All undergraduates in the University must hand in at University Hall not later than 5 o'clock on Monday afternoon the card on which they have indicated the whole courses, the half-courses running through the year, and the half-courses that they propose to take in the second half-year. Students should get the signature of their advisers to this list of studies, unless they are not taking up any second half-year courses. If, however, a student is unable to consult his adviser before 5 P. M., Monday, February 12, he must hand in the card without the signature, as failure to do so will subject him to a fine of five dollars.
Study Cards Due Monday at 5
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