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Dermatology-


1




Opthalraology


1




Otology


1





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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT,



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LBCTURB8.




PRACTICAL WORK.




Fourth year. 7th Semester :




-




Medicine


4


Medicine


2+






Laryngology


2


Pediatrics


1


Pediatrics


1






Dis. Nerv. Syst.


2


Surgery


3


Surgery


5






Orthopedic Surg.


1


Genito-Urln. Surg.


2


Genito-Uriu. Surg.


1






Gynecology


3


Obstetrics


1


Obstetrics


3-f






Dermatology


2


Opthalraology


1


Ophthalmology


2


Hygiene


2


Otology


2


Fourth Year. 8th Semester:








Medicine


3


Medicine


5-f-






Laryngology


2






Pediatrics


1






Dis. Nerv\ Syst.


2


Surgery


3


Surgery


5






Genito-Urin. Surg.


1






Gynecology


8


Obstetrics


1


Obstetrics


3+






Dermatology


2






Ophthalmology


2


Forensic Medicine


3


Otology


2



It will be seen from the above table that all subjects
are obligatory ; but while the student attends the clinics
in general medicine, surgery, pediatrics and neurology
throughout the last two years, he works in the special
clinics for part of the time only (generally half a semes-
ter) , taking them in rotation , the class being divided into
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174 WASHINGTON UNIVKR81TT.

The number of hours per week of required work ranges
between twenty-seven and thirty-two ; in the fourth year
every student must do extra work in two of the spe-
cialties.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.

Candidates for admission to the Medical Department
will be received upon the following conditions : —

1. Satisfactory certificate of good moral standing.

2. (a) The presentation of a College d^ree in Letters
or Science, (b) of a diploma or certificate of graduation
from an Academy or High School, or (c) of a certificate
showing that the candidate has passed the entrance exam-
ination to an accredited College or Scientific School, or
(d) the special preliminary examinations prescribed by
State r^ulations for admission to the study of medicine,
or (c) passing an examination in the following branches:
English grammar and composition, arithmetic, algebra as
far as quadratics, elementary physics. United States his-
^^« geogi^Apl^.V) &D<1 Latin equivalent to one year in a
High School.*

These examinations wiU be conducted by examiners
appointed by the Chancellor of Washington University.!

Inasmuch as the requirements preliminary to the study
of medicine and to the registration of physicians vary



* candidates who fail in the examination in Latin will be j^ven an op-
portunity to make up the deficiency before the beginning of their second
year.

t Begnlar entrance examinations will be held on September 24th and
15th. 1901. Candidates may, however, arrange for special examination
during the summer by applying to the Dean.



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 176

somewhat iu the different States, it is particularly 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.

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

ADMISSION TO ADVANCED STANDING.

At the end of the First Year : —

A regular student (candidate for the degree) will be
promoted to the Second Year Class, if he has satisfactorily
followed the work prescribed for the First Year, and suc-
cessfully passed the examinations in two of the three
subjects: Chemistry; Anatomy; Histology. A condi-
tion in one of these must, however, be made up by the
end of the Second Year.

At the end of the Second Year : —

A regular student will be promoted to the Third Year
Class if he has followed the courses prescribed for the
Second Year, and successfully passed the examinations
in all but one of the following subjects: Physiology;
Materia Medica and Therapeutics ; Pathology ; Applied
Anatomy ; Clinical Chemistry and Microscopical Diag-
nosis ; Normal Auscultation and Percussion. He may
therefore enter the Third Year Class with only one con-
dition, which must be removed by the end of the Third
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176 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

At the end of the Third Year : —

The student will be promoted to the Senior Class, if
he has received a passing grade in a majority of the
obligatory courses of the Third Year. This grade will
be determined by the teacher through quizzes, or period-
ical or final written examinations, or in the case of labor-
atory or clinical work by practical tests, at the option of
the teacher.

At the end of the Senior Year : See Requirements for
Graduation.

ENTRANCE TO ADVANCED STANDING.

Graduates in Dentistry may enter the Second Year
Class on passing a satisfactory examination in the studies
of the First Year.

Graduates in Pharmacy will be required to take the
full Four Years' Course, but will be given credit for their
work in Materia Medica and Pharmacy, and in Chem-
istry on passing a satisfactory examination in this
branch.

Graduates of colleges of Letters or Science who have
followed a course in Biology equivalent to at least a ma-
jority of the studies of the First Y'ear in this school may
enter the Second Year Class, and receive credit for as
much of the work of the First Year as they have already
done. Since, however, the amount and character of the
biological work required for obtaining such degrees vary
widely in different institutions, the Faculty reserves the
right in any case to satisfy itself of the fitness of the
applicant by examination.



