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tTNIVERSITY CLASS FRESHMAN YEAR





Tite^c^ay


2-3


Chemistry Lect.


9-10

lO-II


Botany Lect.
Chemical Lab.


3-4

4-5


Pharmacy Lab.
Pharmacy Lab.


II-I2


Chemical Lab.




Friday
Botany Recit.


1 2-1


Chemical Lab.


9-10


2-3
3-4


Pharniacy Lect.


lO-II
11-12


Physics Recit.
Anal. Chem. Recit.


4-5




1 2-1


Phar. Recit.


9-10
lO-II


Wednesday
English
American Government


2-3
3-4


American Government
English


II-I2
I2-I


Chemistry Recit.
Pharmacy Recit.


■ 4-S
9-10


Saturday
Chemistry Lect.


2-3

3-4
4-S


Botany Lect.
Botany Lab.
Botany Lab. — Posology*


lO-II

11-12
12-1


Botany Lab.
Botany Lab.
Botany Lab.




Thursday


2-3


Physics Lect.


9-10

lO-II


Pharmacy Lect.
Pharmacy Lab.


3-4
4-S


American Government
English


ri-i2


Pharmacy Lab.


*Botany Laboratory and Posology a


1 2-1


Pharmacy Lab.


given on


alternate weeks.



UNIVERSITY CLASS SOPHOMORE YEAR





Monday


9-10


Physiology Lect.


lO-II


Pharmacy Lab.


II-I2


Pharmacy Lab.


1 2-1


Pharmacy Lab.


2-3


German


3-4


Pharmacy Lect.




Tuesday


9-1


^Pharmacy Lab. or




^Physics Lab.


2-3


German


3-4


Coml. Pharmacy


4-S


Coml. Pharmacy


1 First half of term.


2 Second half of term.




Wednesday


9-10


Pharmacy Lect.


lO-II


German


11-12


Phar'cog. Lab.



12-1


Phar'cog. Lab.


2-3


Physics Lect.


3-4


Chemistry Lect.




Thursday


9-10


German


lO-II


Chemistry Lab.


11-12


Chemistry Lab.


1 2-1


Chemistry Lab.


2-3


Bacteriology Lab.


3-4


Bacteriology Lab.


4-S


Bacteriology Lab.




Friday


9-10


Chemistry Lect.


lO-II


Physiology Recit.


II-I2


Chemistry Recit.


I2-I


Pharmacy Recit.


2-3


German


3-4


Coml. Pharmacy Lect.


4-S


Pharmacy Recit.



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UNIVERSITY CLASS JUNIOR YEAR

Lecture and recitation courses extending throughout the year.
Section A

Monday
32- Theories of Chem. Lect.



9-10

lO-II

11-12
1 2-1



Tuesday

Pharmacy Recit.
Pharmacy Lect.
Chemistry Recit.
Chemistry Lect.

Wednesday
Chemistry Lect.



Section B



Theories of Chem. Lect.



Chemistry Recit.
Pharmacy Lect.
Pharmacy Recit.
Chemistry Lect.



Chemistry Lect.



Laboratory Courses

All hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9-1 and 2-5, excepting those
stated for lectures and recitations will be devoted to laboratory work.

Dept. Chemistry Dept. Pharmacy

(Sept. 24- Jan. 11) (Sept. 24-Nov. 30)

Dept. Pharmacy Dept. Materia Medica

(Jan. 14-Mar. 22) (Dec. 3-Feb. 8)

Dept. Materia Medica Dept. Chemistry

(Mar. 2S-May 17) (Feb. ii-May 17)



XJNrVERSITY CLASS SENIOR YEAR

Lecture and recitation courses extending throughout the year.



9-10

lO-II

11-12
1 2-1



2-3
3-4



Tuesday
Quantitative Anal. Lect.
Food Analysis Lect.
Bibliography
Pharmacy Lect.

Wednesday
Biological Chemistry Lect.
Physiology Lect.



Laboratory Courses
All hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 9-1 and 2-5, excepting
those stated for lectures will be devoted to laboratory work.

