ANNOUNCE DATES OF 1933 SUMMER SCHOOL SESSIONS

Yard Will Be Used by Both Men and Women Students--Maximum Number Of Courses Allowed Is Two

July 6 and August 16 were announced yesterday by University Hall as the opening and closing dates of the Harvard Summer School of Arts, Sciences, and Education.

This year all students may secure their board in the Harvard Union. As usual both men and women will be housed in the Yard dormitories. There are usually about 2500 students registered in this summer session in all Schools, half of whom are women.

There will be a registration fee of $5 and the usual tuition of $25 per course for most courses. The outline of the courses calls for frequent excursions to places of historical and industrial interest, musical and dramatic entertainment, and public readings and lectures.

Registration July 6

Registration will take place on Thursday and Friday, July 6 and 7. There will be no entrance requirements or examinations and credit will be given toward the degrees of Bachelor of Arts, Associate in Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, Master of Education, and Doctor of Education. The maximum number of courses which may be taken is two, the equivalent of six semester hours.

Courses will be offered in Anthropology, Architecture, Astronomy, Botany, Chemistry, Chinese, Economy, Education, Engineering Sciences, English, Fine Arts, French, Geology, German, Government, Greek, History, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Mathematics, Medical Sciences, Meteorology, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Physiology, Public Speaking, Sociology, Spanish, and Zoology.

A detailed announcement, to be published March 15, may be obtained by addressing an application to the Director of the Summer School, University Hall.