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UBDICAL DEPARTMENT. 177

Stadents from other reputable medical schools will be
admitted to the correspoading class in this school with or
without examination in the work of the preceding years
according to the judgment of the Executive Committee.

Tuesday, September 24, the Executive Committee will
meet candidates from other medical schools who wish to
enter without examination, to pass upon their credentials
and satisfy themselves of the fitness of such candidates.

Arrangements have been made with the Faculty of
the Undergraduate Department of Washington Uni-
versity whereby students in that Department intend-
ing to enter the Medical Department may elect in their
A. B. course certain branches of the medical course.
These are to be taken in the Medical Department and
the grades so made will be credited to them in both their
A. B. course and their M. D. course. By this means the
time required for obtaining the two degrees may be
shortened. Further information concerning this arrange-
ment will be cheerfully given on request.

DOUBLE DEGREE IN MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY.

Students of the Missouri Dental College who desire to
obtain the medical degree also viay shorten the course
by matriculating in the Medical Department at the begin-
ning of their studies, and completing the work of the first
two years of the medical course during their dental course
and then taking the last two years m the Medical Depart-
ment. They may thus obtain both degrees in 5 instead
of 7 years. The fee for this course shall be the matricu-

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178 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

lation fee, a laboratory fee to be established by the
Faculty, and the tuition fee for two years.

GRADUATE AND SPECIAL COURSES.

Physicians, graduates of an accredited regular school
of medicine, are admitted to any of the courses of instruc-
tion given in the Medical Department, subject to such re-
strictions as may grow out of the assignment of hours in
the programmes of work laid out for the several classes,
and to the single further restriction that, in the case of
those desirous of taking advanced lalK)ratory work, such
proficiency in elementary work as may be necessary for
its successful prosecution will be required. A certilicat-e
of actual attendance will be given ujwn request.

SUMMER COURSES.

Beginning May fith and ending July 6th, 1901, teach-
ers in the Medical Department offered the following
courses: chemistry, anatomy, histology, pathology, bacte-
riology, clinical chemistry and microscopy, internal medi-
cine and physical diognosis, pediatrics, diseases of the
nervous system, general surgery, orthopedic surgery,
geni to-urinary surgery and other special branches, gyne-
cology, obstetrics, dermatology and ophthalmology.
Courses will be given next year. For information apply
to R. J. Terry, 31. D., Secretary of Summer School, 1806
Lo(nist street.



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MEDICAL DEPARTBIENT. 179

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION.

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

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

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

(4) He must, by the first of Aprll^ have notified the Dean^ in
writing, of his intention to present himself as a candidate for
the degree.

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

(6) At the end of the Fourth Year the degree will be recom-
mended to be given to every student of the Senior Class, who
(having fulfilled the above requirements 1-5), has received
a passing grade in a majority of the obligatory courses of the
Fourth Year, and who has passed satisfactorily in each and all
of the six final examinations, viz. : —

1. In Medicine, embracing questions in

a. Physical Diagnosis.
h. Practice of Medicine.

c. Clinical Medicine.

d. Diseases of the Nervous System.

e. Pediatrics.

/. Diseases of the Nose, Throat and Chest.

2. In Hygiene J unless already passed at the end of the seventh
semester.

3. In Forensic Medicine.

4. In Surgery, embracing questions in

a. Principles of Surgery.
h. Practice of Surgery.

c. Operative Surgery.

d. Surgery of the Brain and Spinal Cord.

e. Fractures and Dislocations.
/. Orthopedic Surgery.

g. Gen i to-Urinary Surgery.
h. Clinical Surgery.



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180 WASHINOTOK UNIVERSITY.

5. In Obstetrics and Gyneeology,' evohrticing qaestions in
a. Obstetrics.
d. Operative Obstetrics.

c. Clinical Obstetrics.

d. Clinical Gynecology.

6. In two of the foU owing specialties:*

Diseases of Nose^ Throat and Chest.

Nearology, including Psychological Medicine.

Pediatrics.

Ophthalmology .

Otology.

Dermatology and Syphilis.

Genlto-Urinary Surgery and Syphilis.

Gynecology.

Orthopedic Surgery.
The examinations in these specialties will be more complete
and searching than the questions on the same subjects embraced
in the other final examinations (1-5).

