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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 1954
Copyright Date: 1946
Frequency: quarterly
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Subject: College publications -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
Universities and colleges -- Periodicals -- Florida -- Gainesville   ( lcsh )
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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.
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THE UNIVERSITY RECORD

of the

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


SCHEDULE OF COURSES
SECOND SEMESTER

1953-54


Series 1, No. 1


January 1, 1954


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


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Vol. XLIX, Series 1


THE UNIVERSITY RECORD

of the


UNIVERSITY OF


FLORIDA


Contents

Title


Schedule of Courses, Second Semester, 1953-54
Bulletin of the University Summer Session, 1954
Student Aid Employment, Scholarships and Loan Funds
Catalog, 1954-55
Bulletin of the College of Law
Student Regulations
Schedule of Courses, First Semester, 1954-55
Schedule of Courses for Employed Public School
Personnel, First Semester, 1954-55
Orientation Bulletin
University Telephone Directory
Biennial Report of the President
Schedule of Courses for Employed Public School
Personnel, Second Semester, 1954-55


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SECOND SEMESTER 1953-1954

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 registrations.
For Senior classes or sections (courses numbered in the 400's) the minimum is
6 registrations.
Abbreviations
The following abbreviations have been used to designate buildings:


BUILDING A
(Accounting)
ADMINISTRATION
BUILDING
BUILDING AE
(Family Life)
AGRONOMY LAB
ANDERSON HALL
AUDITORIUM
BUILDING B
BENTON ANNEX
BENTON HALL
BUILDING C
(Art)
CANCER RESEARCH
LABORATORY
DAIRY LABORATORY
BUILDING E
ENGINEERING AND
INDUSTRIES BUILDING
BUILDING F
FLORIDA GYMNASIUM
FLOYD HALL
FARM MACHINE
LABORATORY
GREENHOUSE
HORTICULTURE BUILDING
BUILDING I
(Class Rooms)
BUILDING J
(Biology Lab.)
BUILDING K
(Class Rooms)
BUILDING L
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
X BUILDING X
(Class Rooms)
YN YONGE BUILDING
Z BUILDING Z
(Biology and Botany Labs.)


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BA
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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 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 ................12:40 PE 206
C 11 107 4 MWF ... ........ 2:40 PE 206
C 11 108 4 MWF ......... 3:40 PE 206
C 11 109 4 TTh ................ 8:40 PE 107
W ............. 1:40 PE 107
C 11 110 4 TTh ..-.............10:40 PE 107
W ...... ..... ......-. 3:40 PE 107
C 11 111 4 TTh ....................11:40 PE 107
M ........ .. 3:40 PE 107


12 21 M ........................10:40
12 22 T ................. .. 9:40
12 23 Th ........... ..... 10:40
12 201 4 MWF ............... 7:40
12 202 4 MWF ................... 7:40
12 203 4 MWF ...-........... 7:40
12 204 4 MWF .................. 7:40
12 205 4 MWF ........... 8:40
12 206 4 MWF ................... 8:40
12 207 4 MWF ................... 8:40
12 208 4 MWF ........... 8:40
12 209 4 MWF --............... 9:40
12 210 4 MWF ................... 9:40
12 211 4 MWF .................. 9:40
12 212 4 MWF ........... 9:40


AU
AU
AU
PE 5
PE 208
PE 209
MI 24
PE 5
PE 208
PE 209
MI 24
PE 5
X 1
PE 208
PE 209
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12 238 4
12 239 4
12 240 4
12 241 4
12 242 4
12 243 4
12 244 4
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Instructor


Course Title


MWF ................... 9:40
MWF ....................10:40
MWF ................10:40
MWF ...................10:40
MWF ................10:40
MWF ....................11:40
MWF ...................11:40
MWF ................ 11:40
MWF ....................11:40
MWF ....................11:40
MWF ....................12:40
MWF ....................12:40
MWF ....................12:40
MWF ..................12:40
MWF ..................12:40
MWF ....................12:40
MWF .....----.......... 1:40
TTh ..................10:40
W ....................... 3:40
MWF ................ 1:40
MWF .................... 1:40
MWF .................... 1:40
MWF ................... 2:40
TTh .....................11:40
M ........................... 3:40
MWF .........- .... 2:40
MWF .............. 2:40
MWF .......... 2:40
WMF .................... 3:40
WMF ............. 3:40
WMF .................... 3:40
MWF .................... 3:40
MWF .........-..... 3:40
MWF ................ 4:40
TThS .................... 7:40










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American Institutions


12 246 4 TThS .................... 8:40
12 247 4 MTTh ....................12:40
12 248 4 TThS ................ 9:40
12 249 4 MTTh .................... 1:40
12 250 4 TThS ...................10:40
12 251 4 TThS ....................11:40
12 252 4 MTTh ....................12:40
12 253 4 TTh ....................... 7:40
W ..........................12:40
12 254 4 TTh ...................... 8:40
W ........................... 1:40
12 255 4 TTh ....................... 9:40
W ........................... 2:40
12 256 4 TTh ........................10:40
W ............................ 3:40
12 257 4 TTh ........................11:40
M ........................... 3:40
12 258 4 MTTh ................ 12:40
12 259 4 MTTh ................ 1:40
12 260 4 MTTh .................... 2:40
12 261 4 MWF ....................11:40
12 262 4 MWF .................... 7:40
12 263 4 MWF .................... 8:40
12 264 4 TTh ........................10:40
W ......................... 3:40
12 265 4 MWF ................ 1:40
12 266 4 TTh .......................11:40
M .........-.....---..... 3:40
12 267 4 TTh .............. ... 7:40
W ..................... ...12:40
12 268 4 TTh ................... 9:40
W ............. ..... 2:40


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Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


Student registers for one lecture (2 digit section number) and one discussion (3 digit section number).


11
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101 3
102 3
103 3
104 3
105 3
106 3
107 3
108 3
109 3

110 3

111 3
112 3

113 3

114 3
115 3
116 3
117 3


Physical Sciences


MWF .................... 7:40
MWF .................... 8:40
MWF .................... 9:40
MWF ...............-....10:40
MWF ....................11:40
MTF ......................12:40


WA 202
WA 202
WA 202
WA 202
WA 202
WA 202
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Physical Sciences


M ..... .................12:40
M ........................ 4:40
T ....................... 3:40
W .....................12:40
MWF .............. .. 7:40
MWF ................. 8:40
MWF .................... 9:40
MWF ..................10:40
MWF ...................11:40
MWF ..................12:40
MTF ..................... 1:40
MTF ...................... 2:40
TTh ........................ 8:40
W ........................... 1:40
TTh ..................... 9:40
W .......................... 2:40
TTh ......................10:40
W ....................... 3:40
TTh ................ .. 8:40
W ........................... 1:40
TTh ............... ..... 9:40
W .................... .. 2:40
MWF ................... 9:40
MWF ................10:40
TThS ..........-...... 9:40
TThS ......................10:40


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Physical Sciences


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22 209

22 210
22 211
22 212

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22 214
22 215
22 216
22 217
22 218
22 219
22 220
22 221
22 222
22 223
22 224
22 225
22 226
22 227
22 228
22 229
22 230

22 231

22 232
22 233
22 234
22 235
22 236
22 237


MWF ................... 1:40
MWF ................... 2:40
TTh ....................... 7:40
W ...........................12:40
TThS ................... 8:40
TThS .................. 9:40
TTh ......................10:40
W .......................... 3:40
M ........................... 3:40
TTh ........................11:40
MWF ................... 7:40
MWF .................... 8:40
MWF ................. 9:40
MWF ...................10:40
MWF ...................11:40
MWF ....................12:40
MTF .................... 1:40
MTF ..................... 2:40
MWF .................... 7:40
MWF ................... 8:40
MWF .................... 9:40
MWF ..................10:40
MWF ....................11:40
MWF .................... 1:40
MWF ................ 2:40
MWF ................... 3:40
TTh ....................... 8:40
W ........................ 1:40
M ........................... 3:40
TTh ......................11:40
MWF ................... 7:40
MWF ................... 8:40
MWF ....................11:40
MWF ....................12:40
MTF ..................... 1:40
MWF ................... 2:40


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

Students registering for C-31 will register for one 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 TTh ........ ............. 7:40 AN 307
C 31 102 4 TTh .-..................... 7:40 AN 311
C 31 103 4 TTh ...................... 9:40 AN 307
C 31 104 4 TTh ..................... 9:40 AN 311
C 31 105 4 TTh .....................11:40 AN 307
C 31 106 4 TTh .....................11:40 AN 311
C 31 107 4 MW .........-............ 2:40 AN 307
C 31 108 4 MW ..................... 2:40 AN 311
C 31 109 4 TTh ..................... 2:40 AN 307
C 31 110 4 TTh ........................ 2:40 AN 311
C 31 111 4 MW ........................ 3:40 AN 307
C 31 112 4 MW ..................... 3:40 AN 311

C 31 301 W ........... .7:40- 9:00 AN 203
C 31 302 W ................9:10-10:30 AN 203
C 31 303 T ....................1:40- 3:00 AN 203
C 31 304 T ........-.......3:10- 4:30 AN 203

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 MW ....................... 7:40 AN 20
C 32 202 4 MW ...................... 7:40 AN 104
C 32 203 4 MW .................... 7:40 AN 212
C 32 204 4 MW ...................... 7:40 AN 307
C 32 205 4 MW ...................-... 7:40 AN 311
C 32 206 4 MW .....-...........-.. 7:40 MI 27
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207 4
208 4
209 4
210 4
211 4
212 4
213 4
214 4
215 4
216 4
217 4
218 4
219 4
220 4
221 4
222 4
223 4
224 4
225 4
226 4
227 4
228 4
229 4
230 4
231 4
232 4
233 4
234 4
235 4
236 4
237 4
238 4
239 4
240 4
241 4
242 4
243 4


TTh ........................ 7:40
TTh ..................~-... 7:40
TTh ...........-......... 7:40
TTh -.................... 7:40
TTh ........................ 7:40
TTh ....................... 7:40
MW .........--.......... 8:40
MW ............. .... 8:40
M W ....................... 8:40
M W ....................... 8:40
TTh ....................... 8:40
TTh ....................... 8:40
TTh ...................... 8:40
TTh ............ ..... 8:40
TTh ................... 8:40
MW .............. .... 9:40
MW ...........-.... 9:40
MW .................... .. 9:40
MW -.................- 9:40
TTh .................. 9:40
TTh -..........-... ... 9:40
TTh ................ 9:40
MW ......... .........10:40
MW .............. ...10:40
TTh ........ ..... ...10:40
TTh ......... .. 10:40
TTh ........... ...10:40
TTh .................. 10:40
TTh .......... .....10:40
MW ...... ......11:40
MW .-...... .......11:40
MW .................11:40
MW .............. ....11:40
TTh ............ ...11:40
TTh ... ............11:40
TTh .................... 11:40
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AN 2
AN 20
AN 104
AN 210
AN 212
MI 27
AN 20
AN 307
AN 311
MI 27
AN 20
AN 104
AN 307
AN 311
MI 27
AN 20
AN 307
AN 311
MI 27
AN 20
AN 104
MI 27
AN 20
MI 27
AN 20
AN 104
AN 307
AN 311
MI 27
AN 20
AN 307
AN 311
MI 27
AN 20
AN 104
MI 27
AN 20
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MW ..........-..... .....12:40
MW ........... .....12:40
MW ............-- -- ..... 12:40
TTh ......................12:40
TTh ..................... 12:40
TTh ................ ..... 12:40
TTh .....................12:40
TTh .............-..........12:40
TTh ....................-...12:40
TTh .......................12:40
TTh ........................12:40
MW ...................... 1:40
MW ...............-...... 1:40
MW ...................... 1:40
MW ........................ 1:40
MW ........................ 1:40
TTh ...----.................. 1:40
TTh ......-.......--....-. 1:40
TTh .........-----.............. 1:40
TTh -....................... 1:40
TTh ....................... 1:40
TTh ........................ 1:40
TTh ........................ 1:40
MW ..............-------......... 2:40
MW ....................... 2:40
TTh ........................ 2:40
TTh ........................ 2:40
TTh ....................... 2:40
TTh ..----...................... 2:40
TTh ....................... 2:40
TTh .......-----............ 2:40
MW ....................... 3:40
MW ....................... 3:40
MW .----.................... 3:40
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MW ...................... 3:40 AN 212
MW ........................ 3:40 MI 27
TF .......................... 3:40 AN 2
TF .......................... 3:40 AN 20
TF .......................... 3:40 AN 104
TF .......................... 3:40 AN 210
TF .......................... 3:40 AN 212
TF .......................... 3:40 AN 307
TF ....................... 3:40 AN 311
TF ......................... 3:40 MI 27
M .............. 7:40- 9:00 AN 208
M .............. 9:10-10:30 AN 203
M ................10:40-12:00 AN 203
M .............12:10- 1:30 AN 203
M ................ 1:40- 3:00 AN 203
M ................ 3:10- 4:30 AN 203
T .............. 7:40- 9:00 AN 203
T ................ 9:10-10:30 AN 203
T ..............10:40-12:00 AN 203
T .............12:10- 1:30 AN 203
W ................10:40-12:00 AN 203
W ................12:10- 1:30 AN 203
W .............. 3:10- 4:30 AN 203
Th ................ 7:40- 9:00 AN 203
Th................ 9:10-10:30 AN 203
Th ................10:40-12:00 AN 203
Th ................12:10- 1:30 AN 203
Th................ 1:40- 3:00 AN 203
F .......... 7:40- 9:00 AN 203
F ................ 9:10-10:30 AN 203
F ................10:40-12:00 AN 203
F ................12:10- 1:30 AN 203
F ................ 1:40- 3:00 AN 203
F .......... 3:10- 4:30 AN 203
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These sections are restricted to those whose college preparatory work was done in a language other than English and who have not
successfully completed more than one semester's work in English in an American college or university. Students should enroll
for one of the C-32 lecture sections, for discussion section C32-289 or C32-290, and for writing laboratory C32-425.


289 4 MWF ..................10:40
290 4 MWF ....................10:40
425 W ................ 1:40- 3:00


Reading, Speaking, and Writing


AN 307
AN 311
AN 203


EH 133 3 MF ...................... 2:40 AN 210 Congleton, J. E ......... Effective Writing
W .............. 1:40- 3:30 AN 209 Walker, B. H.
EH 134 3 MWF ................ 12:40 AN 212 Fogle, S. F. ................. Contemporary Reading

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C 41 18 3 TThS ...................... 8:40 AD 207 Practical Logic
C 41 19 3 TThS ...................... 9:40 AD 208
C 41 20 3 TThS ...................... 9:40 AD 207
C 41 21 3 TThS ...................... 9:40 PE 206
C 41 22 3 TThS ......................10:40 AD 208
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C 52 21 M ........................ 1:40 R 122 The Humanities
C 52 22 T .......................10:40 R 122
C 52 23 W ----..................... 11:40 R 122
C 52 24 Th .....................10:40 R 122
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C 52 205 4 MWF ..................11:40 AN 112
C 52 206 4 MWF ....................12:40 AN 112
C 52 207 4 MWF ................. 1:40 AN 112
C 52 208 4 MWF .................. 2:40 AN 112
C 52 209 4 MWF ............. 3:40 AN 112
C 52 210 4 MWF .-.............-.. 4:40 AN 112


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52 212 4 TThS ............ 8:40
52 213 4 TThS .................... 9:40
52 214 4 TThS ............ 10:40
52 215 4 MW F .................... 7:40
52 216 4 MWF ............... 8:40
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52 229 4 MWF ............... 8:40
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61 103 3 MWF .................... 9:40 SC 104
61 104 3 MWF ...................10:40 SC 104
61 105 3 MWF ....................11:40 SC 104
61 106 3 MWF .................12:40 SC 104
61 107 3 MWF .................... 1:40 SC 104
61 108 3 MWF .................... 2:40 SC 104
61 109 3 MWF ................... 3:40 SC 104
61 110 3 MWF .................... 4:40 SC 104
61 111 3 TThS ...................... 7:40 SC 104
61 112 3 TThS ...................... 8:40 SC 104
61 113 3 TThS ...................... 9:40 SC 104
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Biological Science


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C 52 232 4 MWF ................11:40 AN 13 The Humanities
C 52 233 4 MWF ..............12:40 AN 13
C 52 234 4 MWF ............ 1:40 AN 13
C 52 235 4 MWF ....-..-- ...- 2:40 AN 13
C 52 236 4 MWF .................. 3:40 AN 13
C 52 237 4 TTh ....................... 7:40 AN 13
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C 52 238 4 T ............................ 8:40 PE 209
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C 52 239 4 TTh ......................--- 10:40 PE 209
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62 203 3 MWF .................... 9:40 SC
62 204 3 MWF .................10:40 SC
62 205 3 MWF ..................11:40 SC
62 206 3 MWF ....................12:40 SC
62 207 3 MWF ................ 1:40 SC
62 208 3 MWF ............ 2:40 SC
62 209 3 MWF .............. 3:40 SC
62 210 3 MWF ..........- 4:40 SC
62 211 3 TThS ............... ... 7:40 SC
62 212 3 TThS ...........-...... 8:40 SC
62 213 3 TThS ................ 9:40 SC
62 214 3 TThS .................10:40 SC
62 215 3 TThS ...................11:40 SC
62 216 3 MWF ................ 7:40 SC
62 217 3 MWF ................... 8:40 SC
62 218 3 MWF ............... 9:40 SC
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62 220 3 MWF ..................11:40 SC
62 221 3 MWF ..................12:40 SC
62 222 3 MWF ............... 1:40 SC
62 223 3 MWF --...............- 2:40 SC
62 224 3 MWF .................... 3:40 SC
62 225 3 MWF ................... 4:40 SC
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62 229 3 T .........................11:40 SC
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62 230 3 MWF .............11:40 SC
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DEPARTMENTAL COURSES

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


ATG 211
ATG 211
ATG 211
ATG 211
ATG 211
ATG 211
ATG 211
ATG 211
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212

ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 212
ATG 311


McNab, M. T.
DaVault, J. W.
DaVault, J. W.
Mills, M. D.
McNab, M. T.
Powell, W. J.


Elementary Accounting


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A 4 Deinzer, H. T. ............ Elementary Accounting
A 2 McNab, M. T.
A 4 Deinzer, H. T.
A 4
A 1 Orth, A. P.
A 1
A 2 Orth, A. P.
A 4 Moshier, W. F.
A 4
A 3 Anderson, C. A.
A 3
A 4 Powell, W. J.
A 4 Moore, J. F.
A 4
A 4 Peterson, E. G.
A 2 Powell, W. J.
A 4 Orth, A. P.
A 4 Peterson, E. G.
A 4 Moore, J. F.
A 1 Moore, J. F. .............. Accounting Principles
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Dept. Course Section Credit Days


AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


AN 382 3 MWF ..................10:40 MI 23 Thompson, R. A. .........
AN 384 1 T ....................1:40- 5:30 N 211 Thompson, R. A ........
AN 385 3 MWF ..................11:40 MI 23 Hoover, J. W. ................
AN 486 3 TTh ............ 8:40-12:30 N 211 Hoover, J. W. .............
AN 488 3 MWF .................... 9:40 MI 23 Hoover, J. W. ...............
AN 492 1 M ....................... 1:40 MI 23 Hoover, J. W. ...............
AN 493 2 WF.............. 1:40- 5:30 N 211 Hoover, J. W .........
AN 581 3 To arrange ..............
AN 585 3 To arrange ..................
AN 586 3 To arrange ..............
AN 592 To arrange .................
AN 599 To arrange ..................

Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.


