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Enrollment figures in the other large courses for the last three years. In the list column I denotes an increase, and D and decrease. See page one for largest courses. Course  1936-37  1937-38  1938-39 Anthropology I  88  81  111  I Chemistry A  125  153  161  I Chemistry B  158  201  194  -- Chemistry 2  170  193  209  I Economics 41  213  206  186  D Economics 61  168  177  199  I English A-1  *  202  199  -- English I  *  *  204  -- English 7  130  135  143  -- Eng.35 (Comp.Lit.)  296  195  83  -- Fine Arts 1d  *  *  248  -- French 6  166  127  143  -- German E  172  143  129  D Government 7  148  158  124  -- Government 18  172  134  139  -- History 5a  156  177  204  I History 32a  164  150  167  -- Math 2  154  174  195  I Military Science 1  115  85  111  -- Music I  293  204  211  -- Naval Science 1  65  71  119  I Philosophy A  153  167  152  -- Philosophy B  83  74  136  I Physics B  115  128  133  I Physics C  156  181  197  I Psychology 1 (A)  125  249  228  -- Sociology A  89  139  139  I

*--Denotes courses which have been so changed or combined with another that comparison would be misleading.

*--Denotes courses which have been so changed or combined with another that comparison would be misleading.

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