For unusual excellence in the work of the course the Faculty
may at its discretion vote to red'ommend that the degree " cum
laude ^' or '^ summa cum laude '* be granted.

SCHOLARSHIPS.

1. The Henry Hitchcock Scholabship, established by
Hon. Henry Hitchcock, entitles the beneficiary to one
year's free tuition.

2. The Geobgb F. Gill Schola^rship, instituted in
memory of the late Dr. George F. Gill, Clinical Professor
of Diseases of Children, entitles the holder to one year's
free tuition.



* The student must choose his two specialties and report them to the
Bcfristrar before entering on the work of the Senior Year; it is advised
that the choice be made by the end of the fifth semester. He is expected
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MEDICAL DSPABTMEKT. 181

PRIZES.

Two '* George F. Gill Prizes " are offered to the
students of the School, viz.: —

1. One plrlze of $50 to be awarded at the end of the
First Year to the member of the class who shall have
made the highest grade in anatomical work assigned to
the First Year class.

2. One prize of $60 to be awarded to a member of the
graduating class, of high general standing, who shall
have done specially good work in the department of
Diseases of Children.

3. A CuRTMAN prize will be awarded at the end of
the First Year to the member of the class who shall have
made the highest grade in Chemistry.

FEES.

(PAYABLE IN SEPTEMBER OF EACH YEAR.)

Matriculation Fee (payable bat 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 lu the Chemical Laboratory.

A charge of 83.00 will be made to cover the cost of chemicals
supplied in Physiological Chemistry and Urinology.

A fee of ^5.00 will be charged for the use of anatomical mate-
rial. The rental of microscopes will be: for new instruments,
^3.00; for old ones, $2.00 per year.

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

The matriculation fee ($5.00), and the fee for the year
($100.00), are payable to the Dean or the Registrar at the time of
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182 WASHINGTON UNIVEBSITT.

Students are required to make good any loss by breakAge or
destraction of apparatus belonging to the school.

Candidates for the degree will not be admitted to the ftml
examinations I unless all indebtedness to the school has been
paid.

NOTE. — Graduates of the Si Lonis Medical College and of the Mi^^on
Medical College have perpetual free admission, but will be charF«<l *■
fee of $20.00, if laboratory work is taken.

Graduates of other medical schools, who have held their diplomt^ for
less than three years, will be charged the matricalation fee and twenn
dollars for attendance during a school 3-ear, or part of a year; the; v/il
also be charged'a laboratory fee of 120.00.

Graduates of other medical schools, who have held their diplomas for
three or more years, will be charged the matriculation fee and a Ubon-
tory fee of $20.00.

Graduates in medicine, who may be admitu^d to the Medical I><>pari
ment as candidates for a degree, will be cbarged the matncnlatton ttt
and the fee for one year.

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



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MEDICAL DBPAETMKXT. 183



CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS.



FIRST YEAR CLASS.

NAMES. RESIDENCE.

Alexander, R. I)., A.B St. Louis^ Mo.

Ambrister, J. C Norman, Okla.

Anderson, O. B Keytesville, Mo.

Beeson, J. P Noel, Mo.

Berrey, M. O • . Batchtown^ Ills.

Beits, C. E Hammond, Ills.

Brewster, B. M Macedonia, Mo.

Bribach, E. J St. Louis, Mo.

Brossard, P. M Kirkwood, Mo.

Cline, U. X Marion, Ills.

Cobble, T. H., Jr Rusk, Texas.

Cook, J. E St. Louis, Mo.

Crenshaw, W. C Caledonia, Mo.

Doron, P. R Harrisonville, Mo.

DuMars, E. C Peoria, Ills.

Eckel, O. F Edinburg, Ills.

Fildes, V. S Samsville, Ills.

Fischel, VV., A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Gable, W. K Peoria, Ills.

Gaebe, O. C Addieville, Ills.

Gehrung, E. S St. Louis, Mo.

Goldman, M St. Louis, Mo.

Goodman, D. C Springileld, Ills.

Greenwood, M Akron, O.

Gregg, A. M Jopliu, Mo.

Guggenheim, L. K - . Dallas, Ky.

Hale, J. W Belleview, Mo.

Hamilton, B. G Fargo, N. I).



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NAMB8. RE8IDKVCB.

Hastings, J. B Upper Alton, Ills.

Hay ward, J. W Paris, Idaho.

Henske, A. C St. Loais, Mo.

Hlrsch, A Girard, nis.

H00S8, C. H. A Perryvllle, Mo.

Haelsmanu, L. C, A.R St. Louis, Mo.

