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Saturday, October 11, is the last day in the first half-year upon which undergraduates, special students, and unclassified students in Harvard College may drop courses of study without liability for additional course fees. Courses may be changed during this week, provided the student desiring to make the change presents a petition which is granted, and pays a line of $5. No courses, however, chosen last May and beginning in the first half-year may be changed except for an important reason, such as a change in the Elective Pamphlet.

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