Pach Bros. desire us to announce that seniors will confer a favor by paying for their photographs on delivery.
'92 PHOTO. COM.CRIMSON NEWS. - All matter for publication in the CRIMSON which is sent through the mail must be addressed to "30 Holyoke Street." News may always be left at Leavitt & Peirce's or at the Sanctum on Linden Street before 9 o'clock.
To prevent any misunderstanding about the price of cabinet photographs to the present senior class, we would announce that the first dozen will cost $3. and every dozen after that, $2.
'92 PHOTO. COM.CRICKET CLUB. - Any member of the University can join the Cricket Club, by signing the blue book at Thurston's, and paying $3.50, which includes shingle and season ticket, or by writing to me or calling upon me at my room. Shingles will be left at Thurston's, a few days after book is signed.
C. T. R. BATES,Manager Cricket Eleven,2 Holyoke House.
THE GRADUATE CLUB. - It has been found necessary to arrange for holding this month's meeting on April 22, the regular date.
HENRY B. WARD, Secretary.HARVARD REPUBLICAN CLUB. - There will be a meeting in Sanders' Theatre, Friday, April 22d, at 7.45. Senator J. R. Hawley of Connecticut, introduced by Ex-Gov. John D. Long, will speak upon the tariff. All are invited to attend.
ENGLISH C. - I shall be at the library for consultation, on Tuesday, April 19, from 3.30 to 5 p. m., instead of on Monday
HORACE A. DAVIS.