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    CAMBRIDGE.—The syndicate appointed to consider the relation of women students to the University has presented a double report. One-half of its members are in favour of admitting women to full membership of "the University with a few limitations affecting special posts. They specifically exclude in their proposed statute the recognition by the University of women students at the men's colleges, but they throw open University lectures, examinations, degrees, offices, and emoluments to women on the same terms as to men. The legislation they propose will give degrees to past students of Girton and Newnham.

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