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gery - 3525 Lucas av.

OUSTAV BAIJMGARTEN, M.D.,
Professor of the Practice of Med-
icine 2(;43 Chestnut st.

HENRY H. MUDD, M.D., Dean
and Professor of Clinical Sur-
gery 3720 Washington boul.

WASHINGTON E. FISOHEL, M.D.,
\ Professor of Clinical Medicine. . . 2647 Washington av.

ROBERT LUEDEKING, M. D.,
Professor of Diseases of Children. 1837 Lafayette av.

JOHN GREEN, M. D., Professor of
Ophthalmology 2670 Washington av.



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fAMKS M. SCOTT, M. D., Profes-
sor of Obstetrics :;313 Morgan st

FOIIN P. BRYSON, M. D., Profes-
sor of Gen i to- Urinary Surgery ... 3833 West Pine boul.

t'RANK R. FRY, M. D., Professor
of Diseases of the Nervous Sys-
tem 3133 Pine st.

HENRY SCHWARZ, M.D., Pro-
fessor of Gyna<?cology 1723 Chouteau av.

imANK A. GLASGOW, M. I).,
Prof<»ssor of Ciinical Gynaecol-
oly 4(MM5 W<?8tminster pi.

HARVKY G. MUDI). M.I)., Pro-
fessor of Fractures and Disloca-
tions and Regional Anatomy 4144 Washington boul.

PAUL Y. TUPPER, M. D., Profes-
sor of Descriptive Anatomy 4230 Delmar boul.

ei)(;ar m. senskney, m.d..

Professor of Therapeutics 2S29 Washington av.

(MIARLES A. SANCJER, A.M.,
Ph. D., Profes.sor of Chemistry. . .3040 Washington av.

NORMAN B. CARSON, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Clinical Surgery 4377 Wi^tminster pi.

JOSEPH GRINDON, M.D., Pro-
fessor of D<?rmatology r>(K) Tlion sa a v.

JOHN B. SHAPLEIGH. M.D.,
Secretary of the Medical Faculty
and Professor of Otology 3S40 Delmar av.

SIDNEY P. BUDGiyirr, M.D..
Professor of Physiology and His-
tology 3713 Olive st.

AMAND N. RAVOLD, M. D., I'ro-
fessor of Bacteriology wind Hy-
giene 2S0r» Morgan st.

ELSWORTH SMITH, M.D.. In-
structor in Physical Diagnosis. . .3r)3S Pine st.

LEWIS L. McOABE, M. D.. In-
structor in Clinical Medicine 1919 N. Grand av.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 11



JULES F. VALLE, M. D., Instruc-
tor in Obstetrics 3301 Washln^iton av.

KDWIN C. BUUNE-rr, M. 1)., Lect- S. E. cor. Jefferson av.
urer on Sypliilis 4 and Olive st.

VILRAY P, BLAIK, M. D., Demon-
strator of Practical Anatomy 319 N. Grand av.

CHARLES OLAFLIN ALLEN, LL.
B., Lecturer on Modical Juris-
prudence 3727 Westminster pi.

HERMANN L. NIETEKT, M.I>.,
Demonstrator of Anatomy 320 Cedar st.

ARTHUR E. BWING, M. D., Lect-
urer on Diseases of the Eye .-3333 Wasliington av.

<rREENFIELD SLUDER, M,D.,
Clinical Lecturer on Diseases of
the Nose, Throat and Chest 2<j47 Wa.shington av.

ALBERT E. TAi:SSlG, M.D., Led-
urer on Clinical Medicine 2G47 Washington av.

JOSEPH MASERANG, JR., Ph. G.. '
Instructor ill Materia Medica and
ITiarmacy 3838 Easton av.

THEODOR KODIS, M. D., Lectur-
er and Demonstrator in Pathol-
ogy* and Curator of the Museum. 3126 Morgan st.

HENRY C.HARTMAN, M.D., Lect-
urer on Orthopoedic Surgery 1301 St. Angt^ av.

WILLIAM HOMER WARREN, A.
M., Ph. D., Instructor in Chemis-
try 4373 Cook av.

