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STUDENTS ROOMS.- Read's Dormitory, Boylston St., near College buildings. This avenue leads to Soldier's Athletic Field, Boat Houses and Cambridge Park. A few suites, parlor and two bed rooms and single rooms. Steam heat, bath rooms, hot and cold water. Prices very moderate. Apply to Janitor, Boyston St. 2 tf

THE question has been asked how can Newman sell such fine looking shoes for $3.00. Gentlemen, it is easy to answer, he has decided to sell them for cash. Now you have it in a nut shell. Call and see the shoes.


THE University Cafe will open Friday, October 8. 18 meal tickets $5.00. Regular breakfast, 25 cents; lunch 25 cents; dinner 35 cents. Steaks and chops a specialty. Schmidt and Owen, (two years with the Nahant Club), 77 Mt. Auburn St., opposite A. D. Club. 9 2

AN instructor of boxing has been appointed at the Gym. Persons wishing to make arrangements with him may do so in the afternoon after 2. 10 2

A MEMBER of the class of 1901 wishes to room with some one desiring a roommate. Can give best of references. Address "V," Crimson office.

JOSEPH J. TRACEY, caterer, 1190 Mass. Ave. Dining rooms for transients. Rooms for club tables. Good service, excellent board. Catering in all its branches given personal attention. Opposite Beck Hall. 7 tf

'98, '99, 1900, 1901.- An opportunity to keep your clothes in perfect condition. We will sponge, press and repair three pieces each week for $9 for the college year. We have 2000 clients. H. Alexander, 149 Kingston street, Boston. 10 3

SOUVENIRS! Every Harvard man wants one. But the quantity is limited. We refer to our exact reproduction of the "Harvard Seal." The copy is 8x8 inches in diameter, the "Veritas" being in ivory white, with a crimson and gold setting. The effect is most attractive. If framed makes a beautiful wall decoration for your room. Furthermore, it would be most appropriate to keep as a souvenir of your undergraduate days. This is a genuine opportunity to secure a first class copy of the seal. The price is very low, only 50 cents. The quality of the dye is perfect and the copies are very fine. Furnishing Department, Jordan, Marsh and Co., Washington St., Boston.

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