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EDWARD C. ELIOT, A. M., LL.B.,

Lecturer on Sales and Bailments . 5468 Maple av.

PEXDLETON TAYLOR BRYAN,
LL.B., Lecturer on the Law of
Torts and Negligence 4346 McPherson av.

CHARLES P. JOHNSON, A. M.,
LL.B., Lecturer on Criminal Law . 4300 Washington boul.

FREDERICK N. JUDSON, A. M.,
LL.B., Lecturer on Constitutional
Law 3733 Washington boul.

ISAAC H. LIONBERGER, A. M.,
Lecturer on Corporations, Statutes
of Limitations and Statutes of
Fraud 3630 Delmar boul.

LEE SALE, LL.B., Lecturer on Part-
nership 2734 Lucas av.

PAULF. COSTE, A. B., LL.B., I.ec-
turer on Agency 44 Nicholson pi.

JACOB KLEIN, LL.B., Lecturer on
Extraordinary Legal Remedies . . 1742 Missouri av.

C. ORRICK BISHOP, Lecturer on
Criminal Law Jennings, Mo.

EDWARD S. ROBERT, LL.B., Lec-
turer on Evidence 3224 Washington av.

JAMES P. MAGINN, LL.B., Lecturer
on Evidence 5688 Bartmer av.

EBEN C. RICHARDS, LL.B.. Lec-
turer on Damages 4007 Washington boul.



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10 WASHINGTON UNIVKHSITY,



ST. LOLIS AND MISSOURI MEDICAL COLLEGE.

J. B. JOHNSON, M. D., Professor
Emeritus of the Principles and Prac-
tice of Medicine 4244 Washington boul.

P. GERVAIS ROBINSON, M. D.,
LL.D., Professor Emeritus of the
Principles and Practice of Medicine 2710 Washington av.

J. K. BAUDUY, M. D., LL.D., Pro-
fessor Emeritus of Psychological
Medicine and Diseases of the Nerv-
ous System 2808 Olive st.

J. M. SCOTT, M. D., Professor Emer-
itus of Obstetrics 8313 Morgan st.

ELISHA H. GREGORY, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of the Principles of Sur-
gery 3625 Lucas av.

G. BAUMGARTEN, M. D., Dean and
Professor of the Practice of Medicine 2643 Chestnut st.

H. TUHOLSKE, M. D., Professor of
the Practice of Clinical Surgery . . 2387 Locust st.

T. F. PREWITT, M. D., Professor of
the Principles of Surgery 3101 Pine st.

♦H, H. MUDD, M, D., Professor of
the Practice of Surgery and Clinical
Surgery, Dean

W. K. FISCHEL, M. D., Professor of
Clinical Medicine 2647 Washington av.

ROBERT LUEDEKING, M. D., Pro-
fessor of the Diseases of Children . 1837 Lafayette av.

JOHN P. BRYSON, M. D., Professor
of Genito-Urinary Surgery, Treas. . 3883 West Pine boul.

JLTSTIN STEER, M. D., Professor of

Clinical Medicuie 3126 Washington av.

• Died November 20, IWf.^.



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OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT AND INSTRUCTION. 11

W. A. HARDAWAY, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of Diseases of the Skin
and Syphilis 2920 Locust St.

H. N. SPENCER, A. M., M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of Otology 2725 Washington av.

W. C. GLASGOW, A. B., M. D., Pro-
fessor of Clinical Medicine and La-
mygology 2847 Washington av.

HENRY SCHWARZ, M. D., Professor
of Obstetrics 1723 Chouteau av.

PAUL Y. TUPPER, M. D., Professor
of Applied Anatomy and Operative
Surgery 4236 Delmar boul.

E. W. SAUNDERS, M. D., Professor
of Diseases of Children and Clinical

Midwifery 163^ S. Grand av.

