Found-A gold watch. Owner can have the same by proving property. L. W. Batten, 17 Hollis.
Lost-Brown overcoat, light weight. Makers' name, Churchill and Bean, inside. Any information gladly received at 33 Holyoke.
One of the cooperative office boys will read translations. Apply at office.
Lost-A silver scarf pin with an ox's head. Finder will confer a favor by leaving at Brock and Leavitt's.
Lost-Gasc's Dict., Smith and Hamilton's French and English Dict., Bracket's Dict., 2nd Vol. of Moliere, 1st Vol. of Corneille. These books were taken from the French department, probably by students for private use. They must be returned immediately.
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.
Lost-A silk umbrella, with wooden handle. Owner's name on end of handle. Please leave at Leavitt and Peirce's.
Tutoring in Philosophy 3. H. Webster, 43 Holyoke.
Tutoring in freshman German. T. H. Root, 37 Holyoke.
Tutoring in Phil. 1 and N. H. 3. L. Litchfield, 17 Thayer. For experienced tutor in Freshman German in the German electives, apply or address "G.," 26 Holyoke street.
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.