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tion; Der Elnsiedler (Wildermnth) ; Sight- Beading — Se-
lected.

THIRD YEAR.

Geombtrt: Five hours per week for thirty weeks, Wells's
solid Geometry is completed.

Trigonometry: Five hours per week for (ibout ten weeks. The
functions of angles and their relations studied. The formu-
lae for plane triangles derived and applied. The nature and
use of logarithms.

Physics and Laboratory Practice : Four hours per week for
forty weeks. Elementary principles illustrated and funda-
mental laws tested and interpreted by the use of apparatus
especially constructed for this laboratory. On the basis of
this work, general theories are developed and complex
operations are discussed.



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MANUAL TRAIMIMG SCHOOL. 251

Civics AND Political Economy: Five hour$ per week for foriy
weeks. The iunctions of muoiclpal, State and national
goremments; the daties of the citizen and the officer.
The structare of society, the nature and relations of indus-
trial, commercial and educational Institutions. Frequent
themes and reports.

LiTSRATURR: One hour a week for forty weeks. The reading of
one of Shakespeare's plays, and the Study of Classic
Myths.

Drawing: Five hours per week for forty weeks. Higher
geometrical drawing, conies, cycloids and helices ; Hhades
and shadows ; house plans ; brush shading and conveutiooal
drawing; orders of architectural ornament; sketching and
project drawing.

Tool-Work: Ten hours per week for forty weeks. Metal work
by machine and hand tools; the nature and uses of all the
tools in the shop, in connection with exercises devised to
bring out those uses. Each student takes part in the con-
struction of a " project " or finished machine intended to
embody a great range of tool practice and constructive
skill.

Military Drill : Two hours per week for thirty weeks. The
school of the soldier and the company.

ELECTIVKS.

Five hours per week for forty weeks may be devoted to the con-
tinuation of the study of German or French, if the interest*
of the student requires It. This will take the place of
Civics and Political Economy. Students are expected to
master the details of grammar and be able to read easy
prose at sight.

N. B. No pupil is permitted to omit studies or exer-
cises which he may not like, nor can he take sbopwork in
advaoce of his academic grading.



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252 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



THE DAILY PROGRAM.

The daily session consists of six periods of fifty minutes
each, beginning at 9 a. m., and closing at 2:30 p. m.,
thirty minutes being allowed for lunch. Each pupil
recites daily three lessons, which are for the most part
learned at home. Each class consists of several
'' divisions " containing from twenty to twenty-five
students each.

The order in which recitations and shop exercises fol-
low each other is different with different divisions. Some
begin work in the shop at nine o'clock, others at 10:40,
and still others at 12 :50. Military drill comes at the end
of the day.

CHARACTER OF THE TOOL WORK.

All the shop-work is disciplinary; special trades arc
not taught, nor are articles manufactured for sale ; as a
rule the products of the shop have no value except as
they illustrate typical forms and methods. Occasionally
projects, or *' final " pieces are of practical value are con-
structed which may belong either to the school or to the
makers.

SHOPS, TOOLS, ETC.

The school has five large shops. Two are for wood
work, having 150 sets of cutting tools, 50 benches, and
50 special speed lathes driven by the main engine.

One is a molding room with benches, sand, flasks, &c.,
for twenty-four workmen. Pupils make their own pat-
terns and cores, and generally cast with plaster.

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MAKOAL TRAIHIMG SCHOOL. 253

tools. Each pupil learns all the fuDdamental processes
of the forge while executing a carefully graded series of
exercises in lead, iron and steel.

The machine shop has sixteen screw-cutting lathes, five
speed lathes, two planers, two drills, a sharper, a dry and
a wet emery grinder, a gas forge, a dozen vises and full
sets of hand tools.

GENERAL INFORMATION.

Tuition Fees. — The school year consists of two terms
of twenty weeks each. The fee for each term is payable
in advance. The rates for the present are as follows : —

First-Tear Class, $37.50 per term .... or $75 per year.
Second- Year Class, $50 per term . . . . or $100 per year.
Third -Year Class, $60 per term or $120 per year.

