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TUTORING.- Thorough drill in undergraduate work and for all examinations. Greek, Latin, Semitic, German. Experience and best references. Max Benshimol, A. M., 48 Highland avenue, Cambridge, off Broadway. tf
TO LET.- No. 14 Ware Hall, furnished or unfurnished, for the rest of the college year. Apply to Mr. F. S. Hoyt, 34 Elm street, Morristown, N. J. 35 6*
EDWARD E. KELSEY, Teacher of Piano and Virgil Practice Clavier, Boston Conservatory of Music, will receive pupils at his residence, Suite 2, The Ellery, 1590 Cambridge street. Most recent developments of the Clavier Method thoroughly learned by attendance at the teachers' summer Normal School in N. Y. City this last summer. At home from 8 to 9 Monday evenings to explain the Clavier and the Method to those desiring to investigate it. Evening Sight-Singing Classes (Tonic Sol-fa method and staff combined) formed for male voices, including voice training by latest scientific method. What is known of the old Italian Method also employed.
DANCING.- Harvard gentlemen desiring to learn or practice the polite art will do well to address Mr. and Mrs. Black, 159 Mass. avenue, near Boylston street, Boston. Circulars mailed. 18 20*
PEABODY CLUB.- 126 Mt. Auburn street. Seats at general table $5 a week. Also room for one club table. 29 6t*
FOUND.- Tuesday evening, November 10, on Brattle street, a watch and chain. Owner can have same by calling on Janitor of Beck Hall, by proving ownership and paying cost of this advertisement.
LOST, between 11.30 and 3.30, November 16, a pocket-book and money. Persons having information which will lead to its recovery shall find it advantageous to call on E. P. Clark, 1727 Cambridge street. 42 2t
TUTORING in Science Courses.- Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology. Fourth year. Hours, 2-2.30 p. m. and 6.30-7.30 p. m.
PORTER E. SARGENT, 49 Matthews.36 tf
EIDER-DOWN robes are warm and wear just as long as the blanket wraps which cost three times as much. We can show you a large variety of patterns in both eider-down and Turkish toweling at prices ranging from $2.00 to $7.00.
J. W. BRINE, 1312 and 1436 Mass. Ave.FOUND.- In Harvard 1, a light brown overcoat. Owner may obtain the above by calling at this office and paying charges. tf
FOUND.- A first-class wheel. Owner can obtain same by calling at this office and paying charges. 37 tf
THE REV. DR. WATSON LECTURES.- Robert Louis Stevenson, Professor Henry Drummond and "Ian Maclaren" were classmates at the Edinburgh University, and not one of the three won distinction as a student.
Who that has read the charming books of Ian Maclaren would miss the opportunity to hear Dr. Watson in the lectures which he is to give at Tremont Temple, both afternoon and evening, Tuesday, Nov. 24, and Saturday, Nov. 28? Those who have listened to this Scotch divine and author say that no matter how high an ideal his readers have formed of him, they will not be disappointed when they see or hear him. Besides the qualities of thought and expression, the wisdom, the wit, the pathos and the power which characterize his writings, he brings to the platform the added attractions of a fine presence and strong personal magnetism. 43 2
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