pervision of the instructor. Each student must fit and finish a one-piece gown.
Six hours. Two credits.
Domestic Art III. Needlework. This course covers the practice in such stitches as chain, outline, satin, eyelet, 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 and feeding of a few first class swine, sheep, cows, and horses. The course as to be given will fill a long felt want of the young men of southwestern Utah. Careful attention will be given to the needs of the various communities located in the sphere of the school's influence. The great resources of this section will undoubtedly make this one of the very important departments of the school in a very short time.
Market Types. This course treats of market types of horses, cattle, sheep and swine. The score card will be used with some practice in judging breeds of animals.