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JANUARY

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Calendar

1904-05

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS

1904. Sept. 12-13, Monday and Tuesday-Entrance examinations and

registration.
Sept. 14, Wednesday-First semester begins.
Nov. 24-25, Thursday and Friday—Thanksgiving recess.
Dec. 23, Friday-Christmas vacation begins.

1905.
Jan. 4, Wednesday-College exercises resumed.
Jan. 19-24, Thursday-Tuesday-Mid-year examinations.
Jan. 25, Wednesday-Second semester begins.
Jan. 26, Thursday-Day of prayer for college.
Feb. 22, Wednesday-Washington's Birthday.
April 15, Saturday-Easter vacation begins.
April 25, Tuesday-College exercises resumed.
May 30, Tuesday—Memorial Day; a holiday.
June 8-13—Final examination.
June 11-Baccalaureate Sunday.
June 12, Monday-Annual meeting of Trustees.
June 15, Thursday—Commencement.
June 16, Friday-Alunni reunion.

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The University of Southern California was founded in 1879 and was formally opened for students in October, 1880. It comprehends the following colleges, each of which has a distinct faculty of instruction:

The College of Liberal Arts.
The College of Medicine.
The College of Law.
The College of Dentistry.
The College of Music.
The College of Oratory .

The College of Art. A Preparatory School and Commercial School are also maintained. The courses of instruction are stated on other pages of this catalogue.

The government of the University is committed to a Board of twenty-one Trustees. This Board has the power to elect professors and other officers of instruction, to manage the property of the University Corporation, and to determine the general policy of the institution.

It is gratifying to the friends of the University to know that the efforts to raise for it a permanent endowment have brought encouraging results. A funa of $200,000, started by gifts of $65,000 from the late Rev. Asahel M. Hough and his wife, Mrs. Anna G. Hough, has recently been raised for the College of Liberal Arts. It is confidently hoped that other friends will in the near future give material assistance to the movement to endow the University.

Los Angeles is the metropolis of Southern California which comprises the south half of the State. Its population of about 135,000 represents almost every State in the Union and many foreign lands.

The climate throughout the year is such that tourists from every quarter come to spend a part of the year, and many return to make this their permanent home.

It is the greatest railroad center on the Pacific Coast. Three transcontinental lines are completed, and work on a fourth has begun. A network of electric roads connect the city with the numerous beaches, mountain resorts and outlying towns. These are reached by delightful journeys through orange groves and orchards of semi-tropical fruits characteristic of the region.

Los Angeles is known as the Convention City of the West. Every year brings large bodies of people here for the discussion of every kind of public interest known to science, politics, religion and the humanities.

These great conventions afford the student an excellent opportunity to study the subjects of their discussion, while the resident population of the city is sufficiently large to afford important advantages for the study of sociology and kindred subjects.

The diverse view points of the groups of students in the seven colleges make their association an important educational factor.

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