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UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS TO KEEP PART TIME TOMORROW

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Tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day, will be a holiday in all branches of the University. No classes will be held tomorrow, but all students must attend their last class today and their first session on Friday.

The Department of Physical Education has announced that on Thanksgiving the indoor athletic facilities of the University will remain open in the afternoon from 2 o'clock to 6 o'clock. This announcement covers Hemenway Gymnasium, the University Squash Courts, the Big Tree Swimming Pool, and the Freshman Athletic Building.

Widener Library and other University buildings and museums will follow their Sunday hours tomorrow.

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