Aerodynamics
Aeronautical Laboratory
Aircraft Materials & Processes
Airplane Design
Aircraft Structures
Aeronautical Seminar
Aeronautical Laboratory
Advanced Aeronautical Design
Advanced Aerodynamics
Supersonic Aerodynamics
Special Topics in Aeronautical Engr.
Thesis


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Moshier, W. F. ............
Moshier, W. F.
Moore, J. F .........- ..
Moshier, W. F. ............
DaVault, J. W ............
Peterson, E. G. ............
Lanham, J. S. ............
Anderson, C. A. ............
Anderson, C. A.
Orth, A. P. ....................
DaVault, J. W. ............
Peterson, E. G. ............
Deinzer, H. T. ............
Deinzer, H. T. ..............
Lanham, J. S ................


Accounting Principles

Cost Accounting
Advanced Accounting Problems
Principles of Auditing
Income Tax Accounting
Corporate Accounting Problems
Governmental Accounting

Controllership Accounting
Advanced Auditing
Advanced Income Tax Accounting
Federal Income Tax Accounting
Governmental and Municipal
Accounting
C. P. A. Problems

Thesis
Dissertation


Course Title


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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, or 113).
ACY 203 1 3 MW ......................10:40 LE 118 Pearce, J. M. .............. Analytical Chemistry
ACY 203 111 M ...............1:40- 4:30 LE 236
ACY 203 112 T ...............2..:40- 5:30 LE 236
ACY 203 113 W ................:40- 4:30 LE 236
ACY 432 To arrange .................... Senn, V. J ................... Agricultural Analysis
ACY 542 3 MWF ................... 8:40 LE 142 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 Chemistry
Senn, V. J.
ACY 599 To arrange .................... Thesis

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
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MWF ................ 8:40
MWF ...................11:40
MWF .................... 9:40
TTh ....................... 8:40
W ................... 1:40
MWF .................... 10:40
MWF ...................11:40
MWF ................ 9:40
W ..................2:40-4:30
MWF ....................10:40
To arrange ....................
TTh ........ ......... 9:40
M ......................... 1:40
To arrange ....................


108 Greenman, J. R. ..........
102 Brooker, M. A ..............
108 Brooker, M. A. ..............
McPherson, W. K. ......
108 Godwin, M. R ..............
108 Godwin, M. R.
O'Regan, W. G. ............
Greenman, J. R. ........
Godwin, M. R. ............
410 McPherson, W. K. ......
Greenman, J. R ..........


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Agricultural Economics
Farm Finance and Appraisal
Farm Management
Marketing
Marketing Fruits and Vegetables
Advanced Agricultural Statistics
Agricultural Policy
Terminal Markets and Commodity
Exchanges
Marketing of Livestock
Agricultural Economics Seminar
Economics of Agricultural
Production


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AS 699


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Course Title


Greene, R. E. L. ............ Research Problems in Farm
Management
McPherson, W. K ........ Land Economics
Hamilton, H. G. .......... Research Problems in Marketing
Agricultural Products
Thor, E. .................... Advanced Marketing of
Agricultural Products
Godwin, M. R................ Research Methods in Marketing
Farm Products
O'Regan, W. G............... Application of Statistical Theory to
the Collection and Analysis of
Agricultural Data
Research and Thesis
Research and Dissertation


AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING
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Students taking
AG 301
AG 301
AG 301
Students taking
AG 302
AG 302
AG 302
AG 302
AG 302
AG 302

Variable.


AG-301 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
1 3 TTh ........................ 9:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E ............... Drainage and Irrigation
11 T ....................:40-3:30 FM
12 T ....................3:40-5:30 FM
AG-302 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13 or 14).
1 3 TTh ...................... 7:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E. ............... Farm Motors
2 3 MW .....................10:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E.
11 W ............. 1:40- 3:30 FM
12 W ........... 3:40- 5:30 FM
13 F .............10:40-12:30 FM
14 F ................ 1:40- 3:30 FM
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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 Rogers, C. J. .................. Farm Shop
AG 303 2 3 TTh .....................11:40 FL 210 Rogers, C. J.
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
Students taking AG-306 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13 or 14).
AG 306 1 3 MW ........................ 8:40 FL 210 Doughty, R. E .............. Farm Machinery
AG 306 2 3 MW ........................ 7:40 FL 210 Doughty, R. E.
AG 306 11 T .................----. 1:40- 3:30 FM
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
Students taking AG-401 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
AG 401 1 3 TTh ........................10:40 FL 210 Doughty, R. E............... Farm Structures
AG 401 11 M ....................1:40-3:30 OH
AG 401 12 M ....................3:40-5:30 OH
AG 404 2 To arrange ............ .. Rogers, F. ...................... Agricultural Inves
AG 407 3 M ............................ 9:40 FL 210 Rogers, C. J. .................. Farm Shop Power
MW ................1:40-3:30 FM
AG 408 3 MW -----.......................11:40 FL 210 Choate, R. E.
M ....................1:40-3:30 FM and Edson, S. N. ...... Soil and Water C(
AG 501 2 To arrange ............. Rogers, F. ...................... Seminar
AG 570 To arrange ............. Rogers, F. ...................... Research
AG 599 To arrange ........... .. Thesis


AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
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MW F ....................10:40
MW F .................... 9:40
To arrange ....................


AXT 521 To arrange ..............
Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on re


K 111 Hampson, C. M. .......... Rural Leadership
K 111 Hampson, C. M .......... Agricultural Extension Youth
HT 307 Hampson, C. M. .......... Individual Problems in Agricultural
Extension Methods
HT 307 Hampson, C. M.......--.. Special Problems in Agricultural
Extension Methods
gistration blank.


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AGRONOMY
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AY 324 1 3 MW ....................... 8:40
M ................... :40-3:30
AY 324 2 3 MW ........................10:40
W ...................3:40-5:30
AY 324 3 3 TTh ........................ 8:40
T ...................1-- :40-3:30


Students taking
AY 422
AY 422
AY 422
AY 426
AY 436
AY 436

AY 526
AY 527
AY 528
AY 541

AY 551
AY 560
AY 562
AY 570
AY 592
AY 599

Variable.


302 Rodgers, E. G......... Forage and Cover Crops
1
302 Rodgers, E. G.
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302 McCloud, D. E.
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W ..................1:40-3:30
F ................... 1:40-3:30
* To arrange ..............
3 WF .................... 8:40
W .................1.:40-3:30
3 WF ......................10:40
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T ................12:40-3:30
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2 To arrange ............
3 To arrange ............
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1 Th ....................... 3:40
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Senn, P. H. .................... Plant Breeding


McCloud, D. E. ..............
McCloud, D. E.

Hanson, W. D. .........
Hanson, W. D. ..........
Rodgers, E. G. ..............
Hanson, W. D. ..............
Hanson, W. D. .............
Hanson, W. D. ............


Individual Problems in Agronomy
Pastures


Agronomic Problems
Problems in Genetics and
Cytogenetics
Problems in Experimental Designs
Crop Nutrition
Design of Experiments
Cytogenetics
Advanced Genetics
Research in Agronomy
Graduate Agronomy Seminar
Thesis


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ANIMAL HUSBANDRY


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MWF ................... 1:40
TTh ........................10:40
Th .......................11:40
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MWF ...................-12:40


Course Title


General Animal Husbandry

Feeds and Feeding


Bldg. Room Instructor
FL 104 Loggins, P. E. ..............
FL 104 Loggins, P. E.
FL 104 Becker, R. B..................
FL 104 Driggers, J. C.
HT 410 Koger, M. and
Warnick, A. C. ..........
FL 104 Hentges, J. F. .............
FL 210
FL 104 Pearson, A. M. ............
FL 210
FL 108 Pearson, A. M. ............
Loggins, P. E.
FL 104 Cunha, T. J. ...............
Hentges, J. F.
Wallace, H. D.

FL 104 Wallace, H. D .......--...
Pearson, A. M. ............

Koger, M. and
Warnick, A. C. ........
Davis, G. K. and
Wallace, H. D ......
Davis, G. K. ................
Cunha, T. J ................


Course Title
Cultural Anthropology
Primitive Arts & Crafts
Social Organization

Individual Work
The South American Indian


* Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.


Animal Breeding
Beef Production

Meats and Meat Products

Advanced Livestock Judging

Livestock Feeding

Advanced Animal Production
Animal Nutrition
Experimental Techniques and
Analytical Procedures in Meats
Research

Genetics of Animal Improvement

Problems in Nutrition
Advanced Animal Nutrition
Special Topics in Animal Nutrition
Thesis
Dissertation


ANTHROPOLOGY
Bldg. Room Instructor
PE 309 Goggin, J. M. ...............
PE 309 Goggin, J. M. ...............
PE 301 Maclachlan, J. M ........
PE 301
Goggin, J. M ................
PE 309 Goggin, J. M ................


AL 501
AL 503
AL 505


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ARCHITECTURE
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Students registering for AE-101 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one discussion (Section 10, 11, 12 or 13).


AE 101 1 T .......................... 2:40 LE
AE 101 10 3 TTh ......................11:40 AN
AE 101 11 3 WF ........................ 8:40 E
AE 101 12 3 WF ........................11:40 E
AE 101 13 3 WF ...................... 2:40 E
AE 102 1 3 MWF .......... 8:40-11:30 U
AE 102 2 3 MWF ..........11:40- 2:30 U
AE 102 3 3 MWF .......... 2:40- 5:30 U
AE 200 3 TTh ........................10:40 AE
Th ..........................11:40 AE
AE 203 1 3 MWF .......... 8:40-11:30 U
AE 203 2 3 MWF ..........11:40- 2:30 U
AE 203 3 3 MWF .......... 2:40- 5:30 U
AE 204 1 3 MWF .......... 8:40-11:30 U
AE 204 2 3 MWF ..........11:40- 2:30 U
AE 205 1 4 TTh ......... 8:40-11:30 E
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AE 205 2 4 TTh ............11:40- 2:30 E
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AE 206 1 4 TTh ............ 8:40-11:30 U
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AE 206 2 4 TTh ............11:40- 2:30 U
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The Arts of Design



Vision and Graphics


Housing for Families
Basic Design

Organic Planning
Building Technology


Building Technology


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Group 3



Projects in Architecture,
Group 4



Projects in Architecture,
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Thesis in Architecture


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AE 601
AE 602
AE 603
AE 604
AE 605
AE 606
AE 699
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Architectural Design
Architectural Design
Architectural Research
Architectural Research
Structural Design of Buildings
Structural Design of Buildings
Thesis






ART

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TTh .................7-10 pm
T ............................ 1:40
Th -............... 1:40- 3:30
MWF .................. 9:40
TThS ....................10:40
MWF .......... 1:40- 3:30
TThS ..........10:40-12:30
TThS ....-..... 8:40-10:30
MWF .........10:40-12:30
MWF .......... 8:40-10:30
MWF .... .... 1:40- 3:30
TTh ......-.. 7-8:30 pm
MWF ............. 7:40
MWF ..........10:40-12:30
MWF ..........10:40-12:30
TThS ..........10:40-12:30
TThS ......... 10:40-12:30
TTh ............ 7-10 pm
MWF ......... 8:40-12:30
TThS ..........10:40-12:30
TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
MWF .......... 1:40- 3:30
MWF .......... 8:40-10:30
MWF ..........10:40-12:30
MWF .......... 3:40- 5:30
TTh ................ 7-10 pm
TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
MWF .......... 8:40-10:30
MWF .......... 1:40- 3:30
TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
MWF ..........10:40-12:30
MWF .......... 1:40- 3:30


C 100 Summers, M. D.---.. Art Laboratory
WA 304 Atwater, H. J.
X 13 Hansen, R. C ....... Textiles & Clothing
X 13
E 176 Anderson, E. A..........- The Visual Arts
E 176 Kacere, J. C.
C 105 Anderson, E. A............. Materials & Spatial Design
C 105 Anderson, E. A.
C 101 Holbrook, H. H ............ Color Design
C 101 Kacere, J. C .. .....-.. Drawing & Visual Perception
C 101 McIntosh, P. R. .....--. Scientific Contributions to Art
C 100 McIntosh, P. R. ........... Pictorial Composition
E 176 McIntosh, P. R -..... Art Survey
E 176 Hanson, B. A.
C 105 Anderson, E. A. ............ Design I
C 105 Anderson, E. A. ......... Design II
C 101 Holbrook, H. H.......-.- Freehand Drawing
C 101 Holbrook, H. H.......... Freehand Drawing
WA 304 Atwater, H. J. ........- Sculpture
X 15 Borgia, A. P ...---.... Costume Construction II
X 13 Hansen, R. C. ............ Fashion Fundamentals
X 13 Hansen, R. C.......... ..... Fashion Sketching I
X 15 Borgia, A. P. ....----. Draping
WA 308 Ebersole, R. P. ...--. Elementary Photography
WA 308 Ebersole, R. P.
WA 308 Ebersole, R. P.
WA 308 Ebersole, R. P ....----. Advanced Photography
C 100 Covington, H. W ....... Landscape & Figure Painting I
C 100 Covington, H. W. ..... Landscape & Figure Painting II
C 103 Davis, C. R. ...----- .. Layout
C 103 Davis, C. R. ................ Lettering & Instrumental Drawing
C 103 Summers, M. D ...--... Advertising Design
WA 304 Peabody, K. E. ........... Crafts I
WA 304 Peabody, K. E. ....-....... Crafts II

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ART 383
ART 392
ART 394
ART 396
ART 403
ART 404
ART 413
ART 414
ART 430
ART 431
ART 432
ART 436
ART 453
ART 454
ART 464
ART 465
ART 466
ART 481
ART 483
ART 484
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ART 504
ART 505
ART 506
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ART 599


WA 303 Peabody, K. E. ............
E 176 Hanson, B. A ................
E 176 Grissom, E. E. ............
X 15
C 100 Kacere, J. C. ................
C 100 Kacere, J. C. ................
C 101 Holbrook, H. H. ............
C 105 Holbrook, H. H. ...........
X 15 Borgia, A. P. .........
X 15 Borgia, A. P ..............
X 13 Hansen, R. C. ..............
X 13 Hansen, R. C. ...............
C 100 Covington, H. W. ......
C 100 Covington, H. W ........
C 103 Davis, C. R. ..............
C 103 Summers, M. D. ...........

C 103 Summers, M. D. ............
WA 304 Peabody, K. E. ............
WA 304 Peabody, K. E. ...........
WA 304 Peabody, K. E. ............
E 176 Grissom, E. E. ..............


3 MWF .......... 1:40- 3:30
3 MWF ................ 3:40
3 MW F .................... 1:40
2 T ................ 3:40- 5:30
3 MWF .......... 8:40-10:30
3 MWF ........ 8:40-10:30
3 TThS ..........10:40-12:30
3 MF .................. 7-10 pm
3 MWF .......... 1:40- 3:30
6 MWF .......... 8:40-12:30
3 TTh ............ 1:40- 4:30
3 TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
6 TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
6 TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
3 MWF ..........10:40-12:30
8 TThS .......... 8:40-10:30
8 TTh ............ 1:40- 4:30

6 MWF ..........10:40-12:30
3 MWF ..........10:40-12:30
6 MWF ......... 1:40- 3:30
3 MW F .................... 4:40
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Jewelry & Metalwork
Medieval Art
History of Sculpture
Latin American Art
Design III
Design IV
Freehand Drawing III
Graphic Arts
Tailoring
Design Studio
Studio Sketching
Fashion Sketching III
Figure Painting
Special Problems in Painting
Projects in Advertising Design,
Group 2
Projects in Advertising Design,
Group 2
Projects in Advertising Design,
Group 2
Ceramics I
Special Problems in Crafts
Special Problems in Crafts
Modern Art
Art Problems
Art Problems
Art Research
Art Research
Art of the 20th Century
Thesis





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

ATY 141 1 3 MWF .................10:40 PE 10 Descriptive Astronomy
ATY 141 2 3 TTh .......................10:40 PE 10
Th ..--....................11:40 PE 10
ATY 306 3 T .........................11:40 PE 10 Celestial Navigation
TTh .......... ...12:40 PE 10
ATY 317 4 MWF .................11:40 PE 10 Advanced General Astronomy
Lab. to arrange ..........
BACTERIOLOGY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


Students taking BCY-301 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and


4 TTh ...... ........... 9:40
TTh ............10:40-12:30
TTh ......... 1:40- 3:30
WF ........... 1:40- 3:30
WF ........... 3:40- 5:30
TTh ........... 3:40- 5:30
4 TTh ...................... 9:40
TTh ........ 1:40- 3:30
4 MW .................... 9:40
MW ........... 1:40- 3:30
4 TTh .................... 8:40
TTh ............10:40-12:30
4 TTh ....................... 8:40
TTh ............10:40-12:30
4 MF ........................ 8:40
MF .............. 9:40-12:30
1 W ................... 10:40
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one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, 14 or 15).
Carroll, W. R .......... General Microbiology


Tyler, M. E. .................
Pratt, D. B ...............
Pratt, D. B. ...............

Langford, G. C. ............
Carroll, W. R .............
Tyler, M. E. .................

Hardy, A. V., and
Galton, M. M. ..........
Jefferies, M. ........ ...
Jefferies ..........


Advanced General Microbiology

Dairy and Food Microbiology
Sanitary Microbiology
Immunology and Serology
Microbiology of Viruses and
Rickettsia
Research Methods in Microbiology
Seminar
Research and Thesis
Infectious Diseases
Immunology, Advanced
Laboratory Administration


Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.
Courses 600 and above are offered in cooperation with State Board of Health Laboratory, Jacksonville. Not open to students on
campus.


