Harvard undergraduates going to the World's Fair will be able to secure accommodations at the Harvard-Yale-Princeton Club of Chicago. Arrangements have been made so that guest cards will be issued to those men who want to use the privileges of the club on a cash basis.
It is reported that all the hotels nearby the Exposition grounds have been fully reserved because of the large number of conventions that will make Chicago their headquarters during the early months of the summer. The club is convenient to the fair grounds, and Harvard men will be able to make a considerable saving over the prevailing hotel rates. In view of the large attendance expected, the club asks that reservations be made early at its home, 321 Plymouth Court, Chicago.