H. C. TAYLOR, Sec.MANDOLIN CLUB. - Rehearsal today at 5.15; 1 Weld.
W. MCKITTRICK, Sec.THE MOTT HAVEN bicycle squad will start from the Gymnasium hereafter at 4.30 p.m.
W. R. BRINCKERHOFF.FRESHMAN BASEBALL. - Practice this afternoon at Soldiers Field at 4 p.m. sharp. If rainy the practice will be in the cage.
B. H. HAYES, Temp. Capt.LACROSSE. - Practice on Soldiers Field, east of the football enclosure, today at 3.10 p.m. sharp. All men should be dressed at the Gymnasium at 3 sharp.
J. A. LEIGHTON.MERMAID CLUB. - Regular meeting this evening at 9.30 in 18 Little's. Farquhar's "Inconstant, or The Way to Win a Woman" will be read. As this is the annual meeting at which officers for the ensuing year will be elected, all members are urgently requested to be present.
A TEXT-BOOK in free-hand drawing is greatly needed at the Prospect Union. Any one who has one he is willing to give will greatly oblige by dropping a postal to 43 Matthews Hall.
CHESS CLUB. - The following men will start from Harvard Square at 7 p.m. sharp, Saturday to take part in a team match with the Boston Chess Club at its rooms in 18 Boylston Place, Boston: Ballou, Schoenfeld, Hewins, Lewis, Van Kleeck, Fay, Davis, Peck, Ryder, Spalding, Southard, Barnard.
E. E. SOUTHARD, Sec.'VARSITY BANJO CLUB. - Rehearsals hereafter regularly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30. 50 cents fine for each cut.
J. M. LITTLE, JR., Leader.