James; J. M .... Sellers, His.

' Kern, B. C Colorado Spring, Colo.

King, V Dadeville, Mo.

Klenk, C. L St. Louis, Mo.

Knewitz, O New Athens, Ills.

Kress, C. C Jefferson Barracks, Mo.

Lane, G. G Rich Hill, Mo.

Llghtner, O. N WichiU, Kans.

Lincoln, H. F., Jr Kirksville, Mo.

Lamley, Z. D Kampsville, Ills.

McAmis, L. C, Ph.G St. Louis, Mo.

McMillan, P. D Maryville, Mo.

McMurdo, W. W Marissa, Ills.

McNutt, J. C, A.B Hammond, Ills.

McPheeters, S. B., A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Minton, W. H Fortescue, Mo.

Mitcham, H Lehigh, I. T.

Moore, S Lynchburg, Va.

Nalley, T. J Louisiana, Mo.

Nettles, F. H., Ph.G Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Nix, W. H Can>enter, Ills.

Nuss, O. W Ix)nl8vine, Ky.

Nyberg, R. B Harrlshurg, lUf.

O^Rourke, W. L Peoria, Ills.

Owen, H. W . Newport, Ark.

Park, G. M St. Louis, Mo.

Rose, CM Benton, Ills.

Russell, P. K Mexico, Mo.

SchleniiUauer, R. A MillsUdt, Ills.



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MEDICAL D£PARTMKMT. 185

HAMB8. RIBIDBHOB.

Scudder, J. A Edward sporty Ind.

Scnseney, E. T.^ A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Sheahan, E. h., A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Shields, D. F Carrollton, Mo.

Smith, 8. P St. Louis, Mo.

Story, P Fruitland, Mo.

Sutter, J. R., Jr., Edwardsville, Ills.

Thomas, E Denver, Colo.

Thompson, II. H., B.S.,A.M. . . . Nashville, Ills.

Van Meter, E. R St. Louis, Mo.

Vise, H. A Macedonia, Ills.

Vonnahme, C. B East St. Louis, Ills.

Webb, B. B Belleville, Ills.

Weisert, C St. Louis, Mo.

Wilson, E. H. G Cape Girardeau, Mo.

Wilson, R. M Columbus, Ark.

Wobus, R. E Quincy, Ills.

Zell, A. M St. Louis, Mo.

SECOND YEAR CLASS.

Austin, A. M Mendon, Ills.

Bader,G. W.,Ph.G Belleville, Ills.

Baldwin, P Kennett, Mo.

Ball, J. E., Jr Richmond, Mo.

Becltert, J. H., A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Bolton, J. F ' . . Eureka Springs, Ark.

Brandt, F. A St. Louis, Mo.

Brown, A. F Malta Bend, Mo.

Brownfleld, S. T Brownfleld, Mo.

Buckley, J. E., Ph.G St. Louis, Mo.

Calhoun, D. S Sumpter, La.

Cannon, H Cresco, la.

Clapper, W. L Unionville, Mo.

Craske, H. B Rushville, Ills.

Dickerson, H. W St. Louis, Mo.



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NAMB8. KBSIDKaCI

Dudley, J. M Winchester, Ky.

Eastman, C. W Pullman, Wash.

Eyans, J. L Washington, lod.

Evers, E. T St Louis, Mo.

Feuerbom, H. R St. Ix>uis, Mo.

Fink, F. C Pleasant Plains^, UN.

Freund, J. T St. Louis, Mo.

Freund, N. M St. Lonls^ Mo.

Friedeberg, A. U., Ph.G. .St, Louis, Mo.

Fuller, A. G St. Louis, Mo.

Garstang, 1). B St. I^uis, Mo.

Gauen, G. O Waterloo, IUn.

Griffin, F Nokomis, Ills.

Hope, D. H Shawneelown, Mi*.

Horwltz, A. E., A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Jones, H. L., A.B. . . • . . . Blasser, Mo.

Keithly, C. L., A.B Si. rx)uis. Mo.

Keller, H. S Edwardsville. UN.

Keller, J • . . . . SteeleviliC, Ills.

Kirby, F. B., A.B Harrisou, Ark.

Koenig, G.W St. Louis, Mo.

Kroeger, G. B. ..... . St. l/ouis, Mo.

Le Bien, E. A., Pb.G. . . Lincoln, Kans.

Leuz, H. J Eau Claire, Wis

Lester, R. B Vailes Mines, Mo.

Lilly, T. E Trenton, Mo.

