TUTORING in History 1, History 10, Fine Arts 4, Govt. and Law 17.
C. E. WHITMORE, JR.,
21 Trowbridge St.ENGLISH A AND 7, ECONOMICS 10, TUTORING. - R. E. Gregg '94, The Stanstead, 19 Ware street (near Ware Hall, one minute from the yard). Men are advised to come early.
71 18tFINE ARTS 4, History 1, 10, 11, 12, Tutoring.
W. W. NOLEN,2 Manter Hall.TUTORING. - French, German, Spanish.
J. D. Prindle, A.M., '90,
381 Harvard street.ALL kinds of typewriting work done quickly and reasonably. Carbon copies furnished. Miss Bangs, 7 Exchange place, Boston. Telephone 1047.
59 mTHE few remaining copies of the '95 Index will be sold for ten cents each at Amee's, Thurston's or the Cooperative.
ALL students desiring complimentary copies of this year's Club Book may receive them by sending their names and addresses to
WM. B. WOLFFE, 24 Follen St."The Strollers," the New York amateur club founded at Columbia College in 1886, will give a benefit performance next Tuesday evening at Keith's Bijou Opera House in aid of the Kindergarten for the Blind. The club will appear in two new comedies, "Mother-in-Law" and "Raspberry Shrub." Tickets are for sale at Herrick's, Copley square.
DANCING CLASS. - Mrs. L. J. Chandler's dancing class, Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. Address, corner of Main and Inman streets. Private lessons.
ALL students desiring light, pleasant and lucrative employment for whole or part of the summer call any day between 11 and 12 at 44 Brattle street, room 2.
TUTORING for admission examinations, also in French, German, Spanish and Italian. Boston School of Languages, 88 Boylston street, Boston.