A new Boys' Club in Boston is being started, to be carried on entirely by Harvard men. A house at 378 Broadway has been secured, and will be opened as soon as the requisite number of workers is made up. The institution will be under the superintendence of W. H. Wheel lock '98, who has been very successful in work of this sort in New York City, and he will be assisted by fourteen others, the plan being that two men shall go in to the club on every evening in the week. Of these fourteen eight have already been secured, so that there are not many places left. Any member of the University wishing to join in the work may send his name to W. H. Wheelock, 18 Appian Way, or to E. von Mach, Chairman of the Committee on City Missions of the Christian Association, 18 Bowdoin St.