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Agricultural Education 2 (Tu Th), Prof. Bigelow, 13 Agricultural Building. Agricultural Education 106 (M W F), Prof. Bigelow, 13 Agricultural Building. Anthropology 103, Prof. Kroeber, Museum of Anthropology.
Botany 4, Mr. Chandler, 2 Botany Building.
Chemistry 1, Prof. Biddle, 217 Chemistry Building.
Chemistry 106 (M W F), Dr. Burke, 210 Chemistry Building.
English 108, Prof. Axson, 101 California Hall.
French 103 (M W F), Mrs. Greenleaf, 17 North Hall.
Manual Training 5, Mr. Evans, 1 Mechanics Building.
Physiology 1, Prof. Maxwell, Rudolph Spreckels Physiology Laboratory.
English 1B, Dr. Cory, 19 North Hall.
Entomology 1 (2 hours), Prof. Herms, Entomology Laboratory.
Graphic Art 3 (3 hours, M W), Mr. Nahl, 300 California Hall.
Graphic Art 12 (3 hours), Prof. Wythe, 11 East Hall.
Home Economics 2 (3 hours), Miss Vail, McKinley School.
Home Economics 4, Mrs. Thomas, McKinley School.
Manual Training 1 (3 hours), section 2, Miss Brown, McKinley School.
Field Excursion (Tu Th).
Physics 1 (continued from 9 o'clock), Mr. Abbott, 14 South Hall.
Agricultural Education 108, Mr. Bolster, 13 Agricultural Building.
English 107, Prof. Bowen, 107 California Hall.
German 2 (continued from 9 o'clock), Mr. Schneider, 7 North Hall.
Greek AB (continued from 8 o'clock), Prof. Allen, 8 North Hall.
Manual Training 2B (2 hours), Mr. Madson, High School Shops.
Music 1, Miss Houk, Hearst Mining Building.
Philosophy 2, Dr. Brown, 1 Philosophy Building.
Physics 1 (laboratory, 2 hours; continued from 10 o'clock), 1 East Hall.
Spanish 200, Prof. Hills, 7 Library.
Zoology 4, Mr. Chandler, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.
Agricultural Education 3 (M W F), Mr. Bolster, 13 Agricultural Building. (Tu Th), Botanical Gardens.
Education 110, Dr. Boone, 103 California Hall.
Entomology 102 (2 hours), Prof. Herms, Entomology Laboratory.
Music 2, Miss Houk, Hearst Mining Building.
Music 12, Mr. Surette, 101 California Hall, beginning July 15.
Chemistry 105 (M W F), Prof. Clarke, 210 Chemistry Building.
Music 8 (chorus), Mr. Chapman, Hearst Mining Building.
Law 1, Dr. Harrison, 106 Boalt Hall.
Economics 104, Prof. Gilman, 107 California Hall.
Greek 2, Prof. Washburn, Museum of Archaeology.
Political Science 2 (Tu Th), Prof. Reed, 113 California Hall.
To be arranged.
Agricultural Education 209, The Staff.
Astronomy 2, Mr. Morehouse, Observatory.
Astronomy 103, class meets June 24, 10 a.m., 11 Observatory.
Botany 5, in Yosemite Valley.
Chemistry 102, Prof. Biddle.
History 200, Prof. Paetow, class meets June 25, 1:30 p.m., 35 Library.
History 202, Prof. Van Tyne, 37 Library.
History 203, Prof. Bolton, 37 Library.
January 9-13-Matriculation examinations.
January 15-Registration for second half-year.
January 16-Instruction begins.
March 23-Charter Day.
April 29-May 11-Annual examinations.
May 15-The Forty-ninth Commencement.
June 24-August 3-Summer Session.
August 8-13-Matriculation examinations.
August 16-17-Registration of new students, graduate and undergraduate.
August 19-Registration of old students.
August 20-Instruction begins.
December 10-21-Mid-year examinations.
1. On or before Wednesday, June 5th, if possible, file application with the Recorder of the Faculties.
2. Before Monday, June 17th, if possible, select lodgings in Berkeley.
3. Saturday, June 22nd) Monday, June 24th
Registration. (a) Register your college
address with the Recorder, California Hall, north end of corridor, second floor; (b) obtain from the Recorder an admisison card and a blank study card; (c) show your admisison card to the Comptroller of the University (south end of corridor); (d) pay necessary fees, and (e) have your admission card stamped by the Comptroller; (f) this card is to be shown on demand to the officers in charge of the classes, at the first meetings of the classes, or at any time during the session.
Students who can conveniently do so are advised to register with the Recorder and pay their fees to the Comptroller on Saturday, June 22nd, in order to gain time for consultation with their instructors and for other preliminaries on Monday. Fees may be paid from 8:30 a.m. to 12 m. on Saturday, and from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday.
The regular class exercises will begin on Monday, June 24th.
4. Monday, June 24th, 3 p.m., University Meeting. A general assembly of the Faculty and students of the Summer Session. Announcements by the Dean; addresses by members of the Faculty.
5. Within one week after registration, your study card, duly filled out, should be returned to the Recorder.
6. To obtain a certificate of record, showing the courses elected during the session and the grade attained in each, deposit a self-addressed stamped envelope with the Recorder at the close of the session, and a certificate will be mailed to you.
OFFICE HOURS OF THE DEAN
The Dean of the Summer Session will keep office hours daily, except Saturday, 10:30-11:30, Room 207, California Hall.