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STUDENTS wishing their hair trimmed in the most scientific manner should call at Griffith's Hair Dressing Room, 7 Brattle street, Harvard square. Four artists in attendance, all special hair cutters. Razors honed and cared for.

C. W. GRIFFITH, Proprietor.For five years at Young's Hotel, Boston. 2 tf

IMPORTANT: Suits cleansed and pressed for 75c.; trousers 20c.; and one suit, once a week until June 30, '97, for $7.00. Called for and returned in a satisfactory manner. Drop postal. L. G. MacKeigan, Tailor, 15 Brattle street, just opposite Post Office. 72 tf

WANTED.- Regular or occasional work pressing and repairing clothes. Mending of all kinds. Well recommended. Address, Mrs. M. Dempsey, 475 Rindge Avenue. 86 tf

DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. L. J. Chandler's class for beginners commences Tuesday, at 8 p. m. Private Lessons. Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport. 1-e o d-tf

"JUST out, an Edition de Luxe of Kipling." Thistle Ed. of Stevenson, Sabine Edition of Eugene Field, Houghton, Mifflin and Co.'s new and beautiful Edition of the American Authors, Lowell, Hawthorne, Holmes, Emerson, Whittier and Longfellow, 350 steel eng. on Japan paper, Vilon Ed. of the Arabian Nights (unexpurgated) very rare; or any of the Standard Ed. in superior bindings, Victor Hugo, Bulwer, Dickens, Dumas, Thackeray, Waverly and Irving. The whole set delivered at once and payments of $1 or $2 per mo. entirely satisfactory. X CRIMSON office. 91 2

TUTORING in Geology 4, 14. Zoology 1. Semitic 12.

H. H. DAVENPORT '97, 28 Weld Hall.92 4

LOST.- Chemistry B note-book. Finder please leave at CRIMSON office. 91 tf

TUTORING.- Semitic 6. 12, 14, 15, Greek 10, Philosophy 5, H story, 1, 9, 10, 12, 19, Fine Arts 4, Government 1.

W. W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.78 tf

TUTORING.- German A, B, 1a, 1b, 2, 3, 4, 6; Geology 4; Political Economy I.

LOUIS GERTEIS, 14 Stoughton.91 5

TUTORING.- French: A, 1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 3, 4, 5, 6c, 6. German: A, B, C, 1a, 1b, 1c, E, F, G.

E. T. LAMBERT, A. B., New address: 15 Remington St. (Opp. Ware Hall). wthsLOST.- Small Swiss watch, silver case. Will finder please leave above at the CRIMSON office. 92 3

FOUND.- A bicycle, 2 months ago. Owner can procure by identifying immediately and paying for this and previous advertisements. Call at University 4. 58 tf

THE Castle Square Opera Company makes a radical departure from its usual line of productions the coming week as its members will appear for the first time in a Wagner music drama, "Lohengrin" having been selected for this entrance upon the new field of musical effort.

Director Jaxon has made elaborate preparations to insure the success of the company in the coming production, and Mr. Max Hirschfield has had the music drama in rehearsal for several weeks with a view to meeting the demands of the score in the most satisfying manner. The orchestra and chorus have been largely augmented and entire new stage setting has been prepared, which, with the costumes and properties, follow accurately the models used in the original productions abroad; and no expense has been spared which will add to the value of the performances.

The production is announced for only a single week, and the demand for seats already exceeds that for any in the history of this organization.

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