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8 OTTAWA NORMAL SCHOOL YEAR BOOK FOR 1916-1917
W. J. KARR, B.A., D.Paed.
A native of Lambton County. He received his early edu-
cation in the Public,High,and Model Schools at Forest. He
is a graduate of the Toronto Normal School, the Ontario
Normal College, and Queen's University, receiving from the
last-named institution the degrees of B.A. in 1906, B.Paed.
in 1907, and D.Paed. in 1916. He taught in a rural school
for three years, was Principal of Sarnia Model School for
three years, and Assistant in the Ottawa English-French
Model School for one year. In 1909 he was appointed
English Master in the North Bay Normal School, and in
1911 was transferred to his present position. He is the
author of a thesis "The Training of Teachers in Ontario,"
and joint author of several training-school text-books.
G. A. MILLER, M.A.
A native of Simcoe County. His High School education
was obtained in the Barrie and Collingwood Collegiate
Institutes. After a few years' teaching in one of the rural
schools of the county, he attended the Toronto Normal
School. Later he became Principal of the Dresden Public
and Continuation School. After several years in this
position, he attended Queen's University, from which he
obtained in 1912 the degree af M.A. and rank as Specialist
in Science. He was Science Master in the Chatham Coll-
egiate Institute for a year and then received the appoint-
ment of Principal of the Seaforth Collegiate Institute. This
position he occupied till his appointment to the staff of
the Ottawa Normal School in 1914, in succession to Mr. I. XV.
Gibson, now Director of Elementary Agriculture in British
J. W. FORBES, B.A.
Was born in Perth County and received his early education
in the Brocksden Public School, and Stratford Collegiate
Institute. After teaching Public School for four years in
his native county he attended the University of Toronto
from which he graduated in 1895 with honours in mathe-
matics and physics. After graduating from the School of
Pedagogy in Toronto in 1896, he taught in Streetsville High
School for a short time, and was Principal of Weston High
School for two years, leaving that place to take charge of
the Mathematical Department of the Brockville Collegiate
In 1914 he was appointed to the Ottawa Normal School
as successor to Dr. Slemon.”