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The Faculty Lists, given in alphabetical order of the institutions, list the scholars according to the numerals in the Tables. Superior figures indicate the number of times that the numeral is to be found in the Tables, if that be more than once. After the name of the scholar, figures in parentheses show the other key numbers referring to the same person. Italics denote scholars on leave of absence for 1926–27. To save space, only family names of the scholars are given, except where two of the same name conduct linguistic courses in the same institution.

CALIFORNIA: 1. Schilling; 22 Ryder; 3 Noyes (4, 5); 4 Kaun (5), Noyes (3,5), Patrick; 5 Kaun (4), Noyes (3, 4); 6 Washburn; 7 Nutting; 86 Hills (9); 9 Hills (8), Vaughan; 10 Kany; 11 Fay, Holbrook; 124 Paschall; 13 Brodeur (14), Smithson; 14 Brodeur (13); 15Popper (17); 16% Lutz (17); 17 Lutz (16), Popper (15); 18 Kroeber, Lowie; 19 Kuno; 20 Tang, Williams.

CATHOLIC: 1. Geary; 23 Deferrari; 3: Vaschalde (9, 10); 4 Dunn; 53 Gleis; 68 Lennox; 72 Bolduc (8), Butin (8) Cöln (10); 82 Bolduc (7), Butin (7); 9 Hyvernat, Vaschalde (3, 10); 10 Cöln (7), Vaschalde (3, 9).

CHICAGO: 1 Buck (4, 10), Manly (19, 20), Sapir (2, 26); 2 Parmenter (3, 13, 14), Sapir (1, 26), Sprengling (6, 23); 3 Parmenter (2, 13, 14); 4u Buck (1, 10); 52 Clark; 63 Sprengling (2, 23); 7 Harper; 8 Cross; 9 Goodspeed, Votaw; 10 Beeson, Buck (1, 4), Laing, Prescott; 112 Jenkins (13); 12 Wilkins; 13 Jenkins (11), Parmenter (2, 3, 14); 14 Keniston, Parmenter (2, 3, 14), P. F. Smith; 156 Wood (18); 16 Goetsch (18); 173 Gould; 18% Goetsch (16), Wood (15); 19 Albright, Hulbert (20), Manly (1, 20); 202 Craigie, Hulbert (19), Manly (1, 19); 21 Graham (22, 23), J. M. P. Smith, Willett; 22 Graham (21, 23); 23 Graham (21, 22), Sprengling (2, 6); 242 Luckenbill; 252 Allen, Breasted; 26 Sapir (1, 2).

COLUMBIA: 16 Gray (5, 25); 2 Bagster-Collins, Tilly; 34 Jackson (5); 4 Ogden; 5 Beijan, Gray (1, 25), Jackson (3); 6 Kalenderian; 7o Manning (8), Prince (29); 8 Hedberg, Manning (7), Vinner; 9 Koukol, Morawski-Nawench, Pavich, Sharenkoff; 10 Gerig; 11 Soho; 12 Lodge, McCrea; 138 Muller (15); 14 Livingston; 15 Hofherr, Muller (13), Sherwood, Weeks; 16 de Onis (17, 36), Pedriera, Wilkins; 17 de Onis (16, 36), Rocha Prista; 185 Remy (19); 19 Heuser, Remy (18); 20 Barnouw (22); 21 Krapp (22, 23), Lawrence; 22 Barnouw (20), Krapp (21, 23), Wells; 232 Krapp (21, 22); 24 Gottheil (25, 26, 27), Rosenblatt (25, 28); 25 Gottheil (24, 26, 27), Gray (1, 5), Rosenblatt (24, 28); 263 Gottheil (24, 25, 27); 27 Gottheil (24, 25, 26), Martinovitch (33); 28 Rosenblatt (24, 25); 298 Prince (7); 30 Boas; 31 Sugimoto; 32 Cheng; 33 Martinovitch (27); 34 Takaro; 35 Feraru; 36 de Onis (16, 17).

CORNELL: 1 Muchmore; 22 Durham (3, 4); 3 Durham (2, 4), Elmer; 4 Durham (2, 3), Hamilton (6); 53 Dale; 62 Hamilton (4); 7 Pumpelly; 8 Andrews (11); 92 Boesche; 103 Hermannsson; 11 Andrews (8), Pope; 12 Cooper (13), Monroe; 13 Cooper (12); 149 Schmidt.

