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DEANS OF AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS JOHN MILTON DODSON, A.M., M.D., Dean, Rush Medical College, Chicago. FRANK BILLINGS, S.M., M.D., Dean, Rush Medical College, Chicago. JOHN J. SCHOBINGER, The Harvard School, 4651 Drexel Boulevard, Chicago. A. F. FLEET, A.M., LL.D., Culver Military Academy, Culver, Ind. WILLIAM PARKER MCKEE, A.M., D.B., Frances Shimer Academy, Mt. Carroll,

III. Anxa R. HAIRE, A.B., University School for Girls, 1046–1050 Lake Shore

Drive, Chicago. THEODORE CHALON BURGESS, PH.D., Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria,

Ill. GENEVA MISENER, PH.D., Kenwood Institute, 4600 Ellis Avenue, Chicago. EDWIN PUTNAM BROWN, A.B., Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, Wis.

OTHER OFFICERS AND ASSISTANTS MURDOCH H. MacLean, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. INEZ LAPHAM, President's Secretary, President's Office. GEORGE O. FAIRWEATHER, Secretary to the Counsel and Business Manager. EDWARD C. EICHER, Cashier and Registrar's Assistant. NATHAN C. PLIMPTON, Chief Accountant. Thomas L. BARRELL, Steward, Men's Commons. ELIZABETH MINER, Manager, Women's Commons.

FELLOWS APPOINTED FOR THE YEAR 1909-10 HENRY FOSTER ADAMS, Ph.B., Psychology.

Student, Wesleyan University, 1901-5; Ph.B., ibid., 1905 ; Student, University of

Chicago, 1907; Scholar, ibid., 1908; Fellow, ibid., 1908-9, 1909–10. GEORGE DELWIN ALLEN, A.B., Zoology.

Student, Oberlin College, 1903–7; A.B., ibid., 1907; Student Assistant in Zoological Laboratory, ibid., 1906–7; Assistant in Zoological Laboratory, ibid., 1907-8; Fellow in

Zoology, University of Chicago, 1908-9, 1909-10. CHARLES LAWRENCE BAKER, Paleontology.

Assistant in Bioloxy, Monmouth College, 1901-5; Assistant in Zoology, Oberlin College, 1903-7; Scholar in Geology, University of Chicago, 1907-8; Student, Monmouth College, 1903-5; University of Minnesota Seaside Station, 1905; Student, Oberlin College, 1905-7; University of Chicago, 1907-8; Fellow in Paleontology, ibid., 1908-9, 1909-10; Field Assist

ant, United States Geological Survey, 1908. RAYMOND W. BALDWIN, A.B., A.M., Political Economy.

A.B., McPherson College, 1903; Graduate Student, McPherson College, 1905-6; A.M., ibid., 1906; Superintendent of Schools, Moundridge, Kan., 1906-7; Graduate Student, University of Kansas, 1907-8; A.M., ibid., 1908; Graduate Student, University of Kansas,

1908-9; Fellow in Political Economy, University of Chicago, 1909-10. GEORGE WILLIAM BARTELMEZ, S.B., Zoology.

S.B., New York University. 1906; Assistant in Biology, ibid., 1906-7; Fellow in Zoology, University of Chicago, 1907-8; Assistant in Zoology,

ibid., 1908-9, 1909–10. JAMES EDGAR BELL, S.B., Chemistry.

S.B., University of Chicago, 1905; Instructor in Chemistry and Physics, Ottawa, Ill., High School, 1905-8; Student, University of Chicago, 1908-9; Fellow in Chemistry, ibid., 1909-10.

LUTHER LEE BERNARD, S.B., A.B., Sociology.

Student, Peirce City Baptist College, 1899-1903 ; Teacher, ibid., 1901-3; S.B., ibid.; Teacher, Lamar College, 1903, 1905; Student, University of Missouri, 1901-7, and Sum.

mer, 1908; A.B., ibid., 1907; Fellow, University of Chicago, 1907-8, 1908-9, 1909-10. OTTILIE GERTRUDE BOETZKES, A.M., German.

