JANITOR'S OFFICE, HEMENWAY GYMNASIUM.- Lockers may now be reengaged for next year; after Class Day those not re-engaged will be leased to other members of the University in order of application. Before leaving, the locker-keys must be returned to this office whether the lockers are retained or not. Anything found in the lockers or dressing-rooms at the close of the year will be regarded as abandoned. It is especially important that the up-stairs lockers be vacated by Class day, on account of the Gymnasium spreads and dancing.
SAWIN MEMORIAL FUND.- Members of the University who kindly subscribed to this fund in the spring of 1890 with the understanding that the subscriptions, if not paid then, would fall due during this college year, are requested to send their contributions at their earliest convenience to the treasurer of the fund, Mr. Henry M. Spelman, 50 State St., Boston. A report of the progress of the fund is in preparation and will be sent to each contributor.
WILLIAM W. NOLEN, For the Committee.2t
CLASS OF 1891.- Rehearsal of the Class Song and Ode, in Dane Hall this afternoon at 1.45.
K. MCKENZIE, Chorister.