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Oral French and German


All students in Harvard College except those who entered before 1910 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. Opportunity to take this examination will be given in the afternoon from Monday, September 29, to Friday, October 3, inclusive. All candidates who wish to take the oral examination in either French or German must notify the Recorder, 4 University Hall, in writing, before Friday, September 26. Each candidate will then be notified when and where to present himself for the oral examination.

Preparatory Lecture Tonight.

There will be a lecture by Professor H. C. Bierwirth in Sever 11 this evening at 8 o'clock on "How to Prepare for the German Oral Examination."

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