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Milchman, David

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Milkowitz, Morris

IPS South 4th Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Miller, Abraham Henry

124 Second Avenue, New York, N. Y.
Mills, Lawrence Guy

East Main Street, Chateaugay, N. Y.
Mitchell, Walter Lawrence

34 Ashton Street, Charleston, S. C.
Mufson, Morris

523 Gregory Avenue, Passaic, N. J.
Naliboff, Edward Murray

216 East 67th Street, New York, N. Y.
Namiat, Morris

112 East Broadway, New York, N. Y.
Nardozza, Joseph Salvatore

413 Madison Street, Hoboken, N. J.
Nelson, Lewis R.

813 Center Street, Bowling Green, Ky.
Newman, Augustine

382 Broadway, Monticello, N. Y.
Newman, Percy North White Lake, N. Y.

O'Connor, Harry Joseph

2S40 Humphries Street, East Elmhurst,
N. Y.
Osterhoudt, Clifford Luther

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N. Y.
Padnis, Nathan

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Paley, Irving Benedict

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Palitz, Mortimer

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Palloff, Isadore Irving

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Pucillo, Nataleen Virginia

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Pushkin, George David

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Rabinowitz, Ephraim

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR
1930

June 9-Aug. 18. Summer Laboratory Courses.
Sept. 3-5. Registration for first-year candidates.
9-12. Supplementary Examinations.
17-18. Registration for second-, third- and fourth-year candidates.

22. Monday, One Hundred and First Session begins. Second-, Third- and

Fourth- Year Classes assemble 9 a. m.

23. Tuesday, First-Year Classes assemble 9 a. m.
Oct. 6. Monday, Evening Courses start.

Nov. 4. Tuesday, Election Day, Holiday.

27. Thursday, to November 30, Saturday, inclusive. Thanksgiving
Holidays.
Dec. 22. Monday, to

1931

Jan. 3. Saturday, inclusive, Christmas Holidays.

5. Monday, Sessions resumed.
19-24. Mid-Year Examinations.

19. Monday, Second Semester, Evening Courses start.
Feb. 12. Thursday, Lincoln's Birthday, Holiday.

23. Monday, Washington's Birthday, Holiday.
Apr. 3-4. Spring Holiday.

6. Monday, All classes. Last day for applying for final examinations

with payment of fee.
May 8. Friday, Evening Courses close.

12-18. Final Examinations, First-, Second-, and Third-year College and

University Classes.
18-20. Final Examinations, Senior University Class.

27. Wednesday, First- and Second-Year Exercises (Alumni Day).

28. Thursday, College Commencement.
June 2. Tuesday, University Commencement.



SCHEDULE OF EXAMINATIONS
Supplementary Examinations

First-Year College and University Classes
1930
Sept. 9. Tuesday, 9-12 a. m., Phr. i~2, Pharmacy.

10. Wednesday, 9-12 a. m., Chm. 3-4, Chemistry.
Wednesday, 2-5 p. m., Chm. 1-2, Physics.

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Sept. II. Thursday, 9-12 a. m., M.M. 1-2, Botany.
Thursday, 9-12 a. m., M.M. 5-6, Posology.
Thursday, 2-5 p. m.. Coll. 1-2, English.
Thursday, 2-5 p. m.. Coll. 3-4, American government.

Second-Year College and University Classes

Sept. 9. Tuesday, 9-12 a. m., Phr. 51-52, Theoretical pharmacy.
Tuesday, 2-5 p. m., Phr. 61-62, Commercial pharmacy.

10. Wednesday, 9-12 a. m., Chm. 55-56, Inorganic chemistry.
Wednesday, 2-5 p. m., Chm. 51-52, Physics.

11. Thursday, 9-12 a. m., M.M. 57-58, Physiology.
Thursday, 9-12 a. m., M.M. 59-60, Microbiology.
Thursday, 2-5 p. m.. Coll. 51-52, German.

Third-Year College and University Classes

Sept. 9. Tuesday, 9-12 a. m., Phr. 101-102, Theoretical pharmacy.
Tuesday, 2-5 p. m., Phr. 107-108, Dispensing pharmacy.
Tuesday, 2-5 p. m.. Coll. 101-102, Mathematics.

10. Wednesday, 9-12 a. m., Chm. 103-104, Organic chemistry.
Wednesday, 2-5 p. m., Chm. 107-108, Newer remedies.
Wednesday, 2-5 p. m., Chm. 101-102, Theories of chemistry.

