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CHANGES IN COURSES

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The following changes in the Announcement of the Courses of Instruction will be effective in the current second half year.

Anthropology 14 will be given by Professor Hooton during the second half year.

Chemistry 44 will be given by Professor W. T. Hall of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Comparative Literature 4 will not be given during the second half year.

Economics 6a will be given by Mr. Douglass Brown.

Economics 17 will not be given during the second half year.

Economics 34 will be given by Professor Ripley during the second half year.

English 1 will be given by Asst. Professor Magoun during the second half year.

English 7 will not be given during the second half year.

English 31 will not be given during the second half year.

Fine Arts 5v will not be given during the second half year.

German 1a: Mr. H. S. Bennett will have charge of the course during the second half year.

Government 75 given by Professor Holcombe, will meet at 12 o'clock on Monday. Wednesday, and Friday: not at 9 o'clock.

Music 4b will not be given during the second half year.

Philosophy 15, to be given by Professor Costello, will meet on Thursday from 2 to 4 o'clock and at a third hour at the pleasure of the instructor.

Philosophy 20e will be given. Monday from 3 to 5 o'clock.

Zoology 4 will be given by Professor A. B. Dawson during the second half year. Clifford H. Moore.   Dean of the Faculty.

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