Student, Barnard College, Columbia University, 1897-9; University of Washington, 1899-01; A.B., ibid., 1902; A.M., ibid.; Student, Paris, 1903; Instructor in German, Univer: sity of Washington, 1902-3; Assistant Professor of German, ibid., 1903—; Graduate

Scholar in German, University of Chicago, 1909; Fellow in German, ibid., 1909-10. EMORY S. BOGARDUS, A.B., A.M., Sociology.

Student, Northwestern University, 1904-9; A.B., ibid., 1908; A.M., ibid., 1909; Settlement

Fellow, ibid., 1909; Fellow in Sociology, University of Chicago, 1909–10. ALICE FREDA BRAUNLICH, A.B., Latin.

A.B., University of Chicago, 1908; Fellow in Latin, ibid., 1909–10. HAZEL LOUISE BROWN, A.M., Greek.

Student, University of Chicago, 1901-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; Fellow in Greek, ibid., 1906–7;

A.M., ibid., 1907; Graduate Scholar in Greek, ibid., 1907-9; Fellow in Greek, ibid., 1909-10. HENRY RAYMOND BRUSH, A.B., Romance Languages, Germanics.

Adelbert College, 1894-8; A.B., ibid., 1898; Graduate Student, Western Reserve Univer: sity, 1898-9; Teacher, Cleveland Public Schools, 1898–1900; Principal, Ashland, O., High School, 1900-5; Professor of Modern Languages, Hope College, 1903—; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, Summer Quarters, 1906, 1907; Student in Paris, Summer, 1908;

Follow in Romance Languages, University of Chicago, 1909-1910. WILLIAM FRANK BRYAN, A.M., English.

Ph.B., University of North Carolina, 1900; Instructor in Latin and English, Brugham
School, Ashville, N. C., 1900–7; Graduate Student, Columbia University, Summer, 1903;
Instructor in English, University of North Carolina, 1907-8; A.M., ibid., 1908; Graduato

Student, University of Chicago 1908; Fellow in English, ibid., 1909-10.
DANIEL BUCHANAN, A.B., A.M., Astronomy.
Student, McMaster University, Toronto, 1902-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; A.M., ibid., 1908;

Master, Woodstock College, Woodstock, Ont., 1906-8; Graduate Student, University of Chicago,

1908–9; Fellow in Astronomy, ibid., 1909–10. GEORGE MILLER CALHOUN, A.B., Greek.

Student. John B. Stetson University, 1903-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; Assistant in Latin, ibid., 1905-6; Student, University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1906; A.B., ibid., 1906: Grad. uate Student, ibid., 1906–7; Fellow, ibid., 1907-8, 1908-9, 1909-10; Assistant in Greek, ibid.,

Summer Quarter, 1909.
ANDREW GRAHAM CAMPBELL, A.B., A.M.

Student, McMaster University, 1893–7; A.B., ibid., 1897; Student of Theology, ibid., 1898–1900; A.M., ibid., 1906; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1908-9; Fellow in

Systematic Theology, ibid., 1909–10.
LILY BESS CAMPBELL, B.Lit., A.M., English.

Student, University of Texas, 1901-5; B.Lit., ibid., 1905; Follow in English, ibid., 1905–6; A.M., ibid., 1906; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1907-9; Fellow in

English, ibid., 1909–10.
Emma PERRY Carr, S.B., Chemistry.

Student, Ohio State University, 1898-9; Student, Mount Holyoke College, 1899-1901; Laboratory Assistant in Chemistry, ibid., 1901-4; Student, University of Chicago, 1904-5; S.B., ibid.,

1905; Instructor in Chemistry, Mount Holyoke College, 1905–8; Student, Uni. versity of Chicago, 1908; Follow in Chemistry, itid., 1909-10. ETHEL Mary CHAMBERLAIN, A.B., Psychology.

