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HARVARD MEN.- Ducharme's barber shop is the only one reserved for your patronage in Cambridge. For years with Young's Hotel. Now post office block. At popular prices. Bring your razors for sharpening, etc. 2 tf

TYPEWRITING, W. E. Weaver '98, 44 College House

CLARKE AND PHELPS. Caterers, 102 Chestnut street, Boston, or 1120 Massachusetts avenue, Cambridge. We are open to cater for Class Day Spreads and any communication will receive prompt attention. 1

A SPECIAL offer to the Harvard students this season. The best suit for value ever offered at twenty-five dollars. Call and examine. L. Pinkos, Tailor, 1122 Mass. Ave., Cambridge. tf

BOXING.- Do you want to take boxing lessons? If so there is no better man than Wm. S. Gordon, who has been appointed instructor at the Gymnasium. Lessons at Gymnasium or at rooms. Wm. S. Gordon, 74 Boylston Street, Boston. 27 tf

The old stand at Foster's is the best place in Cambridge to get a good lunch. All kinds of temperance drinks. 7 tf

TUTORING for Finals and other Exams.- French A, 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2c, 6c, 6. German A, B, C, 1a, 1b, 1c, E, F, G, 2.

E. T. LAMBERT, A. B., 15 Remington St., Oppo. Ware HallA full line of low and high shoes, black, tan and patent, prices $3.50 to $8.00, at Newman's.

PRESCOTT HALL.- A few suites for next year; study, two bed-rooms and bath-room with outside window; gymnasium and shower in basement; prices reduced. Apply to janitor or to Ellis and Melledge.

We have a complete line in stock ready to fit any foot in sizes 5 to 12 in widths AA to E in Gentlemen's Shoes in tan, black calf and patent leather, high and low cut. Our prices are $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5.00, $6, $7, $8. Co-operative discount on all cash sales. Highest grade shoes in the country and our prices are right. College men will please ask for the cash discount, as we give it only to students.

NEWMAN THE SHOEMAN, Fine Shoes and Harvard Bicycles.TUTORING in Mathematics and German. Also in subjects for entrance examinations.

HENRY L. COAR, A. M., 81 Oxford street.1 4

PACH BROS. have a few cameras that they will sell at cost rather than carry them over until another season. Call and see them.

GEO. T. MOFFATT, Stenographer. Typewriting and Manifolding. Crimson office.

A perfectly new Washburn banjo for sale very cheap. This is a great bargain and anyone wishing to secure such an instrument would do well to call at Briggs and Briggs Music Store.

PARK THEATRE, Eugene Tompkins Lessee and Manager.- Baseball by Automaton players every afternoon the Bostons play away from home. Smoking allowed. Admission 25 cents.

STUDENTS.- Buy and Sell your College Text Books at the Harvard Book Store, 33 Brattle St. 1tf

STUDENTS' ROOMS, Post Office Building, Boylston street, leading from Harvard Square to Soldiers Field, the Boat Houses and the Park; very central. Suites of Parlor and two Bed-rooms, Parlor and Single Room, and Single Rooms. Bath Rooms, hot and cold water. Steam Heat just put in each room of this building. Prices very moderate. Apply to Janitor or to C. C. Read, 31 State St., Boston.

SPREADS.- Cook serves a reasonable priced-satisfactory spread. The largest spreads in the Yard were furnished by him last year.

ENTRANCE SUBJECTS.- Instruction in all entrance requirements by competent teachers of long experience. Laboratory facilities in physics and chemistry. Instruction preparatory to the removal of mathematical conditions a specialty.

WILLIAM W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.1 5

ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS.- Preparations for entrance examinations. Experience; personal attention.

E. GORDON PARKER, 16 Dunster Hall.1 2

A SPECIAL Class Day dinner, best in Cambridge, will be served from half-past eleven till three o'clock at Harvard Cafe, 1388 Mass. avenue. Right in Harvard square. 3

SEND your Bulls-Eye Film this summer to me by mail prepaid and postpaid and I will develop it for 20 cents, print it for 50 cents, and mail to you, total 75 cents. E. W. Lundahl, 58 Winter street, Boston. 3

BOARD AND ROOMS.- Homelike accommodations during this week at 357 Harvard St, Several pleasant rooms to let. Good board at 357 Harvard St. Fourth block from Yard. Rooms from $1.50 to $4.50. Board $5 per week. 2 2

WANTED.- Two Statue tickets. State price. Address X. Y. Z., Crimson office.

CAMBRIDGE SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST Co.- No. 1300 Mass. avenue. Excellent facilities for the storage of silver and valuables. Boxes to rent, $10 per year. Deposits received subject to check and collections made in all parts of the U. S. t

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