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As rumors have been circulated that there was a case of small-pox in college, we have investigated the matter carefully, and find that such rumors are entirely groundless. When the rumor was first started the police were, of course, notified. They looked the matter up carefully, and found that there was no foundation for any fears of having small-pox in college, or in Cambridge, either, for that matter. A person should be very careful about circulating such reports, as they not only cause great uneasiness in college, but are copied throughout the country. Very soon we expect to learn from some of our exchanges that "there is a great small-pox panic at Harvard."

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