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Accomplishments, engineering colleges, 834-837.
Accountant, chief, duties, 85; salary, 84.
Accounting, cost system, 195–197; discounts on in-

voices, 170;fundamentals of adequate system, 167;
obligations, payment, 169-170; outline of sys-
tems used, 167-168; records in branch offices, 171;
records in central office, 170-171; segregation of
general headings, 168-169; status of budget appro-

priations, 171.
Adams, Henry C., act increasing Federal aid to

experiment stations, 26.
Adams Act, provisions, 26.
Administration, trust funds, 153.
Administration and general expenditures, 125-126,

127-128.
Administrative duties, allocation by institutions,

341-342.
Admission data, 264-272, 279–280.
Advertising, amount expended by institutions, 220.
Advisory committee, members, X-XIV.
Affiliations, home economics staff, 874-875.
Age, home economics staff, 869.
Age of entrance, former students, by major divi-

sions, 351-352.
Agriculture, aims and objectives, 716-720; courses

and curricula, 754-769; department unit, 723–727;
einphasis on subjects, 758-762; enrollment by
classes, 778; entrance requirements, 771-773; for-
mer students, annual salaries, 397; judging con-
tests, 783-785; junior divisions, 725-726; lands,
731-733; organization, 721-730; practice teaching
trips, 785; promotion of staff, 744-745; salaries of
staff, 745-748; service courses, 764-766; size of
classes, 780-781; staff, 734-753; staff, age when rank
attained, 742-743; status of engineering, 811-812;
students, 770–782; student enrollment, 775-782;
subjects required, 766–768; trends in curricula,

756-758.
Allotments, change under institutional budget, 165-

166; funds for books, 652.
Alumni, number of governing board, 54, 57.
Alumni and former students, age of entrance, 351-

352; decision and choice of vocation, 361-368; dis-
tribution of matriculants, 345–347; fields of col-
legiato specialization, 348–349; ownership of
business and capital invested, 374-381; present
average annual salary, 381-401; present occupa-
tion, 369-373; self-help while in college, 362-363;
size of communities in which reared, 353-356;

work after graduation, 357–361.
Andrews, Benjamin F., management of land-grant

endowments by States, 13-14.
Appointment, members of governing board, 54, 57.
Appropriations, segregation for specific purpose, 110;

State, by lump sum, 108; used to defray athletics

costs, 233-234.
Architect, services and compensation, 255.

Arts and sciences, occupation of former students,

371; college specialization of former students, 348.
Assigned readings in library, 634-636.
Assistant professors, salaries for 1928, 569-576.
Assistant to president, duties and salary, 67.
Associate professors, salaries for 1928, 569-576.
Athletics, administration and control, 229-236;

annual receipts, 230-232; areas of land segregated,
241; board of control, 459; final authority over
funds, 235; intercollegiate evils and problems, 461-
466; intercollegiate funds, 233-234; intercollegiate
letter men, 458; intramural funds, 234; intra-
mural men students participating, 448–449; louns
to construct plants, 232-233; source of funds for

capital investment, 232; value of plant, 230-232.
Attorney general, State, control over colleges, 38.
Audit, student organizations, 227-229.
Audit (external), by whom made, 176; extent of

examination, 177; when conducted, 176-177.
Audit (internal), outline of adequate system, 174

176.
Audit, internal and external, 174-181.
Auditor, State, control over colleges, 37.
Automobiles, number owned and methods of han-

dling, 183-185.
Auxiliary enterprises, control by business officer,
80; financial administration, 199.

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Balance sheet, compilation by colleges, 169.
Banking, former students, annual salaries, 398.
Bids, advertising and openings, 255,256.
Binding, control by institutional officers, 215; con-

trol by State agency, 215.
Binding department, organization and adminis-

tration, 212-218.
Blue-printing division, method of operation, 211-212.
Books, access to students, 637–638; gifts to library,

660-661; number loaned by library, 619-620; on
reserve, 620-621; requests not supplied, 630-631;
selection of, 650-654; status of collections, 654-655;

use of, 618-622.
Bookstores, disposition of surplus, 207; gross sales

for 1928, 206; institutional and cooperative, 206-

208; net profit for 1928, 207.
Branch offices, keeping of accounts, 171.
Broadcasting, types of programs, 217-218.
Buchanan, President, reasons for veto of first Mor-

rill Act, 7.
Budget, annual, for engineering, 825-826; home

economics, 901-903; library, by whom prepared,

703-704.
Budget (institutional), change in allotments, 165-

166; department as major unit, 159; method of
preparation, 158-160; relation to fiscal year, 161
162; reserve fund for emergency, 165; segregation
of items, 160-161; status of allotments, 171; sub-
mission of estimates, 163; tentative allotments,
164; time of completion, 162; validity of requests,
164-165; variation of classifications, 161.

