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Taylor, E. W. 210

Taylor, H. L. 2

Thompson, J. M. 279

Tifft, W. C. 129

Tilbury, H. B. 267

Toaz, R. K. 269

Tolman, H. N. 100
Tomlinson, E. M. 29
Townsend, C. W. 341
True, W. R. 174
Truesdale, W. H. 154
Tuthill, L. H. 178

Upham, A. A. 69

Van Allen, E. K. 40
Vandegrift, C. W. 52
Van Dusen, Fred 255
Van Ingen, B. C. 252

Van Zile, F. W. 73
Vincent, H. E. 443
Vosburgh, C. D. 125

Vossler, A. B. 360

Welch, R. S. 403
Welker, W. G. 370

West, W. L. 192
Westfall, F. M. 346

Wheaton, Henry 343
Wheelock, C. F. 3
White, F. C. 107
White, Henry 23
White, N. K. 67
Whitford, B. F. 277
Whitney, C. W. 70
Whittaker, B. E. 84
Wickes, W. K. 336
Wight, P. L. 98
Wilber, T. C. 136
Wilcox, A. H. 298
Wiley, G. N. 122
William, Brother 308
Williams, C. S. 90
Williams, D. B. 138
Williams, F. B. 28
Williams, Sherman 15
Williams, W. R. 148
Wilmot, H. T. 88

Wallace, F. H. 72

Walrath, M. H. 345

Wilson, C. H. 444

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Action, summary of, 321-27.
Anderson, J. M., quoted, 341-42.
Appointments, 321.

Arithmetic, study of, 361, 363, 364.
Armstrong, T. H., address, 431-32.
Attendants, register, 433-48.
Ball, George H., on universal need of
business education, 365-66.
Banta, Joseph Edward, on manual
training in the high school, 394–96;
High School Societies, 397-402.
Belknap, Emmet, The High School in
its Relation to Commercial Educa-
tion, 339-52; on commercial subjects,
354; on examination in advanced
spelling, 378.

Bookmyer, T. W., quoted, 344-45.
Boynton, F. D., on examination in ad-
vanced spelling, 377.

Brown, F. H., on high school fraterni-
ties, 405.

Business education, see Commercial
education.

Children, per cent entering high
schools, 358.

Chriswell, W. B., on preparation for
college and preparation for life, 373-
74.

Clark, John Holly, on examination in
advanced spelling, 377-78.
College, preparation for, in English,
discussion, 366-79.

Commercial education, high school in
its relation to, paper by Emmet Bel-
knap, with discussion, 339–66.
Committees, appointments, 321.
Composition, 366–79.

Conant, Howard, on examination in

advanced spelling, 378-79; on man-
ual training, 391.

Crissy, I. O., quoted, 340, 347, 348-49;
on business education, 352-54.
De Garmo, Charles, quoted, 341, 349–

51.

Educational exhibit at the St Louis
Exposition, 323, 409–10.

Eliot, Charles William, quoted, 344.
English, study of, 362; preparation for
college in, discussion, 366–79.
English education, 325.
Executive committee, 325.

Farr, D. C., resolutions presented by,
325-26; report on plan of proceed-
ings, 326; on technical education,
354-55; on examination in advanced
spelling, 377.

Fosdick, Frank S., on high school fra-
ternities, 406-9; retiring address,
430-31.

Fraternities in high schools, discussion,
397-409.

Gaines, C. C., on training for business
in grammar grades, 358-63; on study
of arithmetic, 361, 363, 364.
Greetings of Associated Academic Prin-
cipals to other educational bodies,
326-27.

Griffith, George, quoted, 343-44, 346;
on commercial courses in the high
school, 355-57; on high school fra-
ternities, 406.

Handwriting, 361.

Herron, Schuyler F., on high school fra-
Herrick, Cheesman A., quoted, 346.

ternities, 402-4, 405.
High school, specialization in, 325; re-
lation to commercial education,
paper by Emmet Belknap, with dis-
cussion, 339-66.

High school societies, discussion, 397–
409.

Hodge, L. F., on method of giving Re-
gents examination in reading, 374-
75.
Hoffman, L. W., on commercial courses,
364-65; on manual training in small
high schools, 388-89.

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