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 Material Information
Title: University record
Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: University of the State of Florida
University of Florida
Publisher: University of the State of Florida,
University of the State of Florida
Place of Publication: Lake city Fla
Publication Date: January 1953
Copyright Date: 1946
Frequency: quarterly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: College publications -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Universities and colleges -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Agricultural education -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
University extension -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Teachers colleges -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
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 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb. 1907) is misnumbered as Vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: Imprint varies: <vol. 1, no. 2-v.4, no. 2> Gainesville, Fla. : University of the State of Florida, ; <vol. 4, no. 4-> Gainesville, Fla. : University of Florida.
General Note: Issues also have individual titles.
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Volume ID: VID00172
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Full Text




THE UNIVERSITY RECORD
of the
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA




SCHEDULE OF COURSES
SECOND SEMESTER

1952-53


Series I, No. 1


January 1, 1953


Published monthly by the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
Entered in the post office in Gainesville, Florida, as second-class matter,
under Act of Congress, August 24, 1912
Office of Publication, Gainesville, Florida


0 1 ?l


Vol. XLVIII











Sc4edate of dace4

SECOND SEMESTER 1952-1953

MINIMUM SIZE OF CLASSES
No undergraduate class or section will be continued or offered if, at the end of the regular
registration period, prior to the day classes begin for a term or semester, the registration
does not meet the following minimum requirements.
For Freshmen and Sophomore classes or sections (the comprehensive courses and courses
numbered in the 100's and 200's) the minimum is 12 registrations.
For Junior classes or sections (courses numbered in the 300's) the minimum is 8 regis-
trations.
For Senior classes or sections (courses numbered in the 400's) the minimum is 6 regis-
trations.

ABBREVIATIONS
The following abbreviations have been used to designate buildings:


A BUILDING A
(Accounting)
AD ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING
AN ANDERSON HALL
AU AUDITORIUM
B BUILDING B
BA BENTON ANNEX
BN BENTON HALL
C BUILDING C
(Art)
CR CANCER RESEARCH
LABORATORY
DL DAIRY LABORATORY
E BUILDING E
El ENGINEERING AND
INDUSTRIES BUILDING
F BUILDING F
FG FLORIDA GYMNASIUM
FL FLOYD HALL
FM FARM MACHINE
LABORATORY
GH GREENHOUSE
HT HORTICULTURE BUILDING
I BUILDING I
(Classrooms)
J BUILDING J
(Biology Lab.)
K BUILDING K
(Classrooms)
LE LEIGH HALL


LI LIBRARY
LW LAW BUILDING
MI MILITARY BUILDING
N BUILDING N
(Engineering Class Rooms and
Laboratories)
NL NUTRITION LABORATORY
OD OFFICE D
OE OFFICE E
OF OFFICE F
PE PEABODY HALL
PO POULTRY LABORATORY
R BUILDING R
(Music)
RE REED LABORATORY
SC SCIENCE HALL
SE SEAGLE BUILDING
SL SANITARY LABORATORY
U BUILDING U
(Architecture and Art)
UA UNION ANNEX
VL VEGETABLE PROCESSING
LABORATORY
WA WALKER HALL
WG WOMEN'S GYM
WO WOOD PRODUCTS
LABORATORY
YN YONGE BUILDING
Z BUILDING Z
(Biology and Botany Labs.)











SECOND SEMESTER 1952-1953
1953
February 4, Wednesday ............. Placement tests for entering students.
February 5-7, Thursday-Saturday.... Registration according to appointments assigned on
receipt of preliminary application. No one permitted
to start Registration on Saturday, February 7, after
10 A.M.
February 9, Monday, 7:40 A.M. ...... Classes begin. All registration fees increased $5.00 for
persons completing registration on or after this date.
February 14, Saturday, 12 noon..... Last time for completing registration for the second
semester. No one Eermitted to start registration after
10 A.M. on this date.
Last time for adding courses and for changing
sections.
February 16, Monday, 12 noon...... Last time for submitting resignation for second se-
mester and receiving any refund of fees.
March 7, Saturday, 12 noon......... Last time for filing application with Dean to be desig-
nated as honor student.
March 14, Saturday, 12 noon........Last time for making application at the Office of the
Registrar for a degree to be conferred at the end of
the second semester.
March 24, Tuesday, 4 P.. ........... Last time for dropping courses without receiving a
grade of E.
April 9, Thursday, 5:30 P.M........... Spring recess begins.
April 11, Saturday, 12 noon ......... Last time for removing grades of I or X received in
preceding semester or term of attendance.
April 14, Tuesday, 7:40 A.M .......... Spring recess ends.
May 2, Saturday ................. Last day for filing preliminary application for 1953
Summer Session.
May 15, Friday ................... Last day for candidates for degrees to be conferred
at the end of the second semester to complete corres-
pondence courses.
May 18, Monday, 4 P.M............ Last time for candidates for Master's and Doctor's
degrees to be conferred at end of second semester to
file theses with the Dean of the Graduate School.
May 23, Saturday, 2:30 P.M.......... Final Examination period begins.
May 25, Monday .................. Summer session registration begins for students who
were enrolled during the second semester.
June 4, Thursday, 4 P.M.............. Grades for all candidates for degrees to be conferred
at the end of the second semester due in the Office of
the Registrar (special lists are send to the faculty for
this report).
June 5, Friday ................... Faculty meetings, at time announced by the Deans,
to pass upon candidates for degrees.
June 7, Sunday.................... Baccalaureate Service
June 8, Monday................... Commencement Convocation
June 8, Monday, 4:00 P.M........... All grades for second semester due in the Office of the
Registrar.






COMPREHENSIVE COURSES
C-1
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Student registers for one lecture (2 digit section number) and one discussion (3 digit section number)
C 11 11 W............... 9:40 AU ... ............ American Institutions
C 11 12 F................ 10:40 AU
C 11 101 4 MWF...............7:40 PE 206
C 11 102 4 MWF...............8:40 PE 206
C 11 103 4 MWF...............9:40 PE 206
C 11 104 4 MWF............. 10:40 PE 206
C 11 105 4 MWF.............. 11:40 PE 206
C 11 106 4 MWF.............. 1:40 PE 206
C 11 107 4 MWF ...............2:40 PE 206
C 11 108 4 TThS............... 8:40 PE 206
C 11 109 4 TThS...............9:40 PE 206

Student registers for one lecture (2 digit section number) and one discussion (3 digit section number).
C 12 21 M ................. 10:40 AU .. ....................... American Institutions
C 12 22 T.................. 9:40 AU
C 12 23 Th................. 10:40 AU
C 12 201 4 MWF............... 7:40 PE 5
C 12 202 4 MWF.............. 7:40 PE 208
C 12 203 4 MWF...............7:40 PE 209
C 12 204 4 MWF...............8:40 PE 5
C 12 205 4 MWF .............8:40 PE 208
C 12 206 4 MWF...............8:40 PE 209
C 12 207 4 MWF...............9:40 PE 5
C 12 208 4 MWF...............9:40 PE 208
C 12 209 4 MWF...............9:40 PE 209
C 12 210 4 MWF............. 10:40 PE 5
C 12 211 4 MWF............. 10:40 PE 208
C 12 212 4 MWF .............. 10:40 PE 209
C 12 213 4 MWF............. 11:40 PE 5
C 12 214 4 MWF.............. 11:40 PE 107
C 12 215 4 MWF.............. 11:40 PE 201
C 12 216 4 MWF.............. 11:40 PE 208
C 12 217 4 MWF .............. 11:40 PE 209
C 12 218 4 MWF............. 12:40 PE 5
C 12 219 4 MWF .............. 12:40 PE 114

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12 221 4
12 222 4
12 223 4
12 224 4
12 225 4
12 226 4
12 227 4
12 228 4
12 229 4
12 230 4
12 231 4
12 232 4
12 233 4
12 234 4
12 235 4
12 236 4
12 237 4
12 238 4
12 239 4
12 240 4
12 241 4
12 242 4
12 243 4
12 244 4
12 245 4
12 246 4
12 247 4
12 248 4
12 249 4
12 250 4
12 251 4


MWF.............. 12:40 PE
MWF.............. 12:40 PE
MWF ..............12:40 PE
MWF.............. 12:40 PE
MWF............... 1:40 PE
MWF............... 1:40 PE
MWF .............. .1:40 PE
MWF............. 1:40 PE
MWF........... .1:40 PE
MWF...............2:40 PE
MWF...............2:40 PE
MWF...............2:40 PE
MWF............... 2:40 PE
MWF.............. 2:40 PE
MWF.............. 3:40 PE
MWF.......... 3:40 PE
MWF ...............3:40 PE
MWF.............. 3:40 PE
MWF............... 3:40 PE
MWF ...............3:40 PE
MWF...............4:40 PE
TThS .............. 7:40 PE
TThS .............. 8:40 PE
TThS.............. 8:40 PE
TThS .............. 9:40 PE
TThS ............. 9:40 PE
TThS........... .. 10:40 PE
TThS ............. 11:40 PE
MWF.............. .3:40 PE
MWF .............. 12:40 PE
MWF.............. .3:40 PE
MWF.............. 12:40 PE


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C-2
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Student registers for one lecture (2 digit section number) and one discussion (3 digit section number).
C 21 11 M ................. 12:40 BN 203 ..........................The Physical Sciences
C 21 12 M...............4:40 BN 203
C 21 13 W ................. 12:40 BN 203
C 21 101 3 MWF.............. 7:40 FG 220
C 21 102 3 MWF...............8:40 FG 220
C 21 103 3 MWF...............9:40 FG 220
C 21 104 3 MWF............. 10:40 FG 220
C 21 105 3 MWF..............11:40 FG 220
C 21 106 3 MWF............ 12:40 FG 220
C 21 107 3 MWF.............. 1:40 FG 220
C 21 108 3 MWF...............2:40 FG 220
C 21 109 3 MWF...............3:40 FG 220
C 21 110 3 MWF...............4:40 FG 220
C 21 111 3 TThS.............. 7:40 FG 220
C 21 112 3 TThS............... 8:40 FG 220
C 21 113 3 TThS..............9:40 FG 220
C 21 114 3 TThS............... 10:40 BN 205

C 22 201 3 MWF............... 7:40 BN 205 ....................... The Physical Sciences
C 22 202 3 MWF...............9:40 BN 205
C 22 203 3 MWF............. 11:40 BN 205
C 22 204 3 MWF.............. 12:40 BN 205
C 22 205 3 MWF............... 1:40 BN 205
C 22 206 3 MWF...............2:40 BN 205
C 22 207 3 MWF............... 4:40 BN 205
C 22 208 3 MWF...............3:40 BN 201
C 22 209 3 MWF.............. 7:40 WA 202
C 22 210 3 MWF...............8:40 WA 202
C 22 211 3 MWF...............9:40 WA 202
C 22 212 3 MWF............ 10:40 WA 202
C 22 213 3 MWF ............. 11:40 WA 202
C 22 214 3 MWF.............. 12:40 WA 202
C 22 215 3 MWF............... 1:40 WA 202
C 22 216 3 MWF.............. 2:40 WA 202
C 22 217 3 MWF...............3:40 WA 202
C 22 218 3 MWF............... 4:40 WA 202
C 22 219 3 TThS...............7:40 BN 205
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C 22 220 3 TThS...............8:40 WA 202
C 22 221 3 MWF..............7:40 BN 203
C 22 222 3 MWF...............8:40 BN 203
C 22 223 3 MWF.............. 9:40 BN 203
C 22 224 3 MWF.............. 10:40 BN 203
C 22 225 3 MWF .............. 11:40 BN 203
C 22 226 3 MWF...............1:40 BN 203
C 22 227 3 MWF...............2:40 BN 203
C 22 228 3 MWF...............3:40 BN 203
C 22 229 3 MWF...............8:40 BN 205
C 22 230 3 MWF............. 10:40 BN 205
C 22 231 3 MWF...............3:40 BN 205
C 22 232 3 TThS............... 8:40 BN 205


C-3
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students registering for C-31 will register for the lecture section (2 digit section number), one discussion section (3 digit section number beginning
with 1), and one writing laboratory section (3 digit section number beginning with 3).
C 31 11 M.................. 1:40 AU ................ .. ... Reading, Speaking, and Writing
C 31 101 4 TF.................7:40 AN 307
C 31 102 4 TF..................7:40 AN 311
C 31 103 4 TF.................9:40 AN 307
C 31 104 4 TF.................9:40 AN 311
C 31 105 4 TF................. 11:40 AN 307
C 31 106 4 TF.............. 11:40 AN 311
C 31 107 4 MW................2:40 AN 20
C 31 108 4 MW................2:40 AN 307
C 31 109 4 TF.................2:40 AN 20
C 31 110 4 TF................3:40 AN 104
C 31 301 W............7:40- 9:30 AN 203
C 31 302 W.............7:40- 9:30 AN 209
C 31 303 W.............9:40-11:30 AN 203
C 31 304 W............ 9:40-11:30 AN 209
C 31 305 Th ............ 1:40- 3:30 AN 203
C 31 306 Th ............1:40- 3:30 AN 209


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Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students registering for C-32 will register for one lecture section (2 digit section number), one discussion section (3 digit section number beginning
with 2), and one writing laboratory section (3 digit section number beginning with 4).
C 32 21 T.................. 10:40 AU ... ..................... Reading, Speaking, and Writing
C 32 22 T ................. 1:40 AU
C 32 23 W................ 10:40 AU

C 32 201 4 MTh............... 7:40 AN 212
C 32 202 4 TF................. 7:40 AN 212
C 32 203 4 MTh................8:40 AN 20
C 32 204 4 MTh............... 8:40 AN 307
C 32 205 4 MTh................8:40 AN 311
C 32 206 4 TTh................8:40 AN 104
C 32 207 4 TF................. 8:40 AN 20
C 32 208 4 TF................. 8:40 AN 307
C 32 209 4 TF................. 8:40 AN 311
C 32 210 4 MTh................9:40 AN 20
C 32 211 4 MTh................9:40 AN 307
C 32 212 4 MTh................9:40 AN 311
C 32 213 4 TTh...............9:40 AN 104
C 32 214 4 TF............... 9:40 AN 20
C 32 215 4 MTh............... 10:40 AN 20
C 32 216 4 MTh.............. 10:40 AN 307
C 32 217 4 MTh............... 10:40 AN 311
C 32 218 4 TTh............. 10:40 AN 2
C 32 219 4 TTh............. 10:40 AN 104
C 32 220 4 TF................ 10:40 AN 20
C 32 221 4 TF............... 10:40 AN 307
C 32 222 4 TF................ 10:40 AN 311
C 32 223 4 MTh..............11:40 AN 20
C 32 224 4 MTh.............. 1:40 AN 307
C 32 225 4 MTh............... 11:40 AN 311
C 32 226 4 TTh ...............11:40 AN 2
C 32 227 4 TTh...............11:40 AN 104
C 32 228 4 TTh............. 11:40 AN 212
C 32 229 4 TF................11:40 AN 20
C 32 230 4 MW............... 12:40 AN 20
C 32 231 4 MW.............. 12:40 AN 307
C 32 232 4 MW............... 12:40 AN 311
C 32 233 4 TTh ............... 12:40 AN 2
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Course Title


TTh ..... ...... .12:40
TTh... ........... 12:40
TTh............... 12:40
TF ............. ..12:40
TF ........ ...... 12:40
TF ....... ........ 12:40
M W ................ 1:40
M W .... ...........1:40
M W .... ..... ... 1:40
M W ................ 1:40
TTh ...... ......... 1:40
TTh ...... ......1:40
TTh.... .......... 1:40
TF ........ ..... ...1:40
TF .... ............ 1:40
TF ................. 1:40
M W ................2:40
MW ............... 2:40
T F ......... ......2:40
T F .................. 2:40
T F ................. 2:40
M W ................ 3:40
M W ............... 3:40
MW.............. .3:40
M W ..... ...........3:40
M W ............... 3:40
M W ................3:40
M W ................3:4C
TF........ ......... 3:40
T F ................. .3:40
TF ................ 3:40
TF ................ 3:40
T F ................. .3:40
M W ................4:40
M W ................ 4:40
M W ................4:40
M W ............ . 4:4(
M .... .. 7:40- 9:3(
M ... .......7:40- 9:3(


AN 104 .............. ... .... Reading, Speaking, and Writing
AN 210
AN 212
AN 20
AN 307
AN 311
AN 20
AN 104
AN 307
AN 311
AN 2
AN 104
AN 210
AN 20
AN 307
AN 311
AN 210
AN 311
AN 210
AN 307
AN 311
) AN 2
AN 20
AN 104
S AN 210
AN 212
AN 307
AN 311
AN 2
AN 20
AN 212
AN 307
AN 311
AN 20
AN 104
AN 307
AN 311
AN 203
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32 403
32 404
32 405
32 406
32 407
32 408
32 409
32 410
32 411
32 412
32 413
32 414
32 415
32 416
32 417
32 418
32 419
32 420
32 421
32 422
32 423
32 424
32 425
32 426
32 427
32 428
32 429
32 430
32 431
32 432
32 433
32 434
32 435
32 436
32 437
32 438
32 439
32 440


M ............. 9:40-11:30 AN
M............. 9:40-11:30 AN
M............ 11:40- 1:30 AN
M ......... .. 11:40- 1:30 AN
M ............ 1:40- 3:30 AN
M ............. 1:40- 3:30 AN
M ............. 3:40- 5:30 AN
M. .......... 3:40- 5:30 AN
T............ 7:40- 9:30 AN
T..............7:40- 9:30 AN
T........ .... 9:40-11:30 AN
T .............. 9:40-11:30 AN
T ............. 11:40- 1:30 AN
T ............. 11:40- 1:30 AN
T............. 1:40- 3:30 AN
T............. 1:40- 3:30 AN
T............ 3:40- 5:30 AN
T........ ..... 3:40- 5:30 AN
W ........... .11:40- 1:30 AN
W........... 11:40- 1:30 AN
W .......... .. 3:40- 5:30 AN
W ............. 3:40- 5:30 AN
Th......... .. 7:40- 9:30 AN
Th ........... 7:40- 9:30 AN
Th .......... 9:40-11:30 AN
Th............ 9:40-11:30 AN
Th ...........11:40- 1:30 AN
Th............ 11:40- 1:30 AN
F.............. 7:40- 9:30 AN
F.............. 7:40- 9:30 AN
F.............. 9:40-11:30 AN
F.............. 9:40-11:30 AN
F............. 11:40- 1:30 AN
F.......... .. 11:40- 1:30 AN
F.............. 1:40- 3:30 AN
F.............. 1:40- 3:30 AN
F..............3:40- 5:30 AN
F............. 3:40- 5:30 AN


Instructor


Course Title


203 .......................... Reading, Speaking, and Writing
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C41
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

C 41 1 3 MWF.............. 7:40 AD 208 ........................ Practical Logic
C 41 2 3 MWF............... 7:40 AD 207
C 41 3 3 MWF...............8:40 AD 208
C 41 4 3 MWF...............8:40 AD 207
C 41 5 3 MWF...............9:40 AD 208
C 41 6 3 MWF...............9:40 AD 207
C 41 7 3 MWF.............. 10:40 AD 208
C 41 8 3 MWF.............10:40 AD 207
C 41 9 3 MWF..............11:40 AD 208
C 41 10 3 MWF.............11:40 AD 207
C 41 11 3 MWF............. 12:40 AD 208
C 41 12 3 MWF.............. 1:40 AD 208
C 41 13 3 MWF............... 1:40 AD 207
C 41 14 3 MWF...............2:40 AD 208
C 41 15 3 MWF...............3:40 AD 208
C 41 16 3 TThS.............. 8:40 AD 208
C 41 17 3 TThS...............9:40 AD 208
C 41 18 3 TThS.............. 9:40 AD 207
C 41 19 3 TThS............... 10:40 AD 208


C-42
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


1 3 MWF............... 7:40 PE
2 3 MWF............... 7:40 PE
3 3 MWF...............7:40 PE
4 3 TTh...............7:40 PE
Th................ 8:40 PE
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C 51 11 T............... ....1:40 R 122 ....................... The Humanities
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C 61 11 T.............. 10:40 SC 101 ....................... Biological Science
C 61 12 T.................. 1:40 SC 101
C 61 13 W .................. 2:40 SC 101
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DEPARTMENTAL COURSES
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Codding, J. L.............. Elementary Accounting
Scott, N. H.

Deinzer, H. T.
Deinzer, H. T.

Peterson, E. G.
Codding, J. L.

Peterson, E. G.
Scott, N. H.
Matthies, W. R............ Elementary Accounting
Parker, W. D.
Matthies, W. R.

Lanham, J. S.
Anderson, C. A.

Scott, N. H.
Moore, J. F.

Parker, W. D.