N. B. CARSON, M. D., Professor of
Clinical Surgery 4379 Westminster pi.

J. B. SHAPLEIGH, M. D., Professor
of Otology, Secretary 3840 Delmar boul.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Physiology, Registrar . .4105 Washington boul.

JOHN GREEN, M. D., Special Pro-
fessor of Ophthalmology .... 2670 Washington av.

FRANK R. FRY, M. D., Professor of
Diseases of the Nervous System . .3133 Pine st.

F. A. GLASGOW, M. D., Professor of

Clinical Gynaecology 405() Washington boul.

H. G. MUDD, M. D., Professor of
Fractures and Dislocations, and Clin-
ical Surgery 4144 Washington boul.

E. M. SEXSENEY, M. D., Professor
of Diseases of the Throat, Nose, and
Chest . ._ 2829 Washington av.

A. J. STEELE, M. D., Professor of
Orthopedic Surgery 2H25 Washington av.



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JOSEPH GRINDON, M. D., Professor
of Clinical Dermatology and Syphilis. 509 N. Theresa ay.

A. V. L. BROKAW, M. D., Professor
of Clinical Gynaecology 3147 Washington av.

AMAND RAVOLD, M. I)., Professor
of Bacteriology and Hygiene . . . 2806 Morgan st.

CHARLES NAGEL, LL.B., Professor
of Medical Jurisprudence .... 3969 Washington boul.

W. H. WARREN, Ph. D., Assistant
Professor of Chemistry 1806 Locust st.

R. J. TERRY, M. D., Assistant Pro-
fessor of Anatomy 2726 Washington av.

ELSWORTH SMITH, Ju., M. 1).,
Clinical Professor of Medicine . . 3538 Pine st.

1). C. GAMBLE, M. D., Clinical Pro-
fessor of Diseases of the Ear . . . 5961 Plymouth av.

CHARLES H. DIXON, M. D., Clinical
Lecturer ou Surgery 3343 Morgan st.

HENRY L. WOLFNER, M. D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the Eye. 4563 Forest Park boul.

GREENFIELD SLUDER, M. D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the Nose,
Throat and Chest 2647 Washington av.

EDWIN C. BURNETT, M. D., Clinical
Lecturer on Syphilis University Club.

VILRAY P. BLAIR, M. D., lecturer on
Descriptive Anatomy 319 N. Grand av.

A. E. EWING, M. D., Clinical lecturer
on Diseases of the Eye 3333 Washington av

LOUIS H. BEHRENS, M. D., Clinical
Lecturer on Diseases of the Chest . 3607a Olive st.

ALBERT E. TAUSSIG, M. D., Clin-
ical Lecture on Medicine .... 2018 Rutger st.

JOSEPH MASERANG, Jr., Ph. G.,
Lecturer on Materia Medica and
Pharmacy 3838 Easton av.



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OFFKJKRS OF <iOVEENME\T AND INSTttrCTION. l.*J

THEODOR KODIS, M. D., lecturer
on Pathology, and (Curator of the
Museum 3126 Morgan 8t.

HENRY C. HARTMAN, M. 1)., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery. 1301 St. Ange av.

GIVEN CAMPBELL, Jr., M. D., Clin-
ical Lecturer on Diseases of the
Nervous System 3537 Morgan st.

GEORGE M. TUTTLE, M. 1)., lec-
turer on Therapeutics 2942 Washington av.

MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.

ELISU A H. GREGORY, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of the Principles and
Practice of Surgery 8626 Lucas av.

ALBERT H. FULLER, M. D., D.D.S,,
Dean and Professor of Operative
Dentistry Columbia bldg.

ORION W. BEDELL, M. D., D.M.D.,
Secretary and Professor of the Insti-
tutes of Dental Science .... 1909 Lafayette av.

ROBERT R. VAUfJHAN, D.D.S.,
Professor of Operative Technics . 3109 Olive st.

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

JOSEPH MASERANG, Jr., Ph. G.,
Instructor in Materia Medica and
Pharmacy 3838 Eastdn av.