Incidental Expenses and Board. — Pupils furnish their
own books, drawing instruments and paper, their own
aprons and overalls, and certain small pocket tools.
The school furnishes shop tools and materials. Losses
and breakages are charged to pupils when they are the
result of carelessness. Books and drawing materials do
not cost on an average more than $10 per year. Board
and lodging for those whose homes are out of the city
can be obtained in private families fpr from $18 to $25
per month.

There is no opportunity in the school Jor the pupil to
pay his way by labor.

The school has no lodging house, but the Director is
always ready to recommend good homes to non-resident
boys.



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254 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



SCHOLARSHIPS.



The founders of the school desire that its advantages
may be within the reach of boys from every class in the
community. A large number of free, or partially free,
scholarships will therefore be kept filled. It is desirable
that they should in general be given as rewards of merit
to promising boys in straitened circumstances.

These scholarships are as a rule under the control of
individual members of the Board of Managers. By
special arrangement, single perpetual scholarships have
been assigned to each of the following organizations : —

The Kirk wood Public Schools.

The St. Louis Brotherhood of Stationary Engineers.

The National Association of Stationary Engineers.

The St. Louis Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
No. 48.

ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIPS.

An Alumni Scholarship has been established by the
General Alumni Association.

Ten Alumni have also established a special scholarship
which they have seen fit to name the '* Woodward
Scholarship.'*

A special illustrated catalogue giving in full all details
of methods, the names of students, and the record of
graduates, will be sent if asked for.

All inquiries and applications should be addressed to

C. M. WOODWARD, Director,

Manual Training School, St, Louis,
Or to Geo. M. Babtlett,

Secretary of Washington University.



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SUMMARY OF GRADUATES.

Of the College 168

Of the School of Knginekring .169

Of THE Law School 626

Of the Medical College 2,080

Of the Dental College 807

3,190
Honorary Graduates 12



3,202



SUMMARY OF MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

r-189i-95-^ ^1895-96-N

Siu. Irutrt, 8tu. Instra.

College and School of Engineering 168 30 166 30

Law School 131 16 166 16

Medical College 114 38 114 38

Dental College 86 17 101 17

Total Graduate and Undergrad-
uate Departments 493 96 636 96

PREPARATORY SCHOOLS.

Smith Academy 881 28 810 28

Mary Institute ". 874 29 861 29

Manual Training School ... 263 16 246 16

968 67 916 67

Total Graduate, Undergradu-
UATB, and Preparatory Depart-
ments 1,461 162 1,461 162

School of Fine Arts 291 13 372 13

Total Connected with the Uni-
versity 1,762 176 1,823 176



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OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS.



UNDKRGRADUATS DEPARTMENT.

President: Mr. W. S. Curtis.
Vice-President: Mr. W. S. Eames.
Secretary and Treasurer: Mr. Thomas G. Uutledgk.
Executive Committee: Mr. Wm. H. Bryan, Mr. Jhlius
Baikr, Mr. Richard McCulloch.

LAW department.

President: Mr. E. C. Eliot.
First Vice-President: Mr. P. Taylor Bryan.
Second Vice-President: Mr. D. N. Kirby.
Secretary: Mr. Joseph W. Lewis, Jr.
Treasurer: Mr. George W, Lubke, Jr.
Executive Committee: Mk« Lee Sale, Mr. Thomas £.
Mulvihill, Mr. Selden P. Spencer. '

medical department.

President: Dr. Thomas S. Hawley.
Vice-President: Dr. Joseph Grindon.
Secretary: Dr. R. J. Curdy.
Treasurer: Dr. E. C. Rungr.

DENTAL department.

President: Dr. J. G. Harper.
Vice-President: Dr. O. H. Manhard.
Secretary: Dr. J. B. Kimbrough.
Treasurer: Dr. C. E. Schumacher.

Executive Committee: Dr. C. E. Schumacher, Dr. A. H.
Fuller, Dr. T. L. Poepprrling.



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GENERAL INDEX.



Paob.