MISSOURI DKNTAL COI.LEGK.
HLISHA H. GRECiORY, M.I).,
LL. D., Professor of the Princi-
ples and Practice of Surgery and

Clinical Surgery 3r)2r) Lucas av.

HENRY H. MUDD, M.D., Dean
and Professor of Clinical Surgery.3720 Washington boul.



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PAUIi Y. TUPPER, M. D., Profes-
sor of Descriptive Anatomy 423C Delmar boul.

EDGAK M. SENSENEY, M.D.,
Professor of Therapeutics and
Materia Medica 2829 Washington a v.

ALBEirr H. FULLER. M.D., D.D.S.,
Secretary and I'rofessor oif
Operative Dentistry Columbia Building.

CHARLES R. SANGER, A.M., Ph.D.,
Professor of Chemistry 3040 Washington av.

ORION W. BEDELL, M.D., D.M.D.,
Professor of the IiLstitutes of
Demoinstrator of Mechamicai Den-
tistry 1909 Lafayette av.

ROBERT R. VAUGHAN, D. D. 8.,
Demonstrator of Mechanical
Dentistry 3109 Olive st

VILRAY P. BLAIR, M. D., Demon-
strator of Practical Anatomy 319 N. Grand av.

JOHN G. HARPER, D.D.S., Dem-
onstrator of Mechanical Denis- ,
try 2815 Thomas st. ^

JOSEPH MASERANG, JR., Ph.G.,
Instructor in Materia Medica
and Pharmacy 3838 Easton av.

CHARLES W. RICHARDSON, D.D.S.
Professor of Dental Technics 1814 Locust st.

EDW^ARD H. ANGLE, D.D.S.,
Professor of Orthodontia 721 N. Garrison av.

GEORGE M. TUTTLE, M.D.,
Lecturer on Dental Anatomy.. ..2942 Washington av.

WILLIAM H. WARREN, A.M., Ph.D.,
Instructor in Chemistry 4373 Cook a v.

JOHN E. NYMAN, D.D.S., Lect-
urer on Porcelain Work Chicago, 111.



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GENERAL STATEMENT.

Washington University, founded in the city of St.
Louis, under an Act of Incorporation by the State of
Missouri, approved February 22, 1853, is intended to
embrace the whole range of University studies except
Theology, and to afford opportunity of complete pre-
paration for every sphere of practical and scientific life.

By the eighth article of the Constitution, "No
instruction,- either sectarian or religious, or partisan
in politics, shall be allowed in any department of the
University; and no sectarian or partisan test shall be
used in the election of professors, teachers, or other
officers of the University for any purpose whatsoever.
This article shall be understood as the fundamental
condition on which all endowments, of whatsoever
kind, are received." The Constitution also declares
the article now quoted "not subject to alteration at
any time;" but to guard against all encroachments in
this important particular, the Directors have obtained
from the General Assembly an amendment to the
Charter, by which said article is incorporated in the
same, and thereby placed beyond the power of any
future Board of Directors. The Act of Amendment,
approved February 12, 1857, declares:

"Sec. 2. No instruction, either sectarian in re-
ligion, or partisan in politics, shall be allowed in any
department of said University; and no sectarian or

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party test shall be allowed in the election of profess-
ors, teachers or other officers of said University; or
in the admission of scholars thereto, or for any pur-
pose whatever.

"Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Board of Di-
rectors of the said University, upon being informed
of any violation of the second section of this Act,
forthwith to institute an inquiry into the charge or
• charges that may be preferred, in respect thereof, by
any credible person, in writing, against any officer
of said University, and if it shall appear that any
officer of said University has violated the second sec-
tion of this Act, the Board of Directors shall forth-
with remove any such person so oflFending from any
office which he may then fill in any Department of
said University; and such person so removed shall
be forever thereafter ineligible to any office in said
University.

