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Final Examinations, 1892.

Provisional Arrangement.

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Each examination begins at 9.30 a.m., and by the regulations must not extend beyond three hours.

The daily exercises in all courses will end at 4.30 p.m., Wednesday, June 1.

Regulations, Section 31: "The blank books required for an examination are to be placed in the hands of the instructor not later than the last exercise in the course before the examination. No student is permitted to take any books or papers into the examination room except by express direction of the instructor. No communication is permitted between students in the examination room on any subject whatever."

FRIDAY, JUNE 3.Semitic 1.

Greek 1.

Latin A.

Latin C.

Latin 8.

English 3.

English 5.

German C.

German 1a.

Spanish 2.

Philosophy 7.

Philosophy 12.

History 10.

Mathematics 2.

Mathematics 5.

Mathematics 13.

[Engineering 8.]

Chemistry 3.

Geology 18.

SATURDAY, JUNE 4.Semitic 11.

Greek A.

Greek 8.

Latin B.

Latin D.

English 15.

German 1c.

French 1b.

French 9.

Italian 2.

Philosophy 6.

Philosophy 13.

History 4.

History 31.

Fine Arts 4.

Mathematics 4.

Zoology 3.

MONDAY, JUNE 6.Semitic 12.

Greek C.

Latin 4.

Latin 11.

German 1b.

Italian 4.

Philosophy 11.

History 12.

Mathematics B.

Mathematics 3.

Mathematics 14.

Botany 4.

Zoology 10.

TUESDAY, JUNE 7.Semitic 4.

Greek B.

Greek D.

Greek 13.

Classical Philology 20.

English 17.

German 2.

Germanic Philology 13.

Philosophy 2.

History 11.

History 25.

Mathematics 6.

Chemistry 1.

Chemistry 6.

Geology 4.

Geology 5.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8.Greek E.

Greek F.

Greek 3.

Greek 7.

THURSDAY, JUNE 9.Latin 1.

Latin 6.

English 2.

German B.

German 3.

French 2.

French 11.

Spanish 3.

History 9.

Mathematics 8.

Mathematics 11.

Chemistry 2.

Chemistry 7.

Geology 2.

Geology 14.

FRIDAY, JUNE 10.Latin 3.

German E.

Romance Philology 2.

Political Economy 8.

History 7.

Music 1.

Physics B.

Chemistry B.

Botany 3.

SATURDAY, JUNE 11.Semitic 5.

Semitic 14.

Greek 10.

Latin 2.

Classical Philology 23.

English A.

Comp. Literature 2.

Philosophy 10.

History 13.

Mathematics 10.

Physics 3.

Chemistry 8.

MONDAY, JUNE 13.Semitic 3.

Greek 2.

Greek 6.

Classical Philology 25.

German 4.

French 1a.

Romance Philology 3.

Romance Philology 7.

Political Economy 7.

History 15.

Mathematics 17.

Physics 1.

Physics 4.

Botany 1.

Zoology 5.

TUESDAY, JUNE 14.Semitic 6.

Latin E.

Classical Philology 21.

English 13.

German 6.

Spanish 1.

Philosophy 3.

Political Economy 4.

Engineering 1.

Engineering 4.

Physics C.

THURSDAY, JUNE 16.Latin 7.

English 1.

German 5.

French 6.

Polit. Econ. 1.

History 1.

History 27.

Roman Law.

Chemistry 2a.

Chemistry 5.

Geology 8.

FRIDAY, JUNE 17.Semitic 8.

Semitic 13.

Sanskrit 1.

Latin F.

English 9.

German 11.

French 7.

Philosophy 4.

Fine Arts 2.

Music 6.

Mathematics 12.

Chemistry 4.

Chemistry 4a.

SATURDAY, JUNE 18.Classical Philology 22.

German 8.

Italian 1.

Political Economy 5.

History 8.

Mathematics E.

Engineering 2.

Engineering 3.

MONDAY, JUNE 20.Semitic 7.

Classical Philology 26.

Italian 3.

Philosophy 1.

Political Economy 2.

History 5.

Fine Arts 1.

Music 2.

Mathematics C.

Mathematics 16.

Physics 7.

Zoology 2.

TUESDAY, JUNE 21.Semitic 2.

German A.

German B.

French A.

Comp. Literature 1.

Political Economy 3.

Music 3.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22.Physics B.

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