Annual Reports of the President and the Treasurer (Google eBook)

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1917
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Page 201 - A unit course of study in a secondary school is defined as a course covering an academic year that shall include in the aggregate not less than the equivalent of one hundred twenty sixty-minute hours of classroom work, two hours of shop or laboratory work being equivalent to one hour of prepared classroom work.
Page 253 - Fourth, That training tables be given up. Fifth, That professional coaching and the expenses incidental thereto be reduced to a minimum. Sixth, That the number of officials at intercollegiate games and their fees be kept as low as possible. And further, be it Resolved, that...
Page 111 - The Association of Modern Language Teachers of the Central West and South, the Association of Modern Language Teachers of the Middle States and Maryland, the New England Modern Language Association, the New Jersey Modern Language Teachers' Association, the New York State Modern Language Association.
Page 275 - During the Civil War he served as a private in Company C of the 88th Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Page 376 - We have made an examination of the accounts and records of the Treasurer of...
Page 142 - SIB I have the honor to present the following report of the work of the College of Arts and Sciences for the year 1917-18.
Page 74 - ... instruction should always be associated with general education; provision should be made in the daytime for the further Instruction, on strictly practical lines, of all children between the ages of 14 and 16. 762.
Page 72 - Committee of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, and of the Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for the state of Ohio.
Page 276 - Arts in 1881, the degree of Master of Arts in 1887 and the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws in 1923.
Page 75 - ... of the Association of Modern Language Teachers of the Central West and South, held in Chicago, May 4, 1918.

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