Special Notice.

WILL C please call at this office for answers to his notice?

TUTORING.- English A, History 1, 10 and 13; Philosophy 1 and Economics 1.

R. W. SPRAGUE, A. B., 4 Hollis Hall.82 4t

ENGLISH 7.- Full typewritten notes of all the lectures and biographies of the authors will be on sale at Amee's, Wednesday, June 2. Price $2.25. 82 2t

HAIR CUTTING reduced to a science. Any professor or student having hair that is stubborn or difficult to brush should call at Griffith's Hair Dressing Rooms, 7 Brattle Street, Harvard Square. Razors carefully honed.

C. W. GRIFFITHS, Proprietor.HANOVER, GERMANY.- An opportunity for residence in a German family, with special advantages for learning German. Reasonable prices ($22.50-$35.00 a month). Best of accomodations. Reference: Dr. G. A. Bacon, 172 Tremont Street, Boston, or Professor Th. Parrott, Princeton, N. J. j24

ENGLISH CUTTER "Daisy" For Sale.- Designed by Joseph Soper; built at Southampton; excellent cruising boat; complete equipment; 32 ft. overall, 25 ft. water line, 8 ft. 6 in. beam, 5 ft. 9 in. draft. Price $700. Apply to B. B. Crowninshield, 31 State Street, Boston, Mass. 67 8

ANYONE intending going to Poughkeepsie to witness the boat races June 25 will do well to consult the Boston and Albany Railroad's time table. Tickets for the round trip $6.50. See their ad, in another column. 78 tf

HARVARD ADMISSION.- English, History, Mathematics, Latin, Greek. Special preparation for college condition and entrance examinations. Summer engagements near Cambridge. Austin Phelps Dean, 9 Remington street, Cambridge. 72 10 t

MRS. RANSFORD, 22 Prescott street, has a few seats at general table and will have a club room vacant after the 'Varsity crew leave for Poughkeepsie. Students and their friends can be accommodated during class week. 78 tf

TO LET, in Read's Block, Boylston street, a few double and single suites in this favorite block at moderate rent. On the newly widened avenue near the College and convenient to boat houses and Soldiers Field. Apply to janitor. 79 tf

TUTORING.- English 7; Semitic 6, 12; History 1, 9, 10, 12; Greek 10; Philosophy 5; Fine Arts 4.

WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.68 tf

TUTORING.- Geology 4, 14; Phil. 1; Physics 1, 2, 6; Chemistry 1, 3, 4, 5.

F. L. MEREDITH, S. B., 10 Appian Way.68 tf

CLUB HOUSE TO LET.- The house, 77 Mt. Auburn street, near Holyoke street, will be repaired to suit tenant. Apply to

M. P. WHITE, 53 Devonshire St., Boston.81 3t

TICKETS to all points West via Boston and Albany, New York Central, Lake Shore, Michigan Central, Big Four and connections. Berths and information may be obtained from

H. F. LUNT AND W. F. LLOYD, 27 Thayer Hall.Office hours, 6.30-7.30 p. m. 81 tf

MALLORY S. S. LINES.- Special rates from New York to Georgia, Florida and Texas will be made to students travelling by this line who present a letter from the Dean certifying that they are attending the University. Tickets can be obtained and reservations made at 366 Washington street, Boston.

ARTHUR SINCLAIR JR., Agent.73 10ws

A SUMMER IN THE NORTH.- I shall take a small party to Baffin Land this summer for two months' hunting and sightseeing in and about Frobisher Bay. This country lies west of Davis Straits and north of Labrador and Hudson's Straits, inhabited only by eskimos and abounding in game. Walrus, bear and seal are found in Frobisher Bay, while the interior is the resort of reindeer.

The party will go north on Lieutenant Peary's ship, leaving Boston the first week in July and returning the last of September.

The fact that a ship is to stop at Baffin Land this summer makes it an exceptional opportunity for sportsmen to visit this heretofore inaccessible country. For expenses and further particulars, address

RUSSELL W. PORTER, 17 Russell Avenue, Watertown, Mass.80 6t