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of which clinical instruction is provided. Hygiene
and Forensic medicine are included in the work of the
Fourth Year.

SCHEDULE OF WORK.
The curriculum, covering Four Years, is divided into eight
semesters, the first semester of each year ending at Christmas,
the second semester beginning with the New Year. Students
are required to pass in the subjects upon which examinations
are held in each year before entering on the work of the next.

JUNIOR YEAR.
First Term. (Sbmbstbr I.)

General Blementary Chemistry, Lectures and Demonstrations, 3 hours
a week.*

Laboratory work in General Chemistry, 4 h.

Anatom}-: Osteology and Syndesmology, Lectuies and Demonstra-
tions, 8 h.+

Descriptive Anatomy (ntber than Osteology), Lectures and Demon-
strations, 3 h.

Practical Anatomy, Laboratory work, 8 h.

Laboratory work in Histology, 6 h.

Materia Medica, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 h.*



* ExaminuLion in this branch Is held about the end of the Semester.
+ Final Exjiminrttion at ihe end of the Semester.



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BT. LOUIS M JBDICAL COLLSGS. 145

JUNIOR TBAB.
Bboond Tbrm. (SsmsTBB n.)
ChemUtry: Laboratory work In Qnalitative Analysis, 7 h.t
Descriptive Anatomy, Lectures and Demonstrations, 8 h.*
Practical Anatomy, Laboratory work, 8 b.
Histology, Laboratory work, 6 b.t

Physiology, Lectures, Demonstrations and Conferences, 4 h.
Pharmacy, Laboratory work, 3 h.*

8BOOND TBAR.
FiBST Tbhm. (Sbmbstbb III.)
DescriptlTe Anatomy, Lectures and Demonstrations, 3 h.
Beirional Anatomy, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 b.t
Practical Anatomy, Laboratory work, 8 b.
Physiology, Lectures, Demonstrations and Conferences, 4 b.t
Physiology, Laboratory work, from 8 to 4 b.
Pathology, Pathological Anatomy and Histology, Lectures and

Demonstrations, 2 b.
Pathological Histology, Laboratory work, 4 b.
Therapeutics, Lectures and Demonstrations, 8 b.
Clinical Chemistry and Chemical Diagnosis, Laboratory work, 4 h.t

SECOND TBAB.
8BCOND Tbbm. (Sbmbstbb IV.)
Descriptive Anatomy, Lectures and Demonstrations, 8 b.t
Practical Anatomy, Laboratory work, 8 h.
Bacteriology, Laboratory work, 4 b.t
Pathology, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 b.t
Pathological Histology, Laboratory work, 4 b.
Therapeutics, Lectures and Demonstrations, 1 b.t
Medicine: Practical Bxerclses in Normal Percussion and
Auscultation, 2 b.
General Medical Clinic, 1 b.
Surgery: Practical Exercises in Surgical Dressings, 1 h.
General Surgical Clinic, 1 b.

THIRD YEAR.
FiBST Tbbm. (Sbmbstbb V.)
Medicine: Principles of Medicine, Lectures, lb.

Physical Diagnosis, Practical Exercises, 8 b.
Practice of Medicine (first half). Lectures and Demonstra-
tions, 8 b.
General Medical Clinics, 2 b.

Diseases of Cbildren, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 b
Clinic for Diseases of Cbildren, 1 h.
Clinics for Diseases of the Nose, Tbroat and Chest, 2 b.



* Examination In this branch is held about the end of the Semester,
t Final Bzamination at tbe end of the Semester.



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146 WASHINGTON UNIYBBSITT.

Bargery: Principles and Practice of Sargery, Leotnres and Oemon-
stration8» 3 h.
General Surgical Clinics, 6 h.
Olinic for Orthopaadlc Surgery, 1 h.
Obstetrics: Lectures, Demonstrations and Bzeroises on the Manikin,

8h.
Olinlcs for Diseases of the Skin, 8 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Bar, 1 h.

THIRD TBAR.
Sboond Tsrm. (Ssmsstbr VI.)
Medicine: Principles of Medicine, Lectures, 1 h.t

Practice of Medicine (first half). Lectures and Demonstra-

tioDs, 8 b.*
General Medical Clinics, 2 h.
Clinical Conference, 1 b.

Diseases of Children, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 h.
Clinic for Diseases of Children, 1 h.

