LOST. - Note book covers containing loose sheets of Fine Arts 4 notes. Finder please notify C. H. Slade.
8 FOXCROFT.TUTORING in History I, II, XII, and Physics B.
C. H. LINCOLN,
25 Weld.TUTORING in Pol. Econ. 1 and 4, and History 12.
W. PAUL, '89,Address Box 17. Cambridge.ENGLISH A. - Tutoring in the principles of rhetoric.
J. W. SMITH,
12 Weld.TUTORING in Botany 2.
J. W. FOLSOM.
Address, 37 Inman St.
22-25.LOST. - A check for $21.00 drawn on bank of Republic, St. Louis; probably in University 6. Finder will receive suitable reward if he will kindly return the check to
L. F. CULVER, W., 45.TUTORING in German A, B, C and E and other German courses.
D. BLANSTEIN,54 College House.CHEM. A. - The New Chemistry pages 28-236 will be read with comments at 7 p. m, Fee $2.00.
30 HOLLIS.PHILOSOPHY 1. - Men who wish to review the Logic with me are reminded that they must make arrangements at once.
FRANK B. BRANDT,HARVARD UNION. - The subject for the Harvard Union debate Friday evening when the speakers for the Yale debate will be chosen is the same as that of English 6 this afternoon, namely, on the "Federal Election Bill."
J. M. PERKINS,President.