HARVARD: 18 Whatmough; 24 Grandgent; 3 Faddegon, Woods (4); 4 Woods (3); 54 Wiener; 6 Robinson (13, 14 15); 73 Ford (8, 9), Hawkins; 9 Ford (7, 8), Whittem; 10% Starck; 11Cawley; 122 Walz; 13 Kittredge, Magoun (14, 15), Robinson (6, 14, 15); 14 Magoun (13, 15), Robinson (6, 13, 15), Tatlock; 15 Magoun (13, 14), Robinson (6, 13 14); 16 Arnold, Pfeiffer (17, 19), Wolfson (17); 17 Pfeiffer (16, 19), Wolfson (16); 182 Jewett, Thomson; 19 Pfeiffer (16, 17); 20 Reisner; 21 Dixon; 22 Mei; 23 Cadbury, Nash, Ropes. Lanman retired 1926.

ILLINOIS: 1 Esper; 22 Fitz-Gerald; 3 Van Horne; 44 Oliver; 5 Flom (7, 8), Williams (6); 6 Williams (5); 76 Flom (5,8); 82 Flom (5, 7), Jones. Goebel has retired from active teaching.

INDIANA: 1 Kantor; 23 Stempel; 3 Stout; 4 Mosemiller; 58 Vos.

Iowa: 1 Barrows (12), Gray (2), Mills, Woolbert; 2 Gray (1), Stewart (3); 3 Metfessel, Stewart (2), Travis; 43 Potter; 5 Weller; 6 Bush, Cousins; 7o Larsen (9); 8 Wilson; 9 Aurner, Larsen (7), Maxwell (10); 10 Maxwell (9), Piper; 12 Barrows (1), Mott.

JOHNS HOPKINS: 1 Miller; 23 Blondhein; 3 Gruenbaum (4), Robles; 4 Gruenbaum (3); 56 Collitz; 6 Kurrelmeyer; 73 Malone; 83 Haupt (9, 11); 9 Blake (10,11), Haupt (8, 11), Rosenau; 103 Blake (9, 11); 11 Blake (9, 10), Haupt (8,9). M. Bloomfield retired 1926; W. N. Brown went to Pennsylvania 1926; Ember died 1926; a dash indicates subjects which may be given by instructors to be appointed.

KANSAS: 1 Walker; 22 Neuen-Schwander; 3 Stanton; 4 Galloo; 5 Owen; 63 Osma; 77 Sturtevant; 8 Engel; 93 Burnham.

MICHIGAN: 12 Meader (2, 3, 5, 10, 11, 15), Muyskens (2, 3, 10, 11, 15); 2 Meader (1, 3, 5, 10, 11, 15), Muyskens (1, 3, 10, 11, 15), Shepard; 3 Meader (1, 2, 5, 10, 11, 15), Muyskens (1,2, 10, 11, 15), Pillsbury, Scott; 4 Hootkins (10); 5: Meader (1, 2, 3, 10, 11,15); 6 Mitana; 7 Blake; 8 Reinhard (10); 9 Adams; 10 Hootkins (4), Meader (1,2, 3, 5, 11, 15), Muyskens (1, 2, 3, 11, 15), Reinhard (8); 11 Meader (1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 15), Muyskens (1, 2, 3, 10, 15), Spaulding, Wagner; 123 Willey; 132 Diekhoff; (42 Moore (15); 15 Meader (1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 11), Moore (14), Muyskens (1, 2, 3, 10, 11); 166 Waterman (17), Worrell (18); 17 Waterman (16); 18 Worrell (16).

MINNESOTA: 16 Klaeber (8, 9); 22 Kroesch (8); 3 Cram; 42 LeCompte; 5 Krappe; 62 Bothne; 7 Stomberg; 83 Klaeber (1,9), Kroesch (2); 9 Klaeber (1, 8), Ruud (10); 10 Ruud (9).

MISSOURI: 18 Miller; 28 Schutz; 3 Burner, Warshaw; 411 Almstedt; 5 Belden, Ramsay (7); 6 Rankin; 72 Ramsay (5)..

