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Enrollment in Courses for Half-Year

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Students who wish to take courses that begin in the second half-year should file petitions at the College Office, unless they elected such courses at the beginning of the academic year. After the first meeting no student will be admitted to a second-half-year course without permission from the College Office and the Instructor. All students electing courses of study which begin in the second half-year are required to enroll themselves, at the first exercises, in the following rooms: Architecture 5d*,  Robinson Hall Astronomy 4b,  Astronomical Lab. Botany 1,  Nash Lect. rm. Botany 10,  Botanical Mus. 13 b Business 14*,  Emerson H Business 30*, [Consult the Secretary of the Business School.] Business 35b*,  Sever 7 Chemistry 7*, 15,  Boylston 9 Chemistry 17*, 3.30,  Boylston 9 Classical Archaeology 1b,  Sever 25 Clasical Philology 22*, 67*,  Sever 14 Classical Philology 26*,  Sever 26 Comparative Literature 8.  Sever 32 Comparative Literature 16b*,  Sever 8 Comparative Literature 34*,  Sever 6 Comparative Literature 35*, [3.30].  Sever 23 Economics 6b, 14b,  Harvard 6 Economics 23*, 28*,  Upper Dane Education 6b,  Lawrence 6 Education 2b,  Harvard 1 Egyptoloty 3, 4, 6*, [Consult Professor Reisner, Feb. 15, 4.5 P. M. , Semitie Mus. 2.] Engineering 3d, 5e,  Pierce 209 Engineering 4e*, 6c*,  Pierce 21 Engineering 16m*, [Feb. 15, 1 P. M.], Pierce 107 Engineering 18a*, [9],  Pierce 211 Engineering 22*, [12],  Pierce 212 English D, [1.30],  Sever 11 English 61,  Sever 5 English 22*  Emerson J English 50*,  Sever 35 Fine Arts 8b, 20c*,  Robinson Hall Geology and Geography B, 5, Geol. Lect. rm. German 20b*, 20c*,  Sever 2 Greek 6*,  Sever 26 History A5*,  Div. Lib. History 43b, 45*,  Gore Hall History 27*.,  Sever 19 History of Religions 4*,  Div. Lib. Indie Philology 20c*, [7.45], 9 Farrar St. Latin 2b, 8*  Sever 14 Mathematics 29*,  Sever 8 Mathematics 33*, [4.30],  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25 Mineralogy and Petrography 14*, [Feb. 15, 4.30],  Mineral. Lect. rm. Mining and Metallurgy B. S.  Rotch Building Mining and Metallurgy 14, 15, 22*,  Pierce 311 Philosophy B,  Emerson D Philosophy 21a,  Emerson 27 Philosophy 3, 11b,  Emerson F Philosophy 7b,  Emerson H Philosophy 201*,  Div. Lib. Physics 17,  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 3 Physics 8*, [Consult Prof. H. N. Davis] Physics 13*, [9],  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25 Physics 14,  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25 Social Ethies 1,  Emerson J Social Ethies 2*,  Emerson O Social Ethies 20a*, 20b*,  Emerson K Zoology 5a*, 7b*, 7c*,  Zool, Mus, 4th frm. 4

Zoology 7d*, [10],  New Lect. Hall

Zoology 7d*, [10],  New Lect. Hall

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