 1.30 p. m. sharp.

'VARSITY Glee, Banjo and Mandolin clubs.- There will be a concert in the Boston Y. M. C. A. on Thursday, March 10. There will also be a concert in Newton on March 31.

SHOOTING CLUB.- The first shoot will be held Monday at 3 o'clock. All men who intend to try for the team are urged to come out at once. New men may join at 17 Holworthy.

HARVARD TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION.- Meeting in Sever 11 at 10 a. m. Subject: "Free Election of Studies in the Secondary Schools." Paper by Professor Shaler and Mr. Thurber of the Girls' Latin School, Boston.

LACROSSE.- Practice today on Norton's field at 4 o'clock sharp. All men not trying for other athletic teams are urged to come out. Sticks may be obtained of F. B. Taylor, 15 Holyoke House. tf

'VARSITY BANJO CLUB.- Concert this afternoon. Be at the square at 3.15 sharp. New men need not come. Wear black sack suits.

ALL men who want to participate in a spring handicap chess tournament should please hand in their names at 1 Grays as soon as possible. There will be a fee of 25 cents in order to provide prizes.

ANDOVER '96 MEN.- Meeting of all Andover '96 men now in college in 11 Weld today at one o'clock to take action on the death of J. P. Ellicott.

ANY students having old magazines or periodicals which they have done with, will confer a great favor by leaving them at the Crimson office for use by students engaged in charity work in Boston. Papers and books received are carried to poor families by student visitors. 16 3

WELD 1901 CREW.- First eight be dressed to row at 2.00; others be at boat house dressed to row at 3.00.

FRESHMAN DEBATING CLUB.- The debate on Monday evening will be on the question: "Resolved, That the Union of Harvard University and the M. I. T. would be beneficial to both institutions." Speakers for the affirmative-J. H. A. Symonds, A. Turner; negative-J. C. Mangan, C. W. Wright.

HARVARD CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.- The general secretary can be found in Grays 17 mornings except Tuesday 10.30-11.00, and afternoons except Saturday 2.30-3.00.

ADVOCATE.- Hereafter all manuscripts should be sent to F. M. Alger, 1 Beck Hall.

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