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AND TERM BILLS

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It is said that the only certain things in the world are death and taxes. It is said also that college is either a slice of or a preparation for life, so instead of death and taxes, Harvard has term bills and examinations. The latter come at various unpleasant intervals; the former are due upon the thirtieth of several months.

As many of the students in College subsist either upon monthly allowances or some form of dividend, and as most of these are received upon the first of every month, they arrive just too late to be of service in settling the problem of the term bill. It is therefore suggested that it would be a great convenience to a good many undergraduates if the authorities in Lehman Hall could afford to extend the limit on term bills for a day or two past the first of the month.

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