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Eugene Gottlieb, M.A. (New York University), graduate student at
New York University, 1450 Jesup Ave., Apartment 6D, New
(7, 10, 32) Miles L. Hanley, M.A. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of English,
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. (2, 4, 7, 10, 11) Grace S. Hopkins (Mrs. F. W.), A.B. (Vassar), graduate student at
Yale University, 548 Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. (9, 13) Dorothy Kaucher, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of English, Wells College, Aurora, N. Y.
(2, 3, 5, 31) Roland G. Kent, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Comparative
Philology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. (9, 38) Carl S. Knopf, A.M. (Southern California), B.D. (Yale), Associate
Professor of Religion, University of Southern California, Los
(34, 35, 36) Hans Kurath, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of German and Linguistics, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
(18, 26) Marie K. Mason, A.B. (Canisius College, Buffalo), Bachelor of Elocu
tion (College of Oratory, Columbus); supervising teacher of Rhythm and Acoustics, Ohio State School for the Deaf, Columbus, Ohio.
(2, 4, 5, 30) Herbert Dean Meritt, M.A. (Princeton), graduate student at Princeton University; Vernon, N. Y.
(7, 8, 25) Walter Petersen, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of Ancient Lan
guages, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. Mrs. Helen P. Pond, 183 Lawrence Street, New Haven, Conn. (1, 2, 4) Joseph J. Raymond, B.A. (Yale), graduate student at Princeton University; Yale Station, New Haven, Conn.
(12, 32) Carlton Cosmo Rice, Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of Romance Languages, Catawba College, Salisbury, N. C.
(7, 35) Henry Brush Richardson, Ph.D. (Yale), Assistant Professor of French, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
(17) Edwin C. Roedder, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of the German Lan
guage and Literature, College of the City of New York, New York City.
(18, 27) Harry I. Rothman, M.S. (College of the City of New York), teacher of German, James Monroe High School, Bronx, New York City.
(1, 24, 27) G. Oscar Russell, Ph.D., Associate Professor in Charge of Phonetic
Laboratories, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. (30)
R. E. Saleski, Ph.D. (Freiburg i.Br.), Professor of German, Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia.
(26, 27, 34) George K. Strodach, M.A. (Pennsylvania), graduate student at Uni
versity of Pennsylvania; 6906 Henley Street, Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa.
(10, 16, 21) Edgar Howard Sturtevant, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Linguistics,
Yale University, New Haven, Conn. L. Leo Taub, A.B. (College of the City of New York), Tutor in German,
College of the City of New York, New York City. (1, 24, 27) Gertrude van Adestine, holding diploma of the Milwaukee State Normal
Department for teachers of the deaf; Supervising Principal of the
Detroit Day School for the Deaf, Detroit, Mich. (2, 4, 5, 30) John P. Wenninger, A.M. (University of Notre Dame), Instructor in
German, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis. (1, 26, 27) William F. Wyatt, Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of Greek, Tufts College, Mass.
(34, 36) THE COURSES OF THE LINGUISTIC INSTITUTE
1. Introduction to Linguistic Science. MR. PROKOSCH.
Registrants: Mr. Bradley, Mrs. Pond, Mr. Rothman, Mr. Taub, Mr. Wenninger.
2. Philological Phonetics. MR. RUSSELL.
Registrants: Mr. Fleissner, Mrs. Fulton, Mr. Hanley, Miss Kaucher, Miss Mason, Miss van Adestine.
3. Experimental Phonetics. MR. METFESSEL.
Registrants: Mr. Fleissner, Mrs. Fulton, Mr. Hanley, Miss Mason, Miss van Adestine.
5. Psychology of Language. MR. METFESSEL.
Registrants: Mr. Einarsson, Mr. Fleissner, Mrs. Fulton, Miss Kaucher, Miss Mason, Miss van Adestine.
6. The Sociological Study of Language; a Seminar. MR. SALESKI.
Registrants: Miss Allison, Mr. Eickmann, Mr. Gottlieb, Mr. Hanley, Mr. Meritt, Mr. Rice.
8. Introduction to the Language of the Veda. MR. EDGERTON. Registrant: Mr. Meritt. 9. Introduction to the Avestan Language and Literature. MR. JACKSON. Registrants: Mrs. Hopkins, Mr. Kent. 10. Comparative Grammar of Greek and Latin. MR. KENT. Registrants: Mr. Eickmann, Mr. Gottlieb, Mr. Hanley, Mr. Strodach. 11. Beginning Greek for Linguists. MR. BOLLING. Registrants: Mr. Eickmann, Mr. Hanley. 12. Greek Dialects. MR. PETERSEN. Registrant: Mr. Raymond.
13. The Language of the Homeric Poems. MR. BOLLING.
19. History of the French Language Since the Middle Ages. MR. RICHARDSON.
23. Comparative Germanic Grammar. This course was withdrawn when Mr. Collitz found himself unable to be present at the Institute.
24. Gothic. MR. ROEDDER.
26. The Study of Dialects, and the Geography of the Dialects of Germany. MR. ROEDDER.
Registrants: Mr. Kurath, Mr. Saleski, Mr. Wenninger.
Registrants: Mr. Roedder, Mr. Rothman, Mr. Saleski, Mr. Taub, Mr. Wenninger.
28. Old English. MR. MALONE.
Registrants: Mrs. Fulton, Miss Mason, Mr. Russell, Miss van Adestine.
31. American Pronunciation. MR. KURATH. Registrants: Mr. Einarsson, Miss Kaucher. 32. Lithuanian and Church Slavonic. MR. PROKOSCH. Registrants: Mr. Cross, Mr. Gottlieb, Mr. Raymond. 33. Hittite. MR. STURTEVANT. Registrants: Mr. Carruthers, Miss Claflin. 34. Comparative Grammar of the Semitic Languages. MR. BLAKE. Registrants: Mr. Knopf, Mr. Saleski, Mr. Wyatt. 35. Hebrew. MR. DOUGHERTY. Registrants: Mr. Knopf, Mr. Rice.
36. Assyrian. MR. DOUGHERTY.
38. Tagalog and Introduction to the Study of Philippine Languages. MR. BLAKE.
Registrant: Mr. Kent.