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

NORMAN B. CARSON, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Oral and Clinical Surgery 3»>0() Olive st.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M. D., Pro-
fessor of Physiology and Histology . 4105 Washington boul.

HERMAN F. CASSELL, D.M.I)., Pro-
fessor of Mechanical Dentistry . 2602 Locust st.



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ARTHUK E. MATTESON, D.D.S.,
ProfcHsor of Orthodontia . . . Chicago, Ills.

GEORGE M. TITTLE, M. D., Anslst-
ant Professor of Materia Medlca and
Therapeutics 3509 Morgan st.

WILLIAM H.WARREN, A. M., Ph. D.,
Assistant Professor of Chemistry . 1H06 Locust st.

ROBERT J. TERRY, M. D., Assist-
ant Professor of Descriptive Anat-
omy . 1«06 Locust St.

CHARLES E. STEPHENS, D.M.I).,
Demonstrator of Mechanical Den-
tistry 1814 Locust St.

WILLIAM G. TEEL,D.M.D., Demon-
strator of Operative Dentistry . .1814 Locust st.



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GENEBAL STATEMENT.

Washington University, founded in the city of St.
Louis, under an Act of Incorporation by the State of
Missouri, approved February 22, 1858, is intended to
embrace the whole range of University studies except
Theology, and to afford opportunity of complete prepara-
tion for every sphere of practical and scientific life.

By the eighth article of the Constitution, '* No instruc-
tion, 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
Mubject to alteration at any time ; " but to guard against
all encroachments in this important particular, the Direct-
ors have obtained from the General Assembly an amend-
ment 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 religion,
or partisan in politics, shall be allowed in any department
of said University ; and no sectarian or party test shall
be allowed in the election of professors, teachers or



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l(i WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

other orticers of said University ; or in the admission of
scholars thereto, or for any purpose whatever.

" Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of the Board of Direct-
ors 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 section of this Act, the Board of
Directors shall forthwith remove any such person so
offending 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.

" Skc. 4. In case the Board of Directors, upon he\ng
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 to show their performance of such duty to
the satisfaction of the Court having cognizance of the
matter, and all proceedings under this section shall be
summary, and conducted to a conclusioh with as little
delay as possible ; and the power hereby given to said
courts may be exercised by the judge of either of said
tribunals in vacation.''



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GENERAL STATEMENT. 17

On the 22d of April, 1867, the formal inauguration of
Washington University took place with appropriate exer-
cises in University Hall, and an oration delivered by Hon.
Edward Everett, in the Mercantile Library Hall. An
advanced scientific class was organized 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 Missouri Dental
College in 1892. In 1899 the Missouri Medical College,
which was founded in 1840, was united to the Medical
Department of this University.

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

"ARTICLE V.

'* ENDOWMENT OF PROFESSORSHIPS.

' ' Any person may endow in whole or in part a speci-
fied professorship in the said University ; and if, in the
opinion of the Board of Directors, said endowment shall
be sufficient for the support of said professorship, said
professorship shall bear the name of its founder forever,
unless at the time of the endowment he shall otherwise
direct.



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1« WASHIN(iT<)N rXIVKKSlTY.

^* ARTICLE VI.

*' KNDOWMKNT OF DKPAUTMEXTS.

'* Any person may found, by an adequaU* ondo^vment,
a specified department in said University ; provided 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 IJoard, bo sufficient for the perjwtual
support of said department, it shall bear the name of the
founder thereof forever, unless he shall otherwise direct
at the time of endowintr the same.

-ARTICLE VII.

" srK< IFir FINDS.