NEBRASKA: 1 Stepanek; 2 Scott; 32 Conklin; 42 Fossler; 54 Pound. L. H. Gray, formerly offering courses in General Linguistics, Indo-Iranian Languages, Semitic Languages, etc., has gone to Columbia, and his place will not be filled.

NORTH CAROLINA: 18 Metzenthin; 23 Homes (3); 3 Dey, Holmes (2), Learned; 4 Kane; 52 Toy; 6 Brown; 73 Royster.

NORTHWESTERN: 14 Kurath; 2 Brown; 3 de Salvio, Galland; 4- Curme; 5° Bryan; 6 Eiselen, Fuller. Courses in Semitic Languages are taken at the Garrett Biblical Institute. OHIO STATE: 1: Bolling; 2: Bloomfield (7, 9); 3 Russell (8); 4 Elden, Hodgman; 5 Ogle; 6 Moore (7); 7 Bloomfield (2, 9), Moore (6); 8 Hendrix, Russell (3); 9 Bloomfield (2,7), Smith (10); 10 McKnight, Smith (9).

PENNSYLVANIA: 110 Kent; 2Brown; 32 Beck (5, 6), Crawford (6, 7); 42 Rennert (5, 6, 7,8); 5 Beck (3,6), Rennert (4, 6, 7, 8); 6 Beck (3,5), Crawford (3, 7), Rennert (4,5,7,8); 7 Crawford (3, 7), Rennert (4, 5, 6, 8); 8 Rennert (4, 5, 6, 7), Williams; 96 Shumway (10, 12); 10 Campion (12), Shumway (9, 12); 113 Uppvall; 12 Campion (10), Fogel, Shumway (9, 10); 13: Child, Shelly; 14: Barton (15, 17); 15 Barton (14, 17), Montgomery (16); 166 Montgomery (15); 172 Barton (14, 15), Chiera; 18 Speck. Edgerton went to Yale 1926; Rennert is not teaching 1926–27.

PRINCETON: 1. Bender (2); 2 Bender (1), Robbins (3, 4); 33 Robbins (2, 4); 4 Robbins, (2, 3), Wheeler; 5 McKenzie; 6 Armstrong, Buffum, Lowe; 7 Marden; 8 Priest; 93 Hoskins; 10 Kennedy, Spaeth (11); 11 Spaeth (10); 12 Hitti.

STANFORD: 1 Miles; 2 Lanz; 33 Espinosa (4); 4 Anderson, Espinosa (3); 52 Johnston; 6 Cooper (9); 72 Mahr (9); 8 Rendtorff; 9 Cooper (6), Mahr (7); 103 Kennedy.

VIRGINIA: 12 Faulkner; 2 Fitzhugh, Lehman; 3 Hensch (4), Wilson; 4 Hensch (3).

WASHINGTON (St. Louis): 1 Throop; 2 Duncan; 3 Lowe; 42 Parker (9); 5 Ray; 64 Jente; 72 Mackenzie (8); 8 Jones, Mackenzie (7); 9 Parker (4), Shipley.

WISCONSIN: 1: Weaver; 2Laird; 36 Solalinde; 4 Gay, Greenleaf, Schlatter; 52 Roedder; 6o Leonard (10); 7 Olson; 83 Voss (9); 9 Morgan, Voss (8); 10 Hubbard (11), Leonard (6); 11 Hubbard (10), Scallon; 126 Kelly; 13 Russo.

YALE: 12 Sturtevant (3, 5); 23 Edgerion (3); 32 Edgerton (2), Sturtevant (1, 5); 47 Torrey; 5 Mendell, Sturtevant (1,3); 68 Hill (7); 7 Clarke, Hill (6), Menner (13); 8 Richardson; 9 Schreiber; 103 Benson; 112 Corwin; 12 Gruener; 132 Menner (7); 14 Dahl; 152 Dougherty, Grice; 16 Bull.

We have no desire to rate the universities in any way. We fully realize that it would be foolish, if not impossible, for all of them to provide courses in all the seventy subjects listed in our tables. As noted above, Clark University does not enter our field at all; it would probably advance sound scholarship if some at least of the other graduate schools would similarly concentrate their attention upon certain subjects or groups of subjects. We are acutely conscious, furthermore, that we are not in possession of all the facts; an apparently serious gap in a school's list of courses may be filled

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