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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

HALL and HANCOCK, Boston's popular hatters, have established an agency for their goods at Weinschenk's, same entrance as Thurston's. The College boys will find about what they want in head wear. They also sell suit and hat cases, gloves and umbrellas.

HALL and HANCOCK, 407 Washington St., Boston.0 3

AN expert laundress would like to take in some work; is accustomed to doing up gentlemen's shirts and all kinds of fine work. Moderate terms. Good reference. Apply to Mrs. Michael Hayes, rear 203 Franklin st., off Putnam ave. 4 2

JUST OUT.- Scribner's beautiful edition of Kipling. Their celebrated Thistle edition of Stevenson-Houghton, Mifflin and Co.'s superb edition of Hawthorne, Lowell, Emerson, Holmes, Whittier and Longfellow; (350 choice engravings; the only illustrated edition published). Villon's edition of the Arabian Nights (unexpurgated) very rare. All the standard authors in all bindings, all editions. All books or sets published, complete sets delivered at once and payments of $1 or $2 per mo., entirely satisfactory. Lowest cash prices guaranteed. Address, X, CRIMSON office. 2 3

LESSONS in Boxing.- Harvard men desiring instruction please communicate with Wm. S. Gordon, CRIMSON office. Terms: Single lessons, $1.00; six lessons, $5.00. 2 6

COLUMBIA THEATRE, March 4, at 3 p. m., Dr. Horace Howard Furness will read Henry V. for the benefit of the Massachusetts Indian Association. Tickets can be obtained from Mrs. Chas. H. Parker, 33 Chestnut street; Mrs. S. T. Hooper, 36 Rutland square; Mrs. R. T. Paine, 6 Joy street; Mrs. Curtis Guild, Jr., 124 Marlborough street; Miss Dewey, 96 Chestnut street, Boston. Seats reserved. Those on floor and in first three rows of balcony, $2.00. Rear of parquet circle and balcony, $1.50. Family circle, 75 cents. Admission without seat, 50 cents. 4 3

Veritas March, for pianoforte, by H. P. Huntress. Price, 40c. For sale by Briggs and Briggs, Harvard Square, Cambridge, Mass. E. C. Ramsdell, publisher, Music Hall, Boston. 2 6

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

W. W. NOLEN, 2 Manter Hall.78 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

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