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3. The Care of the Home.

Miss HYDE. The fundamental principles of household economy; selection of

building site; plans; sanitation; furnishing and care of the

house, etc. 1 unit. Tu Th, 2. Hearst Hall.

Miss HYDE. Individual work and

4. Chafing Dish Cookery.
The preparation of salads, desserts, etc.

demonstration. 1 unit. M W, 2-3:30. Hearst Hall.


1. On or before Wednesday, June 14th, if possible, file application

with the Recorder of the Faculties.

2. Before Monday, June 26th, if possible, select lodgings in


3. Saturday, June 24th


. (a) Register your college Monday, June 26th

address with the Recorder South Hall, first floor; (b) obtain from the Recorder a Study Card; (c) show this card to the Secretary of the Regents (next door to Recorder), (d) pay necessary fees and (e) receive a Certificate of Registration; (1) this Certificate is to be shown, on duinand, 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 Secretary on Saturday, June 24th, in order to gain time for consultation with their instructors and for other preliminaries on Monday. On Saturday and on Monday fees may be paid from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The regular class exercises will begin on Monday.

4. Monday, June 26th, 3 p.m., University Meeting. A general

assembly of the Faculty and students of the Summer Session. Announcements by the Dean; addresses by two 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 selfaddressed stamped envelope with the Recorder at the close of the Session, and a certificate will be mailed to you.


All classes meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, unless

otherwise specified. Recitations and lectures last fifty-three minutes, with intervals of seven minutes. The periods begin at seven minutes past the hour, and end on the even hour.

8 A.M.- Education 5. Prof. Farrington

1 North Hall
History 5
Prof. Page

25 North Hall
Greek 4
Prof. Prescott

8 North Hall
Latin 1
Prof. Hale.

12 North Hall
German 2
Mr. Demeter

7 North Hall
French 1
Mr. Lamare

7 East Hall
Mathematics 4. Prof. E. H. Moore.

21 North Hall. Chemistry 1 Dr. Morgan

21 Chemistry Bldg. Entomology 1 Mr. Clarke

2 Agricultural Bldg. 9 A.M.-Philosophy 1. Prof. Baldwin, M Tu W Th... 3 Philosophy Bldg.

Philosophy 2 Prof. Baldwin, F (and M W, 11)... 3 Philosophy Bldg.
Education 1 Supt. Kendall.

1 Philosophy Bldg.
History 6
Prof. Page

25 North Hall
Law 2
Prof. Jones

19 North Hall
Law 3
Prof. Prescott

8 North Hall
German 1..
Mr. Demeter.

7 North Hall
French 1
Mr. Dupouey

7 East Hall
Mathematics 3..... Prof. E. H. Moore

11 North Hall Physics 1

Mr. A. N. Sheldon (6 hrs.).......... 1 and 2 East Hall
Physics 2

Dr. Minor and Mr. Butler (6 hrs.) 1 and 2 East Hall
Physics 3
Dr. Minor (6 hrs.)

4 East Hall
Physics 4
Dr. Hall (6 hrs.)

7 South Hall
Physics 6
Prof. Boltzmann

14 South Hall
Physiology 1. Dr. Maxwell

Physiological Lab. Entomology 2 Mr. Clarke, MWF

2 Agricultural Bldg. Entomology 3. Mr. Clarke, Tu Th.

2 Agricultural Bldg. Drawing 3 Mr. Neilson (3 hrs.).

5 East Hall Domestic Science 1 Miss Bartlett (9-10:30)

Hearst Hall

10 A.M.- Education 2.. Supt Kendall
History 1

Dr. Thwaites
Law 2.....

Prof. Jones (continued)
Greek 2

Prof. Seymour
English 4

Mr. Dixon
English 5

Mr. von Neumayer
German 3

Prof. Schilling
Spanish 1

Dr. Bransby
Mathematics 1 Dr. Putnam
Mathematics 1 Prof. E. H. Moore (continued)
Mathematics 5. Mr Bunker
Geography 1 Prof. Holway
Physiology 2 Dr. Maxwell, Tu Th
Domestic Science 2 Miss Bartlett (10:30-12)

1 Philosophy Bldg. 1 Observatory 19 North Hall

8 North Hall 18 North Hall 10 North Hall 13 North Hall 3 North Hall 4 North Hall 21 North Hall 16 North Hall. 22 South Hall Physiological Lab. Hearst Hall

Schedule of Exercises; Office Hours of Dean.


11 A.M.-Philosophy 2. Prof. Baldwin, M W (and F, 9)..... 3 Philosophy Bldg. Education 6. { Millspaugh, and Van Liew)

1 Philosophy Bldg.
History 2
Dr. Thwaites

1 Observatory
Greek 1.
Prof. Seymour, MWF

8 North Hall
Greek 3
Prot. Seymour, Tu Th

8 North Hall
Latin 2
Prof. Hale...

12 North Hall
English 6
Mr. von Neumayer

10 North Hall
German 4
Prof. Schilling

13 North Hall
Spanish 2
Dr. Bransby

3 North Hall
Mathematics 2 Dr. Putnam

4 North Hall
Astronomy 1.. Dr. Crawford,

1 Observatory
Physics 5
Dr. Hall, M Tu Th F.

13 South Hall.
Geography 2 Prof. Holway

22 South Hall Geography 3 Mr. Bunker

16 North Hall 1 P.M.-Philosophy 3. Mr. Overstreet.

1 Philosophy Bldg.
History 3
Prof. Stephens.

18 North Hall
Dr. Crawford (3 hrs.) and
Astronomy 2

11 Observatory

MW, 7-10 p.m. )
Mineralogy 2 Prof. Eakle.

34 South Hall
Profs. Wickson, Jaffa,
Agriculture 1

Stubenrauch, Major, Dr. >13 Agricultural Bldg.

Haring, and Mr. Clarke
Drawing 1.. Mr. Meyer (3 hrs.).

22 East Hall
Drawing 2 Mr. Meyer (3 hrs.)

22 East Hall
Drawing 4
Mr. Neilson (3 hrs.).

5 East Hall 2 P.M.-Philosophy 4. Dr. Wrinch

1 Philosophy Bldg.
Education 3
Prof. E. C. Moore.

16 North Hall
History 4
Prof. Stephens

18 North Hall
Music 1
Prof. Stanley

1 Observatory
English 1
Prof. Lamont

19 North Hall
English 2.
Prof. Bradley

23 North Hall
Mineralogy 1. Prof. Eakle

27 South Hall
Domestic Science 3 Miss Hyde, Tu Th.

Hearst Hall
Domestic Science 4 Miss Hyde, M W, 2-3:30

Hearst Hall 3 P.M.- Education 4. Prof. E. C. Moore

3 Philosophy Bldg. Music 2... Prof. Stanley

1 Observatory
English 1

Prof. Lamont (continued) 19 North Hall
English 3
Prof. Bradley

24 North Hall
Mineralogy 1 Prof. Eakle (continued)

27 South Hall 4 P.M.-Law 1. Mr. Dorety

19 North Hall Physical ('ult. 1.. Miss Place

Hearst Gym. 7-10P.M.- Astronomy 2 Dr. Crawford (and Th, 1-4) 11 Observatory

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The Dean of the Summer Session will keep office hours daily, except Saturday, 11-12, Recorder's Office, South Hall.

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