WILLIAM W. NOLEN,
2 Manter Hall.TUTORING in Greek, Latin and German, also for the entrance examinations. Address,
J. M. PATON, PH.D,
2 Riedesel Avenue.WE have found after many years that in photographing rooms or interior work of any kind, much better results can be obtained when the ground is covered with snow, give a soft diffused light in many rooms that would without snow make hard black and white effects. We trust that all the men who desire work of this kind will take advantage of this tip at once. No better souvenir can be had of college than a well made picture of one's room. Appointments can be made now at Pach's Studio.
H. Wm. Tupper, Manager.BELCHER'S Dining Room, Lyceum Building, Harvard square. Board $7.00 per week.
6 tfTUTORING in French A, 1a, 1c and 2. Approved tutor of French Department. Tutoring also in Econ. 1, Hist. 1, Phil. 1, and Geol. 4.
H. C. MIX '96,
60 College House.DANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's dancing class, Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday, Oct. 9. Address, corner of Main and Inman streets. Private lessons.
1 tfTHE HARVARD INDEX for 1894-95 has been reduced in price from 75 cents to 50 cents. For sale at Thurston's, Amee's and the Cooperative.
TUTORING in Physics B, Physics C, Physics I, Math. A, Math. D, Engineering 1a. Make early engagements. Three years' experience as tutor.
A. E. DOUCETTE,
24 College House.MR. WALLACE JONES, of Radford Jones & Co., Tailors, 32 George Street, Hanover Square, London, W., will be at Young's Hotel for the week commencing Jan. 21 to Jan. 26 inst. Office hours 9 to 5. Appointments at the hotel. Will be in Cambridge on the 28th and 29th. Appointments at Cambridge by letter.
MRS. ERVING WINSLOW'S Readings in Cambridge at the house of Mrs. Joseph B. Warner, 153 Brattle street, Jan. 25, Jan. 31, and at Messrs. Browne and Nichols's school house, Garden street, Feb. 7, 8 p.m. Course tickets, two dollars.