'•All funds and property of whatever nature and
description, contributed to the endowment or foundation
of a professorship or department, shall forever be faith-
fully api)lied to the specific purpose for which contrib-
uted, and to no other object whatsoever, without the
written consent of the donor or founder thereof, or his
heirs and assigns, and also the written consent of two-
thirds of the Directors first had and obtained ; provided,
however, that said funds and property in this article
named shall n(»ver be diverted from the purposes of said
Universitv.'*



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WASHINdTON UNIVERSITY

COMPREHENDH :

I. INDKRGKADrATE DKPAUTMKNT;

INCLl'DINd TIIK COLLKGK AND TlIK HCHOOL OF ENGINKRRINO.

Waft hiii^t Oil AvcMiue ami Seventeenth Street.

II. HENKY SHAW SCHOOL OF BOTANY.

1724 Washinsctou Avenue.

III. ST. LOUIS S(\HOOL OF FINE ARTS.

Nineteenth and locust Streets.

IV. ST. LOriS LAW S(^HOOL.
1417 Locust Street.

V. ST. LOUIS AND MISSOURI MEDICAL COLLEGE.
1806 Locust Street.

VI. MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.
1814 Locust Street.



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20 WA>HIN«iTON rXIVEBSITT.

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

I. SMITH ACADEMY.

Wa.shington Avenue and Nineteenth Street.

CHARLES P. CURD, A. M., Ph. D., Principal.

II. MARY INSTITUTE.

Locust and Beaumont Streets.

EDMUND H. SEARS, A. M.. Principal.

HI. MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL.

Washinf^ton 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 Director.



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UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

THE COLLEGE.
THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING.



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REMOVAL TO THE NEW SITE.

The Undergraduate Department of the University,
which includes the College and the School of Engineer-
ing, will in the near future be removed to its new site
immediately north and west of Forest Park, which eon-
tains one hundred fifty-three acres of land, admirably
adapted to University purposes. The cx)st of the land,
about $850,000, was subscribed by generous citizens
of St. Louis.

The new buildings will be as follows: A hall which
will include the administration ottlces of the University
and such subjects of instruction as do not require labor-
atories, to cost $200,000, the gift of Mr. Robert S.
Brookings ; two buildings for the engineering depart-
ments, civil, mechanical and electrical, together with
architecture, to cost $250,000, the gift of Mr. Samuel
Cupples ; a building devoted to chemistry to cost $100,-
000, the gift of Mr. Adolphus Busch ; and a dormitory
to cost $100,000, the gift of Mrs. John E. Liggett.
The Board also holds the gifts of the late Mr. Stephen
Ridgley, amounting now to about $100,000, which are to
be expended in the construction and maintenance of a
library building. Work on these buildings has already
begun and they will be completed and equipped as soon
as possible. It is reasonably certain that they will be
ready for occupancy by September, UK) I.



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UNDKRGRADCATE DEPARTMENT.

INCLI'DIXG TIIK CH)LLK(JK AND THK SilHOOL OF KNOINUEUING.



VVINKIKU) S. CHAPLIN,
Chancrllor.

PROFESSORS.

SVLVESTEK WATEKHOUSE,

ProffttHor of (ireek.

CALVIX M. WOODWARD,

Profrttmr of .\f(Uhtmati<'» and Applied Mechanical.

(;E0R(JE E. JACKSON,

FrofenHor of Latin.

MARSHALL S. SNOW.

ProffSKor of Itiitorff and Dntn of (UiUet/f.

FRANCIS K. NIPHER,
ProfeMor of Physic*.

EDMCND A. ENCJLER,

ProfeMxor of Mathenuitic» and DeMcriptirr Geometrf/ and Dt-an of the
School of Engineerintf.



ProfenMor of .\Tathematicg and Agtronomti.
WILLIAM TRELEASK.

Pt'offMor of llotanff.

JAMES MAIN DIXON.

Prof*'!t)ntr of EnijIhU.



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OTTO HELLER,
ProftMor of Oemian.

JOHN H. KINEALY,

Professor of Mechanical Engineering.

EDWARD H. REISER,

Professor of Chemistry.

JOHN LANE VAN ORNUM,
Professor of Civil Engineering.

