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Completely Parsed Caesar
Gallic War, Book I.
BY REV. JAMES B. FINCH, M. A., D. D.
CLOTH-$1.50 POSTPAID-400 PAGES. The Latin words in the Latin order just as Caesar wrote them: with the exact literal English equivalent of each Latin word directly under it (interlined); and with a second, elegant translation in the margin; also with Footnotes in which every word is completely parsed, and all constructions explained, with References to the leading Latin grammars. Each page complete—Latin text, interlinear literal translation, marginal flowing translation, parsingall at a glance without turning a leaf! Completely Scanned and Parsed Aeneid, I. Ready August, 1900.
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Tenth Annual Meeting of the Southern California Teachers'
F. W. GUTHRIE Principal Union High School, Redlands.
Supervising Principal, Redondo.
F. A. BOULELLE Superintendent Riverside County, Riverside.
Principal Hewitt Street School, Los Angeles. Second Vice-President EDNAH A. Rich Transportation Secretary
C. A. KYOU Supervisor Manual Training, Santa Barbara.
Supervisor Manual Training, Los Angeles.
E. P. ROWELL
HOTELS- Edward Dolland, chairman; Arthur Brown, B. W. Griffith.
GENERAL RECEPTION – M. C. Bettinger, chairman; J. B. Monlux. B. H. Donnell, Mrs. Fannie H. Byram, Mae Stansbury, Kate Osgood, W. L. Frew (Long Beach), N. S. Smith (Monrovia), Mary S. Murphy, Mary F. Claypool, Helen E. Hunt, C. I. D. Moore (Santa Monica).
MUSIC- Kathryn E. Stone, chairman; Jennie Hagan, Mrs. M. G. Dunster, T. J. Phillips, F. A. Bonelle, Winona Huntley, J. M. McPherron, Hattie Rice (Pasadena), A. D. Hunter (Pomona).
BADGES – Katherine B. Ross, chairman; Nellie Shine, Mrs. Laura I. Thompson, J. Jeanette Haver. mann, Gertrudo Henderson,
SCHOOL BOOKS AND APPLIANCES - E. P. Rowell, chairman; B. W. Reed.
Membership and Introduction- Los Angeles: Supt. J. H. Strine, Deputy Supt. J. B. Millard, Asst. Supt. W. W. Tritt, Kate E. Smith, A. E. Baker, Mrs. C. P. Bradfield, Julia Bruere.
Santa Barbara: Supt. W. S. Edwards, Supt. W. A. Wilson, Principal H. N. Caldwell (Lompoc).
San Bernardino: Supt. A. S. McPherron, Supt. L. C. Bahr, Principal George Green (Colton), Principal D. C. Reed (Redlands).
Riverside: Supt. Edward Hyatt, Supt. Howard L. Lunt, Principal E. B. Oakley (San Jacinto).
Resolutions, Chairman, W. H. Housh, Principal Los Angeles High School; Edward T. Pierce, President State Normal School, Los Angeles; Howard L. Lunt, Supt. City Schools of Riverside; W.F. Bliss, State Normal School, San Diego; Melville Dozier, State Normal School, Los Angeles; Lulu Claire Bahr, Supt. City Schools, San Bernardino; J. D. Graham, Supt. City Schools, Pasadena; Geo. L. Sackett, Supt. Ventura County; Ednah A. Rich, Santa Barbara.
Ushers – Section 1 – Nellie M. Petray, Chairman; Christine M. Benson, Mary E. Blanford, Ethel D. Brooks, Leah M. Bletsoe, Olga H. Dorn, Bessie Powell, Frances Bristor, Ruth B. Atherton, Edith Carpenter, E. Louise Clarke, Frances Kingery, Bessie M. Cox, Edith M. Hodgkins, Lillian E. Dangbein, Belle McKenzie, Kathrine Myers. Section 2 – F. A. Hazzard, Chairman; Roy Porter, E. W. Lawrence, B. G. Fanning, M. W. Lorbeer, Arthur M. Abbott, Melvin Neel, W. E. White, Stuart Laughlin, Clarence Dickison, Wirt C. Williams.
Chairman, Miss Lulu Mitchell, Supervisor Kindergarten, Santa Barbara.
Secretary, Orabel Chilton, Teacher First Grade, Santa Ana. (1) Language Work in Kindergarten and First Grade.-Lucille Potter, First Grade, Lincoln School, Santa Barbara. Discussion led by Mrs. M. Reese. (2) Children's Stories.-E. Donnahey. Discussion led by Virginia Pease, Pasadena. (3) Christmas Songs and How to Sing Them. Child Study-High School, Room 3.
Chairman, F. A. Wagner, Supervising Principal, Redlands.
Secretary, Anna M. Hurley, City Schools, Pasadena. (1) Some of the Normal and Diseased Conditions of the Physical Life of a Child as Related to its Education.-Dr. George E. Abbott, Pasadena. Discussion: Dr. George S. Hull, Pasadena; James H. Hoose, Department of History and Economics, University of Southern California. (2) A review of G. Stanley Hall's article in September number of the Forum, "The Ideal School as Based Upon Child Study."- Harry M. Shafer, Director of Training School, State Normal School, San Diego. Discussion: That Theory of Stages in a Child's Development.- Frederic Burk, Ph.D., President State Normal School, San Francisco. THE KINDERGARTEN — Mary F. Ledyard, Supervisor of Kindergartens, Los Angeles. LANGUAGE- Emily M. Stetson, Department of English, High School, Covina. GEOGRAPHY – James F. Chamberlain, Department of Geography, State Normal School, Los Angeles. The Present System Not Altogether a Failure.- W. H. Housh, Prin. High School, Los Angeles. General Discussion. Conclusion - Thomas P. Bailey Jr., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Education, University of Chicago. Eighth Grade--High School, Room 14. Chairman, J. E. Hamilton, Supervising Principal and President County Board of Education, Santa Maria.
Secretary, Cassie Davidson, Grammar School, San Diego. (1) Self-Reliance.-C. E. Hawley, Citrus Avenue School, Redlands. (2) History in the Seventh and Eighth Grades.-F. W. Conrad, San Bernardino. (3) English Grammar; Its Use and Abuse.-G. S. Metcalf, Santa Barbara County. (4) How Much Grammar Shall We Teach in the Eighth Year?--Arthur G. Balaam, Member County Board of Education, Santa Barbara County. Discussion of all subjects. Mathematics in the Grades-Commercial High School, Room 10.
Chairman, Frank H. Hyatt, Supervising Principal, Pomona. .
Secretary, Jennie E. Tucker, El Monte. (1) A New Psychology of Number.-C. T. Meredith, State Normal School, San Diego. Discussion led by W. B. French, San Pedro, and A. W. Plummer, Prin, Sixth Street School, Los Angeles.
(2) A-Is Enough Time and Prominence Given to the Subject of Arithmetic in Our School ProgramsRobert L. Fraisher, Anaheim. B-Is Enough Time Given to the Development and Statement of Arithmeti. cal Principles of General Value? Or is Not Too Much Emphasis Placed on Working Examples?-Lucille B. Hornbeck, Los Angeles. C-In General, Are We Not Following Too Much the System Resulting From the New York Regents' Plans, Cramming for Examination-i. e., Getting the Cart Before the Horse!-- Jean Loomis, Pomona. Discussion.