Ray, D. D.
DaVault, J. W.
Anderson, C. A.
Ray, D. D.
DaVault, J. W.
Moore, J. F.
Anderson, C. A.......... .. Accounting Principles
Ray, D. D.
Ray, D. D.
Moore, J. F.
Codding, J. L............. Cost Accounting
Moore, J. F.
Parker, W. D............. Advanced Accounting: Problems
Codding, J. L.............. Principles of Auditing
Parker, W. D.... ......... Income Tax Accounting

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ATG 414 2 3 MWF............... 1:40 A 3 Deinzer, H. T.
ATG 415 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 A 1 Lanham, J. S............... Corporate Accounting Problems
ATG 417 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 A 3 Scott, N. H................ Governmental Accounting
ATG 419 ... 3 TTh ............... 10:40 A 2 DaVault, J. W............ Controllership Accounting
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ATG 492 ... 3 T.................. 8:40 A 3 Matthies, W. R............. Advanced Auditing
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ATG 494 ... 3 MWF .............. 10:40 A 2 Deinzer, H. T.............. Advanced Income Tax Accounting
ATG 513 ... 3 To arrange ............. .... ... DaVault, J. W............. Cost and Budgeting Accounting
ATG 519 ... 3 To arrange ............. .... ... Matthies, W. R........... C.P.A. Problems

AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
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AN 382 ... 3 MWF ............. 10:40 N 123 Thompson, R. A............ Aerodynamics
AN 384 ... 1 W ............. 1:40-5:30 N 123 Thompson, R. A............ Aeronautical Laboratory
AN 385 ... 3 MWF .............. 11:40 N 123 Thompson, R. A............ Aircraft Materials
AN 486 ... 3 MW. ................9:40 N 123 Hoover, J. W....... ....... Airplane Design
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AN 488 ... 3 MWF. ...............8:40 N 123 Hoover, J. W............... Aircraft Structures
AN 492 ... 1 F .................. 9:40 N 123 Hoover, J. W............... Aeronautical Seminar
AN 493 ... 2 WF............. 1:40-5:30 N 123 Hoover, J. W............... Aeronautical Laboratory
AN 582 ... 3 To arrange .............. .. ... . . . . ......... . Advanced Aeronautical Design
AN 585 ... 3 To arrange.............. .... . .... .. .............. Advanced Aerodynamics
AN 586 ... 3 To arrange .............. .... ... ......... ....... ...... Supersonic Aerodynamics
AN 592 . To arrange .............. ... ... .................... . Special Topics in Aernonautical
Engineering
AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students taking ACY-203 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 111, 112, 113, or 114).
ACY 203 1 3 MW ...............10:40 LE 118 Gropp, A. H............... Qualitative Analysis
ACY 203 111 T............ .1:40-4:30 LE 236
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ACY 203 112 W.............. 1:40-4:30 LE 236
ACY 203 113 W..............1:40-4:30 LE 236
ACY 203 114 F............... 1:40-4:30 LE 236
ACY 432 ... To arrange. ............ .... .. Senn, V. E............. Agricultural Analysis
To arrange .............. FL 101
ACY 542 ... 3 MWF .............. 8:40 LE 154 Stearns, T. W.............. Biochemistry
ACY 544 ... 1 T.............. 8:40-11:30 FL 101 Stearns, T. W .............. Biochemistry Laboratory
ACY 570 ... To arrange ............... ... ... Stearns, T. W.............. Research in Agricultural Chem-
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AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
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FL 108 Stine, O. C................. Agricultural Economics
FL 102 Brooker, M. A............ Farm Finance and Appraisal
FL 108 Brooker, M. A............ Farm Management
OE ... McPherson, W. K.......... Marketing
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FL 108 Godwin, M. R.
OE ... Callander, W. F............ Advanced Agricultural Statistics
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... ... Godwin, M. R.............. Terminal Markets and Commodity
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HT 410 Brooker, M. A.............. Marketing of Livestock
OE ... McPherson, W. K.......... Agricultural Economics Seminar
.... ... Greene, R. E. L........... Economics of Agricultural Produc-
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... ... Greene, R. E. L............ Research Problems in Farm Man-
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AS 514 ... 3 To arrange .............. .... ... Thor, E ................... Advanced Marketing of Agricul-
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AS 518 ... 2 To arrange .............. .... ... Godwin, M. R.............. Research Methods in Marketing
Farm Products
AS 519 ... 2 To arrange. .............. .... ... Stine, O. C................. Research Methods in Farm Man-
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AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students taking AG-301 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
AG 301 1 3 TTh ................9:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E............... Drainage and Irrigation
AG 301 2 3 WF................ 9:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E.
AG 301 11 T............. 1:40-3:30 FM
AG 301 12 T...............3:40-5:30 FM
AG 301 13 W.............. 1:40-3:30 FM
AG 301 14 W..............3:40-5:30 FM
Students taking AG-302 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
AG 302 1 3 MW...............7:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E.............. Farm Motors
AG 302 2 3 MW. .............. 10:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E.
AG 302 11 M............. 1:40- 3:30 FM
AG 302 12 M.............3:40- 5:30 FM
AG 302 13 F............ 10:40-12:30 FM
AG 302 14 F............. 1:40- 3:30 FM
Students taking AG-303 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
AG 303 1 3 TTh............. .. 8:40 FL 210 ....................... Farm Shop
AG 303 2 3 TTh............. 11:40 FL 210
AG 303 11 T............... 1:40-3:30 FM
AG 303 12 T...............3:40-5:30 FM
AG 303 13 F ............... 1:40-3:30 FM
AG 303 14 F...............3:40-5:30 FM
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AG 306 1 3 MW.................8:40 FL 210 Skinner, T. C............Farm Machinery
AG 306 2 3 TTh............... 12:40 FL 210 Skinner, T. C.
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AG 306 12 T............ 3:40-5:30 FM
AG 306 13 F.............10:40-12:30 FM
AG 306 14 F..............1:40- 3:30 FM
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210 ................... Farm Shop Power Equipment

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Edson, S. N ... ...... Soil and Water Conservation
Staff ...................... Seminar
Rogers, F.................. Research


AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

AXT 521 ... To arrange .............. HT 307 Hampson, C. M............ Special Problems in Agricultural
Extension Methods

AGRONOMY
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Students taking AY-422 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
AY 422 1 3 WF................ 9:40 FL 302 Senn, P. H................ Plant Breeding
AY 422 11 W............ 1:40-3:30 FL 302
AY 422 12 F.............. 1:40-3:30 FL 302
AY 426 ... To arrange .............. FL 302 .......................... Individual Problems in Agronomy
AY 436 1 3 WF................ 8:40 AL 1 McCloud, D. E. Pastures
W.............. 1:40-3:30 AL 1
AY 436 2 3 WF ................ 10:40 AL 1 McCloud, D. E.
F ............ 1:40-3:30 AL 1
AY 526 To arrange .............. FL 302 .............. Special Agronomic Problems
AY 527 To arrange .............. FL 302 Hanson, W. D... ....... Special Problems in Genetics and
Cytogenetics
AY 528 ... To arrange .............. FL 302 Hanson, W. D................ Special Problems in Experimental
Designs
AY 541 ... 2 T.................. 8:40 AL 1 Rodgers, E. G..............Crop Nutrition
T.............12:40-3:30 AL 1
AY 551 ... 3 To arrange .............. FL 302 Hanson, W. D.............. Design of Experiments
AY 560 2 To arrange. .............. FL 302 Hanson, W. D.............. Cytogenetics
AY 562 ... 3 To arrange .............. FL 302 Hanson, W. D............. Advanced Genetics
AY 570 To arrange. ............. FL 302 ........................ Research in Agronomy
AY 592 .. 1 Th................. 3:40 FL 302 ......................... Graduate Agronomy Seminar

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104 Johnston, E. F.
104 Becker, R. B............... Feeds and Feeding
104 Driggers, J. C.
410 Koger, M................. Animal Breeding
104 Cunha, T. J.. and
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Folks, S. J............... Advanced Livestock Judging
FL 104 Cunha, T. J., and
Hentges, J. F............. Livestock Feeding
.... ... Hentges, J. F., Koger, M.,
Pearson, A. M., and
Wallace, H. D............ Advanced Animal Production
FL 104 Wallace, H. D............. Animal Nutrition
.... ... Davis, G. K., Wallace, H. D. Problems in Nutrition
.... ... Davis, G. K.............. Advanced Animal Nutrition
.... ... Davis, G. K................ Special Topics in Animal Nutrition
.... ... Cunha, T. J., Davis, G. K.,
Hentges, J. F., Koger, M.,
Pearson, A. M., and
Wallace. H. D............ Research in Animal Husbandry


ANTHROPOLOGY
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APY 301 ... 3 MWF..............11:40 PE 309 Goggin, J. M............... Cultural Anthropology
APY 306 ... 3 MWF.............. 1:40 PE 309 Goggin, J. M............... Primitive Arts and Crafts
APY 402 ... 3 MWF .............. 12:40 PE 309 Goggin, J. M............... North American Archaeology
APY 430 ... 3 To arrange .............. .... ... Goggin, J. M...............Individual Work


ARCHITECTURE
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M ................. 10:40 E 176 ......................... The Arts of Design
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100 Holbrook, H. H..... ..... Art Laboratory


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126 ........................ Thesis in Planning


161 .......................... Architectural Design
161 ......................... Architectural Design
161 ........................ Architectural Research
161 .......................... Architectural Research
161 ..........................Community Planning
161 ..........................Community Planning
161 ......................... Structural Design of Buildings
161 ........................ Structural Design of Buildings

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WA 304 Neidhardt, C. R.......... Art Laboratory
E 176 Anderson, E. A............ The Visual Arts
C 105 Anderson, E. A............. Materials and Spatial Design
C 101 Holbrook, H. H............ Color and Design
C 101 Covington, H. W........... Drawing and Visual Perception
C 101 Covington, H. W........... Scientific Contributions to Art
C 100 McIntosh, P. R............ Pictorial Composition
E 176 Ebersole, B. W............. Art Survey
C 100 McIntosh, P. R............. Design II
C 101 Holbrook, H. H............ Freehand Drawing I
C 101 Holbrook, H. H............ Freehand Drawing II
WA 304 Neidhardt, C. R........... Sculpture
WA 305 Borgia, A. P............... Costume Construction I
WA 305 Borgia, A. P............... Costume Construction II
WA 305 Borgia, A. P............... Fashion Fundamentals
C 101 Covington, H. W........... Fashion Sketching I
WA 305 Borgia, A. P .............. Draping
WA 308 Green, R. N................ Elementary Photography
WA 308 Green, R. N................ Elementary Photography
C 100 Holty, C. R................ Landscape and Figure Painting I
C 100 Holty, C. R................ Landscape and Figure Painting II
C 103 Summers, M. D............ Layout
C 103 Summers, M. D........... Lettering & Instrumental Drawing
C 103 Pursell, G. W....... ...... Advertising Design
WA 304 Peabody, K. E ............ Crafts I
WA 301 Peabody, K. E............. Crafts II
WA 303 Peabody, K. E............. Jewelry and Metalwork
E 176 Graeffe, A. D............... Medieval Art
E 176 Anderson, E. A............. Latin American Art
C 100 McIntosh, P. R............. Design III
C 100 McIntosh, P. R............. Design IV
C 101 Holbrook, H. H............ Freehand Drawing III
C 100 Holty, C. R................ Figure and Portrait Painting
C 100 Holty, C. R............... Special Problems in Painting
C 103 Pursell, G. W.............. Projects in Advertising Design,
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ART 466 ... 3 TThS......... 10:40-12:30 C 103 Pursell, G. W.............. Projects in Advertising Design,
Group II
ART 481 ... 6 MWF.......... 1:40- 5:00 WA 304 Peabody, K. E............. Ceramics I
6 hours to arrange.
ART 483 ... 3 MWF......... 10:40-12:30 WA 304 Peabody, K. E............. Special Problems in Crafts
ART 484 ... 6 MWF.......... 1:40- 5:00 WA 304 Peabody, K. E............. Special Problems in Crafts
6 hours to arrange.
ART 494 ... 3 MWF..........4:40- 5:30 E 176 Ebersole, B. W............. Modern Art
ART 503 ... To arrange.............. .... .. ..........................Art Problems
ART 504 ... To arrange.............. .... . ..........................Art Research
ART 505 ... To arrange .............. .... ..........................Art Research
ART 506 .... To arrange.............. .... . ..........................Art of the Twentieth Century

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ATY 141 ... 3 MWF ...............9:40 PE 10 Duke, D................... Descriptive Astronomy
ATY 306 ... 3 T................. 11:40 PE 10 Morse, W. P.............. Celestial Navigation
TTh ...............12:40 PE 10
ATY 317 ... 4 MWF. .............11:40 PE 10 Duke, D........... .... Advanced General Astronomy
M.............. 7:00-9:00PM PE 10

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TTh............... 9:40 PE 205 Carroll, W. R.............. General Bacteriology
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TTh ...........3:40- 5:30 BN 108
WF............ 1:40- 3:30 BN 108
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Students taking BCY-304 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
BCY 304 1 4 MW ..............9:40 BN 209 Langford, G. C............ Pathogenic Bacteriology
BCY 304 11 MW.......... 10:40-12:30 BN 107
BCY 304 12 MW ........... 1:40- 3:30 BN 107
BCY 401 ... 4 TTh ................8:40 BN 107 Langford, G. C............ Advanced Technique
TTh...........9:40-11:30 BN 107
BCY 402 ... 4 MW ................8:40 BN 209 Staff .....................Dairy Bacteriology
TTh ...........1:40- 3:30 BN 107
BCY 412 ... 4 MW................9:40 BN 107 Staff. ..................... Industrial Bacteriology
MW............3:40- 5:30 BN 107
BCY 413 ... 4 MW. ...............10:40 To arrange Staff................... ...Physiology of Bacteria
TTh ...........3:40- 5:30 BN 107
BCY 500 ... To arrange .............. BN 107 Staff......................Research
BCY 515 ... 4 MF ................ 8:40 BN 108 Carroll, W. R.............. Yeast, Molds, Actinomycetes
MF........... 9:40-11:30 BN 108
BCY 555 ... 1 To arrange .............. BN 209 ..........................Seminar
BCY 570 ... To arrange ............. .... .. ................... ..Advanced Research in Bacteriology
BCY 600 ... To arrange .............. ... Hardy, A. V............... Infectious Diseases
BCY 610 ... To arrange .............. .. ... Galton, M. M., and
Scatterday, J. E.......... Immunology, Advanced
BCY 620 ... To arrange .............. .. ... Galton, M. M., and
Scatterday, J. E.......... Laboratory Administration
BCY 690 ... To arrange ................ Hardy, A. V., Galton, M. M.,
and Scatterday, J. E......Research
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BLY 162 15 2 TTh.......... 8:40-10:30 J 202
S BLY 162 16 2 TTh.......... 10:40-12:30 J 202
BLY 162 17 2 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 J 202
BLY 162 18 2 TTh .......... 2:40- 4:30 J 202
BLY 202 ... 2 TTh............ .. 11:40 SC 102 Carr, A. F................. Evolution Today
Students taking BLY-210 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
BLY 210 1 4 MW................ 7:40 SC 101 Sherman, H. B............. Vertebrate Embryology
BLY 210 11 MW...........8:40-11:30 J 201
BLY 210 12 TTh .......... 12:40- 3:30 J 201
BLY 362 .. 4 TTh............. .. 8:40 SC 206 Berner, L.................. Insect Biology
TTh .......... 12:40- 3:30 SC 206
BLY 373 ... 4 MW ................7:40 SC 102 Gregg, J. H................ General Animal Physiology
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BLY 410 ... 4 TTh .............. 10:40 SC 102 Sherman, H. B............. Mammalian Anatomy and Physi-
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BLY 416 ... 4 MWF ............... 8:40 SC 102 Byers, C. F................ Animal Parasitology
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BLY 420 ... 3 F ................... 9:40 SC 109 Brodkorb, P............... Ornithology
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BLY 425 . 4 MW. ............... 12:40 SC 109 Carr, A .................. Freshwater Ecology
F.............. 1:40- 4:30 J 101
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BLY 430 ... 3 To arrange. ............. .. .. ... Staff...................... Individual Problems in Animal
Biology
BLY 432 ... 4 TTh................ 7:40 J 201 Jones, E. R................ Advanced Invertebrate Zoology
TTh ........... 8:40-11:30 J 201
BLY 451 ... 4 MW ............... 9:40 SC 109 Wallace, H. K............. Animal Histology
MW...........1:40- 4:30 SC 2
BLY 482 ... 3 MTh .......... 7:40- 9:30PM SC 109 Allee, W. C................ Animal Sociology II
BLY 502 ... 3 MWF .............. 11:40 SC 109 Grobman, A. B............ Statistical Methods for Biologists
BLY 506 ... 2 TTh............... 11:40 SC 109 Berner, L.................. Biological Literature and Institu-
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BLY 512 ... 4 MW...............4:40 SC 109 Pierce, E. L............... Marine Ecology
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F............. 10:40-12:30 UA 113
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BTY 102 1 3 MW................9:40 UA 120 Cody, M. D............... General Botany
BTY 102 2 3 TTh................8:40 UA 120 Davis, J. H.
BTY 102 3 3 TTh...............11:40 UA 120 Ford, E. S.
BTY 102 11 M............. 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 12 T.............. 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 13 W ............ 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 14 Th ............ 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 16 M.............3:40- 5:30 UA 113
BTY 102 17 T............. 3:40- 5:30 UA 113
BTY 102 18 W.............3:40- 5:30 UA 113
BTY 211 ... 4 TTh................7:40 UA 120 Powell, R. D............ Elementary Plai
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BTY 306 ... 3 TTh ................ 8:40 Botany G'house. .Ford, E. S................. Plant Kingdom
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BTY 401 ... 4 TTh ............... 10:40 UA 112 Davis, J. H................ Plant Ecology
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BTY 412 ... 3 To arrange.............. UA 120 Powell, R. D.............. Intermediate P1
BTY 432 ... 4 TTh ................ 9:40 UA 119 Cody, M. D............... Plant Anatomy
TTh............ 1:40-3:30 UA 119
BTY 500 To arrange ........................................ Advanced Bota
BTY 502 3 To arrange .............. UA 112 Davis, J. H............... Ecology of Aqu
BTY 555 1 F................... 3:40 UA 120 Ford, E. S................. Seminar in Bota
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BCN 301 ... 3 TTh.......... 8:40-11:30
BCN 302 ... 3 MWF.......... 9:40-11:30 E 178 ..........................Projects in Building Construction.
BCN 303 ... 3 MW...........1:40- 3:30 Group 1
BCN 304 ... 3 TF............1:40- 5:30
BCN 311 ... 3 TTh........... 8:40-11:30
BCN 312 ... 3 MWF.......... 9:40-11:30 E 177 ..........................Projects in Building Construction,
BCN 313 ... 3 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 Group 2
BCN 314 .. 3 TF.......... 1:40- 5:30
BCN 401 ... 3 TTh........... 8:40-11:30
BCN 402 ... 3 MWF.......... 9:40-11:30 E 188 ......................... Projects in Building Construction,
BCN 403 .. 3 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 Group 3
BCN 404 .. 3 TF............ 1:40- 5:30
BCN 411 ... 3 TTh........... 8:40-11:30
BCN 412 ... 3 MWF..........9:40-11:30 E 180 ..........................Projects in Building Construction,
BCN 413 ... 3 MW............ 1:40- 3:30 Group 4
BCN 414 ... 3 TF............ 1:40- 5:30
BCN 501 ... To arrange .............. E 180 .......................... Building Construction
BCN 502 ... To arrange .............. E 180 ......... .......... ... Building Construction
BCN 503 ... To arrange .............. E 180 ..........................Building Research
BCN 504 ... To arrange .............. E 180 ........ ......... Building Research

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BEN 81 1 2 MTWTh ...........9:40 YN 306 Babb, E......... ......Introductory Typewriting
BEN 81 2 2 MTWTh........... 3:40 YN 306 Maxwell, H. C............. Introductory Typewriting
BEN 82 .. 1 MW.................2:40 YN 306 Babb, E...................Intermediate Typewriting
BEN 91 1 3 MTWTh............ 7:40 YN 305 Babb, E ................ Introductory Shorthand
BEN 91 2 3 MTWTh............ 2:40 YN 305 Maxwell, H. C............. Introductory Shorthand
BEN 92 ... 1 TTh ............... 2:40 YN 306 Babb, E .................. Intermediate Shorthand
BEN 181 1 2 MTWTh........... 7:40 YN 306 Dodson, G................. Advanced Typewriting
BEN 181 2 2 MTWTh............ 1:40 YN 306 Maxwell, H. C............. Advanced Typewriting
BEN 191 1 3 MTWTh........... 10:40 YN 305 Maxwell, H. C............. Shorthand Dictation
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BEN 191 2 3 MTWTh........... 12:40 YN 305 Dodson, G................ Shorthand Dictation
BEN 291 ... 2 MTWTh ............8:40 YN 306 Maxwell, H. C............. Shorthand Dictation and Trans-
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BEN 298 ... 3 MWF..............11:40 YN 150 Moorman, J. H............ Office Management
BEN 351 ... 2 MW...........8:40-10:30 YN 305 Dodson, G................. Office Practice Techniques
BEN 352 1 2 TTh .......... 8:40-10:30 YN 305 Dodson, G................. Office Machine Techniques
BEN 352 2 3 MTWTh............ 1:40 YN 305
BEN 562 ... 3 M.......... 7:00-9:30 PM YN 306 Moorman, J. H............. Teaching Secretarial Studies
BEN 563 ... 3 Th ..........7:00-9:30 PM YN 305 Moorman, J. H............ Teaching Bookkeeping and Con-
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108 ......................... Introduction to Business
106 Mitch, G. F.............. Business Ethics
210 Biglow, G. P............... Principles of Marketing
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104 Biglow, G. P.
202 Ehlers, C. W............... Salesmanship
201 Breese, W. E.
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202 Goodwin, F.
102 Pierce, J. E............... Fundamentals of Insurance
102 Crist, G. W.
210 Pierce, J. E.
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201 Luck, T. J................. Principles of Management
201 Hodges, H. G.
207 Luck, T. J.
207 Anderson, J. D.
207 Hodges, H. G.
202 Ehlers, C. W............... Sales Management
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210 Biglow, G. P............... Credits and Collections
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109 Yoder, L. C.
102 Pierce, J. E................ Life Insurance: Elements
110 Oliver, C ................. Personnel Management
110 Oliver, C.
209 Hovey, S. W............... Business Law
209 Hovey, S. W.
209
209 Gaitanis, L. A.
209 Wyatt, J. W.
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209 Hovey, S. W............... Business Law
209
209 Hovey, S. W.
208 Wyatt, J. W.
208
209 Wyatt, J. W.
4 Peterson, E. G............. Law of Business Units
4
102 Richardson, J. G............ Investments
203 Richardson, J. G............ Investment Analysis
108 McFerrin, J. B............. Corporation Finance
108 Floyd, J. S.
110 Floyd, J. S.
108 McFerrin, J. B...... ...... Corporation Finance
203 Yoder, L. C...... ....... Advertising
203
202 Yoder, L. C.
108 Yoder, L. C................ Advertising Problems
108
201 Breese, W. E.............. Retailing
201
201 Breese, W. E.
109 Emory, C. W.............. Sales and Market Analysis
109 Emory, C. W.
110 Brohm, H. D..... ... .... Principles and Problems of Mer-
110 Brohm, H. D. chandising
208 Shields, M. W .............. Foreign Trade Technique






