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vary somewhat in the diflferent States, it is particularly



•Candidntes who fail in the examination in Latin will be given an
opportunity to make up the deficiency before the beginninjf of their
second year.

••Rejfular entrance examinations will be held on Scptembtr 2fi and
27, 1R09. Candidates may, however, arrange for special examination
during the summer by applying to the Dean.



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ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLRGK. H7

enjoined upon all students to conform, in all respects,
to the special regulations governing admission to
medical practice in the State in which they intend to
reside.

ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING.

Students who have attended one course of lectures
in an accredited regular School of Medicine, or who
are graduates of an approved School of BioIo.2:y, may
enter upon the work of the Second Year upon presen-
tation of a satisfactory grade from their former school
in the studies of the Junior Year, or upon examina-
tion in these studies* Students who have attended
two courses of lectures in an accredited regular School
of Medicine may enter upon the work of the Tliird
year upon presentation of a satisfactory grade from
their former school in the studies of the Junior and
Second years, or upon examination in these studies.

Students who have attended three courses of lec-
tures in an accredited regular School of Medicine may
enter upon the work of the Fourth Year upon presen-
tation of a satisfactory grade from their former school
in the studies of the first three years, or upon examina-
tion in these studies.



♦students from other coUejfes who fail to pass in some of the Junior
examinations, miy be received into the Second Year class on conditton
that they pass these examinations at the end of the Second Year.



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148 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

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 beginnfng
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. (SEMESTER I.)

General Elementary Chemistry, Lectures and Demonstin-

tlon, 3 hours a week.*
Laboratory work In General Chemistry, 4 hours.
Anatomy: Osteology and Syndesmology, Lectures and

Demonstrations, 3 h.f
Descriptive Anatomy (other than Osteology), Lectures and

Demonstrations, 3 h.
Practical Anatomy, Laboratory work, 8 h.
Laboratory work in Histology, 6 h.
Materia Medica, Lectures and Demonstrations, 4 h.*

JUNIOR YEAR, SECOND TERM. (SEMESTER II.)

Chemistry: Laboratory work lin Qualitative Analysis, 7 h.f

Descriptive Anatomy, Lectures and Demonstrations, 3 h.*

Practical Anatomy, Laboratory work, 8 h.

Histology, Laboratory work, 6 h.f

Pliysiology, Lectures, Demonstrations and Conferencei,

4h.
Pharmacy, Laboratory work, 4 h.



•Kxaminalion in this branch Is held about the end of the Semester.
tFinal examination at the end of the Semester.



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ST. 1,01'IS MEDICAL COIXRGE. 149

SECOND YEAR, FIRST TERM. (SEMESTER III.)

Descriptive Anatom^s lectures and DemoD«trations, 3 b.
Kegioual Anatomy, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 b.f
I'ractk'al Anatomy, Laboratory work, 8 h.
l*bysioIog3', Lectures, Demonstrations and Conferences,

4 h.t
Pbysiology, Laboratory work, 4 b.
I'atbology, I*atbological Anatomy and Histology, Lectures

and Demonstrations, 3 b.
I'atbological Histology, Laboratory work, 4 b.
Tbernpoutics, Lectures and Demonstrations, 3 b.
C'liiiical Oliemistry and Chemical Diagnosis, Laboratory

work, 4 'h.

SECOND YEAR, SECOND TERM. (SEMESTER IV.)

Descriptive Anatomy, lioctures and Demonstrations, 3 b.f
Practical Anatomy, Laboratory' work, 8 b.
Bacteriology, Laboratory work, 4 b.j
Pathology, Lectures and Demonstrations, 3 h.t
Pathological Histology, liaborntory work, 4 b.
Therapeutics, Lectures and Demonstrations, 1 b.f
Clinical Chemistry and Chemical Diagnosis, Laboratory

work, 4 h.t
Medicine: Practical Exercises In Normal Percussion and
Auscultation, 2 h.

General Medical Clinic, 1 h.
Surgery: Practical Exercises 'hi Surgical Dressing*, 1 h.

General Surgical Clinic, 1 h.



tPlnal Kxamination at the end of the Semester.



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150 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

THIRD YEAR, FIRST TERM. (SEMESTER V.)

