The Social Union, having arranged the schedule of courses given below, will begin its year's work today at its rooms in Brattle street, and will hold the first meetings in all the courses during the week.
Special certificates are to be awarded at the end of the year's work to men who attain a certain standing, and also to men who do conscientious work in the courses, though they may fail of high standing.
The courses as provisionally arranged are:
English 1a. Spelling and Dictation. Wednesdays at 7.30. Instructor, Mr. H. V. Hubbard '97.
English 1b. Elementary Reading and writing. Wednesdays at 7.30. Instructor, Mr. H. J. Wilder '98.
English 3. Elocution. Debating. Mondays at 8.30. Instructor, A. M. Sayre '98.
English 4. Grammar. Tuesdays at 7.30. Instructor, Mr. H. M. Appleton.
English 5. Rhetoric and Composition. Fridays at 7.30. Instructor, Miss E. A. McGlinchey, R. '98.
English 6. Class for Foreigners. Tuesdays at 7.30. Instructor, Miss M. G. Leonard.
French, German, and Italian.
French 1. Elementary. Mondays at 8.30. Instructor, Mr. M. E. Fenollosa '97.
French 2. Intermediate. Mondays at 7.30. Instructor, Miss M. H. Tufts.
French 3. Advanced. Fridays at 7.00. Instructor, Mr. E. R. Elder '97.
German 1. Elementary. Tuesdays at 7.30. Instructor, Mr. J. Lucht '99.