All notices published under this head except "Lost" and "Found" notices must be paid for before insertion.
Bicycle for sale. A full nickelled 52 inch Special Club. Apply janitor of Beck Hall.
Lost-From Memorial, an umbrella, with owner's name inside on the stick. Please return to 20 Holyoke House.
Prof. C. M. Marchand can offer a room in his family to a graduate of Harvard who wishes to acquire the practice of French in Paris. Address, 2 rue de Longchamp Place d' Jena. Prof. Marchand is highly recommended by a prominent member of '83.
Reading of German stories, (those read in Prof. Cook's section,) with special attention to grammar and vocabulary, 7 to 12 P. M. Saturday; 2 to 5 and 7 to 11 P. M., Monday. Books furnished. College House, 27.
Some furniture for sale at 10 Hollis.
Volume I. of an edition of Plutarchs Lives in the original text. Will the finder please return to the library.
Tutoring in freshman German. T. H. Root, 37 Holyoke.
Ladies Restaurant.-Allnutt's Dining and lunch Rooms, 13 Brattle street, will be open through the summer of 1884. There will be a collation served through the whole of class and commencement days. Boarders taken at reasonable rates. F. G. Allnutt, proprietor.
For experienced tutor in Freshman German in the German electives apply or address "G.," 26 Holyoke street.
Club tables.-Tables for the next year can now be engaged by applying to Miss E. M. Cotter, 10 Oxford street. Also, a few rooms to be let. House opened during the vacation.
Dr. E. R. Humphreys desires to state that he has a vacancy for one pupil at present, and that during the summer vacations he will be at home to read with students for freshmen and sophomore examinations in September, and will be assisted by a Harvard Honorman in mathematics and by able teachers in modern languages. He will also then have rooms for two resident pupils. 129 West Chester Park, April 19.