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-List of subject headings for use in dictionary catalogues. 2d ed.
rev. 1898. Library Bureau, 156 Wabash Ave., Chicago. $2.00. -Papers prepared for the World's Library Congress. Washing
ton, United States Bureau of Education, 1896. Free. CUTTER, C. A. Rules for a dictionary catalogue. 4th edition re
written. Washington, United States Bureau of Education,
1904. Free. DEWEY, MELVIL. Abridged decimal classification and relative
index. 1895. Library Bureau. $1.50. -Simplified library school rules for popular libraries. 1898. Li
brary Bureau. $1.25.
The (unabridged) Decimal classification, Library school rules and Cutter's Alphabetic order table, altered and fitted to three figures by Kate E. Sanborn, will also be useful in connection with the instruction given.
All other supplies, blanks, and samples needed will be furnished, through the University, at a cost to each student of not over $6.00.
Prospective students in the School of Library Science should communicate as early as possible with Librarian Rowell.
SCHEDULE OF EXERCISES FOR THE SUMMER SESSION, 1906.
All classes meet Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, unless otherwise specified. Recitations and lectures last fiftythree minutes, with intervals of seven minutes. The periods begin at seven minutes past the hour, and end on the even hour.
109 California Hall
9 a.m.Philosophy 1 Prof. Dodge
.1 Philosophy Building Education 6 Supt. Heaton
109 California Hall History 1
Prof. G. B. Adams 113 California Hall Economics 1 Prof. Whitaker
110 California Hall Latin 2 Prof. Price
12 North Hall English Prof. Penniman
.101 California Hall English 4 Prof. Wells
1 North Hall German 1
Dr. Ryder (cont'd at 2)..7 North Hall
103 California Hall
15 North Hall Mathematics 3 .....Prof. Noble
14 North Hall Mathematics 4 .Dr. Ling
10 North Hall Physies 1
Mr. Sheldon (6 hrs) .1 and 2 East Hall Physics 2 Dr. McKay and
Mr. Babcock (6 hrs)....1 and 2 East Hall Physics 3 Dr. McKay ( 6 hrs) .4 East Hall Physics 4 .Dr. Minor (6 hrs) .7 South Hall Astronomy 2 Dr. Ne kirk (S, 3 hrs,
and M W, 7-10 p.m.)....11 Observatory Physiology 1 .Dr. Maxwell, Tu Th Physiological Lab. Hygiene 1 Prof. Ward, M W F 2 Agricultural Bldg. Hygiene 2 Prof. Ward, Tu Th 2 Agricultural Bldg. Drawing 4 Mr. Neilson (3 hrs) .5 East Hall Drawing 5 Mr. Neilson (3 hrs) 5 East Hall Entomology 1 .Mr. Clarke
Entomological Lab. Domestic Sci. 1 .... Miss Secrest (also
Tu Th, 10:30-12) Hearst Hall
Prof. Turner Economics 2 .Prof. Whitaker Greek 1
Prof. Clapp English 2
Prof. Penniman German 2
Mr. Demeter Mathematics 1 .Dr. Ling Mathematics 2 Dr. Putnam (2 hrs) Mathematics 6 Supt. Bunker Physics 6
Tu Th, 10:30-12)
.3 Philosophy Bldg.
Prof. J. Adams
.1 Philosophy Bldg. Prof. Boke
19 North Hall Prof. Turner
113 California Hall Mr. Smith
110 California Hall Prof. Clapp
.8 North Hall
.7 North Hall
22 South Hall Supt. Bunker
16 North Hall Prof. Blasdale
217 Chemistry Bldg. .Prof. De Vries, M Tu 109 California Hall Prof. De Vries, W
25 North Hall
2 Agricultural Bldg.
1 p.m. Education 5
Prof. Yoder, Supts.
Ackerman and Cooper..1 Philosophy Bldg.
Turner, and Stephens....110 California Hall
2 p.m. Philosophy 4 Education 3 Education 8 Law 1 History 2
.3 Philosophy Bldg.
109 California Hall
Hist. Sem. Rm., Library
Bancroft Libr., Cal. Hall .Prof. Prescott
8 North Hall
1 North Hall
22 South Hall
.22 South Hall
The Dean of the Summer Session will keep office hours daily, except Saturday, 11-12, Room 201, California Hall.
High schools, academies, and colleges or universities attended, with periods and dates of attendance; also dates of graduation, and degrees received, if any. (Answer fully):
Business or profession, and present position:
(Names and addresses of school officers or others from whom infor.
mation about you may be obtained)
Specify the summer courses in which you desire to enroll:
(It is understood that this list is subject to change)
Place and date of writing this application:
da Applications should, if possible, be filed with the Recorder of the Faculties,
Berkeley, California, on or before June 13th. They may be sent by mail. In case of adverse action by the Faculty upon an application for admission to the Summer Session, the applicant is notified immediately, by mail; in other cases no acknowledgment or other notice is sent. Additional application forms may be obtained by addressing the Recorder of the Faculties.