'97 CREW.- Row today at 2.30 sharp.
LACROSSE.- Beginning with Monday, all candidates for the team will be required to come out more regularly, at 4 o'clock. On rainy days a long run will be taken on the track. New men should come out at once.
W. SCOTT.FRESHMAN BASEBALL.- There will be no practicing today; battery candidates included.
W. L. GARRISON.CHAMBER ORCHESTRA.- Be in front of Thurston's at 1.30 promptly with instruments. The car will leave promptly at that time for Brookline.
CANDIDATES for the freshman crew be at the Carey Building dressed to row at 3.30 p. m.
CLARKE THOMSON, Temp. Capt.
CHINESE SUNDAY SCHOOL.- The number of students needed to teach in the Chinese Sunday School, as announced in Monday's CRIMSON is not yet filled out. Further information may be obtained of D. Fales, Jr., Matthews 3, Monday, Wednesday or Friday, 9-11, or any evening, 6.30 to 7.00. 23 2t
ALL men wishing to present articles for consideration for the April number of the Harvard Monthly will confer a favor by having their manuscripts with the secretary on or before March 22.
H. A. PHILLIPS, 28 Holyke St.23 3t
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
STUDENT VOLUNTEER COMMITTEE.- Mr. Birtwell will be unable to keep his office hours and appointments this week.
C. E. NOYES, Sec.