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Kleycamp, A. F Missouri.

Klie, C. M. T.,Ph.G Missouri.

Klinefelter, M. L Illinois.

Krenning, W. G Missouri.

Koenig, G. W Missouri.

Kroeger, G. B Missouri.

Langan, H. L Missouri.

I^Bien, E. A.,Ph.G Kansas.

LeGrand, D. W Illinois.

Lenz, Herman Wisconsin.

Lester, R. B Missouri.

Leusley, M, E Missouri.

Lilly, T, E Missouri.

Lionberger, J. R Missouri.

Lischer, R. B Illinois.

Loewenstein, H. M Missouri.

Loflfhagen, E. H Missouri.

Long, F. L Missouri.

McBratney, E. W.,Ph.B Illinois.

McCaffrey, H. E Massachusetts

McCUntock, W. J lUinois.



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MAJEB8. RJCSIDSNCE.

McCully, Alexander Missouri.

McCutchan^ C. L Missouri.

McGlothlan, A. B Missouri.

McKenna^ J. J Missouri.

McQuillan, J. A Illinois.

Magoon, F. L.,M.l) Missouri.

Maruell, F. S Nebraska.

Marshall, Albert , . Missouri.

Martin, J. G Missouri.

Matlack,A. J.,M.I). . Illinois.

May, Alljert Illinois.

Mayes, E. G Illinois.

Mayes, J. F.,Ph.B Indian Territory.

Miller, Cliester.jV.S ' . Missouri.

Miller, H. B Missouri.

Miller, H. K Mis.souri.

Moeller, C. E Illinois.

Montague, E. L Missouri.

Nelson, W. L Missouri.

Newcomb, P. B.,B.S Iowa.

Nies, F. H • . Missouri.

Nolan, J. A Illinois.

Nutz, J. F.,A.B Kansas.

Pace, Henry Arkansas.

Patrick, P. L Missouri.

Patterson, R. V Louisiana.

Pfeiffeni)erger, J. M Illinois.

Pieper, G. A Missouri.

Pierce, C. E.,Pli.G Illinois.

Pierce, William Missouri.

Pinkertou, B. G.,M.I) Syria.

Pitman, J. B Missouri.

Ponder, E. T Arkansas.

Pote, T. B Indiana.

Rafter, J. G.,Pli.G Missouri.

Kawliugs, C. L Indiana.



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NAMK.V. UKSIIIKNtK.

Kcid, E. W Missouri.

lieiiss, A. I^ Illinois.

Keyhuni, A. V.. .Ir Missouri.

Kiffei, H. F \rkansiis.

Hiloy, H. 1) Missouri.

Hohliliijj:, A. H Missouri.

l^)onov, II. M.,A.H Illinois.

Ross, .1. E ^ Missouri.

Kotliman, V. M Missouri.

Kotlisc.liihl, Samuel Missouri.

Hush, \V. H.,15.S., A.M Missouri.

Sasvil, E. M Missouri.

Scheve. E. F Missouri.

Scliewi', E. F. . Missouri.

Schneider. IJ. F Illinois.

Scholz, U. P Missouri.

Schreiljer, .V. W Indiana.

Schujle, II. (i Missouri.

Schulz, II. E Illinois.

Scott, (\ I)..A.H .Missouri.

Scott, T. .A..H.S Indian Territorv,

Siuinks, A. L .Missouri.

Sinnnons, J. A Missouri.

Simpson, James Illinois.

Sinj^er, J. J Missouri.

Smith, A. J Missouri.

Smith, N. E Missouri.

Smith, O. W Missouri.

Smith, P. M.,Ph.l? \rkan.sas.

Snoduras, ('.A Misj^ouri.

Snoddy, J. M Illinois.

S[)annai2:el, W. ('.,Ph.(4 Illinois.

S))arks. J. E Arkansas.

Spitze, E.C Illinois

Stayner, I. (' Ohio.

Stcj)hc-ns, (f. K Arkansas-



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NAMKS.

Stephens, \V. S.
Stiers, F. L. . .
Sullivan, J. \V.
Sutcllffe, J. S.,M.!).
Switzer, Clyde . .
Terry, U. A. . .
Thompson, II. L.
Todd. 1). r. . .
Tooker, ('. \V., Jr.
Trottman, ('.A. .
Tuholske, M. ('. .
rnter))erij, Hi lie
Urban, E. T. . .
VanMeter, S. y.,n.L
Wahnvritfht, A. (4., J
Wales, J. L. . .
Walker, II. O. . .
Walser, O. T. . .
Watson, W. 1I.,M.I).
Wear. \V. N. . .
Weber, F. .1. . .
Whaley, K. W.
Wln'li)ley, F. L. .
Whlimann, A. (i. .
Widney, J. T. B. .
Wilson, H. V. . .
Wilson, S. W.
Winn, K. M.

