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Humphrey, Joseph Harrison.

Joesling. Frederick Christian.

KirchneK Walter Charles Geoiipe. A.B.

Krennin^. William Geoige

LeGnnd. Daniel Wesley.

Lensley. Marvin Eogene.

Lionberger, John Robert.

Matlack. James AUan, M.D.

Miller. Herman Benjamin.

Montague, Everett LaDew.

Nelson. William Lawrence.

Neircomb. Philip Bntler, B.S.

Pitman, John Brand.

Ponder, Edgar Talman.

Reid. Eilward Wilson.

Rash. William Harvey, B.S.,A.B..A.M.

Shanks, Archie Lee. •

Smith, Aithar Joseph.

Trotman. Charies Arnold.

Wilson. Samnel Warren.

Woldridge., Homer Lee.

Wylder. Meldmm Keplinger, B.S.



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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 193



PRIZES AND HONORS.

GILL PRIZE IN ANATOMY.
C. W. Tooker.

HONORABLE MENTION.
W. E. Sbahan.

F. B. Kirby.

A. H. Friedeberg.

G. W. Koenig.
J. J. Singer.

GILL PRIZE IN DISEASES OF CHILDREN.
P. I. Chaudeyssou.

CURTMAN PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY.
C. W. Tooker.

HONORABLE MENTION.
A. H. Friedeberg.
G. W. Koenig.

The following graduates received publicly honorable
mention for general excellence in the work of the course
and were given the degree ' *■ cum laude " : —

Dr. W. H, Rush.
Dr. Max Hempel.
Dr. W. F. Hardy.
Dr. W. C. G. Kirchner.
Dr. P. I. Chandeysson.
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194 WASHINGTON DNIVBRSITT.

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS.

This year twenty-five positions as internes at the
St. Louis City and Female Hospitals were awarded after
competitive examination conducted by the Board of
Health. Twenty-one graduates of the class of 1901
took the examinations and the following twenty have
received appointments: William H. Ben way, Julius C.
Bohn, Jr., William T. Caughlin, James E. Drake, Will-
iam Dillon, John J. Farreli, William C. Forder, Joseph
C. Gallagher, Julien A. Gehrung, Ezra C. Grim, Will-
iam F. Hardy, J. R. Lionberger, Garrett Hogg, Walter
C. G. Kirchner, William G. Krenning, Herman B. Miller,
William L. Nelson, John B. Pitman, William H. Rush,
M. K. Wylder.

P. I. Chandeysson and I. J. Harris subsequently re-
ceived appointments in the St. Louis City and Female
Hospitals.

Physicians who wish to receive the Annual 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,

W. H. Warken, Ph.D.,
1806 Locust Street.



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DENTAL DEPARTMENT OF

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

(MISSOURI DENTAL COLLKGE.)



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CALENDAR — 1902-1903.

KEOULAR ENTRANCE BxAM.NAT.ON8: Mouday, September 29th,
and Tuesday, September 30th, 1902. n^t„i«.r

T..«TH.RTV-s«VKNT,. ANNUAL SKS8.0N begiDS about October
1st, 1902, and conUnues seven months. „„„rt»v

CHR.8TMA8 RKC.C88: Tuesday, December 23d, 1902, to Monday,

ThcrTaC Ar^HoT..: K,amina«on o, .unlor and Middle

classes begins.
Commencement: About May Ist, 1903.



students on arriving in the cit, are requested U> J^y*^^'*

superintendent of the Inflrmary for »««<>™''^\'r^J*t^^'S;
boarding etc. Good board at a convenient disUnce from tne

Si ege may^ obUined at f «>m three to sis dollars per «^k^
"^ D n ist'vho .ish to ..ceive the Annual A-<; - ™- ^
larly, or those who have changed their address, are requested
notify the Secretory of the Faculty. R„iidins bv the

Studente will be registered In the College Building by

"l"^y further Information n,.y be obUined by addressing or
calling upon ^ jj^

1814 Ix>cu8t Street.



O. W. Bbdbll, M.D.,D.M.D., Secretory.
1909 liafayette Ave.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.



BOARD OF OVERSEERS.

JAMES B. NEWBY, D.D.S.

GBO. O. CARPENTER.