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CG 348 ... 4


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M W F............... 8:40 El
W .............. 2:40-5:30 N
TThS.............. 10:40 El
M .............. 1:40-4:30 N


109 Emory, C. W. ............. Small Retail Store Management
206 Roberts, M. J............. Traffic Management: Service and
Service Regulation
206 Roberts, M. J........ ..... Air Transportation
206
106 Sweeney, V. V............. Life Insurance: Problems and
106 Practices
106 Gaitanis, L. A ............. Social Insurance
203 Webb, J. N................ Statistical Controls for Manage-
ment
207 Hodges, H. G....... ...... Principles of Industrial Organiza-
tion
201 Luck, T. J................. Collective Bargaining
109 Brohm, H. D............... Business Policies
109
106 Sweeney, V. V.............. Ocean and Inland Marine Insur-
ance
102 Crist, G. W................ Fidelity and Surety Bonding
102 Crist, G. W................ Legal Aspects of Insurance
102 Pierce, J. E......... ...... Life Insurance in Relation to
102 Trusts and Estates
417 Wyatt, J. W............... Business Liabilities
417 Floyd, J. S................ Central Banking: Policies and
Problems
116 Emory, C. W.............. Market Management
417 Brohm, H. D............... Problems in Retail Store Manage-
ment
417 Sweeney, V. V................ Advanced Casualty Insurance
417 Luck, T. J................. Problems in Collective Bargaining
417 Hodges, H. G ............. Managerial Controls

ENGINEERING
Room Instructor Course Title

430 Tyner, M............ ... Industrial Stoichiometry
105
430 Specht, R. C............... Industrial Stoichiometry and Fuels
105


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E Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg,

CG 361 1 3 MWF .............. .9:40 El
CG 361 2 3 MWF.............. 9:40 El
CG 442 ... 1 Th.............. . 11:40 El
CG 444 ... 2 WF............ 2:40-5:30 N
CG 447 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 EI
CG 454 ... 5 TThS.............. 9:40 EI
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CG 467 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 EI

CG 521 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 N
CG 531 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 N

CG 563 ... 3 TTh............... 8:40 N
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328 Beisler, W. H.............. Materials of Engineering
430 Specht, R. C.
430 Tyner, M.................. Chemical Engineering Seminar
126 Schweyer, H. E............. Chemical Engineering Laboratory
430 Beisler, W. H.............. Principles of Chemical Engineering
430 Schweyer, H. E............. Chemical Engineering Process De-
126 Tyner, M. sign
415 Duncan, J. M.............. Chemical Engineering Thermo-
Dynamics
203 Harvin, R. L ............... Distillation and Gas Absorption
203 Tyner, M.................. Advanced Chemical Engineering
Thermodynamics
203 Schweyer, H. E............ Petroleum Technology
109
203 Nolan, W. J................ Manufacture of Pulp and Paper


CHEMISTRY


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Hours Bldg.


CY 110 1 3 MW.................8:40 LE 142 Thomas, G. A.............. Elements of Chemistry
W.............. 1:40-3:30 LE 207
Students taking CY-121 must register for lecture (Section 1), one discussion (Sections 11 through 16), and one laboratory (Sections 111 through 113).
CY 121 1 4 TTh................1:40 LE 207 Lyons, Isabel M............ General Chemistry
CY 121 11 T........... ....9:40 LE 118
CY 121 12 T..................2:40 LE 212
CY 121 13 W................. 1:40 LE 212
CY 121 14 W..................2:40 LE 212
CY 121 15 ..................3:40 LE 212
CY 121 16 Th................ 10:40 LE 118
CY 121 111 M............. 12:40-3:30 LE 136
CY 121 112 Th .............2:40-5:30 LE 136
CY 121 113 F...............1:40-4:30 LE 138
Students taking CY-122 must register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2), one discussion (Section 11 through 26), and one laboratory (Section 111
through 116).
CY 122 1 4 MF................ 10:40 LE 207 Thomas, G. A.............. General Chemistry
CY 122 2 4 MF................. 1:40 LE 207 Thomas, G. A.

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CY 122 11 Th.... ............. 7:40 LE 142
CY 122 12 Th..................7:40 LE 118
CY 122 13 Th..................7:40 LE 212
CY 122 14 Th..................8:40 LE 118
CY 122 15 Th................. 8:40 LE 212
CY 122 16 Th...................9:40 LE 212
CY 122 17 Th..................9:40 LE 118
CY 122 18 Th................. 10:40 LE 212
CY 122 19 Th.............. ...10:40 LE 154
CY 122 20 Th................. 11:40 LE 212
CY 122 21 Th ................. 11:40 LE 154
CY 122 22 Th................. 12:40 LE 142
CY 122 23 Th................. 12:40 LE 212
CY 122 24 Th............... 1:40 LE 432
CY 122 25 Th ................ 1:40 LE 154
CY 122 26 Th.................. 2:40 LE 212
CY 122 111 M............ 3:40- 6:30 LE 136
CY 122 112 T.............. 8:40-11:30 LE 136-8
CY 122 113 W............. 8:40-11:30 LE 136
CY 122 114 W............. 1:40- 4:30 LE 136-8
CY 122 115 Th ............1:40- 4:30 LE 138
CY 122 116 F..............7:40-10:30 LE 136
Students taking CY-123 must register for lecture (Section 1), and one laboratory (Section 111 through 114).
CY 123 1 3 MW ...............10:40 LE 118 Gropp, A. H.............. Qualitative Analysis
CY 123 111 T......... .... 1:40-4:30 LE 236
CY 123 112 W.............. 1:40-4:30 LE 236
CY 123 113 W.............. 1:40-4:30 LE 236
CY 123 114 F.............. 1:40-4:30 LE 236
Students taking CY-217 must register for lecture (Section 1), one discussion (Section 11 through 14), and one laboratory (Section 111 through 113).
CY 217 1 4 MF................ 11:40 LE 207 Tucker, W. C.............. General Chemistry and Qualitative
CY 217 11 T.................. 8:40 LE 212 Analysis
CY 217 12 T................. 9:40 LE 212
CY 217 13 T................. 1:40 LE 142
CY 217 14 T..................2:40 LE 142
1 CY 217 111 M.............. 3:40-6:30 LE 138
SCY 217 112 Th............. 1:40-4:30 LE 136
SCY 217 113 F...............1:40-4:30 LE 136
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Students taking CY-218 must register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2), one discussion (Section 11 through 27), and one laboratory (Section 111
through 116).
CY 218 1 4 TTh ............... 10:40 LE 207 Baxter, J. F................ General Chemistry and Qualita-
CY 218 2 4 TTh ............... 12:40 LE 207 Baxter, J. F. tive Analysis
CY 218 11 W................ 7:40 LE 142
CY 218 12 W ................. .7:40 LE 212
CY 218 13 W ................. 8:40 LE 212
CY 218 14 W ................. .9:40 LE 118
CY 218 15 W .............. ..9:40 LE 212
CY 218 16 W ......... ...... 10:40 LE 154
CY 218 17 W................. 10:40 LE 142
CY 218 18 W .................11:40 LE 212
CY 218 19 W ................. 11:40 LE 154
CY 218 20 W................. 12:40 LE 154
CY 218 21 W ................. 12:40 LE 142
CY 218 22 W .................. 1:40 LE 432
CY 218 23 W .................. 1:40 LE 142
CY 218 24 W..................2:40 LE 142
CY 218 25 W ................. 2:40 LE 154
CY 218 26 W ..................3:40 LE 142
CY 218 27 W ............. .. 3:40 LE 154
CY 218 111 M............ 12:40- 3:30 LE 138
CY 218 112 T............. 1:40- 4:30 LE 136
CY 218 113 W............. 8:40-11:30 LE 138
CY 218 114 Th............. 7:40-10:30 LE 136
CY 218 115 Th ............ 1:40- 4:30 LE 138
CY 218 116 F............. 8:40-11:30 LE 138
Students taking CY-302 must register for lecture (Section 1), one discussion (Section 11 through 13), and one laboratory (Section 111 through 113).
CY 302 1 4 TTh ................ 8:40 LE 207 Pollard, C. B., and
CY 302 11 T ................... 1:40 LE 212 Thomas, G. A............ Organic Chemistry
CY 302 12 Th .................. 1:40 LE 212
CY 302 13 S...................8:40 LE 212
CY 302 111 M............. 1:40-4:30 LE 238
CY 302 112 T.............. 2:40-5:30 LE 238
CY 302 113 Th ............ .2:40-5:30 LE 238
Students taking CY-331 must register for lecture (Section 1), and one laboratory (Section 111 through 115).
CY 331 1 4 MW ................ 8:40 LE 207 Gropp, A. H............... Introductory Quantitative Analy-
CY 331 111 MW ........... 1:40- 4:30 LE 108 sis
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CY 331 112 MW........... 2:40- 5:30 LE 116
CY 331 113 TTh .......... 8:40-11:30 LE 112
CY 331 114 TTh ........... 1:40- 4:30 LE 112
CY 331 115 F.............. 1:40- 4:30 LE 108
S ........... .. 8:40-11:30 LE 108
CY 332 1 4 TTh ............... 11:40 LE 142 Black, A. P................ Quantitative Analysis
CY 332 111 F.............. 1:40- 4:30 LE 116
S.............. 9:40-12:30 LE 116
Students taking CY-362 must register for lecture (Section 1), and one recitation (Section 11 through 12), and for Section 1 or 2 of CY-363.
CY 362 1 3 TTh................ 7:40 LE 207 .......................... Organic Chemistry
CY 362 11 S...................7:40 LE 142
CY 362 12 S................. 9:40 LE 142
CY 363 1 2 TTh ...........9:40-12:30 LE 236 ................... ...... Organic Chemistry Laboratory
CY 363 2 2 TTh ........... 1:40- 4:30 LE 236
CY 401 ... 3 MWF............... 9:40 LE 339 Hawkins, J. E.............. Physical Chemistry
Students taking CY-402 must register for lecture (Section 1), and one recitation (Section 11 through 12). Students registering for CY-402 must also
register for one section of CY-406.
CY 402 1 3 MW............... 11:40 LE 142 Hawkins, J. E.............. Physical Chemistry
CY 402 11 F.................. 11:40 LE 142
CY 402 12 Th ................. 1:40 LE 142
CY 403 ... 3 To arrange .............. Black, A. P................ Water Analysis
CY 405 1 M .............. 1:40-4:30 LE 204 Reid, C. E................. Physical Chemistry Laboratory
CY 406 1 1 T............... 1:40-4:30 LE 204 Brey, W. S., Jr............. Physical Chemistry Laboratory
CY 406 2 1 W.............. 1:40-4:30 LE 204 Brey, W. S., Jr.
CY 406 3 1 Th............2 :40-5:30 LE 204 Brey, W. S, Jr.
CY 412 ... 3 TTh ............... 10:40 LE 339 Brey, W. S., Jr............. Advanced Physical Chemistry
F............... 1:40-4:30 LE 331
CY 414 ... 4 TTh ................ 9:40 LE 154 ........................ Advanced Organic Chemistry
MW............ 1:40-4:30 LE 248
CY 482 ... 0.5 M..................4:40 LE 142 Krumm, R. V.............. Chemical Literature
CY 506 ... 3 MWF .............. 11:40 LE 339 .................. ....... Special Topics in Organic Chem-
istry
CY 513 ... 3 MWF ..............10:40 LE 339 Brey, W. S., Jr.,........... Colloids
SCY 518 ... 3 Th................ 10:40 LE 142 Pollard, C. B............... Qualitative Organic Chemistry
Laboratory to arrange.
CY 522 ... 3 MWF..............8:40 LE 339 Reid, C. E ................ Chemical Thermodynamics
S CY 526 ... 3 To arrange .............. .... ... Lawrence, R. V......... .. Chemistry of the Terpenes

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LE 142 Butler, G. B............... Chemistry of High Polymers
LE 248
LE 142 Gropp, A. H............ .. Instrumental Analysis

LE 142 Thomas, G. A.............. Quantitative Organic Chemistry

LE 154 Senn, V. J............... Biochemical Preparations

.... ... Simons, J. H............... Seminar in Fluorine Chemistry
CR ... Ray, F. E.................. Cancer Research Seminar
.... ... .......................... Research in Inorganic Chemistry
.... ... Black, A. P., or
Gropp, A. H............. Research in Analytical Chemistry
Butler, G. B., Kovach, E. G.,
Pollard, C. B., or
Tarrant, Paul............ Research in Organic Chemistry
Brey, W. S., Jr.,
Gropp, A. H.,
Hawkins, J. E., or
Reid, C. E............... Research in Physical Chemistry
... ... Hawkins, J. E............. Research in Naval Stores
.... ... Black, A. P................ Research in Sanitary Chemistry
.... ... Stearns, T. W., or
Senn, V. J............... Research in Biochemistry
Ray F. E., or
Woislawski, S............ Research in Cancer
... ... Simons, J. H............... Research in Fluorine Chemistry


CIVIL ENGINEERING
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students taking CL-223 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15).
CL 223 1 3 MW............... 8:40 EI 432 Katterhenry, A. A.......... Surveying
CL 223 2 3 TTh .. ........... 10:40 EI 432 Katterhenry, A. A.
CL 223 11 M............. 1:40- 4:30 EI 324 Doyle, L. L.

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CL 223 12 T..............2:40- 5:30 El 432 Doyle, L. L.
CL 223 13 W.............2:40- 5:30 El 432 Doyle, L. L.
CL 223 14 Th............2:40- 5:30 El 324 Katterhenry, A. A.
CL 223 15 F.............. 8:40-11:30 El 324 Katterhenry, A. A.
Students taking CL-226 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
CL 226 1 3 MW ...............8:40 El 224 Winsor, A. N............... Higher Surveying
CL 226 2 3 WF................. 1:40 El 324 Winsor, A. N.
CL 226 11 M............. 2:40- 5:30 El 324 Katterhenry, A. A.
CL 226 12 W............. 2:40-5:30 El 430 Winsor, A. N.
CL 226 13 F............... 2:40-5:30 El 432 Katterhenry, A. A.
CL 301 1 3 T...................8:40 Carey Forest Winsor, A. N ................Forest Surveying
T.............. 9:40-12:30 Carey Forest
1:40- 4:30 Carey Forest
CL 311 ... 2 TTh........... 8:40-11:30 El 324 Dean, G. W................ Structural Drawing
CL 321 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 El 224 Bransford, T. I............ Highways and Airports
Students taking CL-323 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
CL 323 1 3 T.................. 11:40 El 224 Comins, H. D.............. Materials Laboratory
CL 323 11 TTh........... 9:40-11:30 El 120 Comins, H. D.
CL 323 12 MW........... 2:40- 4:30 El 120 Comins, H. D.
CL 326 ... 4 MWF.............. 9:40 El 432 Doyle, L. L......... ...... Statics of Simple Structures
F..............2:40- 5:30 El 324 Doyle, L. L.
CL 333 ... 3 MWF......... ..... 1:40 El 204 Kluge, R. W............... Design in Reinforced Concrete
CL 335 ... 4 MWF.............. 9:40 El 415 Spangler, B. D..... ...... Design in Metals and Timber
F.............. 2:40-5:30 El 320
CL 368 1 1 T............... 2:40-5:30 El 120 Comins, H. D.............. Strength of Materials Laboratory
CL 368 2 1 F........ ...... 2:40-5:30 El 120 Comins, H. D.
CL 411 ... 1 Th................ 11:40 El 224 Bransford, T. L............ Civil Engineering Seminar
CL 412 ... 1 F ................... 1:40 El 432 Bransford, T. L........... Civil Engineering Seminar
CL 415 ... 3 TTh................ 1:40 El 320 Crabtree, F. H............. City Planning
F........... ..9:40-12:30 El 320
CL 422 ... 4 T.............. 9:40-11:30 El 204 Kiker, J. E...... ...... Public Health Engineering
Th................9:40 El 204
F..............2:40- 5:30 El 204
S CL 424 .. 3 MW ................8:40 El 324 Zimpfer, W. H .. ... ..Soil Mechanics
S .............. 8:40-11:30 El 112
SCL 425 ... 3 MWTh............ 10:40 El 204 Hendricksor, E. R...... Sewage & Industrial Waste Treat-
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Students taking CL-426 will register for the lecture (Section
CL 426 1 3 TTh................ 8:40
CL 426 11 T.............. 2:40-5:30
CL 426 12 W .............. 2:40-5:30
CL 429 ... 3 TTh................ 8:40
T .............. 2:40-5:30
CL 438 ... 3 MWF.............. 11:40

CL 444 ... 3 M W ............... 11:40

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CL 446 ... 3 M W ................ 9:40
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CL 448 ... 3 M W ................ 1:40
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CL 450 ... 3 MW ............... 10:40
T ............ 9:40-12:30
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CL 526 ... 3 To arrange ..............
CL 529 ... 3 To arrange ............ .

CL 538 ... 3 To arrange. .............

CL 541 ... 3 To arrange .............

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Kiker, J. E................ Water Supply
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Furman, T. deS ........... Sewerage

Spangler, B. D............. Statically Indeterminate Struc-
tures
Dean, G. W................ Construction Methods and Esti-
mating

Etter, C. G................ Highway Bridges

Cutts, C. E .............. .Industrial and Mill Building

Bransford, T. L............ Highway Construction and Ma-
terials
. . .............. . Advanced Concrete Structures
Etter, C. G............. .. Three Dimensional Stress
Furman, T. deS............ Advanced Sanitary Engineering
Design
Cutts, C. E................ Analysis of Statically Indeterm-
inate Structures
Kiker, J. E. .............. Advanced Public Health Engin-
eering
Phelps, E. B............... Stream Sanitation
Bransford, T. L............. Advanced Highway Engineering
Zimpfer, W. H............. Advanced Soil Mechanics
Richart, F. E............... Experimental Stress Analysis
Kiker, J. E................. Graduate Civil Engineer Seminar


SCIENCE
Room Instructor Course Title

203 Mull, L. E................. Dairy Products Processing
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DY 312 ... 3 MW........... 9:40-10:30 DL 203 Krienke, W. A., and Technical Control of Dairy Pro-
W............. 1:40- 4:30 DL 110 Wilkowske, H. H......... ducts
DY 408 ... 1 F............. 8:40- 9:30 DL 203 Staff ..................... Dairy Industry Review
DY 412 ... 3 TTh .......... 11:40-12:30 DL 203 Arnold, P. T. D............ Milk Production
M ............. 3:40- 5:30 DL 110
DY 416 ... 4 MWF......... 10:40-11:30 DL 203 Krienke, W. A............... Dairy Technology
F............. 1:40- 4:30 DL 203
DY 418 ... To arrange .............. .... ...................... Approved Dairy Practice
DY 420 .. To arrange .............. ...................... Problems in Dairy Technology
DY 422 ... 2 MW............7:40-8:30 DL 203 Marshall, S. P.............. Milk Secretion
DY 521 ... To arrange .............. .... Wilkowske, H. H .......... Problems in Milk and Milk Pro-
ducts
DY 522 ... 2 To arrange. ............. ..... Becker, R. B............... Advanced Dairy Cattle Breeding
DY 523 To arrange .............. . ....................... Problems in Dairy Production
DY 526 .. To arrange .............. .... .. Mull, L. E................. Advanced Dairy Plant Processing


ECONOMICS
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1 4 M W F............. .7:40
T ............... 1:40-3:30
2 4 TTh................ 7:40
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ES 203 8 4 MWF.............. 11:40
W............. 3:40-5:30
ES 205 1 3 MWF...............7:40
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ES 205 5 3 MWF............. 10:40
ES 205 6 3 MWF.............11:40
ES 205 7 3 MWF.............. 1:40
ES 205 8 3 MWF ........... ... 2:40
ES 206 1 3 MWF...............7:40
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ES 206 8 3 TTh ............... 10:40
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ES 206 9 3 MWF .............. 11:40
ES 206 10 3 MWF.............. 11:40
ES 206 11 3 MWF............ 11:40
ES 206 12 3 MWF............. 12:40
ES 206 13 3 MWF.............. 1:40
ES 206 14 3 TTh ................ 1:40
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ES 206 15 3 MWF...............2:40
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Kelly, B. W.

Anderson, M. D.

