HASTY PUDDING CLUB.- There will be a meeting for the election of officers on Thursday evening, March 13, at 7.30.

G. BLAGDEN, Jr., Secretary.CANOE CLUB.- Members who have received postals are reminded that they are requested to pay their annual dues before Saturday, March 15.

G. L. BATCHELDER, Purser.If those who have reading matter for the hospitals-magazines, illustrated papers, novels, etc., will send word to R. L. Weeks, 74 Sacramento street, it will be called for.

GUITAR AND MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal tonight at 7 in 1 Weld. Important business. All must come.

HARVARD ELECTRIC CLUB.- The club will visit the Edison, Boston, and Brush lighting stations this evening. The party will leave Providence depot promptly at 7.15 p. m.


H. S. WILKINSON, Secretary.H. A. A.- Any member of the university wishing to join the Harvard Athletic Association may do so by enclosing $5.00 to me with his name and class. The secretary on receipt of same will leave membership ticket and shingle at Thurston's.

All students who intend to enter in any event in the winter meetings of the H. A. A. must be examined by Dr. Sargent, who will be in his office in the gymnasium from 2 to 4 Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.

The entries for the first meeting will close Thursday evening, March 13, at 10.30.

The weighing committee will be in the gymnasium Saturday morning from 8 to 9.30.

J. H. HUNT, Secretary.House No. 64 Mt. Auburn street to let. Especially adapted for club purposes. Apply at 1 Hollis from 9.30 to 10 a. m. 23 6

Now, while the snow is on the ground, is the best time to have your rooms photographed. No better souvenir can be had of college than a well-made picture of one's room. Call at studio and make appointments at once. PACH BROS.

H. WM. TUPPER, Manager.