tion of original theorems and to the solution of practical problems.
Three hours per week throughout the year.
Solid Geometry. Wentworth's Solid Geometry.
Two hours per week throughout the year, or equivalent.
Trigonometry I. Formulae for Trigonometric functions with graphic illustration, Cartesian ordinates and abscissa solution of right triangle with and without logarithmic table. Goniometry and solution of oblique triangle, study of rhumb line and middle latitude navigation.
Trigonometry II. Spherical Trigonometry, Napier's Analogies, Gauss's Equations, solution of right and oblique spherical triangles, application to astronomical calculations, and if possible some field work with surveyor's compass will be required.
Three recitations a week during the year will enable a student to complete both courses.
English a. This course consists of a review of the principles of English Grammar, special attention being given to common errors. Drill in punctuation, letter writing, and paragraph writing are given. Weekly themes, on subjects drawn from actual experience are required. The literature taken up is of two kinds: books