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Enrollment for Second 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: Anthropology 4, 10*,  Peabody Mus. Architecture 5d*,  Robinson Hall Astronomy 4b,  Astronomical Lab. Botany 1,  Nash Lect. rm. Botany 6*,  Univ. Mus. 46 Botany 10,  Botanical Mus. 13 b Botany 11*,  Zool. Lect. rm. Botany 12*, [Feb. 13, 2.30 P. M.]  Bussey Inst. Business 14*, 25*,  Emerson H Business 20c*,  Lawrence 4 Business 24*,  Upper Dane Business 30*, [Consult the Secretary of the Business School.] Business 35b*,  Sever 7 Celtic 2* [Feb. 13, 12 M.],  Warren House Chemistry 7*, 8, 10, 13*, 15,  Boylston 9 Chemistry 17*, [Feb. 14, 3.30 P. M.],  Boylston 9 Classical Archaeology 1b,  Sever 25 Classical Archaeology 5*, [Feb. 13, 4.30 P. M.],  Sever 25 Classical Philology 22*, 27*, 36*, 67*,  Sever 14 Classical Philology 26*,  Sever 26 Classical Philology 66*,  Sever 29 Comparative Literature 8,  Sever 32 Comparative Literature 10,  Sever 1 Comparative Literature 16b*,  Sever 8 Comparative Literature 24*,  Sever 11 Comparative Literature 34*,  Sever 6 Comparative Literature 35*, [Feb. 14, 3.30 P. M.],  Sever 23 Economics 6b, 14b,  Harvard 6 Economics 7, 18b,  Emerson D Economics 8b,  Lower Mass. Economics 10*, 23*, 28*,  Upper Dane

Engineering 161*, 17c*,  Pierce 208Engineering 16m*, [Feb. 15, 1 P. M.],  Pierce 107Engineering 18a*, [Feb. 14, 9 A. M.],  Pierce 211Engineering 22*, [Feb. 14, 12 M.],  Pierce 212English D [Feb. 14, 1.30 P. M.],  Sever 11English 3b*, 48*,  Sever 2English 11b, 40*, 61,  Sever 5English 19*, [Feb. 13, 2.30 P. M.]  Sever 5English 22*,  Emerson JEnglish 37,  Sever 36English 50*,  Sever 35English 53,  Sever 11English 55,  Emerson JFine Arts 8b, 20c*,  Robinson HallFine Arts 4c*,  Small Lect. rm., FoggFine Arts 20b*, [Feb. 13, 4.30 P. M.]  Small Lect. rm., FoggFrench 5,  Sever 19Geology and Geography B, 5,  Geol. Lect. rm.Geology and Geography 6, Geol. Mus. 41Geology and Geography 16, Geol. Mus. 23Geology and Geography 18,  Mineral. Lect. rm.German 15*,  Sever 32German 26b,  Sever 6German 20b*, 20c*,  Sever 2Government 24,  Harvard 5Greek A*, 1b, 6*,  Sever 26History A5*,  Div. Lib.History 2b, 10b,  Lower Mass.History 8,  Sever 1History 12b,  Harvard 1History 23b*, 43b, 45*,  Gore HallHistory 24b,  Sem. Mus. 1History 27*,  Sever 19History 30,  Sever 7History of Religions 2*,  Sem. Mus. 1History of Religions 4*,  Div. Lib.Indic Philology 1b, 3*,  Warren HouseIndic Philology 20c*, [Feb. 14, 7.45 P. M.],  9 Farrar St.Latin 2b, 8*,  Sever 14Mathematics D,  Sever 24Mathematics H [Feb. 13, 11 A. M.]  Pierce 212Mathematics 14b, 16b*,  Sever 20Mathematics 29*,  Sever 8Mathematics 33*, [Feb. 14, 4.30 P. M.]  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25Mineralogy and Petrography 8, [Feb. 13, 4.30 P. M.],  Mineral. Lect. rm.Mineralogy and Petrography 14*, [Feb. 15, 4.30. P. M.],  Mineral. Lect. rm.Mining and Metallurgy B, 1*, 4, 8, 12, 17,  Rotch BuildingMining and Metallurgy 14*, 15, 22*,  Pierce 311Philosophy B, E,  Emerson DPhilosophy 2, 6, 21a,  Emerson 27Philosophy 3, 11b,  Emerson FPhilosophy 7b,  Emerson HPhilosophy 201*,  Div. Lib.Physics 6b, 17,  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 3Physics 8*, [Consult Prof. H. N. Davis.]Physics 13*, [Feb. 14, 9, A. M.],  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25Physics 14,  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25Semitic 2,  Sem. Mus. 2Social Ethics 1, 6*,  Emerson JSocial Ethics 2*,  Emerson OSocial Ethics 20a*, 20b*,  Emerson KZoology 2, 11*,  Zool. Lect. rm.Zoology 5a*, 7a*, 7b*, 7c*,  Zool. Mus., 4th fl., rm. 4Zoology 7d*, [Feb. 14, 10 A. M.],  New Lect. Hall 5*For admission to all starred courses and courses "Primarily for Graduates," undergraduates must obtain the written consent of the instructors.*A new enrollment for the second half-year will be taken

