Courses at Prospect Union.
The Prospect Union begins work this year with a much larger membership than ever before, and the number of students taking charge of the different courses is also proportionately greater. In addition to the regular courses given last year, which will also be given this year, three societies have been formed to assist in bringing together the men and in stimulating interest among them. Debating and literature are taken up in two of the new clubs; and the third is a choral society, which will be under the charge of Professor Henry '86, of Boston.
A list of the undergraduates in charge of the various courses this year is as follows:
R. Ernst '03, United States History; H. W. Bynner '02, elementary French; O. T. Campbell, reading and spelling; J. L. White '03, reading and spelling; J. H. Abrahams '02, elementary German; H. Mann '03, advanced German; M. Hale '03, current events; P. Chase '02, economics; R. G. Scott '03, arithmetic 1; G. Bettman '03, arithmetic 2a; H. K. Stockton '02, arithmetic 2b; R. B. Ogilby '02, debating club; K. Rainsford '04, debating club; A. Fay '03, geology; L. W. Riddle '02, botany and zoology; J. A. O'Reilly '02, chemistry; C. M. Olmsted '03, physics; F. B. Hoffman '03, free hand drawing; H. D. Stickney, '02, banjo; F. W. Peabody '03, social club; M. J. Bach '02, geography; R. G. Wellington '02, grammar; W. A. Hadden '03, algebra; G. S. Meem '02, mechanical drawing.