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During the past twenty years 1,872 graduates of 227 institutions have been admitted to graduate work, distributed as indicated in the following table: Acadia.

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Dalhousie..:

23 Adelphi College.

3 Dartmouth. Adelbert

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Davidson

3 Alabama Agr. and Mech.Coll. Denison. Albion...

3 Denver. Alfred.

3.
DePauw.

19 Allegheny.

3 Duff College (India). Amherst 6 Earlham..

6 Anatolia.

Ecole Nationale (France). Arkansas.

5 Elmira.. Armour Inst. of Tech.

Erlangen (Germany) Baker Univ.

Fargo College.. Barcelona Coll.

Franklin..

3 Barnard College

Franklin and Marshall. Bates.

3

Furman University.. Beloit.

Gallaudet. Bengal Agr. College.

Georgia, Univ. of. Bengal Presidency College. Geo. Washington Univ.. Berea College

General Assembly's Institute "Boston,

(India).. Bowdoin.

Ghent, State Univ. of. Brigham Young

Greenville College. Brown...

16 Halle. Bryn Mawr.

Hamilton.

9 Buchtel.

6 Hamline. Bucknell

Hannover Tech. Hochschule California.

Harvard .. Cambridge University

Harvard Annex Campbell

Harvard (Lawrence ScientiCape of Good Hope.

fic).. Capitol..

Haverford.

3 Carleton.

Hillsdale.

4 Chaddock..

Hobart.

3 Cheshire Agr. and Hort. Coll. Illinois..

18 (England)

Illinois College. Chicago, Univ. of.

7. Illinois Wesleyan. Cincinnati...

3 Imperial Royal Higher Gym Clark University..

Indiana.. Colgate.

Indianapolis. Colorado, Univ. of.

Institute Nat. Agronomique Colorado State Agr. Coll.

Iowa Agr..

7 Colorado School of Mines..

Iowa College. Columbia.

15

Iowa State University. Columbia School of Law.,

Iowa State College. Cooch-Behar Coll. (India).

Iowa Wesleyan. Cornell College

3 Japan Imperial Univ. Cornell University..

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Johns Hopkins..

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Kansas Agr..

7 Kansas State Univ...

15 Kentucky State College. . Knox...

6 Lafayette. Lake Forest.

3 Lawrence. Lehigh.

8 Leipsic. Lombard London. Luther.

3 McGill.

6 MeKendree. Maine, Univ. of.

8 Manitoba..

7 Mason (Birmingham, Eng.) Massachusetts Agr..

8 Massachusetts Inst. of Tech. 8 Mercer University. Miami University. Michigan Agr... Michigan, Univ. of.

32 Middlebury Coll... Milton.... Minnesota.

18 Missouri School of Mines. Missouri State..

16 Moore's Hill College Mt. Allison..

5 Mt. Holyoke

5 Mt. Union. Napa.. Nashville.

3 Nebraska

18 Newberry. New Brunswick, Univ. of. Newcomb..

3 New Hampshire College. 3 New Hampshire Agr.. New York, Coll. of the City of 5 North Carolina....

Oklahoma, Univ. of..
Ontario Agr. Coll.
Oregon State Univ.
Oregon Agr. College.
Ottawa.
Otterbein.
Oxford.
Pacific Univ. (Calif.).
Pacific Univ. (Oregon).
Penn Coll. (Iowa)
Pennsylvania Coll. for Women i
Pennsylvania State. .

3 Pennsylvania, Univ. of..

4 Pennsylvania, West. Univ. of Pine Hill Theol. Sem... Pomona College.. Presbyterian College of S. C. Princeton.

8 Purdue..

15 Queen's Univ. (Kingston, Can.) 3 Randolph-Macon. Rensselaer Poly. Inst. Rochester..

9 Rockford Coll.. Rose Poly. Inst. Rutgers.

5
St. Andrews (Scotland)
St. Lawrence Univ...
St. Petersburg (Russia) Real

Gymnasium..
Scio College.
Sibpur Agr. Coll. (India)

3 St. Stephens College. Smith....

25 South Carolina.

3 South Dakota Agr

3 Southern California .. Southwestern Univ. (Texas) St. Olaf.... Stanford.

13 Stevens Inst.

7 Susquehanna Univ. Swarthmore... Sydney Univ. (New So.Wales) 2 Syracuse.

13 Texas.

7 Texas Agr.

4 Tokio University

3 Toronto.. Trinity Coll. (Toronto). Tulane.

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7 North Carolina Agr. Coll. 3 North Dakota, Univ. of.