Budget system, State, classification of funds, 44;

colleges under jurisdiction, 41; incomo records
submitted by colleges, 42; method of operation,
41; method of providing funds, 44; nature of data
required from college, 41; officers representing col-
leges,43; plan of organization, 41; provision to
secure emergency funds, 45; reduction of insti-
tutional estimates, 43; right of college to explain
requests, 42; separate requests for funds, 43; steps
of colleges to meet cuts in appropriations, 45; use

of unencumbered balances. 44.
Buildings, features of library, 666-670; methods

of obtaining surds, 254-255; types owned, 238,239,

241-242.
Bureaus, employment for students, 503–506.
Business activities, volume and extent, 82–83.
Business management and finance, auxiliary enter-

prises and service departments, 198–236; business
management, financial methods and accounting
systems, 158–197; distribution of expenditures,
123–137; income and receipts, 86-122; land and
buildings, operation, maintenance and new addi-
tions to physical plants, 237–262; organization of

business and fiscal office, 75-87.
Business officer, assignment of duties, 78; authority

over insurance, 187–188; diversity of title, 76;
power of appointment, 76–77; serves as secretary

of governing board, 80; to whom responsible, 77.
Business organization, divisions, 81-82; responsible

for business functions, 81.

Construction, new, development of architectural

plans, 256; procedure for control, 254-257; service

of architect, 255; supervision of work, 257.
Contests, judging, in agriculture, 783-785,
Control and administrative organization, chief

executive office, 63-67; educational organization,
68-72; governing boards, 52–62; State relationships,

35-51.
Convocation, religious exercises, 482–484.
Corporate powers, in vested in governing bodies, 52.
Cost accounting, difficulty of collecting data, 161;

unit and per capita, 195-197.
Counseling, vocational and educational, 422-423.
Courses, avoidance of duplication, 292; four-year

agriculture, 760-762; home economics, 910–927,

service in agriculture, 764-766.
Credentials, evaluation for foreign students, 333.
Credits, maximum and minimum for admission,

265-266.
Curricula, aims in agriculture, 755-756; agriculture

four-year courses, 760–762; engineering, survey of,
792-793; extension in home economics, 951-953;
foods and nutrition, 945–951; home economis,
923-964; nondegree engineering, 812-813; trends in
agriculture, 756-758; undergraduate agriculture,

754-764; undergraduate engineering, 805-909.
Curricular situation, home economics, 958-964.

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Calendar, methods of social supervision, 550-553;

number of days of instruction, 243-244; registra-

tion, closing dates, recess periods, 343–344.
Campus, amount of land utilized, 240; organization

for care, 248; plan of improvement, 247-248.
Capital, invested in business by former students,

376-381.
Capital outlays, income from State for 1928, 110;

source of funds for athletics, 232.
Capper-Ketcham Act, increased funds for exten-

sion, 32.
Card catalogue, use, 623-624.
Carnegie forms, use in colleges, 168.
Catalogue, library, use of, 624-625.
Chairman of local committees, land-grant colleges,

XV-XVII.
Civil service, State, applicable to colleges, 192.
Class sectioning, practices in colleges, 470-471.
Classes, size in agriculture, 780-781; special in on-

gineering, 814-815.
Classification of survey, IX-X.
Classifications, general headings for accounting,

168-169; home economics courses, 916-917.
Clergymen, former students, annual salaries, 394.
Clubs, student, character and object, 520-521.
Coach, football, faculty rank, 461.
Commencement, met hod of defraying expense, 195.
Commerce and business, former students, salaries,

399-401.
Committee, library, duties of, 672–673.
Committees, standing, governing board, 59; institu-

tional, serving under president, 66.
Compensation, retirement of staff members, 193–195.

