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4 THE TOMAHAWK, [January 4, 1868. _
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS, 18 99.
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4 The Tomahawk, [January 4, 1868. _
4 THE TOMAHAWK , [ January 4 , 1868 . _
University Examinations, 18 99.
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS , 18 99 .
Now That Accomplishments Have At Last Be...
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porters and beadles of the colleges , Heads of Houses being always retained for the Heavy business . nation We have for honours received and some are of convinced the papers the set young in the Eng last lishmen examinow preparing at our , Public Schools for the matriculation will do well to study them as showing what is now the great
desideratum of the University Triennial Competition : — ATHLETIC EXAMINATION , 18 99 . By Ptofessor Rzsleysotu exact 1 . — measure State the round present bicep condition s and forearm of your . muscle , and give the 2 . —Give the greatest number of consecutive somersaults ever
yet 3 . turned —Give , and derivations by whom . of the words " trapeze , " " tranka , " " trick 4 . — - Give act , " a " short back-fall biograp , " and hy " of somersault the great . " Leotard Why ? , with date of his deb / it . 5 . —Have you any hope of ever rising to his standard of grace and daring ? Give your reasons .
Roman 6 . —Describe Athlete . the course of training pursued by the Greek or 7 . —How did it differ from that in use at the present day ? DRAMATIC EXAMINATION , 1 899 . By Professor Crosstree . t . —Give a list of the principal dramas produced in the year
1869 , and on what stages . state 2 . — the Compute number the of ages representations of the following of each pieces : , Our and attempt American to Cousin ; The Streets of London ; and Black-eyed Susan . at 3 the . —Exp Royalty lain . the allusions in this latter comedy , as performed 4 . —Which do you consider the best piece for private
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GENERAL PAPERS , 1899 . Professor y . Ofalltrades . since 1 . — 1 Give 870 . the greatest score made by any left-handed cricketer the 2 . — Albert Give dates Gymnastic of Introduction College , of Cambrid Croquet ge ; ; Inauguration Death of Tom of Cribb ; and first appearance of a lady in the part of King Lear .
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Bankruptcy Court ; if so how you many times ? ( 2 . )—Give your the work name during of your your residenc parish , e and in the state " Union the nature . " of j ( 3 . )—Have you ever ( a . )—Swept a crossing ? ( 0 . )—Sold roast chestnuts ?
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Tomahawk (1867-1870), Jan. 4, 1868, page 4, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/t/issues/ttw_04011868/page/4/