WILLIAM E. GUY.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M.D.

J. 11. KENNERLY, M.D.,1).D.S., Secretary.

FACULTY.

WINFIELD S. CHAPLIN, LL.D.,
Chancellor of the University.

ELISIIA H. GREGORY, M.D.,LL.D.,

Pro/eanor of the Principles and Practice of Surgery.

ALBERT H. FULLER, M.D.,D.I).S.,
EmerUus Professor of OpertUive Dentistry.

ORION W. BEDELL, M.D.,D.M.D., Secretary.
Professor of Embryology and Pathology.

SIDNEY P. BUDGETT, M.D.,

Professor of Physiology.

ROBERT J. TERRY, M.D.,

Professor of Anatomy,

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

Professor of Chemistry.

JOHN II. KENNERLY, M.D.,D.D.S., Dean,
Professor of Crown and Bridge Work.



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198 WASHINGTON UNTVEB8ITT.

HEKMAN H. PBINZ, B.S.,Ph.G.,D.D.S.,M.D.,
Professor of Dental Medicine^ Metallurgy and Bacteriology.

WALTER M. BARTLETT, D.D.S.,
Professor of Prosthetic Dentistry.

BENNO E. LISCHER, D.M.D.,
Professor of Orthodontia and Dentai Anatomy.

HENRY M. WHELPLEY, Ph.G.,M.D.,
Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy.

GEORGE A. McMlLLEN, D.D.8.,
Professor of Operative DeniiMtry.

C. A. SNODGRASS,
Lecturer on Histology.

WILLARD BARTLETT, A.M., M.D.,
Lecturer on Oral Surgery.

RICHARD T. BROWNRIGG, B.S.,
Professor of De^ntal Jurisprtidence.

DEMONSTRATORS.

HERMAN F. CA8SELL, D.M.D.,
BLAND N. PIPPIN, D.M.D.,
Prosthetic Dentistry.

J. R. PENDLETON, D.D.S.,

W. G. TEEL,

Operative Dentistry.

VILRAY P. BLAIR, M.D.,
An€Uomy.

BENNO E. LISCHER,
Dental Technics.

Representative to the National Association of Dental Faculties,
JOHN H. KENNERLY, Dkan.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE. 199



CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS.

JAMES B. NEWBY, D.D.S.,
HENRir M. BAIRD, D.D.8.,
THEODORE L. rEPPERLING, D.D.S.,
ABEL J. PROSSER, D.D.S.,
JOHN G. HARPER, D.D.S.,
ORMOND H. MANHARD, D.M.D.,
ALBERT H. FULLER, M.D.,D.D.S.,.
JOSEPH B. KIMBROUGH, D.M.D.,
HARRY D'OENCH, D.M.D.,
PETER H. EISLOEFFEL, D.D.S.,
MAX FENDLER, D.M.D.,
P. HOLM MORRISON, M.D.,D.D.S.,
EDWARD SCHRANTZ, D.D.S.,
THOMAS E. TURNER, D.D.S.,
STEPHEN H. VOYLES, D.M.D.,
MARTIN R. WINDHORST, D.M.D.,
MAURICE W. PEARSON, D.D.S.,
MALCOMB ROBB, D.M.D.,
WILLIAM G. COX, D.D.S.,
WILLIAM CONRAD, D.D.S.,
DkCOURCY B. LINDSLEY, M.D.,D.D.S.
FRED H. ACHELPOHL, D.D.S.



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200 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



GRADUATING CLASS, 1901.

NAME. ADDRESS.

Behrens, Charles Frederick IDinois.

Brown, John Hiuton Missouri.

Crane. Iicroy Vernon Miller Missourt.

Dameron, Frank B Illinois.

Donnell, Thomas Greshara Oregon.

Eaton, Howard Holmes Illinois.

Kllis, Arthur Maud Missouri.

Fischer, Edward John Missouri.

Goodrich, Stephen Jones Missouri.

GrirHn, Edward. Missouri.

Hamni, Henry Amadins Missouri.

Heitman, Hubert Louis California.

' Heitman, Frederick William California.

Haverstick. Edward Everett .... Missouri.

Hopkins, Frank Cook Hlinois.

Hutchason, Carroll Benjamin Mis5«ouri.