"Sec. 4. In case the Board of Directors, upon
being notified in writing, by any credible person, of
a violation of the second section of this Act, shall
refuse or neglect to investigate the charges thereupon
preferred against any officer of said University, it
shall be competent for the St. Louis Circuit Court,
or the St. Louis Court of Common Pleas, to compel
the Board of Directors, by mandamus, to perform
their duty in investigating such charge, and lo show
their performance of such duty to the satisfaction of
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GKNRRAI, STATKMKNT. 15

proceedings under this section shall be summary,
and conducted to a conclusion with as little delay as
possible; and the power hereby given to said courts
may be exercised by the judge of either of said tri-
bunals in vacation."

On the 22d of April, 1857, the formal inauguration
of Washington University took place with appro-
priate exercises in University Hall, and an oration
delivered by Hon. Edward Everett, in the Mercantile
Library Hall. An advanced scientific class was or-
ganized at that time. An Academy, now known as
Smith Academy, had then been in operation about
three years. The College and Mary Institute were
organized in 1859, and the first Senior Class was
graduated from the College in June, 1862. The Law
School was organized in 1867, the Polytechnic School,
now known as the School of Engineering, in 1870,
the School of Fine Arts and the Manual Training
in 1879, the School of Botany in 1885. The St. Louis
Medical College, founded in 1842, was admitted as a
department of the University in 1891, and the Mis-
souri Dental College in 1892.

To show the principle on which endowments are
invited, the fifth, sixth, and seventh articles of the
Constitution are here inserted.

"ARTICLE V.

'^ENDOWMENT OK PROFESSORSHIPS.

"Any person may endow in whole or in part a
specified professorship in the said University; and if,

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16 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

in the opinion of the Board of Directors, said endow-
ment shall be sufficient for the support of said pro-
fessorship, said professorship shall bear the name of
its founder forever, unless at the time of the endow-
ment he shall otherwise direct.

"ARTICLE VI.
**kndowme;nt of departments.
"Any person may found, by an adequate endow-
ment, a specified department in said University; pro-
vided the plan of its organization and its purposes
are approved by the Board of Directors, and if said
endowment shall, in the opinion of said Board, be
sufficient for the perpetual support of said depart-
ment, it shall bear the name of the founder thereof
forever, unless he shall otherwise direct at the time
of endowing the same.

"ARTICLE VII.

* 'specific funds.
"All funds and property of whatever nature and
description, contributed to the endowment or foun-
dation of a professorship or department, shall for-
ever be faithfully applied to the specific purpose for
which contributed, and to no other object whatsoever,
without the written consent of the donor or found-
er thereof, or his heirs and assigns, and also the writ-
ten consent of two-thirds of the Directors first had
and obtained; provided, however, that said funds
and property in this article named shall never be di-
verted from the purposes of said University."



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

COMPREHENDS :

I. UXDEIUiUADUATE DEPAUTMIONT;

INXI^UDING THE COIJ.EGE AND THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING.

Washington Avenue and Seventeenth Street.

II. IIENKY SHAW SCHOOL OF BOTANY.

1724 Washington Avenue.

III. ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FIXE ARTS.

Nineteenth ami Locust Streets.

IV. ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
1417 Locust street.

V. ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLEGE.

180C Locust Street

VI. MISSOURI DENTAL COLLECHO.

1814 Locust Street.



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The following schools have also been organized under the
charter of the University:

I. SMITH ACADEMY.
Washington Avenue and Nineteenth Street.

CHARLES P. CUUD. A. M., Principal.

II. MAKY INSTITUTE.

*

Locust and Beaumont Streets.
EDMUND H. SEAUS, A. M., Princlr>al.

III. MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL.
Washhigton Avenue and Eighteenth Street.

CALVIN M. WOODWARD, Ph. D., Director.

For particulars in regard to these schools see special cata-
logues, to be had on application to the Principals or Pi-
rector.



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UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

THE COLLEGE.
THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING.



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UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

INCLUDING THK COIJ^EGE AND THK SCHOOI, OP ENGINRERING.

WINFIELD S. CIIAPI^IN,
Chancellor.

PROFESSORS.
SYLVESTER WATEUHOUSE.

Professor of Greek.

CALVIN M. WOODWARD,
Professor of Mathematics and Applied Mechanics.

GEORGE E. JACKSON,
Professor of Latin.

MARSHALL S. SNOW,
Professor of History, and Dean of the College.