Davenport, Eugene, early history of Michigan

Agricultural College, 5; services of colleges in

pioneering days, 22–23.
Dean of men, duties and functions, 416-419.
Dean of women, duties and functions, 405-416.
Deans, salaries for 1928, 569-576.
Debating, student organizations, 556-558.
Degrees, agricultural stafi, 735-736; earned by stati,

587; engineering, undergraduate, 809; highest of
staff, 598-600; home economics, 973-975; honorary,
granted 1863 to 1928, 295–296; honorary held by
staff, 593; number granted 1863 to 192, 294-25;
requirements in residence, 292; summary of nun-
ber granted, 293-294; time and method of con-

ferring, 293; type offered by institutions, 299.
Density, college population by zones, 334-335.
Dentists, former students, annual salaries, 31.
Department, reference, in library, 640-642.
Departments, home economics, 863-864; assignment

to major divisions, 71-72.
Devices, mechanical, for accounting, 172.
Dietitians, former students, annual salaries, 395,
Dining halls, charge for meals, 203-204; financed in

part by institutions, 204; purchase of food sup-
plies, 204; regulations for operation, $32-434;

variation in method of control, 202-23.
Disability compensation, members of staff, 193–195.
Discount, taking advantage on bills, 170.
Distribution of staff's time, 581-584, 594-600,
Dormitories, charges for rooms, 203; health condi-

tions, 429; number of students housed, 200; praes

tices in financial operation, 201-202.
Dramatics, student organizations, 555-556.
Duplicating bureau, method of supplying facilities,

209-211.
Duplication, home economics, 912-914.

Extension service, expenditures for 1928, 125-126,

131; home economics teaching, 951-953; plan of
conducting (Secretary of Agriculture), 30.

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Earnings, additional of staff, 576-579; departmental

for 1928, 119; engineering staff, 822–823; outside.

of staff, 576–579, 580; receipts for 1928, 118-119.
Education, agriculture, aims, 716-720; agriculture,

short courses, 720; agricultural organization, 721-
730; engineering, early history, 797-798; engineer-
ing in Europe, 795; industrial, in colleges, 811; OC-
cupation of former students, 372; physical, provi-
sions made for, 444-446; percentage analyses of
public income, 51; scientific, home economics,

852–854; social in home economics, 852–854.
Employment, home economics remuneration, 852;

assistance to students, 503-506; central agency of

control, 192; cooperation by departments, 505-506.
Endowments, created by State, 108; college, in-

terest for 1928, 112; management hy States (An-
drews), 13-14; permanent, securities in which

invested, 155.
Engineering, agricultural, status of, 811-812; atti-

tude of colleges, 798-800; college specialization of
former students, 348; curricula, 805-816; financial
relations, 830; graduate study, 809; graduation
requirements, 807; history, 790-791; inspection
trips, 807-808; internal organization, 827-829; non-
collegiate instruction, 812-815; objectives, 800-801;
occupational field of former students, 369-370;
physical plant, 825-826, 832-833; position of, 796–
801; practice during summers, 807; previous sur-
veys, 791-795; research, organized, 815-816; serv-
ices, 834-843; special aid furnished, 839-843;
student problems, 802-804; subjects carried, 806;
support and organization, 824-833; teaching staff,

817-823.
Enrollment, agriculture, 775-782; by major fields of

interest, 300; comparison by major fields, 302;
graduate according to distance, 336-337; home
economics, 968-971; number of students from
each State, 306-321; undergraduate, according to

distance, 336–337.
Enrollment in 1882 (True), 22.
Entrance, age of former students, 351-352; require-

ments in agriculture, 771-773; variation of prac-

tices, 272-275.
Equipment, engineering, value, 826; library, 668–

669; shops maintained for its repair, 220-222.
Equipment (automotive), control by central garage,

184-185; owned by colleges, 183-185.
Ex officio members, governing board, 54–56.
Examinations, physical, college students, 437-439.
Exemptions, payment of student fees, 151-152.
Expenditures, administration and general, 125-126,

127-128; amounts expended for trarel, 188-189;
educational and contributory purposes, 125–126;
experiment stations and other research, 125–126,
131-132; extension service for 1928, 125-126, 131;
grand total for 1928, 123; home economics, 906-909;
libraries, 701, 703-710; physical plant operation
and maintenance, 125-126, 128-129; proportion for
each purpose, 127; residence instruction, 125-126,
130-131; segregation in institutional budget, 160-

161.
Expenses, traveling, members of governing board,

62.
Experiment stations, act increasing Federal aid

(Adams), 26; author of first act (Hatch) 23;
increased funds, Purnell Act, 32; research in rural
economics, sociology and home economics, 32.