Student, Lombard Collogo, 1901-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; Assistant, ibid., 1905-6; Student,
University of Chicago, 1906-8; Fellow, Bryn Mawr College, 1908-9; Fellow in Psychology,

University of Chicago, 1909-10.
WILLIAM LUDLOW CHENERY, A.B., Sociology.

Student, Randolph-Macon College, Va., 1900, 1901, 1904, 1907; A.B., ibid., 1907; Graduate

Student, University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1908; Fellow in Sociology, ibid., 1909–10. GRACE LUCRETIA CLAPP, A.B., A.M., Botany.

Student, Smith College, 1901-5; Student and Student Assistant in Botanical Laboratory, Smith College, 1905-6; Fellow in Botany, Smith College, 1906-7; Student, University of Chicago, 1907-9; Fellow in Botany, ibid., 1909-10.

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J. HARRY Clo, S.M., Physics.

Student, Kentucky State University, 1900-4; S.B., ibid., 1904; Student Assistant in
Physics, ibid., 1902-4; Fellow in Physics and in Pedagogy, ibid., 1904-5; S.M., ibid., 1905;
Instructor in Physics, State College of Washington, Pullman, Wash., 1905-7; Graduate
Student, University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1906; Instructor in Physics, University
of Virginia, 1907-8; Fellow in Physics, University of Chicago, 1908-10; Assistant in

Physics, ibid., Summer Quarter, 1909.
EARL FRANCIS COLBORN, A.B., A.M., History.

A.B., Miami University, 1907; Graduate Student and Colonial Dames Fellow in Ohio
Valley History, University of Cincinnati, 1907-8; A.M., ibid., 1908; Fellow in Sociology,

University of Chicago, 1908-9; Fellow in History, ibid., 1909-10. CHARLES WALLACE COLLINS, S.B., Ph.B., Semitics.

Student, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1895–9; S.B., ibid., 1899; Student. Law Student, private tuition, 1899-1902; admitted to Alabama State Bar, 1902; Student, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1906–7; Student, University of Chicago, 1907-9; Ph.B., ibid., 1908; Librarian, Haskell Oriental Museum, ibid., 1908-9; Fellow in Semitics, ibid.,

1903-10. WINIFRED GARDNER CROWELL, PH.B., Ph.M., Englisb.

Student, Radcliffe College, 1893-4; Teacher of English, Acadia Seminary, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, 1891-9; Ph.B., University of Chicago, 1901; Professor of English, Grand Island College, Nebraska, 1901-2; Ph.M., University of Chicago, 1904; Dean of Stephens College,

Columbia, Mo., 1901-9; Fellow in English, University of Chicago, 1909-10. FRANCES EUNICE Davis, A.B., Greek.

Student, Wellesley College, 1904-8; A.B., ibid., 1908; Fellow in Greek, University of

Chicago, 1909-10.
LLOYD LYNE DINES, A.B., A.M., Mathematics.

Student. Northwestern University, 1902-7; A.B., ibid., 1906; A.M., ibid., 1907; Fellow, ibid., 1906-7; Instructor in Mathematics, Evanston Academy, 1907-8; Fellow in Mathe.

matics, University of Chicago, 1908–10. CHARLES ARTAUR EXLEY, A.B., Systematic Theology.

Student, niversity of Nebraska, 1899 04; A.B., ibid., 1904; Student, University of

Chicago, 1904-8; Fellow in Systematic Theology, ibid., 1908-9, 1909-10. ELMER KENDALL EYERLY, A.M., Sociology.

A.B., Franklin and Marshall College, 1888; A.M., ibid., 1893; Student, Yale Divinity School, 1888-9; Graduate Student, Berlin University, 1891-2; Graduate Student, Univer

sity of Chicago, 1897; Fellow, ibid., 1899, 1908-9, 1909-10. FRANCES FENTON, A.B., Sociology.

Student, Vassar College, 1899–1902; A.B., ibid., 1902; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1902-3; Teacher of English, Mankato (Mind.), State Normal School, 1903-4; Instructor in English, Mt. Holyoke College, 1901-7; Graduate Student, University of

Chicago, 1907-8; Fellow in Sociology, ibid., 1908-9, 1909-10. MABEL RUTH FERNALD, A.B., Psychology.

