Special Notice.

THIRD YEAR MEN.- Third year law men get the same reduction on photographs as in former years at Pach's. 59-6

STUDENTS can secure transient or permanent board and rooms for themselves, their relatives and friends visiting Cambridge at this time. Terms reasonable. At 1684 Massachusetts avenue, near Shepard street. Strictly first class.

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THE South-Western Teachers' Burean of Topeka, Kansas, desires to correspond with graduate students and others of successful teaching experience. It has many calls to recommend such in paying positions in the West.

TUTORING.- Mr. Wm. Herbert King, S. B. (M. I. T. '94) will tutor in Mathematics. Two years' experience in teaching and tutoring Mathematics. Highest references. Address, CRIMSON office.


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THE vocal score of Branglebrink is published and it can be had at Briggs and Briggs's, 1274 Massachusetts avenue.

EVERY student finds himself over-burdened with work near the close of the term. Much drudgery may be avoided by having theses, etc., type written by

MISSES SARGENT AND COX, 80 Equitable Building, Boston.61,2 7, 8

GERMAN.- A native teacher from a leading school gives thorough instruction in grammar, literature and conversation.

RICHARD WAGENKNECHT, 36 West Cedar St., Boston.61 4t

FOR SALE.- The c. b. cutter designed by Edward Burgess and built by Lawley in 1890. Length over all, 40 feet; l. w. l., 29.10; beam, 11 ft.; draught, 5 ft.; lead keel of 5.5 tons; two suits of working sails and complete suit of light sails. The yacht is copper-fastened and centreboard sheathed with copper. Running rigging complete. Also and extra set of main halliards of steel wire with blocks for same. For further particulars address,

WM. E. WATERHOUSE, 54 Devonshire street, Boston.59-5tf