All students are required to attend the first meetings of their courses. An asterisk after the number of the course indicates that undergraduates must get the written consent of the instructor in order to elect it.
Since all courses in English have been renumbered, students must check carefully the announcements in the Course Pamphlet. BIOLOGY 40* Consult Professor Upton CHEMISTRY 23* Consult Professor Kistiakowsky 25* Consult Dr. Coolige Mallinckrodt 206 27* Consult Professor Bent CLASSICAL PHILOLOGY 20* Mon. at 4-5.30 Widener D COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY 7hf* Tues., Oct. 1, at 3 Widener B ECONOMICS C hf* Consult Prof. O. H. Taylor 19* Mon. at 4-6 Dunster House 33* Consult Professor Black 60* Consult Professor Burbank ENGLISH B Consult Mr. McMullen C Consult Mr. McMullen D* Consult Asst. Professor Whiting E Consult Professor Packard FINE ARTS 19a* Mon. at 4-6 Fogg Small Rm. GEOGRAPHY 32a* Tu., Oct. 1, 2-4 Geography Bldg. GEOLOGY 3 Consult Professor Billings 22* Consult Professor Grafton GERMAN 20a* Tues. at 3-5 Sever 6 GOVERNMENT 2hf* Consult Professor Holcombe 26hf* Mon. at 4 Sever 7 GREEK 3hf Tues. Oct. 1, at 3 Sever 26 7hf Tues. Oct. 1, at 3 Sever 29 HISTORY Chf* Consult Mr. Chase Lowell E13 Consult Professor Matthiessen Grays 18 27a* Consult Professor Langer 58* Consult Professor Haring HISTORY OF RELIGIONS 9* Fri at 4-6 Andover D PHILOSOPHY 20j* Tues., Oct.1, 7.30-9.30 Emerson C PSYCHOLOGY 13* Consult Professor Pratt 13a hf* Consult Dr. McGregor 26* Consult Professor Wells Psychopathic Hospital, Boston ROMANTIC PHILOLOGY 5 hf* Sat. at 9 Boylston 25 SEMITIC 14* Consult Professor Thomson SOCIOLOGY C hf* Consult Dr. Joslyn 26a* Consult Prof. James Ford *Seminary, Mon., Sept. 30, 4.15-6.15 Emerson 209