'97 CREW.- Row at 2.45 o'clock.
H. C. DEV. CORNWELL.MERMAID CLUB.- Meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in 35 Hasting. Beaumont and Fletcher's "Maid's Tragedy" will be read.
ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.- Evening prayer is said each evening during Lent from 7.00-7.20 p. m., in 17 Grays. All members of the University are invited.
H. B. HUNTINGTON, Sec.a5
FRESHMAN BASEBALL.- All candidates for freshman baseball team meet in the Hemenway Gymnasium at 4.30 today.
W. L. GARRISON, JR.tf
'VARSITY BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal Friday at 7 o'clock. Learn Handicap March, for sale at Briggs and Briggs's.
J. M. LITTLE, JR.FENCING CLUB.- Professor Rondelle will be at the club on Monday and Friday evenings, 7-9, and on Wednesday afternoons, 4-6. All those wishing extra practice are invited to meet on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 4.30. All who have ever fenced are requested to try for the team to be sent to New York on April 4 for the Junior Team Competition to be held at the N. Y. Fencers' Club. 27 3t