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DAYS AND DATES.

1882.

JUNE 2. THE VACATION BEGAN.
SEPTEMBER 5. YEAR 1882-83 BEGAN.

9: Entrance examinations.

O Examinations for advanced rank.

12. Recitations and lectures began. NOVEMBER 28. Examinations.

30. First term (13 weeks) closed.
DECEMBER 5. Second term began.

Recess;
December 22 to January 3.

1883.
FEBRUARY 27. in

:: Examinations.
MARCH 1. Second term (12 weeks) closed.

6. Third term (13 weeks) began.
May 25. 1 room;

Examinations.
26.
29. Senior Class day.
30. Alumni day.

31. COMMENCEMENT. For days and dates of the new year 1883-4 see almanac near end. For contents, see last page.

28. S

THE BOARD OF REGENTS.

The Hon. JOHN B. GILFILLAN, Minneapolis, - - 1884. The Hon. KNUTE NELSON, Alexandria, - - - - 1884. The Hon. JOHN S. PILLSBURY, Minneapolis, - - 1884. The Hon. HENRY M. SIBLEY, St. Paul, - - - 1885. The Hon. THOS. S. BUCKHAM, M. A., Faribault, - 1885. The Hon. GREENLEAF CLARK, M. A., St. Paul, - 1886. The Hon. CUSHMAN K. DAVIS, M. A., St. Paul, - 1886.

AND EX-OFFICIIS,

THE GOVERNOR of the State,

The Hon. LUCIUS F. HUBBARD, St. Paul.

The State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

The Hon. DAVID L. KIEHLE, M. A., St. Paul.

The President of the University,

WILLIAM W. FOLWELL, M. A., Minneapolis.

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD.

The Hon. HENRY H. SIBLEY, St. Paul,

IDENT.

The Hon. J. B. GILFILLAN, Minneapolis,

Recording Secretary, WILLIAM W. FOLWELL, Minneapolis,

Corresponding Secretary, Mr. R. A. Davidson, Minneapolis,

Treasurer.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

The Hon. John S. PILLSBURY, Minneapolis.
The Hon. John B. GILFILLAN, Minneapolis.
The Hon. David L. KIEHLE, Minneapolis.

MEETINGS. The annual meeting is fixed by the charter for the second Tuesday in December. There is a meeting on Commencement Day; other meetings occur as called by the President of the Board.

The Executive Committee meet regularly on one of the last secular days of each month. See Almanac.

OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION.

WILLIAM W. FOLWELL, LL. D., President, 1020 5th St., S. E.

Instructor in Political Science and Librarian. JABEZ BROOKS, M. A. D. D.,

1706 Laurel Avenue. Professor of the Greek Language and Literature;

and in charge of the department of Latin. NEWTON H. WINCHELL, M. A., Prof. Geol. & Min., State St., S.E.

State Geologist and Curator of the General Museum. CHARLES N. HEWITT, M. D.,

Red Wing. Professor of Preventive Medicine. John G. MOORE, B. A.,

2850 University Avenue S. Professor of the German Language and Literature. MOSES MARSTON, Ph. D.,

2211 Park Ave. Professor of the English Language and Literature. CHRISTOPHER W. HALL, M. A.,

4 Grove Place. Professor of Geology, Mineralogy and Biology. John C. HUTCHINSON, B. A.,

3806 Nicollet Ave. Assistant Professor of Greek and Mathematics. John S. CLARKE, B. A.,

413 Monroe St., E, D. Assistant Professor of Latin. MATILDA J. WILKIN, B. L.,

1219 4th St., S. E. Instructor in English and German. MARIA L. SANFURT,

1401 6th St,, S. E. Professor of Rhetoric and Elocution. WILLIAM A. PIKE, C. E.,

1202 4th St., S. E. Professor of Engineering; and in charge of Physics. John F. DOWNEY, M. A., C. E.,

801 7th St., S. E. Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy JAMES A. DODGE, Ph. D.,

417 8th St., S. E. Professor of Chemistry.

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