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14. Old Latin and its Development into Classical Latin. MR. KENT.
Registrants: Miss Kinnirey, Mr. Owen, Mr. Poynter, Mr. Strodach, Miss Turnbull.
15. Latin Syntax. MR. ELMER. Registrants: Miss Jones, Mr. Murray, Mr. Poynter. 16. Vulgar Latin and Introduction to Romance Philology. MR. HILL. Registrants: Miss Allsop, Mr. Darby, Mr. Will. 17. Old French Phonology and Morphology. MR. MUELLER. Registrants: Miss Allsop, Mr. Darby, Mr. March, Miss Wright. 18. Historical Syntax of the French Language. MR. MUELLER. Registrant: Mr. Richardson. 19. Old Provençal. MR. HILL. Registrants: Mr. Bates, Mr. Rowell. 20. History of the Italian Language. MR. LIPARI. Registrant: Mr. Mangano. 21. Old Spanish. MR. REED. Registrant: Mr. Goldiere. 22. Old Portuguese. MR. REED. Registrants: none. 23. Early Irish. MR. DUNN. Registrants: Miss Greer, Mr. Kerns, Miss Miller. 24. Early Welsh. MR. DUNN. Registrant: Mr. Rice. 25. Gothic and Comparative Germanic Philology. MR. COLLITZ.
Registrants: Mr. Bauer, Mrs. Collitz, Mr. Cross, Miss Field, Mr. Kerns, Mr. Stutzmann.
26. Old Norse. MR. FLOM.
29. History of the Dutch Language. MR. GRAFF. Registrants: none. 30. Old English. MR. MALONE. Registrants: Mr. Peterson, Mr. Riker. 31. History of the English Language. MR. MALONE. Registrant: Mr. Riker. 32. American English. Miss POUND. Registrants: for shorter course only, Mr. Flom, Miss Greer, Miss Miller, Mr. Peterson.
33. Lithuanian and Church Slavonic. MR. PROKOSCH. Registrant: for shorter course only, Mr. Kerns. 34. Hittite. MR. STURTEVANT. Registrants: none. 35. Comparative Grammar of the Semitic Languages. Mr. BLAKE. Registrants: for shorter course only, Mr. Saleski, Mr. Sturtevant. 36. Hebrew. MR. BLAKE. Registrant: Mr. Wyatt. 37. Assyrian. MR. DOUGHERTY. Registrants: none. 38. Arabic. MR. DOUGHERTY. Registrant: Mr. Bellinger. 39. Turkish. MR. REUNING. Registrants: Mrs. Collitz, Mr. Rice.
During the session of the Institute, the following public lectures were delivered in the evening, at Harkness Recitation Hall: July 13: MR. KENT, The Conquests of the Latin Language. July 17: MR. RUSSELL, The Fallacy of the Vowel Triangle (illustrated). July 20: MR. MALONE, The Problem of Standard English July 24: MR. PROKOSCH, The Origin and Trend of Vowel Mutation in
Germanic. July 27: Mr. Buck, The History of Ideas and Changes in l'ocabulary. July 31: Mr. REUNING, Syntactical Influences upon the Present Inflec
tion in Middle English. August 3: MR. SALESKI, Chinese for Grammarians. August 7: MR. EDGERTON, The Languages of India. August 10: MR. COLLITZ, Some Fundamental Notions in Linguistics. August 14: MR. BOLLING, Some Aspects of the Homeric Question.
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