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The University Engineering Camp on Squam Lake, New Hampshire, will open on Saturday, June 24 and will close eleven weeks from that date.
Men intending to take courses at the Camp should register at 110 Pierce Hall today between 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
The courses offered this summer are as follows: Engineering 4a, Plane Surveying; counts as one course. Preparation required: logarithms and plane trigonometry. Students who have not taken and passed in these subjects in school or college may qualify by passing the entrance examination on June 19. Engineering 4c, Geodetic Surveying; counts as a half-course. Preparation required: a grade of at least C in Engineering 4a and a knowledge of spherical trigonometry. Engineering 4d, Railroad Surveying; counts as one course. Preparation required: satisfactory pass in Engineering 4a. Engineering 5b, Elementary Statics; counts as a half-course. Preparation required; satisfactory pass in Engineering 1e or an equivalent. Engineering 5e, Elementary Kinematics and Kinetics. Preparation required: satisfactory pass in Engineering 5b, and the first half of Engineering 1c, or equivalent.
Engineering 4c and 4d cannot be taken in the same summer. Further information about the camp is contained in a special pamphlet, now ready for distribution in University 2.
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