Practice is given in the various hand stitches; in machine sewing; in the use and care of machines; the drafting of simple patterns and the use of bought patterns. The appropriate and economic use of materials is discussed. Each student makes an apron, a suit of underwear, a shirt waist and a simple wash dress. Six hours one week. Two credits.
Domestic Art II.-Dressmaking. This course includes the making and use of patterns and the choosing and economic cutting of materials. Each student makes a skirt and waist of woolen or silk material and also a fitted lining. The students fit each other under the supervision of the instructor. Each student must finish and fit a one-piece gown.
Six hours. Two credits.
Domestic Art III.-Needlework. This course covers the practice in such stitches as chain, outline, satin, eyelit, french knots, etc. Each student makes a white centerpiece, an embroidered waist and at least two other pieces. Three hours. One credit. Elective.
Provisions were made by the Legislature of 1911 for a course in elementary agriculture. Our land where we shall put into practice the principles of agronomy is adjacent to our campus: the athletic field joins the agricultural land.
In this course young men will be given courses in agronomy: soil testing, etc., and stock judging, care