The third laboratory hour is represented by the discussion period held Several students in mathematics will in West
Monday at 4 in N. S. Aud. for all students. present phases of the subject which room 22
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
versity on Wednesday, Dec. 7, from four to six o'clock. The tea on De-
iber 14 will be omitted.
University Broadcasting Service-Tuesday, Dec. 6 at 2 p. m. "The Be-
ior of Young Children-Discussion Number Five" by Dr. Marguerite
ker, Associate Professor of Education.
Forestry Assembly: For all students in the School of Forestry and Con-
ration at 11 a. m. Wednesday, December 7, in Room 2054 Natural Sci-
e Building. G. P. McCallum will discuss forest management from the
it of view of the private owner. S. T. Dana, Dean.
Qualifying Examination in Education: The next series of Qualifying
iminations required for students planning to carry on directed teaching
t semester will be held on Saturday, January 14, from 9-12 o'clock in the
litorium of the University High School. Students concerned should con-
; the instructor in Special Methods in accordance with their interest.
The next COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION IN EDUCATION will be
d on Saturday, January 21, 1933. C. 0. Davis, Secretary
English 48: Elections in English 48 must -be approved by one of the
instructors in the course. This may be done Monday to Thursday from
9-12 and 2-5. 'Room 3230 A.H.
History 34 (Recent English History): The prerequisite for this course
is not as stated in the catalogue. The course is open to sophomores, juniors,
and seniors on the same terms as History 33.
French Courses-Second Semester: The following sections not listed in
the Announcement of the Library College will be offered in the second
semester of 1932-33.
French 2, Sec. 12, MTTF at 11, 306 R.L. French 101, Sec. 5, MWF at 10,
308 R.L., Assistant Professor Rovillain. French 114, Sec. 9, MWF at 1, 307
R.L., Mr. Herman. French 114, Sec. 10, MWF at 8, 312 R.L., Mr. Her-
man. French 115, Sec. 4, TT at 8, 312 R.L., Dr. Cloppet. French 115, Sec.
5, MWF at 2, 303 R.L., Assistant Professor Jobin. French 116, Sec. 6, MWF
at 1, 209 R.L. Koella.
Hygiene Lectures-Women. Lists of grades for students who were reg-
istered for Hygiene Lectures this fall have been posted in Barbour Gyn-
nasium. Students who have received Incompletes must remove such grades
University Lecture: Wednesday, December 7, 4:15 p. m., Natural
Science Auditorium. Professor A. Souter, of the University of Aberdeen,
Scotland: "A Sportsman Bishop of the Olden Time."
German Department monthly meeting at 4:15 in Room 241 University
Physics Colloquium: Professor S. Goudsmit will talk on "Oil Viscosi-
cies" at 4:15 p. m., Room 1041, East Physics Building. Al interested are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Junior Research Club: Dr. Carleton B. Pierce will speak on "The Un-
scientific Use of the X-Ray" and Henry M. Kendall on "Climatic Variability
in the Eastern United States," Room 2082 Natural Science Building at
7:30 p. m. New members will be introduced.
Forestry Club: Banquet with State Foresters, at Jackson. Cars will
leave Natural Science Building at 5:45 p. m.
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers, Room 3201 E. Engineering TRAVEL BUREAU
Building at 12:15 o'clock. Professor R. B. Hall, of the Department of Geo-
graphy, will address the group. Chubb's - 12-7 P M.
Junior Mathematical Society observes student's night this evening.
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