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LOST.- Yesterday morning between Grays and Harvard, a four-bladed, bone handled knife. Finder will oblige owner by leaving same at Thurston's.

FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- Members must be at the Square at 2.45 sharp to take car for B. A. A. Don't forget tickets.

'91 NINE.- The following men will be on Norton's field at 4 sharp: Babbitt, Guerin, Cummings, Simons, Austrian, Weld, McKean, Corning, Lee, Nichols, Washburn and Luce.

'92 CLASS NINE.- The following men must be at Leavitt and Peirce's at 12 sharp, ready to go to Worcester: Allen, Wrenn, Chase, Curtis, Brown, Lake, Hale Spalding, Young.

THERE will be a meeting of the Phi Beta Kappa from '91 for the nomination of additional members in Sever 5 at 7 this evening.

FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB will meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock at Foster's for the B. A. A.

B. WELLS, Sec.CRICKET.- Practice game at 4 p. m. All players come.

A. C. GARRETT, Capt.INSTITUTE OF 1770.- There will be a concert at the Club House tonight. All past and present members are asked to attend.

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