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THROUGH THE YEARS

50 Years Ago Today

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

CRIMSON, February 7, 1885

We must acknowledge that tutoring is a noble calling. It is at once a lifesaving and life-sacrificing employment. . . . The abolition of required mathematics and physics in the Freshman year has had a very depressing effect on the tutoring business; but, notwithstanding this great narrowing of the field, tutoring is a business that thrives today, and doubtless if always will thrive.

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The examination paper in Greek 5 yesterday, though somewhat long, was eminently fair in its questions. Members of the section were allowed to substitute the marks obtained in the hour examinations of the past half-year for certain portions of the paper.

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