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CHANGE OF TIME. - By general request the New York & New England R.R. have agreed to make leaving time of the special train for Springfield 7.40 a. m., instead of 7.00, as printed on the tickets. This will make it more convenient for the men in Cambridge. Returning train will leave Union Station, Springfield, thirty minutes after close of game.
No tickets will be good for the three o'clock train on Friday afternoon unless countersigned by F. L. Woodward.
Any men so desiring may remain over till Monday by having their tickets signed.
Seats will be reserved in parlor cars by sending such request to 22 Perkins Hall before Thursday noon.
TABLE BOARD. - Good board at general table, four dollars per week. Also large front room for club table, six dollars per week, at 45 Mt. Auburn street.
M. CASSIDAY.ENGLISH BULLDOG. - Just imported per S. S. "Carlisle City" (Furness Line), that High Class Bull Bitch, "Petrina" (registered and pedigree), white with brindle mark on head, by Champion "Tinker," out of Nettle. Grand shoulders, enormous scull, perfect body, weight 41 lbs., excellent mother, affectionate, safe, quiet, clean, will make good breeder. She combines the blood of Champion "Alaric" (King Orry's grandfather), Champion "Monarch," "Spartan," Crib and Venice. The above is a kennel companion to "Bayswater Nell," now the property of Newton Kennels. Inspection invited. Apply to Morse's Stable, 1 Dunster St., Cambridge.
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