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In a quick review, that's the outline for the course. The final should be a multiple choice affair with longer essays on such topics as "Why the power ten at 500 didn't move us on Yale," and "How a choppy settle kept us from finding a smooth, long stroke." With a little cramming and some careful rereading, the final should be passable.

If not, there's always the winds of Pittsfield which might just return in 1979 and let everyone sick out of the whole thing.

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