P. L. HORNE '92,
Stoughton 11.TUTORING in Political Economy 4; Fine Arts 4; Greek 10; Chemistry 2; History 1, 2, 11, 12, 13, 15.
WILLIAM W. NOLEN,
2 Manter Hall.POLITICAL Economy 1, Political Economy 4, History 2, History 13, Political Economy 6. Tutoring.
J. A. BAILEY,
Hollis 2.TUTORING in Math. A and D, Physics B.
A. E. DOUCETTE,
18 Hollis.TUTORING in Mathematics A, D, 1, 2; German A; Chemistry A, and Philosophy 1.
G. A. HILL,
866 Main St., near Beck Hall.ENGLISH A. - A seminar will be given on Monday, Feb. 1., in Grays 27. The work of the first half-year will be carefully reviewed. Fee $2.00. 7 p.m.
G. R. NOYES.
E. K. RAND.HISTORY 13. - Seminars Monday, I at 2 p.m. to 1789 including reading; II at 7.30 p.m. from 1789 to the end. Fee for each $2.50.
J. A. BAILEY,
Hollis 2.ENGLISH A. - A thorough review of Principles of Rhetoric with application for criticism will be given at 2.30 and at 7.30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 1, at 7 Bow St. Fee $1.50.
A. P. DEAN, '94.
A. W. LESLIE '94.CHEM. I. - I shall be in my room all day Monday, Feb. 1, to arrange dates for those who wish to review Chem. 1 work.
F. B. GALLIVAN,
30 Hollis.MISS O. L. JOST, STENOGRAPHER, 10 Dana St., Cambridge, will form a class in the Isaac Pitman System of Shorthand, Tuesday evening, Feb. 2, 1892, at 7.30 o'clock, at the above address. Full particulars upon application.
References as teacher, past pupils now in position in Boston and other cities. References as Stenographer, Hon. Jas. G. Blaine; Travelers Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn.; International S. S. Co., Boston.
HISTORY 13 Seminars. - Monday 2-5 and 7.30-10 p.m. I a thorough review by administration (1789-1829). Comparison of leading authors. II Origin of constitution and discussion of constitutional questions. Map questions, Boundaries - conflicting claims over Western Territory.
J. M. PERKINS.R. WOODWORTH.4 Stoughton.TO LET. - 15 Holyoke House, one of the most desirable suites in the building. For terms apply at 27 Beck Hall.
2tTUTORING, English 2, 9, German A, 1a.
J. G. HART,
22 College Ho.