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BUY one of the Football Calendars at once; they will not be on sale after this week.

TUTORING in History 1, 10.

C. E. WHITMORE, JR., 12 Hollis Hall.83 tf

HISTORY 1, 9, 10, 12, Latin 10, Government 1, Fine Arts 3, Semitic 12, Philosophy 5. Tutoring.


TYPEWRITTEN notes of lectures in Econ. 1. Price $2.00.

Divinity House 4, E. B. PERRY.95 5t

TUTORING.- English, A, B, 2, 11; Physics, 1-5; Chemistry, A, B, 1, 2a, 2; Mathematics, A to F. Applications by mail.

F. L. MEREDITH, B. S., 8 Ellery St.,

GEOLOGY 4.- Full notes on the course now ready at Thurston's.

SEE Moran's painting "When Phyllis Bowls," in Truth tomorrow. All trains and news-stands.

The Castle Square Opera Company demonstrated on Monday evening beyond the possibility of a doubt that it is the equal of any opera company in America. Verdi's masterpiece, "Il Trovatore," was the opera produced, and the Castle Square Theatre was filled to overflowing with an audience that showed unbounded enthusiasm throughout the performance.

It was an occasion to be proud of. Not only was the opera given in a thoroughly artistic manner, with new scenery, fresh costumes, andc., but there was a hearty spirit of earnestness that pervaded every member of the company-and that is much in these times. Miss Clara Lane never appeared to better advantage. The music is the most difficult she has yet been called upon to sing, filled as it is with top notes and sustained passages that task the vocal ability of any artist. To say that Miss Lane filled the demands of the character is but giving her the praise she deserves. Mr. Murray had the exacting role of Count di Luna, and there was considerable interest among his admirers in his rendition of the part. But Mr. Murray rose to the occasion, which is the hardest task he will ever be called upon to perform. The Count's music was given with immense force and convincing fervor. Mr. Murray always fills the imagination of his audience-he rarely oversteps, and in repose continually suggests the fervor and vindictive spirit of the Count.

Mr. Persee was never in better voice and his solos were evenly given-the tower scene, "Do Not Forget Me," being imperatively demanded. Miss Leighton's Azucena, the old witch hag who deals in flames and torture, was a rugged picture that one cannot easily forget. Her music was superbly rendered. Mr. Wolff filled the role of Fernando. Mr. Wooley made his reappearance in Rinz.

PROF. C. G. JEFFERSON of New York, champion heavy weight lifter of the world, is exhibiting at Thurston's the celebrated McFadden system of physical training. Mr. Jefferson may be seen daily between 10 a. m. and 9 p. m.

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ALL graduates of '94 and '95 who have not yet received copies of the Portfolio for '94 or '95 may recive them by writing W. B. Wolffe.

A shoe made on a Crawford Last feels better, wears better, looks better and keeps its shape better than any other shoe.

CALENDARS FOR 1896.- Size 11x14 in., envelope to fit. Beautiful picture of the Harvard Football Team, large engraved calendar pad. Very neat. Price 25 cts. For sale at Leavitt and Peirce's, Thurston's, Amee Bros.'s, and the Cooperative.

TUTORING in Greek and Latin, German A and B, and Spanish 1.

W. M. CANNON, A. M., 18 Sumner street.93 5t

TUTORING.- History 1, 10; Economics 1; Government and Law 1; and Geology 4.

C. A. ROSS '96, 6 College House.88 20t

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DANCING CLASSES. Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class opens as follows: Cambridgeport, Odd Fellows Hall, Tuesdays, 8 p. m. Residence, corner Mass. Ave. and Inman st. Private lessons by appointment.

MISS L. L. BANGS, Stenographer and Copyist, 7 Exchange Place, Room 20 Boston. Carbon and Mimeograph copies furnished. Terms reasonable.


TUTORING in Physics B, C, 1, Math. A, D, Engineering 1a, Spanish 1, Italian 1, Ger. A, Latin A. Fifth year as tutor. Make early engagements.

A. E. DOUCETTE, 8 Thayer Hall.92 3t

TUTORING in Economics 1, 5, 6, and 9; Philosophy 1; and History 13.

F. W. DALLINGER, A. M., 4 Stoughton.92 3t

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