FRANCIS E. NIPIIER.
Professor of Physics.

EDMUND A. ENGLER,

Professor of Mathematics and Descriptive Geometry and

Dean of the School of Engineering.



Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy.



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UNDKRGRADUATK DEPARTMENT. 21

JOHN B. JOHNSON,
Professor of Civil Engineering.

WILTJAM TUELEASE,
Professor of Botany.

CHARLES R. SANGER,

Professor of Chemistry.

JAMBS MAIN DIXON,
Professor of English.

OTTO HELLER.
Professor of German.

JOHN n. KINEALY,
Professor of Mechanical Eugtaeering.

GUSTAV HAMBACH,
Adjunct-Professor of Geology.



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INSTRUCTORS.

HOLMES SMITH,
Instructor In Drawing.

AUGUST MUEGGE,
Instructor in Gynmastics.

♦CAUL KINSLEY,
Insti-uctor in Physics.

WILLIAM H. KUSH,
Instnictor in Botany.

GASTON IX)UAY,
^ Instructor in French.

HP^RMANN VON SCHRENK.
Instructor in Botany.

JOHN J. LIGHTER, JR.,
Instructor in Astronomy.

ROBERT F. HOXIE,

Instructor in Economics.

GELLERT ALLEMAN,
Instructor in Chemistry.

ALEXANDER S. LANGSDORF,

Instructor in Physics.
♦Absent on Leave.



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STUDENTS.
SENIOR CLASS.

Names. Course. Residence.

Adkins, James R Civ. Kng 1414 S. Ewing av.

Avis, Mabel Dean Arts 4115 Delmar boiil.

Bonnet, Frederick, Jr Chem 2719 Russell av.

Bouton, Walter Scott Civ. Eng 2909 Park av.

Bryan, Archibald Moore Civ. Eng Washington, Mo.

Cave, Rhodes Estil Arts 3921 Delmar boul.

Kvers, Helen Margaret Arts 1861 N. Market st.

Hendrich, Charles August. Civ. Eng ...2805 Lafayette av.

Hospes, Theresa Bertha Arts Old Orchard, Mo.

Kimball, Arthur Campbell.. Arts Kirkwood, Mo.

Kirchner, Elida Caroline Arts 4234 A Easton av.

Pettus, Charles Parsons Arts 2834 Chestnut st.

Robinson, Arthur Dwight . Mech. Eng 4174 West Belle pi.

Schwab, Helen Hannah Arts 4393 Westminster pi.

Shields, Walter Civ. Eng 3860 Delmar boul.

Tyler, Eleanor Murdoch Arts 3215 Lucas av.

Woermann, Frederick

Christian Civ. Eng 2802i Cass av.

Total, 17

JUNIOR CLASS.

Burgess, Samuel Allen Arts 2933 Harper st.

Chandler, Albert Barbour. ..Arts Kirkwood, Mo.

Dicke, Edward Christian Civ. Eng 1911 Hebert st.

Eilers, Le Roy Matthew Arts 1616 King's Highway

Farnham, Anna May Arts 1943 Thomas st.

Goebel, Julius Christian Arts 1215 S. 14th st.

Grimm, Henry England Civ. Eng 3213 Eads av.



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Names. Coursb. Residence.

Henby, William Hastings... Civ. Eng 2631 Russell av.

Horwitz, Alexander Earle ...Arts 1323 Carr st.

Kammerer, Alfred Louis Chem 2724 Dayton st.

Klem, Mary Jeanette Arts 1940 Arsenal st,

Koken, Ernest C. F Civ. Eng a522 Hawthorne boul,

Leavitt, Sherman Chem 5515 Cabann^ pi.

Lewis, John James Arts Webster Groves, Mo

McClure, Ralph Stanton Civ. Eng 6814 Smiley av.

Merner, Blanche' Arts 3968 Finney av.

Phillips, Silas Bent Chem 4442 Morgan st.

Pierson, Ruth Howard Arts 1211 N. Garrison av.

Ritschy, Lewis John Mech. Eng....2744 Russell av.

Schmedtje, Adolph Henry.. Chem 2337 S. 13th st.

Steinbreder, Alvina Louisa-Arts 5043 Vernon av.

