Tayler, Reuben A. 219
Taylor, Dora N. 32
Taylor, James M. 102
Terry, Charles T. 90
Thompson, Carrie M. 49
Thompson, James L. 339
Thomson, W. P. 153
Thurber, Charles Herbert, 99
Thwing, Charles F. 262
Tifft, W. Carleton, 235
Tomlinson, Edward M. 110
Trumbull, Mary, 275
Tucker, Willis G. 119
Turner, Alice G. 16
Upson, Anson J. 1
Van Derlip, Lena S. 24
Vanderzee, Minnie L. 37
Van Dusen, Fred, 222
Vaughn, Mary E. 208
Verrill, Charles H. 183
Vickerman, Thomas S. 186
Viele, Maurice E. 135

Wade, Nellie, 340 Walker, Lily A. 77 Warner, Hon. John De W. 341 Webster, H. E. 91 Weed, Ella, 106 Weis, Anna M. 57 Wemple, Lottie A. 56 Wensley, Emma J. 50 Wetsell, C. C. 150 Wheeler, Martha T. 74 Wheelock, Charles F. 10 White, H. S. 112 Wickes, W. K. 245 Wilber, T. C. 256 Williams, Sherman, 190 Wing, Anna A. 342 Woodhull, John F. 128 Woodworth, Florence, 70 Wright, A. M. 342a Wright, T, K, 215 Young, I. E. 217

The following summary shows 54 colleges and professional schools represented by 181 graduates, 107 being from New York
institutions :
New York
New York - (Concluded)

Outsido New York (Concluded)
Columbia college

4 Allegheny college
Union university

9 Oswego normal school 3 Bucknell university

1 Hamilton college 12 Potsdam 1 Pennsylvania college

Hobart college

Princeton college
University of the City of New York 1

Outside New York
Rutgers college

Colgate university
3 Bowdoin college

2 Antioch college St John's college (Fordham) 1 Colby university 1 Franklin college

2 University of Rochester 7 Dartmouth college 3 Oberlin college

1 St Stephen's college 1 Amherst college 6 Western Reserve university

1 Manhattan college 1

1 Boston university

2 Indiana university
St Lawrence university
1 Harvard university
3 University of Michigan

Alfred university
4 | Tufts college
1 Beloit college

Cornell university
14 Williams college

8 Montreal college
Syracuse university
8 Mt Holyoke college
2 Edinburgh university

1 N. Y. State normal college 17 Smith college 2


London university Vassar college 6 Wellesley college 5 Leipzig university

1 Albany medical college 1 Brown university

4 University of Buffalo, Med. dep't

181 1 Trinity college

2 Eclectic medical college 1 Wesleyan university

6 Rensselaer polytechnic institute 2 Yale university


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Agriculture, studies in, 3068.

Convocation, sessions, summary of, Albany high school, address on 25th 2396-435; action, summary of, 2436anniversary, 536–52.

45o; plan for coming year, 2589–59%; Azarias, Brother, on English in col-' register, 553-67. leges, 4486-492

Convocation, necrology; Allen, E. C.,

4964; Allen, Jonathan, 4908_91"; Bible study, Educational value of; by Comstock, G:F.,4994; Crombie, J. S., A. E. Main, 4077-2%.

4935; Curtis, Chanc. G: W:, 500–19; Boskowitz, G. W., on law and medical

Eggleston, C: S., 497%; Hamilton, E. student requirements, 470*-71“.

J:, 4946-96; Horsford, E. N., 496 Callahan, H. W., report on higher

974; Jolley, H. R., 494'; Kernan, Re

gent Francis, 520-35; Osborn, L. M., education of women, 3784-810,

492"; Ripley, M. A., 4976-99%; Roemer, Canada, educational system, 3599–60°,

Jean, 4918-92€; Roundy, C: 0., 4931; 3644-667.

