PIERIAN SODALITY.- Important rehearsal tonight at 7. New music.
HARVARD GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal today at 4 sharp.
C. J. F. BRUEGGER, Secretary.Base ball season tickets will be on sale today from 12 m. to 2 p. m. at Memorial Hall and at Leavitt and Pierce's.
Y. M. C. A.- Regualr meeting in Lawrence hall this evening at 7.30. All members of the university are cordially invited.
Tickets for the performances of the Hasty Pudding Club theatricals, to be given in Boston, April 17, 18, and 19, are on sale at Thurston's.
HARVARD BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal at Boston theatre this afternoon not later than 3.15 p. m. Take stage entrance on Mason street and show your passes.
The foot ball squad will meet at 4 sharp. It is very important that every man should be present so that no one will be overlooked, for the squad is being reduced.
A. J. CUMNOCK.The following men must come and sit for their class pictures this week: Evans, Fairbank, Garrison, George, Gorham, Gulick, Hand, Hecht, Hunnewell.
PHOTO COM.The Phi Beta Kappa dinner will be held at the Boston Tavern on Saturday, and April 12, at 7.30. All members who cannot be present will do me a great favor by letting me know at once.
G. P. WARDNER, Sec.HARVARD FENCING CLUB.- Members of the club who intend to enter the fencing contest on Tuesday evening, April 15, must leave their names with the secretary before Monday noon.
W. K. FLINT, Secretary.HARVARD ROWING CLUB.- The boat house is open for inspection to all members of the university this week. Any one wishing to join the club may do so at the boat house any afternoon this week between 4.15 and 6.
CRICKET ELEVEN.- Every candidate for the eleven must be at the gymnasium at 4 05 sharp on Friday afternoon. A number of men have not sent me their list of 3 o'clock recitations; they will please do so at once.
R. D. BROWN.H. U. B. B. C.- The following men will be in the gymnasium ready dressed at 3.15 o'clock: Howland, Downer, Lee, Dean, F. Bates, Soule, Bowman, Evans, Cummings, Luce, Babbitt, Mason. All other candidates at 8 o'clock sharp.
P. B. LINN.HARVARD ELECTRIC CLUB.- The club has obtained permission to visit the Thompson-Houston works in Lynn Wednesday afternoon, April 16. The members who intend to go in the party must sign the blue book at Leavitt and Pierce's before Tuesday morning.
H. S. WILKINSON, Secretary.