Analytical Chemistry, Sept. 24-Nov. 16
Food Analysis and Toxicology, Nov. 19-Jan. 25
Pharmacognosy and Taxonomy, Jan. 28-Mar. 22
Pharmacy, Mar. 2S-May 17



Oct.
Nov.


25.
I.
6,




22.


Dec.


20,


1929


Jan.


2,



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ACADEMIC CALENDAR

1928

June ii-Aug. 20. Summer Laboratory Courses.
Aug. 20-Sept. 8. Summer Quiz Courses.
Sept. 4-6. Registration for first year candidates.
I1-13. Supplementary Examinations.

18-19. Registration for second, third and fourth year candidates.
24. Monday, Ninety-ninth Session begins. Second, Third and Fourth
Year Classes assemble 9 a. m.
Tuesday, First Year Classes assemble 9 a. m.
Monday, Evening Special Course Classes assemble 7 :oo p. m.
Tuesday, Election Day, Holiday.
Thursday, to November 24, Saturday, inclusive. Thanksgiving

Holidays.
Thursday, to

Wednesday, inclusive, Christmas Holidays.
3. Thursday, Sessions resumed.
21-26. Mid- Year Examinations.
Feb. 12, Tuesday, Lincoln's Birthday, Holiday.

22. Friday, Washington's Birthday, Holiday.
Mar. 29-30. Spring Holiday.
Apr. 8. Monday, All classes. Last Day for applying for final examinations

with payment of fee.
May 3. Friday, Evening Courses close.

13-17. Final College Course Examinations.
13-22. Final University Course Examinations.
May 27-30. Centennial Celebration.

29. W^ednesday, First and Second Year Exercises (Alumni Day).
June 4. Tuesday, University Commencement.

SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONS
Supplementary Examinations

First Year College and University Classes
1928
Sept. II. Tuesday, 9-12 a. m.. Pharmacy.
Tuesday, 2-5 p. m.. Physics.
12. Wednesday, 9-12 a. m.. Botany, Posolog>'.
Wednesday, 2-5 p. m.. Chemistry.

Second Year College and University Classes

Sept, II. Tuesday, 9-12 a. m.. Pharmacy.

Tuesday, 2-5 p. m.. Jurisprudence and Accounting.

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12. Wednesday, 9-12 a. m., Materia Medica and Toxicology.
Wednesday, 2-5 p. m.. Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemis-
try (Univ.).

13. Thursday, 9-12 a. m.. Physics (Univ.).
Thursday, 2-5 p. m., Organic Chemistry.

Third Year University Class

Sept. II. Tuesday, 9-12, Pharmacy.

Tuesday, 2-5, Dispensing Pharmacy.

12. Wednesday, 9-12, Theories of Chemistry.

13. Thursday, 2-5, Organic Chemistry.

Mid- Year Examinations

Note. During this week regularly scheduled classes will be held during morning
sessions, excepting the 9-10 a. m. lectures.

First Year College and University Classes
1929
Jan. 22. Tuesday, 2-5, Botany, Posology.

23. Wednesday, 2-5, English, American Government.

24. Thursday, 2-5, Pharmacy.

26. Saturday, 2-5, Physics, Chemistry.

Second Year College and University Class

Jan. 21. Monday, 2-5, Physiology.

22. Tuesday, 2-5, German.

23. Wednesday, 2-5, Chemistry, Physics.

25. Friday, 2-5:30, Pharmacy, Comrnercial Pharmacy.

Final Examinations

First Year College and University Class
1929

May 14. Tuesday, 9-12, Botany, Posology.
Tuesday, 2-5, Chemistry.

16. Thursday, 9-12, Physics.
Thursday, 2-5, Pharmacy.

18. Saturday, 9-12, English, American Government.

Second Year College and University Class

May 13. Monday, 9-12, Chemistry.

Monday, 2-5, Commercial Pharmacy, Jurisprudence.
15. Wednesday, 9-12, Pharmacy.
Wednesday, 2-5, Physiology.

17. Friday, 9-12, Physics.
Friday, 2-5, German.



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Third and Fourth Year University Classes

May 20. Monday, 9-12, Junior and Senior Pharmacy.
Monday, 1-4, Junior, Theories of Chemistry.
Monday, 1-4, Senior, Inorganic Quantitative Analysis.

