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Evanston, twelve miles from Chicago, offers an environment of culture, an atmosphere of study and college traditions and, free from factories and saloons, makes an ideal college town. Chicago, near at hand, affords great libraries, art galleries, and metro politan advantages. There are three large dormitories for women, Willard Hall, Pearson's Hall, and Chapin Hall. The University has ever stood for the highest standards. An endowment and property of $9,000,000 affords students the best of equipment. The University maintains at Evanston The College of Liberal Arts, The School of Engineering, The School of Music, Tho Evanston Academy and is in co-operation with the Garrett Biblical Institute and the Northwestern University School of Oratory.

For information address The President.

The Sarah Berliner Research

Fellowship for Women

of the value of $1200, for study in physics, chemistry, or biology, in America or Europe, is available this year. It is open to women holding the degree of doctor of philosophy, or to those similarly equipped. It is awarded to only such as give promise of distinction in their chosen subject.

Applications must be in the hands of the chairman of the committee by March 1, 1909.

For further information address the chairman of the Committee on the Fellowship,

MRS. CHRISTINE LADD FRANKLIN,
Johns Hopkins University,
BALTIMORE,

MD.

For information concerning the purchase of THE OFFICIAL Pin of the Association, address the secretary-treasurer,

MRS. ELIZABETH L. CLARKE, WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass.

ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF PHILANTHROPY

ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL WORKERS
AFFILIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI

COUNTING TOWARD A DEGREE

Tuition $25.00 per year; $12.50 per semester

SECOND SEMESTER OPENS FEB. 3, 1909 For Handbook Address

Dr. Thos. J. RILEY, Director,

State University, COLUMBIA, MO.

Dorthwestern University

School of Music

A UNIVERSITY PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL CONDUCTED WITH ACADEMIC SYSTEM, THOROUGHNESS, AND DISCIPLINE

FACULTY OF 28

I. Course in Applied Music, leading to the degree of Graduate in Music
II. Course in Theory and History of Music leading to the degree of Bache-

lor of Music.

Post-Graduate Course.
IV. Literary-Musical Course.
V. Course in Public School Music Methods.

Course 1, in addition to thorough vocal or instrumental instruction, includes four years of Ensemble, Form, and Analysis; three years of Harmony and History of Music; two years of Counterpoint, Fugue, and Instrumental Composition; and one year of vocal Composition and Piano Pedagogy: Vocal Ensemble includes Sight-reading and Choral Classes, the Evanston Musical Club, and the A Cappella Choir. Special training classes for Church Organists and Choir Singers. Privilege of literary studies in the College of Liberal Arts or Academy without extra expense.

Course II carries the theoretical student into the higher forms of composition such as the Cantata, the Oratorio, the Mass, Chamber Music, the Overture, and the Symphony for full orchestra. Quarterly Bulletins with complete detail of courses, etc., sent upon request.

P. C. LUTKIN, Mus. D., Dean,

EVANSTON, ILL.

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SUMMIT, NEW JERSEY
(One hour from New York)
Fourteenth Year 1908-1909

College Preparatory
COURSES

Academic
Of the 103 graduates in the last 10 years, 51 have entered college.
For catalogue and views apply to the

| Mrs. Sarah W Paul, A. B ,
Principals

Miss Anna S. Woodman, A. B.
President of Board of Directors,

Hamilton Wright Mabie, LL.D.

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BRADFORD ACADEMY

FOR YOUNG WOMEN

One Hundred Sixth Year

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Thirty miles from Boston. Prepares for the leading colleges for
women; also general course and two-years' course for high school
graduates. New gymnasium and field sports of all kinds. For
catalogue and book of views, address the principal,

MISS LAURA A. KNOTT, A. M.

BRADFORD

MASSACHUSETTS

The Fifth Avenue Agency

An agency managed by college women for college women,

through which teachers, secretaries, and social workers find employment. Its opportunities, aside from those for teachers in the best private schools, include positions along executive and technical lines with large philanthropic and social organizations, settlements, etc.

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