ADMISSION to —

College 30

School of Engineering ... 47

l4iw School 149

Medical School 175

Dental School 197

Mannal Training School ... 244

Mary InstitQto 287

Smith Academy 213

ADMISSION TO ADVANCSD

Standing, reqalrements
for 32

ADVISKRS to STUDBNTS ... 46

Advisort Committbb of the
llenry Shaw School of
Botany 100

Astronomy, instruction in . . 48

Board op Control
of the St. Loots School of Fine
ArU 110

Board, Advisory and exam-

IKINO,

of the St. Louis Law School . 135

BOARD OF THE MANUAL TRAIN-
ING School, Managing . . 240

Botany, Instruction In ... 41

BOTANY, THB HBNRT SHAW

school of 99

AdTleory Committee of the
Henry Shaw School of
Botany 100



Page.
Instracbors in the Henry Shaw

School of Botany 100

Information In regard to the

Henry Shaw School of

Botany 101

Special Classes in the Henry

Shaw School of Botany . . liH

Calendar of the—

University 3

School of Fine Arts .... 108

Law School 132

Medical School 102

Dental School 190

Mary Institute 230

Smith Academy 210

Ciyil Engineering, Course of

Study in 56

Curriculum in 77

Chemistry, Course of Study in 74

Curriculum in 84

Collbotions.
Metallurgical and Mineralog-

leal 73

School of Fine Arts .... 123

College, The

Courses of Study 33

Admission to the College . . 30

Testimonials Required ... 30
Requirements for Admission
to the Freshman Class of

the College 80

Division of Examinations . . 31



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



Page.
Kcqalrements for Admission
to Advanced Standing . . 32

Special Students :i2

Prescribed Studies of the
Freshman Year in the

College 45

Prescribed Studies of the So-
phomore Year in the College 4B
Advisers to Students .... 46
Choice of Studies 46

COMMITTKE ON EXAMINATIONS

OF TUB Law School ... 136

Constitution of thk Uni-
versity 15



Corporation



6



Page.
Electrical Enoinberino,
Course of Study in
Curriculum in ...



Elocution and Debate
the Law School . .



in



Course of Study in thk —

College 3:{

School of Engineering ... 51

St. Ix>uis School of Fine Arts . 117

St. Louis Law School. . . . 151 i

St. Louis Medical College . . 17i>

Missouri Dental College . . 2()2

Mary Institute 233

Manual Training School . . 246

Smith Academy .... 214, 21U



Endowment

Endowment, Law School

Engineering, School of

English, Course of Study in

Examinations and Theses in
School of Engineering .

Expenses of Students . . .

Faculty of the —

Law Department ISS

Medical Department .... 164

Dental Department .... 192

Undergraduate Department . 20

Fine Arts, St. Louis School
OF



154

17

147
47
34

89
98



Curricula



76



Degree of —

Bachelor of Arts. Kequirc-
ments for 00

Bachelor of Science, Require-
ments for iM3

Doctor of Medicine, itequire-
ments for 1S2

Doctor of Dental Medicine,
Kequlrenients for .... 201



107
36
35
44
S3



iU



DEGREES, Advanced . .
dental Department . . . . 1S9

Discipline in the Under-
graduate Department . i«



French, Course of Study in
(iErman, Coursbb of Study in

(JBOLOGV,COUR8B80F8TUDYIN

Greek, Instruction in . . .

Gymnasium, TUB 95

History, Course of Study in 37

History of the University . 15

Infirmary of tub Missouri
Dental College .... 199

Instruction, Coursbs of, in
the —

College 33

School of Engineering ... .M

Law School 151

Manual Training School . . 246

Mary Institute 233



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GENBKAL IMDKX.



259



PAGE.
Smith Academy .... S14, 219

St. Loots Medical College . . 176

Missouri Dental College . . . 202

IN8TBDCTOR8 In the —

Undergraduate Department . 22 .

Henry Shaw School of Botany 100 |

St. Louis School of Fine Arts . Ill

St. Louts I^w School .... 133

St. Louts Medical College . . 164

Missouri Dental College . . . 192

Mary Institute 2:)1

Smith Academy 211

Manual Training School . . . 211

Instruments, Surybyino . . 61

Laboratoribs, !

The Assay 72

The Electrical Engineering . 69

The Testing 62



Law Depabthbnt .