Faculty, agriculture, relationships, 727-729; engi-

neering, separated, 829-830; home economics,
862-863; members enrolled for graduate work, 292;

opinion of library, 613-644.
Faculty clubs, activities and administration, 223–

225; receipts and disbursements, 224-225.
Farm, college, amount of land used, 240–241.
Farmers: high school, organized in Pennsylvania, 5.
Federal receipts, 1915 and 1928, 88–90, 92.
Fees, library, amount of, 709-710; special, increase

1915 to 1928, 144-147.
Fellowships, annual value, 490-492, 497; conditions

of awards, 499-502; number awarded in 1928.
486, 492; service required, 492–495; study in special

fields, 487-490.
Financing, home economics, 901-909; public, rela-

tionship of educational obligations, 46.
Fire protection, methods adopted by colleges, 249.
Fiscal year, date of ending, 161-162.
Food, service, enterprises on campus, 432–434.
Foreign students, distribution by classes, 224-225;

distribution by country of origin, 326–327, 330-
331; distribution by courses pursued, 328-329,
330-331; evaluation of credentials, 333; language
entrance requirements, 332-333; number enrolled

in college, 322.
Forensics, student organizations, 556-558.
Foresters, former students, annual salaries, 396.
Forestry, enrollment of students, 779.
Former students, agriculturists, annual salaries, 397;

arts and sciences, engaged in teaching, 359-360;
average annual salaries, 381-382; clergymen,
annual salaries, 394; decision and choice of voca-
tion, 364-368; dentists, annual salaries, 394; dieti-
tians, annual salaries, 395; engineering, annual
salaries, 388–392; foresters, annual salaries, 396;
further work and degrees, 357; home-demonstra-
tion agents, annual salaries, 396; in engineering
work, 369; lawyers, annual salaries, 393; methods
of securing capital, 376-381; number reared on
farms, 353-356; owners of business, 374-375;
physicians, annual salaries, 393; salaries of women
elementary teachers, 386; salaries of women high-
school teachers, 387; salaries of men school super-
intendents, 386; salaries of men high-school teach-
ers, 383; salaries of men college instructors,
383–385; salaries of women school superintendents,
388; salaries of women college instructors, 387;
self-supporting in college, 362–363; surgeons,
annual salaries, 393; veterinaries, annual salaries,

395.
Fraternities, aid given hy institution, 539-543; con-

duct and supervision, 523–543; history and growth,
524-525; house mothers, 538-539;type of initiation,
531-532; method of selecting members, 528-530;
scholarship of members, 533-536.
Freshman week, practices in colleges, 467-470.
Freshmen, orientation, 466.
Fuel, amount used for central power plants, 252-253.
Full-time students, enrollment in degree courses,

287-288.
Functions, libraries, outline of, 613.

Funds, classification of State appropriations, 44;

old age and retirement, 193–195; provision to secure
State emergency income,45; public, distribution
for educational purposes, 46; rotary and revolv-
ing, 156-157; State methods of provision, 44; steps
by colleges to meet State reduction, 45; transfer
of State appropriations, 44; use of State unen-
cumbered balances, 44.

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General curricula, home economics, 924–941.
Gifts for engineering, 824–25.
Governing board, attendance of members, 60-61;

authority to administer trusts, 53; by-laws of,
61; changes in college administration, 61: con-
stitution of quorum, 54, 60; continuity of serv-
ice, 59; control of trust funds, 153; determination
of amount of insurance, 187; ex officio members,
54-56; former students and alumni, 54, 57; general
authority over colleges, 52; length of service,
54-55, 59; length of term, 54, 58–59; limitation of
powers by law, 53; male members, 54-56; method
of appointment, 54, 57; method of creation, 52;
number of members, 54-56; pay of members,
62; qualifications of members, 57; regular and
special meetings, 54, 60; standing committees,
59; State board of administration, 40; State board
of agriculture, 39; State board of control, 40;
State board of education, 39; transaction of busi-
ness, 61; traveling expense of members, 62;

women members, 54-56.
Government, by student organizations, 545-549;

fraternities and sororities, 525-528, 546-547.
Governor, control over colleges, 36-37; control over

State budget, 41.
Graduate work, occupation of former students, 373.
Graduates, enrollment by institutions, 289 291;

percentage of increase and decrease, 301; place-
ment in positions, 511-516; scholarships and fel-

lowships, 498-502.
Graduates (engineering), curricula, 809-810; trends,

809-810; survey of, 794,
Graduation, engineering, hours required 807.
Greek letter societies, administration attitude,

527-528.
Guidance, agriculture students, 774-775; engineer-

ing students, 804; vocational, 423-424.

