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First Meeting of Courses

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Courses of instruction in studies offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, which come on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will begin today. Students should consult the Announcement of Courses of Instruction, 3d edition, September 20, 1911, to be obtained at Phillips Brooks House and University 2, and official bulletin boards.

Students are required to enroll at the first meetings of their courses.

For consultation with Instructors, see Directory of Instructors.

The following assignment of recitation rooms indicates the places for the first meetings in certain courses of study offered by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. For the days and hours when other courses are given, see pamphlet entitled "Announcement of the Courses of Instruction," 3d edition," September 20, 1911.

Prescribed Studies.

English D, Tuesday, October 3, Sever 11, 1.05 P. M.

English A, Wednesday, October 4, New Lecture Hall, 1.05 P. M.

Elective Studies.

For all courses of research consult the Instructors. Chemistry 16, Oct. 3, 8 A. M.,  Boylston 9 Economics 13, Oct. 2, 3.30 P. M.,  Upper Dane Economics 15, Oct. 2, 11 A. M.,  Upper Dane Economics 16, Oct. 2, 10 A. M.,  Upper Dane Engineering 16b, Oct. 2, 2.30 P. M.,  Pierce Hall French 21, Oct. 2, 3.30 P. M.,  Sever 23 French 24hf, Oct. 2, 2.30 P. M.,  Sever A Geology 20b, Oct. 4, 9 A. M.,  Geol. Mus. Government 20e, Oct. 2, 4 P. M.,  Sever 7 History 48, Oct. 3, 2.30 . M.,  Sever 7 History 51, Oct. 2, 3.30 P. M.,  Gore Hall Mineralogy and Petrography 14, Oct. 2, 4.30 P. M.,  Min. Lab. Mining and Metallurgy 28, Oct. 2, 9 A. M.,  Geol Mus. 54 Philosophy 20c, Oct. 3, 7.30 P. M.,  Emerson Philosophy 20d, Oct. 5, 4 P. M.,  11 Quincy St. Philosophy 20e, Oct. 2, 7.45 P. M.,  Emerson Physics 2hf, Oct. 3, 8 A. M.,  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25 Public Speaking 2hf, Oct. 3, 10 A. M.,  Upper Mass. Public Speaking 3hf, Oct. 2, 10 A. M.,  Upper Mass. Public Speaking 4hf, Oct. 3, 2.30 P. M.,  Upper Mass. Spanish 6, Oct. 2, 1.30 P. M.,  Sever 7

First Meetings of Courses Open to Freshmen.

English A, Oct. 4, 1.05 P. M., New Lecture Hall.

English 28hf, Oct. 3, 10 A. M., Sever 5

Fine Arts 1, Oct. 3, 2.30 P. M., Fogg Lecture Room.

Greek Ehf, Oct. 4, 2.30 P. M., Sever 26.

Latin Ehf, Oct. 2, 2.30 P. M., Sever 14.

Music 1, Oct. 3, 1.30 P. M., Holden Chapel.

(See also Official Notices).

Friday, October 6.

Meeting of Members of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science and of Business Administration, and guests, in the Faculty Room, 5 University Hall, on Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. An address will be made by Professor T. W. Richards. Others will speak briefly.

First Meetings of Courses Open to Freshmen.

English A, Oct. 4, 1.05 P. M., New Lecture Hall.

English 28hf, Oct. 3, 10 A. M., Sever 5

Fine Arts 1, Oct. 3, 2.30 P. M., Fogg Lecture Room.

Greek Ehf, Oct. 4, 2.30 P. M., Sever 26.

Latin Ehf, Oct. 2, 2.30 P. M., Sever 14.

Music 1, Oct. 3, 1.30 P. M., Holden Chapel.

(See also Official Notices).

Friday, October 6.

Meeting of Members of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and of the Graduate Schools of Applied Science and of Business Administration, and guests, in the Faculty Room, 5 University Hall, on Friday evening, at 8 o'clock. An address will be made by Professor T. W. Richards. Others will speak briefly.

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