CHESS CLUB.- Men who have entered the handicap chess tournament may learn the odds assigned to them by the executive committee at 25 Grays from 6.30 to 8.30 this evening. If there are any men who by chance have not yet signed, their names and fees will be received likewise at that time.

HARVARD UNION.- The treasurer may be found at 14 Little's on Friday (March 5), Saturday, and Monday, from 1.30 to 2.30. Members who prefer to do so can pay dues by check or in any other way convenient. 15 3t

CRICKET TEAM.- The following men are expected to report in the cage of the Hemenway Gymnasium on Saturday from 1.30 to 3.00: Adams, Scatter-good, Webster, Gray, Logan, Dupont, Hastings, Byrd, Morgan, Kennedy, Rawle, Haughton, Blanchard, Scott, Wells, Waters. Wear rubber-soled shoes.

W. W. COMFORT, Capt.FENCING CLUB.- Any men, not members of the Fencing Club, wishing to try for the team, may upon payment of ten dollars, receive instruction three times a week from Professor Rondelle at the club rooms for the remainder of this year. For further information enquire of A. F. Riggs, 44 Ware Hall. 15 4t

HARVARD UNION.- Ushers for Andrew D. White's lecture be at Sanders Theatre at 7 p. m., Friday.

J. P. HALL.FRENCH PLAY.- Rehearsal of all men trying for parts in the third act of "Le Bourgecis Gentilhomme" in Ware Hall gymnasium today at 4.30 p. m.

L. L. GILLESPIE, Manager.'VARSITY BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal at 6.45 tonight.