The examinations required of all candidates for Second Year and Final Honors in Classics for the current year will be held in accordance with the schedule given bellow:
Thursday, May 21--The translation at sight of passages from Greek authors, at 9.15 o'clock in Sever 29.
Friday, May 22--The translation at sight of passages from Latin authors, at 9.15 o'clock in Sever 29. The general paper at 2 o'clock in Sever 29.
Thursday, June 4--Latin composition, (Latin 3) at 9.15; place to be announced.
Friday, May 29--Greek composition, (Greek 3 and 7) at 9.15; place to be announced.
A candidate for Final Honors is required to present, before June 1 of his Senior year, a thesis written in Latin on some subject approved by one of the instructors in Classics. As early as May 1, an outline or brief of his thesis must be submitted to this instructor for his approval. Theses must be presented this year to Professor C. H. Moore, Secretary of the Classical Department.