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'99 BASEBALL.- The following take the strength test today between 2 and 4: Cochrane, Whitbeck, Taylor, Hall, Jaffray, Thompson, Carleton, Nowell, Adams, Franklin, Dibblee, Jameson, Beaman, Rumery and Farr. No man can play in the class game Friday unless he has taken the strength test. All those who can, be at Soldiers at 3 o'clock; all others at four. All men named above will please meet at No. 1 Ware Hall at 1.30. Important.

'99 COMPANY.- The hours for company drill have been definitely fixed as follows: Every day at 4.30, except Saturdays when the company meets at 10. Mondays and Fridays at 12 for those men who can not come at 4.30.

1900 COMPANY B.- All members of Company B who wish to shoot this week be at the Cage on Soldiers Field between 1.30 and 4.30 this afternoon. Cartridges may be obtained on the field.

'98 COMPANY.- Important drill this afternoon at 4.30. Every man in the company must attend, and new men are urged to come out.

ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.- Address by Father Frisby tonight at 7 in Grays 17. A full attendance requested.

COLLEGE NINE.- No game with West-boro. Practice at 3.30 today.

D. U. PLAY.- Men will take the train for Wellesley at the Columbus avenue station, B. and A. R. R., at 4.50. There will be a rehearsal in the Town Hall for the morris-dancers immediately upon arrival. Supper at 6. Train returning leaves at 10.47. Business manager will refund fares.

HARVARD YACHT CLUB.- The following men may obtain their shingles and burgees at Leavitt and Pierce's: G. A. Cole, L. B. Brown, C. A. Talbot, Addison Fay, F. B. Talbot.

1900 NINE.- Practice on Norton's Field at 4 sharp. More infielders are needed.

NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY.- Photograph will be taken Friday at 1.20, on the back steps of Sever. All members must be present.

ADVOCATE.- Picture of entire board (for Portfolio) taken at Pach's Friday at 12.30 sharp.

THE MONTHLY.- The picture of the complete board will be taken at Pach's at 1 p. m. today. The post cards received are official.

UNIVERSITY DEBATING CLUB.- Members may obtain dinner tickets at 42 Matthews today before noon, or at Young's Hotel before 7.30 Friday. Members must pay for their tickets before the dinner.

LAMPOON.- There will be a conference in the Sanctum for all drawing candidates from 4 to 6 on Thursday.

SIGNET.- Meeting of active members tonight at 7.30 p. m.

MORE money is needed to pay for the loving cup to be given to the cruiser Harvard. Subscriptions may be left at the Crimson office.

PHOTOGRAPH of Senior members of Hasty Pudding Club will be taken Wednesday, May 25, at 1.30 p. m., behind Sever.

ENGINEERING SOCIETY.- Photograph of society on steps of L. S. S. at 1.20 p. m., Thursday, May 19.

EXETER CLUB.- Meeting Friday evening at 7.30 in the Ware Hall gymnasium. All be present.

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