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Tutoring schools now yield the palm to the Harvard Cooperative Society in the fine art of spotting exam questions.
Last Tuesday Robert Judell '42, was preparing for an exam in History 60a (American Colonial History), which is taught by Samuel Eliot Morison '08, professor of History. Recalling Professor Morison's interest in the West Indies where he recently duplicated Columbus' voyages. Judell shrewdly guessed that there might be a map question on the West Indies.
When he went to the Coop and asked for a map of the Carrlbean he was told that "they had all been taken for some exam," and Judell passed the word along to his friends.
P.S. The map question on the exam was on the West Indies.
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