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10 in short, if you wish to secure a training that will fit liii
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TUITION IS FREE IN ALL COURSES.
/ft The General Courses have lately been extensively modified, ~•1 7,
; ma . so as to furnish a much more varied range of electives, after the t.w k ?
F.f Freshman Year, than heretofore, including History; the English, ,VI
fr i French, German, Spanish, Latin and Greek Languages and Lit- iii
la t eratures; Psychology; Ethics; Pedagogics, and Political Science. 'l,
g •Z These courses are especially adapted to the wants of those who T.
FTI, seek either the most thorough training for the Profession of to/
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iti The courses in Chemistry, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical and ~
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FT% Graduates have no difficulty in securing and holding positions. ill
in YOUNG WOMEN are admitted to all courses on the same Oi
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iri The next Session opens Friday morning, January 3, 1902, IN
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in Positions held by Graduate's, address
Ili THE REGISTRAR,
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