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The problem of combining four-hour Divisional examinations with a hearty lunch to keep body and soul together is one that caused a great deal of trouble to men in History and Government.
In the New Lecture Hall last week, however, at about 12:30, with the proctors taking a deep breath in order to inform the writers, that contrary to the usual rules, there was an hour still left, the solution was found.
A harassed Honors candidate left the Hall, and followed by an anxious proctor crossed the street to the fruit stand, procured two apples and returned, to his seat, juggling the fruit. A rising ovation greeted the scholar with the sense to put his stomach first.
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