Wise, P. 1

Woldridtje, II. L. .
Wolter, (). L. . .
Worden, (i. K.
Wriiilit, ('. M.,H.S.
Wylder, M. K..H.S.
Yerkes, L. L. . .
York, F. A.,M.l). .



KKMDKNeK.

Missouri.

Illinois.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Illinois.

Illinois.

rtah.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Ohio.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Nel)raska.

Arkansas.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Illinois.

Illinois.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Missiuiri.

Kansas.

Illinois.

Texas.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Missouri.

Minnesota.

Illinois.

Illinois.

Illinois.

Illinois.

Mi^^souri.



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HOSPITAL APPOINTMKNTS.



Positions as internes at the St. Louis City and Female Hos-
pitals are awarded each year alter competitive examination con-
ducted by the Board of Health. The successful candldat-es from
the Washington University in 1900 were: Drs. W. H. Luedde.

B, G. Piulteiton, R. L. Campbell, H. W. Davis, J. D. Hess, and

C. E. Gimbel.

Physicians who wish to receive the AnDual Announce-
ment of the Medical Department of Washington University
regularly, are requested to send their address to the Sec-
retary of the Faculty ; notice of change of residence is
also desired. All further information may be obtained
by addressing or calling upon the Secretary,

Dr. J. B. Shaplkigh,

2608 Locust Street.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.

(dental 1>KPARTMENT of WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.)



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CALENDAR 19()1-UK)2.

Rrgulau Entkanck Examinations: Tuesday and Wednes-
day, September 24-25, 1901.

Opening of Session, Thursday, September 26, 1901.

Holiday, Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 28, 1901.

Vacation, December 21, 1901, to January 3, 1902, inclusive.

Holiday, Washington's Birthday, Saturday, February 22,
1902.

Examination of Junior and Middle Classes begins Thursday,
April 10, 1902.

Commencement, Thursday, April 24, 1902.

Dentists who wish to recieve tlie Annual Announcement regu-
larly, or those who have changed their address, are requested to
notify the Secretary of the Faculty.

Dr. J. H. Kknnbrly,
906 Chemical Building.

Students will be registered in the College Building by Dr.
Sidney P. Budgett.

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

Dr. Albert H. Filler,
Columbia Building.



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MISSOITRI DENTAL (Y)LLE(;E



BOARD OF OVERSEERS.

JAMES E. YEATMAN, President.
HENKY HITCHCOCK.
ALBERT H. FULLER,D.I).S., Secretary.
HENKY J. McKE'LL0PS,1).D.S.
JAMES B. NEWBY,D.D.S.

FACULTY.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN,LL.D.,
Chancellor of the (Jnivernty.

ELISHA H. GREGORY,M.D., LL.D.,
Professor of the Principles and Prtwtice of Surgery.

ALBERT H. FULLER,M.l)., D.D.S., Dean,
ProfenBor of Operativr DeiUisirif.

ORION W. BEI)ELL,M.I)., D.M.D.,

Professor of the Institutes of Dental Science.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT,M.D.,

Professor of Physiology and Histology.

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

Professor of Prosthetic Technics.

NORMAN B. CARSON,M.D.,

Profo^nor of Oral and Clinical Surgery.

GEORGE S. TUTTLE, M.D.,
Professor of Materia Medicaand Therapeutics.



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ROBERT J. TERRY,M.l).,
Professor of Anatomy.

WILLIAM H. WARREN,A.M.. Ph.D.,

Professor of Chemistry.

ARTHUR E. MATTESON, D.D.S.,

Professor of Orthodontia.

JOHN H. KENNBRLY,M.D., D.D.S., Secretary,
Professor of Mechanical Dentistry.

HERMAN F. CASSEL,D.M.D.,

Assistant Professor of Mechanical Dentistry.

ALFRED D. FULLER,D.M.I).,
Assistant Professor of Crown and Bridge Work.

HERMAN PRINZ,B,S.,Ph.G., D.D.S.
Professor of DetUal Medicine and Metallurgy.



DEMONSTRATORS.

HERMAN F. CA8SELL,D.M.D.,

BLAND N. PIPPIN,D.M.D.,

Mechanical Dentistry.

