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MALLORY S. S. LINES.- Special rates from New York to Georgia, Florida and Texas will be made to students travelling by this line who present a letter from the Dean certifying that they are attending the University. Tickets can be obtained and reservations made at 366 Washington street, Boston.

ARTHUR SINCLAIR JR., Agent.73 10ws

HANOVER, GERMANY.- An opportunity for residence in a German family, with special advantages for learning German. Reasonable prices ($22.50-$35.00 a month). Best of accommodations. Reference: Dr. G. A. Bacon, 172 Tremont Street, Boston, or Professor Th. Parrott, Princeton, N. J. j24

THE Boston and Albany R. R. will run special train to Poughkeepsie and return, on June 25, account of the Boat Races. Train will leave Kneeland Street Station at 1 a. m., due Albany 7.15 a. m., where ample time will be allowed for breakfast, due Poughkeepsie 10 a. m. Returning, train will leave Poughkeepsie at 8.30 p. m. Fare for round trip, $6.50. Sleeping berth, $3.00 for round trip.

Special sleeping cars may be chartered for parties of twenty-five or more, either one way or for the round trip. For further particulars apply to A. S. Hanson, General Passenger Agent, Boston.

TUTORING.- English 7; Semitic 6, 12; History 1, 9, 10, 12; Greek 10; Philosophy 5; Fine Arts 4.

WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.68 tf

POUGHKEEPSIE.- Tickets and berths, one way, to accommodate those who do not wish to return to Boston, can be purchased at Leavitt and Peirce's.

FOR POUGHKEEPSIE.- Students desiring to go to the races via New York may learn rates at Thurston's. 92 tf

TO LET, in Read's Block, Boylston street, a few double and single suites in this favorite block at moderate rent. On the newly widened avenue near the College and convenient to boat houses and Soldiers Field. Apply to janitor.

79 tf

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND. Hotel Bellevue. Excellent cuisine. Large garden. Moderate pension rates.

J. SUTTERLIN, Proprietor and Manager.88 tf

MRS. RANSFORD, 22 Prescott street, has a few seats at general table and will have a club room vacant after the 'Varsity crew leave for Poughkeepsie. Students and their friends can be accommodated during class week. 78 tf

A WORD TO THE WISE.- Gentlemen desiring high-grade tailoring at the most reasonable prices will find it to their advantage to examine our stock and obtain our prices before ordering their clothes elsewhere. We guarantee quality, fit and workmanship.

UNIVERSITY TAILORING Co., 1116 Massachusetts Ave.88 tf

FOR SALE.- A new 441 Washburn Banjo which has never been used. Owner paid $40 for the instrument, but will sell cheap for cash. A great chance to get one of the best banjos made very cheap. Address X, Crimson Office. 87 tf

TICKETS to all points West via Boston and Albany, New York Central, Lake Shore, Michigan Central, Big Four and connections. Berths and information may be obtained from

H. F. LUNT AND W. F. LLOYD, 27 Thayer Hall.Office hours, 6.30-7.30 p. m. 81 tf

LOST, from 48 Brattle street, a light silk lined covert coat. Reward and no questions asked if returned to above address. 96 tf

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