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ENGLISH A AND 7, ECONOMICS 10, TUTORING. - R. E. Gregg '94, The Stanstead, 19 Ware street (near Ware Hall, one minute from the yard). Men are advised to come early.
71 18tFINE ARTS 4, History 1, 10, 11, 12, Tutoring.
W. W. NOLEN,2 Manter Hall.TUTORING. - French, German, Spanish.
J. D. Prindle, A.M., '90,
381 Harvard street.A DESIRABLE club may engage board now for next year, with the exclusive use of a large and attractive dining room. A few seats may be had, also, at a general table.
467 BroadwayALL kinds of typewriting work done quickly and reasonably. Carbon copies furnished. Miss Bangs, 7 Exchange place, Boston. Telephone 1047.
59 mDANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's dancing class, Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. Address, corner of Main and Inman streets. Private lessons.
FOR SALE. - Cutter Whitewing. Waterline length, 32 ft. Built by Lawley, from designs by Watson. Good sailor and comfortable cruiser. Apply to,
C. R. STURGIS,
63 Beacon St., Boston.LOST. - On Holmes Field, Saturday afternoon, briar pipe, bull dog pattern, silver band marked, Broomall and Wogan, W. D. C. Finder can get reward by returning it to 49 Grays.
FOR CLASS DAY Spread. - To rent; a very pretty public hall, just off the square. Apply evenings after eight.
WM. HEALY,1593 Mass. Ave.LOST. - Friday night in College yard, banjeaurine and case. Finder will please return to 36 Conant Hall. $5 reward and no questions asked.
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