Student, Mount Holyoke College, 1902-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; Instructor in Physics and Mathematics, Preparatory Department of Shepardson College, Denison University,

1906-7; Fellow in Psychology, University of Chicago, 1907-9, 1909-10. Carol Howe FOSTER, A.B., English.

Student, University of Idaho, 1903-5; A.B., ibid., 1906; Rhodes Scholar, Brasenose College,

Oxford University, 1905-8; B.A., ibid., 1908; Fellow, University of Chicago, 1908-9, 1909-10. RICHARD WHITE GENTRY, A.B., Church History.

Student, University of Missouri, 1899-1902, 1904-5; Union Theological Seminary, 1905-6;
University of Chicago, Summer and Winter Quarters, 1906; Instructor in Old Testament,
Bible College of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., 1907-8; Student, University of Chicago, 1908-9;

Fellow in Church History, ibid., 1909-10.
Joan CowPER GRANBERY, A.B., D.B., A.M., New Testament.

A.B., Randolph-Macon College, 1896; D.B., Vanderbilt University, 1899; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1899, 1901, 1907; A.M., ibid., 1908; Fellow in Literature

and Interpretation, ibid., 1908-9, 1909–10. ARTHUR JACKSON HALL, A.B., A.M., D.B., Th.M., Practical Theology.

Student, Richmond College, Va., 1892-3, 1898–9; A.B., ibid., 1898; Graduate Student, ibid., 1898-9; A.M., ibid., 1899; Student, Crozer Theological Seminary, 1900-1, 1902-3; D.B., ibid., 1903; Th.M., ibid., 1906; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1908-9; Fellow in Prac. tical Theology, ibid., 1909-10.

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ETHEL EDNA HANKS, Ph.B., Political Economy.

Student, Nebraska State Normal School, 1902-4; Student, University of Chicago, 1906-9; Ph.B., ibid., 1909; Fellow in Political Economy, ibid., 1909–10; Scholarship, Chicago

School of Civics and Philanthropy, 1909–10. CHARLES OscaR HARDY, A.B., History.

Student, Ottawa University, 1900-4; A.B., ibid., 1904; Instructor, Hiawatha Academy,

1904-6; Student, University of Chicago, 1908-9; Fellow in History, ibid., 1909–10. CHARLES JOSEPH HARES, S.B., S.M., Geology.

S.B., Syracuse University, 1907; S.M., ibid., 1908; Fellow in Geology, University of

Chicago, 1908-9, 1909-10.
ELDO LEWIS HENDRICKS, A.B., A.M., Education.

Student, Franklin College, 1890-94; A.B., ibid., 1894; Student, Indiana University, 1898-9;
A.M., ibid., 1899; Student, University of Chicago, Summer Quarters, 1902, 1906; Student,

Harvard University, Summer, 1903; Fellow in Education, University of Chicago, 1909–10. MURRAY GARDNER HILL, A.B., A.M., English.

A.B., University of Kansas, 1901; A.M., ibid., 1907; Graduate Student, Harvard University, 1904-5; Professor of English Language and Literature, Ottawa University, 1905-9; Fellow

in English, University of Chicago, 1909-10. Ivan LEE HOLT, A.B., Semitics.

Student, Vanderbilt University, 1901-4; A.B., ibid., 1904; Instructor in Latin and Greek,
Stuttgart, Ark., Training School, 1901-7; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1907-9;

Fellow in Semitics, ibid., 1909-10.
HOWARD ARCHIBALD HUBBARD, A.B., A.M., Political Economy.

A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1904; A.M., ibid., 1906; Professor of History, Economics, and Groek, Kansas Wesleyan University, -; Student, University of Chicago, First

Term, Summer Quarter, 1903; Fellow in Political Economy, ibid., 1909-10. MARY JOHNSTON, A.B., A.M., Latin.

