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OXFORD STUDENTS MOURN LOSS OF REQUIRED GREEK

Procession of Undergraduates Protests Against Removal of Ancient Regulations.

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Oxford University, by deciding to abolish compulsory Greek from its curriculum, has aroused unexpected opposition among the undergraduates. They have resorted to the wildest demonstrations to express their disapproval of this sacrilege against tradition. Two hundred undergraduates, attired in ancient Greek costumes and carrying rose bowls, in imitation of Greek, vases, paraded through the ton despite the cold weather. In the midst of the procession marched a student in the garb of a Greek priest, carrying an urn of red hot ashes, as an emblem of cremation. At the head of the procession was borne a long streamer of white and blue, the Greek national colors.

A student representing "Oedipus" recited "The Isles of Greece," and "Maid of Athens."

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