Medicine: Principles of Medicine, Lectures, 1 h.

Physical Diagnosis, Practical Exercises, 3 h.
Practice of Medicine (first half), Lectures and

Demonstrations, 3 h.
Diseases of Children, Lectures and Demonstra-
tions, 2 -h.
General Medical Clinics, 2 h.
Cl'lnic for Diseases of Children, 1 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Nose, Throat and
Chest, 2 h.
Surgery: Principles and Practice of Surgery, Lectures
and Demonstrations, 3 h.
General Surgical Clinucs, 5 h.
Clinic for Ortliopaodic Surgery, 1 h.
Obstetrics: Lectures, Demonstrations and Exercises on the

Manikin, 3 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Skin, 1% h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Ear, 1 h.

THIRD YEAR, SECOND TERM. (SEMESTER VI.)

Medicine: Principles of Medicine, Lectures, 1 h.f

Practice of Medieine (lirst half). Lectures and
Demonstrations, 3 h.*

General Medical Clinics, 2 h.

Clinical Conference, 1 h.

Diseases of Children, Lectures and Demonstra-
tions, 2 h.

Clinic for Diseases of Children, 1 h.

Diseases of the Nervous System, Lectures and
Demonstrations, 2 h.

•Kxaraination iu this branch is held about the end of the Semester.
tFinal Kxaraination at the end of the Semester.



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ST. W)UIS MBDICAL COI,I,KGE. 161

GUivlc for Diseases of the Nervous System, 1 h.

Clinic for Diseases of the Nose, Throat and
Chest, 2 h.
Surgery: Principles and Practice of Surgery. Lectures
and Demonstrations, 3 h.f

General Surgical Clinics, 5 h. *

Clinic for Orthopaedic Surgery, 1 h.f
Obstetrics: Lectures, Demonstrations and Exercises, 3 h.f
Gynaecological CHnics, 2 h.

Clinic for Diseases of the Genlto-Urinary Organs, 2 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Skin, V^ h.
Ophthalmology, liectures and Demonetratlons, 1 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Ear, 1 h.t

SENIOR YEAR. FIRST TERM. (SEMESTER VII.)

Medicine: Practice p't Medicine (second half), Lecturea
and Demonstrations, 3 h.
Clinic for Diseases of Children, 1 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Nervous System, 1 h.
Clinic for Mental Diseases, 2 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Nose, Throat and
Chest, 2 h.
Surgery, Oeoieral Surgical Clinics, 5 h.||
Obstetrical Out- Clinic, by appointment. ||
Gynaecologr* I^cctures and Demonstrations, 1 h.

Gynaecological Clinics, 2 h.
Genito-Urinary Surgery, Lectures and Demonstrations, 2 h.
Clinic for Genlto-Urinary Surgery, 3 h.
Clinic for Syphilis, 1 h.
Clinic for Diseases of the Skin, 1% h.f



tPinal Examination at the end of the Semester.

[(Opportunity is given to senior students to repeat the Course of Lectures
on the Principles and Practice of Ssrgery, and on Obstetrics.



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152 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

Ophthalmology, liCctures and Demonstrations, 1 h.

Oi)hthnlmlc Gliulc, 1 h.
llygleni?, Lectures and Demonfltrations, 2 h.t

SKNIOR YEAR, SKCOND TERM. (SEMESTER VIII.)

Medicine: Practice of Medicine (second half), Lectures
and Demonstrations, 3 h.f

General Medical Clinics, 2 h.f

(Clinical Conference, 1 h.

Clinic for Diseases of Children, 1 h.f

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

Clinic for Diseases of the Nose, Throat and
Chest, 1 h.
Surgery, Lectures and Demonstrations on Fractures and
Dislocations, 2 h.fll

General Surgical Clinics, 3 h.f
Obstetrical Out-Clinic, by appointment. |i
Gynaecology, I^ectures and Demonstrations, 2 h.f

Gynaecological Clinic, 1 h.
Clinic for (Jenito-TTrinary Surgery, 1 h.

Lectures on Syphilis, 1 h.

