Yale has a new symphony orchestra, the first organized in an American university. It is backed by the faculty with an appropriation of $1,500, and is intended to be a permanent organization.
STUDENTS wishing their hair trimmed in the most scientific manner should call at Griffith's Hair Dressing Rooms, 7 Brattle street, Harvard square. Four artists in attendance, all special hair cutters. Razors honed and cared for.
C. W. GRIFFITH, Proprietor.For five years at Young's Hotel, Boston. 2 tf
LOOK HERE!- To Let. Two fine rooms, very convenient and very cheap, at 53 Church street. 26 3t
FOR SALE at $50, Eclipse special, $125 wheel of 1895, little used, good condition.
C. E. OZANNE, 11 Wendell street.26 2t
TUTORING.- Greek, Latin, German. Long and successful experience.
J. H. WALDEN, PH. D., 13 Mt. Auburn street.24 3t
TUTORING for Hour Examination in Greek 10 and Semitic 12. Max Benshimol, A. M., 48 Highland avenue, Cambridge.
LOST, in Harvard square, on Saturday last, a brindle Boston terrier pup, six months old, answering to the name of "Lobbers." Has white mark between his eyes and beneath chin. A reward of $15 and no questions asked for his return to
H. A. PHILLIPS, 28 Holyoke street.31 3t
ST. CHRISTOBAL SALTS are sold by Hubbard the Druggist.
PEABODY CLUB.- 126 Mt. Auburn street. Seats at general table $5 a week. Also room for one club table. 29 6t
TAKE St. Christobal Salts. Cure diseases of the stomach.
TUTORING in German and Italian. Experienced, successful; A1 references. Conversational lessons a specialty. Over two years' study abroad.
W. S. HAYES, 24 College House.29 3t
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
FIRST-CLASS Table Board. 26 Trowbridge street, corner of Harvard. $7.00 per week. 31 4t
TAKE St. Cbristobal Salts. Cure liver trouble.
75cts. for cleansing and pressing your suit; 40cts. for cleansing and pressing your trousers. $9.00 for pressing all your clothes during college year. Strictly first class work. No trouble to call at your room. L. G. MacKeigen, Tailor, 15 Brattle street, just opposite post office. 33 3t
TAKE St. Christobal Salts. Keep the system pure.
DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class for beginners commences Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Private Lessons. Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. 1-e o d-tf
TAKE St. Christobal Salts. Cure headache.
FRENCH CONVERSATION.- Almost instantaneous system of acquiring French colloquially; no text-book; no grammar; greatest labor saving, time-saving system; an infallible method of gaining a "practical" use and full command of all the French verbs and leading idioms, within the compass of 800 words, imparting the power of "thinking" in French and fluency of expression. Trial lesson free. For particulars address Professor Etienne Lambert, 21 Worcester street, Boston. 23 tf
TAKE St. Christobal Salts. Cure indigestion.
READ'S BLOCK, Boylston street. A few suites and single rooms in this favorite building to rent. Apply to janitor. 2 tf
Go to Bartlett's for St. Christobal Salts.
PUFFS are in style, and also the Ascot and Princess ties. We have taken a great deal of care in selecting the choicest patterns that can be obtained for the money.
J. W. BRINE, 1312 and 1436 Mass. Ave.HISTORY 1.- Tutoring for hour examination.
R. R. MILLER, 16 Oxford street.31 2t
After the game is over,
After the battle's done,
Hasten to Boston and Huyler's,
Whether you've lost or won.
College flags in the windows;
Dainties piled up in the store; Between Huyler's goal post
Victors and Vanquished may score. 31 3t
LOST.- A note-book containing notes in Physics 1, Geology 2, etc. Reward for its return to
C. D. DREW, 18 Conant.LOST, at the Carlisle Indian game, a ladies' red umbrella with a porcelain handle. The finder will please leave the same at Thurston's. 33 tf
TUTORING in Government 1, Philosophy 1, Economics 1, History 1, and History 10. Four years' successful experience. Latest notes, etc.
R. W. SPRAGUE, JR., 4 Hollis Hall.33 3t
OUTING for November is a very strong number. Walter Camp, in "Football of '96," gives a masterly review of the situation, along with a forecast of the season. W. B. Curtis contributes an article on "American Amateur Athletes in 1896," which contains portraits, descriptions and performances of the famous men of the year. "Prominent Trotters and Pacers," by E. B. Abercrombie, with portraits of the reigning equine monarchs, is valuable, while "A Gossip on Golf," by Horace G. Hutchinson, author of the Badminton "Golf," will appeal to enthusiasts in the popular sport. The complete story is "The Story of a Penny Pencil," by Sarah Addison Wedderburn, who displays a mastery of the pathetic. "The Canoe Camp at Grindstone," and "Racing Schooners," are by R. B. Burchard. Ed. W. Sandys contributes "Turkey Tracking," while travel sketches, adventures with wild beasts, and a military article, give the needful variety to a most seasonable number.