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With divisional examinations for Seniors and in some cases Juniors and Sophomores now in their big week, University Hall yesterday released a few final facts and rules for anxious test takers.
Results will be made known on approximately the following dates: Ancient and Modern Languages, May 29; Anthropology, May 21; Astronomy, May 17; Biochemical Sciences, May 29; Biology, May 25; Classics (Honors), May 27; Fine Arts, May 26; Geological Sciences, May 27; History, Government and Economics, June 7; History and Literature, May 24; Literature, May 27; Mathematics, May 24; Music, May 24; Philosophy and Psychology, May 26; Physics, May 29; Sociology, May 26.
Students not concentrating in any of these fields should make inquiries at the office of the Department concerned. Cuts taken on days of examinations are excused, but it is up to the scholar involved to secure at University 4 a written pardon for presentation to his instructor.
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