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CRIMSON.- Very important meeting of the whole Board today at 1.30 promptly.

TRACK TEAM.- Grant, Fox, Hoyt, Emmons, Roche, Morse, Fish, Boal, Ellis, Green, Harris, Robinson, Draper, E. W. Mills, J. G. Clarke, Hallowell, Goddard, A. N. Rice will go to training table at Young's at 8 this morning.

Meet in front of University as usual.

All entries for class games must be in by April 28. Blue-book at Gym.

D. U. PLAY.- Rehearsal with orchestra at 6 p. m., Pi Eta theatre.

D. U.- No meeting tonight.

SCRUB No. 1.- Meet in 3 Prescott Hall Monday, April 25 at 7.30 p. m.

ALL men who rowed in Weld class race meet at the boat house at 4.15 to consider question of rowing another race.

MEETING of Division of Ornithology and Mammalogy of the H. U. H. Soc., in 506 Craigie Hall tonight at 8. A paper on "Collecting in Iowa" will be read by C. R. Keyes. Important business.

PIERIAN.- The following have been selected to play for the D. U. theatricals: Johnson, Luquer, Vaughan, Fox, Carter, Pearse, Kimball, Norton, Dibble, MacKusick, Poore, Kelley, Verveer, Wirt and Allen. Rehearsal in Pi Eta Theatre, at 6 sharp tonight. Regular rehearsal in Roberts Hall at 7 o'clock for all members.

LACROSSE TEAM.- No practice today. Meeting of men who went on the trip at 36 Matthews tonight at 7 o'clock.

WELD CREWS.- Brown, Bedford, Harding, Palmer, Bancroft, Stoddard, Pierce, Butler, DuBois, Tilton, F. N. Morrill, Lee, Sheafe, Garrett, Martin, Robinson, Conroy, Dinsmore, Coonley, Davis, Huntington, Millard, Clark, Wood, Burnham, C. Morrill, Duffield, Schlesinger, Leeson, Fabyan, Hawes, Watson, Ayer, Graham, Wadleigh, Goodwin and Orton meet at the boat house at 3.30.

ALL college men who are horsemen and who are interested informing a cavalry troop are requested to communicate with Percival Gassett, Boston Athletic Association.

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