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Notice to Freshmen and Sophomores

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Every member of the classes of 1914 and 1915 is required to hand in, either to the Recorder or to Professor C. P. Parker, a list of three electives or a plan of study for the whole College course. By vote of the Faculty these lists and plans are due tomorrow or earlier. If any student does not hand in his list of studies by that time, the Committee will report his name to the College Administrative Board with the recommendation that he be placed on probation. No change can be made after May 1 in the courses chosen, except by the permission of the Committee on the choice of Electives.

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