Engineering 161*, 17c*,  Pierce 208Engineering 16m*, [Feb. 15, 1 P. M.],  Pierce 107Engineering 18a*, [Feb. 14, 9 A. M.],  Pierce 211Engineering 22*, [Feb. 14, 12 M.],  Pierce 212English D [Feb. 14, 1.30 P. M.],  Sever 11English 3b*, 48*,  Sever 2English 11b, 40*, 61,  Sever 5English 19*, [Feb. 13, 2.30 P. M.]  Sever 5English 22*,  Emerson JEnglish 37,  Sever 36English 50*,  Sever 35English 53,  Sever 11English 55,  Emerson JFine Arts 8b, 20c*,  Robinson HallFine Arts 4c*,  Small Lect. rm., FoggFine Arts 20b*, [Feb. 13, 4.30 P. M.]  Small Lect. rm., FoggFrench 5,  Sever 19Geology and Geography B, 5,  Geol. Lect. rm.Geology and Geography 6, Geol. Mus. 41Geology and Geography 16, Geol. Mus. 23Geology and Geography 18,  Mineral. Lect. rm.German 15*,  Sever 32German 26b,  Sever 6German 20b*, 20c*,  Sever 2Government 24,  Harvard 5Greek A*, 1b, 6*,  Sever 26History A5*,  Div. Lib.History 2b, 10b,  Lower Mass.History 8,  Sever 1History 12b,  Harvard 1History 23b*, 43b, 45*,  Gore HallHistory 24b,  Sem. Mus. 1History 27*,  Sever 19History 30,  Sever 7History of Religions 2*,  Sem. Mus. 1History of Religions 4*,  Div. Lib.Indic Philology 1b, 3*,  Warren HouseIndic Philology 20c*, [Feb. 14, 7.45 P. M.],  9 Farrar St.Latin 2b, 8*,  Sever 14Mathematics D,  Sever 24Mathematics H [Feb. 13, 11 A. M.]  Pierce 212Mathematics 14b, 16b*,  Sever 20Mathematics 29*,  Sever 8Mathematics 33*, [Feb. 14, 4.30 P. M.]  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25Mineralogy and Petrography 8, [Feb. 13, 4.30 P. M.],  Mineral. Lect. rm.Mineralogy and Petrography 14*, [Feb. 15, 4.30. P. M.],  Mineral. Lect. rm.Mining and Metallurgy B, 1*, 4, 8, 12, 17,  Rotch BuildingMining and Metallurgy 14*, 15, 22*,  Pierce 311Philosophy B, E,  Emerson DPhilosophy 2, 6, 21a,  Emerson 27Philosophy 3, 11b,  Emerson FPhilosophy 7b,  Emerson HPhilosophy 201*,  Div. Lib.Physics 6b, 17,  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 3Physics 8*, [Consult Prof. H. N. Davis.]Physics 13*, [Feb. 14, 9, A. M.],  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25Physics 14,  Jeff. Phys. Lab. 25Semitic 2,  Sem. Mus. 2Social Ethics 1, 6*,  Emerson JSocial Ethics 2*,  Emerson OSocial Ethics 20a*, 20b*,  Emerson KZoology 2, 11*,  Zool. Lect. rm.Zoology 5a*, 7a*, 7b*, 7c*,  Zool. Mus., 4th fl., rm. 4Zoology 7d*, [Feb. 14, 10 A. M.],  New Lect. Hall 5*For admission to all starred courses and courses "Primarily for Graduates," undergraduates must obtain the written consent of the instructors.*A new enrollment for the second half-year will be taken

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