'VARSITY BASEBALL.- The following men must be at the Gymnasium this afternoon to be examined by Dr. Sargent. It is very necessary that the men take their examinations today, owing to the Andover game on Saturday.
Haughton, 2 o'clock; Burgess, 2.06; Lynch, 2.12; Rand, 2.18; McCornick, 2.24; Laughlin, 2.30; Fitz, 2.36; Morse, 2.42; Hayes, 2.48; Chandler, 2.54; Foster, 3; Reid, 3.06; Buckman, 3.12; Pote, 3.18; Cozzens, 3.24; Davis, 3.30.
Squad be on Holmes Field at 3.30, as usual.
COLLEGE NINE.- Practice on Soldiers Field at 3.30.
FRESHMAN BASEBALL.- Practice on Soldiers Field at 3.30 sharp.
ST. PAUL'S SOCIETY.- Mr. J. H. Ropes, instructor in the Divinity School, will speak at the regular monthly smoke talk to be held in Little's 8 on Thursday, March 31, at 8 o'clock.
FRESHMAN BANJO CLUB.- Rehearsal tonight at 8 o'clock, 4 Apley court.
FRENCH PLAY-Rehearsal of the whole play at 4.30 in Craigie Inn.
FRESHMAN MANDOLIN CLUB.- Rehearsal at 7.00 in L. S. S. Everyone must be present.
FRENCH PLAY BALLET.- Rehearsal tonight at Craigie Inn. Doctor's and Nurse's Dance, 7.15 p. m. Wedding Dance, 8 p. m. Sabots need not report till Friday.
CHESS CLUB.- Match tonight with the Boston Union, rooms next to the Hotel Touraine. Following men be at car station at 7.15: Southard, Webster, Hewins, Fay, Clerk, Michelson, Arensberg, Ffoulke, Davis, Kahn, Catchings and Cole.
WELD 1901 CREW.- First crew row at 3.30; second at 4.
'98 WELD CREW.- Second crew row at 3.45.
THE 'Varsity Banjo Club trial postponed to Monday, April 4, at 8 p. m. at 68 Mt. Auburn street. Banjos are especially needed on the club.