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Students taking BLY-210 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and


4 MW ........................ 7:40
MW ............ 8:40-11:30
MW ............ 1:40- 4:30
TTh ............12:40- 3:30
4 MW ........................11:40
TTh ............12:40- 3:30
4 TTh .-.......-.............. 8:40
TTh ............ 9:40-12:30
4 MWF ....................12:40
Th ............. 1:40- 4:30
4 MWF ................... 8:40
F ............... 1:40- 4:30
3 M ........................... 4:40
MW ............ 1:40- 4:30


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Wallace, H. K. .............. Biology Laboratory



Jones, E. R. ............. Biology Laboratory








Carr, A. F ................. Evolution Today
one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
Sherman, H. B ........... Vertebrate Embryology


Berner, L. ...................... Insect Biology

Gregg, J. H. .................. General and Comparative
Physiology II
Bader, R. S. .................. Vertebrate Paleontology

Byers, C. F. .................. Animal Parasitology
Brodkorb, P. .--.......-- Ornithology


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BLY 425 4 MW ..................... 8:40 SC 109 Carr, A. F ..................... Freshwater Ecology
F ................ 1:40- 4:30 J 101
S ................ 8:40-11:30 J 101
BLY 430 3 To arrange .................... Individual Problems in Animal
Biology
BLY 432 4 MW .................... 1:40 J 201 Jones, E. R. ............. Advanced Invertebrate Zoology
MW ............ 2:40- 5:30 J 201
BLY 451 4 MW ........................ 1:40 SC 109 Wallace, H. K. ............ Animal Histology
MW ............ 2:40- 5:30 SC 2
BLY 482 3 MTh .... 7:40- 9:00 pm SC 109 Allee, W. C ............... Animal Sociology II
BLY 502 3 MWF ........ .......... 9:40 SC 109 Grobman, A. B ............ Statistical Methods for Biologists
BLY 506 2 MW .....................10:40 SC 109 Berner, L. .................... Biological Literature and
Institutions
BLY 512 4 Th ....................... 4:40 SC 109 Pierce, E. L. ................ Marine Ecology
Other hours to be arranged
BLY 530 To arrange .................... Individual Problems in Animal
Biology
BLY 541 3 Th ........................ 3:40 SC 109 Leavitt, B. B........... Wildlife Conservation
Other hours to be arranged
BLY 565 To arrange .................... Cancer Research Seminar
BLY 599 To arrange .................... Thesis
BLY 699 To arrange .................... Dissertation

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

Students taking BTY-101 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
BTY 101 1 3 MW ......................11:40 UA 120 Ford, E. S. ................. General Botany
BTY 101 11 F ..................10:40-12:30 UA 113
BTY 101 12 F .............. 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
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BOTANY-Continued
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Students taking BTY-102 will register for one lecture and one laboratory, first digit of laboratory must be same as the lecture
Section number.
BTY 102 1 3 MF .................. 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 Griffith, M.
BTY 102 11 W .............. 8:40-10:30 UA 113
BTY 102 13 T ................ 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 14 T .................. 3:40- 5:30 UA 113
BTY 102 21 W .............. 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 22 W ................ 3:40- 5:30 UA 113
BTY 102 23 Th ................ 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 31 M .............. 1:40- 3:30 UA 113
BTY 102 82 M ............ 3:40- 5:30 UA 113
BTY 211 4 TTh ..................... 7:40 UA 120 Powell, R. D................. Elementary Plant Physiology
MW ............ 1:40- 3:30 Z
BTY 306 3 TTh ................... 8:40 Bot. G'house Ford, E. S. .................... Higher Plants
S .................. 8:40-11:30 Bot. G'house
BTY 412 3 To arrange ............... UA Powell, R. D. ............... Intermediate Plant Physiology
BTY 432 4 TTh ..................... 9:40 UA 119 Cody, M. D. ............. Plant Anatomy
To arrange .................. UA 119
BTY 450 3 MWF ....................10:40 UA 112 Davis, J. H. .................. Economic Botany
BTY 500 To arrange .................... Advanced Botany
BTY 501 3 MW ...................... 8:40 UA 112 Davis, J. H ................. Vegetation of Florida
To arrange .................. UA 112
BTY 512 2 To arrange .................. Z Powell, R. D. .............. Plant Physiology Lab.
BTY 599 To arrange .................... Research and Thesis

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


TTh ............ 8:40-11:301
MWF .......... 9:40-11:30 E
MW ............ 1:40- 3:30
TF .............. 1:40- 5:30


Projects in Building Construction,
Group 1


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BCN 311 3 TTh ............ 8:40-11:301
BCN 312 3 MWF .......... 9:40-11:30 E 178 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 ............ 8:40-11:301
BCN 402 3 MWF .......... 9:40-11:30 E 177 Projects in Building Construction,
BCN 403 3 MW ........ 1:40- 3:30 Group 3
BCN 404 3 TF ............. 1:40- 5:30
BCN 411 31 TTh .......... 8:40-11:301
BCN 412 3 MWF ......... 9:40-11:30 E 188 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 188 Building Construction
BCN 502 To arrange .................. .. E 188 Building Construction
BCN 503 To arrange ................ E 188 Building Research
BCN 504 To arrange ................ E 188 Building Research
BCN 599 To arrange .................. Thesis

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


MTWTh ............... 9:40
MTWTh ............. 3:40
MW ....................... 8:40
MTWTh ............... 8:40
MTWTh ...............10:40
MTWTh ............... 1:40
TTh ....;................ 8:40


Babb, E ................... Introductory Typewriting
Maxwell, H.
Maxwell, H. .............. Intermediate Typewriting
Dodson, G. ............... Introductory Shorthand
Dodson, G.
Babb, E.
Maxwell, H. ........... Intermediate Shorthand


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BEN 181 1 2 MTWTh ........... 7:40 YN 306 Dodson, G. ..............-..... Advanced Typewriting
BEN 181 2 2 MTWTh ............ 2:40 YN 806 Maxwell, H.
BEN 191 1 3 MTWTh ........... 7:40 YN 305 Babb, E ........... ..... Shorthand Dictation
BEN 191 2 3 MTWTh .......... 9:40 YN 805 Maxwell, H.
BEN 291 2 MTWTh .............12:40 YN 305 Maxwell, H. .................. Shorthand Dictation and Tran-
scription
BEN 351 2 TTh ............ 1:40- 3:30 YN 305 Dodson, G. ............. Office Practice Techniques
BEN 352 1 2 MTWTh ..............11:40 YN 305 Dodson, G. ..........-- Office Machines Techniques
BEN 352 2 2 MW .......... 1:40- 3:30 YN 305 Dodson, G.
BEN 562 3 M ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm YN 306 Moorman, J. H ......... Teaching Secretarial Subjects
BEN 585 3 Th .... 7:00- 9:30 pm YN 308 Moorman, J. H ............ Problems in Business Education


BUSINESS ORGANIZATION & OPERATION

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3 MWF ................. 8:40
3 T ........................... 8:40
TTh .................... 9:40
3 MWF. ............... 7:40
3 TTh ....................... 7:40
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3 MWF ................ 12:40
3 MWF .................... 2:40
3 MWF ................. 7:40
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3 MWF .................10:40
3 TTh ......................10:40
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3 MWF .................... 2:40


Dietz, J. W. ................
Mitch, G. F. ..................

Ehlers, C. W ..............
Ehlers, C. W.
Emory, C. W.
Crawford, C. M.
Dillinger, J. E ..........
Dillinger, J. E.

Ehlers, C. W.
Ehlers, C. W.
Pierce, J. E. .............
Sweeney, V. V.
Pierce, J. E.
Crist, G. W.

Crist, G. W.


Introduction to Business
Business Ethics

Principles of Marketing



Salesmanship




Fundamentals of Insurance


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Richardson, J. G. ........ Principles of Management

Luck, T. J.
Hodges, H. G.


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Sales Management
Credits and Collections


Pierce, J. E. ................ Life Insurance: Elements

Luck, T. J. .................... Personnel Management


I 110 Oliver, C.
I 108 Oliver, C. ....... ......
D 102
I 102 Hovey, S. W. .........--
I 102 Hovey, S. W.
I 102
I 102 Gaitanis, L. A.
I 102 Wyatt, J. N.
I 102
I 102 Wyatt, J. N.
I 102 Hovey, S. W. ..............
I 102
I 209 Hovey, S. W.
I 102 Wyatt, J. N.
I 206 Dietz, J. W. ...............
I 203 Richardson, J. G ........
I 109 Floyd, J. S. .................

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Office Management
Food Planning and Management
Business Law


Business Law


Investments
Investment Analysis
Corporation Finance


Instructor


Course Title


Crawford, C. M.
Hodges, H. G.
Goodwin, F ............... .
Yoder, L. C. ..................






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McFerrin, J. B.
Floyd, J. S.
Matthews, C. A.
McFerrin, J. B. ..........
Yoder, L. C. ...............
Yoder, L. C.
Yoder, L. C. ..................
Emory, C. W. ..............
Emory, C. W.
Crawford, C. M ....
Crawford, C. M.
Brohm, H. D. ................
Brohm, H. D.
Muehlner, F ..................
Emory, C. W. ............
Frye, J. L. ..... ........
Bradbury, R. W. ..........
Sweeney, V. V. .........
Gaitanis, L. A. ............
Mills, M. D ................
Hodges, H. G. ..............
Luck, T. J. ..................


Corporation Finance
Advertising
Advertising Problems
Retailing

Sales and Market Analysis

Principles and Problems of
Merchandising
Foreign Trade Techniques
Small Retail Store Management
Traffic Management: Service and
Service Regulation
Air Transportation
Life Insurance: Problems and
Practices
Social Insurance
Statistical Controls for Management
Industrial Organization
Collective Bargaining


I 201 Anderson, J. D. ............ Resort and Club Management
I 206 Brohm, H. D............... Business Policies
I 206
I 108 Sweeney, V. V............ Ocean and Inland Marine Insurance
I 108
I 108 Crist, G. W................. Corporate Suretyship
I 108 Crist, G. W ....--. Legal Aspects of Insurance
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BS 486 3 T ........................... 8:40 I 108 Pierce, J. E. ........... Life Insurance in Relation to Trusts
TTh .................. 9:40 I 108 and Estates
BS 501 3 MWF .................10:40 LI 417 Wyatt, J. W ............... Business Liabilities
BS 521 3 To arrange .................... D 105 Dolbeare, H. B. ............ Problems in Commercial Banking
BS 524 3 MWF ....................11:40 LI 417 Dietz, J. W ................. Investment Banking
BS 528 3 W ................12:40-3:30 LI 417 Floyd, J. S. .................. Central Banking, Policies and
Problems
BS 534 3 MWF ................... 1:40 I 203 Goodwin, F. ........... Problems of Sales Management
BS 537 3 To arrange ................. D 106 Brohm, H. D. ........... Problems in Retail Store Manage-
ment
BS 566 3 To arrange ....... ......... D 109 Sweeney, V. V........... Advanced Casualty Insurance
BS 573 3 F ............... 3:40-6:30 LI 417 Luck, T. J. ........... Problems in Collective Bargaining
BS 576 3 T ............7:00-10:00 pm LI 417 Hodges, H. G.....- .... Managerial Controls
BS 599 Thesis
BS 699 Dissertation

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


4 MWF .......... 8:40 MI 25 Tyner, M. ....................
W .................2:40-5:30 N 205
4 TThS ..................10:40 MI 25 Bennett, R. B. ..............
M .................2.:40-5:30 N 205
3 MWF ....................10:40 MI 25 Beisler, W. H ..............
1 3 MWF ................... 9:40 El 328 Specht, R. C. ..............
2 3 MWF ................... 9:40 MI 25 Harvin, R. L.
3 MWF .................. 8:40 MI 23 Harvin, R. L. .............
1 Th ..........................11:40 MI 25 Tyner, M. ........................
2 WF ................2:40-5:30 N 126 Schweyer, H. E ...........
5 TThS .................. 9:40 MI 25 Schweyer, H. E ..........
T ................11:40-5:30 N 126 Tyner, M.
Credit assigned must be shown on the course assignment card.
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Industrial Stoichiometry
Industrial Stoichiometry & Fuels
Principles of Chem. Engr. I
Materials of Engineering
Chem. Engr. Thermodynamics I
Chemical Engineering Seminar
Chemical Engineering Laboratory
Chemical Engr. Process Design


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CG 471 3 To arrange .................... Bennett, R. B............ Technology of Pulp and Paper
CG 511 3 To arrange ................. Bennett, R. B ............... Organic Chemical Processing
CG 521 3 MWF ..... ........ 9:40 RE 400 Reed, T. M. ............... Distillation & Gas Absorption
CG 531 3 MWF ..................10:40 N 203 Tyner, M. .................... Adv. Chem. Engr. Thermodynamics
CG 545 3 To arrange .................... Walker, R. D. ............. Adsorption
CG 548 3 To arrange ....... ....... Schweyer, H. E. ....... Micromeritics
CG 574 3 To arrange ..-......... Brown, W. F. ............ The Alkali Recovery System of the
Kraft Process
CG 599 To arrange ................... Thesis
CG 699 To arrange .................... Dissertation
Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.

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

CY 110 3 MF ........................ 8:40 LE 207 Thomas, G. A ........... Elements of Chemistry
W .............. 1:40- 3:30 LE 207
Students registering for CY-121, will register for the lecture (Section 1), one discussion section (Section 11 through 20) and one
laboratory section (Section 111 through 115).


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T ............................ 9:40
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F ........................... 8:40
F .......................... 9:40
F .......................... 10:40
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LE 207 Lyons,
LE 212
LE 212
LE 212
LE 142
LE 432
LE 142
LE 142
LE 212
LE 212
LE 212
LE 138
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CY 121 112 Th............... 2:40- 5:30 LE 138
CY 121 113 F ................11:40- 2:30 LE 138
CY 121 114 Th .............. 7:40-10:30 LE 138
CY 121 115 W ................ 3:40- 6:30 LE 138
Students registering for CY-122, will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2), one discussion section (Section 11 through 29), and one
laboratory section (Section 111 through 118).
CY 122 1 4 MF ........................10:40 LE 207 Thomas, G. A. ............. General Chemistry
CY 122 2 4 MF .................. 1:40 LE 207
CY 122 11 Th ........................ 7:40 LE 212
CY 122 12 Th ......................... 7:40 LE 154
CY 122 13 Th ......................... 7:40 LE 118
CY 122 14 Th .......................... 8:40 LE 212
CY 122 15 Th .......................... 8:40 LE 154
CY 122 16 Th ........................ 8:40 LE 118
CY 122 17 Th ......................... 9:40 LE 212
CY 122 18 Th .......................... 9:40 LE 154
CY 122 19 Th ..........................10:40 LE 212
CY 122 20 Th .........................10:40 LE 154
CY 122 21 Th ..........................11:40 LE 432
CY 122 22 Th ................. 11:40 LE 142
CY 122 23 Th ......................11:40 LE 154
CY 122 24 Th ..........................12:40 LE 212
CY 122 25 Th .........................12:40 LE 154
CY 122 26 Th ...................... 1:40 LE 432
CY 122 27 Th ................... 1:40 LE 212
CY 122 28 Th ................ 9:40 LE 118
CY 122 29 Th ................... 1:40 LE 154
CY 122 111 M ................12:40- 3:30 LE 138
CY 122 112 M ................ 3:40- 6:30 LE 136
CY 122 113 T ............... 8:40-11:30 LE 136
CY 122 114 W ............. 8:40-11:30 LE 138
CY 122 115 W ................12:40- 3:30 LE 136
o CY 122 116 Th ................ 2:40- 5:30 LE 136
. CY 122 117 F .................. 7:40-10:30 LE 138
SCY 122 118 F .................. 2:40- 5:30 LE 136
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Students registering for CY-123, will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory section (Section 111 through 113).
CY 123 1 3 MW ........................10:40 LE 118 Pearce, J. M ............. Qualitative Analysis
CY 123 111 M .............. 1:40- 4:30 LE 236
CY 123 112 T .............. 2:40- 5:30 LE 236
CY 123 113 W ................ 1:40- 4:30 LE 236
Students registering for CY-217 will register for the lecture (Section 1), one discussion section (Section 11 through 17) and
one laboratory section (Section 111 through 114).


CY 217 1 4 MF ........................11:40 LE
CY 217 11 T .......................... 9:40 LE
CY 217 12 T ..........................10:40 LE
CY 217 13 T ........................... 1:40 LE
CY 217 14 T .......................... 2:40 LE
CY 217 15 T ............................ 3:40 LE
CY 217 16 W ................................ 9:40 LE
CY 217 17 W .........................11:40 LE
CY 217 111 M ................ 3:40- 6:30 LE
CY 217 112 Th ............... 1:40- 4:30 LE
CY 217 113 F .................. 2:40- 5:30 LE
CY 217 114 W ................12:40- 3:30 LE
Students registering for CY-218, will register for one lecture
and one laboratory section (Section 111 through 117).
CY 218 1 4 TTh .....................10:40 LE
CY 218 2 4 TTh ........................12:40 LE
CY 218 11 W ................. .... 7:40 LE
CY 218 12 W ......................... 7:40 LE
CY 218 13 W ...................... 8:40 LE
CY 218 14 W ......................... 8:40 LE
CY 218 15 W ....................... 9:40 LE
CY 218 16 W ........................ 9:40 LE
CY 218 17 W ........................10:40 LE
CY 218 18 W ........................10:40 LE
CY 218 19 W ...........................11:40 LE
CY 218 20 W .......................11:40 LE
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207 Tucker, W. C. .............. General Chemistry and Qualitative
154 Analysis
154
142
142
142
118
118
138
138
138
138
(Section 1 or 2), one discussion section (Section 11 through 25)

207 Baxter, J. F ............... General Chemistry and Qualitative
207 Analysis


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CY 218 21 W ..........................12:40 LE 432
CY 218 22 W ........................... 1:40 LE 154
CY 218 23 W ............................ 1:40 LE 432
CY 218 24 W ............................ 2:40 LE 142
CY 218 25 W ............................ 2:40 LE 154
CY 218 111 M ................12:40- 3:30 LE 136
CY 218 112 T .................. 1:40- 4:30 LE 136
CY 218 113 W ................ 8:40-11:30 LE 136
CY 218 114 W ............... 3:40- 6:30 LE 136
CY 218 115 Th .............. 7:40-10:30 LE 136
CY 218 116 F ................ 7:40-10:30 LE 136
CY 218 117 F ................11:40- 2:30 LE 136
Students registering for CY-302, will register for the lecture (Section 1), one discussion section (Section 11 through 13), and
one laboratory section (Section 111 through 113).
CY 302 1 4 TTh ........................ 8:40 LE 207 Lemmerman, L. V. ...... Organic Chemistry
CY 302 11 T ............................ 1:40 LE 212
CY 302 12 Th ..........................12:40 LE 118
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 W ................ 2:40- 5:30 LE 238
Students registering for CY-331, will register for the lecture (Section 1), and one laboratory section (Section 111 through 115).
CY 331 1 4 TTh ........................11:40 LE 207 Gropp, A. H................. Introductory Quantitative Analysis
CY 331 111 MW ............12:40- 3:30 LE 112
CY 331 112 MW ............ 2:40- 5:30 LE 108
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 116
S ................ 8:40-11:30 LE 116
' Students registering for CY-332, will register for the lecture (Section 1), and one laboratory section (Section 111 or 112).
SCY 332 1 4 TTh......................11:40 LE 212 Black, A. P ............... Quantitative Analysis
, CY 332 111 F .................. 1:40- 4:30 LE 108
g CY 332 112 S .................. 8:40-11:30 LE 108
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Students registering for CY-362, will register for the lecture (
363. Permission to take CY-362 without CY-363 must be
CY 362 1 3 TTh ........................ 7:40 LE
CY 362 11 F ..........-................. 8:40 LE
CY 362 12 F ............................ 9:40 LE
CY 363 1 2 TTh ............ 9:40-12:30 LE
CY 363 2 2 TTh ............ 1:40- 4:30 LE
Permission to take CY-401 without CY-405 must be obtained
CY 401 3 MWF ..............-.... 9:40 LE
Students registering for CY-402, will register for the lecture
CY-406. Permission to take CY-402 without CY-406 must


1 3 MF ........................11:40
11 T ............................ 1:40
12 W ............................11:40
3 T ............................ 9:40
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1 T .................. 2:40- 5:30
1 1 W ................ 1:40- 4:30
2 1 Th .............. 1:40- 4:30
3 TTh ........................10:40
T .................. 1:40- 4:30
4 TTh .... .....- --..-...... 9:40
MF .............. 1:40- 4:30
1/ To arrange ............
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3 MWF ....................11:40
3 MWF ................. 9:40
3 Th ..........................11:40
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3 MWF .................... 8:40
3 TTh ........................10:40
Laboratory to arrange.
3 MWF ....................10:40
3 TTh ........................ 8:40
Laboratory to arrange.


'Section 1), one discussion section (Section 11 or 12), and for CY-
b trained from the Head of the Chemistry Department.
207 Organic Chemistry
154
154
236 Organic Chemistry Laboratory
236
from the Head of the Chemistry Department.
339 Physical Chemistry
Section 1), and one discussion section (Section 11 or 12), and for
be obtained from the Head of the Chemistry Department.


Hawkins, J. E. .


.... Physical Chemistry


Black, A. P. ............. Water Analysis

Physical Chemistry Laboratory
Physical Chemistry Laboratory
Brey, W. S .................. Physical Chemistry

Organic Chemistry


Krum, R. V. .................
Brey, W S. ...................
Pollard, C. B. .............
Pollard, C. B. .............


Chemical Literature
Structural Inorganic Chemistry
Organic Nitrogen Compounds
Qualitative Organic Chemistry


LE 339 Reid, C. E ................. Chemical Thermodynamics
LE 339 Hawkins, J. E. ........... Laboratory Distillation
LE 339 Reid, C. E. ................. Physical-Organic Chemistry
LE 142 Gropp, A. H. .............. Instrumental Analysis
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1 To arrange ...................
3 To arrange ...................
3 MWF .................... 8:40
* S .................. 9:40-12:30
* To arrange ...................
* To arrange ...................


