Registration for Engineering Sciences 4 or Engineering 300 both of which are given at the University's camp at Squad Lake, New Hampshire, starting Saturday, June 25, will open tomorrow in Room 111, Peirce Hall at 1 o'clock. These courses count for one course credit toward either the A.B. or S.B. degree in the College. They are open to all students with sufficient knowledge for solution of the triangle and who are able to use logarithms. The camp which at one time accomodated 200 students ends on Friday, August 19, and the work includes Plane Surveying and Earthwork. The other courses will be the same as in previous years.
REGISTRATION FOR SQUAM LAKE CAMP TO START TODAY
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