FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB.- Rehearsal in roberts hall at 5.15 p. m.

C. K. CUMMINGS, Secretary.CONFERENCE FRANCAISE.- Meeting tonight at 7.30 in the society rooms, Roberts block.

C. H. C. WRIGHT, Secretary.CRICKET ELEVEN.- Candidates will be in the gymnasium ready for exercise at 4 p. m.

R. D. BROWN. Captain.'93 TUG-OF-WAR.- The following men will be dressed ready to pull at 4 sharp: Robb, Bisbee, Winsor, Flint.

P. V. K. JOHNSON.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.BROOKLINE COFFEE PARTY.- If enough men sign the blue book at Leavitts before 8 o'clock tonight, a barge will leave there for Brookline Town hall, at 7.30 p. m., Friday.

'90 special students whose names do not appear on the photograph list are requested to make appointments at Pach's Study. Extra lists may be obtained at the studio. Seniors are reminded that the photograph list must be returned and selection made before March 15th.

PHOTO COM.H. A. A.- Tumbling and gymnasium events. J. W. Bowler, one of the janitors at the gymnasium, who thoroughly understands all gymnastic events has kindly agreed to help any men desiring to practice for such events, between 11 and 1 o'clock every day at the gymnasium.

E. STURGIS.ENGLISH C AND D-The third set of briefs will be returned in Sever 10 on Thursday, March 13, at 3 o'clock. The third forensic will be due at 24 Grays Hall, Wednesday, March 19.

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.