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To Let-No. 30 Felton, at a discount. Apply at No. 3 Weld, between 1.30 and 2 P. M.
SPARRING ROOM, Hemenway Gymnasium. Professor Ferris desires all pupils to arrange time as soon as possible. Hours from 9 A. M. to 6 P. M.
LOST-A banjo, (Dobson maker,) in a red flannel case. The finder will be rewarded by returning the same to 78 Mt. Auburn st., and no questions will be asked.
Mr. T. F. Martin will give instruction to Harvard students in club swinging and juggling. His pupils have successfully competed in the winter meetings and other amateur exhibitions. Address, T. Martin, 22 Spark st.
WANTED-If the gentleman who wrote the article for the Crimson entitled "The University in a Worldly Point of View," would kindly send his name to the editors he would greatly oblige.
TO STUDENTS-A lady would like a club of about eight students to board; also, large furnished rooms to let near Cambridge Park. For particulars apply to MRS. TRIPP, 1 Winthrop square, Cambridge.
J. F. Noera has leased the rooms above his store, formerly occupied by Peter Martin, tailor. He has refitted the place for the manufacture of athletic and tennis goods, and continues the old trade, pressing, cleansing, repairing and dyeing clothes. 436 Harvard street.
FOR SALE-4 St. Bernard dog pups, 6 weeks old, warranted fine stock. The sire a prize. The mother imported from Tete Hoire by the present owner. The sire, mother and pups, may all be seen. Those wishing to purchase the dogs may call at 78 Mt. Auburn st, between 2 and 3 o'clock today or at 12 Thursday.