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Examinations for honors in Classics will be held in Sever 37 in accordance with the scheme given below.
Each candidate will bring to the first examination six blue-books, superscribed with his name and that of his class.
Candidates who take the honor examinations in Greek and Latin Composition will be excused from the corresponding final examinations in Greek 4 and 6 and in Latin 3 and 9.
JOHN WILLIAMS WHITE,Sec. of the Classical Committee.SATURDAY, MAY 5.The translation at sight of passages from Greek authors. At 10 o'clock.
MONDAY, MAY 7.The translation at sight of passages from Latin authors. At 9 o'clock.
The translation of passages from specified Greek and Latin authors for candidates for second-year honors, and the general paper for candidates for final honors. At 2 o'clock.
THURSDAY, MAY 31.Greek composition. At 10 o'clock.
THURSDAY, JUNE 7.Latin composition. At 10 o'clock.
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