28-6t.WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR SALE. - Whole or half interest in a Boston weekly magazine. This is an exceptional chance for a person who wishes to enter into literary work. Address, Crimson Office.
28-6tTHE Fair Harvard, John Harvard, and Midnight Ride, 1775, Souvenir Spoons, are for sale only by Freeman Taylor, 495 Washington St., Boston.
30-24t.LOST. - Tuesday, a little silver pin in the shape of a heart, marked "Paul." Finder will be rewarded if he returns it to 50 Weld Hall.
30-3t.SPARRING and Wrestling Meeting at Union Hall, Thursday evening. Tickets at Leavitt & Peirce's.
30-2t.GEO. MENDELL TAYLOR, teacher of piano forte and vocal culture. Voices examined. 349 Harvard St.
31-3t.LOST. - Dark brown leather pocket-book containing bills, Bursar's receipt and Co-operative membership ticket. Reward if returned to F. Geit, 54 Mt. Auburn Street.
31-2t.TUTORING in Greek 10.
G. F. ROUILLARD, '94,423 Broadway, 1-1.30, 6-7.30.BICYCLE LOST. - Taken from in front of Memorial Hall last evening, a Singer Safety Bicycle. Any information in regard to same will be gratefully received at 2 Holyoke House.
WILL the person who exchanged sweaters with me about ten days ago please leave mine, (a new one marked H. A. A.) at the Gym. office where he will get his own.
G. L. BATCHELDER.GREEK 10, tutoring. Also freshman and sophomore Greek and Latin courses.
W. M. CANNON, A. B.,
16 Stoughton Hall.