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The popularity of the classics is again shown by the number of men who received second year and final honors in this department this year. An unusually large number of men were successful this time, which goes to show that the study of Greek and Latin is not losing its hold, as has been claimed by its opponents, but on the contrary is becoming more and more popular every year. The result of the recent investigations in Germany has again shown to the world that for training the mind the study of Greek and Latin has as yet found no equal. This investigation has given a new impetus to the study of the classics all over the world. We expect next year to see a still larger number of candidates for honors.

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