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OLIVER M. WASHBURN, A.B., Assistant Professor of Classical Archaeology. MONROE E. DEUTSCH, Ph.D., Instructor in Latin.

1. Sight Translation.


Practice in reading at sight from easy authors. This course will require no outside preparation; students will be expected to have had the equivalent of two years' high school Latin. 1 unit.

M W F, 10. 12 North Hall.

2. The Phormio of Terence.


The play will be read rapidly with some attention to the manner of presentation. 1 unit.

Tu Th, 10. 12 North Hall.

3. The Life of Caesar.


Caesar's career will be studied from the sources; Suetonius' life will be read in class, while selections from other Latin authors will be read privately. Papers will be prepared by members of the class. dealing with particular periods of his life. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, 9. 12 North Hall.

105. Roman Culture and Private Life. Assistant Professor WASHBURN. The physiography of Italy and especially Latium; Italy before the kings; the citizen and the constitution; state of culture; character and morals; economic conditions; agriculture; trades and professions; finance and commerce; the familia; the house and its furnishings; the individual and his social history (name, education, etc.); the daily life of the individual; dress and personal adornment. Illustrated. Collateral reading and reports. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, 8. Museum of Archaeology.


GEORGE H. BOKE, LL.B., Professor of Law.

MAURICE E. HARRISON, J.D., Lecturer in Commercial Law.

1. Commercial Law.


An outline of the main principles of business law. Contracts, sales, negotiable instruments, shipping, rights and remedies of creditors, corporations, partnership, agency. This course is intended primarily for non-professional students. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, 7 p.m. 106 Boalt Hall of Law.

102. Bankruptcy and Insolvency.


Jurisdiction of courts; who may become bankrupt; acts of bankruptcy; trustees; claims; exemptions; homesteads; fraudulent transfers; compositions with creditors. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, 8 p.m. 106 Boalt Hall of Law.

104. The Law of Contracts. (Double course.)

Professor BOKE. (1) Making the agreement, offer and acceptance; binding the agreement, consideration. (2) Parties affected by the contract. (3) Performance or failure of performance, conditions, express and implied; defenses of impossibility and illegality. (4) Discharge of the contract obligation other than by performance or excuse. Williston's "Cases on Contracts," 2 vols., will be used. 4 units. M Tu W Th F, 10-12. 106 Boalt Hall of Law.


HAROLD L. LEUPP, A.B., Associate Librarian.

FAITH E. SMITH, Ph.B., Director of the Training School, Chicago Public Library.

This course is designed to offer a systematic outline of the essentials of library work. It will be of assistance chiefly to those having some experience in the work, but also offers an introduction to modern methods for those intending to enter the profession.

A limited number only can be admitted to the course, and those will be selected from the whole number of applicants with due regard to personal and educational qualifications, previous library experience, and priority of application.

Only those students regularly registered for the library course may attend the classes; auditors cannot be accommodated.

The course offers both instruction and practice work in each of the following subjects, to which time will be devoted as indicated:

1. Cataloguing and classification, including shelf-listing; 30 periods. The essentials of the dictionary catalogue and of the decimal classification.

2. Reference work; 10 periods. The study of a selected list of reference books, with problems involving their use.

3. Book buying and selection of books; 8 periods. The study of the more important trade bibliographies and of printed aids to book selection. 4. Loan systems; 2 periods. The comparative study of systems adapted to public library needs.

5. Binding and repair of books; 2 periods. Practical consideration of materials, methods and costs, illustrated by a visit to the University bindery.

6. Library buildings and equipment; 3 periods. Consideration of the arrangement of shelving, furnishing and lighting in a small public library. 7. California library law and conditions; 2 periods.

Since the course is planned to fully occupy the student's time, no additional work, either in the University or elsewhere, should be attempted. Credit not to exceed six units may be granted for this course. Those who satisfactorily complete the entire course will receive certificates to that effect.