Diseases of the Nervous System, Lectures and Demonstra-
tions, 2 b.
Clinic for Diseases of the Nervous System, 1 h.
Clinics for Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest, 2 b.
Surgery: Principles and Practice of Surgery, Lectures and Demon-
strations. 8 b.t
General Surgical -Clinics, 5 h. '
Clinic for Orthopaedic Surgery, 1 h. t
Obstetrlcs: Lectures, Demonstrations and Exercises. 3 b. t
Gynaecological Clinics, 2 h.

Clinic for Diseases of the Genito-Urinary Organs, 2 h.
Clinics for Diseases of the Skin, 8 b.
Ophthalmology, Lectures and Demonstrations, 1 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Bar, 1 b. t

SBNIOR YEAR.
First Tbbm. (Sbmbbtbb VII.)

Medicine: Practice of Medicine (second balf)« Lectures and Demon-
strations, 8 b.
General Medical Clinics, 2 h.
Clinic for Diseases of Children, 1 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Nervous System, 1 h.
Clinic for Mental Diseases, 2 b.
Clinics for Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest, S b.

* Examination in this branch is held about the end of the Semester,
t Final Examination at the end of the Semester.



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Surgery: General Surgical Clinl<38, 5 h.l
Obstetrical Oat-Cllnio, by appoinUnent. I
OynaBOology, Lectures and Demonatrations, 1 h.

Oyneecologioal Clinics, 8 h.
Diseases of the Genito-Urinary Organs, Lectures and Demonstra*
tions, S b.

Clinics for Diseases of the Genito-Urinary Organs, 8 h.

Clinic for Syphilitic Diseases, 1 h.
Clinics for Diseases of the Skin, 8 h. t
Ophthalmology, Lectures and Demonstrations, 1 h.

Ophthalmic Oil nic, 1 h.
Hygiene, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 h. t



SENIOB YEAR.
Second Tbrm. (Sbmsstbr VIII.)

Medicine: Practice of Medicine (second balf)« Lectures and Demon-
strations, 3 h.t

General Medical Clinics, 2 h.t

Clinical Conference, 1 h.

Clinic for Diseases of Children, 1 h.t

Clinic for Diseases of the Nervous System, 1 h.t

Clinic for Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest, 1 h.
Surgery: Lectures and Demonstrations on Fractures and Disloca-
tions, 2 h.t I

General Surgical Clinics, 3 h.t
Obstetrical Out-Clinic, by appointment. I
OynsBCology, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 h.t

Gynaacoiogical Clinic, 1 b.
Clinic for Diseases of the Genito-Crinary Organs, 1 h.t

Lectures on Syphilis, 1 h.

Clinic for Syphilitic Diseases, 1 h.
Ophthalmic Clinic, 1 h.t
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 h.**^



t Final Examination at the end of the Sementer.

I Opportunity is given to senior senior students to repeat the Course
of Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Surgery, and on Obstet-
rics.

NOTB.—The schedule of work for students of the Three Years*
Course is the same as that of last year and will be found in the printed
PBOORAMsn furnished at the beginning of the term.



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148 WABHINOTON UNIVBBSITY.

POST-GRADUATE COURSE.

Physicians, graduates of an accredited regular school of
medicine, are admitted to any of the courses of instruction
gfven in the College, subject to such restrictions as may grow
out of the assignment of hours in the prog^rammes of work laid
out for the several classes, and to the single further restriction
that, in the case of those desirous of taking advanced labora-
tory work, such proficiency in elementary work as may be
necessary for its successful prosecution will be required. A
certificate of actual attendance will be given upon request.

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION.

(1) The candidate must be twenty-one years of age.

(2) He must be of good moral character (which includes
unexceptionable conduct while at CoUege).

(3) He must have attended not less than four regular
annual courses of medical instruction, the last of which must
have been in this College.*

(4) He must, by the first of April, have notified the Dean,
in writing, of his intention to present himself for examina-
tion.

(5) He must have discharged all indebtedness to the
College.

(6) He must have passed a satisfactory examination in all
the required subjects of the curriculum.

DEGREES.

The degrree of Doctor of Medicine, cum laude, will be con-
ferred upon students who, having passed in all of the required
subjects of the four years, have attained an average of seventy-
five per cent. In case of an exceptionally high grade being
attained, the Faculty may, by vote, award the degree magna
cum laude or gumma cum laude.

* But students having aireadp attended part of a Three Years*
Oonrse may present themselves for graduation upon the oompletion
of that Course In 1808 or 1890.