LE 339


Quantitative Organic Chemistry

Stearns, T. W. .......... Biochemistry (Enzymes)
Stearns, T. W. .......... Biochemistry Laboratory (Enzymes)
Simons, J. H ................ Seminar in Fluorine Chemistry
Ray, F. E. .................... Chemical Carcinogenesis
Ray, F. E. ................... Cancer Research Seminar
Thesis
Dissertation


CIVIL ENGINEERING
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


Course Title


Students taking CL-223 will register for one lecture (Section 1, 2, or 3) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15).


CL 223 1 3 TTh ........................ 8:40
CL 223 2 3 TTh ........................10:40
CL 223 3 3 WF ........................ 7:40
CL 223 11 M ................ 1:40- 4:30
CL 223 12 T .................. 2:40- 5:30
CL 223 13 Th ................ 2:40- 5:30
CL 223 14 F .................. 8:40-11:30
CL 223 15 F .................. 1:40- 4:30
Students taking CL-226 will register for one lecture
CL 226 1 2 M ............................ 8:40
CL 226 2 2 Th .......................... 1:40
CL 226 11 M ................ 2:40- 5:30
CL 226 12 T .................. 2:40- 5:30
CL 226 13 W ................ 2:40- 5:30
CL 226 14 Th ................ 2:40- 5:30


El 432 Katterhenry, A. A. ...... Surveying
El 432 Katterhenry, A. A.
El 432 Katterhenry, A. A.
El 432 Katterhenry, A. A.
El 516 Katterhenry, A. A.
El 324 Gartner, Wm., Jr.
El 320 Katterhenry, A. A.
El 432 Katterhenry, A. A.
(Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
El 432 Winsor, A. N. ........... Higher Surveying
El 432 Winsor, A. N.
El 432 Winsor, A. N.
El 432 Gartner, Wm., Jr.
El 432 Winsor, A. N.
El 432 Winsor, A. N.


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CY 538


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CL 301 3 T ......... 8:40-12:30
T .................. 1:40- 4:30
CL 311 1 2 TTh ............ 9:40-12:30
CL 311 2 2 WF ............ 2:40- 5:30
Students taking CL-323 will register for the lecture
CL 323 1 2 M .......................... 1:40
CL 323 11 T .................. 9:40-12:30
CL 323 12 W .............. 2:40- 5:30
Students taking CL-326 will register for the lecture
CL 326 1 4 MWF .................. 9:40
CL 326 11 T ................ 2:40- 5:30
CL 326 12 Th .............. 2:40- 5:30
Students taking CL-329 will register for the lecture
CL 329 1 3 TTh ...................... 8:40
CL 329 11 M ............... 2:40- 5:30
CL 329 12 T ................. 9:40-12:30
Students taking CL-332 will register for the lecture
CL 332 1 2 W .......................... 1:40
CL 332 11 Th................ 9:40-12:30
CL 332 12 Th.............. 2:40- 5:30
CL 338 1 3 MWF .................... 9:40
CL 338 2 3 MWF .................10:40
CL 368 1 1 M .............. 2:40- 5:30
CL 368 2 1 T ......... 2:40- 5:30
CL 368 3 1 F .......... 2:40- 5:30
CL 412 1 F ...................... 9:40
CL 415 3 TTh ...................... 8:40


CL 424


M ............... 2:40- 5:30
3 MW ...................... 8:40
F ................ 2:40- 5:30


Field
Field
El
El


Winsor, A. N. ..............
Winsor, A. N.
320 Gartner, Wm., Jr ........
820 Gartner, Wm., Jr.


(Section 1) and
El 204
El 120
El 120
(Section 1) and
El 204
El 320
El 320
(Section 1) and
El 204
El 324
El 224


one laboratory (Section
Comins, H. D. ................
Comins, H. D.
Comins, H. D.
one laboratory (Section
Kluge, R. W. ................
Kluge, R. W.
Kluge, R. W.


Forest Surveying
Structural Drawing


11 or 12).
Materials Laboratory


11 or 12).
Statics of Simple Structures


one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
Kiker, J. E ................ Water Supply and Treatment
Kiker, J. E.
Kiker, J. E.


section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
El 204 Comins, H. D.............. Plain Concrete
El 120 Comins, H. D.
El 120 Comins, H. D.
El 432 Spangler, B. D ........... Statically Indet
El 432 Spangler, B. D.
El 120 Comins, H. D................ Strength of MI
El 120 Zimpfer, W. H.
El 120 Comins, H. D.
El 224 Bransford, T. L. ......... Civil Engineeri:
El 224 Crabtree, F. H. ............ City and Regio
El 320 Crabtree, F. H.
El 224 Zimpfer, W. H. .......... Soil Mechanics
El 112 Zimpfer, W. H.


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materials Laboratory

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MWF ....................11:40
TTh ........................ 1:40
T .............. 2:40- 5:30
MWF .................. 9:40
F ................ 2:40- 5:30
MW ....................... 9:40
F ................ 2:40- 5:30
MW ...................... 1:40
W ............. 2:40- 5:30
TTh ........................ 1:40
T ............... 9:40-12:30
MW ........................10:40
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To arrange ..............
To arrange ...................


Instructor


Jaffe, T. ......................
Hendrickson, E. R........
Hendrickson, E. R.

Bransford, T. L. ............
Bransford, T. L.

Spangler, B. D. ..........
Spangler, B. D.
Bransford, T. L. ..........
Zimpfer, W. H.
Hendrickson, E. R. ......
Furman, T. deS. ............
Jaffe, T. .....................
Richart, F. E., Jr. ........

Smith, D. B. ..............
Zimpfer, W. H ..............
Kiker, J. E. ..................


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Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor

CPG 501 3
CPG 502 3
CPG 503 3 To arrange ................ E 127
CPG 504 3
CPG 505 3
Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.
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Course Title


Projects in Planning


Course Title

Sewage and Industrial Waste
Treatment
Sewerage

Design in Metals and Timber
Construction Methods & Estimating

Highway Bridges
Industrial and Mill Buildings

Highway Construction & Materials
Advanced Sanitary Engineering
Advanced Sanitary Engineering
Design
Problems in Sanitation
Analysis of Statically Indeterminate
Structures
Stream Sanitation
Advanced Soil Mechanics
Grad. Civil Engineering Seminar
Thesis










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Instructor


CPG 601 To arrange .................. E 127
CPG 602 To arrange .................... E 127
CPG 699 To arrange .............

Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on the course assignment card.


Course Title

Community Planning
Community Planning
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DAIRY SCIENCE


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Mull, L. E ................... Dairy Products Processing


Krienke, W. A., and
Wilkowske, H. H. ......
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Arnold, P. T. D. ...........


Technical Control of Dairy Products
Dairy Industry Review
Milk Production


Krienke, W. A ......... Dairy Technology


DL 203 Marshall, S. P. ............
Wilkowske, H. H. ..........
Becker, R. B. .............

Mull, L. E ..................


Approved Dairy Practice
Problems in Dairy Technology
Milk Secretion
Problems in Milk & Milk Products
Advanced Dairy Cattle Breeding
Problems in Dairy Production
Advanced Dairy Plant Processing
Thesis


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PE 1 Elementary Statistics
PE 1
PE 1 Mills, M. D.
PE 1
PE 1
PE 1 Mills, M. D.
PE 1
PE 1 Jackson, E. L.
PE 1
PE 1
PE 1 Anderson, M. D.
PE 1
PE 1 Jackson, E. L.
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PE 1 Karp, J. R.
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PE 1 Karp, J. R.
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PE 1 Mercer, N. A.
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I 208 Dunn, E. S. .................... Basic Economics
I 208 Fenlon, P.
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I 210 Heskin, O. E.
I 203 Bradbury, R. W.
I 203
I 210 Mercer, N. A.
I 208 Lowe, J. W.
I 202 Heskin, O. E.
I 201 Karp, J. R. ...................... Basic Economics
I 108 Dunn, E. S.
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I 205 Dunn, E. S.
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210 Webb, J. N.
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201 Anderson, J. D.
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210 Quails, L. L.
205 Lowe, J. W.
201 Pendleton, W. C.
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210 Mercer, N. A.
206 Millican, G. N.
210 Mercer, N. A.
206 Lowe, J. W.
208 Tuttle, F. W ..........- Economics History of United States
207 Millican, C. N. ........... Machine Technology in American
Life
208 Shields, M. W ........... Consumer Economics
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208 Shields, M. W.
208 Tuttle, F. W ............... Development of Modern Western
Economy
108 Matthews, C. A -..-- Money and Banking
207 Dolbeare, H. B.
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207 Matthews, C. A.
207 Dolbeare, H, B.
207 Richardson, J. G.
207 Richardson, J. G.
206 Floyd, J. S. .................. Public Finance
206 Donovan, C. H.


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201 Quails, L. L.
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201 Anderson, J. D.
201 Anderson, J. D.
208 Shields, M. W ............ Principles of Foreign Trade
208 Shields, M. W.
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109 Roberts, M. J. ......... Elements of Transportation
109 Roberts, M. J.
109 Fristoe, C. W. ............. Labor Problems
3 Fristoe, C. W.
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114 Gildea, R. Y. .............. Principles of Resource Utilization
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112 Eldridge, J. G. .......... Economic Principles and Problems
202 Heskin, O. E.
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202 Qualls, L. L. ............... Economic Principles and Problems
202 Karp, J. R.
112 Eldridge, J. G.
202 Eldridge, J. G.
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202 Blodgett, R. H. ............ Comparative Economic Systems
202 Blodgett, R. H.
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202 Dolbeare, H. B. ............ Advanced Money and Banking
206 Jackson, E. L ............... Introduction to Business Cycles
206
208 Bradbury, R. W ......... Financial Institutions and Fiscal
Policies of Selected Latin-
American Countries
109 Matthews, C. A. ........ International Finance: Foreign
109 Exchange
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Roberts, M. J ............. Highway Transportation

Fristoe, C. W. .............. Wage Theory and Practice
Donovan, C. H. ........... Problems in State and Local Finance

Dyer, D. R.................. Geography of Transportation
Diettrich, S. deR........ International Economic Relations
Masterpieces in the Social Sciences
Blodgett, R. H............ Comparative Economic Systems
Eldridge, J. G. .-......-- The Development of Economic
Thought
Shirras, G. F. .............. Present-day Schools of Economic
Thought, Part II
Tuttle, F. W. ............ The Development of the American
Economy-1860
Jackson, E. L. .............. Money, Prices and Business Cycles
Dunn, E. S .................... Location of Economic Activity
Heskin, O. E ............. Imperfect Competition
Bradbury, R. W. .......... The Economy of Latin America
Anderson, M. D. ........ Mathematical Economics, Part I
Fristoe, C. W. ............ Labor Economics
Shirras, G. F. .............. Fiscal Policy
Blodgett, R. H .......... Neo-Classical Economics
Thesis
Dissertation


EDUCATION


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EN 105 1 3 MWF ...................11:40
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YN 138 Watkins, L. E. ........... Aspects of Human Growth and
YN 138 Development


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138 Laird, D. S.
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138 Cunningham, M.
138 Watkins, L. E.
138 McLendon, I. R.
140 McLendon, I. R.
150 Watkins, L. E.
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140 Laird, D. S.
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134 Fullagar, W. A., and Principles and Practices of the
McGuire, V.............. Secondary School Program
134 Fullagar, W. A., and
Myers, R.
134 Myers, R.
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134 Fullagar, W. A., and Principles and Practices of the
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Fullagar, W. A., and
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McCracken, J.,
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Mathews, W. B.,
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Hines, V. A ................
McLendon, I. R. ..........
Haines, A., and
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Methods in Vocational Agriculture
Children and Learning

Elementary Statistical Methods
in Education
Educational Psychology
The Practicum
Supervised Teaching in Vocational
Agriculture
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Problems of Instruction
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Measurement and Evaluation
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YN 138 Norman, J. W. ...........
YN 228 Stripling, R. O. ..........
YN 138 Browne, E. B. ..........
YN 140 Scates, D. E. ................
YN 140 Leps, J. M. ...............

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YN 134 Johns, R. L. .............
YN 302 Bergengren, R. ............
YN 142 Bingham, N. E. ............

YN 236 Wiles, K. ...................
YN 134 Baker, M. C. ..............
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YN 236 Cumbee, C. F. ............
YN 140 Leps, J. M .............
YN 140 Hilliard, P. ....................
YN 316 McGuire, V. ..............

YN 236 Johns, R. L.,
Wiles, K., and
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YN 228 Myers, R. ......................
YN 134 Foster, C. R. ................
YN 222 Fordyce, J. W. ............


History of Education
Organization and Administration
of Guidance Programs
The Junior High School Program
Educational Statistics
Organization and Administration
of Secondary Schools
Laboratory Workshop in Curriculum
Development
School Finance and Business Adm.
Individual Work
Problems in Teaching Science in
the Secondary Schools
Methods and Problems of Educa-
tional Supervision
Socio-Economic Foundations of
Education
Problems in Educational Psychology
Legal Phases of Public School Adm.
Modern Practices in Elementary
Education
Workshop in the Language Arts in
the Secondary School
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Supervisory Problems
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Studies in the Secondary School.
Principles of Pupil Guidance
Techniques in Guidance


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138 Carey, J. .....................

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130 Leps, J. M.
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Occupational Information for School
Personnel
Problems in Agricultural Education
Problems in Classroom Teaching
Preparing Course Materials and
Community Programs in Agri-
culture
Laboratory in Corrective Reading
Problems in Reading
Methods and Materials in Secondary
Mathematics
Language Arts in the Elementary
School-Skills
Problems in School Administration
and Supervision
Thesis
The School Plant
Group Process in Education
College Administration
The Work of the Director of Cur-
riculum and Guidance
Individual Study in Curriculum
and Guidance
Contemporary Educational Theories
Practicum in Counseling

Seminar: Education for Today
Problems of the Intern and
Directing Teacher

The Core Program in the Secondary
School
Seminar in General Education for
Colleges
Dissertation






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EL 211 1 3 MWF .................... 7:40 EI 328 Introduction to Electrical Engr.
EL 211 2 3 MWF .................... 8:40 EI 328
EL 211 3 3 MWF .................... 2:40 EI 328
EL 341 3 MWF .................... 7:40 EI 334 Elements of Electrical Engineering
EL 342 1 3 MWF .................... 8:40 EI 420 Elements of Electrical Engineering
EL 342 2 3 MWF ....................11:40 EI 420
EL 342 3 3 TThS .................... 8:40 EI 343
EL 343 3 MWF .................... 8:40 EI 346 Elements of Electrical Engineering
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EL 350 1 1 M ........ 7:00-10:00 pm EI 230 Dynamo Laboratory
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EL 462 1 4 TTh ........................ 8:40 El 334 Ultra High Frequency Technique
F ............................ 2:40 El 334
EL 462 11 M ................ 2:40- 5:30 El 428
EL 462 12 T ................ 9:40-12:30 El 428
EL 462 13 T ................ 2:40- 5:30 EI 428
Students taking EL-466 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
EL 466 1 5 MWF .................... 8:40 EI 334 Communication Engineering
EL 466 2 5 MWF ....................10:40 EI 334
EL 466 11 M .........-.... 1:40- 6:30 EI 450
EL 466 12 T .......... 1:40- 6:30 EI 450
EL 466 13 W ..........-..... 1:40- 6:30 EI 450
EL 466 14 Th .............. 1:40- 6:30 EI 450
EL 468 5 MWF .................... 9:40 EI 346 Electrical Machinery IV
M ................ 1:40- 6:30 EI 230
Students taking EL-472 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, or 14).
EL 472 1 4 MWF ................... 9:40 EI 334 Electrical Engr. Problems (Elec-
EL 472 2 4 MWF ......---.............-- 11:40 EI 334 tronics)
EL 472 11 M ....-........... 2:40- 5:30 EI 446
EL 472 12 T -...-........... 9:40-12:30 EI 446
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Instructor


Course Title



























Dept. Course Section Credit Days


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING-Continued

Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


W .............. 2:40- 5:30
Th ............... 9:40-12:30
MWF ..................11:40
T ............... 2:40- 5:30
TTh ....................... 8:40
W ............... 2:40- 5:30
To arrange ..............

To arrange ...............
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To arrange ...-..............
To arrange ....................
To arrange ...............
To arrange ..................


ENGINEERING MECHANICS


Hours Bldg. Room


Instructor


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Students taking EM-313 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one labo:
EM 313 1 4 MWF ....................10:40 El 430
EM 313 11 M .............. 2:40- 5:30 RE 100
EM 313 12 F ................ 2:40- 5:30 RE 100
Students taking EM-327 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one
EM 327 1 4 MWF .................. 8:40 El 430
EM 327 2 4 MWF ..................11:40 EI 430
EM 327 11 T ................ 2:40- 5:30 RE 100
EM 327 12 Th................ 9:40-12:30 RE 100
SEM 327 13 Th .............. 2:40- 5:30 RE 100

Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.

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ratory (Section 11 or 12).
Fluid Mechanics


laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
Hydraulics


Course Title

Electrical Engr. Problems (Elec-
tronics)
Electrical Engr. Problems (Power)

Advanced Industrial Electronics

Electrical Design & Exper. Pro-
cedure
Electric Network Synthesis
Non Linear Circuits
Electromagnetic Fields & Waves
Statistical Communication Theory
Special Topics in Electrical Engr.
Thesis
Dissertation



Course Title







oDept ursCr
c Dept. Course Section Credit Days


EM 365
EM 365
EM 365
EM 365
EM 365
EM 365
EM 366
EM 366
EM 366
EM 366
EM 367
EM 367
EM 367
EM 367
EM 377
EM 565


ENGINEERING MECHANICS-Continued

Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


1 3 TThS .................... 8:40 EI
2 3 TThS ................... 9:40 EI
3 3 TThS ....................10:40 EI
4 3 TThS ..................11:40 EI
5 3 MWF ................. 1:40 EI
6 3 MWF ................ 1:40 EI
1 3 MWF .................... 8:40 EI
2 3 MWF ................ 9:40 EI
3 3 MWF ....................11:40 EI
4 3 MWF .................... 1:40 EI
1 3 MWF .................. 9:40 EI
2 3 MWF ....................10:40 EI
3 3 MWF ...................11:40 EI
4 3 MWF ............ 1:40 EI
4 MWFS .............. 8:40 EI
3 To arrange ................


