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Among the persons whose names appear this year on the petition to the Massachusetts Legislature, asking that municipal suffrage be granted to women are: S. F. Smith '29, Professor F. G. Peabody, Professor George H. Palmer, and Professor N. S. Shaler.

There are twenty-three universities and colleges in the United States founded before 1800. The ten oldest are: Harvard, 1636; William and Mary, 1693; Yale, 1701; Pennsylvania, 1740; Princeton, 1746; Washington and Lee, 1749; Columbia, 1754; Rutgers, 1766; Dartmouth, 1769; Hampden Sidney, 1775.

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