ALFRED D. FULLER,D.M.D.,
Croton and Bridge Work.

JOHN R. PENDLETON,D.D.S.,
BENNO E. LISCHER,D.M.D.,

Operative Dentistry.

VILROY P. BLAIR,

Anatomy.

CHARLES W. RICHARDSON,

Dental Technics.



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CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS.

JAMES B. NEWBY,1).D.S.,
HKNRY M. BAIRD,D.D.S.,
THEODORE L. PEPPERLING,I).1).S.,
ABEL J. PR0SSER,D.1).S.,
JOHN G. HARPER,I).I).8.,
ORMONI) n. MANHARD,I).M.D.,
ALBERT H. FULLER,M.l)., D.D.S.,
ALFRED D. FULLER,D.M.D.,
JOSEPH B. KIMBROUGH,l).M.D.,
HARRY D'OENXH,D.M.D.,
CHAS. T. BEDELL,D.M.D.,
PETER H. EISLOEFFEL,D.D.S.,
MAX FENDLER^D.M.D.,
P. HOLM MORRISON,M.D.,D.D.S.,
EDWARD 8C1IRANTZ,D.D.S.,
THOMAS E. TURNER,D.D.S., *
STEPHEN H. VOYLES,D.M.D,,
MARTIN R. WINDHORST,D.M.D.,
OTTO J. FRUTH,M.D., D.D.S.,
WILLIAM J. LIERMAN,D.M D.,
MAURICE W. PEARSON,D.D.S.,
MALCOMB ROBB,D.M.D.,
JOHN H. KENNERLY,M.D.,D.D.S.,
WILLIAM G. C'OX,D.D.S.



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GRADUATES, 1900.

NAME. ADDRESS.

Bass, Andrew Jackson Missouri.

Bauer, Alfred Gotfrled Missouri.

Bey, John Emil Charles Missouri.

Dickson, Wesley Baxter Missouri.

Dunn, Freelaud Joseph . Missouri.

Ferrell, Houston Everett Missouri.

Hartmaun, John Michael Ohio.

Heitzig, Albert William Missouri.

Henry, Leonard Quinn Missouri.

Hirschl, Robert O Missouri.

Horton, Edward Linn Missouri.

Isle, Mauzey Whitefleld Missouri.

Kehde, Howard Augustus Missouri.

Kraft, Louis Henry Illinois.

Lischer, Benuo Edward Illinois.

Long, Joseph Elmer Illinois.

McGuire, Eugene Illinois.

Matkin, Elmer Hicks Missouri.

Merrl wether, Charles Lewis Missouri.

Pettibone, Jacob Block Missouri.

Pippin^ Bland Nixon Indiana.

Schwara, Elmer Henry Illinois.

Smith, Handy Linn Missouri.

Stockhoflf, Arthur Martin Missouri.

Stone, Frank Powell Missouri.

Straube, Clarel Shipherd Missouri.

Wavrin, John Arthur Iowa.

Wolf, Albert William Illinois.

Wood, Harry Thomas Missouri.

Wyckoflf, Charles Illinois.

SKxMOR CLASS, 1901.

Behrens, Charles Frederick Illinois.

Brown, J. Hlntou Missouri.



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NAME.

Crane, LeRoy Vernon Miller
Dameron, Frank B. . . .
DouneJl, Thomas Gresham
Eaton, Howard Holmes
Ellis, Arthur Maud . .
Fischer, P^dward Jolm .
Goodrich, Stephen Jones
GrinUh, Edward . . .
Haverstick, Edward Everett
Heitraan, Frederick William
Ileitman, Herbert Louis
Hopkins, Frank Cook
Hamm, Henry A. . . .
Hutchison, Carroll . .
Jones, Louis Dibrell
King, Alpheus Carleton
Kuper, Bernard Leo . .
McCall, Robert Augustus
McDanlel, Mark Leroy .
McCleau, Alexander William
McHenry, Kalph Leonidath
Mclnerney, Henry William
McCalfnan, Carl Spencer
Miller, Joseph Sanford
Myers, Joel E. . . .
Nations, Hugh S. . .
O'Connell, Francis Elias
Powell, Otho Bell
Pierce, Jesse Allen .
Sellnger, Owen . .
Shellhoni; Arthur L.
Sone, William James
Stamra, Anton Peter .
Strode, Edward Austin
Staudinger, Paul . .
Stubbletteld, Ed. Arthur



ADDRESS.

. Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Oregon.
. Hllnois.
. Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Mi.ssouri.
. California.
. California.
. Hllnois.
, Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Virginia.
. Hllnois.
. Missouri.
. Hllnois.
. Hllnois.
. Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Kansas.
. Iowa.
. Missouri.
. Hllnois.
. Hllnois.
. California.
. Kentucky.
. Hllnois.
. Missouri.
. Nebraska.
. Mlvssourl.
. Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Missouri.
. Arkansas.



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NAMB. ADDRESS.

Terhellen, Emil William Missouri.

Terrell, Will George Barkley Illinois.

Thilenius, Arnold Otto Missouri.

Trauernicht, Fred William Missouri.

Van Buskirk, Joe M Iowa.

Wagner, Clifford Wiufield Illinois.

White, Jesse Duncan Illinois.

Wannamaker, Earl Missouri.

Westhofif, George Henry Martin Missouri.

Williamson, Henry Turner Texas.

Young/ Wm. Beastall Illinois.

MIDDLE CLASS, 1901.

Baeumer, W. E Illinois.

Bauer, F. W Missouri.

Belk, C. E Illinois.

Blain, G. J Missouri.

Diggs, C. W Missouri.

Dodge, Homer Missouri.

Dutcher, W. L Missouri.

Glister, G. B lUinols.

Gsanther, A. H Nebraska.

Hickey, M Missouri.

Use, J. W Illinois.

Linder, F Illinois.

Lindsey, J. L Missouri.

Lupton, S. K Tennessee.

McCalmut, O. K Missouri.

Mohr, L. U Missouri.

Moore, E. E Texas.

Mottaz, W. L Illinois.

Nations, G. J Illinois.

Oliver, U. W Illinois.

lioe, C. H Illinois.

Sciiewe, E. T Missouri.

Sellinger, H Missouri.



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NJLMB. ADDRS88.

Townsend, N. J Missouri.

Wallser, K. F Missouri.

Watkins; J. D Missouri.

JUNIOIi CLASS, 1901.

Allee, H. E Missouri.

Alloway, M. C. Kentucky.

Ambrose, M. T Missouri.

Biggs, J. T Missouri.

Brown, J. A Missouri.

Burctiam, W. J Missouri.

Collins, H. W Illinois.

Carey, B. W Illinois.

Crenshaw, W. (! Missouri.

Chaudet, L. S Illinois.

Davis, C. W. Texas.

Graf, J Missouri.

Graham, W. H Illinois.

Graham, G.I) Illinois.

Graham, L. E Illinois.

Hohman, E. II Illinois.

Harrison, E. H Iowa.

King, K. A Texas.

Kiunlson, F. L West Virginia.

Laudon, L. O Illinois.

Reynolds, W. A Virginia.

Summers, C. A Illinois.

Sweeney, J. A Missouri.

Scott, W. M Missouri.

Shikles, J. R • . . Missouri.

Turpin, C. II Kentucky.

Wilkinson, A. 1) Missouri.

Weidlich, H. C Connecticut.

West, R. A Mexico.



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170 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.

Every candidate for admission must present to the
Faculty satisfactory evidence of a good, moral character.
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 cer-
tificate to the second year of a high school. The insti-
tution, however, granting these certificates to be accredited
as standard by the communities within which they are
located ; or, in lieu of this certificate, he must take a
written examination by an appointee of the State Super-
intendent of Public Instruction.

The Faculty reserves the right to terminate the connec-
tion of any student with this institution if he proves unfit
to pursue his professional studies.

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 upon pre-
sentation of certificates of having passed examinations in
the studies of the Junior and Middle grades respectively.

Such certificates are granted to any student after the
satisfactory completion of a given course of study, and
are rec^ognized as pledges to any college of the Associa-
tion of Dental Faculties to whom the holder may apply,
that the stated number of terms have been spent in the
institution by which the certificates are issued.

STANDING OF STUDENTS HOLDING CERTIFICATES
FROM DENTAL COLLEGES IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

Persons liolding certificates from colleges of dentistry
in foreign countries, shall be required to furnish properly



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.attested evidence of study, attendance upon lectures,
examinations passed satisfactorily, etc., the same as
required of students coming from our own institutions.

A.DMISSION OF GRADUATES OF MEDICINE.

A diploma from a reputable medical college may entitle
the holder to enter the Middle class, and he may be ex-
cused from attendance upon the lectures, and examina-
tions in general anatomy, chemistry, physiology, materia
medica and therapeutics.