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Applicants who fall below the reqaired percentage in the
examination for these higher degrees, bat whose average justi-
fies their graduation, will receive the degree of Doctor of
Medicine.

The fact of attendance daring four fall years will be
especially stated in diplomas awarded to students completing
the course.



TEXT-BOOKS.

The names of works recommended as Text-Books are
printed in Uali^is ; those recommended for reference, in com-
mon type, — latest editions being understood.

Chbmistbt.

Laughs Experimental and Analytical Chemistry, Sanger^ 9
Laboratory notes in General Chemistry and Qualitative Analysis,
Simon's Manual of Chemistry. Newth's Text-Book of Inor-
ganic Chemistry.

Anatomy.

Morrises Human Anatomy, or Oray^s Anatomy. Holden*s Guide
to Dissections, Wilder^s Anatomical Technology, Treves's Sur-
gical Applied Anatomy. Quain's Anatomy. Uolden's Osteo>
logy.

Histology.
Piersol, Stohr,

Physiology.

Foster, American Text- Book of Physiology, StewarVs Man^
ual of Physiology,



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150 washington university.

Materia Mbdica and Thebapsutigs.

H, C. Wood's Therapeutics. Hare's Text- Book of Practical
Therapeutics. Thornton's Dose-book and Manual of Prescrip-
tion Writing. United States Dispensatory.

Pathological Anatomy and Histology.
Ziegler. Wttodhead. IMafield & Pnidden.

Bacteriology.

Sternberg's Manual for Students. McFarJaiuVs Te:tt-hfXik of
Pathogenic Bacteria.

Medicine.

Osier, or Wood a»d FitZy or Tyson, Practice of Medicine,
Musser, Physical Diagnosis. Simon, Clinical Diagnosis. Vierordt
or Da Coata, Medical Diagnosis.

Diseases of the Nervous System.
C. L. Dana. L. C. Gray.

Diseases of Children.

Rotchf Pediatrics. Holt, Diseases of Infancy and Childhood.
Smith, Diseases of Children. American Text-book of Diseases
of Children.

Surgery.

Park's Treatise on Surgery by American AiUJiors American
Text book of Surgery. Hamilton on Fractures and Dislocations.
Stimson's Operative Surgery. Warren's Surgical Pathology
and Therapeutics.

Obstetrics.

Play fair. Parvln. Davis. Dorl and Boisliniere on Obstet-
rical Accidents, Emergencies and Operatioris.



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GYNiBCOLOGY.

American Text-book of Oyncecology. Clinical GyDsecoIogy,
Keating & Goe. Goodell, Lessons in Gynsecoloj^. Garrigues,
Diseases of Women. American System of Obstetrics and
Gynaecology. Thomas & Munde, Diseases of Women. Byford,
Manual of Gynaecology.

Gbnito-Ubinary Disbasbs.
Morrow's System, Vol. 1. Taylor. WhiteA yinrtln.



Syphilis.
Cornil. (American Edition.)

Ophthalmology.
Nettieship. Iforris and Oliver. Noyes. Fnchs.

Otology.
Buck. Field. BuruetL Politzer.

Dbbmatology.
Crocker. Jadison.

FOBBNSIC MbDICINB. «

Witthaus and Becker, Medical Jurispradence, Forensic
Medicine and Toxicology.

Obthop.£Dic Surgbby.

Young, Orthopcedlc Surgery Walsham and Haghes, De-
formities of the Human Foot. Bradford and Loyett, Ortho-
paedic Surgery.



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152 WASHINGTON UNIVKBSITT.

FEES.

( PAYABLE IN 0BPTK1CBKB OF BACH YBAB.)

Matricalation Fee (payable bat once) $ 5 00

Feea for each year 100 00

No charge is made for laboratory supplies or use of anato-
mical material.

No charge is made for demow^imtors' or hospital tickets, or
for gradnation.

The matricalation fee (15.00), and the fee for the year
($100.00), are payable to the Dean at the time of matricala-
tion, at the beginning of the college year, in September.

Stadents are required to provide themselves with sacb
articles of chemical apparatus as test-tubes, watch-glasses,
small evaporating dishes, etc., and also to make good any loss
by breakage or destruction of apparatus belonging to the
College.

All indebtedness to the Oollege must be discharged l)efore
entering on the final examination for graduation.

NoTB — Graduates of the St. Louis Medical Oollege have
perpetual free admission, but will be charged a laboratory fee
of 120.00.