(ninic for Syphilitic Diseases, 1 h.
Ophthalnilc Clinic, 1 h.f

Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, I^ectures, Demonstra-
tions and Autopsies, 2 h.f



tKiual ICxamination at the end of the Semester.

i:Opportunity is fi^iven to senior students to repeat the Course of Lectures
on the Principles and Practice of Surgery, and on Obstetrics.

Note. — 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 pROGRAMSf e
furnished at the beginning of the term.



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ST. LOUIS MEDICAL COLLKGE. 153

POST-GRADUATE COURSE.

Physicians, graduates of an accredited regular
school of medicine, are admitted to any of the courses
of instruction given in the College, subject to such re-
strictions as may grow out of the assignment of hours
.n the programmes of work laid out for the several
classes, and to the single further restriction that, in case
of those desirous of taking advanced laboratory work,
such proficiency in elementary work as may be neces-
sary for its successful prosecution will be required. A
certificate of actual attendance will be given upon re-
quest.

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION.

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

(2) He must be of good moral character (which in-
cludes unexceptionable conduct while at College).

(3) He must have attended not less than /owr regu-
lar 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
examination.

(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.



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154 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

DEGREES.

The degree of Doctor of Medicine, cum laude, will
be conferred 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
summa cum laude.

TRXT-BOOKS.

The names of works recommended as Text-Books are
printed in italics; those recommended for reference in com-
n?on type— latest eddtions being understood.

Chkmistrv.

Long's Experimental and Analytical Chemistry. Sanger's
Laboratory notes in General Chemistry and Qualitative An-
alysis. Simon's Manual of Chemistry. Newth's Text-Book
of Inorganic Chemistry.

Anatomy.

Morris's Human Anatomy^ or Gray's Anatomy. Holden's
Guide to Dissections. Wilder' s Anatomical Technology.
Treves's Surgical Applied Anatomy. Quain's Anatomy,
Holdeu's Osteology.

HisTor.oGY.

Piersol. Stohr.

Phvsiot^ogy.

Foster. American Text-Book of Physiology. Stewart 's
Manual of Physiology.



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st. i<ouis mbdical collecgb. 156

Matbria Mbdica and Thbrapeutics.

//. C. Wood's Therapeutics. Hare's Text-Book of Prac-
tical Therapeutics. Thornton's Dose-book and Manual of
Prescription Writing. United States Dispensatory.

Pathoi^ogical Anatomy and Histology.

Ziegler. Woodhead. Dela field &* Prudden.

Bacteriology.

Sternberg's Manual for Students, McFarland's Text-
book of Pathogenic Bacteria,

Medicink.

Osier y or Wood and Fitz^ or Tyson, Practice of ^ fed nine ,
Musser^ Physical Diagnosis, Simon, Clinical Diagnosis,
Vierordt or Da Costa, Medical Diagnosis.

Diseases ok the Nervous System.

C, L. Dana, L. C. i-iray. Insanity, Jno. B. Chapin.

Diseasp:s ©k Children.

Rotch, Pediatrics, Holt, Diseases of Infancy and Child-
hood, Smith, Diseases of Children, American Text- Book of
Diseases of Children.

Surgery.

Park's Treatise on Surgery by American Authors. Amer-
ican Text-book\of Surgery. Hamilton on Fractures and Dis-
locations. Stimson's Operative Surgery. Warren's Surgical
Pathology and Therapeutics.

Obstetrics.

Playfair. Pannn. Davis. Dorlein. Boisliniere on Obstet-
rical Accidents^ Emergencies and Operations.



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Gyn^coi/jgy.

American Text-book of Gynaecology. Clinical Gynse-
cology, Keating & Coe. Good ell, Lessons in Gynaecology.
Garrigues, Diseases of Women. American System of Ob-
stetrics and Gynaecology. Thomas & Mund^, Diseases of
Women. Byford, Manual of Gynaecology.

Grnito-Urinary Diseases.
Morroiv's System, Vol. J. Taylor. White & Martin.

Syphilis.
Co mil. (American Edition.)

Ophthalmology.
Nettlcship. Norris and Oliver. Noyes. Fuchs.

Otology.
Buck. Field. Burnett. Politzer.
Dermatology.
C yocker. J oh nson .

Forensic Medicine.

Witthaus and Becker, Medical Jurisprudence, Forensic
McMiieine and Toxicology.