No student of any class will be registered for a full
course after the tenth day of the session.

Students are required to register at the beginning of
each session at the College Building before Dr. Sidney P.
Budgett.

LECTURES.

The Course of lectures included in the curriculum of
this College has been so classified and arranged as to
give the student the best opportunity for gaining a thor-
ough knowledge of the branches taught.

A portion of the lectures to dental students are given in
the St. Louis Medical College, in connection with the
medical classes, thus furnishing a rare opportunity for
the dental student to acquire the comprehensive knowl-
edge of the fundamental branches of the science of medi-
cine, so indispensable to the successful practice of any
specialty.

The Museum, Anatomical Rooms and Chemical Labor-
atory of the St. Louis Medical College are as free to the
dental as to the medical student.



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WASHINGTON UNIVKKSITT.



SCHEDULE OF STUDIES,



Subjects Completed
the First Year.



Subjects taken First
Year and Continued
During Second Year.



Subjects Completed
the Second Year.



FIRST OR JUNIOR YEAR.

Chemistry.
Histology.
Dental Anatomy.
Materia Medlca.
Comparative Anatomy

tion.
Pharmacy.

Descriptive Anatomy.
Practical Anatomy.
Mechanical Dentistry.
Dental Technology,

Laboratory Work.
Metallurgy.

SECOND OR MIDDLE YEAR.

Descriptive Anatomy.
Therapeutics.
Metallurgy.
Dental Teclinics.



with Dissec-



Lectures and



f Phvsiology.
Subjects taken Second j operative Dentistry.
Year and Continued < Mechanical Dentistry.
During Third Year, y j^^stitutes of DenUl Science.



Subjects Completed
the Third Year.



THIRD OR SENIOR YEAR.
Physiology.
Hygiene.

Oral and Clinical Surgery.
Operative Dentistry.
Institutes of Dental Science.
Mechanical Dentistry.
Orthodontia.
Dental Medicine.



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INFIRMARY.



This department is justly considered of the greatest
practical imi>ortance. It is here the student must by the
experience gained in actual practice with patients, lay the
foundation for operative skill in his profession.

For this work the greater portion of three separate
floors 26x84 feet have been set aside.

The first of these having a general office, with clerk
and assistants constantly in charge to receive patients ;
a room for extracting teeth supplied with appliances for
the administration of the various anaesthetics used in
dentistry. The remaining space of this floor is divided
into rooms for Crown and Bridge work, light laboratory
work and taking impressions.

The second floor is used exclusively as an operating
room, having one side of continuous windows reaching
from floor to ceiling, each window being fltted out with a
good chair, wall bracket and cabinet to hold the student's
entire outfit including dental engines. Here with perfect
light and pleasant surroundings, the student has an
ideal place for learning the practical part of operative
dentistry.

The basement is fitted out with modern apparatus for
teaching all departments of Prosthetic Dentistry. This
room has granitoid floors, ^ood tables, benches, lathes,
heating appliances, electric furnace and lockers for
instruments. This infirmary, under the direction of the
superintendent and demonstrators, is open daily except
Sunday, during the entire year.



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DENTAL TBCHNIC8.



Special courses are given during the first year for
manual training in the mechanical operations of dentistry.

These comprise practical instiuction by class work.
The student takes impressions, makes sets of teeth,
crowns, bridges, treats the more ordinary diseases of the
teeth, and performs operations upon natural teeth set in
convenient forms and studies the anatomy and physical
structure of the teeth. Each operation is taken up
separately and must be completed in a manner satisfac-
tory to the demonstrator. This method of teaching,
though comparatively new, has proven the best yet
devised for the rapid attainment of the high degree of
manual skill required in the practice of dentistry.

OPERATIVE TECHNICS.

A study of the anatomy of the teeth by observation of
enlarged pictures of tooth surfaces. Typical sets of
teeth must be selected from miscellaneous collections,
and free-hand drawings made of typical tooth forms.
Dissections of teeth ; the making of silhouette prints of
same showing forms of inner walls of pulp chambers and
canals, and the relation of dentine and enamel.

A study of all the materials in common use for filling
teeth and practice in the preparation and insertion of
them.

Practice in the shaping of cavities and handling of the
instrument required.



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Practice in preparation and filling of root canals.

A study of instruments, their proper naming, and use.

PRIZES.

Prizes will be awarded for proficiency in the different
branches taught in the College.

The Missouri Dental College Faculty Prize. — A fifty-
dollar gold medal to the graduate receiving the highest
vote on final examination.

