'97 BASEBALL. - The following men to be on Soldiers Field at 3.30 sharp this afternoon, dressed to play: Scott, Gregory, Burden, Perry, Saunders, Hill, Fox, Stevens, Anderson, Lord, Turner, Prescott, Gray, Beale, Martin, Abbott, Sullivan.

W. L. GARRISON, JR., Capt.'98 BASEBALL. - The following men be dressed to play '97 on Soldiers Field at 3.30 p. m. sharp: Cozzens, Brown, Haskell, Manning, Walker, Hall, Vincent, McVey, Edmunds, Goodridge, Chandler, Foster, Slade, Holt.

B. H. HAYES.CRIMSON. - The taking of the CRIMSON photograph has been postponed.

HARVARD RIFLES. - It is absolutely necessary that every member be present at all drills this week.

E. D. FULLERTON.HARVARD UNION. - Special business meeting Monday, May 6, at 7.30 p. m. in 13 Wadsworth House. A full attendance is requested.


C. E. BRYAN, Sec.FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB. - Important rehearsal today at 4.00 p. m. sharp in Matthews 6. Have waltz learned.

R. B. FLERSHEM, Leader.'VARSITY MANDOLIN CLUB. - Rehearsal today at 5 o'clock in 1 Weld.

W. MCKITTRICK, Sec.PIERIAN. - Rehearsal this evening at. 7 o'clock. All men who expect to play in any of the concerts this spring must attend rehearsals from now on.

N. S. BACON, Sec.MR. MONTAGUE CHAMBERLAIN will speak at the Chapel of the Shepard Church, Mason street, this evening at 7.45, on the history and customs of an Indian tribe. The public are invited.

GLEE, BANJO AND MANDOLIN CLUBS. - Special car will leave the square at 7 p. m. for Newton. Concert at Eliot Hall at 7.45.

H. C. TAYLOR, Sec.HARVARD TOTAL ABSTINENCE LEAGUE. - The secretary will keep office hours during the remainder of the year at 57 College House Mondays from 4.30 to 5 p. m. Men may join the league and members may get shingles at these hours.

J. H. LEWIS, Sec.ALL members of the University wishing to join the Harvard Athletic Association may do so at Thurston's or at 40 Hilton's Block on Mondays and Fridays from 1.30 to 2 o'clock. Initiation fee, $3.50.

H. W. HOWE, Sec. H. A. A.