THE appearance of the schedule of Annual Examinations is always awaited with interest, and is received with regret or delight as it happens to mar or favor the plans of the undergraduate. Last year the order of the June examinations was not made public until the 18th of May, and constant complaints, the natural outgrowth of this delay, appeared in the College papers. This year the Registrar has anticipated any similar complaints, and has printed the provisional schedule four weeks before the Annuals begin. The generous regard for our comfort and convenience, which has thus been shown by the members of the Faculty in giving us early notice of these crucial tests, deserves our hearty thanks. Whether a man is a hard-working student or an indefatigable idler, he cannot fail to acknowledge his indebtedness to those gentlemen who have made this early publication of the schedule.
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