FRESHMAN BASEBALL. - Practice this afternoon at Soldiers Field at 4 p.m. sharp. All men that can, be out at 3 p.m. to bat. If rainy the practice will be in the cage.
B. H. HAYES, Temp. Capt.HARVARD ENGINEERING SOCIETY. - There will be a members meeting of the Society at 7.45 this evening in Room 1, L. S. S. Papers on "Operating Machine Tools by Electricity," "Fly-Wheel Accidents," and "The Extraction of Cast Iron from the Ore," will be read and discussed.
CHARLES J. TILDEN, Sec.PI ETA. - Every man, including grads, please meet at 7 o'clock tonight.
COMMITTEE ON PLAY.LACROSSE. - The men must be examined by Dr. Sargent today at following times: 2.00, Scott; 2.10, Leighton; 2.20, Woods; 2.30, Arnold; 2.40, LeClear; 2.50, Horne; 3.00, F. Outerbridge; 3.10, Stevens; 3.20, Klein; 3.30, Burley; 3.40, Ames; 3.50, Beecher; 4.00, Morrison. The rest of the men must see Dr. Sargent this morning and make appointments for early this afternoon or tomorrow morning. Every man must be on the field dressed to play at 4.15 sharp. If possible, all the men will be given a chance to play on Saturday.
R. H. E. STARR.MERMAID CLUB. - Meeting tonight at 9.30 in 18 Little's. Shakespeare's "All's Well that Ends Well" will be read.