Orthopaedic Surgery.

y'oun^; Orthopadic Smxery. Walsham and Hughes,
Doformitics of the Human Foot. Bradford and Lovett.

Ortliopacdic Surgery.



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ST. I«OUIS MEDICAL COI«I«EGE. 157

FEES.

(PAYABI^E IN SEPTEMBER OF EACH YEAR.)

^latriculatiou Fee (payable but once) $ 5 00

Fees for each year 100 00

No charge is made for laboratory supplies or use of
anatomical material.

No charge Is made for demonstrators* or hospital tick-
ets, or for graduation.

The matriculation fee ($5.00) and the fee for the year
{;?1 00.00), are payable to the Dean at the time of matricula-
tion, at t-he beginning of th« college year, In September.

Students arc required to provide themselves with such
articles of chemical apparatus as test-tubes, watch-glass-
es, small (*vapo rating dishes, etc., and also to make good
any loss by breakage or destruction of apparatus belong-
ing to the College.

All indebiedness to the College must be discharged be-
fore entering on the final examination for graduation.

Note — Graduates of the St. Louis Medical College
have pariKrtual free admission, but will be charged a lab-
oratory fee of $20.00.

Graduates, under three years, of other medical schools,
win be charged the matriculation fee and twenty dollars,
for attendance during a college year or part of a yeari
they will also be charged a laboratory foe of $20.00.

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

Ciraduatefc in medicine who may be admitted to the
College as candidates for a degree will be charged the ma-
triculation fee and the fee for one year.

Special Courses of Instruction may be arranged by ap-
plying to the Dean.



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1^8 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

SCHOLARSHIPS.

1. The Henry Hitchcock ScHoi^ARPHipisheld by
Hon. Henry Hitchcock, and entitles the beneficiary to
one year's free tuition.

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

PRIZES.

Two "George F. Gill prizes" are offered to the stu-
dents 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
made the highest grade in the anatomical work as-
signed to the Junior class.

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

of Diseases of Children,

The George F. Gill prizes were awarded to Dr.
John Grken, Jr., a member of the Graduating Class,
for high general average and meritorious work in the
study of Diseases of Children; and to Mr. W. F.
Hardy, a member of the Junior Class, for the best
work in Anatomy.



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ST. IvOUIS MEDICAL COIXKOR. 159

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS.

Positions as internes at the St. Lx)uis City and Fe-
male Hospitals are awarded each year, after competi-
tive examination conducted by the Board of Health.

The successful candidates from the St. Louis Medi-
cal College this year were: Drs. John Green, Jr., R.
B. H. Gradwohl, E. E. Richards, U. S. Smith, S. S.
Stewart, C. W. Thierry, F. J. Taussig.

Physicians who wish to receive the Annual An-
nouncement of the St. Louis Medical College regular-
ly, are requested to send their address to the Secretary
of the Faculty, Dr. John B. Shapleigh, No. 2608 Lo-
cust Street ; notice of change of residence is also de-
sired. 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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CAIyENDAR FOR 1898-99.



Saturday, October 8th: Preliminary Examination.
Monday, October 10th: Opening of Session.
Thursday, November 24th: Thanksgiving Day. Holiday.
Friday, December 23d: Beginning of Christmas recess.
Wednesday, January 4th: End of Christmas Recess.
Wkdnksday, February 22d: Washington's Birthday. Holiday.
Thursday, April 13th: Examination of Junior and Middle

Classes begins.
Thursday, April 27th : Commencement Exercises.



Dentists who wish to receive the Annual Announcement
regularly, or those who have changed their address, are re-
quested to notify the Secretary of the Faculty, Dr.^ A. H.
FuLUiR, Columbia Building, southeast comer Eighth and
Locust Streets.

Any further information may be obtained by addressing or
calling upon the Dean,

Hbnry H. Mudd, M. D.,

2604 Locust Street.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.



BOARD OP OVERSEERS.

JAMES E. YEATMAN, President.
HENBY HITCHCOCK.
HENRY H. MUDD, M. D., Treasurer.
ALBERT H. FULLER, D.D.S., Secretary.
HKNRY J. McKELLOPS, D.D.S.
JAMES B. NBWBY. D.D.S.



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FACULTY.

