The senior members of the Philosophical Club will be photographed at 1 p. m. in front of Sever Hall.

H. F. Hewes, Sec'y.Sign the book at Leavitt and Peirce's for staterooms on the Fall River Line, 6 p. m., or berths on Shore Line, 12 o'clock train, Friday night.

LOST.- At Memorial, an umbrella with silver head mark-T. E. G. Finder please leave with the auditor, or at 2 Matthews.

LAW SCHOOL-Wanted: A tutor in first year property and contracts. Please apply at 100 Mt. Auburn Street, between half-past one and two o'clock.

FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB-The photograph of the club will be taken outside of Sever this afternoon at 3 o'clock.


BOYLSTON CHEMICAL CLUB.- Photograph today May 28, at 4, on the steps of the laboratory. Members will please be prompt.

FENCING CLUB.- Members can obtain keys to the new rooms over Sanborn's from the treasurer, or from the secretary, from 1.30 to 2 p. m. in the club rooms.

CRICKET ELEVEN.- The following men will meet at 35 Matthews today at 5 p. m. to go to Philadelphia: Garrett, Balch, Sullivan, Frost, Parker, Crowninshield, Hewes, Skinner, MacVeagh, Cherr.

T. D. BROWN, Capt.H. U. C. A.- A seven mile handicap will be run off round the Chestnut Hill reservoir (6 lays) on Wednesday, May 28, at 4.30 p. m. All men who ride either safety or ordinary are urged to enter. The handicaps will be very liberal in order to induce every rider in college to enter. Medals will be given as prizes. Sign at Leavitt and Peirce's.

R. H. DAVIS, Capt.