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


ENGLISH
Hours Bldg. Room


Instructor


Course Title

Engineering Mechanics-Statics




Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics


Strength of Materials


Mechanics of Materials
Advanced Strength of Materials



Course Title


0 TTh ......... .....10:40 AN 2 Mounts, C. E. ......... Remedial English
Th ........... ....11:40 AN 2
3 MF -........ ....... 2:40 AN 210 Congleton, J. E., and
W ......... 1:40- 3:30 AN 209 Walker, B. H. .......... Effective Writing
3 MWF ................12:40 AN 212 Fogle, S. F .............. Contemporary Reading
3 MWF .... .. 1:40 AN 210 Murphree, A. A. ........ Introduction to the Study
of Literature
1 3 MWF .........-...... 8:40 AN 2 Hart, T. A. E ............. Introduction to the Study
of Literature
2 3 MWF ... .......10:40 AN 210 Robertson, C. A.
3 3 MWF ..........- 2:40 AN 2 Hodges, J. R.
2 TTh ................. 9:40 AN 2 Baughan, D. E. .......... Advanced Composition
3 MWF ..... ....11:40 AN 212 Starr, N. C ................ Literary Masters of America
3 MWF .................. 9:40 AN 212 Stryker, D. .................. Ideas and Themes in Literature
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EH 21

EH 133

EH 134
EH 201

EH 202

EH 202
EH 202
EH 212
EH 215
EH 225






ENGLISH-Continued


Section Credit Days


1 2
2 2
1 3
2 3
3 3
2
3
3
1 3
2 3
3
2
2


EH 444

EH 454


Hours Bldg. Room


TTh ........................ 8:40
TTh ........................ 1:40
MWF ..................12:40
MWF ...................12:40
M ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm
TTh ........................ 9:40
F ............ 7:00-9:30 pm
TThS ....................10:40
MWF ....................11:40
T ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm
MWF .................... 8:40
TTh ........................ 8:40
TTh .......................----11:40

T ............................11:40
and 1 hour to arrange
MWF .................... 7:40
MWF ...................10:40
MWF .................... 1:40
Th ....... 7:00- 9:30 pm
MWF ....................11:40
MWF .....-- -....... .... 9:40
MWF ................10:40
MWF ................... 1:40

MWF ...................-- 8:40
TTh ..................... 10:40
Th ........................ 11:40
T .......... 7:00- 9:30 pm
Th ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm
MWF .................... 9:40

T ............................ 8:40
TTh .................. 9:40
MWF ............... 2:40


AN 212
AN 212
AN 212


Instructor


Boone, L. P. ................
Baughan, D. E.
Clark, W. A. ...............
Childers, W. C.
Clark, W. A.
Ruff, W ...........
Herbert, T. W. ............
Robertson, C. A. ........
Cox, E. H. ..................
Harkness, D. R.
Morris, A. C. .-........
Starr, N. C ................
Bigelow, G. E. ...........

Lytle, A. N. ........-........

Cook, R. A. ................
Stryker, D. .................
Mounts, C. E. ...............
Gehan, F. E. ................
Bowers, R. H. ..........
Starr, N. C ..................
Conner, F. W. ............
Hodges, J. R. ................

Boone, L. P. ................
Pyles, T. ......................

Oras, A. .......................
Lytle, A. N. ................
Congleton, J. E. ...........

Fogle, S. F. ...............

Kirkland, E. C. ...........


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Dept. Course


Course Title

Word Study

Business Communications

The English Novel
Shakespeare
Shakespeare
Modern English Grammar

Ballads and Folksongs
The American Novel
American and British Drama of the
19th Century
Imaginative Writing

Report Writing
Contemporary Literature: Drama
Contemporary Literature: Fiction
Children's Literature
Great Books of the Western World
Principles of Literary Analysis
American Literature
Drama of the Restoration and 18th
Century
History of the English Language
Chaucer

Milton
The Craft of Writing
English Literature of the 18th
Century
The English Romantic Period

English Lierature of the Victorian
Period







ENGLISH-Continued


Hours


SDept.


Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

LI 404 Bowers, R. H ............. Bibliography and Methods of
Research
LI 404 Pyles, T. ...................... Middle English
LI 404 Vowles, R. B. ............ Individual Work
LI 404 Pyles, T. ...................... Beowulf
LI 404 Herbert, T. W ........... Studies in Shakespeare
LI 404
LI 404 Oras, A. ........................ Literary Criticism, Historical and


0 T ................. 3:40- 5:30

3 MWF .................... 9:40
3 To arrange ....................
3 MWF ................... 10:40
3 TTh ........................ 1:40
T ............................ 2:40
3 MWF .................... 1:40

3 To arrange ..................
3 M ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm
3 T .......... 7:00- 9:30 pm
1 Th .......................... 3:40
and 1 hour to arrange
* To arrange ................
* To arrange ..............


Analytical
Studies in Victorian Literature
American Prose
American Poetry
The Teaching of Literature in
College
Thesis
Dissertation


ENTOMOLOGY


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


Instructor Course Title


Students taking
EY 203
EY 203
EY 203
EY 203
EY 203
EY 203
EY 203
EY 203
EY 203


EY-203 will register for one lecture
1 3 MW ........................ 8:40
2 3 MW ........................10:40
3 3 TTh .......................10:40
11 M ................ 1:40- 3:30
12 T .................. 1:40- 3:30
13 T ..................---- 3:40- 5:30
14 W ...............--- 1:40- 3:30
15 Th ----............... 1:40- 3:30
16 F .................. 8:40-10:30


(Section 1, 2, or 3) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, or 16).
FL 308 Economic Entomology
FL 308
FL 308
FL 306
FL 306
FL 306
FL 806
FL 306
FL 306


* Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on the course assignment card.
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Fain, J. T. ....................
Ruff, W ........................
Conner, F. W ................
Morris, A. C. ..............


Course Section Credit Days


EH u500


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ENTOMOLOGY-Continued
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


EY 305 M** .................10:40
EY 311 1 0.5 M ..........................11:40
EY 311 2 0.5 W ............................11:40
EY 311 3 0.5 Th ..........................11:40
EY 411 2 T .......................11:40
T .................. 1:40- 3:30
EY 422 2 T ........................... 8:40
W ................10:40-12:30
Students taking EY-432 will register for the lecture
EY 432 1 3 MW ....................... 8:40
EY 432 11 W ............... 3:40- 5:30
EY 432 12 F .............. 1:40- 3:30
EY 441 3 MW ..................... 9:40
M ................ 3:40- 5:30
Students taking EY-460 will register for the lecture


EY 460
EY 460
EY 460
EY 462
EY 494
EY 503
EY 508


3 Th .........---............. 8:40
TTh ............10:40-12:30
F .................. 1:40- 5:30
2 Th ......................... 9:40
Th ................ 1:40- 3:30
2 F ........... 8:40-12:30
* M** ........................10:40
3 T ............................ 9:40
MTW .......... 1:40- 3:30


FL 308.1
FL 308
FL 308
FL 308
FL 308
Field Lab.
FL 308
Field Lab.
(Section 1) and one laboratory (Section
FL 306
FL 306
Field Lab.
FL 308
FL 306
(Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 1


FL
FL
FL
FL
Field
PC
FL
FL
FL


308
306
306
308
Lab.
308.2
308
308.2


EY 516 3 M** ........ ....10:40 FL 308.2
EY 599 W** ........................10:40 FL 308.1
EY 699 To arrange ...................
Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.
** Other hours to be arranged.


Problems in Entomology
Entomology Seminar

Apiculture
Veterinary Entomology

11 or 12).
Florida Fruit & Vegetable Insects

Plant Quarantine, Inspection &
Control
1 or 12).
Insect Identification

Insect Ecology
Insecticidal Formulations
Problems in Entomology
Comparative Insect Morphology and
Physiology
Advanced Insect Ecology
Research and Thesis
Research and Dissertation


Course Title






FAMILY LIFE


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


FAM 111 2 TTh ........................ 1:40
FAM 112 2 T ............................ 1:40
Th ................ 1:40- 3:30
FAM 113 3 MWF .................... 1:40
FAM 200 3 TTh .......................10:40
Th ..........................11:40
FAM 202 3 MWF .......... 8:40-10:30
FAM 204 3 TTh .--..................... 8:40
Th ................12:40- 2:30
Students registering for FAM-244 will register for one
number).
FAM 244 1 3 MW ..........-..--........ 8:40
FAM 244 2 3 MW ....---....................11:40
FAM 244 21 T ............................ 8:40
FAM 244 22 T ............................11:40
FAM 244 23 Th ......................... 8:40
FAM 244 24 F -------........................... 8:40
FAM 244 25 F .........................11:40
FAM 246 1 3 MWF ....................11:40
FAM 246 2 3 TTh .......................10:40
Th ..........................11:40
FAM 308 3 TTh ........................10:40
Th ..........................11:40
FAM 336 3 TThS ..........10:40-12:30
FAM 391 3 Th ....... 7:00- 9:30 pm
FAM 400 3 MWF .................... 9:40


AE 2
X 13
X 13
AE 2
AE 1
AE 1
E 174
BN 201
BN 307
lecture section


Instructor Course Title

Rockwood, C. A. ........ Personal Development
Hansen, R. C. ............ Textiles and Clothing


Rockwood, C. A. ........
Dillon, R. M., and
Wilkes, J. A. ............
Millican, G. C. ............
Sawyer, E. M. ...........


The Child in the Home

Housing for Families
Home Decoration II
Physics in the Home


(Section 1 or 2) and one discussion section (2 digit section


Ehrmann, W. W. ........
Ehrmann, W. W.
Thomason, O. B.
Thomason, O. B.
Thomason, O. B.
Ehrmann, W. W.
Ehrmann, W. W.
Shields, M. W. ..........

Shields, M. W.
Hom e, E. P. ...............

Hansen, R. C. ............
Gehan, F. E. ................
Rockwood, C. A. ............


Marriage and the Family





Consumer Economics

Genetic Psychology
Fashion Fundamentals
Children's Literature
Seminar in Family Life


FORESTRY


Deft. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


2 MW ......................10:40
2 M ............................12:40
M ................ 1:40- 4:30


Kaufman, C. M. ........ Introduction to Forestry
Smith, R. B. ............... Dendrology of Angiosperms


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FY 220
FY 226


Instructor


Course Title




FORESTRY--Continued


Dept. Course Section Credit


SFY 505

SFY 506

FY 599


Days Hours
MW ........ ............. 8:40
F ............... 1:40- 4:30
TTh ..................... 7:40
F .................. 9:40-12:30
MW ...................... 10:40
M ................ 1:40- 5:30
TTh ........................ 8:40
T .................. 1:40- 3:30
MW ........................ 9:40
S .................. 8:40-12:30
M ............................ 7:40
F .................. 1:40- 6:30
MW ........................ 8:40
F ............................ 8:40
T ............................10:40
T .................. 1:40- 4:30
S ........................... 7:40
F .................. 1:40- 6:30
MW F .................... 8:40
MW F .................. 7:40
F ............................ 8:40
T .................. 1:40- 6:30
W ............................ 9:40
Lab. to arrange ............
MW ............ 1:40- 5:30
MW ............ 1:40- 5:30
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3 To

* To

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arrange ............. ..

arrange ..................

arrange ................


Bldg. Room Instructor


K
K
K
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HT
HT
K
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HT
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HT
HT
HT
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Field
HT
HT
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HT 401

HT 401


Ralston, C. W. ............

Smith, R. B. ...........

Geltz, C. G. ............

Frazer, P. W. ...............

Geltz, C. G. ..............

Beckwith, S. L. ........
Frazer, P. W. ...........
Geltz, C. G. ..............
Huffman, J. B. .........

Swinford, K. R. ............

Miller, J. W. ..................
Herndon, T. G. .........
Beckwith, S. L. ............

Willingham, J. W. ........

Post, D. M. .............
Miller, J. W. ..................
Miller, J. W. ...........
Geltz, C. G. ................
Miller, J. W., and
Smith, R. B ............
Herndon, T. G.,
Kaufman, C. M.,
Ralston, C. W.,
and Swinford, K. R.
Beckwith, S. L. ........

Beckwith, S. L. ........


Course Title
Forest Mensuration

Wood Technology

Reforestation and Nursery

Farm Forestry

Silviculture

Techniques of Wildlife Management

Forest History and Policy
Seminar
Wood Preservation

Forest Management Working Plans

Logging and Lumbering
Forest Economics
Applied Wildlife Management

Forest Photogrammetry

Logging Practice
Milling Practice
Log and Lumber Grades
Research Problems in Silviculture
Research Problems in Wood
Utilization
Research Problems in Forest
Economics and Management

Research Methods in Wildlife
Management
Research Problems in Wildlife
Management
Research and Thesis


* Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.








Dept. Course Section Credit Days


FRENCH
Hours Bldg. Room


Students registering for FH-133 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each from
Sections 10 through 13; Sections 20 through 23; and Sections 30 through 33).
FH 133 1 3 MW ---.................. 8:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J. ............. First-Year French
FH 133 2 3 TTh ........................ 9:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J.
FH 133 10 M ........................... 7:40 AN 9
FH 133 11 M ............................ 8:40 AN 9
FH 133 12 M ............................ 9:40 AN 9
FH 133 13 M ............................10:40 AN 9
FH 133 20 T ............................12:40 AN 9
FH 133 21 T ............................ 1:40 AN 9
FH 133 22 T ............................ 2:40 AN 9
FH 133 23 T ........................... 3:40 AN 9
FH 133 30 W ............................ 4:40 AN 9
FH 133 31 Th .......................... 8:40 AN 9
FH 133 32 Th ..........................12:40 AN 9
FH 133 33 Th -........................ 1:40 AN 9
Students registering for FH-134 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each
from Sections 10 through 17; Sections 20 through 27; and Sections 30 through 37).
FH 134 1 3 MW -- -...... ..-- 7:40 AN 4 Kurth, A. L. ................ First-Year French
FH 134 2 3 TTh .........------.. 8:40 AN 18 Wallace, M. J.
FH 134 3 3 MW ............. 8:40 AN 6 Kurth, A. L.
FH 134 4 3 TTh .................... 9:40 AN 18 Kurth, A. L.
FH 134 5 3 TTh ..-.... ........11:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J.
FH 134 10 M ....---. ......- 12:40 AN 9
PH 134 11 M ........-----.................. 1:40 AN 9
FH 134 12 M .......................-.... 2:40 AN 9
FH 134 18 M ............................ 3:40 AN 9
FH 134 14 T ......------.......... ..... 7:40 AN 9
FH 134 15 T ................-........... 8:40 AN 9
FH 134 16 T ............................10:40 AN 9
FH 134 17 T ............................11:40 AN 9
PH 134 20 T ----........................-- 12:40 AN 9
FH 134 21 T .-----......................... 1:40 AN 9
FH 134 22 T .....................-----...... 2:40 AN 9
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Instructor


Course Title






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

FH 134 23 T ............................ 3:40 AN 9
FH 134 24 T ............................ 4:40 AN 9
FH 134 25 W ............................ 7:40 AN 9
FH 134 26 W ............................ 8:40 AN 9
FH 134 27 W ........................... 9:40 AN 9
FH 134 30 W ............................ 3:40 AN 9
FH 134 31 W ............................ 4:40 AN 9
FH 134 32 Th .......................... 7:40 AN 9
FH 134 33 Th .......................... 9:40 AN 9
FH 134 34 Th ..........................10:40 AN 9
FH 134 35 Th ..........................11:40 AN 9
FH 134 36 Th .......................... 3:40 AN 9
FH 134 37 Th .......................... 4:40 AN 9
Students registering for FH-201 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each
from Sections 10 through 11, Sections 20 through 21, and Sections 30 through 31).
FH 201 1 3 TTh ........................12:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J. ................ Second-Year French
FH 201 10 M ............................ 9:40 AN 9
FH 201 11 M ............................ 4:40 AN 9
FH 201 20 T ............................ 8:40 AN 9
FH 201 21 T ............................11:40 AN 9
FH 201 30 Th .......................... 9:40 AN 9
FH 201 31 F ............................ 7:40 AN 9
Students registering for FH-202 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each
from Sections 10 through 13; Sections 20 through 23; and Sections 30 through 33).
FH 202 1 3 TTh ........................10:40 AN 4 Capretz, P. J. .............. Second-Year French
FH 202 2 3 MW ......---...............12:40 AN 4 Wallace, M. J.
FH 202 10 M ................. 1:40 AN 9
FH 202 11 M .......................... 2:40 AN 9
FH 202 12 M ............................ 3:40 AN 9
. FH 202 13 M ............................ 4:40 AN 9
- FH 202 20 T ............................12:40 AN 9
,~ FH 202 21 T ..-......................... 1:40 AN 9
F FH 202 22 T .----........................... 2:40 AN 9
o FH 202 23 T ............................ 3:40 AN 9
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Dept. Course Section Credit Days


T ............................ 4:40
W ....................... .. 4:40
Th ...........-...-- ..... 9:40
Th ................ ..... 10:40
3 MWF ............ .. 1:40
3 MWF -..... ..... 9:40

3 MWF ....................12:40
3 To arrange .....-..........
3 MWF ...... ...... 8:40
3 To arrange ........


FRENCH-Continued
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


Course Title


AN 4 Kurth, A. L .........--..... Composition and Conversation
AN 7 Capretz, P. J. .............. Introductory Readings in French
Literature and Civilization
LI 408 Kurth, A. L. .....----.. French Tragedy, Comedy and Drama
AN 3-A Capretz, P. J. ................ Individual Work
LI 408 Wallace, M. J. ........... French Classicism
AN 3-A Wallace, M. J. ............- Individual Work
Thesis
GENERAL SCIENCE


Section Credit Days


3
1 3
2 3


Hours Bldg.


TTh ......... 8:40-10:30
TTh ........ 1:40- 3:30
TTh ........10:40-12:30


Room Instructor

150 Bingham, N. E. ...........
150 Piltz, A. ........................
150 Piltz, A.


Course Title

Children's Science
Children's Science


GEOGRAPHY


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


2 T .................. ...... 8:40
TTh ................ 9:40
4 MWF -............... 8:40
T ................. 1:40- 3:30
T ........... .. 3:40- 5:30
3 MWF ................. 7:40
3 TTh ...................10:40
T ................. 1:40- 3:30


115 Dunkle, J. R. .............
115
114 Dunkle, J. R. .............
115 Cross, C. I.
115 Dunkle, J. R.
114 Diettrich, S. deR. ........
107 Pierson, W. H. .......
107


Elements of Physical Geography

Elements of Human Geography

Geography of Florida
Maps, Charts and Graphs


*Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on the course assignment card.
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Dept.

GL
GL
GL


Course

301
302
302


GPY

GPY
GPY
GPY
GPY
GPY


Instructor


Course Title






GEOGRAPHY-Continued


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


GPY 342
GPY 382

GPY 385
GPY 430
GPY 448
GPY 486

GPY 489

GPY 526
GPY 530
GPY 541
GPY 572
GPY 582
GPY 599
GPY 699


Dyer, D. R. .................. Political Geography
Gildea, R. Y. ................ Principles of Resource Utilization


Pierson, W H. ............
Staff ..............................
Pierson, W. H. ............
Cross, C. I. ...................


Geography of South America
Individual Work
Geography of the South
Economic Geography of the Far East


MWF .................... 9:40
T--------- ---------89:40
T ............................ 8:40
TTh ........................ 9:40
MWF .................... 8:40
To arrange ................
MWF ....................10:40
TTh ........................ 7:40
Th .......................... 8:40
MWF ...... ............. 1:40

MWF ......... ...... 2:40
To arrange .............
MWF ..--.......-- ... 3:40
MWF .--........-- ... 9:40

S ............... 8:40-10:30
To arrange ...................
To arrange ....................


