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Order of Final Examinations.

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Examinations begin at 9.15 a. m. except those specially announced below for 1.30 p. m. Examinations must not extend beyond three hours.

Regulations: "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."

"A student who is not in the examination room within five minutes after the hour appointed for the examination shall not be admitted without permission of the instructor or of the officer in general charge of the examinations."

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

Saturday, May 28.1.30 p. m.

Latin 14.

Thursday, June 2.Greek E. Engineering 11a.

Greek F. Engineering 22.

Greek 3. Geology 8.

Greek 7. Hygiene 2.

Philosophy 7.

Friday, June 3.Greek A. Slavic 1a.

Greek 8. History 5.

Latin B. Government 7.

Latin DII. Economics 14.

Class. Phil. 27. Philosophy 6.

English 15. Fine Arts 3.

German C. Mathematics 25.

German 1c. Astronomy 2.

Germ. Phil. 13. Engineering 40.

French 13 Engineering 6c.

Italian 2. Zoology 3.

Rom. Phil. 4.

Saturday, June 4.Semitic 8. Fine Arts 1.

Semitic 13. Music 8.

Sanskrit 1. Mathematics B.

Latin 13. Mathematics C.

Class. Phil. 37. Mathematics 3.

Class. Phil. 58. Mathematics 19.

German 5a. Engineering 10e.

French 11. Chomistry 10.

History 6. Zoology 2.

Economics 2. Mining 6.

Philosophy 1a. Archaeology 1.

Monday, June 6.Semitic 3. History 12.

Semitic 12. Economics 7.

Greek C. Philosophy 9.

Class. Phil. 50. Mathematics F.

English 8. Mathematics 17.

French 1b. Astronomy 3.

French 7. Engineering 5a.

Italian 4. Botany 4.

Rom. Phil. 3. Mineralogy 12.

History 7.

1.30 p. m.German 1a.

Tuesday, June 7.Semitic 6. Economics 9.

Greek 2. Philosophy 5.

Greek 6. Mathematics 13.

English 9. Engineering 8a.

English 28. Physics 1.

German 10. Physics 4.

French 1a. Botany 1.

French 6c. Zoology 9.

French 9. Geology 10.

History 14. Hygiene 1.

Wednesday, June 8.Engineering 3d. Engineering 11b.

Thursday, June 9.Semitic 5. History 13.

Semitic 15. Economics 11.

Latin 2. Philosophy 3.

Latin 10. Mathematics 10.

English 14. Engineering 16e.

English 25. Mil. Science 2.

German 6. Chemistry 8.

French 14. Mining 1.

1.30 p. m.English A.

Friday, June 10.Latin 7. Philosophy 1b.

Latin 9. Philosophy 13.

German G. Philosophy 14.

German 5. Mathematics E.

Italian 1. Engineering 5b.

Rom. Phil. 2. Engineering 10b.

Government 10. Engineering 14a.

Economics 5.

1.30 p. m.Engineering 4a.

Saturday, June 11.Semitic 1. History 8.

Latin A. History 10.

Latin C. Economics 4.

Latin DI. Economics 13.

Latin 8. Philosophy 17.

English 3. Mathematics 2.

German 1b. Mathematics 5.

German 2. Engineering 12c.

Spanish 2. Chemistry 3.

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