Jones, 1x>uis Debrell Missouri.

Kin^, Alphens Carleton Illinois.

Ku|>er, Bernard Leo Missouri.

MoCall, Robert Augustine Illinois.

McCalraan. Carl Spencer Iowa.

Mi Clean, Alexander William Missouri.

McOaniel, Mark Leroy Illinois.

Mo Henry, Ralph I^onidath Missouri.

Mclnerney, Harry William Kansas.

Miller, Joseph Sanford Missouri.

Meyersi, Joel K Illinois.

Nations, Hugh S Illinois.

OH^.onnelK Francis Elias California.

l*ierve. Jesse Allen Illinois.

To well. Otho Bell Kentucky.

Soilincer, Owen Missouri.

SlK'ilhoni. .\nhur I^emon Nebraska.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE. 201

NAMK. ' ADDRR66.

Soue, William James Missouri.

Stamm^ Antliony Peter Missouri.

Staudinger^ Paul Wasliington Missouri.

Strode, Edward Austin Missouri.

8tubble(leld; Ed Arthur Arlcausas.

Terliellen, Emll William Missouri.

Terrell, William George Barlcley .... Illinois.

Thilenius, Arnold Otto Missouri

Van Buslclrk, Joseph Milton Iowa.

Wannamaker, Earl Missouri.

Westhoff, George Henry Martin .... Missouri.

White, Jesse Duncan Illinois.

Williamson, Henry Turner Texas.

Young, Willlam.son Beastall Illinois.

SENIOR CLASS.

Bauer, Frederick William Missouri.

Belk, Charles Anton Illinois.

Blain, George James Missouri.

Brigham, F. W Kansas.

Chapman, J. U Oregon.

'Davis, R. L Tennessee.

Diggs, Charles W., Jr Missouri.

Dodge, Homer Missouri.

Dutcher, Warren L Missouri.

Glister, George Benjamin Illinois.

Gsanther, Anthony Hayes Nebraska.

Hickey, Matthew J Missouri.

llse, John Willfem Illinois.

♦Jones, Fred Clifford Illinois.

♦Lensley, L. E Missouri.

Linder, Fred Illinois.

Lindsay, Joseph Lloyd Missouri.

* Not in attendance.



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202 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.

NAME. ADDRESS.

Loney, Charles George Missouri.

LaptoD; Stuart Kenneth Tennessee.

McCalroet; Ora Robert Calvin Missouri.

Mohr, Lem H. . Missouri.

Mottaz, William L Illinois.

Nations, Guy Joseph Illinois.

Oliver, Harry Waynard lilinols.

Roe, Charles Henry, Jr Illinois.

Shewe, Edward F Missouri.

Scott, W. H. . Ohio.

Snider, L. S Colorado.

Stickle, F. A Kansas.

Townsend, Nealy James Missouri.

Wallcer, Robert Franlc Missouri.

Watlcins, John Delbert Missouri.

MIDDLE CLASS, 1902,

Allee, Henry Etna Missouri.

Alloway, Murray C Kentucky.

Ambrose, Munson Piatt Missouri.

Beshears, A. G Missouri.

Biggs, James Thompson Missouri.

Brown, James A Missouri.

Bucivley, James J South America

♦Burcham, Wm. Joseph Missouri.

Carey, Ben Watson Illinois.

Chaudet, Louis S Illinois.

Collins, Harry Wllmer Illinois.

Cottinghams, G. W Missouri.

Coy, M. E Iowa.

Crenshaw, William Crosby Missouri.

Graf, Julius, Jr Mis.««ouri.



• Not in attendance.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.



203



NAMB. ADDRESS.

Harrison, Edward R Iowa.

Holmau, Edward Herman Illinois.

Landon, Loren Oscar Illinois.

Mitchell, 0. A Illinois.

Osten, Oscar Germany.

Reynolds, Wm. A Virginia.

Scott, Walter M Ohio.

Shickles, John Richard Kansas.

Summers, Chas. Akin Illinois.

West, Roy Ashton Old Mexico.

Wilkinson, Albert Dean Missouri.

Weidlich, Harold Clarence Connecticut.



JUNIOR CLASS, 1902.



Bailey, Alexander.

