AT a recent meeting of the H. U. B. C. it was decided to have Harvard represented in the "American Henley" at Saratoga. Fresh laurels for Harvard are thus within reach of our present superior crew. This, however, places the Boat Club in great need of money; for the estimated expenses of the Crew at Saratoga are seven hundred dollars, and there is at present only sufficient money in the treasury to meet the expenses at New London. The College has been thoroughly canvassed: further attempts to raise money by subscription would be in vain. The object of the concert to be given next Friday evening, May 23, in Sanders Theatre, by the Glee Club and Pierian Sodality, is to furnish the money necessary for meeting these expenses. The programme - both songs and orchestral numbers - will be new; Memorial Hall is to be cleared for dancing after the concert. In this way an opportunity is afforded of uniting an evening's enjoyment with a much needed contribution for the Crew. Tickets may be obtained from Mr. Baylies, 24 Beck, and we would warn college men not to delay in securing their ticket, as the most desirable seats are very rapidly being taken.