Lowe, J. W............... Basic Economics
Pendleton, W. C.

Anderson, J. D.
Anderson, J. D.

Webb, J. N.
Dunn, E. S.
Dunn. E. S.
Biglow, G. P.
Kelly, B. W................ Basic Economics

Karp, J. R.

Lowe, J. W.
Karp, J. R.

Richardson, J. G.

Mitch, G. F.

Millican, C. N.
Tuttle, F. W.
Shields, M. W.

Brand, M.
Millican, C. N.

Brand, M.
Tuttle, F. W.............. Economic History of United States
Millican, C. N............. Machine Technology in American
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I 208 Tuttle, F. W............... Development of Modern Western
Economy
I 207 Dolbeare, H. B.............Money and Banking
I 207 Dolbeare, H. B.
I 207
I 207 Dolbeare, H. B.
I 110 Richardson, J. G.
I 207 Floyd, J. S.
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I 202 Qualls, L. L................ Public Finance
I 110 Donovan, C. H.
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I 202 Qualls, L. L.
I 202 Anderson, J. D.
I 202
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I 208 Shields, M. W.............. Principles of Foreign Trade
I 206 Bigham, T. C....... ....... Elements of Transportation
I 206 Roberts, M. J.
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I 109 Fristoe, C. W.............. Labor Problems
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B 114 Day, R. L................. Principles of Resource Utilization
PE 112 Eldridge, J. G.............. Economic Principles and Problems
I 109 Karp, J. R.
I 208 Qualls, L. L.
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I 201 Dunn, E. S................ Economic Principles and Problems
I 201
I 210 Blodgett, R. H.
I 210 Blodgett, R. H.
PE 112 Eldridge, J. G.
PE 112 Eldridge, J. G.
PE 112
I 210 Fristoe, C. W.
I 109 Dolbeare, H. B............. Advanced Money and Banking
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Baquero, J. A.............. Financial Institutions and Fiscal
Policies of Selected Latin Amer-
ican Countries
Roberts, M. J....... ..... Transport Regulation
Anderson, M. D............ Economic Statistics

Diettrich, S. de R........... Economic History in the Making
Fristoe, C. W.............. Wage Theory and Practice
Donovan, C. H............. Problems in State and Local Fi-
nance
Day, R. L................. Geography of Transportation

Diettrich, S. de R......... International Economic Relations
.................. ...... .Masterpieces in the Social Sciences
Blodgett, R. H............. Comparative Economic Systems
Eldridge, J. G.............. The Development of Economic
Thought
Webb, J. N................ Present Day Schools of Economic
Thought-Part II
Tuttle, F. W............... The Development of American
Economy-1860
Jackson, E. L.............. Money, Prices and Business Cycles
Baquero, J. A.............. The Economy of Latin America
Bigham, T. C.............. Problems in Public Utilities
Anderson, M. D ........... Mathematical Economics-Part I
Fristoe, C. W.............. Labor Economics
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109 Winn, C.................. Aspects of Human Growth and
140 Development
109 Winn, C.
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109 Watkins, L. E.
203 Watkins, L. E.
203 Laird, D. S.
203 Laird, D. S.
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203 Laird, D. S.
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203 Watkins, L. E.
134 McGuire, V., Principles and Practices of the
Myers, R. B............. Secondary School Program
134 Fullagar, W. A., Myers, R. B.
134 Fullagar, W. A.
McGuire, V.
140 Fullagar, W. A.
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134 McGuire, V., Principles and Practices of the
Myers, R. B............. Secondary School Program
134 Fullagar, W. A., Myers, R. B.
134 McGuire, V.
134 Myers, R. B.
150 Garris, E. W............... Vocational Education
101 McCracken, J............ Children and Learning
103 Carey, J.
316 ................... ..... Elementary Quantitative Methods
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316 ......................... Measurement and Evaluation of
School Practices
316 McLendon, I. R............ Child Development
140 Butterworth, R............. Educational Psychology
140 Simmons, G. B.............The Teacher's Role in the Admin-
istrative Process
107 Leenhouts, L .......... The Practicum
150 Loften, W. T........ ....... Supervised Teaching in Vocational
Agriculture
150 Loften, W. T............... Course Organization in Vocational
Agriculture
330 Durrance, C. L............. Student Teaching (Secondary)
117 Leenhouts, L...............Student Teaching (Elementary)
330 Durrance, C. L............. Student Teaching (Secondary)
117 Leenhouts, L .............. Student Teaching (Elementary)
107 Wattenbarger J. L...... Theory and Practice in Teaching
109 Durrance, C. L.
107 Browne, E. B.
236 Boutelle, M. W.
138 Mase, D. J................. Methods Teaching Slow Learners
101 Tison, J. P................. Problems of Instruction
316 ......................... Measurement and Evaluation
231 Henderson................. Practicum in College Teaching
226 Alexander, V............... Introduction to Audio-Visual Ma-
terials
140 Norman, J. W............. The Educational Philosophy of
John Dewey
138 Norman J. W.............. History of Education
150 Garris, E. W ............. Philosophy and Administration of
Vocational Education
228 Stripling, R. 0............. Administration of Guidance Pro-
grams
228 Bamberger, F.............. Mental Health in the Classroom
134 Browne, E. B.............The Junior High School Program
316 ......................... Educational Statistics
140 Leps, J. M................. Organization and Administration
of Secondary Schools
134 Olson, C. M........ ..... Laboratory Workshop in Curri-
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N 140 Johns, R. L................ Public School Business Adminis-
tration and Finance
N 132 Bristol, L. R.............. Problems of Visiting Teacher Ser-
vice
N 300 Williams, W. R............. Individual Work
N 150 Bingham, N. E............ Problems of Teaching Science in
the Secondary Schools
N 236 White, J. B................ Methods and Problems in Educa-
tional Supervision
N 232 Baker, M. C., Socio-Economic Foundations of
Henderson, L. N.......... Education
N 236 Cumbee, C. F.............. Problems in Educational Psychol-
ogy
N 132 Leps, J. M................. Legal Phases of Public School Ad-
ministration
N 222 Hilliard, P................ Modern Practices in Elementary
Education
N 232 McGuire, V................ Workshop in Language Arts in the
SSecondary School
N 140 Foster, C. R............... Principles of Pupil Guidance
N 226 ................ ......... Techniques in Guidance
N 232 Boldt, A. W................ Occupational Information for
School Personnel
N 150 Garris, E. W............... Problems in Agricultural Educa-
tion
N 102 Wofford, K. V.............. Problems in Classroom Teaching
N 306 Spache, G. D............... Laboratory in Corrective Reading
N 138 Kidd, K. P................. Methods and Materials in Secon-
dary Mathematics
N 122 Simmons, G. B............. Group Study of Selected Problems
N 228 Carey, J...... ...... Language Arts in the Elementary
School
N 128 Johns, R. L................ Problems in School Administration
and Supervision (Superinten-
dents)
N 130 Leps, J. M................. Problems in School Administration
and Supervision (School Prin-
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EN 601 ... 3 To arrange .............. YN 128 Johns, R. L............... School Survey
EN 605 ... 3 T ............. 7:00-9:30PM YN 316 Wiles, K................... Group Process in Education
EN 610 ... 3 To arrange .............. YN 326 Olson, C. M................ The Work of the Director of Cur-
riculum and Guidance
EN 611 ... 3 To arrange .............. YN 326 Olson, C. M................ Individual Study in Curriculum
and Guidance
EN 612 ... 3 T............... 7:00-9:30PM YN 222 Jacobson, N. P............. Moral Ideals in Education
EN 613 ... 3 S..............9:40-12:30 YN 134 Norman, J. W.............. Contemporary Educational The-
ories
EN 614 ... 3 M............. 8:40-11:30 LI 419 Henderson, L. N.,
Olson, C. M., Wiles. K.. Seminar in Secondary Education
EN 616 ... 3 Th............ 7:00- 9:30PM I 103 Wofford K................ Seminar in Elementary Education
EN 619 ... 3 Th ............ 7:00- 9:30PM YN 228 Fagin, ................... Theories of Counseling
EN 637 1 3 To arrange .............. YN 330 Wiles, K .................. Problems of the Intern and the
Directing Teacher
EN 637 2 3 To arrange .............. YN 112 Haines, A.
EN 675 ... 3 Th ............ 7:00-9:30pM YN 134 Olson, C. M............... The Core Program in the Secon-
dary School
EN 685 ... 3 M ............. 7:00-9:30PM YN 226 Henderson, L. N............ Seminar in General Education for
Colleges
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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3 MWF. ........... .8:40 El

3 MWF .............. 2:40 El
3 MW F............... 1:40 El
3 MWF .............. 8:40 El
3 MW F .............. 11:40 El
3 TThS .............. 8:40 El
3 MWF.............. 8:40 El
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4 MWF............ 10:40 El
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328 Lear, W. E................. Introduction to Electrical Engin-
eering
328 Lear, W. E.
328 Peet, J. C.................. Elements of Electrical Engineering
420 Smith, E. F ................ Elements of Electrical Engineering
420 Pumphrey, F. H.
346 Wilson, J. W.
346 Peet, J. C........ ......... Elements of Electrical Engineering
346 Wilson, J. W .............. Electrical Illumination
230
one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
328 Fagen, W. F............... Elementary Electronics
420 Bliss, G. B.
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350 1 1 M............. 7:00-10:00PM
350 2 1 T ............ .2:40- 5:30
350 3 1 W ............ .2:40- 5:30
350 4 1 Th .......... 2:40- 5:30
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Smith, E. F......... ........ Dynamo Laboratory
Schoonmaker, L. E.
Smith, E. F.
Pumphrey, F. H.
(Section 11 or 12).
Schoonmaker, L. E......... Electric Circuits
Schoonmaker, L. E.
Schoonmaker, L. E.


Students taking EL-362 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
EL 362 1 4 MWF .............. 9:40 El 420 Pumphrey, F. H............ Electric Circuits
EL 362 2 4 MWF............... 1:40 El 420 Sampson, R. W.
EL 362 11 T............. 9:40-12:30 El 424 Sampson, R. W.
EL 362 12 W............. 2:40- 5:30 El 424 Pumphrey, F. H.
EL 362 13 Th............ 2:40- 5:30 El 424 Sampson, R. W.
Students taking EL-363 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
EL 363 1 4 MWF .............. 11:40 El 328 Smith, E. F................ Electrical Machinery I
EL 363 11 T ...............9:40-12:30 El 230 Smith, E. F.
EL 363 12 W.............2:40- 5:30 El 230 Wilson, J. W.
EL 442 1 1 Th................. 11:40 El 334 Larsen, M. J............... Electrical Engineering Seminar
EL 442 2 1 F .................. 1:40 El 334 Larsen, M. J.
EL 446 ... 3 To arrange ................. .. Nelson, P. H ............... Electric Power Transmission
Students taking EL-462 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
EL 462 1 4 TThS .............. 9:40 El 328 Bliss, G. B..... .......... Ultra High Frequency Technique
EL 462 11 W............. 2:40-5:30 El 446 Bliss, G. B.
EL 462 12 F.............. 2:40-5:30 El 446 Bliss, G. B.
Students taking EL-466 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
EL 466 1 5 MWF .............. 8:40 El 334 Chen, W. H................ Communication Engineering
EL 466 2 5 MWF.............. 10:40 El 334 Sashoff, S. P.
EL 466 11 M............1..:40-6:30 El 450 Latour, M. H.
EL 466 12 W ............. 1:40-6:30 El 450 Sashoff, S. P.
EL 466 13 Th ............. 1:40-6:30 El 450 Chen, W. H.
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M............. 1:40-6:30 El 230
Students taking EL-472 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
EL 472 1 4 MWF ..............9:40 El 346 Nelson, P. H .............. Electrical Engineering Problems
EL 472 2 4 MWF. .............11:40 El 334 Nelson, P. H. (Electronics)
EL 472 11 T............. 2:40-5:30 El 424 Nelson, P. H.
EL 472 12 F............. 2:40-5:30 El 424 Nelson, P. H.
EL 474 ... 4 MWF ..............11:40 El 346 Drake, C. W ............... Electrical Engineering Problems
T............... 2:40-5:30 El 430 (Power)
EL 476 ... 3 TTh ............... 10:40 El 346 Fagen, W. F.............. Advanced Industrial Electronics
W............ 2:40-5:30 El 230
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EL 535 .. 3 To arrange ............... .. .. ...... .... ....... Electrical Network Synthesis
EL 546 ... 3 To arrange .............. .. ... Chen, W. H............... Advanced Electron Tube Circuits
EL 555 ... 3 To arrange .............. .. .. .......................... Electromagnetic Fields and Waves
EL 592 ... To arrange. ............. ............... .... Special Topics in Electrical Engin-
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EM 313 I 4 MWF...............8:40 El 411 ........... ............ Fluid Mechanics
EM 313 2 4 MWF..............11:40 El 415
EM 313 11 M..............2:40-5:30 RE 100
EM 313 12 T...............2:40-5:30 RE 100
EM 313 13 W............ 2:40-5:30 RE 100
EM 314 1 3 MWF............... 8:40 EI 409 .........................Hydraulic Engineering
EM 314 2 3 MWF.............. 11:40 EI 411
EM 365 1 3 TThS. ............ 8:40 El 432 ......................... Engineering Mechanics-Statics
EM 365 2 3 TThS..............9:40 EI 432
EM 365 3 3 TThS .............. 10:40 EI 328
EM 365 4 3 TThS .............. 11:40 EI 432
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EM 367 1 3 MWF...............9:40 EI
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203 Walker, B. H.
212 Fogle, S. F......... ...... Contemporary Reading
2 Murphree, A. A............ Introduction to the Study of Liter-
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212 Wilson, J. L................ Introduction to the Study of Liter-
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EH 202 3 3 MWF ....... ..... .1:40 AN 210 Robertson, C. A.
EH 212 ... 2 TTh ............... 9:40 AN 212 Baughan, D. E............. Advanced Composition
EH 215 ... 3 MWF .............. 9:40 AN 2 Fain, J. T.................. Literary Masters of America
EH 225 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 AN 2 Hart, T. A. E.............. Ideas and Themes in Literature
EH 235 ... 2 TTh .............. 8:40 AN 210 Boone, L. P........ ........ Word Study
EH 255 1 3 MWF.............. 12:40 AN 210 Childers, W. C............. Business Communications
EH 255 2 3 M .............. 7:00-9:30PM AN 2 Clark W. A.
EH 262 ... 2 TTh .............. 11:40 AN 210 Ruff, W.................. The English Novel
EH 301 ... 3 F........... ...7:00-9:30PM AN 210 Herbert, T. W.............. Shakespeare
EH 302 ... 3 TThS .............. 10:40 AN 210 Robertson, C. A............ Shakespeare
EH 306 1 3 MWF .............. 11:40 AN 2 Cox, E. H................. Modern English Grammar
EH 306 2 3 T............... 7:00-9:30PM AN 212 Harkness, D. R.
SEH 308 ... 3 MWF ...............9:40 AN 210 Morris, A. C............... Ballads and Folksongs
EH 310 ... 2 TTh................ 8:40 AN 212 Warfel, H. R............... The American Novel

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** One hour to arrange.


AN 2 Bigelow, G. E.............. American and British Drama of
the 19th Century
AN 212 Lytle, A. N................ Imaginative Writing
AN 2 Clark, W. A.................. Report Writing-Business and
Professional
AN 2 Vowles, R. B.............. Contemporary Literature: Drama
AN 210 Mounts, C. E............. Contemporary Literature: Fiction
AN 210 Gehan, F. E................ Children's Literature
AN 210 Ruff, W.................. Great Books of the Western World
AN 212 Conner, F. W.............. Principles of Literary Analysis
AN 212 Warfel, H. R............... American Literature
AN 212 Hodges, J. R............. Drama of the Restoration and
18th Century
AN 210 Pyles, T .................. History of the English Language
AN 210 Herbert, T. W.............. The Renaissance in England
AN 212 Oras, A ................... Milton
AN 212 Lytle, A. N................ The Craft of Writing
AN 212 Congleton, J. E............. English Literature of the 18th
Century
AN 212 Fogle, S. F................. The English Romantic Period
LI 404 Vowles, R. B............... Bibliography and Methods of Re-
search
Staff ................... Individual Work
LI 404 Pyles, T....................Beowulf
LI 404 Bowers, R. H.............. Studies in Medieval Literature
LI 407 Herbert. T. W.............. Studies in Shakespeare
LI 407 Herbert, T. W.
LI 404 Oras, A ................... English Renaissance Literature
LI 404 Oras, A.................. English Prosody
LI 404 Stryker, D................. Studies in Victorian Literature
LI 404 Warfel, H. R............... American Prose
LI 404 Conner, F. W .............. American Poetry


EH 444
EH 500






ENTOMOLOGY
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Students taking EY-203 will register for one lecture (Section 1, 2, or 3) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
EY 203 1 3 MW. ............. .8:40 FL 308 .. . . . . .... Econ
EY 203 2 3 MW............... 10:40 FL 308
EY 203 3 3 TTh ...............9:40 FL 306
EY 203 11 M............ 3:40- 5:30 FL 306
EY 203 12 T.............3:40- 5:30 FL 306
EY 203 13 Th ........... 3:40- 5:30 FL 306
EY 203 14 F............. 9:40-11:30 FL 306
EY 205 ... 1 T .............. 1:40- 3:30 FL 306 .................... . Inse
EY 305 .. M **............... 10:40 FL 308.2 ................... . . Prob
EY 311 1 0.5 M ............ .... 11:40 FL 308 ....................... Entc
EY 311 2 0.5 T................. 10:40 FL 308
EY 311 3 0.5 T................. 11:40 FL 308
EY 311 4 0.5 W ................. 9:40 FL 308
EY 311 5 0.5 Th................9:40 FL 308
EY 411 ... 2 Th............... ...8:40 FL 308 ....................... Apic
F.......... ..... 3:40-5:30 Bee Yard Be
EY 422 ... 2 Th................. 10:40 FL 308 .................... . Vete
Th ... ....... 1:40-3:30 FL 306
EY 460 ... 2 W F......... . 1:40- 3:30 FL 306 . . ...... . .. Inse
EY 462 ... 2 T................. 8:40 FL 308 ........ .......... Inse
W........... 3:40- 5:30 Insectary
EY 470 ... 2 T. ............. 9:40 FL 308 ................ The
T........ .... 1:40- 3:30 Insectary
EY 490 ... 2 M ...............9:40 FL 308 ......................... Stru
M............ 1:40- 3:30 FL 308
EY 494 ... 2 F............. 8:40-12:30 Pest Control Bldg ......................... Inse
EY 501 ... 3 M **................ 10:40 FL 308.2 .................... .. M et


M ** ................ 10:40
WF** ........ 3:40- 5:30
M ** ................ 10:40
M ** .............. 10:40


mI
FL 308.2 ................... .... Prob
FL 306 .......................... Adv
FL 308.2 ........................ Entc
FL 308.2 .......................... Adv


lomic Entomology





ct Collection
lems in Entomology
mology Seminar



culture (An Introduction to
e Culture)
rinary Entomology

ct Identification
ct Ecology

Experimental Method
ctural Pest Control

cticidal Formulations
hods of Research in Ento-
ology
lems in Entomology
danced Insect Taxonomy
mological Research
danced Insect Ecology


* Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on the registration blank.
** Other hours to be arranged.






FAMILY LIFE


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Boom


FAM 102 ... 3 TTh............... 8:40 BN
Th ............1:40- 3:30 BN
FAM 202 ... 3 MWF..........8:40-10:30 E
Students registering for FAM-244 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or
FAM 244 1 3 MW ............... 8:40 AU


2 3 MW ............. 11:40

11 M ................. 9:40
12 T................. 10:40
13 W ................. 9:40
14 F ................. 8:40
15 F .................. 11:40
3 T ............... 10:40
Th........... 10:40-12:30
3 MW F.............. 11:40
3 MWF........... 1:40-3:30
3 MTh.......... 7:00-10:00PM
3 M ............. 7:00- 9:30PM


201 Sawyer, E. M..
307


.......... Physics in the Home


174 Millican, G. C..............Home Decoration II
2) and one discussion (Sections 11 through 15).
Ehrmann, W. W.
Thomason, O. 3 .......... Marriage and the Family
Ehrmann, W. W.,
Thomason, O. B.
309 Thomason, O. B.
308 Thomason, 0. B.
309 Thomason, O. B.
Ehrmann, W. W.
Ehrmann, W. W.
108 Shields, M. W.............. Consumer Economics
108
102 Gaddis, I. W............... Housing and Home Ownership
305 Borgia, A.................. Fashion Fundamentals
305 Borgia, A.................. Draping
210 Gehan, F. E................ Children's Literature


FORESTRY
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FY 220 ... 2 MW............... 10:40
FY 226 ... 3 TTh................8:40
M ............ 1:40-4:30
FY 228 ... 3 MW............... 8:40
F............... 1:40-4:30
FY 309 ... 3 TTh ............... 7:40
F.............. 9:40-12:30
FY 310 ... 3 MW................ 8:40
M............ 1:40-5:30
Students taking FY-313 will register for the lecture (Section 1),
FY 313 1 3 TTh ............... 8:40
FY 313 11 T...............1:40-3:30
FY 313 12 T...............3:40-5:30


K 111 Staff .....................Introduction to Forestry
K 215 Smith, R. B............... Dendrology of Angiosperms
K 215
K 111 Ralston, C. W.............. Forest Mensuration
K 111
K 215 Smith, R. B................ Wood Technology
K 215
HT 409 Geltz, C. G............... Reforestation and Nursery
HT 410
and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
HT 410 Geltz, C. G................ Farm Forestry
HT 410
HT 410


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FAM 244
FAM 244
FAM 244
FAM 244
FAM 244
FAM 246

FAM 295
FAM 336
FAM 338
FAM 391






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3 M W ............... 10:40
S.......... .. 8:40-12:30
3 M ................ .7:40
F.............. 1:40-6:30
1 F..................7:40
3 T........ ...... 10:40
T .............. 1:40-5:30
3 W ............... .. 7:40
F ............... 1:40-6:30
3 M W F............... 7:40
3 MWF .............. .8:40
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T ............... 1:40-6:30
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410 Geltz, C. G............... Silviculture
410
215 Beckwith, S. L............. Techniques of Wildlife Manage-
215 ment
215 Staff.............. ... Seminar
Huffman, J. B............. Wood Preservation


HT 409 Swinford, K. R............. Forest Management Working
HT 410 Plans
HT 410 Miller, J. W................ Logging and Lumbering
HT 410 Herndon, T. G............. Forest Economics
HT 401 Staff ......................Forest Problems
K 111 Beckwith, S. L............. Applied Wildlife Management
K 215
K 215 Swinford, K. R............. Forest Photogrammetry
K 215
Field ... Post, D. M................ Logging Practice
Field Miller, J. W............. Milling Practice
HT 401 Smith, R. B................ Timbers of the World
HT 401 Smith, R. B................ Timbers of the Carribean Region
HT 401 Geltz, C. G................ Research Problems in Silviculture
HT 401 Miller, J. W ............... Research Problems in Wood Utili-
Smith, R. B. zation
HT 401 Herndon, T. G.,............. Research Problems in Forest Ecc-
Kaufman, C. M., nomics and Management
Ralston, C. W..
Swinford, K. R.
HT 401 Beckwith, S. L............ Research Methods in Wildlife
Management
HT 401 Beckwith, S. L............. Research Problems in Wildlife
Management


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FRENCH


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Hours Bldg.