Latin, Instruction in
Lecture Foundations



131
33
94



Lectures, School of Fine
Arts . . . • 1-20

Library and Ubading Koom . 94

Manual Training School . . 239

Managing Board of the Man-
ual Training School .... 240

Officers of Government and
Instruction In the Manual
Training School 241

Organisation of the Manual
Training School 242

Admission to the Manual
Training School 244

Course of Instruction in the
Manual Training School . . 246

Tuition Fees in the Manual
Training School 253

Scholarships in the Manual
Training School 254



Page.
Mary Institute 229

Calendar of the Mary Insti-
tute 230

Offlqers of Government and
Instruction in the Mary In-
stitute 231

Course of Instruction In the
Mary Institute 233

Foundation and Equipment
of the Mary Institalc ... 2:^5

Admission to Mary Institute . 237

Tuition Fees In Mary Insti-
tute 238

Mathematics, Purb Ikstruc-

TION IN . . • 37

Mathematics, applied. In-
struction IN 38

Mechanical Knginbbring,
Course of Study in . . . 63
Curriculum in 78

Medical Depautment ... 161

Metalldrgy 70

Military Science and Tac-
tics 96

Mineralogy, Instruction in 44

Mining Engineering. Course

of Study in 70

Currlcolumin 82

Missouri Dental College . 180

Board of Overseers 191

Faculty of the Missouri Den-
tal College 192

Demonstrators in the Missouri

Dental College • 193

Calendar of the Missouri Den*

tal College 190

Instructors, Clinical, in the

Missouri Dental College . . 193
Students of the Missouri Den-
tal College 194



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WASBINGTON UNIVERSITY.



Page. |

Beqnlrements for AdmisstOD
to ibe MiMoarl Dental Col- |

lege 197 1

Coarse of Study in the Mis- I

■ouri Dental College . . ' . 198 i

Infirmary of tbeMlssoarl Den-
tal College 199

Examinations in the Mlesonri
DenUl College 203

Requirements for the Degree
of Doctor of Dental Medicine 204

Tuition Fees in the Missouri
Dental College 205

Text-Books In the Missouri
Dental College 206

Prizes In the Missouri Dental
College 207

MULLAHPHT HOSPITAL, Statf Of

the 169



Moot Court in the Law
School

Museum of Fine arts . . .

Obseeyatort



O'Fallon Dispensary, Staff of
the

Ofpicers of Government and
Instruction in the —
Undergraduate Department .

X>aw Department

Medical Department ....
Dental Department ....

Mary Institute

Manual Training School . .
Smith Academy

Oyersbbrs, Board of —
of the St. Louis Medical Col-
lege

of the Missouri Dental Col-
lege

FUILOSOPHY, Instruction in .



152
125

87

167



8
133 I
164 i
192 ;
231 I
241 I
211



163
191



Page.
Phtsios, Instruction in . . . 38, 68

Political Economt, Instruc-
tion In 36

Prizes —

In Rhetoric and Declamation
In the Undergraduate De-
partment 97

In the St. Louis School of
Fine ArU 124

In the St. Loals Medical Col-
lege 187

Programme of the St. I^uis
School of Fine Arts . . 115

Requirements for admis-
sion to the —

College 30

School of Engineering ... 47

Requirements for the De-
gree OF —

Bachelor of Arts 90

Bachelor of Science .... 90

Bachelor of Lavrs 155

Doctor of Medicine .... 182

Doctor of Dental Medicine . 204

Smith Academy 209

Calendar 210

Officers of Government and

Instruction 211

Historical Statement .... 213

Admission 213

Courses of Study .... 214,219

Tuition fees 218

St. Louis Law School . . . 131
Calendar of the St. Louis Law

School 132

Faculty of the St. Louis Law

School 133

Advisory and Examining

Board of the St. Louis Law

School 135



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OENBRAL INDEX.



261



paob.

Honors ia the Law School . . 137
Stndento In the St. Lonis Law

School 138

History of the St. Loals Law

School U6

Endowment and Ediflce . . 147

Admission 149

Course of Study 151

Moot Coart 163

Elocallon and Debate ... 154

Library and Text- Books . . 151
Graduation from the St. Louis

Law School 155

Fees and Expenses in the St.

