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I. C. C. MINSTRELS.- Attention is called to advertisement in another column. Harvard Banjo Club will take part and an excellent entertainment is guaranteed. Secure your tickets at once.

REVIEW GERMAN A.- I shall read the books read in this course and explain difficulties, in my room, Tuesday evening, at 7.15 p. m.

CLIFFORD H. MOORE, 10 Stoughton.100 2t

A CLUB ROOM and few seats at general table. Good food and attention guaranteed.

C. G. BRADT, 16 Oxford St.94 95 96 97 100 101

CRIMINAL LAW.- Tutoring. All examination papers back to 1882. Reviewed.

J. V. SLOAN, 717 Cambridge St.97-6t

JUST arrived from the manufacturers, a special good line of Jerseys, to sell for 95 cents each.

JAMES W. BRINE, 10-11 Harvard Row.

TUTORING in Criminal Law, Thayer's Notes, Chaplin's Notes. Examination papers for six years discussed.

L. P. HOWLAND, 2nd year Law, 27 Irving Street.95 6t

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H. F. BROWN, 12 Stoughton.96-9t

GERMAN A.- Seminar Tuesday evening, Feb. 5th, at 7 o'clock, at Stoughton 9.

H. R. GLEDHILL, E. O. PARKER.HISTORY 1, 11, 12, 15, Fine Arts 3, Political Economy 4, Philosophy 11. Tutoring.

W. W. NOLEN, 6 Little's Block.77 tf

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