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MECHANICAL DRAWING AND DESIGNING.
A. Mechanical and Architectural Drawing. Use of instruments, geometrical problems, orthographic projection, inking and tinting, shading and shade lines, lettering, isometrical drawing, working drawings and conventions. Sibley, 303. Mr. J. S. REID.
B. Elementary Designing. Problems in machine drawing and designing. Three hours daily except Saturday. Sibley, 303. Mr. J. S. REID.
C. Kinematic Drawing and Machine Design, including special course in locomotive design. Three hours daily except Saturday. Sibley, 303. Mr. J. S. REID.
These courses can be arranged to suit individual needs; they are especially suitable for teachers of manual training.
Course A is designed for beginners or those who desire to obtain a more perfect knowledge of approved methods in modern practice.
In course B the principles, methods, and conventions of course A are applied to the drawing and designing of general machine and engine details and small machines.
Many valuable samples and models of machines and details of machines and engines are used to illustrate the problems in this course.
Course C consists of problems in irregular curves, cams, gears, chamber wheels, chain wheels, linkages and original designing of complete machines and locomotive details.
A. Shopwork. Woodworking; use of tools; carpentry; joinery; pattern-making; turning.
B. Shopwork. Blacksmithing; use of tools, forging, welding, tool-dressing, etc.
C. Shopwork. Foundry work: moulding, casting, mixing metals, brass work, etc.
D. Shopwork. Machinist work: use of hand and machine tools; working to form and to gauge; finishing; construction; assemblage; erection.
Each of the above courses, three hours. Daily as assigned, 8–1, 2-5. Messrs, WISEMAN, WOOD, VANDERHOEF, GRANGER.
[Because of lack of room, it will be necessary to limit the attendance in Nature Study courses. Names will be registered in the order of application to COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ITHACA, N. Y.]
A course is offered in Nature-study in three departments: (1) Nature-study in insect-life, (2) Nature-study in plant-life, (3) Naturestudy on the farm.
This course in Nature-Study is a one-session course. Its purpose is to awaken interest in Nature-Study, and to present the means and materials to be employed in the teaching of nature subjects. Persons who desire advanced instruction will register in the other courses of the summer session, or in other courses in Agriculture in the University.
The course is open to teachers in New York State free of tuition, since the work is supported by a state fund for the extension of agricultural knowledge. The three subjects comprise a full course, and persons who register for the course are required to devote their whole time to it. The instruction will consist of lectures, laboratory work, and field excursions. It is the purpose of the course to teach both the facts and the methods of serious Nature-study, with particular reference to fitting teachers to take up the work in their own schools. The vicinity of Ithaca is rich in animal and plant life and in entertaining
The different subdivisions of the course in Nature-study cannot be taken separately, but the entire course must be taken.
A. On the Farm. Two lectures per week, laboratory work and excursions. A study of the Effect of Tillage on Plants and of Food on the Growth of Animals: The Composition and Texture of Soils: The Natural Features of Beauty in Rural Life. M., 9-5, Morrill Hall. In charge of Professor ROBERTS.
B. Insect Life. Lectures and field work on the habits of insects. Two lectures and one excursion each week. In charge of Professor COMSTOCK.
BB. Insect Life. Laboratory work in the methods of nature-study, available for secondary schools. Two days each week excepting time occupied by course B. W., F., 9-5, White Hall. Assistant Professor A. B. COMSTOCK.
C. Plant Life. Lectures, laboratory work, and excursions, with special attention to the kinds, habits and characteristics of plants as they grow in the fields. T., Th., 9-5, Morrill Hall. In charge of Professor BAILEY.
For further information about Nature-Study and for "Teacher's Leaflets on Nature-Study." address COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE, ITHACA, N. Y.
FELLOWS AND SCHOLARS.
The Cornell Fellowship,
Charles Bell Burke, B.L., (Vanderbilt Univ.), A.B., (Harvard),
The McGraw Fellowship,
Edward Charles Murphy, B.C.E., M.S., C.E.,
The Sage Fellowship,
Charles Edward Brewer, A.M., (Wake Forest),
The Schuyler Fellowship,
Margaret Clay Ferguson, B.S.,
Charles Tobias Knipp, A.B., A.M., (Indiana Univ.), Physics
The Erastus Brooks Fellowship,
Harry Waldo Kuhn, B.S., (Ohio State Univ.), Mathematics
Frank Eurich, Jr., B.Arch.,
Albert Stamford, M.E.,
Chester Murray, Ph.B.,
George Maxwell Howe, A.B., (Univ. of Indiana),
Lilian Wyckoff Johnson A.B., (University of Michigan).
FELLOWS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY AND FINANCE.
Roswell Cheyney McCrea, A.B., (Haverford College).
Edwin Walter Kemmerer, A.B., (Wesleyan Univ.).
FELLOWS IN LATIN AND GREEK.
Marion Clyde Weir, A.B., (St. John's Coll.), A.M., (Univ. of Chicago). Donald Alexander McRae, A.B., (Dalhousie College).
FELLOW IN AMERICAN HISTORY.
Walter Henry Ottman, A.B.
SUSAN LINN SAGE FELLOWS IN PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS.
Boyd Bode, A.B., (Penn. Coll.), A.B., (Univ. of Mich.).
FELLOW IN ARCHITECTURE.
William Herbert Dole, B.S. in Arch.
Wilmot Burkemar Lane, A.B., A.M, (Toronto Univ.), Ph.D., (Univ. of Wisconsin),
Azariah Thomas Lincoln, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., (Univ. of Wisconsin),
Arthur Percy Saunders, Ph.D., (Johns Hopkins Univ.),
GRADUATE SCHOLARS IN THE SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY.
Lena May Aldrich, A.B., (Mt. Holyoke College).
William Chandler Bagley, B.S., (Mich. Agr. College), M.S., (Univ. of
Georgia Benedict, A.B., (Wells College).
Roy Victor Nye, B.L., (University of California).
Henry Leroy Taylor, A.B.
Florence McLean Winger, A.B., (University of Nebraska).
UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOLARS.
Leon Wilson Hartman, B.S., A.M.,
Julia Ramsay Vaulx, A.B., (Univ. of Arkansas), A.M., (Cornell Uni
Kenneth Percival Rutherford Neville, A.B., A.M., (Queen's College),
Charles Herman Snyder, Course in Civil Engineering
Ruth Bentley, Course in Arts
THE H. B. LORD SCHOLARSHIPS,
Clarence Elmer Randall, Course in Civil Engineering
Sidney Graves Koon, Course in Electrical Engineering
THE MCGRAW SCHOLARSHIPS,
Ray Hughes Whitbeck, Course in Arts
Geneseo State Normal School-John M. Milne, A.M., Ph.D., Principal.
Kathryn Elizabeth Clare Carrigan, Course in Arts Ithaca High School-F. D. Boynton, A.M., Principal.
THE SAGE SCHOLARSHIP,
Horace Luther Field, Course in Arts
Spencer Union School-E. O'Neil, A.B., Principal.
THE SIBLEY SCHOLARSHIPS,
Alan Estis Flowers, Course in Electrical Engineering
Albert Walton, Course in Mechanical Engineering
Lake View High School-James H. Norton, M.A., Principal.