Graduates, under three years, of other medical schools, will
be charged the matricalation fee and twenty dollars, for attend-
ance during a oollege year or part of a year ; they will also be
charged a laboratory fee of $20.00.

Graduates of other medical schools, of three or more years'
standing, will be charged the matriculation fee and a labora-
tory fee of $20.00.

Graduates in medicine who may be admitted to the College
as candidates for a degree will be charged the matriculation
fee and the fee for one year.

Special Courses of Instruction may be arranged by applying
to the Dean.



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ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLBGK. 163

SCHOLARSHIPS.

1. The Henry Hitchcock Scholarship is held by
Hon. Henry Hitchcock, and entitles the beneficiary to
one year's free tuition.

2. The George F. Gill Scholarship, instituted in
nmmory of the late Dr. George P. Gill, Clinical Pro-
fessor of Diseases of Children, entitles the holder to
one year's free tuition.

PRIZES.

Two ** George P. Gill prizes" are offered to the
students of the St. Louis Medical College, viz. :

1. One prize of $50 to be awarded at the end of the
Junior year to the member of the class who shall have
done the best work in Anatomy.

2. One prize of $50 to be awarded to a member of
the graduating class, of high general standing, who
shall have done specially good work in the department
of Diseases of Children.

The George P. Gill prizes were awarded to Dr.
Bernard Samuel Simpson, a member of the Graduating
Class, for meritorious work in the study of Diseases
of Children; and to Mr. Homer M. Davis, a member
of the Junior Class, for the best work in Anatomy.

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS.

Positions as internes at the St. Louis City and
Pemale Hospitals are awarded each year, after com-
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164 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

The successful candidates from the St. Louis Medical
College this year were: — Dr. William Franklin Ball;
Dr. Donald Herbert Currie; Dr. Theodore Greiner;
Dr. Burt Loraine Scott; Dr. Nathaniel Meacon Semple;
Dr. Bernard Samuel Simpson; Dr. Washington West,
Jr.; Dr. Carl Zimmermann; Dr. Ernst Zimmermann.

Physicians who wish to receive the Annual An-
nouncement of the St. Louis Medical College regularly,
are requested to send their address to the Secretary of
the Faculty, Dr. John B. Shapleigh, No. 2608 Locust
Street; notice of change of residence is also desired.
All further information may be obtained by addressing
or calling upon the Dean.

Dr. Henry H. Mudd,
No. 2604 Locust Street.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.

(dental department of WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.)



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CALENDAR.



The Thibtt-8]ecx)nd Annual Session begins on Thursday,
September 23rd, 1897, and ends on Thursday, April 28th, 1898.
Preliminary Examinations will be held on Wednesday, Sep-
tember 22nd.

Christmas Rkcess : Friday December 24th, 1897, to Monday,
January 2nd, 1898.

Com MBNCBMBNT : Thursday, April 28th, 1898.

Holidays: Thursday of Fair Week, Thanksgiving Day,
Washington's Birthday.



The College building is situated at 1814 Lucas Place.
Dentists who wish to receive the Annual Announce-
ment, are requested to notify the Secretary of the
Faculty, Dr. A. H. Fuller, Columbia Building,
southeast comer Eighth and Locust streets.

Any further information may be obtained by ad-
dressing or calling upon the Dean,

Henry H. Mudd, M. D.,

2604 Locust Street.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.



BOARD OF OVERSEERS.
JAMES E. YEATMAN, President.
HENRY HITCHCOCK.
CARLOS S. GREELEY.
HENRY H. MUDD, M. D., Treasurer.
ALBERT H. FULLER, D.D.8., Secretary.
HENRY J. McKELLOPS, D.D.8.
JAMES B. NEWBY, D.D.S.



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158 WASHINGTON UNIYBBBITT.



FACULTY.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN, LL.D.,
CTutnceUor of the UniversUy.

ELISHA H. GREGORY, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of the Principles and Practiee of Surgenf.

ALBERT H. FULLER, M. D., D.D.S., SecreUry,.
Professor of Operative Dentistry,

HENRY H. MUDD., M. D., Dean,
Professor of Clinical Surgery.

ORION W. BEDELL, M. D., D.M.D.,

Professor of Mechanical Dentistry,

Instructor in Dental Embryolooy and Pathology^

PAUL Y. TUPPER, M. D.,
Professor of Descriptive Anatomy,

EDGAR M. SENSENEY, M. D.,
Professor of Therapeutics and Materia Medica*

CHARLES R. SANGER, A. M., Ph. D.,
Professor of Chemistry,

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M. D.,
Professor of Physiology and Histology,

ROBERT R. VAUGHAN, D.D.S.,

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Dentisiry and

SuperinUndenX of Infirmary,



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MIS6QUBI DENTAL COLLEGE. 159



LECTURERS.

