ARCTIC EXPEDITION-The date of sailing of the Arctic expedition under the supervision of Dr. Frederick A. Cook, has been postponed until June 30 at the request of students from Harvard and Yale who do not care to miss the 'varsity and freshman races at New London. A party from Harvard is now forming. I wish to state for the benefit of those who are laboring under the impression that the expedition will meet with intense cold, that the temperature in the regions aimed at, varies from 35 degrees to 50 degrees. It seldom goes below freezing point. I shall be glad to give further information to all who may desire it.
MAYNARD LADD '94, 9 Matthews Hall.PICTURES of winners in Harvard-Yale debates will be taken on Monday, May 14, at 1.30 p. m. The following will please be at Pach's studio at that time: Duniway, Hutton, Douglas, Prescott. Apsey, Hayes, Vrooman, Warren, Stone, Lakin, Dallinger, McLaughlin. If anybody can not keep this engagement, please send word to 30 Stoughton before May 10. 65 6t
PIERIAN.- Rehearsal in Roberts Hall at 7. Be prompt.
C. L. SAFFORD, Leader.'VARSITY GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal at 7 o'clock sharp, in Lawrence.
D. C. GREENE, JR.H. A. A.- All members of the University who have not yet joined the Association are urged to do so at once at Thurston's, or with secretary at 44 Weld; hours, 11-12, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.