Room


Instructor


Course Title


Students registering for FH-133 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 11, Section 20
through 21, and Section 30 through 31).
FH 133 1 3 TTh ............... 1:40 AN 4 Wallace, M. J.............. First-Year French
FH 133 10 M................ 8:40 AN 9
FH 133 11 T............... 10:40 AN 9
FH 133 20 T............... 12:40 AN 9
FH 133 21 W..................8:40 AN 9
FH 133 30 Th................. 9:40 AN 9
FH 133 31 F................ 10:40 AN 9

Students registering for FH-134 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 17, Section 20
through 27, and Section 30 through 37).
FH 134 1 3 MW ............... 7:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J............... First-Year French
FH 134 2 3 TTh................ 8:40 AN 4 Kurth, A. L.
FH 134 3 3 MW................ 9:40 AN 6 Wallace, M. J.
FH 134 4 3 TTh...... ......... 9:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J.
FH 134 10 M................ 7:40 AN 9
FH 134 11 M............... 9:40 AN 9
FH 134 12 M................ 11:40 AN 9
FH 134 13 M................. 1:40 AN 9
FH 134 14 M.................3:40 AN 9
FH 134 15 T................. 7:40 AN 9
FH 134 16 T................. 9:40 AN 9
FH 134 17 T................ 11:40 AN 9
FH 134 20 T................ 3:40 AN 9
FH 134 21 W.................. 7:40 AN 9
FH 134 22 W..................9:40 AN 9
FH 134 23 W................ 11:40 AN 9
FH 134 24 W................. 1:40 AN 9
FH 134 25 W..................2:40 AN 9
FH 134 26 W..................3:40 AN 9
FH 134 27 W ................4:40 AN 9
FH 134 30 Th................ 10:40 AN 9
FH 134 31 Th................. 12:40 AN 9
FH 134 32 Th................. 2:40 AN 9
FH 134 33 Th................. 4:40 AN 9
FH 134 34 F...................8:40 AN 9
FH 134 35 F................ 10:40 AN 9

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FH 134 36 F................ 12:40 AN 9
FH 134 37 F...................3:40 AN 9
Students registering for FH-201 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 11, Section 20
through 21, and Section 30 through 31).
FH 201 1 3 TTh ............... 12:40 AN 4 Kurth, A. L............... Second-Year French
FH 201 10 M.................8:40 AN 9
FH 201 11 T..... .......... 10:40 AN 9
FH 201 20 W ................. 12:40 AN 9
FH 201 21 Th................. 8:40 AN 9
FH 201 30 Th .... .......... 10:40 AN 9
FH 201 31 F...................3:40 AN 9
Students registering for FH-202 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 13, Section 20
through 23, and Section 30 through 33).
FH 202 1 3 TTh............... 10:40 AN 4 Wallace, M. J.............. Second-Year French
FH 202 2 3 MW ............... 12:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J.
FH 202 10 M............... .10:40 AN 9
FH 202 11 M............... 12:40 AN 9
FH 202 12 M..................4:40 AN 9
FH 202 13 T.................. 8:40 AN 9
FH 202 20 T.................. 2:40 AN 9
FH 202 21 T................ 4:40 AN 9
FH 202 22 W................ 10:40 AN 9
FH 202 23 W................ 12:40 AN 9
FH 202 30 Th..................2:40 AN 9
FH 202 31 Th................. 4:40 AN 9
FH 202 32 F............... 11:40 AN 9
FH 202 33 F ................. 1:40 AN 9
FH 306 ... 3 MWF.............. 1:40 AN 4 Kurth, A. L....... ......... Composition and Conversation
FH 308 ... 3 MWF.............. 11:40 AN 7 Capretz, P. J............... Survey of French Literature
FH 408 ... 3 MWF .............. 2:40 AN 7 Wallace, M. J.............. French Literature, 1715-1800
FH 430 ... 3 To arrange. ............. AN 3-A Capretz, P. J............... Individual Work
FH 500 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 LI 408 Kurth, A. L................ The French Novel, 1800-1900
FH 530 ... 3 To arrange .............. AN 3-C Brunet, J .................. Individual Work








G A
y.


Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

GL 301 1 3 TTh ......... .8:40-10:30 YN 150 Bingham, N. E .............Children's Science
GL 301 2 3 TTh.......... 10:40-12:30 YN 150 Schultz, B.


GEOGRAPHY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hoars Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


TTh ............ 10:40
Th ............... 11:40
MWF............... 8:40
T....... ..... 1:40-2:30
T......... .... .3:40-5:30
TTh ............. 7:40
Th............ .. 8:40
T ...............1:40-2:30
T ............... 3:40-5:30
TTh ............ 10:40
T ...............2:40-4:30
MWF. ............ 10:40
MWF ............ .. 7:40
MWF ............ 9:40
MW F ........... 1:40
M W F............... 2:40
MWF...... 11:40
To arrange. .............
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To arrange ............
To arrange ..............


GPY 203

GPY 204
GPY 204
GPY 204
GPY 204

GPY 204
GPY 204
GPY 330

GPY 342
GPY 382
GPY 385
GPY 448
GPY 486
GPY 491
GPY 499
GPY 542
GPY 551
GPY 571

GPY 580

GPY 581
GPY 582
GPY 590


B 115 Dunkle, J. R............... Elements of Physical Geography
B 115
B 114 Dunkle J. R............... Elements of Human Geography
B 115 Cross, C. I.
B 115 Dunkle J. R.
B 114 Cross, 6. I.
B 114
B 115
B 115 Dunkle, J. R.
B 114 Pierson, W. H............. Maps, Charts, and Graphs
B 107
B 114 Dyer, D. R....... ......... Political Geography
B 114 Day, R. L................. Principles of Resource Utilization
B 114 Pierson, W. H. .......... Geography of South America
B 114 Pierson W. H............. Geography of the South
B 114 Cross, C. I............... Economic Geography of Far East
B 115 Crit, R. E................. Land Tenure
.......................... Special Topics in Geography
Pierson, W. H.............. Land Utilization
Dyer, D. R................ Population Geography
Crist, R. E................ Problems in Geography of Middle
America
B 111 Diettrich, S. deR........... Development of Geographic
Thought
Dyer, D. R................ Readings in Geography
Staff.... .............. Regional Seminar
B 115 Staff ..................... Thesis Seminar


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GENERAL SCIENCE





GEOLOGY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students registering for GY-203 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
GY 203 1 3 TTh............... 10:40 B 102 Rappenecker, C............... Elements of Physical Geology
GY 203 11 T..............2:40- 4:30 B 102 Rappenecker, C.
GY 203 12 Th............ 8:40-10:30 B 102 Rappenecker, C.
GY 204 ... 3 MW .............. 10:40 B 102 Edwards, R. A............. Elements of Historical Geology
F............. 10:40-12:30 B 102
GY 210 ... 3 TTh................ 1:40 B 102 Edwards, R. A............. Engineering Geology
M............. 2:40-5:30 B 102
GY 309 ... 3 MWF............... 1:40 B 104 Rappenecker, C.............. Structural Geology
GY 340 ... 2 MW............ 2:40-4:30 B 104 Rappenecker, C............ Interpretation of Geologic Maps
GY 360 ... 3 TTh ............... 10:40 B 104 Edwards, R. A............. Geology and Mineral Resources
F............... 2:40-4:30 B 104 of Florida
GY 413 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 B 104 Pirkle, E. C................ Economic Geology-Metals
GY 417 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 B 104 Yoho, W. H................ Sedimentation and Stratigraphy


GERMAN
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students registering for GN-133 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 13, Section 20
through 23, and Section 30 through 33).
GN 133 1 3 TTh...............11:40 AN 6 Mauderli, M. 0.............First-Year German
GN 133 2 3 MW............... 8:40 AN 18 Craps, J. E.
GN 133 10 M.................8:40 AN 9
GN 133 11 M ................. 10:40 AN 9
GN 133 12 T ...................8:40 AN 9
GN 133 13 T .................. 10:40 AN 9
GN 133 20 T ...................1:40 AN 9
GN 133 21 W..................8:40 AN 9
GN 133 22 W..................2:40 AN 9
GN 133 23 Th.................7:40 AN 9
GN 133 30 Th............... 10:40 AN 9
GN 133 31 Th............... 12:40 AN 9
GN 133 32 Th.................2:40 AN 9
SGN 133 33 F ...................7:40 AN 9


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GERMAN-Continued
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students registering for GN-134 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 17, Section 20
through 27, and Section 30 through 37).
GN 134 1 3 TTh............... .8:40 AN 6 Craps, J. E................ First-Year German
GN 134 2 3 TTh................9:40 AN 6 Jones, O. F.
GN 134 3 3 MW. .............. 10:40 AN 4 Mauderli, M. 0.
GN 134 4 3 MW. .............. 2:40 AN 4 Mauderli M. 0.
GN 134 10 M........... ....7:40 AN 9
GN 134 11 M................. 9:40 AN 9
GN 134 12 M ................. 11:40 AN 9
GN 134 13 M................ 1:40 AN 9
GN 134 14 M ...............3:40 AN 9
GN 134 15 T................... 7:40 AN 9
GN 134 16 T................. .9:40 AN 9
GN 134 17 T.............. 11:40 AN 9
GN 134 20 T................. :40 AN 9
GN 134 21 T................. 3:40 AN 9
GN 134 22 W ............... 7:40 AN 9
GN 134 23 W................. 9:40 AN 9
GN 134 24 W................. 11:40 AN 9
GN 134 25 W............... 1:40 AN 9
GN 134 26 Th. ................. 7:40 AN 9
GN 134 27 F ................. 8:40 AN 9
GN 134 30 Th................. 10:40 AN 9
GN 134 31 Th................. 12:40 AN 9
GN 134 32 Th .............. 2:40 AN 9
GN 134 33 Th.... ....... ...4:40 AN 9
GN 134 34 F.................. 7:40 AN 9
GN 134 35 F................9:40 AN 9
GN 134 36 F.................. 11:40 AN 9
GN 134 37 F .................. 1:40 AN 9
Students registering for GN-201 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 11, Section 20
through 21, and Section 30 through 31).
GN 201 1 3 MW ................7:40 AN 6 Valk, M. E................ Second-Year German
GN 201 10 M.............. 10:40 AN 9
GN 201 11 T............... 8:40 AN 9
GN 201 20 W ................ 8:40 AN 9
GN 201 21 Th............... 7:40 AN 9

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GERMAN-Continued
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GN 201 30 Th................. 11:40 AN 9
GN 201 31 F...................9:40 AN 9
Students registering for GN-202 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (Section 10 through 13, Section 20
through 23, and Section 30 through 33).
GN 202 1 3 MW ................9:40 AN 4 Jones, O. F................ Second-Year German
GN 202 2 3 TTh ............... 10:40 AN 6 Craps, J. E.
GN 202 10 M................ 10:40 AN 9
GN 202 11 M................ 12:40 AN 9
GN 202 12 M.................2:40 AN 9
GN 202 13 T................. 8:40 AN 9
GN 202 20 T...................4:40 AN 9
GN 202 21 W.................8:40 AN 9
GN 202 22 W................ 10:40 AN 9
GN 202 23 W................ 12:40 AN 9
GN 202 30 Th................ 12:40 AN 9
GN 202 31 Th..................4:40 AN 9
GN 202 32 F..................8:40 AN 9
GN 202 33 F............... 10:40 AN 9
GN 305 ... 3 MWF ............. 8:40 AN 4 Valk, M. E................ Composition and Conversation
GN 308 ... 3 MWF ..............12:40 AN 6 Craps, J. E................ Survey of German Literature
GN 430 ... 3 To arrange .............. AN 3-B Craps, J. E................ Individual Work
GN 431 ... 3 MWF............... 1:40 AN 7 Valk, M. E................ History of German Language
GN 502 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 LI 408 Mauderli, M. 0............. German Classical Period
GN 510 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 LI 408 Jones, O. F................ Middle High German
GN 530 ... 3 To arrange. .............. AN 3-B Jones, 0. F................ Individual Work


GREEK


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg.


GK 105 ... 2 MW ............... 11:40 AN
GK 117 ... 2 TTh ............... 11:40 AN

SGK 134 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 AN
f GK 430 ... 3 To arrange.............. AN
C:


4 Aratowsky, B.............. The Greek Element in English
18 Aratowsky, B.............. Greek Life and Letters-The
Greek Drama
7 Aratowsky, B............. First-Year Greek
5 Aratowsky, B ............. Individual Work


Room


Instructor


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HISTORY
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112 Glunt, J. D........ ..... Florida History to 1860
112 Proctor, S............. ... Florida History Since 1860
112 Patrick, R. W.
114 Glunt, J. D.............. Growth of American Democracy
114
114 Reynolds, J. H ........... History of World Civilizations to
1660
114 Payne, A. N.............. History of World Civilizations
114 Since 1660
114 Funk, A. L.
112 Bentley, G. R.............. United States History to 1865
112 Baringer, W. E............. United States History Since 1865
109 Glunt, J. D.
109
114 Thompson, A. W.
114 Groth, J. H ............... Ancient Civilizations
109 Funk, A. L................. Twentieth Century Europe
109 Payne, A. N............... English History Since 1689
109 Worcester, D. E........... RepublicanLatinAmericanHistory
114 Hammond, A. E........... The Reformation
109 Dowd, D. L................ History of Modern France
109 Harrison, J. A.............. Modern Russia and the U.S.S.R.
5 Hanna, P. L............... The British Empire and Common-
5 wealth
112 Thompson, A. W...........United States Thought and Cul-
ture, 1865 to the Present
112 Bentley, G. R.............. The New South
109 McAlister, L. N............ Mexico and the Caribbean Area
109 Worcester, D. E........... The Andean Republics
109
109 Harrison, J. A..............The Modern Far East
115 Staff ................. Masterpieces in the Social Sciences
104 Patrick, R. W........... Thesis
418 Groth, J. H................ Directed Study in Ancient Civi.-
izations
418 Dowd, D. L............... Seminar in Modern European
History


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HY 538 ... 3 TThS..............10:40 LI 418 Payne, A. N............... Seminar in English History
HY 548 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 LI 418 Doty, F................... United States: The Middle Period
HY 554 ... 3 MWF ...............8:40 LI 418 Glunt, J. D............. Seminar in the South
HY 556 ... 3 S............. 9:40-12:30 PE 112 Patrick, R. W.............. Seminar in Recent Florida History
HY 578 ... 3 M. ............7:30-10:00PM LI 418 Worcester, D. E. ........... Seminar in Latin American History
HY 580 ... 3 S............. 9:40-12:30 PE 109 McAllister, L. N............ Directed Readings in Latin Amer-
ican History

HORTICULTURE
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

HE 201 ... 3 TTh. ...............8:40 FL 209 Wolfe, H. S................ Principles of Horticulture
M .............. 1:40-3:30 FL 209
Students taking HE-212 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
HE 212 1 3 TTh ............... 9:40 FL 108 Stout, G. J ................ Vegetable Gardening
HE 212 11 M..............3:40-5:30 VF
HE 212 12 T...............3:40-5:30 VF
HE 212 13 Th .............3:40-5:30 VF
HE 331 ... 3 T.................. 11:40 FL 209 Stout, G. J................. Food Technology
W............. 1:40-5:30 VL
Students taking HE-341 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
HE 341 1 3 TTh...............10:40 FL 108 Ziegler, L. W............... Citrus Growing
HE 341 11 W ............. 1:40-3:30 FL 209
HE 341 12 W..............3:40-5:30 FL 209
HE 352 ... 3 MW............... 11:40 FL 209 Brooks, J. H.............. Basic Floriculture
M............ 3:40-5:30 GH
HE 412 ... 3 WF................ 8:40 FL 102 Wolfe, H. S................ Deciduous Fruits
T............... 3:40-5:30 FL 209
HE 420 ... 3 TTh ............... 9:40 FL 209 Watkins, J. V.............. Nursery Operations
M .............. 1:40-3:30 GH
HE 422 ... 3 MW ................9:40 FL 209 Stout, G. J................. Commercial Truck Crops
F............... 1:40-3:30 VF
HE 424 ... 3 MWF .............. 10:40 FL F 209 Wolfe, H. S................ Minor Tropical Fruits
HE 429 ... 3 F. .. 7:40 FL 209 Watkins,ZJ. V.............. Ornamental Horticulture
MW............ 7:40-9:30 FL 209
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HE 430 ... 3 F ................... 8:40 FL 209 Watkins, J. V.............. Advanced Ornamental Horticul-
TW............. 1:40-3:30 GH ture
HE 434 ... 3 TTh..................8:40 FL 102 Brooks, J. H............... Flower Shop
T........ ...... 1:40-3:30 GH
Students taking HE-436 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
HE 436 1 3 TTh ....... ..... 8:40 FL 108 Ziegler, L. W...... .... Citrus Culture
HE 436 11 M ......... 1:40-3:30 FL 210
HE 436 12 M............. 3:40-5:30 FL 209
HE 442 ... 3 TTh. .............. 10:40 FL 209 Brooks, J. H ............. Commercial Floriculture
F.............. 1:40-3:30 GH
HE 503 ... 1 F............... 11:40 FL 209 Stout, G. J................. Horticulture Seminar
HE 520 ... 3 MW .............. 9:40. FL 102 Ziegler, L. W .............. Advanced Citrus
T............. 1:40-3:30 FL 209
HE 570 ... To arrange .............. ... ......... . . Research

INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

IN 101 ... 3 MTWThF ......... 8:40 YN 20 Neubauer, G. W............ General Shop II
1 hour to arrange.
IN 102 1 3 MTWThF ........ .1:40 YN 20 Neubauer, G. W............ Elementary Woodwork


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Strickland, T. W............ Advanced Mechanical Drawing

Neubauer, G. W............ Machine Woodwork
Bergengren, R. F........... Elementary School Handcrafts

Bergengren, R. F........... Handcrafts

Bergengren, R. F........... Art Metal Design and Construc-
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IN 364 ... 3 MWF............... .8:40 YN 304B Meyer, H. K............... Laboratory Planning and Main-
tenance
IN 401 .. 3 MTWThF......... 12:40 YN 304A Strickland, T. W............ Architectural Drawing
1 hour to arrange.
IN 402 ... 3 MTWThF........... 1:40 YN 304A Strickland, T. W..... ..... Problems in Architectural Drawing
1 hour to arrange.
IN 416 ... 3 MTWThF ......... 11:40 YN 304B Bergengren, R. F .. ... Crafts Problems
IN 421 ... 3 MTWThF ........... 1:40 YN 22 Bergengren, R. F........... Metals and Industrial Processes
1 hour to arrange.
IN 422 ... 3 MTWThF......... 10:40 YN 22 Strickland, T. W............ Machine Shop Practice
1 hour to arrange.
IN 425 ... 3 MTWThF........ .9:40 YN 20 Neubauer, G. W............ Wood Finishing
1 hour to arrange.
IN 524 ... 3 Th .............7:00-9:30PM YN 302 Williams, W. R............. Problems in Industrial Arts and
Vocational Education
IN 534 ... 3 T.............. 7:00-9:30PM YN 302 Meyer, H. K............... Handcrafts Seminar



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Kromp, C. M.............. Plant Development and Operation
Kromp, C. M.............. Job Evaluation
Wilcox, D. B...............Engineering Economic Analysis
Eshleman, S. K ... ....... Specifications, Engineering Rela-
Eshleman, S. K. tions and Safety
Eshleman, S. K.
Wilcox, D. B..... ...... Plant Location and Layout
Wilcox, D. B.
Eshleman. S. K............. Human Engineering
Kromp, C. M............. Motion and Time Study
Kromp, C. M.
Martinson, E. P............ Industrial Engineering Seminar
Wilcox, D. B............... Advanced Shop Layout and Design
Gregg, R.................. Management Training


