HARVARD ROWING CLUB.- Every man in college who has a key either to the boat house or to a locker and who has not joined the club this year, will please return the key immediately to the janitor or to Thurston's.
R. C. ROBBINS, Sec.HASTY PUDDING CLUB.- Rehearsal this evening at 7 o'clock. All please attend.
AMUSEMENT COM.CRICKET TEAM.- All those wishing to be candidates come to practice on Holmes at 4 p. m. sharp.
A. C. GARRETT, Cap.'93 NINE.- The following men must be on Norton's at 3.30 sharp: Whitmore, Manning, Jackson, Duffield, Gallivan, Dinsmore, Marshall, Parker, Sanborn, MacVeagh, Falk, Ingalls, Hoppin, Barlow, Winsor, Conro, Ayer, Dibblee, Farquhar, Collamore, Burrows, Dodge, Hickey.
LOST.- A bunch of keys. The finder will please return to Leavitt and Peirce's.
LOST.- A large bank bill. Finder will please leave at Leavitt and Peirce's and receive reward.
FOUND.- A female fox terrier dog. apply at Leavitt and Peirce's.
FOUND.- A lady's ring on Broadway.
M. CASE, L. S., 19 Irving St.50-2t.
MY appointments in Geology 4, 8 and 14 will be omitted until Wednesday, April 22nd, except Geology 8, which will meet on Monday, April 15. 50-2t.
N. S. SHALER.ENGLISH C.- The fourth set of briefs and the third set of forensics will be returned in Sever 10 on Friday, April 17, at twelve o'clock. The fourth forensic will be due in Sever 10, Wednesday, April 22. After Tuesday, April 21, the consultation hours in the Library will be discontinued until further notice.
GEO. P. BAKER. W. G. THOMPSON.50 3t.
HASTY PUDDING CLUB THEATRICALS.- Union Hall, Boston, April 16, 17, and 18. Hasty Pudding Club Theatre, Cambridge, April 20 and 21. Tickets for sale at Thurston's and Amee's.