Stokes, Victor Hugo Civ. Eng Tecumseh, Mich.

Toensfeldt, Hans Carl Civ. Eng 912 S. 9th st.

Total, 23
SOPHOMORE CI.ASS.

Alt, Arnold Dettman 3819 •West Pine boul.

Baumgarten, Karl 2643 Chestnut st

Bennett, Maud Warne 2903 Dickson st.

Black, Gurdon Gilmore Clayton, Mo.

Brown, Mabel Wolcott 1332 N.King's Highway.

Bryan, Grace 3746 Windsor pi.

Candler, Arthur Van Burcu 6703 S. 6th st

CrecUius, Florence Lesette 1110 Dillon st.

Eliot, Henry Ware, Jr 2635 Locust st

Erekine, Lucille 4975 Nabada st

Flickner, Martha Ver Bryck 2200 Salisbury st

Fulhage, I^ulse 1709 Chouteau av.

Glasgow, Carr Lane 2847 Washington av.

Glasgow, William Ross 2847 Washington av.

Greensf elder, Albert Preston Central, Mo.

Griffin, Everett Paul 2842 W. Chestnut st

Harting, Otto Frederick 2705 N.^ 11th st



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Names. Residence.

II ay dock/ Daniel Winters Normandy, Mo.

Hudson, Marjorie Hannah 1820 O'Fallon st.

Judd» Nellie 1431 Locust sL

L,yx}n, Dora L#aurina 4415 Kenn^rly av.

Miller, Jean^tte Charlotte 3628 Cass av.

Mueller, Laura Carlyn 5058 Kensington av.

Olmstead. Mabel 4348 Garfield av.

Senseney, Eugene Towner — 2829 Washington av.

Sessinghaus, Emilie 2901 Kauscheoibach av.

Snyder, Allen Lane 4111 Delmar boul.

Trail, Mary Wilson 3513 Laclede av.

Tuholske, Rose 2337 Locust st.

Vegely, Norman Oscar St Joseph, Mo.

Wiederholdt, Ernest Ferdinand 1211 Morrison av.

Total, 31.

FRESHMAN CLASS.

Battle, Anita Frances 3714 Stoddard st.

Bolt, Richard Arthur 5G10 Bartmer av.

Carter, Edwin Famham Farmlugton, Mo.

Castellanos, Leopoldo Justo 2140 Lafayette av.

Chandler, Harold Brooks Klrkwood, Mo,

Cutts, Francis Tbacher 3887 Washington av.

Dawes, Henry Arthur 4322 Prairie av.

Denton, Francis Douglas 5401 Maple av.

Devoy, Charles Louis 3111 Laclede av.

Eilers, Ralph 4935 Easton av.

Ferriss, Henry T. Simon 5828 Cabanne pi.

Golsan, Leila Belle 4008 Delmar boiil.

Good, John Harrison Kirkwood, Mo.

Hammel, Waldemar Edwin 6631 Michigan av.

Jacobs, Edgar Weinstein 2824 CiarK av.

Lachmund, Meta Baxter 2727 Russell av.

MagiU, Frank H 1131 N. 18th at.



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Names. Rrsidence.

Mope, Lucius Elmer 5881 Plymouth av.

Miiench, Alice Frances :ill7 I^ngfellow boul.

Murphy, Itobert Lincolo 21X)0 St. Vincent av.

Xipher, Mary Eugenia 3021 Dickson st

Parker, George Ward, Jr 3405 Oak Hill av.

Pollard, Harry Moses 3015 Washington av.

Schade, Florence Garrell 2221 Benton st.

Scheel, Frederick Eng«lmanu Belleville, 111.

Schulenbnrg. Gustavus C 2822 Eads av.

Schulte, Henry Frank George, Jr. . . Oakville, Mo.

Shahan, William Bwing Attolla, Ala.

Snow, Roger Don 4171 Shenandoah av.

Stodieck, John J 2014 S. Broadway.

Taylor. William Roland 4036 Westminster pi.

Whittemore, Audenried 08 Vandeventer pi.

Wiederholdt, Carl Alfretl 1211 Morrison av.

