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The following notice in regard to conditions incurred at the examinations for admission is posted on the bulletins in University:
An admission condition in a study which is identical with a course taught in college may be removed either by passing that course as a regular study, or by passing the mid-year (if any) and final examinations in the course; but in the latter case one month's notice of intention to take the examination must be given.
Notice is also given that M. Loubat, member of the New York Historical society, has founded a prize of six hundred dollars to be given every third year for the best work printed concerning the history, geography, archaeology, ethnography, philology, and numismatics of North America. The detailed conditions of the prize may be learned by a reference to the notice posted in University.
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