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History 1, 10, 11, 12, 15, Philosophy 11, Political Economy 4, Fine Arts 4. Tutoring.

WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 2 Manter hall.84 tf

Philosophy 11. Course will be reviewed this (Tuesday) evening in Manter 2 beginning at 8 p. m.

WILLIAM H. NOLEN.28 tf

Tutoring. Philosophy 2, Chemistry, German and French. Call evenings at 3 College House, during the day at 4 Boylston Hall.

S. F. SWINBURNE.28 1t

Corrected exercise books of French I, section A, will be found in Sever 19.

LOST.- In college yard last Friday night, bull-terrier pup, all white, except black spot around one eye. Finder will be suitably rewarded by returning to 15 Hilton, 98 2t

Tutoring in Mathematics, French and Chemistry.

PERRY LAWTON, 25 Hollis hall.95 3

Tutoring in Chemistry A, B, and 1; German A; French A and 1; Natural History 2, 4, and 8.

CHARLES L. MIX, '90, 57 College House.95 3

Political Economy 1, History 2. Tutoring.

J. A. BAILEY, 31 Stoughton.94 4t

Tutoring in German A, French A, and I.

J. E. SPURR, '92, 9 College House.tf

Tutoring in History 2 and 12, Pol. Econ. 1 and 4, Phil. 11. Seminars.

W. ALEXANDER, '87, 24 Reed's Block.93-6t

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