3 Northwestern Univ..

5 Notre Dame.. Oberlin... Ohio State.

32 Ohio University..

5 Ohio Wesleyan Univ.

4 Ohio Northern Univ

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Union....
U.S. Naval Academy.
Ursinus College.
Utah University.
Utah Agr. Coll..
Vanderbilt..
Vassar.
Vermont.
Victoria.
Vienna (Austria)
Virginia....
Virginia Agr. and Mech. Coll.
Virginia Poly Inst.
Wabash.
Wake Forest College.
Washington Univ.
Wellesley
Wells..

Wesleyan...
Westminster.
West Virginia, Univ. of.
Wheaton..
Washington State Coll..
Western Reserve.
Williams.
Wilson.
Wisconsin.
Wittenberg
Woman's College, Baltimore
Wooster.
Worcester Poly. Inst.
Yale.
Yale Theological Sem..
Yale (Sheffield)..
Zurich Polytechnium.

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

4. No changes have been made during the year in regard to the University undergraduate scholarships. The full number of 18 was filled at the examination in September, 1907.

At the meeting of the University Faculty held December 13, 1907, the following resolution was adopted and submitted to the Board of Trustees for its approval, which was subsequently granted:

“No officer of the University shall assist directly or indirectly in the preparation of any competitor for a university undergraduate scholarship, or take any action that might result in the slightest real or apparent advantage to one competitor over another. The heads of departments concerned shall be responsible for the secrecy of the examination questions, and shall take special precautions during the processes of type setting and printing. Each examination shall be in charge of a professor or an assistant professor, and no person below the grade of instructor shall act as proctor or reader, or have access to the papers of the competitors."

This resolution was accompanied by a statement that the Faculty saw no reason to reflect on the fairness of any person in the past, but desired to safeguard the future and to remove every possible ground of suspicion as to the scrupulous impartiality of the award of these great prizes for which the competition is so keen.

FACULTY LEGISLATION

5. The legislation affecting the standing committees of the University Faculty has already been referred to in the chapter of this report dealing with the Committee on Student Affairs. Con. siderable time was devoted during the year to the consideration of proposed changes in the University calendar. Two plans were submitted. The first provided that instruction begin on September 1st and end December 22nd, that instruction be resumed January 22nd and end May 16th with Commencement on May 26th. The second plan provided that instruction begin two weeks later than at the present; that the present Christmas holiday vacation be retained; that the first term end two weeks later than at present; that the second term begin three days after the end of the first term, as at present; that the spring vacation be abolished and that the second term end at the same date as at present. These plans after some debate were referred to the Committee on University Policy to consider and report. On the 13th of March, 1908, the Committee on University Policy reported that the Committee deemed it at present undesirable to make any changes in the calendar, and the report of the Committee was approved.

At the same meeting the Committee on University Policy recommended to the Faculty that the University exercises begin at ten minutes past the hour and end promptly at the hour, and the recommendation was adopted.

Respectfully submitted,

T. F. CRANE,
Dean of the University Faculty.

APPENDIX III

REPORT OF THE DEAN OF THE FACULTY OF ARTS AND

SCIENCES

To the President of the University:

Sir:- I have the honor to submit herewith my first report as Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences covering the academic year 1907-1908. The year has been an active one in Faculty legislation, and the report consists mainly of a resumé of this legislation and of the work of the standing committees of which the Dean is ex-officio chairman.

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS At the very beginning of the session the question arose in both of the standing committees of the Faculty whether some changes in the entrance requirements of the College might not be desirable. Several changes had been made in the curriculum for undergraduates without considering the entrance requirements as related to them, and it was thought by the committees to be an opportune time for an investigation of the administrative workings of the existing requirements, and for a consideration of their educational validity. The Committee on Educational Policy was interested primarily in the questions of the special function of secondary as distinct from higher education, what should be required of every student on entering College as the foundation for further study, and what might be left to individual interest and local circumstances. The Committee regarded it as desirable that the College insist upon a reasonable continuity of work in the preparatory school, but on the other hand felt it unfair to the individual student to refuse him all recognition for work not carried to the maximum of high school credit in one subject. The existing requirements, for instance, allowed no credit on entrance Latin except to those who were able to present the equivalent of four years of high school study in Latin grammar and composition, Cæsar, Cicero and Virgil. The Committee believed that the student who pursued Latin for two or three years should get credit for the work done, but regarded two years as the minimum if

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