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III. Actual number of students in each subject during the years 1895–1909.

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'96-97

- '97-98

'98-99

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| '07-08

| '08-09

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The Semitic Languages and Literatures
Greek and Comparative Philology (including
Classical Archæology)

8
Latin

5 The Germanic Languages

5
The Romance Languages

5
English

16
Philosophy
Science and Art of Education (formerly un-

der Philosophy)
History, Ancient and Mediæval

8
Modern

American
Political Science and Social Science
Mathematics and Astronomy.
Physics
Chemistry

13
Botany and Arboriculture

13
Entomology and General Invertebrate Zoology 4
Physiology, Vertebrate Zoology,and Neurology 3
Anatomical Methods and Human Anatomy
Microscopy, Histology, and Embryology.
Geology, Paleontology, and Mineralogy.
Physical Geography
Medicine (Anatomy).
Agriculture.
Horticulture.

5
Forestry
Veterinary Medicine
Architecture
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

.23 Law

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During the past twenty-one years, 2,045 graduates of 236 institutions have been admitted to graduate work, distributed as indicated in the following table: Acadia

7 Columbia School of Law Adelphi College

3

Cooch-Behar Coll. (India).
Adelbert

3
Cornell College .

3 Aix Marseill Univ.(France)

Cornell University.

942 Alabama Agr. and Mech. Coll. Dalhousie

24 Albion

3
Dartmouth

6 Alfred

3
Davidson

3 Allegheny

3

Denison Amherst

Denver Anatolia

DePauw Arkansas

5

Drake Univ! Armour Inst. of Tech.

Duff College (India) Baker Univ.

Earlham

7 Barcelona Coll

Ecole Nationale (France) Barnard College.

1 Elmira Bates

3 Erlangen (Germany) Beloit

Fargo College Bengal Agr. College.

Franklin

3 Bengal Presidency College

Franklin and Marshall. Berea College

Furman University Berlin, Univ. of

Gallaudet Birmingham Univ

Georgia, Univ. of Boston...

Geo. Washington Univ Bowdoin

General Assembly's Institute Brigham Young

(India) Brown

16 Ghent, State Univ. of Bryn Mawr.

Greenville College Buchtel 6 Halle

3 Bucknell

4 Hamilton California

Hamline Cambridge University.

Hannover Tech. Hochschule Campbell

Harvard Cape of Good Hope

Harvard Annex Capitol

Harvard (Lawrence ScienCarleton

tific).. Case School

Haverford

3 Chaddock

Hillsdale

4 Cheshire Agr. and Hort. Coll. Hobart

3 (England)

Illinois

18 Chicago, Univ. of.

7 Illinois College Cincinnati 3 Illinois Wesleyan.

3 Clark University

Imperial Royal Higher Gym. Colgate .. 8 Indiana

54 Colorado, Univ. of

Indianapolis

4 Colorado State Agr. Coll

1 Institute Nat. Agronomique. Colorado School of Mines

Iowa Agr. Columbia

15 Iowa College.

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Iowa State College.
Iowa Wesleyan.
Japan Imperial Univ.
Johns Hopkins

9 Kansas Agr..

7 Kansas State Univ.

17 Kentucky State College. I Knox

6 Lafayette

5 Lake Forest

3 Lawrence

I Lehigh

8 Leipzig

I Lombard London.

2 Luther

3 McGill McKendree

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8 Manitoba

7 Mason (Birmingham, Eng.) I Massachusetts Agr.. Massachusetts Inst. of Tech. Mercer University Miami University. Michigan Agr Michigan, Univ. of.

33 Middlebury Coll.

I Milton. Minnesota

19 Missouri School of Mines.

I Missouri State

19 Moore's Hill College.

I Mt. Allison

5 Mt. Holyoke.

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I Napa . Nashville.

3 Nebraska

19 Nebraska Western Univ Newberry New Brunswick, Univ. of. Newcomb

3 New Hampshire College

4 New Hampshire Agr

1 New York, Coll. of the City of 5 North Carolina ...

8 North Carolina Agr. Coll.

4 North Dakota, Univ. of.

4 Northwestern Univ

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35 Ohio University.

5 Ohio Wesleyan Univ

4 Ohio Northern Univ

2 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

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

9 Purdue

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

9 Rockford Coll. Rose Poly. Inst

3 Royal Univ. of Ireland Rutgers

6 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

14 Stevens Inst

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

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Texas Agr
Tokio University
Toronto..
Trinity Coll. (N. C.).
Trinity Coll. (Toronto)
Tulane
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 Coll. (Md.)
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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The full number of eighteen University Undergraduate Scholarships was filled at the examination in September, 1908. Two Scholarships have been vacated during the year for failure to maintain a high standard of scholarship, and permission was granted to one holder of a Scholarship to be absent during the year on account of illness. Similar permission was granted to another Scholarship holder to be absent for a year in order to earn the means for continuing his University course.

Ever since the new entrance requirements to the College of Arts and Sciences and the increase in the entrance requirements for other Colleges went into effect, the Committee on University Undergraduate Scholarships has felt that some change was necessary in the number and character of the subjects of examination. In order to readjust the former plan to the new conditions made necessary by the changes in the entrance requirements above mentioned, the Committee reported on May 14th the following, to take the place of the last part of Section 5, page 68 of the Register for 1908-9:

“These Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of examinations n three of the seven following subjects:

(a) English. Entrance requirement. See p. 37.

(b) Greek. Greek Grammar and Xenophon; Composition and Homer. See p. 38.

(c) Latin. Latin Grammar and Cæsar; Composition and Cicero; Virgil. See p. 39.

(d) French. Advanced entrance requirement. See p. 41. (e) German. Advanced entrance requirement. See p. 40.

(f) Elementary Mathematics. Algebra through Quadratics, and Plane Geometry. See pp. 44-46.

(g) Advanced Mathematics. Solid Geometry, Advanced Algebra, and Plane Trigonometry. See pp. 45-46.

In choosing three of these seven subjects, every candidate must take English and at least one of the other four languages; and any candidate who does not select either Latin or Greek must take Advanced Mathematics."

The recommendation was adopted and it was voted that the same go into effect in 1910. It will be noticed that the above change does not effect the principle by which scholarships have been awarded hitherto; it simply adds a new subject, English, which must be taken by every candidate.

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On the 22d of June, 1907, the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees passed the following resolution:

"Whereas, large numbers of students leave the University in January and June a considerable period earlier than the dates indicated in the University Calendari and

Whereas, it is desirable that students in all Colleges should, in the matter of holidays, be treated alike; therefore,

Resolved, That the University Faculty be requested to consider and report the best means of remedying the evils complained of.”

This resolution was transmitted to the University Faculty at the meeting of December 13th, 1907, and was referred to the several Faculties to consider and report. During the year 1908, communications were received from the Colleges of Agriculture, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Sibley College, and the Ithaca branch of the Medical College in regard to the question referred to the Faculty by the Executive Committee, and these communications were placed on file. No report, however, seems to have been made to the Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees, and on the 9th of October, 1908, the Executive Committee renewed its request for a report upon the inquiry made by the Board on June 22d, 1907. This communi

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