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Prof. J. W. White has told his sections in Greek V that the course has not been a success in regard to reading Greek at sight, as the plays are much too hard for the students; and he has proposed to read Herodotus for the test of the year. The choice of either continuing the Greek plays, or of reading Herodotus has been left entirely to the students in the course, and will be decided by them next week.

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