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ITALIAN

Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

ITN 134 ... 3 TThS ............... 9:40 AN 7 Kurth, A. L................ First-Year Italian

JOURNALISM
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title
JM 114 1 2 TTh................ 8:40 K 205 Lowry, W. L............... Introduction to Journalism
JM 114 2 2 TTh .............. 10:40 K 205 Lowry, W. L.
JM 215 3 MWF.............. 11:40 K 205 Emig, E. J................. History & Principles of Journalism
JM 301 1 3 WF ................. 1:40 K 205 Jones, J. P................. Elementary Reporting
JM 301 11 W.............2:40-5:30 K 103
Students taking JM-314 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
JM 314 1 3 T.................. 8:40 K 103 Jones, J. P................. Magazine Writing and Editing
JM 314 11 Th............ 8:40-10:30 K 103
JM 314 12 Th ............1:40- 3:30 K 103
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IR 202 ... 3 MWF .........8:40-10:30 E
IR 301 ... 31 MTWThF......8:40-10:30
IR 302 ... 3 TTh .............. 10:40 E
IR 303 ... 3 12 hours to arrange.......
IR 304 ... 3
IR 311 ... 3 MTWThF......8:40-10:30
IR 312 ... 3 TTh............. 10:40 E
IR 313 ... 3 12 hours to arrange.......
IR 314 ... 3
IR 401 ... 3 MTWThF......8:40-10:30
IR 402 ... 3 TTh ............. 10:40 E
IR 403 ... 3 12 hours to arrange....... J
IR 404 ... 3
IR 411 ... 3 MTWThF......8:40-10:30
IR 412 ... 3 TTh ........... . 10:40 E
IR 413 ... 3 12 hours to arrange.......
IR 414 ... 3


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174 .............. .. . . . Home Decoration II

174 ................... . . Projects in Interior Design,
Group 1


174 .................... ... Projects in Interior Design,
Group 2


174 .................... . Projects in Interior Design,
Group 3


174 ................... ...... Projects in Interior Design,
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Students taking JM-315 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
JM 315 1 3 MW ..............8:40 K 205 Lowry, W. L............. Typography
JM 315 11 M.............2:40-5:30 K 105
JM 315 12 W...........2:40-5:30 K 105
JM 318 3 MWF. ............. 10:40 K 205 ........................ Newspaper Management
JM 402 3 TTh. .............. 11:40 K 205 Hanna, E. C.............. Radio Advertising
F .............. 2:40-5:30 K 103
JM 404 ... 3 M ................ 9:40 K 205 Hanna, E. C.............. Newspaper and Magazine Illus-
WF............ 9:40-11:30 K 103 treating
JM 406 .. 3 M............. 1:40-5:30 K 103 Jones, J. P................ Radio News Writing
T ...................9:40 K 103
JM 408 3 MWF............... 8:40 K 206 Emig, E. J............... Public'Opinion
JM 411 3 MWF..............11:40 K 206 Hanna, E. C............... Public Relations
JM 413 ... 3 M.................. 7:40 K 205 Weimer, R. 0.............. Applied Journalism
9 hours to arrange.
JM 421 ... 4 TTh ............... 10:40 K 103 Weimer, R. O.............. Advanced Editing
T.............. 1:40-5:30 K 103
JM 503 ... 3 S ............... 9:40 K 206 Emig, E. J................. Special Studies in Newspaper Pro-
2 hours to arrange. duction
JM 511 ... 3 S.................. 10:40 K 206 Emig, E. J................. History of Journalism
2 hours to arrange.


LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
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LAE 302
LAE 303
LAE 304
LAE 311
LAE 312
LAE 313
LAE 314
SLAE 401
SLAE 402
SLAE 403
LAE 404


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164 .......... ....... ProjectsinLandscapeArchitecture,
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2 MT................ 8:40 LW 104 Maloney, F. E.............Equity I
3 WThF ............ 10:40 LW 201 Fenn, H. A., and
Smith, W. R............ Contracts I
3 MTW ... ..........8:40 LW 201 Mautz, R. B.............. Contracts II
2 WTh................ 1:40 LW 203 Krastin, Karl ............. Domestic Relations
S 3 MTW..............11:40 LW 201 Richardson, J. R.......... Procedure I
S 2 ThF ............... 11:40 LW 201 Day, James W............. Property I
2 ThF ............... 8:40 LW 201 Day, James W....... ...... Property II
2 MT ............... 2:40 LW 104 Smith, J. Allen....... ...... Torts I
2 ThF...............10:40 LW 203 Maloney, F. E............. Torts II
2 WF. ............... .2:40 LW 104 Clark, V. W................ Criminal Law and Procedure 1
2 MT................ 10:40 LW 104 Clark, V. W................ Criminal Law and Procedure II
2 MT ................. 1:40 LW 104 Miller, Geo. J., and
Stephens, R. B........... Administrative Process
2 WTh................ 1:40 LW 104 Miller, Geo. J., and
Stephens, R. B .......... U.S. Constitutional Law
.. WThFS ............ 9:40 LW 104 TeSelle, C. J.............. Evidence
2 MT................ 2:40 LW 201 Mautz, R. B......... ....... Agency
2 MT. ..... ........ 1:40 LW 203 Macdonald, W. D.......... Restitution
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LAE 411 ... 31 MTWThF...... 8:40-10:301
LAE 412 ... 3 TTh .............. 10:40 E 164 ................... . Projectsin LandscapeArchitecture,
LAE 413 ... 3f 12 hours to arrange....... Group 4
LAE 414 ... 3

LATIN
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LN 134 ... 3 MWF .............. 8:40 AN 7 Aratowsky, B.............. First-Year Latin
LN 202 ... 3 TThS .............. 8:40 AN 7 Aratowsky, B.............. Second-Year Latin
LN 430 . 3 To arrange .............. AN 5 Aratowsky, B.............. Individual Work
LN 500 ... 3 MWF ........... .. 1:40 LI 408 Aratowsky, B............. The Epic
LN 530 .. 3 To arrange .............. AN 5 Aratowsky, B.............. Individual Work

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LAW-Continued
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4 WThFS............ 10:40 LW
2 WF .............. .. 2:4C LW
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2 ThF............ 11:40 LW
3 WThF ..............8:40 LW
2 MT................ 3:40 LW
2 M T................ 3:40 LW
3 MTW .............. 9:40 LW
S 3 MTW.............. 11:40 LW
2 MT............... 1:40 LW
S 2 MT................ 9:40 LW
2 ThF.............. 9:40 LW
2 ThF ............. 11:40 LW
2 M T................ 10:40 LW
2 ThF ................ .9:O LW
3 MTW ........... .. .8:40 LW
3 MTW...............9:40 LW
3 MTW.............. 11:40 LW
2 Th ............ 7:00-10:00PM LW
3 MTW.............. 10:40 LW
2 MT..................8:40 LW
2 M T................ 11:40 LW
3 WThF .............. 1:40 LW
1 Alt. T.......... 8:00-9:50pM LW
2 W ............. 2:40-4:30PM LW
2 ThF............... 8:40 LW
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To arrange. ............. .


104 Slagle, D.................. Private Corporations
201 Richardson, J. R............ Legal Bibliography
Fenn, Henry A............. Legal Ethics
104 Day, James W............. Property III
104 Smith, J. Allen............. Florida Constitutional Law
104 TeSelle, C. J............. Procedure II
201 Black, K. L................Insurance
203 Miller, Gco. J............ Procedure IV
201 Black, K. L............... .Estates and Trusts I
203 Fenn, Henry A............. Fiduciary Administration I
201 Maloney, F. E.............. Equity II
104 Macdonald, W. D........... Estates and Trusts II
201 Mautz, R. B............... Business Organizations
203 Clark, V. W................ Taxation I
201 Stephens, R. B........... Taxation II
203 Krastin, Karl.............. Municipal Corporations
203 Delony, Dexter............ Negotiable Instruments
203 Smith, Wm. Reese.......... Conflict of Laws
104 Smith, J. Allen............. Future Interests
120 Richardson, J. R............ Practice Court
203 Krastin, Karl.............. Creditors Rights
202 Slagle, D..................Admiralty
202 Delony, Dexter............ Labor Law
201 Macdonald, W. D........... Security Transactions
104 Miller, Geo. J.............. Seminar in Legal Philosophy
203 Black, K. L................ Estates Planning
203 Stephens, R. B............Taxation III
Miller, Geo. J.,
Mautz, R. B.,
Smith, J. Alien, and
Smith, Wm. Reece........Law Review
Mautz, R. B., and
Smith, Wm. Reece........Legal Research


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LIBRARY SCIENCE


1 4 MTWF.............. 7:40 PE
2 4 MTThF.............8:40 PE
3 4 MTThF........... 10:40 PE
4 4 MTWF............ 11:40 PE
5 4 MTThF.............12:40 PE
6 4 MTWF.............. 1:40 PE
7 4 MTWF.............. 2:40 PE
8 4 MTWF.............. 3:40 PE
1 4 MTWF............. 7:40 PE
2 4 MTWF.............. 7:40 PE
3 4 MTThF.............8:40 PE
4 4 MTThF.............8:40 PE
5 4 MTWF............. 9:40 PE
6 4 MTWF.............. 9:40 PE
7 4 MTThF............ 10:40 PE
8 4 MTThF........... 10:40 PE
9 4 MTWF............. 11:40 PE
10 4 MTThF............ 12:40 PE
11 4 MTThF ............ 12:40 PE
12 4 MTWF...............1:40 PE
13 4 MTWF.............. 1:40 PE
14 4 MTWF.............. 2:40 PE
15 4 MTWF.............. 3:40 PE
16 4 MTWF..............4:40 PE
1 3 MWF...............7:40 WA
2 3 MWF...... ........ 8:40 WA
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LY 200 ... 2 TTh .............. 10:40 LI 454 Grazier, R. T............... History of Books and Printing
LY 303 ... 3 Th............. 7:00-9:30pM LI 454 Crews, D.................... Library Organization and Admin-
istration
LY 402 ... 2 Th............. 7:00-8:40pM LI 400 Pearce, M. W............. Library Materials for the Social
Sciences and the Humanities

MATHEMATICS
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0 WA 211
0 WA 211
0 WA 211
0 WA 211
0 WA 211
0 WA 211
0 PE 11 Gager, W. A............... Arithmetic for Teachers
0 WA 213 Pirenian, Z. M............. Mathematics of Finance
0 WA 213 Mayer, H. A...............Statistical Methods
0 PE 102 Gormsen, S. T..............Advanced General Mathematics
0 PE 10 Lewis, H. K ............... Advanced General Mathematics
0 PE 10 ..........................Differential Calculus
D PE 10
0 PE 11
0 PE 10
0 WA 211
0 WA 209 ..........................Integral Calculus
3 WA 209
0 WA 209
0 WA 209
3 WA 209
0 WA 209
0 WA 213 South, D. E................ Intermediate Calculus
0 WA 207 Phipps, C. G............... Graphical and Numerical Analysis
0 WA 207
0 WA 207 Hadlock, E. H.............. Theory of Equations
0 WA 213 Hadlock, E. H............. Elementary Theory of Numbers
0 WA 213 South, D. E.............. Differential Equations
0 WA 213 Rohde, F. V................Higher Mathematics for Engineers
and Physicists
0 WA 213 Smith, C. B........ ........ Vector Analysis
0 WA 207 Pirenian, Z. M............ Further Theory and Application
of Finite Groups
D WA 213 South, D. E.............. Advanced Statistics
D WA 207 Hutcherson, W. R..........Analytic Projective Geometry
0 WA 207 Cowan, R. W............. Fourier Series
0 WA 207 Hadlock, E. H............. Advanced Topics in Calculus
0 WA 213 Phipps, C. G............... Functions of a Complex Variable
0 WA 207 Lang, G. B............... Functions of Real Variables
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MS 562 ... 3 MWF ........... .9:40 WA 213 Ellis, D................. .General Topology
MS 590 To arrange .............. ... Staff.. ............... Special Topics

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
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ML 181 1 2 MW ........... 8:40-10:30 El 516 ..........................Engineering Drawing
F........... ..... 8:40 El 516
ML 181 2 2 MW .......... 10:40-12:30 El 516
F......... ...... 10:40 El 516
ML 181 3 2 MW...........1:40- 3:30 EI 516
F................ 1:40 EI 516
ML 181 4 2 MW...........3:40- 5:30 EI 516
F.................. 3:40 EI 516
ML 181 5 2 T..............7:40- 9:30 EI 516
Th........ ... 7:40-10:30 EI 516
ML 181 6 2 T..............9:40-12:30 EI 516
Th........... 10:40-12:30 EI 516
ML 181 7 2 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 EI 516
T................ 2:40 EI 516
ML 182 1 2 MW........... 8:40-10:30 EI 512 ......................... .Descriptive Geometry
F.................. 8:40 EI 512
ML 182 2 2 MW .......... 10:40-12:30 EI 512
F........... .... 10:40 EI 512
ML 182 3 2 MF............1:40- 3:30 EI 522
W ................. 1:40 EI 522
ML 182 4 2 MF...........3:40- 5:30 EI 522
W ................. 3:40 EI 521
ML 182 5 2 T..............7:40- 9:30 EI 512
Th ............ 7:40-10:30 EI 512
ML 182 6 2 T.............. 9:40-12:30 EI 512
Th........... 10:40-12:30 EI 512
ML 182 7 2 TTh.......... 12:40- 2:30 EI 522
T.................. 2:40 EI 522
ML 182 8 2 MW...........8:40-10:30 EI 518
F...................8:40 EI 518
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ML 182 9 2 MW .......... 10:40-12:30 El 518 ...................... Descriptive Geometry
F..................10:40 El 518
ML 182 10 2 T.............. 7:40- 9:30 El 518
Th ........... .7:40-10:30 El 518
ML 182 11 2 T............. 9:40-12:30 EI 518
Th ........... 10:40-12:30 EI 518
ML 182 12 2 MW ...........8:40-10:30 EI 522
F...................8:40 EI 522
ML 182 13 2 MW .......... 10:40-12:30 EI 522
F..................10:40 EI 522
ML 182 14 2 T..............7:40- 9:30 EI 522
Th............7:40-10:30 EI 522
ML 182 15 2 T.............. 9:40-12:30 EI 522
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ML 281 1 3 MW. .............. 1:40 EI 521 .......................... Elementary Design
M .............2:40- 5:30 EI 518
ML 281 2 3 TTh ................1:40 EI 521
T......... ... 2:40- 5:30 EI 518
ML 282 1 3 TTh................ 9:40 EI 440 ....................... .. Mechanisms and Kinematics
W ............ .2:40- 5:30 EI 518
ML 282 2 3 TTh............... 10:40 EI 440
F........ ... 2:40- 5:30 EI 518
ML 282 3 3 TTh................8:40 EI 440
S.............. 9:40-12:30 EI 518
ML 381 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 EI 521 .........................Elementary Heat Power
Students taking ML-384 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
ML 384 1 3 TTh................ 8:40 EI 328 .......................... Metallography and Heat Treat-
ML 384 11 M..............2:40-5:30 EI 550 ment
ML 384 12 T............... 2:40-5:30 EI 550
ML 385 1 3 MWF...............8:40 EI 521 .......................... Thermodynamics I
ML 385 2 3 TThS ...............8:40 EI 521
ML 386 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 EI 440 ......................... Power Engineering
ML 387 1 1 M............. 2:40- 5:30 WA 103 ......................... Mechanical Laboratory
ML 387 2 1 W ............. 2:40- 5:30 WA 103
n ML 387 3 1 S............. 9:40-12:30 WA 103
S Students taking ML-388 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
M L 388 1 1 W .................. 1:40 EI 440 ....................... . Mechanical Laboratory
ML 388 2 1 S................... 8:40 EI 440
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ML 388 11 W............2:40- 5:30 WA 103
ML 388 12 S.............. 9:40-12:30 WA 103
ML 390 ... 3 MWF...............9:40 El 440 ..........................Thermodynamics 11
M L 473 ... 1 F ................... 1:40 EI 521 ....................... Seminar
M L 474 ... 1 F ................ 1:40 EI 440 ....................... Seminar
M L 481 ... 3 TThS............... 8:40 EI 334 ........................ Internal Combustion
ML 482 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 EI 440 ......................... Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Students taking ML-483 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
ML 483 1 1 T ..................1:40 WA 103 .......................Mechanical Laboratory
ML 483 11 T ............... 2:40-5:30 WA 103
ML 483 12 F...............2:40-5:30 WA 103
Students taking ML-484 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
ML 484 1 1 M................. 1:40 EI 440 ......................Mechanical Laboratory
ML 484 11 M..............2:40-5:30 WA 103
ML 484 12 W..............2:40-5:30 WA 103
Students taking ML-489 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
ML 489 1 3 TTh .............. 11:40 EI 328 ..........................Manufacturing Operations
ML 489 11 M.............. 2:40-5:30 F 103
ML 489 12 W............2:40-5:30 F 103
ML 489 13 F...............2:40-5:30 F 103
Students taking ML-490 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
ML 490 1 3 TTh .............. 11:40 EI 440 ............ ............ Manufacturing Operations
ML 490 11 M..............2:40-5:30 BA 103
ML 490 12 T ................2:40-5:30 BA 103
ML 490 13 F...............2:40-5:30 BA 103
ML 491 ... 4 MWF..............9:40 EI 521 ......................Machine Design I
W............. 2:40-5:30 EI 522
ML 492 ... 3 TTh................9:40 EI 521 .......................Machine Design II
To arrange. ..... 2:40-5:30 EI 522
ML 582 ... 3 TThS............ 11:40 EI 411 .........................Advanced Machine Design
ML 584 ... 3 To arrange. ............. ... ... ...........................Mechanical Research
ML 587 ... 3 MWF.............11:40 EI 409 ..........................Advanced Refrigeration
ML 589 ... 3 To arrange .............. ... ... ......................Advanced Mechanical Laboratory
ML 591 ... 3 TThS............ 10:40 EI 409 ........................Gas Turbines and Jet Engines





METEOROLOGY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

MTY 101 1 3 TTh............... 9:40 BN 201 Bunting, D................ General Meteorology
F.................. 12:40 BN 203
MTY 101 2 3 TTh ............... 10:40 BN 201 Bunting, D................ General Meteorology
F................. 12:40 BN 203

MILITARY SCIENCE
AIR FORCE ROTC
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


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9 Cox, W. C............... First Year Basic Air Force ROTC
11 Pemberton, J. H.
9 Cox, W. C.
11 Pemberton, J. H.
9 Wood, S. R.
11 Moorhead, E. H.
11 Hendrix, W. H.
11 Hendrix, W. H.
9 Cox, W. C.
11 Moorhead, E. H.
9 Wood, S. R.
11 Moorhead, E. H.
9 Wood, S. R.
11 Hendrix, W. H.
11 Hendrix W. H.
9 Wood, R. R.
11 Moorhead, E. H............ First Year Basic Air Force ROTC
9 Wood, S. R.
11 Moorhead, E. H.
9 Pemberton, J. H.
11 Pemberton, J. H.
11 Cox, W. C.
11 Cox, W. C.
9 Pemberton, J. H.
13 Gillon, 0. G .............. Second Year Basic Air Force ROTC
11 Domonousky, E. P.
13 Gillon, O. G.


