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BLOOMINGTON, MONROE COUNTY, IND.

Fall Term begins Sept. 3, 1885. Winter Term, Jan. 5, 1886.

Spring Term begins March 30, 1886.

THREE COLLEGIATE COURSES.

1. The Course in Ancient Classics; 2. The Course in Modern Classics;

3. The Course in General Science.

Also, a Preparatory Course.

The Fall Term begins with the opening of the College Year, Thursday

Morning, September 3, 1885. Students to be examined should present

themselves two days earlier. Tuition Free. Contingent Fee, $5 per term. Library Fee required of all,

$1.00. Fees must be paid strictly in advance. Women Admitted to all Courses on same conditions as Men.

For Catalogue, and other information, address A. R. HOWE, Treasurer.

DAVID S. JORDAN, President. WM. W, SPANGLER, Secretary.

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The series consists of three large charts, each 25x38 inches, with 39 cuts, as shown in miniature on the opposite page.

They are specially adapted to teaching Physiology with reference to the effects of alcohol on the human system.

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