Missouri Dental Depot l*rize. — Lowry Crown and
Bridge outfit. For best specimen of Crown and Bridge
work.

The John Kowan Dental Mfg. Co. Prize. — To the
graduate standing second best in practical Oi)erative
Dentistry.

The St. Louis Dental Manufacturing Company Prize. —
For the best specimen case of artificial teeth.

The J. E. Kitzmiller Prize. — For the second best
specimen case of artificial teeth. (Gold medal.)

REQUISITES FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF
DENTAL MEDICINE.

The candidate for graduation must be twenty-one years
of age, and must possess a good moral character, irhirh
inrludes good (Uportment while at the Colleye.

He must have attended three regular annual courses (no
two courses of which shall have been takqn during the same
year) of dental instruction, the last of which must have
been the Senior Course of this College.



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He must treat thoroughly patients reqairing all the
usual dental operations, and under the eye of the Demon-
strator, or Superintendent of the Infirmary, construct
practical artificial cases. He must undergo a satisfactory
examination on all the branches taught in the Collie and
conform to the rules and regulations of the Infirmary.

Application for examination for the degree of D.M.D.
must be made in writing by the 1st of April, each year,
stating the claim of the applicant for such a degree.

This application should be accompanied by at least
three letters of recommendation attesting good moral
character from prominent citizens of the place of residence
. of the applicant.

FEES.

(payable in skptbmbkr of each yrar.)

Matriculation Fee (payable but once) $ 5 00

Fee for each year 100 00

A charge of $5.00 will be made to cover the cost of
chemicals supplied to students in the Chemical Labor-
atory, and of $1.00 for each " part " of anatomical
material dissected.

No charge is made for demonstrators' or hospital
tickets, or for graduation.

The matriculation fee ($6.00), and the fee for the year
($100.00), are payable to the Dean or the Registrar at
the time of matriculation, at the beginning of the college
year, in September.

Students are required to provide themselves with such
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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 College must be discharged
before entering on the final examination for graduation.

Students desiring to reinain in the infirmary during the
summer can do so by matriculating and paying $25,
which will be credited on their tuition at the beginning of
the regular term.

TEXT-BOOKS.

LATEST KDITIONS ONLY.

Anatomy — Gray.

Chemistry — Long's Experimental and Analytical Chemistry.

Physiology — Foster's Text-Book of Physiology.

Pharmacy — U. S. Pharmacopoeia.

Materia Medica and Therapeutics — H. C. Wood's.

Principles and Practice of Dentistry — Harris.

Mechanical Dentistry — Essig. Richardson.

Orthodontia — Quilford and Angle. *

Surgery— "An American Text-Book of Surgery." Keen and
White.

Operative Dentistry — Kirk. Taft.

Dental Anatomy and Pathology — Burchard. Tomes.

Histology — Piersol .

Metallurgy — Hodgen.

Books of Reference — American System of Dentistry; Harris'
Dental Dictionary; Garretsou or Tomes Dental Surgery;
Kingsley and Coles — Oral Deformities; Newth's Inorganic
Cliemislry; Simon — Manual of Chemistry; Farrar — Irregu-
larities of the Teeth; Marshall — Oral Surgery.

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SUMMARY OF GRADUATES.

Of tiik Collegk 226

Ok thk School of Enginrrring 203

Of thr Law School 722

Of thr Medical Collkgr 2,168

Of thr Dental Collrgr 453

Honorary Graduates 14

3,786



SUMMARY OF MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

^1899-1900-v-1900-1901->

Stn, Instr, Stu. Ifistr.
College and School of Engi-
neering 182 28 161 23

Law School 149 16 124 16

Medical College ,203 44 248 63

Dental College Ill 16 104 17

Total Graduate and Undrr-

graduate Departments . . . 645 99 637 109

PREPARATORY SCHOOLS.

Smith Academy 877 21 364 21

Mary Institute 411 28 457 30

Manual Training School ... 213 16 266 16

1,001 64 1,087 66
Total Graduate, Undrrgraduatk

AND Preparatory Departments 1,646 163 1724 175

School OF Fine Arts 293 13 331 14

Total CoNNKtTKD with the Uni-
versity . . . . 1,939 176 2055 189



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OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS.

rNI>KKORADrATK DEPARTMBNT.

President: Mit. William R. Donaldson.

Vice-President: Mk. Thos. G. Uutlrdgk.

Secretary and Treasurer: Mu. William H. Allkn.



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