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With 30 signatures of date on the petition for a course in meteorology and climatology next year, students backing the move hope to obtain enough additional signatures by tomorrow to force the success of the plea when it is presented to University Hall next week. For three years the course has been listed as "to be omitted next year." Members of the Class of 1936 wanting the course on next year's curriculum, hope to overcome the objection of the University that three are insufficient applicants to warrant a course.

Petitions are now posed in the Union, Sever, Pierce, the Geological Museum, and the Military and Naval Science Departments, where they will remain today and tomorrow.

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