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fiftieth anniversary and sends out 34 college graduates ranked by P. W. Russell, Jr., and I. D. Wood, who were tied for first place. The college has received during the year $22,000 in gifts. Talladega graduates 11 Bachelors of Arts ranked by L. A. Mahone. From Wylie come 9 Bachelors of Arts, headed by W. E. Bailey. Virginia Union graduates 7 Bachelors of Arts with W. A. Daniel as ranking scholar. Mr. Daniel has also been active in athletics and director of the university orchestra. Knoxville has 6 college graduates ranked by Miss Thelma Williams.

SMALLER NORTHERN COLLEGES.

THERE are five colored graduates from Oberlin this year: C. T. Fortson and the Misses A. L. Pendleton and H. H. Tuck receive the degree of Bachelor of Arts; C. C. Cohen and T. A. DeBose receive the degree of Bachelor of Music. Miss Pendleton was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa. F. M. Dent graduates from Amherst. He is the only colored officer at the Fort Meyer, Va., Training Camp. Western Reserve graduates A. G. Evans and Miss L. E. Canneville with the degree of Bachelor of Arts. R. W. Logan and J. K. Rector graduate from Williams. Mr. Logan is a Phi Beta Kappa man and commencement speaker. He has won several prizes while in college. A. Krigger graduates from Civil Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Miss R. Wood graduates from the department of Household Economics at the Carnegie Institute of Technology.

OTHER NORTHERN INSTITUTIONS.

DAVID A. LANE, who graduates from Bowdoin, has won two prizes for public debating and and the Phi Beta Kappa key. He represented Bowdoin in intercollegiate debating contests. A. A. Dyer graduates from Bates where he has won several prizes for debating and represented his college in intercollegiate contests. He his president of the "Cercle Francais" and graduates with honors in language and literature. He is one of the class-day speakers. Colby sends out G. L. Holley with the Bachelor of Arts degree. Coe graduates E. Collins. "He is a fine young fellow and has taken unusually high standing in chemistry. . . . Mr. Collins has not only done good work in his class but has been a leader in athletics and other activities of the college." Hillsdale graduates Mrs. L. L. Cable, "a superior student," and A. H. Camper. Two colored students graduate from Antioch and three from Ohio University: two in the two-year elementary education course, the Misses S. Finnell and E. C. Bishop; W. E. Hunnicutt graduates with the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Ohio Wesleyan graduates Miss M. Male and A. O. Bustamante. The University of Pittsburgh graduates the Misses M. Nicholas and Z. Turfley with the degree of Bachelor of Arts. Simmons graduates Miss M. F. Parker in Household Economics. From Syracuse come J. Trigg with the degree of Bachelor of Arts, J. V. Herring and W. P. Johnson with the degree of Bachelor of Pedagogy, and W. W. Lawson in agriculture. Mr. Herring receives first prize in the university art exhibition and Mr. Johnson has been choir director at St. Philips Episcopal Church. The College of the City of New York gives the degree of Bachelor of Arts to N. Whiteman, D. Maynard, and A. Sewell. The Rhode Island State College sends out C. E. Harry, Jr., as Bachelor of Science and Agriculture. Oskaloosa College graduates F. J. Myles as Bachelor of Arts.

OTHER COLORED COLLEGES.

OTHER colored institutions have college graduates as follows: Bishop, 11; Alcorn, 26; Florida A. & M., 10; George R. Smith, 6; Tougaloo, 2; Rust, 1; New Orleans, 3; Straight, 1; A. &. M., Langston, Okla., 12; Roger Williams, 1; Lane, 7; Shorter, 2; Arkansas Baptist, 5; Philander Smith, 9; A. & T., Greensboro, N. C., 7; Bennett, 1; Shaw, 7; Clark, 1; Georgia State, 6; Spelman, 1; Morris Brown, 5; Benedict, 10; A. & M., Orangeburg, S. C., 10.

Knoxville has received a bequest of $18,000 during the past year. Tougaloo has a new brick recitation building and a new water system. One of the college graduates of George R. Smith is sixty years of age. New Orleans University has a new six-year normal course. Lane has received an estate worth $3,000 from James Ritchey, a colored man. Arkansas Baptist has a bequest of of $3,000. Clark has been cleared of debt during the year and has $35,000 toward an endowment fund. Georgia State, Philander Smith, Shorter, and Rust report large enrollments. The Legislature


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MISS A. E. SEARS,
Wellesley.
T. C. JOHNSON,
Indiana.
S. WICKLIFFE,
Michigan.
P. C. JOHNSON,
Pennsylvania.

MISS P. W. WALTERS,
Michigan.
S. M. TAYLOR,
O. State.
J. K. RECTOR,
Indiana.
R. E. SKELTON,
Indiana.

MISS C. E. S. LEE,
Smith.
F. M. DENT,
Amherst.
J. C. CARROLL,
Pennsylvania.
H. S. BLACKISTON,
Pennsylvania.

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