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CLASS RACE.- The class race will be rowed from the Longwood Bridge to the Union boat house at 4.30 p. m. today. The crews must be at the line promptly. The four coxswains will be at the boat house at 12 o'clock to go over the course in the launch. The referee's tug will leave the Harvard Bridge at 3.30 sharp. A few tickets for the referee's tug are on sale at Leavitt and Peirce's.

MERMAID CLUB.- Meeting in Weld 13 at 9.30 tonight. "Knight of the Burning Pestle," and "Ralph Roister Doister."

'95 NINE.- Practice at 2 p. m. sharp Every man must come out.

I. S. ADAMS, Capt.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

HARVARD RELIGIOUS UNION.- Professor A. R. Marsh will speak on, "Why Read Dante?" tonight, in Holden Chapel, at 6.45 o'clock. All members of the University are invited.

E. DEW. WALES.PIERIAN.- The following men be at University Club, Friday, at 8 p. m., sharp: Schurz, Bacon, Perry, Wollaeger, Porter, Walker, Hall, Francis, Scaife, Wells, Johnson, Bolles, Frothingham, Adler, Swift, Rumford, Choate, Lemke, Busch, Capen, Lowell, Easton, Prescott, Gulick, Smith.

C. L. SAFFORD, Leader.E. H. S. ASSOCIATION.- Shingles now ready at 13 Weld, 11-12 mornings, except Friday. 68 3t

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