Freshman Football. - All candidates for the freshman eleven be on Nortons at 3.30 sharp.
F. S. NEWELL.IMPORTANT NOTICE, TRACK ATHLETIC TEAM. - All men intending to take part in the 'varsity and freshman games must be examined by Dr. Sargent. The hours for the examinations are from 2-4, Wednesday and Thursday for those who have not special appointments. Those who have been examined before must get their cards at the above hours.
W. S. THOMPSON, Capt.St. Paul's Society. - Rev. Williams Lawrence, S. T. D., will address the Society Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. All members of the University are invited to be present.
FRANCIS BEACH WHITE, Sec.'93 Eleven. - Everyone who has been trying for the eleven this year must be out at 3.30 sharp, It is necessary that every man be on the field promptly.
J. H. PARKER.Holders of season tickets are notified that hereafter no admission will be given to those who leave their tickets at home. Don't ask at Box Office.
Per Management.H. A. A. - Entries to the freshman games may be made at the gymnasium Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, between eleven and one o'clock. There is no entrance fee, for contestants.
GEO. CROMPTON, Sec.Conference Francaise. - There will no meeting of the conference this week. On Monday next, in No. 8 Roberts Hall, at 8 o'clock, Prof. Van Daell, of the Institute of Technology, will address the society on the "History of the First Productions of the Bourgeois Gentilhomme."
H. S. STONE, Sec.Harvard Rowing Club. - Open to all members of the University, Weld Boat House on Boylston St., open daily through out the autumn. Men may join at Thurston's or on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10-11, at 26 Holyoke House.
W. R. Peabody, Sec.FRESHMAN FOOT BALL. - All backs will report on Nortons field at 3.30 sharp. All others at 4 sharp. Let every man be on time.