Lischer, R. L. . ..... Mascoutali, Ills.

Long, F. L . l)e Soto, Mo.

McCaffrey, H. E Blackstone, Ma«i>

Maloy, E. 1) Lomeni, Tex

Marnell, F, S Nebraska City, N'i'»»

Martin, J. G Hughesville, Mo

Mayes, E. G St. Loukh, Mo.

Mayes, J. F Pryor Creek, I

Nolan, J. A Mlllsiadt, lll^.



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HBDICAL DEPABTMENT. 187

NAMB8. RB8IDBNCB.

Nutz, J. F., A.B Fort Scott, Kans.

Patterson, R. V St. Louis, Mo.

Pieper, G. A St. Louis, Mo.

Rohlflng, A. H St. Louis, Mo.

Scholz, R. P St. Louis, Mo.

Schuiz, H. E Prairietowu, Ills.

Stiahan, W. E., A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Singer, J. J .St. Louis, Mo.

Stayner, I, C Spencerville, O.

Terry, H. A Prophetstown, Ills.

Tooker, C. W.,Jr St. Louis, Mo.

Weber, F. J Olney, Ills.

Whaley, R. W Browning, Mo.

Wolter, O. L St. Louis, Mo.

Woodbridge, J. II Marshall, Mo.

Yerkes, L. L . Upper Alton, Ills.

THIRD YEAR CLASS.

Altbans, C St. Louis, Mo.

Benner, W. J Woodburn, Ills.

Buchanan, J. M Richmond, Mo.

Cobean, H. L Wellington, Kans.

Cochran, F. B Cookmau, Mo.

CoflEey, L. M Downing, Mo.

Davie, J Jonesboro, Ills.

De Menil, H. N St. Louis, Mo.

Estill, F. L Colorado Springs, Colo.

Fahlen, F. . '. St. Louis, Mo.

Faulbaum, A. W Belleville, Ills.

Fuhrmann, R. H St. Louis, Mo.

Gable, E. O Peoria, Ills.

George, C. A Berry ville. Ark.

Gordon, F. N Lexington, Mo.

Guhman, C. N St. Louis, Mo.

Hinkle, C. G Batesville, Ark.



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MAMB8. KMIPIIECB

Horton^ W. N St. Louis, Mo.

Howard^ D. F Brookfleld, Ho.

Hunker^ L.^ Jr Roanoke^ Mo.

JuDgk^ C. G. W St. Louis, Mo,

Kimball, A. C, A.B Klrkwood, Mo.

KUe, C. M. T., Ph.G St. Louis, Mo.

Klinefelter, M. L Vanderville, IlK

McBratney, E. W St. Louis, Mo.

McQuillan^ A. B East St. Louis, 111$.

Mairs, E. J Newtown, Mo.

Moeller, C. E Kock Island, Ills.

Nies, F. H St. Louis, Mo.

Pace, H Harrison, Ark.

Pierce, C. E., Ph.G Belleville, Ills.

Pierce, W St. Louis, Mo,

Rawlings, C. L New Harmony, lud.

Reuss, A. L Belleville, Ills.

Savage, H. B Warsaw, Mo.

Scheve, B. F St Louis, Mo.

Schreiber, A. W Cabom, Ind,

Scott, C. D., A.B Fulton, Mo.

Scott, T. A., B.S Tahlequali, I. T.

Simpson, J Palmer, Ills.

Smith, N. E Fayette, Mo.

Spannagel, W. C, Ph.G East Kt. Louis, Ills.

SUers, F. L Peoria, Ills.

Switzer, C Hamilton, Mo.

Thompson, H. L Uarrlsburg, Ills.

Tuholske, M. C Akron, O.

Walker, G. W Jonesboro, Ills.

Welch, W. A Macon City, Mo.

Wilson, H. V St. Louis, Mo.

Winn, K. M New London, Mo.

Worden, G. K North Alton, Ills.

Wright, CO Poplar Bluff, Mo.



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HAMBB. RB61DBN0B.

FOURTH YEAR CLASS.

Albrecht, F. H St. LouU, Mo.

Apperson, E. L California^ Mo.

Barry, F. W Coflfeen, Ills.

Brandt^ A. L St. Louis, Mo.

Brown, L. S Butler, Ills.

Cannady, E. W East St. Louis, Ills.

Collins, J. A St. Louis, Mo.

Deichmann, O. H Mt. Vernon, Ills.

Downey, L. J Washington, Ind.

Flagge, P. W Batchtown, Ills.

Forsyth, R. C Kirltwood, Mo.

