TUTORING for the hour examination in Greek 10.
DANCING.- Harvard gentlemen desiring to learn or practice the polite art will do well to address Mr. and Mrs. Black, 159 Mass. avenue, near Boylston street, Boston. Circulars mailed. 18 20
EIDER-DOWN robes are warm and wear just as long as the blanket wraps which cost three times as much. We can show you a large variety of patterns in both eider-down and Turkish toweling at prices ranging from $2.00 to $7.00.
MRS. RANSFORD, of 22 Prescott street, will have a training table vacant on Nov. 21. Immediate application for a club table should be made. 44 6t
TUTORING in Mathematics. Preparatory or college work. Graduate student. Fellow in Mathematics, University of Chicago, 1895. Experienced.
STUDENTS desiring to join an Artists' Life Class, held in Boston Thursday evenings, apply to F. A. Fewkes, 146 Lincoln street, Boston, before November 27, 1896. 44 tf.
$60.00 BONUS on $150.00 room. Furnished, steam heated. Two minutes from college. South-east corner exposure. Apply at 18 Story street, evenings after 7.30. 49 3t
WILL the owner of the gold spectacles, which were advertised in this paper some time ago, call at the CRIMSON office for them. tf
CLUB TABLES can now be accommodated at 1388 Mass. Ave., Harvard square. Building remodelled and newly furnished. Pleasantest club rooms in Cambridge. Inquire at restaurant.
TUTORING.- Greek, Latin, German. Careful and thorough instruction.
TODAY'S Menu of the Table d'hote dinner at the French Restaurant, 3 Linden St., near Mass. Ave, from 12 to 2 and 6 to 7 p. m., 50 cents: Soup: Puree of Peas aux Croutons. Fish: Escalloped Oysters. Joints: Boiled Fowl, Celery Sauce; Roast Beef. Entree: Chicken Liver, with Mushrooms. Vegetables: Squash, Delmonico Potatoes. Dessert: Charlotte russe. Coffee. Boarders wanted. A nice club room with first-class board.