Puzzle created by Ben E., Applied Research Mathematician, NSA

Kurt, a math professor, has to leave for a conference. At the airport, he realizes he forgot to find a substitute for the class he was teaching today! Before shutting his computer off for the flight, he sends an email: "Can one of you cover my class today? I'll bake a pie for whomever can do it." He sends the email to Julia, Michael, and Mary Ellen, his three closest friends in the math department, and boards the plane.

As Kurt is well-known for his delicious pies, Julia, Michael, and Mary Ellen are each eager to substitute for him. Julia, as department chair, knows which class Kurt had to teach, but she doesn't know the time or building. Michael plays racquetball with Kurt so he knows what time Kurt teaches, but not the class or building. Mary Ellen helped Kurt secure a special projector for his class, so she knows what building Kurt's class is in, but not the actual class or the time.

Julia, Michael, and Mary Ellen get together to figure out which class it is, and they all agree that the first person to figure out which class it is gets to teach it (and get Kurt's pie). Unfortunately the college's servers are down, so Julia brings a master list of all math classes taught that day. After crossing off each of their own classes, they are left with the following possibilities:

- Calc 1 at 9 in North Hall
- Calc 2 at noon in West Hall
- Calc 1 at 3 in West Hall
- Calc 1 at 10 in East Hall
- Calc 2 at 10 in North Hall
- Calc 1 at 10 in South Hall
- Calc 1 at 10 in North Hall
- Calc 2 at 11 in East Hall
- Calc 3 at noon in West Hall
- Calc 2 at noon in South Hall

Afterlooking the list over, Julia says, "Does anyone know which class it is?" Michael and Mary Ellen immediately respond, "Well, you don't." Julia asks, "Do you?" Michael and Mary Ellen both shake their heads. Julia then smiles and says, "I do now. I hope he bakes me a chocolate peanut butter pie."

Which class does Kurt need a substitute for?