GEOLOGY
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Insi

Students registering for GY-203 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and o
GY 203 1 3 TTh ........................10:40 B 102 Rappen
GY 203 11 T ......-...--... 8:40-10:30 B 102 Rappen
GY 203 12 T .................. 2:40- 4:30 B 102 Rappen
GY 204 3 MW ........................10:40 B 102 Edward
F ----..................10:40-12:30 B 102
GY 210 3 TTh ........................ 1:40 B 102 Edward
M ...-......-... 2:40- 5:30 B 102
GY 306 2 TTh ............12:40- 2:30 B 104 Pirkle,

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tructor


Course Title


ne laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
ecker, C ............ Elements of Physical Geology
ecker, C.
ecker, C.
s, R. A. ........... Elements of Historical Geology

s, R. A. ............ Engineering Geology

E. C. .................. Crystallography


Instructor


B 115 Cross, C. I. ................... Economic Geography of the Near
East
B 115 Dyer, D. R. .................... Urban Geography
Staff ................................ Individual Work
B 111 Diettrich, S. deR. ........ Problems in Resource-Use
B 115 Crist, R. E. .................. Advanced Geography of South
America
B 115 Crist, R. E. .................... Seminar in Regional Geography
Staff .............................. Thesis
Staff .............................. Dissertation


Course Title






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

GY 309 3 MW ........................11:40 B 102 Rappenecker, C. ........... Structural Geology
Th .......................... 9:40 B 102
GY 340 2 TTh .......... 7:40- 9:30 B 104 Yoho, W. H ............... Interpretation of Geologic Maps
GY 350 3 MWF ..----.................. 9:40 B 102 Rappenecker, C .......... Ground Water Geology


GERMAN


Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours I


Mldg. Room Instructor Course Title


GN 100 2 TTh .....................12:40 AN 6 Jones, O. F. ................ The German Lied
Students registering for GN-133 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each from
Sections 10 through 13; Sections 20 through 23; and Sections 30 through 33).
GN 133 1 3 TTh ......................11:40 AN 6 Mauderli, M. 0. .......... First-Year German
GN 133 2 3 MW ..................- 7:40 AN 18 Jones, O. F.
GN 133 10 M .......................... 7:40 AN 9
GN 133 11 M .......................... 8:40 AN 9
GN 133 12 M ............................ 9:40 AN 9
GN 133 13 M ..........................11:40 AN 9
GN 133 20 T ............................ 7:40 AN 9
GN 133 21 T .......................... 11:40 AN 9
GN 133 22 W ....................... 7:40 AN 9
GN 133 23 W .......................... 9:40 AN 9
GN 133 30 W ..........................10:40 AN 9
GN 133 31 W .........................12:40 AN 9
GN 133 32 Th .......................... 7:40 AN 9
GN 133 33 Th ..................... 8:40 AN 9
Students registering for GN-133 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each from
Sections 10 through 17; Sections 20 through 27; and Sections 30 through 37).
GN 134 1 3 MW .....................---- ... 8:40 AN 18 Mauderli, M. O........... First-Year German
GN 134 2 3 TTh ...................... 8:40 AN 6 Jones, O. F.
GN 134 3 3 TTh .................----....... 9:40 AN 6 Valk, M. E.
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GERMAN-Continued
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

GN 134 4 3 MW ..-.............10:40 AN 4 Craps, J. E.
GN 134 5 3 MW ............- ..... 2:40 AN 4 Craps, J. E.
GN 134 10 M ................. ... 7:40 AN 9
GN 134 11 M ........................... 8:40 AN 9
GN 134 12 M .........................10:40 AN 9
GN 134 13 M ........................ 11:40 AN 9
GN 134 14 M .........................12:40 AN 9
GN 134 15 M ......................... 1:40 AN 9
GN 134 16 M .......................... 2:40 AN 9
GN 134 17 T ..............-..-...... 9:40 AN 9
GN 134 20 T ................... 2:40 AN 9
GN 134 21 T ........................... 3:40 AN 9
GN 134 22 T .......................... 4:40 AN 9
GN 134 23 W ...........................10:40 AN 9
GN 134 24 W ........................11:40 AN 9
GN 134 25 W .....-....-..............12:40 AN 9
GN 134 26 W ........................ 1:40 AN 9
GN 134 27 W ................--..... 2:40 AN 9
GN 134 30 Th ....................... 7:40 AN 9
GN 134 31 Th ........................ 8:40 AN 9
GN 134 32 Th ..............-........11:40 AN 9
GN 134 33 Th .......................... 3:40 AN 9
GN 134 34 Th ...................... 4:40 AN 9
GN 134 35 F ........................... 7:40 AN 9
GN 134 36 F ........................ 8:40 AN 9
GN 134 37 F ........................ 9:40 AN 9
Students registering for GN-201 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each from
Sections 10 through 11; Sections 20 through 21; and Sections 30 through 31).
GN 201 1 3 MW ...-...... ..... 7:40 AN 6 Valk, M. E. .............. Second-Year German
GN 201 10 M ..................... 7:40 AN 9
a GN 201 11 M ...... ......11:40 AN 9
SGN 201 20 W ................... 1:40 AN 9
GN 201 21 Th ................ 2:40 AN 9
GN 201 30 F ............... .. 7:40 AN 9
' GN 201 31 F ..................10:40 AN 9
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GERMAN-Continued


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


Students registering for GN-202 will register for one lecture section (1 digit number) and three laboratory sections (one each from
Sections 10 through 13; Sections 20 through 23; and Sections 30 through 33).


3 M W ........................ 9:40
3 TTh .............-.........10:40
M ............................ 8:40
M ............................ 9:40
M ............................10:40
M ............................11:40
T ............................ 7:40
T ............................ 4:40
W ............................ 8:40
W ............................ 9:40
W ............- --................10:40
W ............................11:40
W ............................ 3:40
Th .......................... 8:40
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3 MWF ....................--- 11:40

3 MWF ............---- 2:40
3 To arrange ....................
3 TThS ..................... 8:40

3 To arrange ..................


Mauderli, M. 0............. Second-Year German
Craps, J. E.


AN 6 Valk, M. E. ................
AN 7 Valk, M. E ..............

AN 7 Mauderli, M. O ..........
AN 111 Mauderli, M. 0. ..........
LI 408 Craps, J. E. ..................

AN 3-B Jones, O. F. ................


Composition and Conversation
Introductory Readings in German
Literature and Civilization
Studies in German Literature
Individual Work
Great Masters of German Litera-
ture-Kleist
Individual Work


GREEK


Dept. Course Section Credit


Days


Hours Bldg. Room


TTh .......................11:40
MWF .....---...... 10:40
MWF .................... 1:40
To arrange ...................-


AN 18 Brunet, J. .................
AN 7 Brunet, J .................
AN 7 Brunet, J ....................
AN 3-C Brunet, J. ..................


The Greek Element in English
First-Year Greek
Second-Year Greek
Individual Work


Instructor


Course Title


GN 410
GN 430
GN 500

GN 530


GK 105
GK 134
GK 202
GK 430


Instructor


Course Title






HISTORY


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg.


Room Instructor


1 3
2 3
3

3
1 3

2 3

3
1 3
2 3
3 3
4 3
3
3
3
3
3
3

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3

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3
3

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3
3


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MWF ................. 1:40
MWF ................ 2:40

MWF .................. 2:40
MWF .................... 8:40

T .................... 8:40
TTh ........... ....... 9:40
MWF ................... 2:40
MWF .................. 7:40
T ....... .............. ... 8:40
TTh ....................... 9:40
MWF ................ 9:40
MWF ..... ......... 1:40
MWF ..............11:40
MWF ..... .........10:40
MWF ............... 9:40
MWF ... .......... 8:40
MWF ..................10:40
TTh ...................... 10:40
Th ........ .........11:40
MWF ....... .......11:40
TTh ........................10:40
Th ............ ....... 11:40
MWF ............... 10:40
TTh .......................10:40
Th ..........................11:40
T .......... .......... 8:40
TTh ................... 9:40
M ........ 7:40-10:00 pm
TThS ............... 8:40
MWF ---....... ..10:40


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109 Patrick, R. W. ............
109 Proctor, S.
109 Glunt, J. D. ...................

114 Harrison, J. A. ..........
114 Funk, A. L. ..............

114 Payne
114
112 Baringer, W. E ............
112
112 Glunt, J. D.
112
114 Thompson, A. W.
112 Doherty, H. J.
114 Groth, J. H. ................
114 Hammond, A. E. ........
112 Funk, A. L. ................
109 Payne, A. N. ................
109 Worcester, D. E. .......
109 Dowd, D. L. ..................
109
109 Harrison, J. A. ............
112 Proctor, S. ....................
112
112 Bentley, G. R. ...............
114 McAlister, L. N. ........
114
109 Worcester, D. E. ........
109
13 Hanna, P. L. ..............
418 Hammond, A. E ............

418 Dowd, D. L. ..............


Course Title


Florida History Since 1860
The Growth of American De-
mocracy
History of World Civilizations to
1650
History of World Civilizations Since
1650

United States History to 1865
United States History Since 1865



Ancient Civilizations
The Late Middle Ages
Twentieth Century Europe
English History, 1689 to the Present
Modern Latin American History
History of Modern France
Modern Russia and the U.S.S.R.
Contemporary United States History

The New South
Mexico and the Caribbean Area

The Plata Region
Masterpieces in the Social Sciences
Directed Study in the Later Middle
Ages
The Age of Conflicting Imperialisms
and Ideologies










3 To arrange ....................
3 TThS ...................... 10:40
3 MWF .................. 9:40

3 TThS ....................11:40
3 M ........ 7:30-10:00 pm
3 M ........ 7:30-10:00 pm
3 Th ........ 7:30-10:00 pm
* To arrange ..................
To arrange .................


Course Title


Staff ............................ Individual Work
LI 418 Payne, A. N. ................ The Stuart Period
LI 418 Baringer, W. E......... Seminar in United States History,
1830-1876
LI 418 Glunt, J. D. ............... Seminar in the South
PE 104 Patrick, R. W............. Seminar in Recent Florida History
LI 418 Worcester, D. E ......... Seminar in Latin-American History
LI 418 McAlister, L. N. ......... Directed Reading in Latin-American
History
Staff ............................ Thesis
Staff ............................ Dissertation


HORTICULTURE


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


HE 201

Students taking
HE 212
HE 212
HE 212
HE 212
HE 331

Students taking
HE 341
HE 341
HE 341
HE 352


3 TTh ........................ 8:40
M .............. 1:40- 3:30
HE-212 will register for the lecture
1 3 TTh ....................... 9:40
11 M ................ 3:40- 5:30
12 T .................. 3:40- 5:30
13 Th .............. 3:40- 5:30
3 T ....... ..............11:40
W ................ 1:40- 5:30
HE-341 will register for the lecture
1 3 TTh ................. 10:40
11 W ................ 1:40- 3:30
12 W ................ 3:40- 5:30
3 MW .................. 11:40
M ................ 3:40- 5:30


FL 209 Wolfe, H. S. .............. Principles of Horticulture
FL 209
(Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, or 13).
FL 108 Stout, G. J. .............. Vegetable Gardening
VF
VF
VF
FL 209 Vilece, R. J. .................. Fruit and Vegetable Processing
VL
(Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
FL 1Q8 Ziegler, L. W .............. Citrus Growing
FL 209
FL 209
FL 209 Parvin, P. E ................. Basic Floriculture
GH


* Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on the course assignment card.
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Course Section Credit Days


HISTORY--Continued
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


HY 530
HY 536
HY 550
HY 554
HY 556
HY 577
HY 580

HY 599
HY 699


Instructor


Course Title






HORTICULTURE-Continued


Dept. Course Section Credit


Students taking
HE 436
HE 436
HE 436
HE 442
HE 503
HE 520
HE 570
HE 599
HE 699


Hours Bldg. Room


3 WF ..................... 8:40
T .................. 3:40- 5:30
8 TTh ........................ 9:40
M ................ 1:40- 3:30
3 MW ....................... 9:40
F ................. 1:40- 3:30
3 MWF .................... 10:40
3 F .......................... 7:40
MW ............ 7:40- 9:30
3 F ........................... 8:40
TW .............. 1:40- 3:30
3 TTh ....................... 8:40
T .................. 1:40- 3:30
HE-436 will register for the lecture
1 3 TTh ........................ 8:40
11 M .............. 1:40- 3:30
12 M .............. 3:40- 5:30
3 TTh ....................10:40
F ................. 1:40- 3:30
1 F .......................... 9:40
8 MW ............... 9:40
T .................. 1:40- 3:30
To arrange ....................
To arrange ...................
To arrange ..................


FL
FL
FL
GH
FL
VF
FL
FL
FL
FL
GH
FL
GH
(Section
FL
FL
FL
FL
GH
FL
FL
FL


Instructor

Wolfe, H. S. ..................

Watkins, J. V. ..............

Stout, G. J. ................
Wolfe, H. S ..............
Watkins, J. V. .............

Watkins, J. V. ..............
Parvin, P. E. ..............


Course Title

Deciduous Fruits

Nursery Operations

Commercial Truck Crops

Minor Tropical Fruits
Ornamental Horticulture

Advanced Ornamental Horticulture

Flower Shop Management


1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
108 Ziegler, L. W. ................ Citrus Culture
108
209
209 Parvin, P. E. .............. Commercial Floriculture

209 Stout, G. J ............... Horticulture Seminar
104 Ziegler, L. W ............ Citrus Production Management
209
Research
Thesis
Dissertation


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


f IN

*Sh


INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


3 M ........................... 8:40
WF ........... 8:40-10:30 YN


20 Strickland, T. W.


Course Title


.......... General Shop II


* Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.
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INDUSTRIAL ARTS EDUCATION-Continued


Hours Bldg. Room


IN 102 1 3 M ............................10:40
WF ..............10:40-12:30
IN 102 2 3 TF ...... 7:00- 9:30 pm
IN 104 3 T .......................... 10:40
TTh ............11:40- 1:30
IN 305 3 M ............................12:40
WF ..............12:40- 2:30
IN 312 8 M ........................... 1:40
WF .............. 1:40- 3:30
IN 313 1 3 M ............................ 8:40
WF -.......... 8:40-10:30
IN 313 2 3 ThF .... 7:00- 9:30 pm
IN 314 3 T ........................... 7:40
TTh ............ 8:40-10:30
IN 364 3 MWF ................. 8:40
IN 402 3 T ....--...-.............. 7:40
TTh ......... 8:40-10:30
IN 416 3 M ..... .............. 10:40
WF ......... 10:40-12:30
IN 422 3 T .......~................10:40
TTh ............11:40- 1:30
IN 506 3 Th ....... 7:00- 9:30 pm

IN 523 3 M......... 7:00- 9:30 pm

IN 534 3 T ... .. 7:00- 9:30 pm


20
20
304A
304A
20
20
304B
304B
304B
304B
304B
22
22
302
304A
304A
304B
304B
22
22
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302

302


Dept. Course Section Credit


Course Title


Instructor


Strickland, T. W. .......
Capron, H.
Strickland, T. W. ......

Capron, H. ................

Bergengren, R. F ....

Kurth, E. L ............

Kurth, E. L.
Shackelford, R. W...

Staff ... ........
Meyer, H. K. ..........

Meyer, H. K. ............

Shackelford, R. W ...

Meyer, H. K ............

Williams, W. R .....

Bergengren, R. F ....


INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title

............... 8:40 El 343 Kleinschmidt, A. C. .... Plant Development and Operation
...............10:40 El 312 Kleinschmidt, A. C. .... Job Evaluation
............. 9:40 El 312 Wilcox, D. B. ............ Engineering Economic Analysis
.............. 8:40 El 312 Wilcox, D. B. .............. Specifications, Engineering Relations
& Industrial Safety
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.. Elementary Woodwork

.. Advanced Mechanical Drawing

. Design & Construction in Wood

.. Elementary School Handcrafts

. Handcrafts

.. Art Metal Design & Construction

. Laboratory Planning & Maintenance
. Problems in Architectural Drawing

..Handcrafts Problems

SMachine Shop Practice

.. History & Philosophy of Industrial
& Vocational Education
.. School Shop Planning & Equipment
Selection
.. Handcrafts Seminar


Course

322
370
460
463


Section Credit

3
2
3
1 3


Days

MWF ...
TTh .......
MWF ...
MWF ...


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---INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING-Continued
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


IG 463
IG 463
IG 463
Students taking
IG 470
IG 470
IG 470
IG 472
IG 472
Students taking
IG 477
IG 477
IG 477
IG 479
IG 561
IG 563
IG 599


2 3
3 3
4 3
IG-470 will
1 4
11
12
1 2
2 2
IG-477 will
1 3
11
12


MW F .................... 9:40
MW F ....................10:40
TThS .................... 9:40
register for the lecture
MW F .................... 1:40
W ................ 2:40- 5:30
F .................. 2:40- 5:30
TTh .......................10:40
TTh ........................ 1:40
register for the lecture
TTh ........................ 8:40
T .................. 2:40- 5:30
Th ................ 2:40- 5:30
T ............................ 1:40
To arrange ....................
To arrange ....................
To arrange ...................


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


El
El
El
(Section
EI
El
EI
El
EI
El
(Section
El
El
El
El
El
El


343
343
343
1) and
312
312
312
343
343
1) and
312
321
321
321
321
321


Eshleman, S. K.
Eshleman, S. K.
Eshleman, S. K.
one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
Wilcox, D. B. ................ Plant Location and Layout
Wilcox, D. B.
Wilcox, D. B.
Kephart, R. C............... Human Engineering
Kephart, R. C.
one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
Kromp, C. M. ................ Time and Motion Study
Kromp, C. M.
Kromp, C. M.
Martinson, E. P. ........ Industrial Engineering Semi
Kleinschmidt, A. C. ... Advanced Shop Layout an
Gregg, R. -..................... Management Training


INTERIOR DESIGN
Hours Bldg. Room Instructor


IR 202 3 MWF .......... 8:40-10:30 E 174
IR 301 3 MTWThF .. 8:40-10:30
IR 302 3 TTh ........................10:40 E 174
IR 303 3 12 hours to arrange ..-
IR 304 3
IR 311 31 MTWThF -. 8:40-10:30
IR 312 3 TTh ........................10:40 E 174
IR 313 3 12 hours to arrange ....
IR 314 3 J

Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.
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inar
d Design


Thesis



Course Title

Home Decoration II

Projects in Interior Design,
Group 1


Projects in Interior Design,
Group 2


Course Title






INTERIOR DESIGN-Continued


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours Bldg. Room


Instructor


3 MTWThF .. 8:40-10:30
3 TTh ........................10:40 E
3 12 hours to arrange ....
3 J
31 MTWThF .. 8:40-10:30
3 TTh ........................10:40 E
3 12 hours to arrange ....
3 J


Course Title


Projects in Interior Design,
Group 3


Projects in Interior Design,
Group 4


Dept. Course Setlein Credit Days


JOURNALISM
Hours Bldg. Room


2 T ...........................10:40
T ...............11:40- 1:30
Th ...............11:40- 1:30
3 MWF ..................12:40
3 MW ....................... 1:40
W ............... 2:40- 5:30
3 T ........................... 8:40
Th ............... 8:40-10:30
Th................ 1:40- 3:30
3 TTh ........................ 8:40
M ............... 2:40- 5:30
W ............... 2:40- 5:30
3 MWF .................... 11:40
3 TTh .......................11:40
F .................. 1:40- 4:30
3 MWF ...................10:40
S MWF ................. 8:40
3 MWF ................... 9:40
3 M ............................ 7:40
9 hours to arrange ........
4 TTh ..................10:40
T ................. 1:40- 5:30


Jones, J. P. ........... Introduction to Journalism

Emig, E. J. .................. History and Principles of Journalism
Jones, J. P. ................ Elementary Reporting
Jones, J. P. ................... Magazine Writing and Editing

Lowry, W. L .........-....... Typography

Seil, M. D. .................... Newspaper Management
Hanna, E. C................ Radio Advertising


Emig, E. J. ..................
Lowry, W. L. ...........
Seil, M. D. ..............
Weimer, R. O. ............


Public Opinion
Law of Press and Radio
Public Relations
Applied Journalism


K 103 Weimer, R. O. ........... Advanced Editing
K 103
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Instructor


Course Title








Dept. Course Section Credit Days


JOURNALISM-Continued
s Hours Bldg. Boom Instructor


3 S .......................... 9:40 K
2 hours to arrange ........
3 S ...........................10:40 K
2 hours to arrange .......
3 S ......................... 11:40 K
2 hours to arrange .....
LANDSCAPE


Days Hours

MTWThF .. 8:40-10:301
TTh .....................10:40
12 hours to arrange ....

MTWThF .. 8:40-10:30
TTh .................10:40
12 hours to arrange ....

MTWThF .. 8:40-10:30
TTh .....................10:40
12 hours to arrange ....

MTWThF .. 8:40-10:30
TTh ........................10:40
12 hours to arrange ....


