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THE STUDENT VAGABOND

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I am tired of choosing courses. I shall sally forth with a complete road map and go where my vagabonding fancy may lead me.

9 O'CLOCK

Anthropology I, Professor Tozzer, Semitic Museum I, "Primitive Music." P

Government 19b, Professo Yeomans, Harvard 2, "Deprivation of Civil Liberty."

Geology 17, Profesor Knapper, Geology Lecture Room, Moving pictures of the World Struggle for Petroleum

History B, Mr. Chase, Harvard 3, "Problems of the Confederacy".

10 O'CLOCK

History 56, Professor Hackett, Sever 11, "Social Revolution in Mexico Since 1910".

11 O'CLOCK

English 11b, Dr. Magoun, Sever 11, "Milton's Political Career".

Fine Arts 1d, Professor Edgell, Fogg, "Umbrian School".

12 O'CLOCK

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

Philosophy 5, Professor Hocking, Emerson D, "A Theory of Rights".

English 72, Professor Lowes, New Secture Hall, "The Ring and the Book".

Philosophy 6b, Professor Moore, Germanic Museum, "The Place of Man in Nature".

Music 3, Music Building, Miss Bulard singing songs from Schubert and clumann.

Economics 8, Professor Carver, Sever 7, "The Problem of Material Maldaption.

Fine Arts 3a, Professor Conant, Robison "Churches of Ravenna".

2 O'CLOCK

Psychology A, Professor McDougall merson D, "Interest".

Economics 3, Professor Young, Harvard "The Business Cycle".

8.15 O'CLOCK

The Burgin String Quartet will play the Music Building.

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