JOHN G. HARPER, D.D.S.
JOSEPH MASERANG, Jr., Ph. G.

DEMONSTRATORS.

0/ Aiiatomy,

E. H. GREGORY, Jr., M. D.

V. P. BLAIR, M.D.

H. L. NIETERT, M. D.

Of Dental Technics,
CHARLES W. RICHARDSON, D.D.S.

CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS.

GEORGE A. BOWMAN, D.D.S.
JAMES W. WICK, D.D.S.
JAMES B. NEWBY, D.D.S.
HENRY M. BAIRD, D.D.S.
THEODORE L. PEPPERLING, D.D.S.
ABEL J. PROSSER, D.D.S.
PETER H. EISLOEFEL, D.D.S.
JOHN G. HARPER, D.D.S.
ORMOND H. MANHARD, D.D.S.
CARL E. SCHUMACHER, D.D.S.
ALFRED D. FULLER, M. D., D.D.S.
ROBERT R. VAUGHAN, D.D.S.
HARRY DOENCH, D.M.D.
LOUIS W. BARTEL, D.M.D.



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160 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



STUDENTS OF MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE,
SESSION OF 1897-98.

NAME. ADDRESS.

Alexander, Albert Clyde MiBsoari.

Alley, Elwood Missoari.

AUoway, Henry Clinton Missoari.

Arthur, Willis Bertram, M. D Missoari.

Barry, Bart Missoari.

Bass, John Patton Missoari.

Bay, Roy ....Missouri.

Bedell, Charles Thomson Missoari.

Bellchamber, Charles Edward Illinois.

Bey, John Emil Charles Missoari.

Black, Robert Elliott Illinois.

Boon, Harry Webster Kansas.

Boothe, John Charles.. « Illinois.

Brandenberger, Herman Missoari.

Brite, Ewing Morris Missoari.

Brooking, David Long Missoari.

Bargard, Louis Charles Illinois.

Basch, Walter Aagust Missouri.

Byrne, Elmer Illinois.

Colby, Otis Clinton Illinois.

Collier, Jesc<ie Claude Missouri.

Corder, George Washington Missouri.

Crews, Charles Carroll Virginia.

Davis, James Ramsey Missouri.

DeGuire, Murton Elbert Oregon.

Dunn, Freeland Joseph Missouri.

Ellis, Arthur Maud Missouri.

Ellis, Roy Herndon Missouri.

Farrow, Claudious Golder Arkansas.

Fellner, Alfred Austria.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE. 161

NAME. ADDBESS.

Fergason, Stonewall Jackson Missoari.

Ferrell, Hoaston Everett Missoari.

Foster, DooglasEads Missoari.

Frank, George Henry Missoari.

Gardiner, Wiliam Wetzel Missoari.

Garrett, Walter B Missoari.

Hale, Robert Lacy Missoari.

Hammond, Harry Bamam Missoari.

Hartman, John Michael Ohio.

Heitzig, Albert William Missoari.

Henry, Leonard Qairin Missoari.

Hirshi, Robert O Missoari.

Hobson, Stephen Franklin Missoari.

Hoffman, Henry Robert ...Missoari.

Horton, Edward Linn Missoari.

Hoaston, Esco Tarleton Missoari.

Hudson, Qaillen Otis Missouri.

Hago, Charles William .Kansas.

Hall, James William Missoari.

Isle, Manzey Whitfield Missoari.

Johannesen, Clarence .Pennsylvania.

Jones, Louis Dibrell .....Missoari.

Jones, George Chapman, Jr Missoari.

Kehde, Howard Augustus Missouri.

Keller, Harry Missouri.

Kelsey, Daniel Michael < California.

Kendall, Porter ; Missouri.

Kirabrough, Henry Shepperd Missouri.

Kraft, Louis Henry Illinois. -

Lansberg, Herman Max Missouri.

Lehnhard, Philip Jay Missouri.

Leibrock, John Philip Illinois.

Liebrecht, Charles Felix Texas.

Lischer, Benno Edwin Illinois.

Loesch, George Washington Missouri.



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NAME. ADDRESS.

LoDg, Joseph Elmer Illinois.

McCalman, Carl Spencer Iowa.