GUSTAV HAMBACH,

Adjunct Professor of Geologt/.

INSTRUCTORS.

HOLMES SMITH,
Instructor in Dratrinff.

GASTON DOUAV,

Instructor in French,

HERMAN VON SCHRENK,
Instructor in Botani/.

ROBERT F. HOXIE,
IiiKtrucfnr in EcononUcs.

(;ellert alleman.

Instructor in Chemistrtf.

ALEXANDER S. LANGSDOHF,
Instructor in Phtjsics.

HERBERT F. ROBERTS,
Instructor in liotntn/.

WILLLVM H. HOEVEK,
Instructor in AHtrononifi.



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LNDEKGRADUATK DKPAKTMK.NT.



25



STUDENTS.



SENIOR CLASS.



NAMEH. COUR8E.

Burgess^ Samnel Allen . . Art8

Chandler^ Albert Barbour . Art8

Dicke, Edward Christian . Civ. Eng.

Eilers, Roy Matthew . . . Arts

Faruham, Anna May . . . Arts . ,

Goebel, Julius Christian . . Arts

(irlmra, Henry England . . Civ. Eng.

Henby, William Hastings . Civ. Eng.

Horwitz, .Alexander Earl^? . Arts

Kamraei-er, Alfred Louis . Chem. .

Klem, Mary Jeauette . . . .Aits

Koken, Ernest V. K. . . . Civ. Enir.
l^eavitt, Sherman .... Cliem. .

Lewis, John James . , . Aits

McClure, Ralph Stanton . . Civ. Eng.

Merner, Blanche . . . . .Arts

Phillips, Silas Bent . . . (Miem. .

Pierson, Ruth Howard . . Arts

Rltschy, I^wis John . . . Mech.Eng

Schmedtje, .Vdolph Henry . Cliem. .

Steinbreder, .Alvina l^ouisa . .Vrts

Stokes^ Victor Hugo . . . Civ. Eng.

Toensfeldt, Hans Carl . . Civ. Eng.

Trail, Mary Wilson . Arts

Wesseler, William Julius . Arts



Ji:NrOR CLASS.



RE8IDBNCE.

21)33 Harper st.
Kirkwood, Mo.
1911 Hebert st.
1«1() King's Highway.
2943 Thomas st.
1216 S. 14th St.
8213 Eads av.
3400 Morgan st.
1323 Carr st.
2724 Dayton st.
1940 Arsenal st.
3522 Hawthorne boul.
.").") 15 Cabanne pi.
Webster (iroves. Mo
<»814 Smiley av.
39(>8 Finney av.
4442 Morgan st.
1211 N. Garrison av.
2858 Henrietta st.
2337 S. 13th St.
5043 Vcnion av.
Tecumseh, Mich.
912 S. 9th St.
3513 Laclede av.
2H19 S. 13th St.

Total, 25.



Alt, Arnold Dettman
Baumgarten, Karl . .
Bennett, Maud Warne .
Black, Gurdon Gilmore



Arts . . 3819 West Pine boul.
Arts . . 2«43 Che.stnut st.
Arts . . 2903 Dickson st.
Civ. Eng. Clayton, Mo.



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WAiiHINGTOX rNIVKRSlTY.



NAM£.<«. rOUU8K. RESIDENCE.

Brown, Mabel VVolcolt . . Arts . . 1332 N. King's Hlghw.

Bryan, Grace Arts . . 374« Windsor pi.

Chamberlin, Caroline . . . Atts . . 3119 Lucas av.
(,'receliiis, Florence Lesette . Arts . . 1110 Dillon st.
Cummius:s, Rutli Uozelle . . Arty . . 3514 Olive st.

Eilers, Kalph Arts . . 4935 Easton av.

Krskine, Lucille Arts . . 4975 Wabada av.

Flickner, Martha Ver Bryrk . Arts . . 2200 Salisbury st. .

Fulhage, Louise Arts . . 1709 Chouteau av.

