IN order to save time and trouble I wish to give notice that the lists of entries for History 122 and Government 7 are already as large as can be accommodated.
S. M. MACVANE.METAPHYSICAL SEMINARY.- The "Extra Meeting" expected this week, is postponed until Wednesday, February 23, at 7.30 p. m., at 103 Irving St.
JOSIAH ROYCE.1 2
ENGINEERING 3E.- Lecture on Friday, Feb. 18, at 11.00, in Eng. Lab. Bring "Modern Stone Cutting and Masonry," by Siebert and Biggin.
W. V. MOSES.SENIORS and Juniors who wish to study reading and speaking with Mr. Copeland and are not already members of other classes, will present themselves in Sever 17, Mondays at 2.30 p. m.
Two other new classes, open to all students of the University, will meet on Thursdays-from 11 to 12, in Sever 14; from 12 to 1, in Sever 18.
ENGINEERING 3A.- Text-book for second half-year, Anthony's "Machine Drawing" (at Co-op.). Bring to lecture.
W. V. MOSES.11 2
A SERIES of lectures on the chemistry and technology of fermentation will be given during the second half-year, under the auspices of the Chemical Department by Dr. H. E. Sawyer. Open to all members of the University. First lecture Tuesday, Feb. 15, at 3.30 p. m. in Boylston 12.
ENGLISH A.- Change of recitation rooms: Mr. Sheffield's sections 1b and 6c which have formerly met on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in Sever 14, will meet hereafter, beginning Monday, Feb. 14, in Lower Dane.
ENGLISH 6.- The meeting of the Tuesday section of English 6 announced for Feb. 15 will take place Thursday, Feb. 24. The place will be announced later.
COMMITTEE on Special Students.- Change of office hours of chairman. During the second half-year office hours will be 12.30 to 1.15, at College Office, University Hall, 4.
MATH. E2.- The two sections will meet on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, one at 9 a. m., in U. 19, the other at 1.30 p. m., in Sever 24. Enrolment in both will occur on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
F. H. SAFFORD.