Days Hours

MWF .................... 8:40
MWF ..................11:40
MWF ................... 3:40

To arrange ....................


Bldr.


Dept. Course

LAE 301
LAE 302
LAE 303
LAE 304
LAE 311
LAE 312
LAE 313
LAE 314
LAE 401
LAE 402
LAE 403
LAE 404
LAE 411
LAE 412
LAE 413
LAE 414


Emig, E. J. ................

Seil, M. D ...........


ARCHITECTURE
Room Instructor


3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3


E



E



E



E




Bld.

AN
AN
AN

AN


JM 504


Course Title

First-Year Latin
Second-Year Latin
Selections from Correspondence of
Cicero and Pliny the Younger
Individual Work


Section C


credit


Course Title


Special Studies in Newspaper
Production
History of Journalism

Problems in Public Relations



Course Title


Projects in Landscape Architecture,
Group 1


Projects in Landscape Architecture,
Group 2


Projects in Landscape Architecture,
Group 3


Projects in Landscape Architecture,
Group 4


Instructor

Colton, R. E. ...............
Colton, R. E. ...............
Colton, R. E. ...............

Brunet, J. ....................


127



127


LATIN
Room

7
4
7

3-C


Section Credit

3
3
3

3


Dept.

LN
LN
LN

LN


Course

134
202
406

430






LAW

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

LW 401 3 WThF ...................10:40 LW 201 Fenn, H. A., and
Glicksberg, M. ........ Contracts I
LW 402 1 2 ThF ................... 11:40 LW 201 Mautz, R. B. .............. Contracts II
LW 402 2 2 ThF ................. 8:40 LW 201 Mautz, R. B.
LW 403 2 MT ...................... 1:40 LW 201 Clark, V. W ........-........ Criminal Law & Procedure I
LW 404 1 2 ThF .......... ..... 8:40 LW 203 Clark, V. W. .................. Criminal Law & Procedure II
LW 404 2 2 ThF ......................11:40 LW 203 Clark, V. W.
LW 405 2 ThF --..... ....... 8:40 LW 104 Maloney, F. E............. Introduction to Equity
LW 406 3 MTW -.... ....... 1:40 LW 120 Stephens, R. B ........ Introduction to Public Law
LW 407 2 WTh ..................... 1:40 LW 104 Yonge, P. K. ................ Introduction to Judicial Adm.
LW 408 2 ThF ................... 1:40 LW 120 Richardson, Mautz,
Miller, Glicksberg, Introduction to Legal Research
Krastin and Scoles and Writing
LW 409 3 MTW .......... 8:40 LW 104 Day, J. W., and
Dighton, J. N ........ Introduction to Property
LW 410 1 3 MTW ............ 8:40 LW 201 Black, K. L. .............. Estates and Trusts I
LW 410 2 3 MTW ...............11:40 LW 201 Black, K. L.
LW 411 2 MT ...................10:40 LW 104 Hunter, W. A .......... Torts I
LW 412 1 3 MTW ...... .......11:40 LW 203 Maloney, F. E. ........... Torts II
LW 412 2 3 MTW ................ 8:40 LW 203 Maloney, F. E.
LW 501 3 ThFS .............. 9:40 LW 201 Delony, D. .................... Commercial Transactions I
LW 502 2 MT ..................10:40 LW 203 Delony, D. .............. Commercial Transactions II
LW 503 3 MTW ................... 9:40 LW 201 Mautz, R. B.......... Business Organizations
LW 504 3 ThFS .................... 9:40 LW 104 Slagle, D. .................... Private Corporations
LW 505 2 MT .................10:40 LW 304 Clark, V. W. ............. State and Local Taxation
LW 506 2 MT ..................... 9:40 LW 203 Stephens, R. B. ............ Estate and Gift Taxation
LW 507 4 WThFS ......... 10:40 LW 203 Yonge, P. K. ............ Pleading and Jurisdiction
LW 508 4 WThFS .............10:40 LW 104 TeSelle, C. J. .............. Evidence
LW 509 3 MTW .............. 7:40 LW 104 Day, J. W. .................... Acquisition of Real Property
LW 510 2 MT .......... ........ 1:40 LW 104 Scoles, E. F. ................ Fiduciary Administration I
LW 552 2 ThF .................. 7:40 LW 104 Day, J. W. .............. Abstracts
LW 554 2 ThF ...... .......... 8:40 LW 304 Macdonald, W. D ........ Estates & Trusts II
LW 572 2 TW ................... 2:40 LW 104 Krastin, K. .................... Domestic Relations
LW 574 2 ThF ........... ....11:40 LW 304 Dighton, J. N............ Advanced Equity
LW 605 2 ThF ....... ......... 9:40 LW 203 Stephens, R. B. ........ Income Taxation
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LW 609
LW 612
LW 631
LW 632
LW 641
LW 642
LW 644
LW 653
LW 663
LW 669
LW 671
LW 672
LW 675
LW 677
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LW 692
LW 696

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MTW ...................11:40
ThF .......................11:40
WThF .................... 9:40
MTW ....................11:40
Alt. M .. 8:00-10:00 pm
ThF ........................ 8:40
MTW .................... 8:40
WTh ...................... 1:40
TW ....................... 8:40
MT ........................ 9:40
MT ....................... 9:40
WThF .................... 1:40
MT ....................... 1:40
MT ...................... 10:40
ThF ........................10:40
MT ........................ 2:40
MT ........................ 1:40
W ................ 2:40- 4:30
Th ..........7:00-10:00 pm
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To arrange ..................
Alt. T .. 8:00- 9:50 pm
MT ........................ 3:40


LW 304 Glicksberg, M. .............
LW 104 TeSelle, C. J. ................
LW 304 Scoles, E. F. ..............
LW 104 Dighton, J. N. ..............
Fenn, H. A. ...........
LW 202 Black, K. L. .............-..
LW 304 Krastin, K. .............
LW 203 Miller, G. J ..................
LW 202 Slagle, D. ...................
LW 104 TeSelle, C. J .. ............-
LW 304 Macdonald, W. D. ........
LW 201 Delony, D. ..............
LW 203 Macdonald, W. D. ......
LW 201 Slagle, D. ....................
LW 304 Richardson, J. R. .........
LW 201 Richardson, J. R. ..........
LW 202 Hunter, William A.. -
LW 201 Black, K. L. ................
LW 120 Hunter, William A ....
Miller, Mautz, and
Glicksberg ................
Scoles, E. F. ................
LW 104 Miller, G. ................
LW 201 Miller, G. J ................


U. S. & Fla. Constitutional Law
Pre-trial and Trial Procedure
Conflict of Laws
Future Interests
Legal Ethics
Insurance
Creditors' Rights
Judgment and Appeals
Federal Jurisdiction
Trial Techniques
Mortgages
Labor Law
International Law
Admiralty
Damages
Office Practice
Patents and Copyrights
Estates Planning Seminar
Practice Court

Law Review
Advanced Legal Research
Legal Philosophy Seminar
Legislative Drafting Seminar


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LIBRARY SCIENCE


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TTh ........................10:40
M ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm
To arrange ...................


LI 454
LI 454


Pearce, M. W. ............
Knox, M. E. ..................


History of Books and Printing
Library Administration
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1 4 MWThF ................ 7:40 WA 209
2 4 MWThF ................ 8:40 WA 209
3 4 MTWF ............... 9:40 WA 209
4 4 MWThF ..............10:40 WA 209
5 4 MWThF ................11:40 PE 11
6 4 MWThF ................11:40 WA 209
7 4 MTWF ................ 1:40 WA 209
8 4 MTWF ........... 1:40 PE 10
9 4 MTWF .................. 2:40 PE 10
10 4 MTWF .................. 3:40 PE 10
1 4 MTWF ................. 7:40 PE 101
2 4 MTWF ................ 7:40 PE 102
3 4 MTWF ................ 8:40 PE 101
4 4 MTWF ................ 8:40 PE 102
5 4 MTWF .................. 8:40 PE 11
6 4 MTWF ................. 8:40 PE 10
7 4 MTWF ................ 9:40 PE 101
8 4 MTWF ................10:40 PE 11
9 4 MTWF .................10:40 PE 101
10 4 MTWF .................11:40 PE 101
11 4 MTWF ..................11:40 PE 102
12 4 MTWF .................12:40 X 3
13 4 MTWF ................12:40 PE 101
14 4 MTWF -.................12:40 PE 102
15 4 MTWF .................. 1:40 PE 102
16 4 MTWF ............... 1:40 PE 101
17 4 MTWF ............. 1:40 PE 11
18 4 MTWF .................. 2:40 PE 101
19 4 MTWF ............ 2:40 PE 102
20 4 MTWF ............... 3:40 PE 11
21 4 MTWF .................. 3:40 PE 101
1 3 MWF .................... 7:40 PE 10
2 3 MWF .................. 7:40 PE 11
3 3 TTh ................... 7:40 PE 10
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4 3 TTh ....................... 7:40 PE 11
Th ......................... 8:40 PE 11
5 3 MWF .................... 9:40 PE 11
6 3 TTh ..................... 9:40 PE 11
Th ........................ 10:40 PE 11
7 3 MWF ...................12:40 PE 11
8 3 MWF .................... 2:40 PE 11
9 3 MWF .................... 3:40 PE 4
3 MWF ................ 3:40 X 3
3 MWF .................... 9:40 PE 10
3 TThS ................. 9:40 PE 10

3 MWF .................. 7:40 WA 207
3 MWF ..................10:40 WA 207
3 MWF ..................12:40 WA 209
1 4 MTWF ................ 7:40 WA 211
2 4 MWThF ................ 8:40 WA 211
3 4 MTWF .................10:40 WA 211
4 4 MWThF ..............11:40 WA 211
5 4 MTWF .................12:40 WA 211
6 4 MTWF .................. 1:40 WA 211
7 4 MTWF ................ 3:40 PE 7
1 4 MTWF .................. 7:40 X 3
2 4 MTWF ................. 8:40 X 3
3 4 MTWF .................. 9:40 PE 102
4 4 MTWF .................10:40 PE 102
5 4 MTWF ...............10:40 X 3
6 4 MTWF ..................11:40 X 3
7 4 MTWF .................. 1:40 X 3
8 4 MTWF ................ 2:40 WA 209
9 4 MTWF ................. 3:40 WA 211
3 MWF .................. 2:40 WA 211
3 MWF .................... 2:40 WA 207
F ......................... 3:40 WA 207
3 MWF .................. 1:40 WA 207
3 MWF ................. 2:40 X 3
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Arithmetic for Teachers
Mathematics of Finance
Essential Mathematics for
Applied Statistics
Statistical Methods
Advanced General Mathematics
Advanced General Mathematics
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Integral Calculus







Intermediate Calculus
Graphical and Numerical Analysis
Advanced Trigonometry
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MS 415 3 MWF .................. 3:40 PE 102
MS 420 3 MWF .................... 8:40 WA 207
MS 421 3 MWF ................. 9:40 X 3

MS 422 3 TThS ..--.............. 9:40 X 3
MS 423 3 TThS ................... 9:40 WA 207

MS 431 3 MWF ................. 9:40 WA 207
MS 502 3 TThS ....-.............. 7:40 WA 207
MS 512 3 TThS ................... 8:40 WA 207
MS 515 3 TTh ......................10:40 WA 207
Th .........................11:40 W A 207
MS 520 3 MWF ................11:40 WA 207
MS 522 3 T .........................11:40 WA 207
TTh .....................12:40 WA 207
MS 530 3 To arrange ....................
MS 534 3 MWF ................ 3:40 WA 209
MS 540 3 TThS .................. 9:40 WA 211
MS 546 3 MWF ...............12:40 WA 207
MS 552 3 MWF ..............12:40 PE 10
MS 556 3 T ........ ................11:40 PE 11
TTh ....................12:40 PE 11
MS 560 3 MWF .............. 9:40 WA 211
MS 562 3 T .........................11:40 WA 209
TTh ........................12:40 WA 209
MS 590 To arrange .........
MS 599 To arrange .........-
MS 699 To arrange ..................

Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on the course assignment card.


Elementary Theory of Numbers
Differential Equations
Higher Mathematics for
Engineers and Physicists
Higher Mathematics for
Engineers and Physicists
Higher Mathematics for
Engineers and Physicists
College Geometry
Vector Analysis
Introduction to Higher Algebra
Theory of Numbers
Advanced Statistics
Finite Difference and
Interpolation
Individual Work
Analytic Projective Geometry
Fourier Series
Mathematical Theory of
Elasticity
Advanced Topics in Calculus
Functions of a Complex Variable

Functions of Real Variables
General Topology

Special Topics
Thesis
Dissertation


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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING


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1 2 MF ............. 7:40- 9:30 EI 516
W ............................ 8:40 EI 512
2 2 MF ............ 9:40-11:30 EI 516
W ....................... 9:40 EI 512
3 2 MF .............. 1:40- 3:30 EI 516
W ............................ 1:40 EI 512
4 2 MF ............. 3:40- 5:30 EI 516
W .......................... 3:40 EI 512
5 2 T ................. 7:40- 9:30 EI 516
Th ................ 7:40-10:30 EI 516
6 2 T .................. 9:40-12:30 EI 516
Th .............. 10:40-12:30 EI 516
1 2 MF .......... 7:40- 9:30 EI 518
W .......................... 7:40 EI 518
2 2 MF .............. 9:40-11:30 EI 518
W ....................... ..... 9:40 EI 518
3 2 MF ..............11:40- 1:30 EI 518
W ............................11:40 EI 518
4 2 T .................. 7:40-10:30 EI 518
Th ................ 7:40- 9:30 EI 518
5 2 T ..................10:40-12:30 EI 518
Th ................ 9:40-12:30 EI 518
6 2 MF .............. 7:40- 9:30 EI 522
W ............................ 7:40 EI 522
7 2 MF .............. 9:40-11:30 EI 522
W ............................ 9:40 EI 522
8 2 MF ..............11:40- 1:30 EI 522
W -.......................11:40 EI 522
9 2 T .................. 7:40- 9:30 EI 522
Th ........... 7:40-10:30 EI 522
10 2 T ............... 9:40-12:30 EI 522
Th .............10:40-12:30 EI 522
11 2 MF .............. 7:40- 9:30 EI 512
W ............................ 7:40 EI 512
12 2 MF .............. 9:40-11:30 EI 512
W ...........................10:40 EI 512
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i' ML 182 13 2 MF ..............11:40- 1:30 El 512
W ............................11:40 El 512
ML 182 14 2 MF .............. 1:40- 3:30 EI 512
W ............................ 2:40 EI 512
ML 182 15 2 MF .............. 3:40- 5:30 EI 512
W ............................ 4:40 EI 512
ML 182 16 2 T .................. 7:40- 9:30 EI 512
Th................ 7:40-10:30 EI 512
ML 282 1 3 TTh ........................ 8:40 EI 440 Mechanism and Kinematics
M ................ 2:40- 5:30 EI 518
ML 282 2 3 TTh ........................ 9:40 EI 440
W ................ 2:40- 5:30 EI 518
ML 282 3 3 TTh ........................10:40 EI 440
F ................ 2:40- 5:30 EI 518
ML 282 4 3 MW ........................ 1:40 EI 440
F .... ........... 2:40- 5:30 EI 522
ML 283 1 3 MW ........................ 1:40 EI 521 Elementary Design
M ................ 2:40- 5:30 EI 522
ML 283 2 3 TTh ........................ 1:40 EI 521
T .................. 2:40- 5:30 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, 12, or 13).
ML 384 1 3 TTh ........................ 8:40 EI 420 Metallography & Heat Treatment
ML 384 11 M ................ 2:40- 5:30 EI 550
ML 384 12 T .................. 2:40- 5:30 EI 550
ML 384 13 F .................. 2:40- 5:30 EI 550
ML 385 1 3 MWF ....................11:40 EI 521 Thermodynamics I
ML 385 2 3 TThS .................... 8:40 EI 521
ML 385 3 3 MWF .................... 9:40 EI 521
ML 385 4 3 TThS .................... 9:40 EI 521
ML 386 3 MWF ....................10:40 EI 440 Power Engineering
ML 387 1 1 M ............... 1:40- 5:30 WA 103 Mechanical Laboratory I
ML 387 2 1 T .................. 1:40- 5:30 WA 103
ML 387 3 1 W ................ 1:40- 5:30 WA 103
ML 387 4 1 Th ................ 1:40- 5:30 WA 103
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F ................. 1:40- 5:30
T ................. 1:40- 5:30
W ............... 1:40- 5:30
M ............... 1:40- 5:30
MWF ................... 8:40
TThS .................... 10:40
F ........................... 1:40
F ........................... 1:40
MWF .................11:40
MWF ................... 8:40
M ....-.......... 1:40- 5:30
F ............... 1:40- 5:30
T ............... 1:40- 5:30
W ............ 1:40- 5:30


Mechanical Laboratory II

Thermodynamics II
Seminar
Seminar
Internal Combustion Engines
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Internal Combustion Engine Lab.

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning
Lab.


Students taking ML-489 will register for one lecture (Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11, 12, 13, 14, or 15).
ML 489 1 3 TTh ........................10:40 EI 328 Manufacturing Operations I
ML 489 2 3 TTh ......................11:40 EI 328
ML 489 11 M ................ 2:40- 5:30 F 103
ML 489 12 T ................ 2:40- 5:30 F 103
ML 489 13 W ................ 2:40- 5:30 F 103
ML 489 14 F .................. 2:40- 5:30 F 103
ML 489 15 Th .............. 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 521 Manufacturing Operations II
ML 490 11 M ............. 2:40- 5:30 BA 103
ML 490 12 W ................ 2:40- 5:30 BA 103
ML 490 13 Th........... 2:40- 5:30 BA 103
ML 491 4 MWF .................. 9:40 EI 440 Machine Design I
T ................ 2:40- 5:30 EI 522
ML 492 3 To arrange ............... P'- Machine Design II
ML 587 3 To arrange .... .. ...... Advanced Refrigeration
ML 591 3 To arrange .................... Gas Turbines and Jet Engines
ML 599 To arrange .................... Thesis
Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.