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MI 11 Domonousky, E. P.
MI 13 Gillon, O. G.
MI 13 Maynard, J. W.
MI 13 Maynard, J. W.
MI 13 Domonousky, E. P.
MI 13 Domonousky, E. P.
MI 13 Maynard, J. W.
MI 13 Maynard, J. W............. Second Year Basic Air Force ROTC
MI 13 Gillon, 0. G.
MI 13 Gillon, O. G.
MI 13 Gillon, O. G.
MI 13 Maynard, J. W.
MI 13 Maynard, J. W.
MI 13 Domonousky, E. P.
MI 13 Domonousky, E. P.
MI 208 Roberts, J. B............... Third Year Air Force ROTC
MI 208 Roberts, J. B............... Administration and Logistics
MI 208 Roberts, J. B.
MI 9 Harper, C. F............... Third Year Air Force ROTC,
Air Installations
MI 210 Baker, W. F............... Third Year Air Force ROTC,
MI 210 Baker, W. F. Flight Operations
MI 210 Baker, W. F.
MI 214 Harley, J. H............... Third Year Air Force ROTC,
General Technical
MI 208 Rountree, S................ Fourth Year Air Force ROTC,
MI 208 Rountree, S. Administration and Logistics
MI 208 Rountree, S.
MI 208 Rountree S.
MI 9 Harper, C. F............... Fourth Year Air Force ROTC,
MI 9 Harper, C. F. Air Installations
MI 210 Little, S. H................ Fourth Year Air Force ROTC,
MI 210 Little, S. H. Flight Operations
MI 210 Little, S. H.
MI 214 Harley, J. H.............. Fourth Year Air Force ROTC,
MI 214 Harley, J. H. General Technical






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ARMY ROTC


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" MAR 302 4 2 MTWTh ........... 11:40 MI 107
MAR 302 5 2 MTWTh........... 12:40 MI 107
MAR 302 6 2 MTWTh .......... 12:40 MI 109
MAR 402 1 2 MTWTh............ 7:40 MI 109 ......................... Second Year Advanced-Infantry
MAR 402 2 2 MTWTh........... 1:40 MI 109
MAR 404 1 2 MTWTh............ 7:40 MI 107 ..........................Second Year Advanced-Artillery
MAR 404 2 2 MTWTh............ 1:40 MI 107
MAR 406 1 2 MTWTh ............ 7:40 MI 112 ..........................Second Year Advanced-Trans-
MAR 406 2 2 MTWTh ............ 1:40 MI 112 portation Corps

MUSIC
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

MSC 21 .. 1 To arrange .............. R .. .................... Piano Class
MSC 25 .. 1 To arrange ............. R .. ..................... Voice Class
M SC 27 ... 1 To arrange .............. R .. ..........................String Class
MSC 35 ... 1 To arrange .............. R .. ................... Woodwind Class
MSC 43 ... 1 To arrange .............. R ................. BrassClass
MSC 51 ... 1 To arrange. .............. R ... .. .................... Percussion Class
All Applied Music Courses as outlined in the University of Florida General Catalogue will be offered during the Second Semester, 1952-53.
MSC 100 ... 3 MTWThF.......... 10:40 R 202 Golz, W. A................ Fundamentals of Music
MSC 102 1 3 MTWThF.......... 9:40 R 202 Wirtala, A. E.............. Theory of Music
MSC 102 2 3 MTWThF.......... 11:40 R. 202 Wirtala, A. E.............. Theory of Music
MSC 123 ... 2 To arrange ............. R .................... Organ
MSC 160 1 3 MWF.............. 8:40 R 201 Paul, O. F................. Music Skills
MSC 160 2 3 MWF...............9:40 R 201 Paul, O. F................Music Skills
MSC 161 ... 3 S.............. 9:40-12:30 R 201 Paul, O. F................. Music for the Elementary Child
MSC 170 ... 1 M.................. 7:30PM R 144 Preodor, E................ .University Orchestra
Th.................. 4:40PM R 144 Preodor, E.............. .. University Orchestra
MSC 171 1 1 T............. ..... 7:30PM R 122 Beecher, A. A..............Choral Union
MSC 171 2 1 T .................. 7:30PM R 144 Lupkiewicz, J. V........... Choral Union
MSC 172 ... 1 MWF.............. 4:40 R 122 Lupkiewicz, J. V............ Men's Glee Club
MSC 173 ... 1 MWF ...............3:40 R 122 Sterrett, D. E.............. Women's Glee Club
MSC 174 1 1 MTW .............. .4:40 R 144 Bachman, H. B............. University Band
MSC 174 2 1 MWF .............. 1:40 R 144 Poole, R.
MSC 175 .. 1 TTh............... 4:40 R 122 Lupkiewicz, J. V............ Choral Ensemble
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MUSIC-Continued
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MSC 176 ... 1 TTh. ............. 9:40 R 144 Bolles, R. S................ Woodwind Ensemble
MSC 177 ... 1 TTh ............... 10:40 R 144 Preodor, E................. String Ensemble
MSC 178 .. 1 TTh................ 8:40 R 144 Bachman, H B............. Brass Ensemble
MSC 179 ... 1 TTh ............. 10:40 R 113 Lawrenson, R. E............ Piano Ensemble
MSC 202 4 MTWThF. ......... 8:40 R 202 Danburg, R. L............. Theory of Music
MSC 210 1 2 MWF............. 10:40 R 201 Murphree, C. L............ Music Appreciation
MSC 210 2 2 MWF.............. 2:40 R 201 Murphree, C. L............ Music Appreciation
MSC 262 ... 2 TTh................9:40 R 201 Sterrett, D. E.............. Community Music
MSC 312 ... 2 TTh ................8:40 R 201 Murphree, C. L............. Pre-Classic Literature
MSC 360 ... 3 MWF............... 1:40 R 201 Paul, O. F................. Music Education in the Secondary
School
MSC 364 ... 3 S.......... 9:40-12:30 R 101 Schmidt, D. T.............. Projects and Problems in Music
Education
MSC 413 2 TTh............... 11:40 R 201 Poole, R................... Survey of Music History
MSC 460 3 MWF.............. 8:40 R 144 Bachman, H. B............. Band Materials Laboratory


PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

PCY 512 ... 3 To arrange. ..... ...... ... ... Gramling, L. G............ Synthetic Medicinal Products
PCY 514 ... 2 To arrange ............ ... ... Gramling, L. G........... Synthetic Medicinal Products
PCY 522 3 To arrange ................ .. ... Lauter, W. M.............. Natural Medicinal Products
PCY 524 2 To arrange .............. ... ... Lauter, W. M.............. Natural Medicinal Products


PHARMACOGNOSY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


3 M W ............. .. 9:40
F............. 1:40-4:30


LE 432 Johnson, C. H.............. Practical Pharmacognosy
LE 314


Students taking PGY-222 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
PGY 222 1 3 MW............... 7:40 LE 207 Johnson, C. H.............. Practical Pharmacognosy
PGY 222 11 M........ ...... 1:40-4:30 LE 314
PGY 222 12 T...............1:40-4:30 LE 314
PGY 504 . 2 To arrange .............. ... .. ............ . . Cultivation of Medicinal Plants


PGY 221






PHARMACOLOGY


Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course T

PLY 363 ... 5 MWF .............. 10:40 LE 432 Freyburger, S. W ........... Applied Physio
TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 LE 314
Students taking PLY-364 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
PLY 364 1 6 MWThF..........12:40 SC 101 Fox, L. E ................ Pharmacology
PLY 364 11 M..............1:40-5:30 LE 448
PLY 364 12 T............... 1:40-5:30 LE 448
PLY 364 13 W.............. 1:40-5:30 LE 448
PLY 364 14 F.............. 1:40-5:30 LE 448
PLY 451 ... 3 MWF............... 2:40 LE 324 Fox, L. E............. ... .Principles of Bi
PLY 452 ... 3 MWF. ..............8:40 LE 432 Voss, E. .................. Principles of Bi
PLY 455 ... 3 MF ................ 3:40 LE 324 Gramling, L. G............. New Remedies
W .............. 3:40-5:30 LE 314
Students taking PLY-456 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
PLY 456 1 3 MW ............... 11:40 SC 101 Gramling, L. G............. New Remedies
PLY 456 11 M ............. 7:40-9:30 LE 314
PLY 456 12 Th ............. 1:40-3:30 LE 314
PLY 521 .. 4 To arrange .......... Voss, E.......... ........ Mammalian Hi
PLY 530 . 5 MW................ 9:40 LE 402 Fox. L. E.................... Secial Problen


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PHARMACY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


PHY 106
PHY 106
PHY 106
PHY 211

PHY 223


Students taking P1
PHY 224
PHY 224
PHY 224
PHY 224
PHY 224


1 2 MW ............... 8:40 LE 324 Feurt, S. D............... Pharmaceutical Calc
2 2 MW............... 11:40 LE 324 Feurt, S. D.
3 2 FS..................8:40 LE 324 Feurt, S. D.
5 TThS............... 8:40 LE 432 Hamner, M. E............. Inorganic Pharmacy
M ..............1:40-5:30 LE 306
3 TTh ..............10:40 LE 432 Hamner, M. E............. Galenical Pharmacy
W...............1:40-4:30 LE 306
HY-224 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
1 3 MW ............... 11:40 LE 432 Hamner, M. E ............ Galenical Pharmacy
2 3 TTh............... 9:40 LE 207 Hamner, M. E.
11 T............ 1:40-4:30 LE 306
12 Th ............. 1:40-4:30 LE 306
13 F............... 1:40-4:30 LE 306
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PHARMACY-Continued
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students taking PHY-353 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
PHY 353 1 5 MWF. .............. 9:40 LE 207 Gramling, L. G............. Organic and Analytical Pharmacy
PHY 353 11 W........... 1:40-5:30 LE 322
PHY 353 12 Th ............. 1:40-5:30 LE 322
PHY 353 13 F............... 1:40-5:30 LE 322
PHY 354 ... 5 MWF.............. 8:40 LE 118 Foote, P. A................ Organic and Analytical Pharmacy
T............ 1:40-5:30 LE 322
PHY 361 ... 4 TTh .............. 9:40 LE 324 Husa, W. J................ Prescriptions and Dispensing
MW...........9:40-11:30 LE 306
Students taking PHY-362 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
PHY 362 1 4 MW ............... 9:40 LE 324 Husa, W. J................ Prescriptions and Dispensing
PHY 362 2 4 MW .............. 10:40 LE 324 Husa, W. J.
PHY 362 11 TTh..........8:40-10:30 LE 306
PHY 362 12 TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 LE 306
PHY 372 1 4 MWFS.............10:40 LE 212 Duckworth, F. A........... Commercial Pharmacy
PHY 372 2 4 MFS............... 11:40 LE 118 Duckworth, F. A .......... Commercial Pharmacy
PHY 381 ... 2 MW................ 1:40 LE 324 Duckworth, F. A .......... Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
PHY 402 1 2 WF................. 7:40 LE 324 Duckworth, F. A .......... Pharmaceutical Arithmetic
PHY 402 2 2 TTh ............... 10:40 LE 324 Duckworth, F. A.
Students taking PHY-432 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
PHY 432 1 3 F .................. 11:40 SC 101 Lauter, W. M........ ...... Advanced Drug Analysis
PHY 432 11 TTh ........... 7:40-10:30 LE 322
PHY 432 12 FS............. 8:40-11:30 LE 322
PHY 441 ... 2 T.............. 1:40-5:30 LE 418 Becker, C. H..... ........ Manufacturing Pharmacy
PHY 545 ... 4 TTh................ 9:40 LE 432 Becker, C. H .............. Pharmaceutical Formulations
W............. 1:40-5:30 LE 418


PHILOSOPHY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


PPY 201
PPY 201
PPY 312
PPY 324


MWF .............. 12:40 AN 104 Bartlett, G. R.............. Problems of Philosophy
MWF............... 8:40 AN 104 Oliver, J. W.
TH............ 7:00-9:30PM AN 115 Oliver, J. W................ History of Philosophy-Modern
MWF ............. 10:40 AN 104 Conner, F. W .... .... Aesthetics
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PPY 420 ... 3 MWF............. .9:40 AN 104 Bartlett, G. R ... ....... Semantics
PPY 502 ... 3 To arrange .............. LI 407 Bartlett, G. R............. Seminar in Problems of Value
PPY 510 ... 3 MWF.............. 11:40 AN 104 Oliver, J. W................ Mathematical Logic
PPY 530 .. To arrange .............. ... Bartlett, G. R., and
Oliver, J. W............. Individual Work

PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH AND ATHLETICS
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1 MTWThF...........8:40
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1 MTWThF.......... 10:40

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FG 210 Faulds, B..................Folk, Social, and Tap Dance
FG 208 Hicks, D ................. Personal Hygiene
FG 206 Crowsen, B................ Aquatics and Gymnastics for Wo-
men
FG 210 Millar, J .................. Individual, Dual, and Team Sports
for Women
FG 208 Faulds, B.................. Dance Activities
FG 222 Cherry, H.S............. Football
FG 206 McCachren, J.............. Basketball
FG 210 Beard, P., and Fuller, D.....Track and Baseball
FG 206 Boyd, C. A............... Team Games for Men
FG 206 Leilich, R., Potter, W., and
Rehling, C............... Individual and Dual Sports for
Men
FG 210 Ryan, J................. Aquatics for Men
FG 222 Harlan, W., and Lee, P. A... Gymnastics and Combatives for
Men
FG 222 Burnett, T........ ..... Tennis for Women
FG 206 Edmondson, C............. Coaching and Officiating for Wo-
men
FG 206 Staton, W. M.............. Applied Anatomy and Physiology
FG 224 Leilich, R. E ............... Camp Programs and Counselor
Training
FG 206 Leilich, R. E .............. Social Recreation
FG 210 Leilich, R. E.............. Conduct of Playgrounds and In-
door Centers


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PHA 332 ... 2 TTh......... 10:40-12:30 FG 224 Boyd, C. A................ Skill Techniques for Men
PHA 361 1 3 MWF.............. 10:40 FG 208 Hicks, D.................. Elementary School Health Pro-
PHA 361 2 3 MWF.............. 11:40 FG 224 Staton, W. M. gram
PHA 361 3 3 MWF...............2:40 FG 208 Staton, W. M.
PHA 363 ... 3 MWF............ 10:40 FG 224 Stevens, B. K... ..........Teaching Physical Education in
Laboratory to arrange. the Secondary School
PHA 369 ... 2 TTh ............... 11:40 FG 208 Hicks, D.................. School Safety Education
PHA 373 1 3 MW ........... 12:40-2:30 FG 208 Hicks, D................... Teaching Physical Education in
the Elementary School
PHA 373 2 3 TTh.......... 10:40-12:30 FG 222 Pye, R. L.
PHA 373 3 3 TTh...........12:40-2:30 FG 208 Pye, R. L.
PHA 375 ... 2 TTh ............... 12:40 FG 210 Crawford, W. H............ Adapted Physical Education
Laboratory to arrange.
PHA 376 ... 2 MWF .............. 11:40 FG 210 Ayers and Staff ............ First Aid and Injuries
PHA 391 ... 3 MWF ............. 10:40 FG 206 Salt, E. B.................. Principles of Physical Education
PHA 421 ... 3 TTh.......... 8:40-10:30 FG 224 McGriff, J................. Driver Education and Traffic
Safety
PHA 441 ... 3 MWF.............. 11:40 FG 222 Crawford, W. H.......... .Administration of Physical Edu-
cation and Athletics
PHA 449 ... 15 MTWThF .....To arrange FG 303 Leilich, R. E.............. Operation of Recreation Programs
PHA 501 ... 3 M............. .7:00-9:30pM FG 208 Salt, E. B................. Interpretations of Physical Edu-
cation
PHA 505 ... 3 Th........... .. 7:00-9:30PM FG 206 Staton, W. M.............. Research Methods in Physical
Education
PHA 533 ... 3 T .............. 7:00-9:30PM FG 206 Boyd, C. A................ Problems in Physical Education

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TTh...........9:40-11:30 FG
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MW .......... 8:40-10:30 FG ... ............. .. ...... .Physical Education for men who
MW ........... 9:40-11:30 FG ... have had one semester of Phys-
MW .......... 10:40-12:30 FG ical Education in college.
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MW .......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
MW........... 1:40- 3:30 FG
MW ...........2:40- 4:30 FG
TTh .......... .8:40-10:30 FG
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TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
TF .......... 1:40- 3:30 FG
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MW .......... .3:40- 5:30 FG ... (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
TF ............ 3:40- 5:30 FG ... (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
To arrange: For attendance if cannot fit above sections-any combination with day in between.
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MW........... 8:40-10:30 FG .. ....................... Physical Education for men who
MW ...........9:40-11:30 FG have had two semesters of
MW. ......... 10:40-12:30 FG Physical Education in college.
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PL 104 1 MW ......... 8:40-10:30 FG .. ................. ...... Physical Education for men who
PL 104 2 MW. ......... 9:40-11:30 FG have had three semesters of
PL 104 3 MW. ......... 10:40-12:30 FG Physical Education in college.
PL 104 4 MW .......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 104 5 MW .......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 104 6 MW .......... 1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 104 7 MW...........2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 104 8 TTh........... 8:40-10:30 FG
PL 104 9 TTh ........... 9:40-11:30 FG
PL 104 10 TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 FG
PL 104 11 TTh.......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 104 12 TTh ......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 104 13 TF ............ 1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 104 14 TF ............2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 104 15 MW .......... .3:40- 5:30 FG ... (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 104 16 TF ............ 3:40- 5:30 FG ... (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 104 17 To arrange: For attendance if cannot fit above sections-any combination with day in between.
PL 104 18 Elective
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PL 105 1 MW .. ..... .. 8:40-10:30 FG .. ........................ .Physical Education for men who
PL 105 2 MW .......... 9:40-11:30 FG have had four semesters of
PL 105 3 MW .......... 10:40-12:30 FG Physical Education in college.
PL 105 4 MW .......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 105 5 MW .......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 105 6 MW............ 1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 105 7 MW...........2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 105 8 TTh .......... .8:40-10:30 FG
PL 105 9 TTh ........... 9:40-11:30 FG
PL 105 10 TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 FG
PL 105 11 TTh. ........ 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 105 12 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 105 13 TF ........... .1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 105 14 TF ....... .... 2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 105 15 MW .......... .3:40- 5:30 FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
F PL 105 16 TF ............ 3:40- 5:30 FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
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PL 106 1 MW.......... 8:40-10:30 FG ... ......................... Physical Education for men who
PL 106 2 MW...........9:40-11:30 FG have had five semesters of
PL 106 3 MW ......... 10:40-12:30 FG Physical Education in college.
PL 106 4 MW...........11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 106 5 MW........... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 106 6 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 106 7 MW............2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 106 8 TTh........... 8:40-10:30 FG
PL 106 9 TTh...........9:40-11:30 FG
PL 106 10 TTh..........10:40-12:30 FG
PL 106 11 TTh.......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 106 12 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 106 13 TF ............1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 106 14 TF ............2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 106 15 MW ...........3:40- 5:30 FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 106 16 TF ............3:40- 5:30 FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 106 17 To arrange: For attendance if cannot fit above sections-any combination with day in between.
PL 106 18 Elective
Student must select one section.
PL 107 1 MW .......... 8:40-10:30 FG ... ...................... Physical Education for men who
PL 107 2 MW ........... 9:40-11:30 FG have had six semesters of
PL 107 3 MW ......... 10:40-12:30 FG Physical Education in college.
PL 107 4 MW. ......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 107 5 MW. ......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 107 6 MW............1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 107 7 MW...........2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 107 8 TTh .......... 8:40-10:30 FG
PL 107 9 TTh........... 9:40-11:30 FG
PL 107 10 TTh.......... 10:40-12:30 FG
PL 107 11 TTh.......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 107 12 TTh ..........12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 107 13 TF ............1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 107 14 TF ............2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 107 15 MW ...........3:40- 5:30 FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 107 16 TF ............3:40- 5:30 FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 107 17 To arrange: For attendance if cannot fit above sections-any combination with day in between.
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PL 108 1 MW ...........8:40-10:30 FG ........................Physical Education for men who
PL 108 2 MW...........9:40-11:30 FG have had seven semesters of
PL 108 3 MW.......... 10:40-12:30 FG Physical Education in college.
PL 108 4 MW...........11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 108 5 MW..........12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 108 6 MW............ 1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 108 7 MW...........2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 108 8 TTh.......... 8:40-10:30 FG
PL 108 9 TTh........... 9:40-11:30 FG
PL 108 10 TTh.......... 10:40-12:30 FG
PL 108 11 TTh.......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
PL 108 12 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 FG
PL 108 13 TF............ 1:40- 3:30 FG
PL 108 14 TF............2:40- 4:30 FG
PL 108 15 MW...........3:40- 5:30 FG ... (pen only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 108 16 TF............ 3:40- 5:30 FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts students)
PL 108 17 To arrange: For attendance if cannot fit above sections-any combination with day in between.
PL 108 18 Elective
PL 151 1 MW........... 8:40-10:30 WG .......................Physical Education for Women
PL 151 2 MW.......... 8:40-10:30 WG who have had no Physical Edu-
PL 151 3 MW........... 8:40-10:30 WG cation in College
PL 151 4 MW...........9:40-11:30 WG
PL 151 5 MW........... 9:40-11:30 WG
PL 151 6 MW......... .10:40-12:30 WG
PL 151 7 MW......... 10:40-12:30 WG
PL 151 8 MW..........11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 151 9 MW...........11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 151 10 MW..........11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 151 11 MW..........11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 151 12 MW..........11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 151 13 MW.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 151 14 MW.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 151 15 MW.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 151 16 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
SPL 151 17 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 151 18 MW...........1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 151 19 MW............ 1:40- 3:30 WG
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26 TTh ........... 8:40-10:30 WG
27 TTh........... 8:40-10:30 WG
28 TTh ........... 9:40-11:30 WG
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37 TTh .......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
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39 TTh .......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
40 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
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42 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
43 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
44 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
45 TTh ........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
46 TTh ........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
47 TF............ 1:40- 3:30 WG
48 TTh ........... 2:40- 4:30
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3 MW........... 8:40-10:30 WG
4 MW .. ..... .9:40-11:30 WG
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PL 152 11 MW.......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 152 12 MW. ......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 152 13 MW.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 14 MW. ......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 15 MW. ......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 16 MW. .......... 1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 152 17 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 152 18 MW. .......... 1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 152 19 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 152 20 MW. ..........2:40- 4:30 WG
PL 152 21 MW ........... 2:40- 4:30 WG
PL 152 22 MW .......... .2:40- 4:30 WG
PL 152 23 MW...........3:40- 5:30 WG
PL 152 24 WF........... 10:40-12:30 WH
PL 152 25 WF........... 10:40-12:30 WG
PL 152 26 TTh ........ .. 8:40-10:30 WG
PL 152 27 TTh .......... 8:40-10:30 WG
PL 152 28 TTh...........9:40-11:30 WG
PL 152 29 TTh........... 9:40-11:30 WG
PL 152 30 TTh........... 9:40-11:30 WG
PL 152 31 TTh.......... 9:40-11:30 WG
PL 152 32 TTh ........... 9:40-11:30 WG
PL 152 33 TTh.......... 10:40-12:30 WG
PL 152 34 TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 WG
PL 152 35 TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 WG
PL 152 36 TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 WG
PL 152 37 TTh .......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 152 38 TTh .......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 152 39 TTh .......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
PL 152 40 TTh ......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 41 TTh .......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 42 TTh.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 43 TTh.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 44 TTh.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
PL 152 45 TTh........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 152 46 TTh........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
SPL 152 47 TF ............ 1:40- 3:30 WG
PL 152 48 TTh. .......... 2:40- 4:30 WG
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4 MW...........9:40-11:30 WG
5 MW...........9:40-11:30 WG
6 MW......... 10:40-12:30 WG
7 MW.......... 10:40-12:30 WG
8 MW.......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
9 MW.......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
10 MW..........1:40- 1:30 WG
11 MW.........11:40- 1:30 WG
12 MW.......... 11:40- 1:30 WG
13 MW.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
14 MW.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
15 MW........... 12:40- 2:30 WG
16 MW..........1:40- 3:30 WG
17 MW...........1:40- 3:30 WG
18 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
19 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
20 MW............2:40- 4:30 WG
21 MW........... 2:40- 4:30 WG
22 MW...........2:40- 4:30 WG
23 MW............3:40- 5:30 WG
24 WF........ 10:40-12:30 WG
25 WF .......... 10:40-12:30 WG
26 TTh ...........8:40-10:30 WG
27 TTh........... 8:40-10:30 WG
28 TTh ........... 9:40-11:30 WG
29 TTh.......... 9:40-11:30 WG
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31 TTh.......... 9:40-11:30 WG
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36 TTh.......... 10:40-12:30 WG
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44 TTh.......... 12:40- 2:30 WG
45 TTh........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
46 TTh........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
47 TF............ 1:40- 3:30 WG
48 TTh ...........2:40- 4:30 WG
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16 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
17 MW........... 1:40- 3:30 WG
18 MW............ 1:40- 3:30 WG
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20 MW............2:40- 4:30 WG
21 MW............2:40- 4:30 WG
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PS 100 ... 3 MWF ............. .9:40 BN 201 Knowles,tH. L.............. Principles of Modern Physics
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through 122).
PS 201 1 T.................. 11:40 BN 203 ................... ...... General Physics
PS 201 2 T................ 1:40 BN 203
PS 201 11 4 MWF............... 7:40 BN 201
PS 201 12 4 MWF .............. 10:40 BN 201
PS 201 111 M............ 1:40- 4:30 BN 306 Teller, M. H.
PS 201 112 T............ .7:40-10:30 BN 306
PS 201 113 T........... 10:40- 1:30 BN 306
PS 201 114 T..............1:40- 4:30 BN 306
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PS 201 119 Th...........10:40- 1:30 BN 306
PS 201 120 F.............. 7:40-10:30 BN 306
PS 201 121 F........... 10:40- 1:30 BN 306
PS 201 122 F............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 306
Students registering for PS-202 register for one demonstration (Sections 1 through 3), one discussion (Sections 11-13), and one laboratory (Sections
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PS 202 1 Th................. 10:40 BN 203 ...................... General Physics
PS 202 2 Th................. 11:40 BN 203
PS 202 3 Th................ 1:40 BN 203
PS 202 11 4 MWF...............9:40 BN 210
PS 202 12 4 MWF.............. 12:40 BN 201
PS 202 13 4 MWF...............2:40 BN 201
PS 202 111 M............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 303 Teller, M. H.
PS 202 112 M............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 304
PS 202 113 M............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 305
PS 202 114 T.............. 7:40-10:30 BN 303
PS 202 115 T........... 10:40- 1:30 BN 303
PS 202 116 T............ 1:40- 4:30 BN 303
PS 202 117 T........... 1:40- 4:30 BN 304
PS 202 118 T............ 1:40- 4:30 BN 305
PS 202 119 W............ 7:40-10:30 BN 303
PS 202 120 W............ 10:40- 1:30 BN 303
PS 202 121 W............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 303
PS 202 122 W............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 304
PS 202 123 W............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 305
PS 202 124 Th............. 7:40-10:30 BN 303
PS 202 125 Th............ 10:40- 1:30 BN 303
PS 202 126 F.... ...... 7:40-10:30 BN 303
PS 202 127 F. ......... 10:40- 1:30 BN 303
PS 202 128 F.............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 303
PS 202 129 F ............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 304
PS 202 130 F............ 1:40- 4:30 BN 305
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PS 205 2 T ..................1:40 BN 203
PS 205 11 4 MWF...............7:40 BN 209
PS 205 12 4 MWF............. 11:40 BN 201
PS 205 13 4 MWF............... 1:40 BN 209
PS 205 111 M ............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 306 Teller, M. H.
PS 205 112 T..............7:40-10:30 BN 306
PS 205 113 T............ 10:40- 1:30 BN 306
PS 205 114 T...........1:40- 4:30 BN 306
PS 205 115 W.............7:40-10:30 BN 306
PS 205 116 W............ 10:40- 1:30 BN 306
PS 205 117 W........... 1:40- 4:30 BN 306
PS 205 118 Th........... 7:40-10:30 BN 306
PS 205 119 Th............10:40- 1:30 BN 306
PS 205 120 F..............7:40-10:30 BN 306
PS 205 121 F............ 10:40- 1:30 BN 306
PS 205 122 F............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 306
Students registering for PS-206 register for one demonstration (Sections 1 through 3), one discussion (Sections 11 through 17), and one laboratory
(Sections 111 through 130).
PS 206 1 Th................. 10:40 BN 203 .......................... General Physics for Engineers
PS 206 2 Th................ 11:40 BN 203
PS 206 3 Th................ 1:40 BN 203
PS 206 11 4 MWF............... 7:40 BN 210
PS 206 12 4 MWF.............. .8:40 BN 210
PS 206 13 4 MWF.............. 10:40 BN 210
PS 206 14 4 MWF.............. 11:40 BN 210
PS 206 15 4 MWF..............12:40 BN 210
PS 206 16 4 MWF............... 1:40 BN 210
PS 206 17 4 MWF...............2:40 BN 210
PS 206 111 M............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 303 Teller, M. H.
PS 206 112 M............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 304
PS 206 113 M.............1:40- 4:30 BN 305
PS 206 114 T..............7:40-10:30 BN 303
PS 206 115 T.............10:40- 1:30 BN 303
PS 206 116 T............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 303
PS 206 117 T.............. 1:40- 4:30 BN 304
PS 206 118 T..............1:40- 4:30 BN 305
PS 206 119 W............. 7:40-10:30 BN 303
PS 206 120 W............ 10:40- 1:30 BN 303
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PS 206 121 W............. 1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 206 122 W............. 1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 206 123 W............ 1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 206 124 Th............ 7:40-10:30 BN
PS 206 125 Th ........... 10:40- 1:30 BN
PS 206 126 F............. 7:40- 1:30 BN
PS 206 127 F............10:40- 1:30 BN
PS 206 128 F .............. 1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 206 129 F..............1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 206 130 F..............1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 207 ... 1 To arrange .............. BN
PS 208 ... 1 To arrange .............. BN
PS 311 ... 3 MWF.............. 10:40 BN
PS 312 ... 1 T.............. 1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 314 ... 3 TThS ............... 8:40 BN
PS 317 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 BN
PS 401 ... 2 Th ...............1:40 BN
M............1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 430 ... To arrange ..............
PS 502 ... 5 MTWThF .......... 11:40 BN
PS 512 ... 3 TThS .............. 10:40 BN
PS 515 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 BN
PS 519 .. 1 W............ 1:40- 4:30 BN
PS 520 ... 3 TThS ..............9:40 BN
PS 525 ... 3 TThS ...............8:40 BN

