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The Annual Catalogue, published at Commencement by authority of the Board of Regents, is a record of the membership and condition of the University for the University year, and also contains the courses of study and other announcements for the University year following:

The Catalogue will be sent gratuitously, postage paid, to all persons who apply for it.

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ALMANAC--1890-91.

FIRST TERM.

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SEPTEMBER 2, T. Entrance Examinations, for the year 1890-91, begin.

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4, T.
5, F.
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8, M. Examinations end and Registration begins.

9, T. Registration completed and classes called at 10:45.
10, W. Library opens.
13, S.
15, M. Literary Societies-7:30, p. m.
20, S.

27, s. OCTOBER

4, s.
6, M. Opening Lecture of the Medical Department at 8:00, p. m.
7, T.

Entrance Examinations at 9:00, a. m.
8, W.

Medical Lectures begin. 11, s.

6 W. 18, s. 21, T.

School of Agriculture opens.

25, S. NOVEMBER

1, S. 8, S. 15, S. 22, S.

12 w 24, M.

Term Examinations begin. 25, T.

continued. 26, W.

concluded. 27, T.

THANKSGIVING DAY. 28, F.

Examinations for conditioned students. 29, S.

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SECOND TERM.

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DECEMBER 1, M. Registration for second term.
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; classes called at 10:45.
6, S.
9, T.

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Annual Meeting of the Board of Regents.
13, S.
20, F.
20, S. Holiday Recess begins.
25, T.

CHRISTMAS DAY.
JANUARY

1, T.

NEW YEAR'S DAY.
6, T.

Work Resumed in all departments.
10, S.
17, S.

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Teneral

JANUARY

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7 w.

FEBRUARY

8 W.

9 W

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24. S.
31, S.

7, s.
14, s.
18, W. University Charter, 1868.
21, s.
22, S. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY.
28, S.
2, M. Term Examinations.
3, T.
4, W.
5, T. Examinations for conditioned students.
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7, S.

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MARCH

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THIRD TERM.

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APRIL

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9, M. Registration for third term.
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; classes called at 10:45.
14, s.
21, s.
27, F. Good FRIDAY.
28, S. Holiday..

3;w. 29, S.

EASTER SUNDAY, 4, S.

4 w 10, F. Sehool of Agriculture closes. 11, s. 18, S.

6 w 25, S. 2, S. 9, S. 16, S.

... 10 w. 18, M.

Examinations for promotion and degrees in the Medical

Department begin. 19, T.

Senior Examinations begin. 23, s.

11 w. 26, T. Senior examinations for degrees in the Law Department. 27, W. Library closes. 28, T. Term Examinations. 29, F. 30, S.

MAY

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3:00 P. M. 2:00 P. M. 8:00 P. M. 2:00 P. M.

COMMENCEMENT WEEK, 1891.
SUNDAY, MAY 31. BACCALAUREATE SERVICE,
MONDAY, JUNE 1. FIELD DAY SPORTS,

ORATORICAL CONTEST,
TUESDAY,

JUNE 2. SENIOR CLASS DAY EXERCISES, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. ALUMNI DAY

Business Meeting,
THURSDAY, JUNE 4, COMMENCEMENT DAY-

Graduating Exercises,
Commencement Dinner.
Drill and Dress Parade of the Military De-

10:00 a. M.

9:00 A. M. 1:00 P. M.

partment,

President's Reception, FRIDAY,

JUNE 5. SUMMER VACATION BEGINS.

4:00 P. M. 8:00 P. M.

The year 1891-'92 will begin September 1st, 1891.

BOARD OF REGENTS.

The HON. GREENLEAF CLARK, M. A., St. Paul,

1892.

1892.

1896.

The HON. CUSHMAN K. DAVIS, M. A., St. Paul,
The HON. KNUTE NELSON, ALEXANDRIA,
The HON. JOHN S. PILLSBURY, MINNEAPOLIS,
The HON. HENRY H. SIBLEY, LL. D., ST. PAUL,

1896.

1891.

The HON. GORDON E. COLE, LL. B., FARIBAULT,

1891.

The HON. WILLIAM LIGGETT, BENSON,

1891.

1895.

The HON. STEPHEN MAHONEY, B. A., MINNEAPOLIS,
The HON. S. M. EMERY, LAKE CITY,
The HON. WILLIAM R. MERRIAM, St. Paul,

1895.

Ex-Officio.

The Governor of the State.

Ex-Officio.

The HON. DAVID L. KIEHLE, LL. D., St. Paul,

The State Superintendent of Public Instruction. CYRUS NORTHROP, LL. D., MINNEAPOLIS,

The President of the University.

Ex-Officio.

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD. The HON. HENRY H. SIBLEY,

President. The HON. DAVID L. KIEHLE,

Recording Secretary. PRESIDENT CYRUS NORTHROP,

Corresponding Secretary. H. P. BROWNE [Address care Commercial Bank],

Treasurer.

THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

The HON. JOHN S. PILLSBURY, Chairman.
The HON. DAVID L, KIEHLE.
CYRUS NORTHROP, Clerk.

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