McGaire, Eagene Illinois.

Mandel, Leo Missouri.

Matkin, Elmer Hicks Missoari.

Matlack, James Allan Illinois.

Meflord, William «6alispie Missoari.

Meriwether, Gl^arles Lewis Missoari.

Mitchell, Charles Brown Missouri.

Mockbee, Charles Robertson Missoari.

Moore, Edwin Missoari.

Morrow, Edwin Day Missoari.

Morrow, David Erwin Missoari.

Mueller, Henry Charles Illinois.

Niemeyer, Ernest Loois Illinois.

Nifong, Sylvester Cook Missoari.

Obrock, Herman Charles Missouri.

Owens, Benjamin Thornton Texas.

Pearc^, Gilbert Dorset Missoari.

Pemberton, Earl Powell Missoari.

Pettibone, Jacob Block Missoari.

Pippin, Bland Nixon Indiana.

Popp, Louis Fritz Missouri.

Rapp» Fred. Bunnelle Missoari.

Reisse, Edward Charles Missoari.

Rhodes, Noble Gregory Missouri.

Rinehart, John Jefferson :, Illinois.

Robinson, Lewie Peter Dlinois.

Sandel, Huntington Louisiana.

Sappington, Clarence LeflBlngwell Missouri.

Schaer, Charles Missouri.

Schersinger, Alex Missouri.

Schlagenhauf, Edward Illinois.

Schwaner, RoUa Albert Iowa.

Schwarz, Elmer Henry Illinois.



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NAME. ADDRESS.

Scott, Ira Dadley Missouri.

Smith, Handy Ldnn Missoari.

Smith, George Walter Illinois.

Smith, James D Missoari.

Spann, Herman Theodor Missoari.

Staudinger, Paal Missoari.

Steinmesch, Henry Garrette Missoari.

Stockhoff, Arthur Martin Missoari.

Stone, Frank Powell Missouri.

Stocker, Don Missouri.

Straabe, Clarel Shipherd Missoari.

Trauemicht, Fred. William Missoari.

Temm, William Branter Missouri.

Walker, Edward Wilber Missouri.

Weber, Wilson Rudolph Texas.

Wild, John Missoari.

Wild, Rudolph Missouri.

Willett, Raymond Clair Iowa.

Wiseman, Fieldon William Missouri.

Wolf, Albert William Illinois.

Wood, Harry Thomas Missouri.

Wurtz, Eugene David Illinois.

Wyckofl, Charles Illinois.

Wyckoff, Eugene F Iowa.



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164 WASHINGTON UNITBBSITY.



REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.

Every candidate for admission mast present to the
Faculty satisfactory evidence of a good moral charac-
ter. He must have a good English education, as
evidence of which a diploma from a reputable literary
institution, a teacher's certificate or other evidence of
qualification will be accepted, in conformity with the
requirements of the National Association of Dental
College Faculties. If he have neither of these, he may
be admitted to the College upon passing a written ex-
amination before the Examinin^g Committee of the
Faculty on the following subjects: Orthography,
English Grammar, Arithmetic, Geography, American .
History and Elementary Physics. He will also be
required to write a Composition of a given number of
words, on some common subject.

Those expecting to take this examination should
carefully prepare themselves prior to coming before
the committee. This may be done by home study or
attendance at night schools.

Students, who have attended courses of lectures in
other accredited schools of Dentistry, will be received
into the advanced grades of Middle and Senior classes
only upon presentation of certificates of having passed
examinations in the studies of the Junior and Middle
grades respectively.

Such certificates are recognized by any College of
the Association of Dental Faculties, to whom the holder



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may apply, as evidence that the stated number of
terms have been spent in the institutions by which the
certificates are issued. They will be granted to any
student at his request after the satisfactory completion
of a given course of study.

Graduates of reputable medical schools may matricu -
late as Second Year students without examination.

As the course of instruction has been divided in such
a way as to cover the entire session, and is a graded
course, it is considered very important that 'students
shall be in attendance the first day of the term.

REGISTRATION.

Students of all classes are required to register each
year at the beginning of the session.

No student of any class will be registered after the
28th day of the session.

LECTURES.

The course of lectures included in the curriculum of
this College has been so classified and arranged as to
give the student a good opportunity for gaining a
a thorough knowledge of the branches taught.

A portion of the lectures to dental students is given
in connection with the medical classes in the St. Louis
Medical College, furnishing a rare opportunity for
the dental student to acquire the comprehensive knowl-



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