TUTORING. - Economics 1a, 1b, 4, and 6; Government 4, and 12.
J. A. BAILEY JR.F. W. DALLINGER.
1 Hilton.YALE'S DISADVANTAGES. - She has not eight quick sail or rail-and-water routes to the World's Fair, as I have. Stop at Washington D. C., Niagara Falls, White Mts. $13.60 saved. Tickets to all points west. Please call before I leave, June 20.
R. F. WOODWARD, Harvard Agt.8 College Ho.
PHIL. 5. - Review, Saturday 3 to 5, Ethics of the Labor Question. 8 to 10 Ethics of the Drink Question; Shaffle and Taylor. Type written synopsis of lectures and books given with reviews.
W. A. CLARK '93,W. E. CADMUS Gr.,Hollis 22.PHILOSOPHY 5. - A brief review will be given this evening beginning at 7.15 p.m. in Manter 2. Fee $4. Gentlemen will confer a favor by not opening accounts for reviews.
W. W. NOLEN.PHIL. III. - Tutoring.
B. SIDIS,50 College House.GOVERNMENT. 4 - Seminars, today I at 2 p.m., Hall, Part III and cases, II at 7.30 p.m. Part IV and cases. Fee $3 for each part.
F. W. DALLINGER,1 Hilton.BEFORE going to Wellesley Float, get a good shine from Edward Brooks, next to Sawin's Express Office.
PHIL. 5. - Type written synopsis of lectures containing logical connection and illustrations, with abstract of Sedley Taylor and Shaffle $2.50.
22 Hollis.ECONOMICS 4 Seminars, Monday. I at 2 p.m. to Decline of American Navigation. II at 7.30 p.m. Remainder of Course. Fee for each $2.50.
J. A. BAILEY,