Glasjjow, Carr Lane . . . Arts . . 2847 Washington av.
Glasgow, William Ross . . Civ. Kug. 2847 Washington av.
(yreensfelder, All)ert Preston. Civ. Kug. Central, Mo.
Griffin, Everett Paul . . . Arts . . 2842 W. Chestnut st.
Hartiug, Otto Frederick . . Civ. Eng. 2705 N. 11th st.
Haydock, Daniel Winters . Arts . . Normandy, Mo.
Hudson, Marjorie Hannah . Arts . . 1820 O'Fallon st.

.ludd, Nellie Arts . . 4323 Morgan st.

Lyon, Dora Laurina . . . Arts . . 4415 Kennerly av.
Miller, Jeanette C'harlotte . Arts . . 3(i28 Cass av.
Mueller, Laura Carlyn . . .Arts . . 5058 Kensington av.

Olmstead, Mabel Arts . . 4348 Garfield av.

Seuseney, Eugene Towner . Arts . . 2829 Washington av.
Vegely, Norman Oscar . . Civ. Eng. St. Joseph, Mo.
Wiederholdt,ErnestFerdinand Mech. Eng. 1211 Morrison av.

Total, 28.
SOPHOMORE CLASS.

Battle, Anita Frances 3714 Stoddard st.

Carter, Edwin Famham 4929 Lotus av.

Charaplin, Edith Marie 3510a Bell av.

Cutts, Francis Thacher 3887 Washington boul.

Dawes, Henry Arthur 4322 Prairie av.

Feuerbacher, Max William 1 12(» Sidney st.

Flanigan, Blanche 5019 Raymond av.

Forder, Samuel Walker S. St. Louis.

Freeman, Mary Louise 5347 Bartmer av.



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rNDEKGHADlATK DKPAKTMENT. 2/

NAMSS. RK8IDSNCS.

(Jladfelter, Edllh Kdnali 4720 N. 20th st.

Jacobs, Max wmiam 2307 S. 9th st.

Kelleter, Paul Delmar :n 14 Illinois av.

Muench, Alice Frances 3117 Longfellow boul.

Murphy, Robert I^incolii 2900 St. Vincent av.

Parker, George Ward 3405 Oak Hill av.

I'ollard, Harry Moses 3015 Washington av.

Schade, Florence Garrell 2221 Benton st.

Scheel, Frederick Engelmaiin .... Uelleville^ III.

Shahan, William Kwing AttoUa, Ala.

Stephens, Joseph Lafayette 1011 Missouri av.

Swift. Charlotte Bradsha^v 3507 Washington av.

Tittmanii, Alice Fabian 2732 Kussell av.

Wiener, Sara Klizabetli 3854 Westminster pi.

Williams, Joseph A 4280 Page av.

Wood, Eulalie 3429 Texas av.

Total, 25.
FHESHMAN CLASS.

Anderson, Alvan Jennings ;W5H Windsor pi.

Aymond, Anne Corinne St. Charles, Mo.

Black. Albert Eugene 2800 Caroline av.

Black, Dudley Frank Kansas City, Mo.

Bond, ThoihaM 3744 Washington av.

Bratney, John Frederick 1724 Preston pi.

Brey, William Wilson 3429 Bell av.

Codding, Frank Souther 452G Page boul.

C'Urtis, Edward Gllon 2140 Lafayette av.

Denton, Francis Douglas 5404 Maple av.

Devoy, Charles Louis 3111 Laclede av.

Drabelle, Hirschel John 4524 McPherson av.

Funkhouser, Uobert 3534 Olive st.

(Tla.«»gow, Clemens Englesing .... 2847 Washington av.

Harrison. Edward Sterne 3747 Westminster pi.

Hofif, Harold Htilman 1728 Wagoner pi.

Hud.son, lone Harriet 1820 O'Fallon st.



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NAMES. RS8IDSNCB.

Hunt, Jennie Ida . 74 Vande venter pi.