CHARLES S. EVANS, Director of Mechanic Arts, Berkeley High School. THEODORE S. MADSON, Supervisor of Manual Training, Riverside Public Schools.

HANS JAUCHEN, Instructor in Art Metal Work in the Summer Session. VIOLET C. BROWN, Instructor in Manual Training in the Berkeley Public Schools.

JAMES GEORGE, Assistant in Mechanics and Foreman of Iron Work.

1. Primary Manual Training. Miss BROWN. Elementary forms of manual training employed in the first four or five years. The sand table; constructive work in paper, cardboard and thin wood; clay modeling; weaving; basketry; bookbinding. Correlation of manual training with language, drawing, and naturestudy. Laboratory fee, $3.50. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, sec. 1, 9-12; sec. 2, 1-4. McKinley School.

2A. Elementary Benchwork in Wood.

Mr. MADSON. An introductory course for those who have had no previous experience. The care and use of tools, and the elements underlying all construction. Models suitable for use in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades will be planned and executed, emphasis being placed on proper design and in methods of work and presentation. Outline courses will be given. Laboratory fee, $3.50. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, 10-12. *Berkeley High School Shops.

2B. Joinery and Cabinet Making.


Tools and common woodworking machinery. The joints in construc

tion. Practical designing; working drawings; finishes. Each student will plan, build and finish one or more projects suitable for use in the eighth or ninth grade. Outline courses. Laboratory fee, $3.50. 2 units. Prerequisite: course 2A or its equivalent. M Tu W Th F, 2-4. *Berkeley High School Shops.

3A. Advanced Cabinet Making.


A finishing course for those already possessed of some skill. Woodworking machinery. Furniture making and design; wood finishes.

*The Berkeley High School is on Grove street and Allston way. The McKinley School is on Haste street, near Telegraph avenue.

Methods of the skilled woodworker. Outline courses. Laboratory fee, $3.50. 2 units. Prerequisite: course 2B or its equivalent.

M Tu W Th F, 9-11. 23 Mechanics Building.

3B. Woodturning and Pattern Making.


Drill in elementary operations followed by projects. Center, face plate and chuck turning; finishing. Patterns typical of basic principles will be made. Outline courses. Laboratory fee, $5. 2 units. Prerequisite: course 2B or its equivalent.

M Tu W Th F, 9-11. 23 Mechanics Building.

4. Machine Shop Practice.


An elementary course including the ordinary process of bench and machine tool work, laying out, filing, turning, screw cutting, drilling, grinding. Small machine parts will be made. Laboratory fee, $5. 2 units. Prerequisite: course 3a or its equivalent. M Tu W Th F, 1-4. 24 Mechanics Building.

5. Organization of Manual Training.


(a) A critical analysis of tools and machinery in relation to manual training work. Typical equipments in detail for elementary benchwork, cabinet making, turning, pattern making, molding and foundry practice, forging, machine shop practice, mechanical drawing. Drawing up specifications, purchasing and installing. (b) Planning the shops, shop buildings, motive power, lighting, supplies, shop systems, inventories, accounts, stock rooms, details of administration and class management. (c) Outline courses for grade and high school classes in cabinet making, pattern making, molding, turning, forging, machine shop practice and drawing. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, 11. 1 Mechanics Building.

The laboratory fee in courses 2A, 2B, and 3A does not include hardwood and supplies for finished projects.

6. Art Metal Work.


Ornamental and figurative. Antique and modern styles. (a) Modeling in plasticene. (b) Repousee and chasing in brass, copper and silver; hammered brass and copper; artificial coloring of metal. Designing and executing pins, buckles, desk sets, trays, book corners, vases, bowls, panels, etc. Laboratory fee, $3.50. 2 units. M Tu W Th F, sec. 1, 8-10; sec. 2, 10-12. Mechanics Building.

Classes in art metal work will be limited to twenty students who have had previous training in freehand drawing. The University will furnish all special tools and equipment. Tools for individual use to the amount of about $3 must be supplied by the student.

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