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THE following men be at Harvard Square transfer station at 2.15 Thursday afternoon to visit the American Bell Telephone Co., Boston: W. H. Herschel, F. S. Pratt, W. H. Cram, F. Mason, H. B. Montague, N. J. Brumbaugh, O. H. Basquin, J. Corbett, W. H. Kelsey, F. L. Gilman, C. Abbe, N. Hayward, A. Durward, S. W. R. Langdon.

F. L. WOODWARD.CRIMSON.- Meeting of the board in the Sanctum at 1.30 today.

SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHS.- There will be no regular appointments at Pach's during the mid-year examination period. Any who have not sat, however, can do so during that time.

PHOTOGRAPHIC COMMITTEE.REGULAR meeting of the Christian Association at Holden Chapel, 6.45, tonight. All members of the University invited.

WINNERS of the class football championship can get their cups at Leavitt and Peirce's.

'VARSITY FOOTBALL.- The entire 'varsity football squad will meet Thursday, Jan. 25, at 7.30 p. m., at 13 Bow street. Every member of the squad must be present.

B. G. WATERS.

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