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All English A themes will be returned to College undergraduates and Radcliffe students during the next two weeks, the English A office announced yesterday. All themes not picked up in the specified times will be destroyed. In the past English A themes were returned to students only at the end of their senior years.
Sophomores in the first half of the alphabet may pick up their papers today through Friday at the Warren House theme room. The rest of '53 can get their papers on Monday and Tuesday. Juniors can get their themes May 31 through June 1, and June 4 through June 6.
Senior themes will be available in Warren room 9 until June 8, and freshman papers will be placed in their theme boxes starting June 4, Radcliffe papers will be in the Longfellow Hall theme room starting May 25.
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