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The blizzard which reached Boston on Monday, according to the Boston Weather Bureau the most severe snow storm of the century in this vicinity will long be remembered as having affected the work of the University to any considerable extent.
Beford midnight on Monday the electric cars were permanently blocked and many non-resident students were kept away from their examinations the next day.
There were no lights in the Library after dark on Tuesday, a particularly unpleasant occurrence for those who were doing Library work in preparation for examination. The Gymnasium was also closed for the same reason. Traffic, however, was reinstated during the afternoon.
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