Williams, Joseph A 4280 Page av.

Total. 34.,

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES NOT YET
CLASSIFIED.

Daudt, Otto Armin St. Charles, Mo.

Flanigan, Blanche 5010 Raymond a v.

Feuerbacher, Max William 1 120 Sidney st.

Champlin, Edith Marie 3510A Bell av.

Forder, Samuel Walker S. St. Louis.

Gladfelter, Edith Ednah 4720 N. 20th st.

Jacobs, Max William 2307 S. 9th st.

Kelleter, Paul Delmar 3114 Illinois av.

Swift, Gluarlotte Bradshaw 3507 Washington av.

Thornton, Frances Roberta Pulaski, la.

Tittmann, Alice Fabian 2732 Russell av.



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UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT. 2

Nambs. Residence.

Wesseler, WilHam Julius 2810 S. 13th st.

Wood, Eulalle 342U Texas av.

Total, 13.

SPECIAL STUDENTS.

Aiiheuser, Edward 3131 Russell av.

Bartlett, Roy 3021 Eads av.

Berkeley, Edward Fairfax III 4140 Delniar bonl.

Bullock, (5eorge Benbow 5333 Maple av.

Burnham, Grace, A. B 1898 2J>42 Laclede av.

Carpenter, Blanche Eleanor 3000 Finney a v.

Chai)lin, Susan Elizabeth. A. B.

18J)7 3030 W. Pine boul.

Donovan, I^ras Marie 3037 Pine St.

Drake, Berthoud Francis, B. S.

Princeton Univ., 1898 2912 Washington av.

Ericson, Helen M 2727 RuFsell av.

Fowler, John Richard 1401 S. Grand av.

Fulks, Elbridge Byron California, Mo.

Gamble, Clarence Oliver 5901 Plymouth av.

(Glasgow, William Hargadine 3050 Washington boul.

Hart, William Augustus 19 Portland pi.

Haydo'k, Anna Thompson Normandy, Mo.

Holman. Charles Henry 3744 Finney av.

Hull, Stephen Allen ^^ttle. Wash.

Ijang, (Jeorge, Jr West Plains, Mo.

Laivgsdorf, Alexander Suss, B. S.

1898 3133 I^dede av.

Ivichter, John James, Jr., I). K.

1890 5935 Virginia av.

.Mt"Cluuey, Clara 4427 Westmin.ster pi.

McCullough. Roberta 1521 K. Grand a v.

Maginnis, Eugenie Cecile 4338 Washington boul.

Markham, Frances G 4901 Berlin av.



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Names. • Rbsidbncb.

Nicholson, €lara Belle 51G N. Garrison av.

Prewltt, Ray rorterfleld 3101 Finest

Reynolds, Stephen Clark 4124 Delmar boul.

Roever. William Kenry, B. S.,

1897 3028 St. Louis av.

Sesainghaus, Bertha Charlotte, A.

B. 1898 2901 Rauschenbach av.

Siddy, Katherine Webster Groves, Mo.

Stix, Alma. ... 3135 Washington av.

Stix, Edith ; . ..3135 Washington av.

Stiiart, James Lyall 5346 Maple av.

Sylvester, James Joseph III 5739 Oabanne pi.

Wells, Harry Prescott, M. D 1833 Cass av.

Wiener, Sara Elizabeth ;>854 Westminster pi.

Woodward, Margaret 3013 Hawthorne' boul.

Wright, Eleanor Wetherell 30 Windemere pi.

Total 39.

CANDIDATES FOR ADVANCED DEGREES.

FOR THK DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY.

Pammel, Louis H.,

B. S., Univ. of Wis., 1885, Botany Ames, la.

Von Schrenk, Hermann,

B.S., Cornell Univ., 1893.

A.M., Harv. Univ., 1894 Botany St. Louis.

Webber, Herbert J.,

B.S., Univ. of Neb., 1889.

A.M., Univ. of Neb., 1890 .Botany Washington, D. C.

FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF ARTS.

Adams, Grace,

A.B,, Wash. Univ., 1898 History St. Louis.



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Gilbert, Helen,

A.B., Wash. Univ., 1897 History St. Louis.

