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There will be an examination in History II today.
Blue books for the hour examinations in History 12 must be handed in-today.
In History I today maps must be handed in for Thursday's examination. Men are also advised to provide blue books and maps for the mid-year examinations.
At the twenty-third annual meeting of the Wesleyan University club in New York Thursday night, announcement was made of a gift of $250,000 by Dr. Daniel Ayres, of Brooklyn, N. Y. a graduate of fifty years standing.
The library authorities have decided to dispense with the imposition of fines for books not returned on time. A suspension of the privilege of the library for one month will be the penalty in the first instance, and if that is not effective, such penalty as may be necessary to protect the rights of waiting borrowers will be additionally imposed. This rule will go into effect on January 1, 1890.
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