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The Military Company, Cambridge City Guard, formerly commanded by Col. W. A. Bancroft, are holding a fair in Lyceum Hall. Be sure you visit it and see what they offer on sale. Have you seen the "Expert" Columbia Bicycle, the billiard cue, Fairbanks and Cole banjo, Winchester repeating rifle on shares at this fair. If you are a marksman try for the Ballard rifle at the shooting gallery connected with the fair. The fair closes Saturday evening.

Mr. Geo. W. Cable, the distinguished novelist, will give one reading from his own works in Lyceum Hall, Cambridge, on Wednesday Evening, Dec. 12, at 8 o'clock. Whole house reserved. Tickets at $1.00 and 75 cents, according to location, are for sale at the University book store.

Wanted-Notes copied. Apply at 6 H'y.

Lost-A library copy of "Wit and Wisdom of Lord Lytton." Please leave at 6 H'y.

Tutoring in Freshman German. J. P. Miner, Divinity 1.

One more club of twelve or fourteen students can obtain board by applying at Mrs. T. H. Brewer's, 1 Brattle Sq. Room formerly occupied by University Foot Ball team.

Have you bought that Newmarket yet? H. Landon Hurlbert, tailor, 125 Tremont street, Boston, recommends this garment as the swell coat for young men.

Mr. E. J. Ferris, has finally consented to take classes in sparring to consist of four members each. Terms: twenty-four lessons (private) $20; twenty-four lessons (in classes) $15. Those wishing to enter the winter sports should commence at once. Hours, 9 A. M. to 6 P. M., over Ramsay's drug store.

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