Frame, H. G Fairgrove, Mo.

Glalui, C. P., Jr Leonard, Mo.

Hodam, Jv A St. Louis, Mo.

Irwin, J. M., A.B Inka, Ills.

Kleykamp, A. F St. Louis, Mo.

Loewenstein, H. M St. Louis, Mo.

McClintock, W. J liliopolis, Ills.

McCully, A St. Louis, Mo.

McCutchan, G. L , . Bunker Hill, Mo.

McGlothlan, A. B Gaynor, Mo.

Marshall, A Bonneterre, Mo.

Martin, J. E Springfield, Ark.

May, A Marine, Ills.

Miller, H. E., Ph.B St. Louis, Mo.

Patrick, P. L Brookfleld, Mo.

Pfeiflfenberger, J. M Alton, Ills.

Pote, T. B St. Louis, Mo.

Rafter, J. G., Ph.G St. Louis, Mo.

Riley, R. D St. Louis, Mo.

Ross, J. E Springfield, Mo.

Rothman, P. M St Louis, Mo.

Rothschild, S St. Louis, Mo.

Smith, O. W St. Louis, Mo.



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H AMS8 . RBSIDBHCB .

Spltze, E. C Edwardsville, Ills.

Stephens, 6. K Newport, Ark.

Urban, E. T St. Louis, Mo.

Walnrlght, A. G St. Louis, Mo.

Walker, H. O Newpork, Ark.

Whelpley, F. L St. Louis, Mo.

Wichmann, A. G St. Louis, Mo.

Widuey, J. T. B Lyndon, Kaus.

Wright, C. M., B.S Altamont, Ills.

GRADUATE STUDENTS.

Beeson, H. O., M.D Noel, Mo.

Bishop, A. B., M.D Ashdown, Ark.

Brown, E. R., M.D St. Louis, Mo.

Cozad, F. A., M.D Powersville, Mo.

Harrison, G. W., M.D Albuquerque, N. M.

Melvin, J. M., M.D St. Louis, Mo.

Williamson, F. B., M.D St Louis, Mo.

OTHER MATRICULANTS.

Bowers, E. S St. Louis, Mo.

Casner, A. J St. I.«ouis, Mo.

Henderson, S. L Fayetteville, Ark.

Jones, E. B Jacksonville, Tex.

Kipping, S., A.B St. Louis, Mo.

Lehrmanu, H. G St. Louis, Mo.

McCIure, L. E., Ph.G Walnut Grove, Mo.

McGee, G. R Spana, Ills.

Meyerdich, A H., M.S.,M.I). . . . Mt. Pleasant, la.

Cry, C. W Grand Junction, Colo.

Sims, T. R. . . St. Ix)uis, Mo.

Snodgras, C. A St. Louis, Mo.

Terhellen, E. W., D.M.D St. I^uis, Mo.

Url)an, R. O Louisiana, Mo,

Total, 263.



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GRADUATES, 1901.

The Annual Corainencement was held on Thursday,
Ma>^ 2d, 1901, when Prof. Charles Nagel delivered an
address U) the Graduating Class, and the Chancellor of
the University conferred the Degree of Doctor of Medi-
cine upon the following gentlemen, viz: —

Aitken^ Wallace Andrew.
Beatty, James David.
Benway, William Henry.
Bohn, Julius Ciiaries, Jr., Ph.B.
Boles, Dallas Seth.
• Bradley, John Martin.
Brown, Edward Thomas.
Bums, Robert, Jr.
Carver, Fi-ed Hunn.
Caughlin, William Thomas.
Chandeys.son, Pierre Ismail.
Corner, Albert Watson.
Craigj James Alexander.
Dillon, William Alphonsus, A.B.,A.M.
Drake, Claire Ferdinand.
Drake, James P3rle.
Elbrecht, Oscar Herman, Ph.B.,Ph.G.
Farrel, John Joseph.
Fleeter, Abram Boyd, A.B.
Forder, William Carver.
Gallagher, Joseph Charles.
Gardner, Albert Jackson.
Gehrun^, J u lien Aujjju.st, A.B.,.\.M.
Grim, Ezra Clarence, B.S.I).
Ilagebush, Oscar Jarrei.
Hardy, William Frederick.



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1^2 WASHINGTON CNIVEBSITT.

UaniSy Irwin James.

Hempel, Mmx.

Heitel, Heury George, M.S.

HofmanD. Ottokar, Jr.

Hogg, Garrett, B.S.

Holben, Raymond Elias.



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