French 1a. - The list of sections for the second half-year will be posted to-morrow, Tuesday morning, on the bulletin board of the French Department.
F. C. DE SUMICHRAST.HISTORY 13. - The 3d Report due on Feb. 13th will be received until 3 p. m., Friday, Feb. 17th.
EDWIN V. MORGAN, Asst.ENGLISH 22. - Theme 7 is due rewritten on Tuesday, Feb. 14.
LEWIS E. GATES.STUDENTS of the University desiring appointments for individual lessons in Vocal Training, Vocal Expression and Speaking, for the second half-year, will please write to me, or call, at Holden Chapel, Tuesday, Feb. 14, 9 to 5, or Thursday, Feb. 15, 2 to 5.
The voluntary classes in these subjects meet Tuesdays at 10, 11, 2.30, and 4; and Thursdays at 2.30 and 3.30. New members will be received into several of the sections, and extra assistance will be given them upon the steps already mastered.
S. S. CURRY.
CHESS CLUB. - Regular meeting tonight.
WILL the following men from '96 please meet at No. 7 Hilton's at seven o'clock this evening. Very important. L. B. Cagdon, G. Wrenn. H. Grew, A. Brewer. F. Balch, W. Rogers, G. Whitehead.
J. C. FAIRCHILD.FRESHMAN MANDOLIN CLUB. - Rehearsal Tuesday, Feb. 14. at 6.30 p. m., 26 Holyoke St.
J. J. HAYES, Jr., Sec.ADVOCATE. - There will be an important meeting of the Board of Editors tonight at 7.30 in 25 Thayer Hall.
CHARLES W. SHOPE. Sec.PROFESSOR Macvane will meet students who have elected Government and Law 7 in Univ. 20 at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning.
'95 CREW. - Row today at 4.30 p. m.
W. M. BRIGGS, Capt.'94 CREW. - Row to-day at 2 p. m.
C. T. BOND.HARVARD INTERNATIONAL LAW CLUB. - There will be a meeting this evening Tuesday Feb. 14th in Mr. Woodworth's room No. 16 Hastings at seven thirty sharp.
R. P. BOWLER, Clerk.