PS 530 .. To arrange ............ .


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Teller, M. H............... Physics Laboratory
Teller, M. H............... Physics Laboratory
209 Knowles, H. L.............. Electricity and Magnetism
104 Knowles, H. L.............. Electrical Measurements
210 Poole, L. A................ Advanced General Physics
201 Swanson, D. C............. Nuclear Physics
210 Flowers, J. W.............. Electronic Circuits in Physics
104
.. .......................... Special Topics
209 Williamson, R. C........... Theoretical Physics
209 Gordon, M. M ............. Quantum Mechanics
104 Hanson, H. P.............. Physics of the Solid State
104 Swanson, D. C............. Nuclear Laboratory
210 Smith, A. G................ Theory of Optical Spectra
209 Swanson, D. C............. Experimental Foundations of Nu-
clear Physics
.......................... Special Topics


PLANT PATHOLOGY


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Instructor


Course Title


PT 325 ... 3 M. .................. 7:40 HT 501 Weber, G. F............... Forest Pathology
TTh. ........ 8:40-10:30 HT 501
PT 422 ... 3 M ................. 10:40 HT 501 Owen, J. H............... Vegetable Diseases
z MW. .......... 1:40-3:30 HT 501
Variable. Credit must be shown on registration blank.
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SPT 423 ... 3 T..................7:40 HT 501 Owen, J. H................ Fruit Diseases
TTh............ 1:40-3:30 HT 501
PT 434 3 F.............. 9:40-12:30 HT 409 Weber, G. F.............. Mycology
F............... 1:40-3:30 HT 409
PT 506 ... 1 To arrange .............. ... ... Muller, A. S............. .. Plant Pathology Literature
PT 508 2 To arrange ............ Muller, A. S......... ... Plant Disease Collections
PT 509 .. 3 T................... 9:40 HT 409 Owen, J. H...... ......... Methods in Plant Pathology
TTh ............ 3:40-5:30 HT 409
PT 523 ... To arrange .............. ... .. Owen, J. H................ Advanced Plant Pathology
PT 535 ... 3 W................ 10:40 HT 501 Weber, G. F............... Virus Diseases of Plants
TTh .......... 10:40-12:30 HT 409
PT 555 ... 1 F.................. 3:40 HT 409 Weber, G. F.............. Seminar
PT 570 ... To arrange .............. ... ... Owen, J. H................ Research in Plant Pathology

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

Students registering for PCL-201 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one discussion (Section 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, or 16).
PCL 201 1 3 TTh .............. 10:40 PE 205 Bartley, E. R.............. American Federal Government
PCL 201 2 3 TTh ............... 11:40 PE 205 Bartley, E. R.
PCL 201 11 M.................2:40 PE 202
PCL 201 12 W..................2:40 PE 202
PCL 201 13 F ...................2:40 PE 202
PCL 201 14 M ..................8:40 PE 202
PCL 201 15 M................. 1:40 PE 202
PCL 201 16 F............... 1:40 PE 202
Students registering for PCL-202-1, also register for one discussion (2 digit number). Those registering for PCL-202-2 take no discussion section.
PCL 202 1 3 TTh .............. 12:40 PE 205 Dovell, J. E................. American State and Local Govern-
PCL 202 11 W .............. .. 8:40 PE 202 ment
PCL 202 12 F...................8:40 PE 202
PCL 202 13 W................. 1:40 PE 202
PCL 202 2 3 M ..............7:00-9:30PM PE 202 Baker, J. W.
PCL 204 ... 3 T............... ... 8:40 PE 202 Wolff, G. E................ Elements of Political Science
TTh............... 9:40 PE 202

Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on the registration blank.
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PCL 209 ... 3 MWF ...............8:40 PE 107 Baker, J. W................ International Relations
PCL 210 1 3 MWF.............. 10:40 PE 107 Hartmann, F. H............ International Relations
PCL 210 2 3 T......... .......7:00-9:30PM PE 202 Koen, R. Y.
PCL 402 ... 3 MWF ............. 10:40 PE 202 Bartley, E. R.............. American Constitutional Law
PCL 404 .. 3 MWF ............... 8:40 PE 201 Svarlien, Oscar............. International Law
PCL 406 ... 3 MWF .............. 9:40 PE 201 Dauer, M. J................ History of Political Theory
PCL 408 ... 3 MWF .............. 10:40 PE 201 Diamant, Alfred.......... Comparative Government
PCL 412 .. 3 MWF.. ............9:40 PE 202 Dovell, J. E... ........City Government and Adminis-
tration
PCL 416 ... 3 MWF.............. 11:40 PE 202 Bartley, E. R.............. Administrative Law
PCL 421 .. 3 MWF............... 1:40 PE 201 Carleton, W. G............. Political Parties
PCL 422 .. 3 MWF.............. 2:40 PE 201 Harrison, J. A.............. Governments in the Far East
PCL 425 .. 3 MWF ............... 2:40 PE 107 Hartmann, F. H............ International Organization
PCL 442 .. 3 MWF.............. 9:40 PE 107 Kantor, H................. Governments of Latin America
PCL 492 ... 3 M ............. 7:30-10:00M AN 115 Staff .................... Masterpieces in the Social Sciences
PCL 526 .. 3 To arrange ............... LI 420 Larsen, W. F........ ....... Seminar in Public Administration
PCL 528 3 M.............. 3:40-5:30PM LI 420 Hartmann, F. H............ Seminar in International Relations
T............... 2:40-4:30PM LI 420 and Organization
PCL 532 ... 3 To arrange .............. LI 420 Kantor, H................ Seminar in Latin American Gov-
ernment
PCL 534 ... 3 To arrange .............. LI 420 Dovell, J. E................ Seminar in State and Local Gov-
ernment
PCL 535 ... 3 To arrange. ............. LI 420 Dauer, M. J................ Seminar in Political Theory
PCL 537 ... 3 To arrange..... ........ LI 420 Diamant, A................ Seminar in Comparative Govern-
ment
PCL 545 ... 3 To arrange .............. LI 420 Carleton, W. G............. Seminar in Political Parties

POULTRY HUSBANDRY
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MW ............... 9:40. FL
T ...... ... .... 1:40-3:30 PO
MW .. ......... 10:40 FL
TTh............. .. 9:40 FL
M .............. 3:40-5:30 PO
To arrange ..............
To arrange ........... .
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104 Driggers, J. C.............. Incubation, Brooding, and Rearing

102 Driggers, J. C.............. Feeding Poultry
102 Mehrhof, N. R............. Poultry Management

Mehrhof, N. R ............ Seminar
Mehrhof, N. R........ ... Problems in Poultry Production
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PSY 201 1 3 MWF................7:40 PE 205 Waters, R. H .............. General Psychology
PSY 201 2 3 MWF........... ... 8:40 PE 205 Waters, R. H.
PSY 201 3 3 MWF.............. 9:40 E 102 Anderson, R. J.
PSY 201 4 3 MWF............. 10:40 E 102
PSY 201 5 3 MWF .............. 11:40 PE 205 Anderson, R. J.
PSY 201 6 3 MWF...............1:40 PE 205 Ricker, F. P.
PSY 201 7 3 TThS .............. 8:40 PE 205 Ricker, F. P.
PSY 202 1 3 MWF.............. 9:40 PE 205 Hinckley, E. D............. Personality Development
PSY 202 2 3 MWF.............. 10:40 PE 205 Hinckley, E. D.
PSY 202 3 3 TThS............... 10:40 E 102 Ricker, F. P.
PSY 206 1 3 MWF............... 2:40 PE 205 .......................... Psychology Applied to Business
PSY 206 2 3 TThS.............. 10:40 PE 202 and Industry
Students taking PSY-211 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
PSY 211 1 3 TTh ................ 1:40 E 102 Wimberly, S. E............. Psychological Measurement
PSY 211 11 T............... 2:40-5:30 E 102 Wimberly, S. E.
PSY 211 12 Th............. 2:40-5:30 E 102 Wimberly, S. E.
Students taking PSY-302 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
PSY 302 1 3 MW............... 1:40 E 102 Horne, E. P.............. Experimental Psychology
PSY 302 11 M............. 2:40-5:30 E 109 Home, E. P.
PSY 302 12 T.............. 2:40-5:30 E 109 Nichols, J. W.
PSY 302 13 W............. 2:40-5:30 E 109 Nichols, J. W.
PSY 302 14 Th.............. 2:40-5:30 E 109 Nichols, J. W.
PSY 308 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 E 102 Home, E. P................ Genetic Psychology
PSY 312 ... 3 MWF ............... 3:40 AD 207 Soper, D. W.............. Psychology of Exceptional Chil-
dren
PSY 318 ... 3 TThS .............. 9:40 E 102 Wunderlich, H............. Psychology of Music
Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.
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PY 514 ... To arrange ............. ... ... Driggers, J. C....... ....... Advanced Poultry Nutrition
PY 517 ... To arrange ............. ... ... Driggers, J. C............. Advanced Poultry Marketing
PY 531 ... 3 To arrange ............. ... ... Mehrhof, N. R............. Advanced Poultry Management
PY 570 ... To arrange ............ ... ... Mehrhof, N. R............. Poultry Research Problems

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PSY 404 ... 3 TTh................ 1:40 PE 205 Rethlingshafer, D...........The Measurement of Personality
T............. 2:40-5:30 PE 205 Rethlingshafer, D.
PSY 409 ... 3 TThS .............. 9:40 E 107 Rethlingshafer, D. ......... Motivation
PSY 410 ... 3 MWF.............. 11:40 E 102 Wunderlich, H............. Abnormal Psychology
PSY 412 ... 3 MWF .............. 2:40 AD 207 Fagin, B .................. Individual and Group Differences
Students taking PSY-416 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
PSY 416 1 3 TTh................ 1:40 E 107 Home, E. P................ Physiological Psychology
PSY 416 11 T...............2:40-5:30 E 107 Home, E. P.
PSY 416 12 Th.............2:40-5:30 E 107 Home, E. P.
PSY 425 ... 3 To arrange .............. ... ... Staff ..................... Individual Work in Experimental
Psychology
PSY 502 ... 3 M ............. 7:00-10:00p E 102 Waters, R. H............... Readings in Experimental Psy-
chology
PSY 505 ... 3 MF............... 10:40 E 107 Anderson, R. J............. Advanced Statistical Methods
W ............ 1:40-5:30 E 107 Anderson, R. J.
PSY 513 ... 3 TThS. ............. 10:40 AD 207 ..........................Specific Clinical Patterns
PSY 518 ... 3 TThS ............... 8:40 E 102 Wunderlich, H............. Gestalt Psychology
PSY 520 .. 3 TTh ............... 10:40 E 107 Rethlingshafer, D........... Advanced Experimental Psycho-
M.............. 2:40-5:30 E 107 Rethlingshafer, D. logy
PSY 521 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 E 107 Waters, R. H. ............Learning
PSY 525 ... 3 To arrange .............. . Staff ......................Research
PSY 532 ... 3 TTh ......... .. 2:40-4:30 AD 207 .............Mental Test Construction
PSY 561 ... 3 W.............. 2:40-5:30 E 102 Kleemeier, R. W............ Seminar in the Psychological Prob-
lems of Aging
PSY 634 ... 3 TThS............. 11:40 AD 207 ........................Seminar in Current Clinical Liter-
ature
PSY 635 ... 3 TThS .............. 8:40 AD 207 Dixon, J. C................ Psychotherapy
PSY 636 ... 6 To arrange ............. ... ... Dixon, J. C................ Practicum in Clinical Psychology
PSY 643 ... 3 TTh........... 12:40-2:30 AD 207 Harlow, J. E............... Introduction to the Rorschach
Test

REAL ESTATE


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S RE 291 1 3 TTh..
STh....


Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

.............. 7:40 I 104 Travis, R. W............... Real Estate Fundamentals
.............. 8:40 I 104
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RE 291 2 3 MWF.............. 8:40 I 104 Travis, R. W.
SRE 291 3 3 MWF.............. 10:40 I 104 Gattis, R. W.
RE 291 4 3 MWF.............. 11:40 I 104 Travis, R. W.
RE 291 5 3 MWF...............2:40 I 208 Capo, M. T.
RE 295 ... 3 MWF.............. 11:40 I 102 Gattis, R. W............... Housing and Home Ownership
RE 390 ... 3 MWF.............. 8:40 I 106 Ring, A. A................. Property Valuation
RE 391 ... 3 T.................. 11:40 I 104 Travis, R. W............... Property Management
TTh ............. 12:40 I 104
RE 392 ... 3 T.................. 8:40 I 104 Gattis, R. W............... Problems in Real Estate Brokerage
TTh ............... 9:40 I 104
RE 393 ... 3 MWF.............. 9:40 I 104 Mitch, G. F................ Urban Land Utilization
RE 490 ... 3 MWF. ...............9:40 I 106 Ring, A. A................. Real Estate Appraising
RE 491 ... 3 MWF ............. 11:40 I 108 Mitch, G. F................ Principles and Problems of City
Planning
RE 493 ... 3 TThS .............. 10:40 I 104 Gattis, R. W............... Real Estate Law
RE 590 ... 3 W............. 12:40-3:30 LI 417 Ring, A. A................. Problems in Property Valuation
RE 594 ... 3 Th ............ 12:40-3:30 LI 417 Chace, J. E................ Problems in Property Manage-
ment

RELIGION
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1 3 MWF .............. .8:40

2 3 T.................. 8:40
2 TTh ............. 1:40
3 MWF........... 11:40
3 TTh ............ 10:40
Th................ 11:40
3 M W F.............. 12:40
3 MWF ............... 9:40

3 T................. .11:40
TTh ............ 12:40
3 MW F.............. 10:40


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I 204 Jacobson, N. P............. Religious Foundations of Modern
Life
I 204 Jackbson, N. P.
I 204 Scudder, D. L.............. Religion in American Life
I 204 Scudder, D. L.............. Comparative Religion
I 204 Scudder, D. L.............. Comparative Religion
I 204
I 204 Scudder, D. L.............. Career and Significance cf Jesus
I 204 Scudder, D. L.............. Christianity in the Greco-Roman
World
I 204 Jacobson, N. P............. The Social Teaching of Christian
I 204 Churches
I 204 Jacobson, N. P.............The Problems of Religious Philo-
sophy
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