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We understand that Mr. F. L. Dunne, the prominent Boston tailor, who has for years past catered so successfully to the wants of Harvard men, is to send an agent West in the spring for the purpose of advancing his trade interests in that section of the country. Mr. Dunne has always had uniform success with his patrons and has established a reputation among college men which places his firm in the front rank of the merchant tailors who supply the demand made by students of the country for exclusive and novel goods.

TUTORING in Math. A, C, D and G.

K. B. EMERSON, 37 Trowbridge Street.j31 1t

I WILL tutor in the following courses: Pol. Econ. 1 and 4; Hist. 12, Phil. 2 and Freshman German; and will carefully review each course the evening before the examination.

H. B. BARBER, 12 Holworthy.j31 6t eod


SEMINAR in Hist. 1, Monday evening at 7.30, in my room. An outline of the course and a map will be given to every man attending.

GEO. L. HUNTER, 38 Grays.j28 3t

GERMAN.- Tutoring in all courses by GEORG RODEMANN, A. M., formerly of Berlin University, 46 Mt. Auburn St. j28 6t

N. H. 4, History 1, History 2, Music 3, Hill's Rhetoric Abstract. Printed Notes at Wheeler's Printing Office, 416 Harvard street. j27 6t

ENGLISH A.- Tutoring. The method employed will follow closely the plan of the work in the class.

H. B. LATHROP, 24 College House.j27 6t

TUTORING in Political Economy 1; also (with seminar on eve of examination) in Pol. Econ. 4, History 12.

W. ALEXANDER, 24 Read's Block.jan 26 6t

PHYSICS B.- Tutoring done in this course by M. L. BRUUER, 63 College House. j25 6t

TUTORING in Pol. Econ. 1 by W. P. ELKINS, 52 College House. No charge if student fails to pass the examination. j25 4t