SENIOR CREW.- Second squad row at 3; first squad row at 4 o'clock.
1900 CREW.- First crew row at 3.30; second crew at 4 o'clock.
WELD CREW CAPTAINS.- Meet tonight at 6.45 in 27 Holyoke. Very important.
FRENCH PLAY.- There will be a rehearsal of the second act in Ware Hall Gymnasium at 7.30 this evening. All men are expected to know their parts in this act.
RIFLE AND REVOLVER CLUB.- On Saturday, March 12, 19 and 26, the Rifle and Revolver Club will hold a handicap match at Walnut Hill in rifle, pistol and revolver shooting. The prize in each event will be a cup to be won by the best three out of five record scores of 10 shots each.
There will be an important meeting of the club to decide on shingles on Monday evening March 14, at 7 o'clock in 38 Claverly.
TEACHERS are needed in a Chinese Sunday School which meets Sunday afternoons at the corner of Beacon and Somerset streets. The object is to teach the Chinamen to read and write. Any who are interested may leave their names at 2 Stoughton Hall. 214
'VARSITY MANDOLIN CLUB.- Meet in the square tonight at six o'clock sharp. Concert at the United States Hotel.
FRESHMAN MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal Friday night in L. S. S. at 6.45 sharp.
FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal this afternoon at 4.30. The election of officers will be held at this meeting. Everyone must come.
HARVARD FORUM.- An important meeting will be held this evening at 7.30 in Weld 11. All members are urged to be present.
STRENGTH TESTS.- The strength test contest closes on April 15. Dr. Sargent wishes all men intending to enter the contest to take their tests as soon as possible in order to avoid conflicts of appointments later on.
WEED CREWS.- '98 crew row at 3.45. '99 first crew at 3.30, others at 4.15. 1901 first crew at 4.30, others at 5. 1900 first crew at 5, second at 5.15, others at 5.30.
All 1900 men who can be at the boat house Saturday morning sometime between 9 and 12 for pair-oar work.
WHIST CLUB. Business meeting at 7.15 tonight. At 7.30 Mr. Howell will lecture on the "Best Management of Weak Hands." The regular pair match will follow.
LAMPOON.- Drawings for the Lampoon should be left with R. P. Bellows, 16 Hilton. 16 4
ANY students having old magazines or periodicals which they have done with, will confer a great favor by leaving them at the Crimson office for use by students engaged in charity work in Boston. Papers and books received are carried to poor families by student visitors. 16 4
LACROSSE.- Practice today on Norton's field at 4 o'clock sharp.