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Lost. - Stylographic pen. Finder please give address, or leave at 57 Thayer.

Short-hand reporter wanted for a couple of hours, one or two afternoons in the week. Need not all be verbatim work. Apply to W. James, 18 Garden St., any day before noon.

J. W. Brine, importer of English straw hats, all styles; English flannel caps, all colors; English striped coats, all colors; English flannel tennis pants, four grades to order; English ties, all shades; Franklin expert racquets; tennis balls, at wholesale prices; tennis shoes and base-ball shoes; tennis suits. J. W. Brine 10 and 11 Harvard Row.

Mr. E. Wallner of Norwich, Conn., would like to take with him on a walking tour in Switzerland, two or three young men. He would leave - say July 1, and return towards the end of September. He is a native of Geneva, and knows thoroughly how to travel with comfort, pleasure, and economy. He refers by permission to Prof. Lanman.

Will the gentleman who last year engaged No. 66 T. for this coming class-day, please call at the room before May 5th.

Awnings in latest patterns made at short notice and put up. Furniture packed and shipped and stored at low rates, by Lee L. Powers, 420 Harvard St. Good prices paid for second-hand furniture.

Just received from England, 24 dozen assorted striped Flannel Caps, 475 yards striped Flannel, 350 yards French Flannel. I keep on hand the largest assortment of domestic Flannel. I am ready to take orders for Flannel Suits. Please call and examine. J. F. Noera, 436 Harvard Street.