Student, Indiana University, 1896-1902; A.B., ibid., 1900; A.M., ibid., 1902; Instructor in charge of Latin department, Illinois Woman's College, 1905-9; Fellow in Latin, Univor.

versity of Chicago, 1909–10. RICHARD ORLANDO JOLLIFFE, A.B., Latin.

A.B., Universiy of Toronto, 1897; Lecturer in Classics, Wesley College, University of Manitoba, 1903-7; Professor of Latin, ibid., 1907-9; Follow in Latin, University of Chicago,

1909-10. ELIJAH JORDAN, A.M., Philosophy.

Student, Indiana University, 1905-7; A.B., ibid., 1907; Graduate Scholar in Philosopby, Cornell University, 1907-8; A.M., ibid., 1908 ; Fellow in Philosophy, University of Wiscon.

sin, 1908-9; Fellow in Philosophy, University of Chicago, 1909-10. WILLIAM HENRY KADESCH, S.B., Physics.

Student, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1899-1900, 1901-2, 1903-6; S.B., ibid., 1906; Assistant in Chemistry, ibid., 1905-6; Instructor in Physics and Chemistry, Walden University, Nashville, Tenn., 1906–7; Teacher of Physics and Chemistry, Washington, O., High School,

1907-8; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1908-9; Follow in Physics, ibid., 1909-10. Fred Conrad Koch, S.M., Physiology.

Student, University of Illinois, 1895–1900; S.B., ibid., 1899; Instructor in Physiology and Chemistry, ibid., 1900-2; S.M., ibid., 1900; Fellow in Physiology, University of Chicago,

1909-10. FRANCIS WALDEMAR KRACHER, A.B., D.B., A.M., German.

Student, Central Wesleyan College, Mo., 1902-5; A.B., ibid., 1905; Assistant in German, ibid., 1904-5; Graduate Student, Garrett Biblical Institute, first semester, 1905-6; nonresident student, Wesleyap Theological Seminary, 1905-6; D.B., ibid., 1906; Graduato Student, Northwestern University, 1907-8; A.M., ibid., 1908; Graduate Student, Univer.

sity of Chicago, 1908-9; Fellow in German, ibid., 1909-10. HARVEY BRACE LEMON, A.B., Physics.

Student, Lewis Institute, Chicago, 1901-4; Student, University of Chicago, 1901-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; Volunteer Research Assistant, Yerkes Observatory, Summer Quarters, 1905, 1906, 1908 ; Assistant in Astronomy and Instructor in Mechanical Drawing, Beloit College,

1907-8; Student, University of Chicago, 1908—; Fellow in Physics, ibid., 1909–10. Edwin RUSSELL LLOYD, B.A., F.G.S., Geology.

Student, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1902-5; A.B., ibid., 1905; Elected Rhodes Scholar from W. Virginia, 1905 ; Student, Oxford University, 1905-8; B.A., ibid., 1908; BurdettCoutts Scholar and Demonstrator in Petrology, ibid., 1908-9; Fellow in Geology, Univer. sity of Chicago, 1909–10.

Milton EARLY LOOMIS, A.B., Political Science.

Student, Western Reserve University, 1905-9; A.B., ibid., 1909; Fellow in Political

Science, University of Chicago, 1909-10.
HOWARD JOHNSON LUCAS, A.B., A.M., Chemistry.

Student, Ohio State University, 1903-7; A.B., ibid., 1907; A.M., ibid., 1908; Assistant in

Chemistry, ibid., 1907-9; Fellow in Chemistry, University of Chicago, 1909–10. WILLIAM FERDINAND LUEBKE, A.B., German.

Student, Northwestern University, Watertown, Wis., 1899-1903; A.B., ibid., 1903; Student, University of Wisconsin, 1903-5; A.B., ibid., 1904; F. W. Allis Graduate Scholar in German Philology, ibid., 1901-5; Teacher of German, Waukesha, Wis., High School, 1905-6; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, Summer Quarter, 1903; Assistant Professor of German, Miami University, 1906-9; Follow in German, University of Chicago,

1909-10 BERTRAM R. MacKay, B.Sc., Geology.

