The old saying, "A good beginning makes a good ending," is universally applicable. Especially is it true when applied to the way in which the men in College, and the Freshmen in particular, go at their work during the first of the year. To the men of the entering class of nineteen sixteen it may be well to say that the November hour examinations, seemingly so far distant, are in reality but a short time away, and that, in coping with these initial examinations, a solid grounding in one's courses is more than necessary. The man who makes sure of his work now will come out on top at the first of next month and will be duly thankful for his foresight. Now is the time to get a good start. Make the best of the opportunity!
A WORD TO THE UNWISE.
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