WINFIELD S. OHAPLIN, LL.D.,

Chancellor of the University,

ELISHA H. GREGORY, M.D., LL.D.,

Professor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery.

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

HENRY H. MUDD.^M.D., DBan,
Professor of Oral and Clinical Surgery,

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

EDGAR M. SENSENBY, M.D.,
Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics.

CHARLES R. SANGER, A.M., Ph.D..

Professor of Chemistry.

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

Professor of the Institutes of Dental Science,

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M.D.,

Professor of Physiology and Histology,

EDWARD H. ANGLE, D.D.S.,

Professor of Orthodontia,

CHAS. W. RICHARDSON, D.D.S.,

Professor of Dental Technics,

ROBERT R. VAUGHN, D.D.S.,
Professor of Mechanical Dentistry.



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LECTURERS.

.lOHN G. HARPER. D.D.S.,

Mechanical Dentistry,

JOSEPH MASERANG. JR., Ph.G..
^Materia Medica and Pharmacy.

GEORGE S. TITTTLE. M.D.,
Dental Anatomy.

JOHN E. NYMAN, D.D.S.,

Porcelain Work and Electro-lherapentics.

CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS.

GEORGE A. BOWMAN, D.D.S.,

JAMES W. WICK, D.D.S..

JAMBS B. NBWBY, D.D.S.,

HENRY M. BAIBD. D.D.S.,

THEODORE L. PBPPERLING, D.D.S.,

ABEL J. PROSSER, D.D.S..

PETER H. EISLOEFFBL, D.D.S.,

JOHN G. HARPER, D.D.S.,

OUMOND H. MANHARD, D.M.D..

AT.HERT H. FULLER, M.D., D.D.S..

JOHN TIFFIN, D.M.D.,

LOUIS W. BARTEL, D.M.I).,

ALFRED D. FULLER, D.M.D..

JOSEPH B. KIMBROUGH, D.M.D.,



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166 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



STUDENTS OF THE MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.
SESSION 1898-99.

NAMB. ADDRESS.

Alley, Elwood Missouri.

Alloway, Henry Clinton Missouri.

Arthur, Willis Bertram, M.I) Missouri.

Bass, Andrew Jackson Missouri.

Bass, John Patton Missouri.

Bauer, Alfred Gottfried Missouri.

Bay, Roy Missouri.

Bey, .John Emll Charles Missouri.

Black, Robert Elliott Illinois.

Bohrer, Earnest Evert Missouri.

Brown, J. Hinton Missouri.

Burgard, Louis Charles Illinois.

Busch, Walter August Missouri

Butts, Robert Olon Texas.

Byrne, Elmer Illinois.

Corder, George Washington Missouri.

Crane, LeRoy Vernon Miller Missouri.

IWckson, Wesley Baxter Missouri.

Oonnell, Thomas Greshaiu Oregon.

Dunn, Freeland Joseph Missouri.

Eaton, Howard Holmes Illinois.

Farrow, Claudius Golden Arkansas.

Ferrell, Houston Everett Missouri.

Ferguson, Stonewall Jackson Missouri.

Fischer, Edward John Missouri.

Gardiner, William Wetzel Missouri.

Goodrich, Stephen Jones Missouri.

Griffin, Edward Missouri.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE. 167

NAME. ADDRESS.

Hartmann, John Michael Ohio.

Haversticls, Edward Everett Missouri.

Heitman, Frederlcli William California.

Heitzig, Albert William Missouri.

Henry, Leonard Quirin Missouri.

Hirschi, Robert Oscar Missouri.

IIofElmann, Henry Robert Missouri.

Hopkins, Merle Robert Minnesota.

Hopkins, Frank Cook Illinois.

Horton, Edward Linn Missouri.

Isle, Mauzey WMtifteld Missouri.

Jones, Ivouis Dibrell Missouri.

.Tordan, Carson (Tamble Missouri.

Kendall, Porter Missouri,

King, Alpheus Carleton , Illinois,

Keller, Harry Missouri.

Kehde, Howard Augustus Missouri.

Kraft, Louis Henry Illinois.

Lamkin, John Tennisson Mississippi.

Lansberg, Herman Max Missouri.

Lehuhard, Philip Jay, Jr Missouri.