Louis T^w School . . . . 1.*^

Scholarships and Prizes . . 158

St. LODI8 filBDIOAL COLLBOB . 161

Calendar of the Medical Col-
lege 162

Board of Overseers .... 163

Board of Trustees 163

Faculty 164

Instructors 166

SUIT of the O'Fallon Dispen -

sary 167

Staff of the Mnllanphy Hospi-
tal 169

Students of the Medical Col-
lege 171

Admission to the Medical Col-
lege 175

Course of Study in the Medical

College 176

Degree of Doctor of Medicine 182

Tuition Fees 183

TextBooks 184

Scholarships 186

Prizes 187

St. Louis School of Finb

Arts 107

Calendar of the School of Fine

Arts 108

Board of Control of the School



of Fine Arts



110



Paob.
Instructors In the School of

Fine Arts Ill

Information In regard to the

School of Fine Arts . ... 112
Tuition Fees in the School of

Fine Arts 114

Programme of the School of

Fine Arts 115

Course of Instruction in the

School of Fine Arts ... 117
Lectures in the School of

Fine Arts 120

Collections in the School of

Fine Arts 1'23

Museum of Fine Arts .... 125
Prizes in the School of Fine

Arts 124

Students in the School of Fine

Arts 126

SGHOLAB6HIP8, in the^-

Undergraduate Department . 06
St. Louie Law School .... 158
Manual Training School . . 254

SCHOOL OF Enqinbering, the 47

Requirements for Admission . 47

Division of Examinations . . 50

Course of Study 51

Details of Instruction ... 52
Course of Study in Civil En-
gineering 56

Course of Study in Mechanical

Engineering 63

Course of Study in Electrical

Engineering 68

Course of Study in Mining

Engineering 70

Course in Chemistry .... 74

Curricula 76

The General Course in Science

and Literature 86

Examinations and Theses 89

Degrees . . , , 90



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



Paob.

Advanced Degroes .... 91

TaitlonFees 92

Science and Litbratukb, the

General CuBKicuLUM IN . 86

6HOPWORK 62

Speoial Students 32

Students in the

Undergraduate Department . 24

^t. LouU School of Fine Arts 126

St. LoaiB Law School .... 136

St. Loais Medical College . . 171

MIssoarl Dental College . . 104

Mary Institate —

Smith Academy —

Manaal Training School. . . —

Studies, Choice of 46

Studies, Pbbscbibed, of the
Freshman Year in the

College 45

Studies, Prescribed, of the
Sophomore Year in the

College 46



Page.
Studies, Prescribed, of the
Junior Year in the Col-
lege 46

Study, Course of, in the —

College 33

School of Engineering ... 51

St. JmvlIb School of Fine Arts 117

St. Loais Law School . . . . 151

St. Louis Medical College . . 176

Mifisonri DenUl College . . 202

Mary Institate 233

Smith Academy 214,219

Manaal Training School . . 246

TEXTBOOKS In the —

Law School 154

Medical College 184

Dental College S06

TUITION Fees in the —

Undergradaate Department . 92

St. Louis School of Fine Arts 114

St. Louis Law School ... 166

St. Louis Medical College . . 183

Missouri Dental College . . 205

Manaal Training School . . 258

Mary Institate 2SH

Smith Academy 218



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f ASHIHBTOH OHIYERSITY.



1896-07.



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A CATALOGUE



OF THE



OFFICERS AND STUDENTS



IN



Washington University



WITH THE



COURSES OF STUDY



FOR THE



ACADEMIC YEAR 1896-97



ST. LOUIS:

NIXON-JONES PRINTING CO.
1897.



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CALENDAR FOR 1897 and 6 MONTHS OF 1898.



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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.



18UC-1)7.



Entrance Examination to the Manual Training School, Friday,

September 18, 1896.
Manual Training School opens Monday, September 21.
Entrahcb Examination to the Undergradaate Department,

Tuesday and Wednesday, September 22-28.
Entrancs Examination to the Law School, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 28.
Entrance Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and

Wednesday, September 22-23.
Entrance Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and

Wednesday, September 22-28.
Entrancb Examination to Smith Academy, Monday, Tuesday

and Wednesday, September 21-28.
Entrance Examination to Mary Institute, Tuesday and

Wednesday, September 22-23.
School of Fine Arts opens Monday, September 21.
Undbroraduatb Department opens Thursday, September 24.
Law School opens Thursday, September 24.
Medical Collbqb opens Thursday, September 24.
Dbntal Collbge opens Thursday, September 24.
Smith Acadbmt opens Thursday, September 24.
Mart Institutb opens Thursday, September 24.
Holiday, ThanksglTlng Day, Thursday, November 26.
Vacation, December 24, 1896, to January 3, 1897, Inclusive.
First Term ends Saturday, January 80.
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4 WASHIHGTON UKIYERSITT.