Hnnter, George Bowdltcli Jeff'sn Bari-acks. Mo.

Huse, Mary 4047 West Belle pi.

Irvin, Leslie Arthur 4135 Westminster pi.

Martin, James Samuel 5620 Minnesota av.

Mitchell, Clara Fanita Kirkwood, Mo.

Neun, Walter John Geortre 3662 Blaine av.

Samuel, Newman 3407 Washington av.

Schantl, Hans 914 S. 4th st.

Sessinghaus, Eugene Frederick . . . 2901 Rauschenbach av.

Snow. Koger Don 4171 Shenandoah av.

St€idemaun, Oscar Franklin . . . . 4110 N. 11th st.
Stevens. Benjamin Chandler .... 2807 Russell av.

Stoffregen, Otto Garfield 3.514 Hawthorne boul.

Tarlton, (Jeorge Locke East St. Louis, III.

Tittmau, George Fabian 2732 Russell av.

Wagner, Edward Carl, Jr 2724 S. 13th st.

Weber, Kossuth Cayce 4008 Delmar boul.

Weidmami, William ('hrislophcr . . . Belleville, 111.

Weinrich, Morris Frank 1736 Waverly pi.

White, Phillip Ben Klrkwood, Mo.

Wildermau, Eunice Emma Belleville, 111.

Total, 39

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES NOT CLASSIFIED.

Armstrong, Fred, Jr.. ....... 3519 Clark av.

Blschoff, Julius Montgomery .... 2714 Russell av.

Droste, Henry 1828 N. Jefiferson av.

Golsan, Leila Belle 4008 Delmar boul.

Hellmuth, Edgar Phili]) 3107 Brantner pi.

Kammerer. Edward C'harles 2724 Dayton st.

Stuart, Emma Lyall 5346 Maple av.

Terry, Robert James, M. D 2726 Washington av

Thornton, Frances Roberta 3688 Laclede av.

Ziemer, Otto Marystown, 111.

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SPECIAJ. STUDENTS.

NAMES. RESIDENCE.

AdamS; Amanda McConnick .... VV^ebster Groves, Mo.

Ahrens, Leo O' Fallon, Mo.

Avery, Ethel Webster Groves, Mo.

Avis, Mabel Dean, A. B., 1899 .... 4115 Delmar av.

Bartlett, Roy 8021 Eads av.

Beckwlth, Forrest Putnam 1612 St. Louis a v.

Bedinger, Maria Voorhees 3940 Delmar boul.

Branch, Anna Lane, A. B., 1895 . . . 4314 Washington boul.

Carroll, Agnes Marguerite 3521 Cook av.

Chaplin, Susan Elizabeth, A. B., 1897 . 363(J W. Pine boul.

Clark, Ellen C 2730 Pine st.

Clute, Marion Morrill 4808 Hammett pi.

Cochran, Ella A 7 Westmoreland pi.

Eberle, Grace Amelia 4119 Cleveland av.

Ellis, Ethel Lydia 2743 Morgan st.

Friedman, Irma (4 rand Av. Hotel.

Fulks, Elbridge Byron California, Mo.

Goldstein, Carrie Ernestine 4000 Washington boul.

Hart, William Augustus 19 Portland pi.

Huse, lone A 9 Westmoreland pi.

Kennard, Sa Lees 4 Portland pi.

Lang, George, Jr 2920 Pine st.

Langsdorf, Alexander Suss, B. S., 1898 . 3133 Laclede av.

Lee, Wayne 3114 Washington av.

Levy, Maurice Frank 4452 Washington boul.

Long, Lyda 1122 Leonard av.

McCarthy, Harry T 14th and Gratiot sts.

Magill, Frank H 1131 N. 18th st.

Magulre, May Josephine 28 Benton pi.

Menne, Laura Estelle 4387 W. Pine-^oul.

Mohr, Rudolph J Omaha, Neb.



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