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LOST.- An English 33 note-book and a copy of Schiller's "Jungfrau von Orleans." Finder will confer a great favor by returning immediately to Crimson office.

THE Boston and Albany R. R. will run special train to Poughkeepsie and return, on June 25, account of the Boat Races. Train will leave Kneeland Street Station at 1 a. m., due Albany 7.15 a. m., where ample time will be allowed for breakfast, due Poughkeepsie 10 a. m. Returning, train will leave Poughkeepsie at 8.30 p. m. Fare for round trip, $6.50. Sleeping berth, $3.00 for round trip. tf

ENGLISH 7.- Full notes on the lectures, with biographies of the authors including dates, and quotations from leading critics, for sale at Amee's, Wednesday morning. Price $2.25.

LOST.- On or near Holmes Field, Saturday afternoon, a gentleman's gold watch and chain. A liberal reward if returned to 5 Matthews.

MALLORY S. S. LINES.- Special rates from New York to Georgia, Florida and Texas will be made to students travelling by this line who present a letter from the Dean certifying that they are attending the University. Tickets can be obtained and reservations made at 366 Washington street, Boston.

ARTHUR SINCLAIR JR., Agent.73 10ws

HARVARD ADMISSION.- English, History, Mathematics, Latin, Greek. Special preparation for college condition and entrance examinations. Summer engagements near Cambridge. [Austin Phelps Dean, 9 Remington street, Cambridge. 72 10 t

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