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Stran 33 - WISSLER, curator of the department of anthropology in the American Museum of Natural History, New York, read an elaborate and philosophical paper on The Doctrine of Evolution and Anthropology.
Stran 153 - A. (a) Practical: Infantry Drill Regulations, through the school of the battalion in close and extended order. Advance and rear guards, and outposts. Marches. The ceremonies of battalion review, inspection, parades, guard mounting, and escort of the colors. Infantry target practice. Instruction in First Aid to the Injured.
Stran 35 - Bracketed courses are not given in 1899-1900. 1. General Introduction to the Science of Language. The essential principles of the life and growth of language ; outlines of the science of phonetics ; history of the science of comparative philology ; historical and ethnological results of the science ; classification of languages ; salient characteristics of the various branches of the IndoEuropean family of languages ; methods of investigation.
Stran 154 - And the following records: Enlistment and discharge papers, including descriptive lists; morning reports; field and monthly returns; muster rolls; rosters; ration returns; requisitions; property returns. The articles of war specifically mentioned are among the most important for the young officer to know on first entering the service. The records prescribed for study should be thoroughly understood by all graduating cadets, because they show how the soldier enters and leaves the service, how he is...
Stran 69 - The instructors in English hold themselves ready to assist and advise competent graduate students who may propose plans of special study in the English language or literature. Such plans, however, must in each case meet the approval of the Department.
Stran 85 - The analytic geometry of the straight line, the circle, and the conic sections, including a discussion of the general equation of the second degree, and some special examples in higher loci.
Stran 153 - Firing Regulations, Parts I, II, and VII. The Articles of War, with special reference to Articles 4, 8, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 32, 38, 39, 40, 42, 44, 46, 47, 50, 55, 57, 61, and 65. And the following records: Enlistment and discharge papers, including descriptive lists. Morning reports. Field and monthly returns. Muster rolls. Rosters. Ration returns. Requisitions. Property returns.
Stran 22 - Courses i, 2, 3, 4, 50, 8, and 28 are prerequisite for a teacher's recommendation in chemistry. A discussion of the teaching of history in secondary schools, with special emphasis on the methods and materials. The course is designed for seniors and graduates expecting to apply for a high-school teacher's certificate in history: Two hours, either half-year. Tuesdays, 3. Prerequisite: Courses 52, 54, 64, 63, and 73, and political science i. The department of history will recommend for high-school teachers...
Stran 153 - The ceremonies of battalion review, inspection, parades, guard mounting, and escort of the colors. Infantry target practice. Instruction in first aid to the injured. A g-uard shall be mounted five times (weather permitting) in each week of the school year, and the guard shall be practically instructed for one hour in the posting and relief of sentinels and their duties.
Stran 60 - ... special studies) four groups from the following list: Natural sciences, mathematics, English, foreign languages, history, philosophy. This requirement is intended to secure, so far as is possible, breadth of culture and sympathy with the various lines of high-school work. For teacher's certificate the requirements are the same as for group elective, except that in the fifteen units of advanced courses candidates must include no, either i$c or one part of 23, and one other course from the list...