Blair, F. P.

Brown, B. S.

Brown, R. F.

Grouse, J. W.

Daniel, R. F.

Dueber, A. F.
Evans, J. W.
Gray, E. G.
♦Harmon, B. F.
Henry, C. D.
Hines, G. B.
Hirschberg, Nathan.
Hodgson, E. S.
Kiefaber, Leo.
Kissel, B. L.
Kni/^ht, Clint.
Kanz, Valentine.



Lenzen, Jacob.
Letterman, W. G.
Lynott, Frank.
Major, T. F.
McCutchen, J. F.
Morrison, D. F.
Mueller, C. B.
Northcutt, J. E.
Olds, Elmer.
Owsley, H. B.
Perry, Fred.
Pickhardt, L. H.
♦Pierce, Jas. A.
Pollack, F. J.
Rehm, H. 8.
Roudebushj L. F.
Rue, H. F.
Robinson, R, M.



Not in attendance.



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204



WASHINGTON UNITERSITT.



Selby, T. J.
Schwarz, J. G.
♦Simpson, J. H.
Skidmore, Willard.
Sloan, D. A.
Smart, E. E.
Smith, J. W.
Sohm, A. H.
Stockton, Leo.
Stone, Max.
Strawii, C. P.



Sturgeon, G. P.
Tellman, J. G.
Tetley, C. A.
Tolson, J. H.
Traw, E. C.
Trigg, Jr., Alfred.
Walb, .Arthur.
Walsh, R. E.
Walleson, E. A.
Wilcoxen, Roy.
Yahlen, K. K.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE. 205



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 certiflcate of graduation from a
high school, college, or university ; or an entrance cer-
tificate to the second year of a high school. The
institution, however, granting these certificates to be
accredited as standard by the communities within which
they are located ; or, in lieu of this certiflcate he must
take a written examination by an appointee of the State
Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Students who have attended courses of lectures in other
accredited schools of Dentistry ivhose entrance require-
vients correspond to those established by the National
Association of Dental Faculties and National Association
of Dental Examiners^ will be received into the Middle
and Senior classes upon the presentation of certificates
that they have 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
recognized as pledges to any college of the Association
of Dental Faculties to whom the holder may apply that
the stated number of terms have been spent in the insti-
tution by which the certificates ai-e issued.



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206 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY.



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

Persons holding certificates from colleges of dentistry
in foreign countries will be required to furnish properly
attested evidence of study, attendance upon lectures,
examinations passed satisfactorily, etc., the same as
required of students coming from our own institutions

ADMISSION OF GRADUATES OF MEDICINE.

A diploma from a reputable medical collie may entitle
the holder to enter the Middle class, and he may be ex-
cused from attendance upon the lectures and examinations
in general anatomy, chemistr}^, physiology, materia
medica and therapeutics.

ADMISSION AND CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS.

Students of all classes are required to register at the
beginning of each session at the College Building with the
Dean.

No student of any class will be registered after the
tenth day of the session.

Students are deskjnated o^h belomjhig to the Firsts
Second or Third Year Class.



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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE.



207



Subjects Completed
the First Year.



SCHEDULE OF STUDIES.



FIRST OR JUNIOR YEAR.

f Dental Anatomy.
Anatomy with Dissection.



< Histology.
Chemistry.
Operative and Prosthetic Technics.



SECOND YEAR.



Subjects Completed
the Second Year.

Subjects Taken Sec-
ond Year and Con-
tinued during Third
Year.



/



Subjects Completed
the Third Year.



Metallurgy.
. Materia Medica and Pharmacy.
I Physiology.

Operative Dentistry.

Prosthetic Dentistry.

Crown and Bridge work.
^ Embryology and Pathology.

THIRD YEAR.

Oral and Clinical Surgery.
Operative Dentistry.
Prosthetic Dentistry.
Crown and Bridge work.
Embryology and Pathology.
Orthodontia.

Dental Medicine and Bacteriology.
Dental Jurisprudence.



The above Schedule is subject to change.



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208 WASHINGTOK UKIVKR8ITT.



INFIRMARY.



This depsurtment is justly considered of the greatest
practical importance. 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 antesthetics 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 fitted 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 plac« for learning the practical part of operative
dentistry.