Scudder, Mrs E. W., 494"; Sheldon, Canfield, J. H., on universities and

C: W., 4974; Taylor, H: B., 4995; churches, 3667-67.

Welch, W. A., 4934; Wilson, H. A., Catholic summer school of America,

494%. J: F. Mullany on, 4859-90%.

Convocation council, 6534; committee Cheney, F. J., on preparatory courses

to nominate, 244?; report, 258-593. for normal schools, 4674_69%. Clarke, Dr N. T., resolutions of sym- Coordination in education for men and

Cook, A. S., telegram from, 4455. pathy with, 2436. Classics and modern languages, J. E.

women, by C: F. Thwing, 3675-74. Russell on, 2709–71; D, C. Farr on,

Credits, honors and the marking sys

tem; discussion, 2985-3014. 297-985. Coeducation, see Coordination in edu- Crowell, J: F., Higher education in cation for men and women.

state constitutions, 334?_433; on law College council for 1893–94, 2448.

and medical student requirements,

470%. Collin, C: A., Should professional

schools admit on lower requirements Curtis, Chanc., Memorial address by than colleges, 450*–55; on law and Regent C: E. Fitch, 500–19. medical student requirements, 4721- Curtiss, Elisha, on educational exhibit 738.

at World's fair, 3833-844. Committee, see College council; Convocation council.

Degree-conferring institutions, resoCompulsory education bill, 3035-4". lution on, 4719-72'.

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Degrees, professional; resolution of universities, F. H. Stoddard on,
convocation on, 2443, 4719-721.

Delehanty, Sup't, resolution of thanks Examinations, Chanc. Upson on, 253',
to, 2445

2571; report by J. R. Parsons jr,
Denominational provisions at univer- 2935-958; M. W. Stryker on, 2999–
sities, 3513-614

301”; reduction of number, 4085-11%,
Dewey, Sec., on educational exhibit at 4735–839; discussion, 4735–83°; money

World's fair, 3852-86+; on March ex- question in, 4766, 481, 4827-83°; in
amination, 4085-4098, 4823; on law English, J. M. Hart on, 4283.
and medical student requirements, Extension department; work of; Chanc.
4555–567; on distribution of school Upson on, 257*. See also University
money, 482?.

Direct tax refund, 3047-3055.
Doane, Vice-Chanc., on preparatory Farr, D. C., classics and modern lan-

courses for professional schools, guages, 2978-985; abolition of

March examinations, 4099-11€; on
Douglas, C: H. J., on English in sec- frequency of examinations, 4794-80*.
ondary schools, 4322-455.

Fiero, J. N., on preparatory courses
Draper, A. S., on educational exhibit for professional schools, 4647–67".

at World's fair, 3818-833; on law and Fitch, Regent C: E., Higher education
medical student requirements, 461- and the state, 3114-267; Memorial
625, 4643; on regents examinations, address on Chanc. Curtis, 500–19.
4778-793, 4821.

Flower, Gov., address of welcome,

Education, World's recent progress France, educational movement, bibli-

in; by J. E. Russell, 2595-935; bibliog- ography, 2805-81?.
raphy, 2803-93+ See also Higher

education; Intermediate education. Germany, educational movement,
Educational exhibit at the World's 2608-64°; bibliography, 2818–836.
fair, 8818-864.

Grammar teaching, J. M. Harton,
Educational legislation; by J. T. Ed- 4197-20%, 428o.

wards, 3013–114; dangers and safe- Great Britain, educational movement;
guards, 310%.

bibliography, 2838-84; See also
Educational methods, Chanc. Upson England; Scotland; Wales.
on, 2475-587.

Gregory, E. L., Would the establish-
Educational value of the study of the ment of a national university at

English Bible; by A. E. Main, 4001–29. Washington promote the best inter-
Edwards, J. T., Educational legisla- ests of higher education in America?

tion, 3013-11'; on state aid to educa- 3864-923.

tion, 3466-49%.
Electives, Chanc. Upson on, 2513. Hart, J. M., on English in secondary
Ely, A. M., on preparatory courses for schools, 4196-30-

professional schools, 469–702. High school courses, effort to adjust,
Ely, R: T., The universities and the 5457-488.
churches, 3503–74?.