Holiday, Washington's Birthday, Monday, Febraary 22.
Medical Collbob closes Friday, April 23.
Dental College closes Thursday, April 29.
Commencement, Medical and Dental Colleges, Thursday,

April 29.
University Holiday, Friday, May 14.
Exhibition of Work of School of Fine Arts, June 8-10.
Entrance Examination to Smith Academy, Saturday, June 12.
Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,

Monday and Tuesday, June 14-15.
Exhibition of Work of Manual Training School, Tuesday

morning, June 15.
Graduating Exercises, Smith Academy, Tuesday evening,

June 16.
Graduating Exercises, Mary Institute, Friday morning,

June 11.
Graduating Exercises, Manual Training School, Wednesday

evening, June 16.
Entrance Examination to the Manual Training School,

Thursday morning, June 1 7.
Commencement, Law School and Undergraduate Department,

Thursday evening, June 17.
Vacation, June 18 to September 23.

1897-98.

Entrance Examination to the Manual Training School,
Friday, September 17, 1897.

Manual Training School opens Monday, September 20.

Entrance Examination to the Undergraduate Department,
Tuesday and Wednesday, September 21-22.

Entrance Examination to the Law School, Wednesday, Sep-
tember 22.

Entrance Examination to the Medical College, Tuesday and
Wednesday, September 21-22.

Entrance Examination to the Dental College, Tuesday and
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UNIYERSITT CALENDAR.

Entrance Examination to Smith Academy^ Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday, September 20-22.

Entrance Examination to Mary Institute, Tuesday and Wed-
nesday, Septeml>er 21-22.

School of Fine Arts opens Monday, September 20.

Undergraduate Department opens Thursday, September 23.

Law School opens Thursday, September 23.

Medical College opens Thursday, September 23.

Dental College opens Thursday, September 23.

Smith Academy opens Thursday, September 23.

Mary Institute opens Thursday, September 23.

Holiday, Thanlssglving Day, Thursday, November 26.

Vacation, December 24, 1897, to January 2, 1898, inclusive.

First Term ends Saturday, January 29.

Second Term begins Monday, January 31.



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CORPORATION.



PRB8IDBNT :

ROBERT 8. BROOKINGS.

VICB-PRB8IDBKT :

HENRT HITCHCOCK.

0BCRBTART AND TRBA8URBR:

QEORQE M. BARTLETT.

Office In University Building, 1704 Washington Avenue.

DIRECTORS :

HENRT HITCHCOCK 64 Vandeventer pi.

JAMBS E. TEATMAN 412 Olive st.

CARLOS 8. GREELEY 1585 Lucas place.

GEORGE E. LEIGHTON .... 808 Garrison av.

EDWIN HARRISON 8747 Westminster pi.

HENRY W. ELIOT 2685 Locust st.

SAMUEL CUPPLES 8678 Pine st.

JOSEPH G. CHAPMAN 46 Vandeventer pi.

GEORGE A. MADILL 4140 Llndell boul.

WILLIAM L. HUSE 9 Westmoreland pi.

ROBERT S. BROOKINGS . • . . 2829 Lucas place.

CHARLES NAGEL 2044 Lafayette av.

GEORGE 0. CARPENTER, Jr. . . Russell & Corapton avs
ISAAC H. LIONBERGER .... 8680 Delmar boul.
ALFRED L. SUAPLEIGH .... 8686 Delmar boul.

ISAAC W. MORTON 49 Vandeventer pi.

ADOLPHUS BUSCH 1 Busch place.



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OOUPOBATIOM. 7

In association with the above are tlie following gentlemen
not members of the Board of Directors: —



AS aCKVBKBS OF THE BOARD OF MANAGERS OF THE MANUAL
TRAINING SCHOOL:

HENRY C. HAARSTICK r Rnsscll & Louisiana



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