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    • 1911, page 51

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    • 51 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...
    • 1912, page 32

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    • 32 Second Year. First half. Second half. English b 4 4 Plain Geometry 3 3 Mediaeval and Modern History, (1913-14)......4 4 Ancient History, (1912-13) 4 4 German or French or...
    • 1912, page 56

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    • 56 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,...
    • 1912, page 57

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    • 57 Two recitations and one laboratory period each week. Three hours credit. First Term. Breed Types. This course covers the history, characteristics of the differnt breeeds of horses, cattle, sheep, and swine. The student will...
    • 1958 15

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    • 5 College of Southern Utah Basic Purpose Specifically, the basic purposes of the College of Southern Utah are: 1. To train elementary teachers. All upper and lower division courses necessary for a bachelor's degree are offered. 2. To give special...
    • 1958 25

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    • 15 Division of Agriculture R. H. Walker, USU DEAN, COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE; D. Wynne Thorne, usu DIRECTOR, UTAH AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT SERVICE; Carl Frisch­knecht, usu DIRECTOR, EXTENSION SERVICE; D. c. Schmutz, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AGRICULTURAL...
    • 1958 26

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    • 16 Agriculture 3. Technical Courses .. . students planning to do graduate work or entering employment in which technical training is required. Technical courses are provided in each of the following: Agricultural Economics, Agricultural...
    • 1958 27

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    • tural engineering. He must also have met the other general Col­lege requirements. II. TERMINAL CE'RTIFICATE The student who wishes more opportunity for exclusive study in agricultural classes and does not plan to continue beyond two years at CSU...
    • 1958 28

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    • 18 Agriculture Optional* Animal Husbandry 40 ------ ---------- 1 Zoology 4 ---------------------------------------- 5 Root Crops 8 ---------------------------------- 3 Geology 3 ---------------------------------------- 5 Botany 30 ------------...
    • 1958 29

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    • 56. Introductory Soils. (5 :S) Prerequisite: Inorganic Chemistry. 103. Forage Crops. (4:S) Alfalfa clover, grasses, and other farm forages; classification and meth­ods of production, harvesting and storage. Attention is given to ro­tation, soil...
    • 1958 76

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    • 66 Faculty Judd, Harl, B.S., Instructor; Engineering and Mathematics Kupfer, Vern K., B.S., M.S., Associate Professor, Psychol­ogy and Social Science; Coor­dinator; Health and Counsel­ing Service LeBaron, George L., B.S., M.S., Associate Professor,...
    • 1957 5

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    • TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE COLLEGE CALENDAR -------- ----··· ··· ···· ··----········ 4 BOARD OF TRUSTEES •......... ............ ..... ...... ... 6 OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION ......... ...... ..... 6 FACULTY ······ ················ ·······...
    • 1957 9

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    • SANDBERG, WOODARD, B.S., M.S. Part-time Instructor, Engineering and Mathematics SARGENT, DAVID L., B.S., M.S Professor Emeritus of Biology SCHMUTZ, D CLARENCE, B.A., M.A. Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics Chairman, Division of...
    • 1957 12

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    • 12 COLLEGE HISTORY main campus consists of sixty acres of land and twenty-one buildings. In addition to its main campus, the College owns three thousand acres of moun­tain range land, a one-thousand-acre Valley Farm, and numerous livestock sheds...
    • 1957 24

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    • 24 DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE (b) Physical science, biology, social science, and language and arts: Physical science Mathematics 34 or 35 ------------------------------------------------3 or 5 Chemistry 10, 11 & 12 or 3, 4 & 5...
    • 1957 25

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    • 25 He must also complete the following: Mathematics 34, or 35 Chemistry 10, 11 and 12 or 3, 4 and 5 (Majors in agricultural economics may substitute Physical Science 31 and 32 and another 5 hours of exact science for 15 hours of chemistry.) A...
    • 1957 27

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    • 27 II-TERMINAL CERTIFICATE The student who wishes opportunity to spend more t ime and work in agriculture may be graduated with a certificate in Agricultural Science. The other requirements will remain as listed in preceding paragraph, except...
    • 1957 28

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    • 28 FALL QUARTER Course Credit An. Husbandry 165 ............ 3 English 110 .......................... 5 Zoology 2 .............................. 5 An. Husbandry 160 .............. 3 Agr. Economics 63/163 ...... 3 Air Science...
    • 1957 29

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    • 29 58. INTRODUCTORY FARM MANAGEMENT. A problem approach to the basic considerations of organizing productive resources of a farm using eco­nomic information for planning the cropping system using labor and power efficiently, fitting livestock to...

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