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It is desirable that the attention of members of the university, and especially of the freshmen, be called to Professor Wright's lecture on Homer. All other considerations except that of pleasure aside, no freshman should fail to attend these lectures, as it is certain that they will be very interesting; but the lectures are introductory to the courses of reading which will be followed in Greek B and C during the first part of the next half-year, and it is therefore necessary that every student who desires to get the full benefit of the courses should hear Professor Wright.

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