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    CAMBRIDGE.—The Special Board for Mathematics has reported in favour of an interval of one year being allowed between the second and the third parts of the Mathematical Tripos, instead of seven months as at present. It is also suggested that the work done in the first two parts of the Tripos has deteriorated in consequence of being held in the latter part of the Easter Term, when men are subject to many distractions.

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