The basement is fitted out with modern appai-atus for
teaching all departments of Prosthetic Dentistry'. This
room has granitoid floors, good 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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MISSOUBI DENTAL COLLEGE. 209

OPERATIVE TECHNICS.

The student is trained in handling the instruments re-
quired in operations upon the teeth, their proper naming and
the preparation of cavities. A study of the materials in
use for filling teeth and practice in the preparation and
insertion of them.

The treatment, preparation and filling of root canals,
for which natural teeth will be set in conyenient forms.

Enlarged drawings of vertical and cross-sections of the
dental arches, showing the points of contact and inter-
proximal spaces, will be studied.

The carving of teeth in ivory, using natural teeth as
models, thus affording the student every opportunity of
manipulative and aesthetic training, and the acquirement
of habits of order and individual observation.

PROSTHETIC TECHNICS.

The student is trained in taking impressions of the
mouth and the practical use of all the materials employed
for that purpose, the making and repairing of vulcanite
plates, making dies, swaging plates, and backing and
soldering teeth.

A list of instruments will be furnished the student at
the beginning of the term. Those for the Operative
Technics cost about $16. Those for the Prosthetic Tech-
nics cost about $18. These instruments will be needed
subsequently for work in the infirmary and laboratory,
and are required before the student begins class work.

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210 WASHINGTON UKIVXB8ITT.

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 Prize. — Lowry Crown and
Bridge outfit. For best specimen of Crown and Bridge
work.

The John Rowan Dental M^. Co. Prize. — To the
graduate standing second best in practical Operative
Dentistry.

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

REQUISITES FOR THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF DENTAL
SURGERY.

The candidate for graduation must be twenty-one
years of age, and must possess a good moral character,
irhich includes good deportment ichile at the College,

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

He must treat thoroughly patients requiring all the
usual dental operations, and under the eye of the
Demonstrator or Superintendent of the Infirmary,
construct practical artificial cases. He must undergo a
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MISSOURI DENTAL COLLEGE. 211

College and conform to the rules and regulations of the
Infirmary.

FEES.

Matricalatlon Fee (paid hut once) - - - - ^ 5 00

Tuition, each Session 100 00

Fee for Chemical Laboratory 6 00

Fee for Anatomical Laboratory 2 00

No charge for diploma.

The entire fee is due and must be paid at the beginning of
each session.

Students desiring to remain 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 EDITIONS ONLY.

Anatomy — Gray. Holden's Dissector.

Dental Anatomy — Broomell. Black.

Chemistry — Remsen's Briefer Course in Chemistry.

Physiology — Stewart's Tkxt-Book of Physiology.

Materia Medica and Pharmacy — U. S. Pharmacopceia.

Principles and Practice of Dentistry — Harris.

Prosthetic Dentistry — Essig. Richardson.

Orthodontia — Talbot, Guilf-ord, Angle.

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

White.
Operative Dentistry — Kirk. Taft.
Dental Pathology — Burchaud.
Dental Medicine — Gorgas.
Histology — Piersol.
Metallurgy — Hodgkn.
Dental Jurisprudence — Uehfuss.



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212 WASHINGTON UNIYEBSITT.

Dental Bacteriology — Miller^s Micro-organisms of the Hnman
Moath; Abbott^s Principles of Bacteriology.

Books of Reference — American System of Dentistry; Harris^ Den-
tal Dictionary; Garretson or Tomes Dental Snrgery; Kings-
ley and Coles — Oral Deformities ; Newth^s Inorganic Chem-
istry; Simon — Manual of Chemistry; Farrar — Irregnlar-
ities of the Teeth; Marshal — Oral Snrgery; Eames—
Dental Medicine.
This list is sabject to change without notice.



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SUMMARY OF GRADUATES.

Of the Collbob 249

Of the School of Enginberino 209

Of thb Law School 772

Of the Medical College 2,222

Of the Dental College 600

Honorary Graduates 16

3,968



SUMMARY OF MEMBERS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

^1900-1901 1901-1902.-.

Slu. Instr. 8tu, Instr.
College and School of Engi-
neering 161 23 185 23

Law School 124 16 118 16

Medical College 248 53 263 58

Dental College 104 17 172 20

Total Graduate and Under-
graduate Departments . . . 687 109 738 117

PRKPARATORY SCHOOLS.