11. Thursday, 9-12 a. m., M.M. 101-102, Materia medica.
Thursday, 2-5 p. m., M.M. 103-104, Toxicology.
Thursday, 2-5 p. m., M.M. 109-110, Pharmacal sundries.

12. Friday, 9-12 a. m., Phr. 109-110, Jurisprudence and business phar-

macy.

Mid- Year Examinations and Tests
1931
Jan. 19-24. A schedule of these examinations and tests will be posted on the
bulletin boards. Students not in residence should consult the
Registrar for information regarding them.

Final Examinations

First- Year College and University Classes
1931
May 12. Tuesday, 9-12, M.M. 1-2, Botany.
Tuesday, 9-12, M.M. 5-6, Posology.
Tuesday, 9-12, M.M. 7-8, Posology.
Tuesday, 2-5, Chm. 3-4, Inorganic chemistry.
14. Thursday, 9-12, Chm. 1-2, Physics.
Thursday, 2-5, Phr. 1-2, Pharmacy.
16. Saturday, 9-12, Coll. 1-2, English.

Saturday, 9-12, Coll. 3-4, American government.



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Second-Year College and University Classes

May II. Monday, 9-12, P/jr. 57-52, Theoretical pharmacy.
Monday, 2-5, M.M. 57-58, Physiology.
Monday, 2-5, M.M. 59-60, Microbiology.

13. Wednesday, 9-12, Chm. 55-56, Inorganic chemistry.
Wednesday, 2-5, Chm. 51-52, Physics.

14. Thursday, 9-12, Coll. 51-52, German.

15. Friday, 9-12, Phr. 61-62, Commercial pharmacy.
Friday, 2-5, Phr. 53-54, Pharmaceutical Latin.

Third- Year College and University Classes

May II. Monday, 9-12, Chm. 103-104, Organic chemistry.
Monday, 2-4, Chm. 107-108, Newer remedies.

12. Tuesday, 9-12, Chm. 101-102, Theories of chemistry.
Tuesday, 2-5, Coll. 101-102, Mathematics.

13. Wednesday, 9-12, Phr. 101-102, Theoretical pharmacy.
Wednesday, 2-5, Phr. lop-iio. Jurisprudence and business pharmacy.

15. Friday, 9-12, M.M. 1 01-102, Materia medica.
Friday, 2-5, M.M. 103-104, Toxicology.
Friday, 2-5, M.M. ioq-iio, Pharmacal sundries.

18. Monday, 9-12, Phr. 107-108, Dispensing pharmacy.

Fourth-Year University Class

May 18. Monday, 9-12, Phr. 151-152, Pharmacy.

Monday, 1-4, Chm. 151-152, Inorganic quantitative analysis.

19. Tuesday, 9-12, Chm. 153-154, Food analysis and toxicology.

20. Wednesday, 9-5, Chm. 155-156, Biological chemistry.
Wednesday, 9-5, M.M. 155-156, Physiology.



INDEX

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Academic Calendar 71

Admission 15

Alumni Association 51

Alumni Association Prizes 25

Apprentice License 16

Attendance 23

Breitenbach Prize 26

College Course 16

Committees of Trustees 5

Courses Offered 16

Courses of Instruction 31

Diekman Prize 28

DoHME Prize 27

Earl Hall 12

Employment for Students 15

Endowments 52

Entrance Requirements 18

College Course 18

University Course 18

Examinations, Schedule of 71

Evening Courses 46

Faculty 7

Fees, Method of Payment 21

General Statement 9

German Apothecary's Association Prize 27

Graduate Course 18

Graduates, Register of 55

Graduation Requirements 24

Gymnasium 12

Health Certificate 16

Honor Roll 25

Information Bureau 14

Instruction, Method of 22

Italian Pharmaceutical Association Prize 27

Kappa Psi Prize 26

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COLLEGE OF PHARMACY 75

Lascoff Prizes 26

Lehn & Fink Prize 27

Leiterman Prize 26

Library 14

Medical Service 12

New York Pharmaceutical Association Prize 28

Officers and Trustees 5

Olshansky Medal 27

Pharmacy Student Certificate 16

Plaut Fellowship 26

Prizes 25

Register of Graduates 55

Register of Students 57

Registration 15

Residence Halls 11

Scholarships 26

Seabury Scholarship 26

Squibb Prize 27

State Board Requirements 13

Students, Register of 57

Studies, Synopsis of 28

Summer Courses 46

Trustees' Prizes 25

Scholarships 26

University Course I7

Weinstein Prize 27

Westchester Pharmaceutical Association Prize 27

Withdrawal 10



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