Students who entered College with the class of 1914 or 1915 must pass, before they can be admitted to the Junior class, a special oral examination to test their reading knowledge of either French or German. Any member of the class of 1914 or of 1915 who has not already passed this examination, and wishes to take it before the final examination period, must notify the Recorder at 4 University Hall, in writing, today. Each candidate will then be notified when and where to present himself for the oral examination.
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