21. Tuesday, 9-12, Junior, Organic Chemistry.
Tuesday, 9-12, Senior, Food Analysis and Toxicology.

22. Wednesday, 9-5, Senior Biological Chemistry.
Wednesday, 9-5 Senior Physiology.



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SYNOPSIS OF STUDIES SUBSEQUENT TO THE SESSION OF 1928-1929

COLLEGE CLASS

First and Second Years (The same as for 1928-1929)





Third Year








(Beginning with the Session of 1 929-1 930)












Class


Laboratory Points






Hours


Hours




MM 101-102


Materia Medica


3





6


MM 103-104


Toxicology


I





2


MM 109-110


Pharmacal Sundries


I





2


Chm. 103-104


Organic Chemistry


3





6


Chm. 107-108


New Remedies


2





4


Phr. 1 01-102


Theoretical Pharmacy


3





6


Phr. 103-104


Theoretical Dispensing Pharmacy


3





6


Phr. 105-106


Manufacturing Pharmacy





3


3


Phr. 107-108


Dispensing Pharmacy





4


4


Phr. 1 1 5-1 16


Business Pharmacy





4


4



UNIVERSITY CLASS

First and Second Years (The same as for 1928-1929)
Third Year



(Beginning with the Session of 1929-1930.)



MM 101-102 Materia Medica

MM 103-104 Toxicology

MM III— 112 Microscopic Pharmacognosy

Chm. loi— 102 Theories of Chemistry

Chm. 103-104 Organic Chemistry

Chm. 105-106 Analytical Chemistry and Urine

Anabasis

Phr. 1 09-1 10 Theoretical Pharmacy

Phr. 111-112 Practical Pharmacy

Phr. 113-114 Practical Dispensing Pharmacy

Fourth Year

(Beginning with the Session of 1930-1931.)

MM 151-152 Applied Pharmacognosy

MM 153-154 Botanical Taxonomy

MM 155-156 Human Physiology

Chm. 1 51-15 2 Inorganic Quantitative Analysis

Chm. 153-154 Food Analysis and Toxicology

Chm. 155-156 Biological Chemistry

Chm. 157-158 Chemical Bibliography

Phr. 151-152 Advanced Pharmacy

Phr. 153-154 Advanced Pharmaceutical Assaying



Class
Hours

3

I



H



Laboratory Points
Hours



10
o

5



5



10

4

5



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INDEX

PAGE

Academic Calendar 73

Admission 9

Alumni Assocl4.tion Prizes 25

Attendance 23

Attendance, Scheme of 69

Breitenbach Prize 26

Centennial Celebration 13

College Course 16

Committees of Trustees , 5

Courses Offered 16

Courses of Instruction 31

DoHME Prize 27

Earl Hall 11

Employment for Students 15

Endowments 48

Entrance Requirements, College Course 18

University Course 18

Examinations, Schedule of 73

Evening Courses 22, 44

Faculty 7

Fees, Method of Payivient 2 1 , 22

General Statement 9

German Apothecary's Association Prize 28

Graduate Course 13

Graduates, List of 51

Graduation Requirements 24

Gymnasium 1 1

Honor Roll 25

Information Bureau 14

Instruction, Method of 2a

Italian Pharmaceutical Association Prize 28

Kappa Psi Prize 26

Lascoff Prizes 26

Lehn & Fink Prize 28

Leiterman Prize 26

Library io> 14

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Medical Service 12

Officers and Trustees 5

Olshansky Medal 28

Pharmacy Student Certificate 15

Plaut Fellowship 26

Prizes 25

Quiz Courses 22, 42

Register of Graduates 51

Register of Students 55

Registration 9

Residence Halls 11

Seabury Scholarship 26

Scheme of Attendance 69

Scholarships 25

Squibb Prize 21

Students, Register of 55

Studies, Synopsis of 29

Studies, Synopsis of (Subsequent to 1928-29) 76

Summer Courses 24, 42

Trustees' Prizes 25

Scholarships 26

University Course 17

Weinstein Prize 2^

Westchester Pharmaceutical Association Prize 28

Withdrawal 10



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