POL. ECON. - 4, 1; English 2; German A, C, 1a, 1b; French A, 1a; Latin A, B, C; Greek A, B, C, 2, F; Math. B, E. Tutoring.
11-12 a. m.; 6-7 p. m.
DAVID TAGGART CLARK,3 Stoughton.TO LET. - A very desirable sunny room for 1892-93, in private family. Within one block of Beck Hall.
Address B. F., Crimson office.LOST. - Gold heart with small diamond in centre. Will finder please leave same at Leavitt & Peirce's or No. 3 Grays.
STUDENTS let me call your attention to Arthur Dixwell's book cases and book rests. Just what you need for studies and libraries. See Dixwell's "ad." on editorial page.
LOST. - Thursday afternoon, either in Harvard square, or in the vicinity of the Harvard Bridge. A lady's gold watch with chain and charm attached. Watch has monogram E. G. C. on cover. A reward will be paid by returning same to Thurston's.
TUTORING in Math. B and 2.
N. R. GEORGE,
5 Stoughton.THE Cambridge School, (private-for girls), affords an opportunity for the education of sisters of students. They may be accommodated in Margaret Winthrop Hall. The school is at 20 Mason Street. The Director is Mr. Arthur Gilman. His office is at 10 Garden Street.
67-9tPOLITICAL ECONOMY 1a, 1b, 4, 8; History 13. First Year Pleading, Property, and Contracts. Tutoring.
J. A. BAILEY,
Hollis 2.THE National Pure Food Co.'s Soups on exhibition at my store this week special invitation to Harvard students to test their merits free. Frank P. Merrill, Harvard Square.