Smith Academy 364 21 348 22

Mary Institute 467 30 432 31

Manual Training School ... 266 15 276 16

1,087 66 1,065 69
Total Graduate, Undergraduate

AND Preparatory Departments 1,724 175 1,793 186

School ok Fine Arts .... 331 14 332 13

Total Connkctkd with the Uni-
versity 2,055 189 2,126 199



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OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS.

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTSfBNT.

President: Mr. William Schuyler.

Vice-President: Mr. Wm. H. Danfortu.

Secretary and Treasurer: Mr. W. H. Allen.

Execative Committee: Mr. William Schuyler, Mr. Wm.
H. Danforth, Mr. W. H. Allen, Mr. Wm. C. Zelle, Mr. A.
L. Johnson, Mr. P. 8. Stevenson.

LAW department.

President: Mr. Charles Claflin Allen.

Vice-President: Mr. Fred. A. Heidorn.

Secretary: Mr. Xbnophon P. Wilfley.

Treasurer: Mr. Luther E. Smith.

Executive Committee: Mr. Charles Claflin Allen, Mr.
Xrnophon p. Wilfley, Mr. Arthur E. Kammrrer, Mr.
Thomas E. Mulvihill, Mr. A. L. Abbott.

MEDICAL department.

President: Dr. Louis H. Behrbns.

Vice-President: Dr. W. E. Sauer.

Recording Secretary : Dr. W. L. Johnson.

Corresponding Secretary: Dr. Fred. Hall.

Treasurer: Dr. Phil. A. Hoffman.

Executive Committee: Dr. A. E. Taussig, Dr. John Zahor-
SKY, Dr. Wm. Deutsch.

dental department.

President: Dr. J. G. Harprr.

Vice-President: Dr. O. H. Manhard.

Secretary: Dr. J. B. Kimbrough.

Treasurer: Dr. C. E. Schumacher.

Executive Committee: Dr. C. E. Schumacher, Dr. A. H.
Fuller, Dr. T. L. Poepprrling.



OFFICERS OF THE ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION.

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENT.

President: Miss Lillie R. Ernst.

Vice-President: Miss Mary S. Ittner.

Secretary and Treasurer: Miss Susan E. Chaplin.



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GENERAL INDEX.



Pack.
Admission to

College 58

School of Engineering .... 65

Law School 150

Medical School 174

Dental College 2a'i

ROTANT, THB IIENUV SHAW

School OP 103

Advisory Committer . . . .104

Instructors 104

Information 105

Special Classes 108

Calendar of the

University 3

School of Fine Arts 112

Law School 138

Medical Department .... 160

Dental College ia6

College, The 58

Bemoval to New Site .... 24

Conrses of Study 34

Students 27

Admission 58

Testimonials Required .... 68
Division of Examinations . . 58
Requirements for Admission
to the Freshman Class ... 59

Special Students 61

Prescribed Studies for the

Freshman Year 62

Prescribed Studies for the
Sophomore Year .... * 63

Choice of Studies 63

Examinations 98

Degrees 98

Tuition Fees 101

Constitution op the Univer-
sity 16

Corporation 6



Page.
Degree of
Bachelor of Arts, Require-
ments for 64

Bachelor of Science, Require-
ments for ......... 99

Doctor of Medicine, Require

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lloctor of Dental Surgery,

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Degrees, Advanced .... 99
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Endowment 19

Expenses of Students . . .102

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Calendar 160

Board of Overseers 161

Faculty 161

Instructors 161

Information 166

Course of Study ...... 170

Admission 174

Advancement to New Year's

Work 175

Admission to Advanced Stand-
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Double Degree in Medicine and

Dentistry 177

Graduate Courses 178

Degree of Doctor of Medicine . 177

Tuition Fees 181

Scholarships 180

Prizes 181

Students 183

Hospital Appointments ... 194



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Board of Overseers 197

Faculty 197

Demonstrators 198

Instractors, Clinical . ... 199

Gradaates 200

Students 200

Requirements for Admission . 205

Coarse of Study 207

Infirmary 208

Operative Technics 209

Priees 210

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