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Letters of inquiry concerning the University should be addressed to the Recorder of the Faculties, Berkeley, California.

For the list of bulletins of information concerning the several colleges and departments see page 2 of the cover.

In writing for information please mention the college, department, or study in which you are chiefly interested.

Attention is called to the calendar on page 5, and especially to the dates for the forwarding of applications, for registration, and for the beginning of instruction.

CALENDAR

Stated meetings of the Regents are held at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month and on the day preceding Commencement Day, in May of each year, at such places as may from time to time be determined, ordinarily at the California School of Fine Arts, California and Mason streets, San Francisco. The July meeting is usually dispensed with. The Finance Committee meets at 11 a.m. on the first and third Tuesdays of each month, and the Committee on Grounds and Buildings at 2:30 p.m. on the second Friday before the second Tuesday of each month.

1920

Aug. 2, Monday

University meetings occur on alternate Friday mornings during the academic year at 11:10 o'clock.

Aug. 5, Thursday
Aug. 10, Tuesday

Aug. 13, Friday
Aug 14, Saturday
Aug. 16, Monday
Aug 13, Friday
Aug. 14, Saturday

Aug. 16, Monday

Aug. 17, Tuesday
Sept. 1, Wednesday

Oct. 15, Friday

Nov. 3, Wednesday
Nov. 24, Wednesday

Nov. 25, Thursday
Nov. 27, Saturday
Nov. 29, Monday

Applications for admission, and credentials of the recommended graduates of accredited high schools to be filed with the Recorder of the Faculties. Recommendations for admission from accredited schools in California (with the applications for admission to regular undergraduate standing) to be on file with the Recorder of the Faculties by this date. Other credentials should be on file earlier.*

Matriculation examinations at Berkeley, for the Academic Colleges, the College of Dentistry, the California College of Pharmacy (three- and four-year courses), and Hastings College of the Law.

All officers of instruction in the colleges at Berkeley keep office hours each day, from 9 a.m. to 12 m. Also on Friday and Monday, from 2 to 4:30 p.m.

Admission certificates issued to intrants; registration of new students, graduate and undergraduate, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., in the grove northwest of California Hall. Registration of old students, graduate and undergraduate, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the grove northwest of California Hall. Instruction in all classes begins at 8:10 a.m.

Last day for filing applications and programmes in candidacy for professional higher degrees, masters' degrees, and teachers' recommendations to be conferred December, 1920; office of the Dean of the Graduate Division, 209 California Hall. Applications in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy to be conferred May, 1921, should be filed not later than September 1. All signatures required upon these applications must be secured in advance.

Chairmen of committees in charge of candidates for Ph.D. file with the Dean of the Graduate Division semi-annual report of work completed to date.

Last day for filing in final form with the instructors in charge, theses for Ph.D. to be conferred December, 1920.

Last day for filing in final form with the instructors in charge, theses for masters' degrees to be conferred December, 1920.

Thanksgiving recess of three days.

Last day for applications for the accrediting of secondary schools for 1920-21.

Importance of early application: To give time for necessary correspondence applications and credentials should be forwarded to the Recorder of the Faculties as soon as they are obtainable from the school authorities.

Dec. 8, Wednesday
Dec. 17, Friday
Dec. 20, Monday
Jan. 8, Saturday

1921

Jan. 4, Tuesday

Jan. 4, Tuesday
Jan. 8, Saturday
Jan. 10, Monday

Jan. 11, Tuesday
Jan. 26, Wednesday

Mar. 1, Tuesday
Mar. 15, Tuesday

Mar. 15, Tuesday

Mar. 26, Saturday
Apr. 20, Wednesday
April 27, Wednesday
May 6, Friday

May 9, Monday
May 11, Wednesday
June 20, Monday
July 30, Saturday

Mid-year examinations in the Academic Colleges.

the Law, the College of Dentistry, and the California College of Pharmacy.

Applications for admission in January and applications for cards of admission to the matriculation examinations in January, to be filed.

Examinations in the Academic Colleges for the removal of matriculation deficiencies.

Registration of students in the Academic Colleges for courses of the second half-year.

Instruction begins at 8:10 a.m.

Last day for filing applications and programmes in candidacy for professional higher degrees, masters' degrees, and teachers' recommendations to be conferred May, 1921; office of the Dean of the Graduate Division, 209 California Hall. All signatures required upon these applications must be secured in advance. Last day for applications for graduate scholarships for 1921-22. Last day for applications for undergraduate scholarships for 1921-22.

Chairmen of committees in charge of candidates for Ph.D. file with the Dean of the Graduate Division semi-annual report of work completed to date.

Mar. 23, Wednesday Charter Day. Exercises in the Greek Theatre or Harmon

Gymnasium. Faculty Research Lecture.

Last day for filing in final form with the instructors in charge, theses for Ph.D. to be conferred May, 1921.