Hospes, Cecilia Lizzette,

A.B., Wash. Univ., 1896 German St. Louis.

Jackson, Edward Fisher,

A.B., Wash. Univ., 1881.

H. M., Wash. Univ., 1883 ...Latin St. Ivouis.

Pirscher, Charles Frederick,

A.B., Wash. Univ.. 1896 German St. Louis.

Wittier, William Stephen,

A.B.,Wash. Univ., 1898 History St. Louis.

FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE.

Langsdorf, Alexander 'Suss,

B.S., Wash. Univ., 1898 ...Elec. and Mag St. Louis.

Selby, Augustine Dawson,

B. S., Ohio State Univ., 1893 Botany St. Louis.

Total, 11.

SUMMARY.

Seniors 17

Juniors 23

Sophomores 31

Freshmen 33

104

Candidates for degrees not classi-
fied 13

Special Students 39

Candidates for Advanced Degrees 11

Total }67



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WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



COURSES OF INSTRUCTION PROVIDED IN
THE UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

GREEK.

Professor Waterhouse. Three times a week4

1. Herodotus (selections).

2. Homer (selections). Isocrates: The Panegyric.

3. Demosthenes on tlie Crown; Thucydldes (selections).

4. Selections from the Tragedians.

5. Selections from the Tragedians,
ti. Plato (selections).

LATIN.

Professor Jackson, Three times a week.

1. Livy: Second Punic War. Books XXI-XXX.

2. Horace: Odes and Ei>odes; Satires and Epistles (selec-

tions).

3. Cicero: Philosophical Works (selections): Letters.

4. Plautus, Terence, Juvenal (selections).

5. Tacitus: Annals and Histories (selections).

(>. Suetonius; Seneca: Moral Essays; Quintilian.

7. Seneca: Tragedies; Martial, Epigrams; Lucretius.

8. Pliny: Letters; Catullus, Tibullus, I'ropertlus (selec-

tions).

ENGLISH.
Professor Dixon.
1. The elementary laws of all writing. Canons of correct
usajge in language. The function of grammars and
dietlowarie.s. Analysis of sentences. English idioms-
Auxiliary verbs, conditional sentences, relative pro-
nouns, etc. iLitemry forms -the paragraph, article.
(»s.say. The rules of letter-writing. Exercises In com-
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COURSRS OF INSTRUCTION. 31

2. Modern English prose, especially in the departments of

nari^tive and ex[>osition. Framing of s^iiopses ajid
abstracts. Kxercises lu journalistic paragraphs.
Three hours a week.

3. English prose from Sidney and DrjMen to Arnold, New-

man and Lowell. Le<*tures on the development of
English prose. Three hours a week,

4. Modem poetry: Keats, Tennyson, Browning. iSonnet

literature. Two hours a week.
The laws of versification, with exercises. One hour a week.

5. Oratory as a branch of literature. The composition of

an oration. Study of Bacon's essays. Two hours a
week.
Rise and growth of the English novel. Exercises in
story- writing. History of journalism and the essaj'.
One hour a week.
G. Shakespeare; his life and literary career; the quartos
and folios. English and German editors and com-
mentators; textual criticism. Critical reading of one
play (1899, The Winter^ s Tale). Exercises in analyz-
ing the structure of the play, and the development and
interaction of the characters. Three hours a week.
7. Spenser, Milton, (181K), Comus)^ Pope, Wordsworth. Two
hours a -week.
Old English grammar and composition. Lectures on
philology. One hour a week.
8. Dialect literature. Ballad literature. Chaucer and
Burns. Two hours a week.
Seventeenth century prose. One hour a week.

GERMAN.

Professor Heller. Three times a week.

1-2. Elementary Courses. Accidence; Translation from
German into English and from Eng-lish into Ger
man; German Conversation. Reading: • Zschokke,



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der zerbrochene Krug; Fischer^ die wandelnde
(Tlocke, Z.^a«^i^r Traumereien, Slortn^ Immense.
Prescribed for Freshman who did not present German for
admission,

3-4. German Syntax; Prose Composition. JoynesMeissner^



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