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Lillian Maude Oliff Assistant in Reading Foss O. Eldred, B.Pd.. A.B. Assistant a Keadiiig Lillian Maude Oi.iki ' was a student at Olivet College three years. She then attended the Northwest- ern University, where she graduated from the Cumnock School of Oratory. Miss Oliff had taught in the Lewis School of Stammerers, and had read one season with the Ladies ' Quartet in Jackson, previous to accepting in 1906 her position as Assistant in Reading and Oratory. Foss O. Eldred, B.Pd., A.B., attended Albion College from 1901 to 1904. In 1903 he received a life certificate from the Michigan State Normal College, and the following two years were spent as Superintendent of Schools at Lyons. Mr. Eldred has held the position of Assistant in Reading and Oratory this year. He received the degrees of B.Pd. and A.B. from the Michigan State Normal College in March, 190S. Mary Goddard. B.S. lustrii;tor in Botany Jessie Phelps. .M.S. structor iu . " Jatiiral Sciences Marv Alice Goddard, B.S., was graduated from the University of Michigan in 1900, receiving the degree of B.S. She has since occupied her present position as Instructor in Butany. Miss Goddard is a member of the Michigan School- masters ' Club; the Michigan Academy of Science: and the Michigan Forestry Association. Jessie Phelps, M.S., %vas graduated from the Uni versity of Michigan in 1894. The following two years were spent teaching in the Sault Ste. Marie High School. Since 1898, Miss Phelps has held the position of Instructor in Natural Sciences in the Michigan State Normal College. She received the degrees of B.S. in 1894, and M.S. in biology in 1898 from the University of Michigan. Miss Phelps is a member of the Michigan School- masters ' Club, and the Michigan Academy of Science.
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J. Stuart Lathers, B. L., was born in the state of Michigan. He was graduated from the Michigan State Normal College in 1893, and from the Uni versify of Michigan in 1899. From 1899 to 1901 he was Instructor in English in this college. For the next two years he was Associate Professor of Reading here, and since then he has been at the head of the Reading and Oratory Department. He received his degree of B. L. from the University of Michigan in 1899. J. Stuart Lathers, E. L. Professor of Keadine and Oratory Mark S. W. Jefferson, A. M., was born in Massachusetts. He was graduated from the Boston University in 18S9. He had spent several years in Argentine Republic as an astronomer, previous to accepting, in 1890, the position of Instructor in the Michell ' s Boys ' School, Bilerica, Massachusetts. From 1891 to 1893 he was Principal of the Furness Falls, Mass., High School, and the next three years were spent as Superintendent of Schools at Lexington, Mass. Professor Jefferson studied at Harvard from 1896 to 1898, and then accepted the position of Submaster of the Brockton, Mass., High School, where he remained until taking his present position as Professor of Geography in the Michigan State Normal College in 1901. Mr. Jefferson received the degrees of A.B. in 1897, and A.M. in 1898 from Harvard University. He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Geography; Fellow of the Geological Society of America: a member of the American Association of Geographers, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Vice-President of the Michigan Academy of Science for Geography and Geology. Mark S. W. Jefterson. A. M. Professor of GeoKraphy
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Benjamin Leonard D ' Ooge, Ph.D. Professor of Latin and Greek Brnj. mix Leonard D ' OogE, A.M., Ph.D., is a native of Michigan. He was graduated from the University of Michigan in 1S81. For the following two years he was Principal of the Coldwater High School, and in 1.SS3 accepted the position of Instructor in Latin in the University of Michigan. Professor D ' Ooge accepted his present position as Professor of Latin and Greek in the Michigan State Normal College in 18S6. Professor D ' Ooge received the degree of A.M. from the University of Michigan in 1S84, and the degree of Ph.D. from the University of Bonn in 1901. He is a member of the National Educational Association: the Michigan Schoolmasters ' Club, of which he has twice been President; the Michigan State Teachers ' Association, of which he is at present a member of the Executive Committee; the American Philological Association; the Ameri- can Archaeological Association ; and the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, of which he is at present Secretary and Treasurer. Professor D ' Ooge is the author of several books, among which are " Classical Mythol- ogy, " " Easy Latin for Sight Reading, " " Caesar ' s Gallic War, " and " Helps to the Study of Latin. " Richard Clyde Ford, Ph.B., Ph.D., was born in Michigan. In 1891, he went to Sing- apore, East Indies, where he was master in the Anglo-Chinese School. The following year he was a student at the University of Freiburg in Germany. For the next five years Mr. Ford was Assistant Professor of German in Albion College. The next year was spent abroad in study at the University of Munich, Germany. Professor Ford then accepted the position of French and German in the Michigan Northern State Normal School, from which place he resigned in 1903 to accept a similar position in the Michigan State Normal College. Professor Ford received the degree of Ph.B. in 1894 from Albion College, and that of Ph.D. from the LTniversity of Munich, Germany. He is a member of the Modern Language Association of America; the Michigan State Teachers ' Association, and the Michigan Schoolmasters ' Club. Richard Clyde Ford. Ph.B.. Ph.D. Professor of French and German
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