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916-917; creative work of staff, 870-873; curricular
situation, 958–164; degrees, 973-975; departments,
863-866; duplication, 912-914; duties of stafi,
881-885; employment in, 852; expenditures for,
906-909; extension teaching, 951-953; financing,
901-909; first instruction in colleges, 27-28; foods
and nutrition, 945-951; general curricular, 924-941;
home management, 896-899; income, 973-905;
institutional management, 953-956; laboratories,
891-892; loan funds, 972-973; men students, 11-
972; miscellaneous curricular, 956-958; nursery
schools, 892-896; occupation of former students,
371; objectives, 847-854; organizations, 815-17;
physical facilities, 890–900; salaries of staff, 877-79.
scholarships, 972-973; staff, 868 889; staff rank.
879-880; staff schedule, 881-885; stati turnover,
888-889; students, 968-979; teaching, 465-967,

teacher-training curricula, 941-945.
Ilonor courses, number offered by colleges, 293.
Honorary organizations, different types, 543–544.
Houses, cooperation, for women students, 430 431,

fraternity and sorority, 536–539.
Housing, members of faculty, 606-607.
Hygiene, training of students, 455-457; Ineatal,
conduct of work, 441-443.

I
Income, different for public education, 46; Federal

Government classified by funds, 101-103; Federal
Government for public education, 46–47; Hatch-
Adams and Purnell Acts, 104; home economics,
903-905; mill-tax levy 1928, 108-109; percentage
analysis, of public education, 49-51; permanent
improvements, 110; private gifts for instruction
and administration, 117; Second Morrill Aet and
Nelson amendment, income 1928, 104; Smith-
Hughes Act, 104; Smith-Lever Act, 104-105;
sources and distribution for public education,

47-48.
Industrial classes, education (Turner), 3-4.
Inspections, chapter houses, by institution, 540-

542; number made of physical plant, 246-247.
Institutional organization, home economics, 855

861.
Instruction, engineering, cooperative, 818-8ce:

summary of calendar, 340-341; use of library, 625

629.
Instructors, salaries for.1928, 569–576.
Insurance, adjustments by various officials, is

former students, annual salaries, 398; kinds and
amounts carried by colleges, 186; practices existing
in colleges, 185-188;responsibility for placing, 107;

underwritten by State, 185.
Intelligence scores, by major fields, 296–297.
Intercollegiate athletics, evils and problems, 461-

466; source of funds, 233-234.
Interest, land-grant endowment, 103.
Interfraternity council, faculty representation, 533.
Internal organization, home economics, $63-866.
Intramural athletics, men students participating,

448-449; source of funds, 234.
Inventory, check of physical assets, 181-153; depurt-

ment organized in business office, 181; legal
requirement, 183; periodical, maintained by
colleges, 182; perpetual, outline of system, 181-

182.
Iowa State College, early teaching methods (Roh

erts), 21.

Handicraft, home economics, 849-850.
Hatch, William H., author, first experiment station

act, 23.
Hatch Act, provisions, 24-25.
Ilatch-Adams Act, income 1928, 104.
Health, reporting sick students, 439-440.
Ilealth service, personnel employed, 436.
Heating plants, expense of operation, 253.
Higher education, publicly supported, sources and

distribution of income, 50.
History, agricultural education, 716-718; early, of

libraries, 609-613; engineering education, 790-791.
Historical introduction, 1-33.
Home demonstration agents, former students,

annual salaries, 396.
Ilome economics, character of student body,975-979;

content of courses, 914-916; cooperative work,
899-900; courses, 910-922; course classification

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Janitor service, standard load of work, 247; number

employed and duties, 246-247.
Jobs, student, method of securing, 506-508.
Joint boards, control of colleges, 40.
Jordan, William H., early difficulties of Maine

State College, 19.
Judging contests in agriculture, 783-785.

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Kedzie, Frank s., pioneer conditions, Michigan

State Igricultural ('ollege, 21.