Higher education and the state, by
England, educational


Regent C: E. Fitch, 3114–267; J. T.

Edwards on, 3076-11; R: T. Ely on,
English, study of; discussion, 4112-50%; 3614-634; Pres. Seth Low on, 5378-51°;

in elementary schools, 4172–195; in discussion, 343-503.
secondary schools, J. M. Hart on, Higher education in state constitutions,
4196-455; in colleges, 4486-493; in by J: F. Crowell, 834-433.

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Higher education of women, report by Literature, methods of teaching; C: H.
H. W. Callahan, 3769-816.

T. Douglas on, 4364-486.
Hill, A. C., on honors and marking Low, Pres. Seth, The public high

system, 2985–99?; on state aid to edu- school, 536–52.
cation, 3435–44"; on paternalism, 374?;
on religious teaching in educational Mabie, H. W., on study of English,
institutions, 3744.

Horsburgh, E. L. S., Oxford delegate Main, A. E. Educational value of the
to Convocation, 4504.

study of the English Bible, 400-402.

March examinations, resolution on
Industrial education in schools, 271?.

244', 4735; discussion, 4085-11, 4735-
Intermediate education, popular expe-

diency of state aid to, J: D. Warner Marking system, A. C. Hill on, 2989-999;
on, 3264-33o; discussion, 3435-503.

Maurice Perkins on, 299?.
Italy, educational movement, bibliog- Martin, D. S., on law and medical
raphy, 2812

student requirements, 4569–57%.
Kennedy, John, on state aid to edu- Mathematical teaching, memory in;
cation, 3493-50?

by J. E. Oliver, 3963-4006.
Kernan, Regent Francis, memorial Medical student requirements, see Law
address by Regent W: H. Watson,

and medical student requirements.

Memory in mathematical teaching, by
Keyser, R. S., report on pedagogy,

J. E. Oliver, 3967-400$.
3768–78?; on resolution on March Michael M. J., on English in elemen-
examination, 4828 .

tary schools, 4172.
Kindergarten schools, establishment, Mullany, J: F., Summer schools and

their relation to higher education,

LL.B., value and requirements, C:
A. Collin on, 4516–554; I. F. Russell National university, E. L. Gregory

on, 3864-923; J. G. Schurman on,
Language study, 2702-71; bibliog- 3923-966.

raphy, 2863–886; D. C. Farr on, 2979- Necrology committee, report, 259“,

Law and medical student require- New York educational exhibit, see

ments, G. W. Boskowitz on, 4708– Educational exhibit.
71*; C: A. Collin on, 4508_55, 4721– New York educational system, 3022-
733; J: F. Crowell on, 4703; Sec. 33, 3239-267.
Dewey on, 4555–56"; A. S. Draper on, Normal schools, preparatory courses
4612-625, 4643; J. N. Fiero on, 4647- for, F. J. Cheney on, 4678-69.
671; D. S. Martin on, 4568-57%; I. F.
Russell on, 4578–59°; J. G. Schurman Oakey, Marcellus, on English in
on, 4626-64%; W. R. Spooner on, 4601- secondary schools, 4459-471;

61°; effect of new law, 4557-563. March examinations, 4815.
Lawton, I. H., on March examinations, Officers of the University, 5539.

Oliver, J. E., Memory in mathematical
Lecture system, Chanc. Upson on, 2521 teaching, 3967-4006.
Legislation, educational; J. T. Ed.
wards on, 8012-114.

Parsons, J. R. jr, reports on exami-
Libraries, growth of; Chanc. Upson on, nations, 2935-95%.

Peck, E. J., on March examinations,
Library law, 3059-65.


on, 4597.


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