Instructor


Course Title







METEOROLOGY


Days


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" MTY
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Instructor


Course Title


BN 201 Bunting, D. C .............. General Meteorology
BN 203


MILITARY SCIENCE-AIR FORCE ROTC


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Hours Bldg. Room


Th................ 2:40- 4:30 Field
MW ........................ 7:40 MI
MW ........................ 7:40 MI
MW ........................ 8:40 MI
MW ........................ 8:40 MI
MW ........................ 9:40 MI
MW -.................... 9:40 MI
MW .......................10:40 MI
MW ........................10:40 MI
MW ........................11:40 MI
MW ........................11:40 MI
MW ........................12:40 MI
MW ....................... 1:40 MI
MW ........................ 2:40 MI
TTh .................- ..... 7:40 MI
TTh .....---............... 7:40 MI
TTh ..................... 8:40 MI
TTh ...................... 8:40 MI
TTh ........................ 9:40 MI
TTh ................ 9:40 MI
TTh ......................10:40 MI
TTh ......................10:40 MI
TTh .....................11:40 MI
TTh ........................11:40 MI
TTh .....................12:40 MI
TTh ....................... 1:40 MI
MW ........................ 7:40 MI
MW ....................... 7:40 MI
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9 Cox, W. C .................... First Year Basic AFROTC
11 Cox, W. C.
9 Cox, W. C.
11 Cox, W. C.
9 Cox, W. C.
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9 Cox, W. C.
11 Cox, W. C.
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9 Cox, W. C.
11 Cox, W. C.
9 Cox, W. C.
11 Cox, W. C.
11 Cox, W. C.
11 Cox, W. C.
22 Gillon, O. G., Jr ....... Second Year Basic AFROTC
26 Gillon, O. G., Jr.
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MW ...................... 8:40
MW ....................... 8:40
MW .......................10:40
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MWThF .............. 9:40
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MWThF ...............12:40
MWThF ............... 1:40
MWThF ............... 7:40
MWThF ............... 8:40
MWThF ............... 9:40
MWThF ...............10:40
MWThF ..............11:40
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MW ........................ 7:40 MI 16
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Gillon, O. G., Jr ......... Second Year Basic AFROTC
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
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Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Gillon, O. G., Jr.
Harper, C. F.......... Third Year AFROTC
Harper, C. F.
Harper, C. F.
Harper, C. F.
Harper, C. F.
Harley, James H ....... Fourth Year AFROTC
Harley, James H.
Harley, James H.
Harley, James H.
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MAR 102
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MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
MAR 102
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MAR 202
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3 1 MW ...................... 8:40 MI 16
4 1 TTh ..................... 8:40 MI 16
5 1 MW ...................... 9:40 MI 16
6 1 TTh .................... 9:40 MI 16
7 1 MW ......................10:40 MI 16
8 1 TTh .....................10:40 MI 16
9 1 MW .......................11:40 MI 16
10 1 TTh ........................11:40 MI 16
11 1 MW ......................12:40 MI 16
12 1 TTh ........................ 12:40 MI 16
13 1 MW .................. 1:40 MI 16
14 1 TTh ........................ 1:40 MI 16
15 1 MW .................... 2:40 MI 16
16 1 MW ....................... 3:40 MI 16
21 1 MW ....................... 8:40 MI 20
22 1 TTh ...................... 8:40 MI 20
23 1 MW ...................... 9:40 MI 20
24 1 TTh ...................... 9:40 MI 20
25 1 MW ...................... 7:40 MI 20
27 1 MW ........................10:40 MI 20
28 1 TTh ......................10:40 MI 20
29 1 MW ...................... 1:40 MI 20
30 1 TTh ....................... 1:40 MI 20
1 1 MW ................... 7:40 MI 112
2 1 TTh ..................... 7:40 MI 112
3 1 MW ................... 8:40 MI 112
4 1 TTh ...................... 8:40 MI 112
5 1 MW ...................... 9:40 MI 112
6 1 TTh .................. 9:40 MI .112
7 1 MW ........................10:40 MI 112
8 1 TTh ........................10:40 MI 112
9 1 MW .....................11:40 MI 112
10 1 TTh ........................11:40 MI 112
11 1 MW ....-...................12:40 MI 112
12 1 TTh ...--..................12:40 MI 112
13 1 MW ..................... 1:40 MI 112
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MTWTh ................ 7:40
MTWTh ............... 9:40
MTWTh ................10:40
MTWTh ................11:40
MTWTh ................12:40
MTWTh ................ 7:40
MTWTh ................ 9:40
MTWTh ................10:40
MTWTh ................11:40
MTWTh ................12:40


MUSIC
Hours Bldg. Room


Second Year Army ROTC
Third Year Army ROTC



Fourth Year Army ROTC


Instructor


Course Title


MSC 21 1 To arrange ............. R Piano Class
MSC 25 1 To arrange .................. R Voice Class
MSC 27 1 To arrange .............. R String Class
MSC 35 1 To arrange .......... R Woodwind Class
MSC 43 1 To arrange ................... R Brass Class
MSC 51 1 To arrange .............. R Percussion Class
All Applied Music Courses as outlined in the Catalog will be offered during the Second Semester, 1953-54.
MSC 100 3 MTWThF .......... 1:40 R 202 Nachenberg, S. ............ Fundamentals of Music
MSC 102 3 MTWThF .............. 9:40 R 202 Wirtala, A. E. ............ Theory of Music
MSC 123 2 To arrange .............. R Murphree, C. L. ............ Organ
MSC 160 1 3 MWF .................. 8:40 R 201 Williams, E .............. Music Skills
MSC 160 2 3 MWF ............ 9:40 R 201 Paul, O. F.
MSC 161 1 3 MWF ..... .... 2:40 R 201 Schmidt, D. T............ Music for the Elementary Child
MSC 161 2 3 S ................. 9:40-12:30 R 201 Paul, O. F.
MSC 170 1 M ............... 7:30 pm R 144 Preodor, E. .................. University Orchestra
Th ................... 4:40 R 144
MSC 171 1 1 T ................ 7:30 pm R 122 Beecher, A. A ........... Choral Union
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MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR
MAR


Course Title


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


ROTC--Continued






MUSIC-Continued


Section Credit Days


Dept. Course

MSC 171
MSC 171
MSC 172
MSC 173
MSC 174
MSC 174
MSC 175
MSC 176
MSC 177
MSC 178
MSC 179
MSC 202
MSC 202
MSC 210
MSC 210
MSC 210
MSC 304
MSC 315
MSC 360

MSC 361
MSC 364

MSC 413


Hours Bldg.


2 1
3 1
1
1
1 1
2 1
1
1
1
1
1
1 3
2 3
1 2
2 2
3 2
2
2
3


T .................. 7:30 pm
MTWThF ............12:40
MWF ................... 4:40
MWF ................... 3:40
MTW ................... 4:40
MWF ................. 1:40
TTh ...................... 4:40
TTh .............-........ 9:40
TTh ......................10:40
TTh .................... 8:40
TTh ................... 11:40
MTWThF --....-.... 8:40
MTWThF ..............10:40
MWF ..................10:40
MWF .................... 1:40
MWF .................. 3:40
MWF .................. 2:40
TTh .................... 1:40
MWF .................11:40


Room

144
122
122
122
144
144
122
144
133
144
113
202
202
201
201
201
206
201
201


3 MWF .................. 2:40 R 202 Lupkiewicz, J. V. .......
3 S ............-... 9:40-12:30 R 101 Schmidt, D. T ..............

2 TTh ...................11:40 R 201 Nachenberg, S. ............


Course Title


Instructor

Paul, O. F.
Beecher, A. A.
Lupkiewicz, J. V ......
Sterrett, D. E. ..............
Bachman, H. B. ...........
Poole, R.
Lupkiewicz, J. V ........
Nachenberg, S ............
Preodor, E. ....................
Bachman, H. B ............
Lawrenson, R. E ..........
Danburg, R. L ...........
Lawrenson, R. E.
Murphree, C. L. .........
Wirtala, A. E.
Nachenberg, S.
Poole, R. ........................
Sterrett, D. E..............
Paul, O. F. ....................


PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY


Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room


Instructor


Course Title


Students taking PCY-355 will register for the lecture (Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
PCY 355 1 5 MWF ................. 9:40 LE 207 Gramling, L. G............ Organic & Analytical Pharma-
ceutical Chemistry


11 MW ............10:40- 1:30
12 TTh ............10:40- 1:30
5 To arrange ....................


LE 322
LE 322


Lauter, W. M. .......... Analytical and Control Methods


Men's Glee Club
Women's Glee Club
University Band

Choral Ensemble
Woodwind Ensemble
String Ensemble
Brass Ensemble
Piano Ensemble
Theory of Music

Music Appreciation

Form and Analysis
Latin-American Music
Music Education in the Secondary
School
Choral Materials Lab.
Projects and Problems in Music
Education
Survey of Music History


PCY 355
PCY 355
PCY 532









Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours


PGY 221 3 WF ......................10:40
F .................. 1:40- 4:30
Students taking PGY-222 will register for the lecture
PGY 222 1 3 TTh ........................ 7:40
PGY 222 11 M ................ 1:40- 4:30
PGY 222 12 W ............. 1:40- 4:30
PGY 504 2 To arrange ...........
PGY 522 2 To arrange -...............


Dept. Course Section Credit Days


Hours


Students taking PLY-302 will register for the lecture
PLY 302 1 4 MWF .................... 7:40
PLY 302 11 F ...............10:40- 1:30
PLY 302 12 S ................. 8:40-11:30
PLY 451 3 MWF .................... 8:40
PLY 452 3 MWF ....................10:40
PLY 455 3 TTh ....................... 8:40
F .................10:40-12:30
Students taking PLY-456 will register for the lecture
PLY 456 1 3 MW ..................... 11:40
PLY 456 11 S ................. 8:40-10:30
PLY 456 12 S ...............10:40-12:30
PLY 508 3 MWF ..............10:40
PLY 510 1 F .......... 1:40- 4:30
PLY 522 5 TThS ............. 9:40
MW .......... 1:40- 4:30
PLY 530 5 TTh ........................ 8:40
TTh ........... 1:40- 5:30


PHARMACOGNOSY
Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


LE 324 Johnson, C. H. ............. Practical Pharmacognosy
LE 316
(Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
LE 324 Johnson, C. H. ............. Practical Pharmacognosy
LE 316
LE 316
Johnson, C. H. ........ Cultivation and Processin
Johnson, C. H. ............ Special Problems in Phar


PHARMACOLOGY
Bldg. Room I


instructor


ag
macognosy


Course Title


(Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
LE 207 Staff ..................... Applied Physiology for Pharmacists
LE 448
LE 448
LE 118 Fox, L. E. ............... Principles of Biologicals
LE 142 Voss, E ..................... Principles of Biologicals
LE 324 Gramling, L. G ............ New Remedies
LE 316


(Section 1) and
SC 101
LE 316
LE 316
LE 402
LE 444
LE 402
LE 448
LE 402
LE 412


one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
Gramling, L. G. ........... New Remedies

Fox, L. E. .....-........... Advanced Pharmacology
Fox, L. E. .................. Advanced Pharmacology Lab.
Voss, E. ............... Pathology

Fox, L. E. ..........-... Special Problems








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


MW ..................... 8:40
MW ....--.............. 12:40
TTh .......................12:40
TTh .......................10:40
W ............... 1:40- 4:30


Students taking PHY-224 will register for one lecture
PHY 224 1 3 MW ........................11:40
PHY 224 2 3 TTh ................... 9:40
PHY 224 11 T ......... 1:40- 4:30
PHY 224 12 F .......... 1:40- 4:30
PHY 311 4 MWF .............. 9:40
M ............ 1:40- 4:30
PHY 354 5 TThS ....................10:40
M ......... 1:40- 5:30
PHY 361 4 TTh ...................... 9:40
MW ............9:40-11:30
Students taking PHY-362 will register for one lecture
PHY 362 1 4 MW.......... ........9:40
PHY 362 2 4 MW .... ........10:40
PHY 362 11 TTh ....... 8:40-10:30
PHY 362 12 TTh ............10:40-12:30
PHY 374 1 5 MTWThF ........... 8:40
PHY 374 2 5 MTWThF ........ 2:40
PHY 381 2 WF ..................... 3:40


Students taking PHY-432
PHY 432 1 3
PHY 432 11
PHY 432 12
PHY 441 2
PHY 545 4


will register for the lecture
F ........ ............. 9:40
TTh ............ 1:40- 4:30
WF -.......-... 1:40- 4:30
T ............ 1:40- 5:30
M W ........................ 8:40
W ................ 1:40- 5:30


PHY
PHY
PHY
PHY


LE 324 Siragusa, J. M. ............ Pharmaceutical Calculations
LE 324 Siragusa, J. M.
LE 324 Siragusa, J. M.
LE 118 Siragusa, J. M. ............ Galenical Pharmacy
LE 306
(Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
LE 324 Siragusa, J. M. ........ Galenical Pharmacy
LE 432 Siragusa, J. M.
LE 306
LE 306
LE 432 Becker, C. H. ......... Inorganic Pharmacy
LE 306
LE 432 Gramling, L. G ........... Organic and Analytical Pharmacy
LE 322
LE 324 Husa, W. J......... Prescriptions and Dispensing
LE 306
(Section 1 or 2) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
LE 324 Husa, W. J. ............ Prescriptions and Dispensing
LE 432 Husa, W. J.
LE 306
LE 306
LE 432 Reid, A. W ............... Commercial Pharmacy
LE 432 Reid, A. W.
LE 324 Dauphinais, R. J. ....... Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
(Section 1) and one laboratory (Section 11 or 12).
LE 324 Lauter, W. M ....... Advanced Drug Analysis
LE 322
LE 322
LE 418 Becker, C. H ............. Manufacturing Pharmacy
LE 402 Becker, C. H. ............ Pharmaceutical Formulations
LE 418






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

PPY 201 3 MWF ....................11:40 AN 104 Bartlett, G. R. ........... Problems of Philosophy
PPY 312 3 MWF ................. 9:40 AN 104 History of Philosophy-The Renais-
sance through the Eighteenth
Century
PPY 324 3 MWF ...................12:40 AN 104 Conner, F. W. ......... Aesthetics
PPY 425 3 Th........ 7:00- 9:30 pm AN 104 Bartlett, G. R. ........... Social and Political Philosophy
PPY 426 3 MWF ....................10:40 AN 104 Oliver, J. W. ....... Metaphysics
PPY 503 3 To arrange ............. LI 407 Bartlett, G. R ............ Seminar in Contemporary
Philosophy
PPY 510 3 MWF ................... 8:40 AN 104 Oliver, J. W ......... Mathematical Logic
PPY 530 3 To arrange .................... Individual Work
PPY 599 To arrange ................. Thesis
Variable. Credit assigned must be shown on registration blank.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH AND ATHLETICS
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


MWF .................... 1:40
MTWThF .............12:40
TTh ............10:40-12:30
MTWThF .............. 8:40
TTh ........... 8:40-10:30
T ............................ 1:40
TTh ............10:40-12:30
Th ........................ 1:40
TTh ............10:40-12:30
TTh ......... 8:40-10:30
TTh ............10:40-12:30
MW ........... 1:40- 3:30
MWF .._.............. 9:40


FG 210 Hicks, D. A...............
FG 206 Crowson, B. .........
FG 208 Millar, J ......- ..-...
FG 210 Titus, M .........-...........
FG 222 McCachren, J. ............
FG 222
FG 222 Beard, P., and
FG 222 Fuller, D. .............
FG 206 Damron, C. F. .......
FG 224 Ryan, J. E. ............
FG 210 Burnett, T. ...............
FG 224 Leavitt, N. ..................
FG 208 Staton, W. M. ......
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Personal Hygiene
Aquatics and Gymnastics for
Women
Individual, Dual and Team Sports
for Women
Dance Activities
Basketball

Track and Baseball
Team Games for Men
Aquatics for Men
Tennis for Women
Coaching and Officiating for
Women
Applied Anatomy and Physiology


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3
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3
2

1 3
2 3
3 3
3

2
1 3
2 3
2

2
1 3
2 3
3
3

15
3

3

3
3


TTh ......................12:40
Laboratory to arrange
M ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm
MW F .................... 1:40

TTh ..................... 1:40
Laboratory to arrange
MW F .................... 8:40
T ....................... 8:40
TTh ...................... 9:40
MWF .................... 1:40
MWF ...................10:40
Laboratory to arrange
M ........ 7:00- 9:00 pm
TTh ............12:40- 2:30
MW ............ 1:40- 3:30
TTh ........................ 1:40
Laboratory to arrange
MWF ...................11:40
MWF ............... 8:40
MWF .................10:40
TTh ............ 8:40-10:30
MWF ...................11:40

MTWThF ..To arrange
Th ........ 7:00- 9:30 pm

MWF ...................10:40

M .......... 7:00-9:30 pm
MWF ................ 9:40


Leilich, R. E. ..............

Leilich, R. E. ............
Leilich, R. E. ...........

Cherry, H. S ..............
Boyd, C. A. .................
Hicks, D. A.
Staton, W. M.
Stevens, B. K. ...........
Hicks, D. A. ......... ....
Hicks, D. A. .............

Pye, R. L.
Scott, T. ...................
Ayers and Staff .......
Salt, E. B. ..................
Salt, E. B.
Austin, E. ................
Sandefur, W. T. ..........
Leilich, R. E. ..............
Staton, W. M. ...............

Staton, W. M ..............
Boyd, C. A. .................
Cherry, H. S ............


Camp Programs and Counselor
Training
Social Recreation
Conduct of Playgrounds and Indoor
Centers
Intramural Athletics and Officiating
Elementary School Health Program


Teaching Physical Education in the
Secondary School
School Safety Education
Teaching Physical Education in the
Elementary School

Adapted Physical Education
First Aid and Injuries
Principles of Physical Education
Driver Education and Traffic Safety
Administration of Physical
Education and Athletics
The Operation of Recreation
Programs
Research Methods in Physical
Education and Health Education
Evaluative Procedures in Physical
Education and Health Education
Supervision of Physical Education
Problems in the Administration of
Athletics






PHYSICAL FITNESS AND SPORTS
Dept. Course Section Credit Days Hours Bldg. Room Instructor Course Title


Student must select
PL 101 1
PL 101 2
PL 101 3
PL 101 4
PL 101 5
PL 101 6
PL 101 7
PL 102 1
PL 102 2
PL 102 3
PL 102 4
PL 102 5
PL 102 6
PL 102 7
PL 102 8
PL 102 9
PL 102 10
PL 102 11
PL 102 12
PL 102 13
PL 102 14
PL 102 15
PL 102 16


one section.
MW ........... 8:40-10:30 FG For Men Who Have Had No Physical
TTh ............ 8:40-10:30 FG Education in College
TTh ............ 9:40-11:30 FG
TF .............. 1:40- 3:30 FG
TF ............ 2:40- 4:30 FG
To arrange: For attendance if cannot fit above sections-one class M or T and one class WTh or F
with day in between.
To arrange ....................
MW ............ 8:40-10:30 FG For Men Who Have Had One Se-
MW ............ 9:40-11:30 FG mester of Physical Education in
MW ............10:40-12:30 FG College
MW .......... 11:40- 1:30 FG
MW ............12:40- 2:30 FG
MW ............ 1:40- 3:30 FG
MW ............ 2:40- 4:30 FG
TTh ......... 8:40-10:30 FG
TTh ............ 9:40-11:30 FG
TTh ............10:40-12:30 FG
TTh ............11:40- 1:30 FG
TTh ............12:40- 2:30 FG
TF .............. 1:40- 3:30 FG
TF ......... 2:40- 4:30 FG
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-one class M or T and one class WTh or F
with day in between.
Elective
MW ............ 8:40-10:30 FG For Men Who Have Had Two Se-
MW ............ 9:40-11:30 FG mesters of Physical Education in
MW ............10:40-12:30 FG College
MW ............11:40- 1:30 FG
MW ............12:40- 2:30 FG
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Dept. Course

Student must
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103
PL 103

PL 103
PL 103
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104
PL 104

PL 104


Section Credit Days


select one sec
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

16

17
18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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11
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13
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tion.
MW ............ 1:40- 3:30
MW ............ 2:40- 4:30
TTh ......... 8:40-10:30
TTh ............ 9:40-11:30
TTh ............10:40-12:30
TTh ............11:40- 1:30
TTh ............12:40- 2:30
TF .......-...- 1:40- 3:30
TF .............. 2:40- 4:30
MW ............ 3:40- 5:30

TF ............ 3:40- 5:30
To arrange: For attend
with day in between
Elective
MW ............ 8:40-10:30
MW ............ 9:40-11:30
MW ............10:40-12:30
MW ............11:40- 1:30
MW ............12:40- 2:30
MW ............ 1:40- 3:30
MW ............ 2:40- 4:30
TTh ............ 8:40-10:30
TTh ..-........ 9:40-11:30
TTh ............10:40-12:30
TTh ............11:40- 1:30
TTh ............12:40- 2:30
TF .............. 1:40- 3:30
TF ............ 2:40- 4:30
MW ............ 3:40- 5:30
TF ............ 3:40- 5:30


FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
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lance if cannot fit
n.


Course Title


(Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts
students)
(Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts
students)
above sections-one class M or T and one class WTh or F


FG For Men Who Have Had Three
FG mesters of Physical Educatiol
FG College
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG
FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts
students)
FG (Open only to College of Architecture and Allied Arts
students)
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