JANUARY 27. TUESDAY.
FORENSICS.The Thesis of the course will be due March 31. This announcement applies to both Juniors and Seniors.
Instead of issuing a supplementary list of topics, it is thought best that anyone who wishes to choose for thesis or final examination a topic not in the pamphlet, should first get the advice of an instructor who has special acquaintance with the topic chosen and should then bring or mail to the forensic instructor a written recommendation from this adviser, declaring the topic a suitable one for the announced purposes of the forensic work. the forensic instructor may then at his pleasure approve the chosen topic as a substitute for any in the pamphlet.
The consultation hours will be abandoned during examination time, but will be renewed at once thereafter.
EVENING READINGS IN ENGLISH.Immediately after the Midyears, Mr. Briggs will begin a short series of readings from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The first reading will be on Monday, Feb. 9, in Sever 11, at 7.30. Subject: the Prologue.