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1900 BASEBALL.- Following men take strength tests this morning, 9-11: Edmunds, Foster, Cutting, Rainbolt, Fraunfelter, George, Bearosell, Moore, Martin, Wheeler, Sargent and Skillings. Notice for practice will be posted at Leavitt's. Any one wishing to try for pitcher leave his name at Leavitt and Peirce's.

COLLEGE NINE.- Be at Columbus Avenue Station, Boston and Albany R. R. at 1 o'clock to go to Southboro.

1900 COMPANY A.- All members of 1900 who are above the average height, and who are willing to drill, meet at 1.30 behind Gymnasium. Coats need not be worn. Short drill.

DEUTSCHER VEREIN.- Last meeting of the year Monday, 7.30, at 81 Oxford street. Members must get tickets for performance on 31st at this meeting.

'VARSITY BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal Monday night. All must know new piece.


WORCESTER Academy Club dinner at Trinity court, Saturday, at 7 p. m. Tickets may be bought at dinner, price $1.50.

ALL members of the drill companices who signified their intention to shoot will be expected to shoot at least 20 rounds before the end of the term. The new cage on Soldiers Field will be open every afternoon from 1.30-5.30 for the shooting. The ammunition may be had on the range at the lowest wholesale price.

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.

'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.