REGISTRATION CONTINUES TODAY THROUGH MONDAY
MONDAY EVENING WILL SEE CLOSE OF ALL REGISTRATION
Registration began yesterday in its new quarters in Hemenway Gymnasium, and it will continue today from 9 until 1 o'clock. The task of registering all the upperclassmen in college proceeded apace yesterday, and with the final day yet to come on Monday, it is expected that registration will be completed more easily than for years past.
Envelope System a Success
The registration this year has been carried on in the sane manner that has proved so efficacious in the two years since its inauguration. The envelope containing every possible direction and formality that are necessary, has obviated much of the difficulty that used to be attendant upon registration. The gymnasium served excellently yesterday as a headquarters, being large enough to take care of the congestion at all times, and it seems probable that it will permanently displace Memorial Hall as the scene of registration.
A student who fails to register before 5 o'clock on Monday may be refused the privilege of registration during the first half-year, and even if he is allowed to register late, he is liable to a fine of five dollars. The courses indicated on the study cards may be changed later, with the approval of the Committee on the Choice of Electives and upon payment of the fees imposed.