Matriculants, alumini and former students,

345-346.
Mechanic arts, short courses, 813-814; interpreta-

tion, 797-798.
Medical service, functions in colleges, 440-441.
Meetings, members of stafi, 601-602.
Men, enrolled in home economics, 971-972; Govern-

ment organizations, 546; students, disciplining of,
410-411; dean of, duties and functions, 416-419;

degrees granted 1863 to 1928, 294.
Mental hygiene, activities and results, 441-443.
Michigan State Agricultural College, pioneer con-

ditions (Kedzie), 21; early history (Turner), 5.
Migration, students, from without State, 302–305;

students, from within State, 302–305.
Mill-tax levy, State, 108-109.
Morrill, Justin Smith, father of land-grant college,

6; interpretation, first Morrill Act, 19-20.
Morrill Act, first, acceptance by States 11-12; en-

forcement of terms by States, 10; interpretation
(Morrill), 19-20; provisions, 8-9; significance in

history, 6.
Morrill Act, second, income 1928, 103–104; provisions

25.
Mortality, student, class of 1928, 281-23; means of

reduction, 474-477.

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Laboratories, home economics, 891-892.
Laboratory fees, breakage, 148.
Land grants, sale of land and scrip by States, 12;

proceeds of sales to States, 13.
Lands, use for campus and farm, 238–240.
Lands and buildings owned by institutions, 238–239.
Lands available for agriculture, 731-733.
Laundries, operation on college campus, 205–206.
Lawyers, former students, annual salaries, 393.
Leave, sabbatical, of stafi, 603-606.
Legislation favorable to agriculture (new lands), 799.
Legislative body, institutional, 67.
Letter of transmittal, v.
Lever, Asbury F, sponsored Smith-Lover Act in

House, 29.
Librarian, authority over library, 673-676.
Libraries, access of books, 637-638; administrative

control, 671-678; books and periodicals, 649–665;
buildings, 666-670; compilation of budget, 699-700;
divisional and departmental, 676-678; duplication
of material, 664; expenditures for 1928, 125-126,
131-132, 701; false standards, 649-630; financial
support and budget, 699-711; gifts of books, 660-
661; growth in expenditures, 703-709; handling of
publications, 662-663; history, 609-617; holding of
scientific sets, 657-659; hours when open, 636-637;
inadequacy of buildings, 666-667; instruction in
use, 627-428; lack of information, 645–648; methods
of facilitating use, 623–648; number of books
loaned, 619-620; opinion of faculty, 643-614; outline
of functions, 616; personnel, 679-698; rental of
books, 640; reorganization of staf¥, 696-697; salaries
of stafi, 684-686; schools of instruction, 692-694;
seating capacity, 621-622; service to citizens, 612–
643; status of book collections, 651-655; supply of
books, 629-633; usability, 618-622; use of card

catalogue, 623-624.
Lincoln, Abraham, signed first Morrill Act, 8.
Literary societies, decline of interest, 521.
Loan funds, home economics, 972-973; student,

total amount, 508-509.
Loans, student, method of repayment, 511; under-

written to finance athletic plants, 232-233.
Losses, agriculture staff, 752–753.

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National Advisory Council, members, vm.
Nelson, Knute, author of Nelson amendment, 27
Nelson amendment, provisions, 27.
New York Agricultural ('ollege, early organization

and curricula, 6.
Newlands, F. G., legislation for colleges, 799.
News bureau, functions and personnel, 218-220.
Nongraduate former students, further work and

degrees, 358.
Nonresident students, enrollment for 1928, 285-286.
Nonresident tuition fee, by major division, 139–143.
Nurseries, home economics, 892-896.

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Objectives, agriculture education, 716-720; engineer-

ing education, 800-801; home economics, 847–854.
Obstacles, encountered early operation of colleges,

19-23.
Offerings, home economics, 910-912.
Officials, State, members of governing board, 56.
Open to students, land-grant colleges, dates, 11, 16.
Organization, agricultural education, 721-730; col-

leges, schools, and other major divisions, 68-71;
dates, 11; inconsistencies in division, 71; institu-
tional, home economics, 855-861; internal, of
engineering, 827-829; plans adopted by States,
15-18; religions, on campus, 561-568; student

welfare, 554-568.
Orientation, freshman, methods and practices,

466-474.
Origin of survey, VI-VII.

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Mail service, private mailing boxes, 208; number

of deliveries, 208.
Mailing division, handling of mail, 208–209.
Maine State College, early difficulties (Jordan), 19.
Marital status, stati, 585-586.
Massachusetts, establishment of agricultural school

(Wilder), 5.

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Panhellenic council, faculty representation, 533.
Pensions, retired and disabled staff members, 193–

195.
People's College, agitation for establishment in

New York, 5-6.
Periodicals, library subscriptions, 656.

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