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At Rolla,


1905–March 21, Wednesday..

Third Term Begins June 9, Friday.....

Commencement Day September 16 and 18, Saturday and Monday 9, a.

.Entrance Examinations September 19, Tuesday

.First Term Begins October 2, Monday ...

Quarterly Meeting of the Curators November 30, Thursday.

. Thanksgiving Holidays December 22, Friday, at 12 m.

Christmas Holidays Begin 1906—January 2, Tuesday.,

Second Term Begins March 19, Monday

Third Term Begins June 8, Friday....

. Commencement Day

The Board of Curators and the Faculty reserve the right, without further notice, to modify any announcement made in this catalogue, if circumstances should render such change necessary, and they will be bound by it in any event only for the session following the date of publication.



Hour of Recitation.

Time of Examination. 8 M. W. F......

:9-12 Monday of examination week. 8 T. Th. S...

.2-5 Monday of examination week. 9 M. W. F..

:9-12 Tuesday of examination week. 9 T. Th. S...

.2-5 Tuesday of examination week. 10:30 M. W. F..

9-12 Wednesday of examination week. 10:30 T. Th. S..

.2-5 Wednesday of examination week. 11:30 M. W. F....

:9-12 Thursday of examination week. 11:30 T. Th. S....

.2-5 Thursday of examination week. M. W. F..

:9-12 Friday of examination week. T. Th. S...

.2-5 Friday of examination week. 3 M. W. F...

.9-12 Saturday of examination week 3 T. Th. S..

.2-5 Saturday of examination week. 4-5 M. W. F..

:9-12 Monday following examination week. 4-5 T. Th. S....

.2-5 Monday following examination week.

FOR ONE HOUR SUBJECTS: Classes reciting on Monday only, will have from 8 to 10 on M., T., W., Th., F., or S., according as they recite at 8, 9, 10:30, 11:30, 2 or 3 respectively.

Classes reciting on Wednesday only, will have from 10 to ir on M., T., W., Th., F., or S., according as they recite at 8, 9, 10:30, 11:30, 2 or 3 respectively.

Classes reciting on Friday only, will have from 11 to 12 on M., T., W., Th., F., or S., according as they recite at 8, 9, 10:30, 11:30, 2 or 3 respectively.

Classes reciting on Tuesday only, will have from 1 to 3 on M., T., W., Th., F., or S., according as they recite at 8, 9, 10:30, 11:30, 2 or 3 respectively.

Classes reciting on Thursday only, will have from 3 to 4 on M., T., W., Th., F., or S., according as they recite at 8, 9, 10:30, 11:30, 2 or 3 respectively.

Classes reciting on Saturday only, will have from 4 to 5 on M., T., W., Th., F., or S., according as they recite at 8, 9, 10:30, 11:30, 2 or 3 respectively.

Classes coming 2. 4, 5, or 6, times a week, can easily find an examination period or periods from the above. For example, a class coming at 9 on M. W. would have 8-11 Tuesday of examination week.

Monday following examination week is reserved for all other classes and for conflicts.


COLUMBIA, MISSOURI, 1 February, 1905. To His Excellency, Joseph W. Folk, Governor of Missouri.

SIR :- I have the honor to present herewith the Annual Catalogue of the University of Missouri, reviewing in part the work of the current session and outlining so far as possible the programme for the scholastic year of 1905-6.


AT COLUMBIA: Since our last Report of March, 1904, there have been the following resignations, appointments, and promotions in the various departments :

Law Department. The increased enrollment in this Department made it necessary to appoint, on September, 1904, an additional Professor of Law. Our choice fell upon Mr. W. W. Cook, formerly of the University of Nebraska. By the appointment of this Professor the University was enabled to dispense with the services of Mr. H. D. Murry and Mr. Milton R. Conley, of Columbia, who had served as Assistants during the session 1903-4. Mr. J. E. Nugent is serving this year as Clerk of the Practice Court.

Medical Department. At the expiration of the term of service of Dr. C. M. Sneed, who was Assistant in Bacteriology and Pathology for the session of 1903-4, Dr. W. S. Carhart was elected Instructor in these subjects. Dr. Eugenia Metzger, Assistant in Physiology, having resigned, Mr. 0. R. Gullion, formerly Assistant in Anatomy, was appointed her suc

Dr. C. M. Jackson returned last August from a year's furlough, spent in study in Europe. Dr. E. T. Bell, who had charge of his work during his absence, was on 1 September, 1904, made Instructor in Anatomy. Messrs. C. C. DuBois and W. H. Goodson are acting as Assistants in this work during the present session. Dr. C. A. Good, House Surgeon of Parker Memorial Hospital, and Dr. T. E. Moore, the first Graduate Interne, having resigned their positions during the summer of 1904, these places have been filled by the election of two of our graduates, Dr. A. J. Campbell and Dr. H. Haas, as Internes. Dr. A. W. McAlester now gives his entire time to his work as Dean of the Medical Department and Superirtendent of Parker Memorial Hospital. Miss Sophie L. Evans, Head Nurse at the Hospital, resigned her position last summer. This position was filled temporarily by Miss Alice Sipple and finally by the election of Miss Josephine Shields, whose term of service began about the middle of October, 1904.


Teachers College. Instead of the Department of Education, a sort of appendage to the Academic Department, a Teachers College, co-ordinate in rank with those of Agriculture, Engineering, etc., has been established. Dr. A. Ross Hill, Professor of Educational Psychology, is now Dean of the Teachers College. For the position of Professor of History and Principles of Education the choice of the Curators fell upon Dr. Frank P. Graves. For the Chair of Theory and Practice of Teaching, Dr. J. L. Meriam was selected with the rank of Assistant Professor. Mr. J. D. Elliff, a graduate of the University, has been appointed Inspector of High Schools and Instructor in School Administration. Assistant Professor W. B. Elkin, who taught in the Department of Education during the session of 1903-4, has been retained for this session in the service of the University. In the Teachers College Mr. Wilbur F. Starr has been appointed Instructor in Vocal Music. Mr. Starr takes charge of the music at the Daily Assembly also and trains the Glee Clubs.

College of Agriculture. Since our last Report Mr. M. W. Harper has been elected to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mr. E. L. Shaw, Assistant in Agriculture. Mr. C. R. Crosby has been elected Assistant in Entomology to fill the position of Mr. George J. Reeves, who resigned in September, 1904. Dr. J. B. Tiffany was elected Instructor in Veterinary Science in September, 1904, taking the place of Dr. R. J. Foster, resigned. Dr. Tiffany's title during the present session, owing to the absence of Dr. John W. Connaway on a furlough in Europe, is Acting Assistant Professor (in charge) of Veterinary Science. To fill the place made vacant by the resignation of Dr. G. M. Tucker, Instructor in Agronomy, Mr. M. F. Miller of the Ohio State University was chosen, with the title of Professor. The Dean of the College of Agriculture, Professor H. J. Waters, was absent last session on furlough to take charge of the Agricultural Exhibit at the World's Fair. Mr. Waters' furlough has been extended one year longer in order that he may study in Europe. During his absence at the Fair and in Europe Professor F. B. Mumford has been acting as Dean of the College and Director of the Experiment Station. Mr. C. H. Eckles, Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry, has been given a furlough, which he is spending abroad in study. His substitute for the present session is Mr. R. M. Washburn.

College of Engineering. Mr. H. B. Shaw, Professor of Electrical Engineering, has been appointed Junior Dean of Engineering. This appointment seemed advisable on account of the large enrollment of stu

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