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that done in English b, but of a much higher grade The principles of rhetoric are studied thoroly, and applied in numerous short, and frequent long compositions. The more difficult pieces of literature prescribed for entrance...
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Third Year. First half. Second half.
General History 3 3
Bookkeeping a 3
Bookkeeping b : 3 3
Commercial Law 2 2
English c 4 4
Mineralogy and Lithology, Elementary... 2
Physical Geography 2 2
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a few carefully selected groups of facts taking the place of the more vague and general consideration of the great mass of history.
Three hours per week throughout the year.
NOTE.-European and English History may...
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General History. The work of this course is based on original documents and extracts from contemporaneous writers. While the ground usually gone over in General History is covered, certain great movements and important...
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Harmony and Composition. This course consists of instruction in the practical application of the principles of harmony as employed in actual composition, the theory of music, musical form and expression,...
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General History. The work of this course is based on original documents and extracts from contemporaneous writers. While the ground usually gone over in General History is covered, certain...
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The course gives thorough instruction in the art of singing, including voice placing, breathing, tone production, phrasing, etc., and careful training in solo...
Saturday, January 4: Captain Baker mounted his horse at an early hour and went out in search of a better road, and in a short time came back and reported that he had found a way by which we could avoid climbing any further up the mountain. He...
6. Repeatable? Is the course repeatable for multiple credits? No Yes If yes, max # credits
Is the course repeatable in the same semester? No Yes
• Check Yes or No indicating if it is repeatable, and if it is repeatable in the same semester.
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Dances were practically an impossi-bility
so we substituted parties, con-certs,
and formal banquets instead.
We suffered through all the tortures of
registration and goat week much the
same as other years and then we...
For Aggies of the B. A. C. this year of 1945 has been full of m>
usual experiences. This has been a different year for all of us. We
have missed the fellows who would have been here had it not been
for the war, and we have missed the normal...