Last day for filing in final form with the instructors in charge, theses for masters' degrees to be conferred May, 1921.

Annual examinations in the Academic Colleges. Examinations for seniors begin Thursday, April 21.

Class Day.

The Fifty-eighth Commencement.

Summer Sessions of the Academic Colleges, in Berkeley and
Los Angeles.

GEORGE C. ROEDING

President of the State. Agricultural
Society

Roeding Place, Fresno

REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY

NOTE. The regular meetings of the Regents are held at 2 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month, except July, and on the day before Commencement, at such places as may from time to time be determined, ordinarily at the California School of Fine Arts, California and Mason streets, San Francisco. The Los Angeles office of the Regents is in Room 417, Union League Building, Los Angeles.

His Excellency WILLIAM D. STEPHENS
Governor of California and President

of the Regents Sacramento

HENRY W. WRIGHT

REGENTS EX OFFICIO

CLEMENT CALHOUN YOUNG, B.L.
Lieutenant-Governor of California
Sacramento (276 Post st, San Fran
cisco)

Speaker of the Assembly

1009 Fair Oaks av, South Pasadena

struction

Sacramento

WILL C. WOOD

State Superintendent of Public In

ARTHUR WILLIAM FOSTER, (1932)

Southern Pacific bldg, San Francisco GARRETT WILLIAM MCENERNEY (1936) 2002 Hobart bldg, San Francisco RUDOLPH JULIUS TAUSSIG (1932)

1521 Van Ness av, San Francisco GUY CHAFFEE EARL, A.B. (1934) 14 Sansome st, San Francisco JOHN ALEXANDER BRITTON (1930) 445 Sutter st, San Francisco CHARLES STETSON WHEELER, (1928)

Nevada Bank bldg, San Francisco

CROCKER,

B.L.

WILLIAM HENRY

(1924)

Crocker National Bank, San Fran

cisco

Ph.B.

PHILIP ERNEST BOWLES, Ph.B. (1922)
American National Bank, San Fran-

cisco

APPOINTED REGENTS

The term of the appointed Regents is sixteen years, and terms expire March 1 of the year indicated in parentheses. The names are arranged in the order of original

accession to the Board.

BYRON MAUZY

President of the Mechanics' Institute 250 Stockton st, San Francisco

WARREN GREGORY, A.B., LL.B.

President of the Alumni Association Merchants Exchange bldg, San Francisco

DAVID PRESCOTT

LL.D. President of the University 217 California Hall, Berkeley

BARROWS, Ph.D..

JAMES KENNEDY MOFFITT, B.S. (1924) First National Bank, San Francisco CHARLES ADOLPH RAMM, B.S., M.A., S.T.B. (1928)

1100 Franklin st, San Francisco DICKSON, B.L.

EDWARD AUGUSTUS

(1926)
637 Wilton pl, Los Angeles

JAMES MILLS (1926)
Hamilton City

CHESTER HARVEY ROWELL, Ph.B.
(1936)
Fresno

MORTIMER FLEISHHACKER (1934) Anglo-California Trust Company, San Francisco

GEORGE I. COCHRAN, LL.D. (1930) 501 West Sixth st, Los Angeles Mrs. MARGARET SARTORI (1922) 725 West Twenty-eighth st, Los Angeles

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STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS

FOR THE YEAR 1920-21*

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Agriculture :
Regents Foster, Roeding, Dickson,

Mills, Cochran, and Taussig. Committee on Conference with Faculty : Regents Moffitt, Gregory, Britton,

Taussig, Rowell, and Ramm. Endowments: Regents Crocker, Britton, Mrs. Sar.

tori, Bowles, Cochran, McEnerney,

and Fleishhacker. Engineering : Regents Ramm, Fleishhacker, Brit

ton, Roeding, and Bowles. Executive Committee : This committee consists of the chair

of all standing committees and the President of the Alumni

Medical Instruction and University

men

Association.
Finance :
Regents Earl, Foster, Britton, Moffitt,

and Taussig.
Grounds and Buildings :
Regents Britton, Wheeler, Bowles,

Dickson, and Fleishhacker.
Jurisprudence :
Regents McEnerney, Cochran, Wheel.

er, Gregory, and Young.

Hospitals :
Regents Crocker, Taussig, Britton,

Earl, Moffitt, Ramm, Mrs. Sartori,
and Bowles.

Southern Branch of the University of

California and Scripps Institution

for Biological Research :
Regents Dickson, Cochran, Gregory,

Mrs. Sartori, Wood, Rowell, and
Taussig.

IV ilmerding School :
Regents Taussig, Earl, Moffitt, and

Mauzy.

* The President of the Board of Regents and the President of the University are ex officio members of all committees of the Board. In each committee the name of the chairman is first and the name of the vice-chairman is second.

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