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THE STUDENT VAGABOND

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

After a week of wandering I have returned once more to the confines of Cambridge and find for this morning such a wealth of courses spread before me that I find it difficult to choose my fare. Perhaps, if I scan the entire menu for this morning I shall be able to make up my mind what to take.

Nine O'Clock

Government 19b, Professor Yeomans, Harvard 2. "The equal protection of the laws. Race discrimination."

English 8, Professor Elton, Harvard 6. "Johnson and Boswell."

Ten O'Clock

History 56, Professor Hackett, Sever 11, "Modern Uruguay."

Eleven O'Clock

Fine Arts 1d, Professor Edgell, Fogg Art Museum, "The High Renaissance in Venice, Baroque Painting in Italy."

Twelve O'Clock

English 14, Professor Murray, Harvard 3, "Shakespere."

Two O'Clock

Psychology A: Professor McDougall, Emerson D, "Emotion."

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