Student, School of Mining, Kingston, Ont., 1904-8; B.Sc., ibid., 1908; Fellow in Mineralogy, Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., 1908-9; Fellow in Geology, University of

Chicago, 1909–10.
HARRIS LACHLAN MacNEILL, A.B., Biblical Greek.

Student, McMaster University, 1890-4; A.B., ibid., 1894 ; Student, Ontario College of
Pedagogy, Toronto, 1894-5; Graduate, ibid., 1895; Student, University of Chicago, 1898-9;

Fellow in Biblical Greek, ibid., 1907-9, 1909–10. ROBERT BRYAN MCCORD, A.B., D.B., Sociology.

Student, Florida State College, 1901-5; A.B., ibid., 1905; Student, Yale Divinity School, 1905-8; D.B., ibid., 1903; Graduate Student in Sociology, University of Chicago, 1908-9;

Fellow in Sociology, ibid., 1909-10.
HARRY ALBERT McGill, A.B., History.

Student, Ohio Northern University, 1897-1900 ; Student, Butler College, 1901-2; A.B.,
ibid., 1902; A.B., ibid., University of Chicago, 1903; Instructor, High School, Freeport,
Ill., 1903-6; Principal, High School, Jacksonville, Ill., 1906-8; Student, University of
Chicago, Spring and Summer Quarters, 1903; Summer Quarters, 1904, 1906-8; Student,

ibid., 1908–9; Fellow in History, ibid., 1909-10. Basil MAXWELL Manly, A.B., Political Economy.

Student, University of Missouri, 1902-3; Washington and Lee University, 1903–7; A.B., ibid., 1906; Special Agent, United States Bureau of Labor, Department of Commerce

and Labor, 1908–9; Fellow in Political Economy, University of Chicago, 1909–10. ARTHUR RAYMOND MEAD, A.B., Sociology.

Student, Miami University, 1905-9; A.B., ibid., 1909; Fellow in Sociology, University of

Chicago, 1909-10.
EDGAR ALLEN MENK, A.B., Sanskrit.

Student, University of Indiana, 1903-7; A.B., ibid., 1907; Fellow in Sanskrit, University

of Chicago, 1907-9, 1909–10. EGBERT J. MILES, A.M., Mathematics.

Student, Indiana University, 1903-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; Assistant in Mathematics, Swarthmore College, 1906–7; A.M., ibid., 1907; Fellow in Mathematics, University of Chicago,

1907-9, 1909-10. EDWARD JAMES MOORE, A.B., A.M., Physics.

A.B., Oberlin College, 1903; Graduate Student in Mathematics and Physics, ibid., 1903–6 ; A.M., ibid., 1906; Tutor in Mathematics, Oberlin Academy, 1903-7; Instructor in Math ematics and Assistant in Physics, Oberlin College, 1907—; Student, University of

Chicago; 1908-9; Fellow in Physics, ibid., 1909–10. Josiah JOHN MOORE, S.B., Pathology.

Student, University of Montana, 1904-7; S.B., ibid., 1907; Assistant in Biology, ibid., 1905–7; Assistant in Spotted Fever Research, Montana, 1907, 1908; Student, University of

Chicago, 1908-9; Fellow in Pathology, ibid., 1909–10. HAROLD GLENN MOULTON, PH.B., Political Economy.

Student, Albion College, 1903-5; University of Chicago, 1905-7; Ph.B., ibid., 1907; Grad.

uate Student, University of Chicago, 1907-8; Fellow in Political Economy, ibid., 1909-10. ARTHUR BERNARD MUDDIMAN, A.B., Sanskrit.

Student, University of Durham, 1904-6; A.B., ibid., 1906; Student, King's College, 1908-9; A.B., ibid., 1908; Instructor in Greek, French, and Latin, King's Colloge, 1908; Fellow in Sanskrit, University of Chicago, 1909-10.

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