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j. Li: 1 JUS. Lii-eH- - '''''svxswvr-- (s wrrry rr tpr vr 'Wtomh gimy7&wzi. xrAiJMsj'ru 1 , . -A -J .- -j 1 i s j i ( " Si : ! I t aU-U-U'LLmIH j LAW ri L . J s , , . -- ,. ' " fcyV2 GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY Pioneer Jesuit University Founded 1798 Has Reorganized to Meet War Conditions Combined Collegiate and Military Training Students' Army Training Corps established by U. S." Government prepares students of 18 years and over for war needs .under compe tent officers appointed by War Department. Rifles, uniform and equipment furnished.; JOHN B. CREEDEN, S. J.; .-,'.-... , . President; SPECIAL WAR COURSES Military Science and Tactjcs under the direction of Major E. V. Bookmiller, U. S. A. The Corps, recognized by the Government as an approved Reserve Officers' Training Corps' on February 9, 1918, will receive its military training under the recently promulgated regulations of the S. A. T. C Navigation based on the sixteen weeks' intensive training course, given for Reserve Officers at Annapolis. Offered primarily for members of the Naval Reserve Force, detailed on duty at Washington, who wish to de vote their evenings to self-improvement with a view to advancement in the service, but civilians are not excluded. The classes conducted by the Director of Georgetown College Observatory, begin Sept. 3, 7:30 p. m. Fundamentals of Aviation, embodying Electricity, Radio, Meteorology, Gas Engines, Machine Guns, Theory of Flight, Airplane Structure. The apparatus donated or loaned to the university for aviation purposes, in cluding a practical airplane, machine guns, engines, etc., offers excellent opportunities for didactic and experimental work. Radio Telegraphy comprises a lecture course discussing the electric phenomena and principles of the transmission and reception of electro-magnetic waves. The laboratory work -will consist in a thoroughly practical train ing in code practice, adjustment and tuning of the most modern trans mitting and receiving equipment and radio instruments.' Special attention in this department to men desiring to enter Government Service. The course is conducted by the Professors of Physics, assisted by government-licensed operators who have seen actual service on the high seas and in the Navy Department The Mathematics of Artillery An intensive preparation for the Artillery brancn, covering Plane i ngonometry, Logantnms, Purveying, Iopo graphical Map Reading, the Elements of Spherical Trigonometry. Military French A double course designed for men knowing no French, and for those of advanced standing. Planned to meet the needs of students for service abroad. Information regarding above courses may be had from Edmund A. Walsh, S. J., Dean, Department of Arts and Sciences, Thirty-seventh and O streets N. W. Tel. West 820. All Special Courses, with the exception of Navigation, begin September 30th, at the College Buildings, Thirty-seventh and O strcets.- Preparatory Department Four-year Course, Military Training. Day Scholars and Half Boarders. Tuition, $162 Per Year. No more boarders can be received this year, as all rooms have been engaged. f-or information apply to Head Master, 1 hirty-seventn and U streets is. w. Session of 191S-1919 begins October 1, 1918. at 6:30 p. m. Secretary's office open dally from 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. for registration a consult-" tion. HUGH J. FEGAN. M. A.. LU B- Th. D.. Secretary. Georgetown Uw School Building. COB i: street X. W. Telephone M. 7293 MEDICINE Classes Resumed September 26. The Dean , 920 H St. N. W. DENTISTRY Classes Resumed September 26. The Dean 920HSt..N.W. TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES The G. U. Hospital Directress . I J 4 wmL:J&z"z.- ui-N yz-2?zzr ?' - -. I JrxiL I -- V&t3&Jt$i If Ji J 'LLK OW i avnini n .--. - , iii " '"" iii - i I .1 . . - . j I ,?i- '- '.: : I'll "a 51 . . , t I " ;' I I 3?(1 J'!'-2 I ' I r J i " '.'' " c- V t " X'r i i i; : r .13 ' "I M ? I E 4 m r if r ' "I I V I i 3 1 'l ! ; St t . i i fill -- 1 ! i I J 1 r,: 1 " ' : 1 w i .