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The announcement that the Department of Philosophy will recommend that the Faculty consider individual petitions next year to have Philosophy I counted a whole course, as usual, for Seniors, will set at rest the supposition that any arbitrary discrimination was to be made against the Senior Class. Such a recommendation practically assures Seniors of permission to take the course as heretofore if they have been counting on taking it, or if they have other sufficient reasons to warrant the granting of such permission. The new restriction is simply intended to bar out any men who would enroll in the course as in a "snap course," to fill up the required number for the Senior year.

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