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Special Notice.


HAIR CUTTING SPECIALISTS.- Griffith's hair dressing rooms, 7 Brattle street, Harvard square. Seven artists, all special hair cutters. Razors carefully honed.

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

DANCING CLASS.- Mrs. S. J. Chandler's meets at Odd Fellows Hall, Cambridgeport, Tuesday nights. Term opens Oct. 12. Private lessons by appointment Residence next city hall. 2 tf

TUTORING.- Greek, Latin, German and French courses.

J. H. WALDEN, PH. D., 13 Mt. Auburn Street.31 15

MISS POST'S School for Instruction in Dancing at Pierce Hall, Copley Sq., reopens in October. Private lessons a specialty. Prospectus forwarded upon application. Office hours, 9 till 11, daily.


APPLETON'S Scientific Library, new edition, Darwin, Spencer, Huxley, Tyndall, etc. Endorsed by John Fiske of Cambridge, Mass. Special offer to Harvard club members, 40 vol. $60, on small monthly payments. Those wishing to join address "Appleton," Crimson. 5 3

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

LOST, on the sixteenth of November, a black Columbia bicycle, No. 10,838. No questions asked if returned to the owner, C. Royce, 103 Irving street, Cambridge. Taken from behind Sever Hall between 11 and 3.30. 45 2

FIRST-CLASS board, club rooms and club tables may be found at low rates at the French Restaurant, 3 Linden street near Mass. avenue, (Hilton block). 46 2

TWO furnished square rooms and dressing room with hot and cold water, all connected, one flight, thoroughly heated; price, with first-class board for gentleman and wife, $20 per week; or for three persons, $25. Also rooms with board for $7. Transient or permanent. Apply at 3 Berkeley street. 46 2

THE Harvard-Pennsylvania football game will be reproduced at Music Hall, Boston, on Saturday afternoon as well as the Princeton-Yale game at New Haven. Every play will be reproduced in both games. There will be but one price of admission to both contests-admission 25 cents and 50 cents for reserved seats. Play will begin at 2 o'clock. 45 3

GEO. MENDELL TAYLOR, teacher of voice and piano. Coaching in songs and part singing. Voices examined. Residence 349 Harvard St., near Dana. 40 6

LOST.- Lady's open-face gold watch and silver chain with charms, last Saturday afternoon, on a subway car or between Harvard square and seats on Soldiers Field. If found notify J. B. Hall, Box 5096, Boston. 43 3

TYPEWRITING, Manifolding, Shorthand. W. E. Weaver '98, 44 College House 45 tf

LOST, at the game on Saturday, a lady's opera glass and case. Finder will be suitably rewarded by returning it to 21 Chauncey street, Cambridge. 44 3

STUDENTS.- Buy your second-hand text books at the Harvard Book Store, near Post Office, 33 Brattle St. 1-tf

EXCELLENT board and good service can be obtained for $6.00 per week at 1190 Mass. Ave., opposite Beck Hall. Club tables to let. Transients accommodated. 7 tf

CLUB TABLES.- Private rooms, large and small, seating from 10 to 20. Pleasant rooms, good board and best service, at reasonable prices. Apply at restaurant, 1388 Mass. avenue, Harvard square.

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