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The Long Gray Line creeps forward with its study cards, as the sun, elsewhere, sets toward the 5 p.m. deadline. In the foreground, a baby, which was born and grew up before the last of the students had reached the doors of University Hall, gurgles quietly in a Scotch Plaid stroller. The student rushing off in the background had arrived early but spent most of the afternoon looking up exam groups. Those who did not pass the doors on or before 5 p.m. were charged the traditional ten dollar fine. The fine, in the past, has been added to the tardy student's term bill. University authorities said last night that there is no reason to believe that a change will be made.

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