STRAW Hats, correct shapes in all the fashionable braids. Agents for "Knox's" celebrated New York hats. L. P. Hollander and Co., Boylston St., and Park Sq., Boston.
LATIN 10, Semitic 12, Philosophy 5, History 1, 11, 12.
WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.84 tf.
WANTED.- Tutor in Fine Arts 7. Address, giving experience, terms, etc., K, CRIMSON office.
ALL members of the graduating class of the college and the Law School who desire the '94 Portfolio are requested to sign at once the blue-books either at Thurston's or the Cooperative.
LEFT in Section G, at Princeton game a black overcoat lined with silk, made by Call and Tuttle. Finder will confer a favor by leaving the same at Leavitt and Perch's.
PHIL. V.- A logical and complete abstract of lectures of last half may be obtained at Room 53 Weld, 2 to 4 p. m. j2, 6, 8, 9, 11
A GROUP picture of all college editors will be taken at Pach's studio, Tuesday, at 1.30 sharp. This picture is for the '94 Portfolio and all editors are urged to be present. 80 tf
ONE single and one double suite are to let in Quincy Hall. Enquire at McNamee's Bindery, 418a Harvard street. 80 tf
DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's Dancing Class, Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Odd Fellows' Hall, Cambridgeport. Private lessons. Residence, cor. Main and Inman Sts. 1y
LOST.- A pair of rimless eye-glasses. Please leave at Foster's. 85 3t
TUTORING and preparation for the finals in French, German, Spanish and Italian.
J. D. PRINDLE, A. M., '91, 36 Mt. Auburn street.86 4t
TUTORING in French 2, History 12 and Government 4.
E. A. HOWES, JR., '94, 18 Stoughton.TUTORING in German A, B, C, 1a, 1b, 1c, 2, 3, 5, 6. French A, 1a, 2, 6. Tutor recommended by the French Department.
W. F. Boos, 12 Weld.85-6 8