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SLEEPY STUDENTS TO GAIN HOUR'S REST ON SUNDAY

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On Sunday morning at 2 o'clock summer daylight saving time will come to an official end. At this time, every watch and clock must be set back one hour in order to conform with eastern standard time.

Beginning Sunday morning the University time pieces will be set back one hour, and from then on classes in all subjects will run on standard time.

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