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EDITORS HERALD-CRIMSON. -The manifest injustice of the hour examination system appears in the recent announcement of two for the same date, Jan. 7th. The time necessary for preparation for the final examinations is not only thus seriously encroached upon, but those men who have both courses must devote a portion of the already pitiably short Christmas recess to preparation for this needless aggravation-the strongest modern argument against conservation of energy-where an immense amount of labor is expended with no adequate results-the hour examination. It is due to the respective professors to state that they are both postponed examinations. Can they not be indefinitely postponed ? '84.

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