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ROY in a Gold Watch Case means what YALE does to a Student's Education: Thoroughness in every particular.
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SECOND SESSION, JULY 5 TO AUGUST 16, 1906
Courses in Anatomy, Art, Biology, Chemistry, Commercial Geography, Education (History and Theory) English, French, Geology, German, Greek, History, Latin, Mathematics, Methods of Teaching, Physical Education, Physics, Physiology, Psychology, Rhetoric and School Administration.
These courses are designed for teachers and college students. Some are advanced courses and intended for specially trained students, others are introductory and presuppose no specialized preparation.
In the great majority of cases, instruction is given by members of the Yale Faculty of the rank of professor or assistant professor. A number of leading school authorities have been added to the Faculty to give courses on educational subjects.
About 100 suites of rooms in the dormitories are available for students and will be assigned in the order of application.
For circulars and further information address
YALE SUMMER SCHOOL, 135 Elm Street, New Haven, Conn.
L. R. A.-NEW SERIES
Volume I will be ready about April 1st. It will follow and continue Vol. 70, L. R. A. First Series.
Each volume of L. R. A. New Series will contain not
less than 1250 pages. The six volumes each year will equal in amount about 30 volumes of state reports. This is an increase of 75 per cent. over the amount contained in the four volumes, annually, of the First Series.
is known in advance. You make no experiment. It is L. R. A. quality-the quality which has made L. R. A. the leading set of reports in the United States. But the New Series is still better. To the already wellknown authoritative monographic "Subject Notes" will be added "Case Notes," and every case will be annotated. As in the First Series, briefs will be reported when valuable.
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Four Dollars a Volume, delivered. This reduction in price of $1.00 a volume is made possible only by the present large subscription list, and the fact that several thousand additional lawyers will be glad to avail themselves of the opportunity to start at the beginning of the New Series without any expense for back volumes, till they get ready to add the First Series.
Send in your subscription, or if you have not already seen sample pages, they will be sent on request.
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