Llscher, Berno Edward Illino'ls.

jAing, Joseph Elmer Illinois.

MeCall, Robert Augustus Illinois.

McCalman, Carl Spencer Iowa.

McClean, Alex William Missouri.

McDanel, Mark Leroy Illinois.

McGuire, Eugene Illinois.

McHenry, Ralph Leonidath Missouri.

Mclnemey, Harry William Kansa.s.

McKIbben, William Frank Missouri.

Matkin, Elmer Hicks Missouri.

Matlack, James Allan Illinois.



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NAMB. ADDRESS.

Meriwether, Charles Louis Missouri.

Miller, Joseph Sanf ord Missouri.

Mockbee, Charles Robertson Missouri

Mueller, Henry Charles Illinois.

Myers, Joel B Illinois.

Nifong, Sylvester Cook Missouri.

Obrock, Herman Charles Missouri.

O'Connell, Francis Ellas Missouri.

Pettibone, Jacob Block Iowa.

Pippin, Bland Nixon Missouri.

Powell, Otho Bell Kentucky.

Sappington, Clarence Leffingwell Missouri.

Scherssinger, Alexander Missouri.

Schmidt, Henry Bernard Missouri.

Schwarz, Elmer Henry Illinois.

Schlagenhauf, Edward Illinois.

Scott, Ira Dudley Missouri.

Sellinger, Owen Missouri.

Smith, Handy Linn ., Missouri.

Sone, William James Missouri.

Spann, Herman Theodor Missouri

Stamm, Anton Peter Missouri.

Staudinger, Paul Washington Missouri

Steinmesch, Henry Garrette Missouri.

Stephens, Charles Edmund Texas.

Stockhoff, Arthur Martin Missouri.

Stone, Frank Powell Missouri.

Strange, Algy Ferdinand Illinois.

Straube, Clarel Shipherd Missouri.

Temm, Brantner Edwin William Missouri.

Terhellen, Emil William Missouri

Terrell, Will George Barkley Illinois.

Thllenlns, Arnold Otto Missouri.



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MISSOURI DENTAI. COI^I^GK. 169

NAMS. ADDRESS.

Trauemicht, Fred W^llllam Missouri.

V&n Buslcirlc, Joe M Missouri.

Walker, Edward Wllber Missouri.

Wagner, Cliflford Winfleld Illinois.

Wanamaker, Earl Missouri.

Wavrin, John Arthur Iowa.

Weber, Wilson Rudolph Texas.

WesthoflP, George Ilenr.v ^lartiii M'issouri.

Wild, Rudolph Missouri.

Wild, John Missouri.

Williamson, Henr>' Tumor Texas.

Willett, Raymond Clair Iowa.

Willson, Joseph Emory Indiana.

Wolf, Albert William Illinois.

Wood, Harry Thomas Missouri.

Wurtz, Eugene Davis Illinois.

Wyckoff, Charles Illinois.

Voung, William Beastall Illinois.

Total ^ Ill*



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170 WASHINGTON UNIVBRSITY.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.
Every candidate for admission must present to the
Faculty satisfactory evidence of a good, moral charac-
ter. He must have a good English education, as
evidence of which he must present a certificate of
graduation from a high school, college, or university ;
or an entrance certificate to the Freshman class of the
academical department of a college or university may
be accepted. The institution, however, granting these
certificates to be accredited as standard by the com-
munities within which they are located; or, in lieu of
this certificate he must take a written examination by
an appointee of the State Superintendent of Educa-
tion, in the following studies: —

r Grammar,
Engush :< Composition,

(^ Grammatical Construction.

{United vStates,
General.

f Descriptive,
Geography: "S ^, . ,
t Physical.

{Advanced Arithmetic,
Algebra — through Quadratics,
Plane Geometry,
f Rules of Grammar, Declensions, Conjugations.
Latin : -l Construction.

[^ Translation of Easy Prose.
Elrmentary Physics.

Students who have attended courses of lectures In
other accredited schools of Dentistry, will be received



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MISSOURI DBNTAI, COIJ^KCR. 171

into the advanced grades of Middle and Senior classes
upon presentation of certificates of having passed ex-
aminations in the studies of the Junior and Middle



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