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124 THE CRISIS pupils on the honor roll of her class, with an average of not less than 90 per cent for the four years' course; Detroit, 8; Pittsburg, 21; Minneapolis, Central High, 3. A notable academic record has been achieved at the Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hampshire, by Emmett J. Scott, Jr., of Tuskegee Institute, who graduates there June 26th. During his Senior year, 1916-1917, he has won the Bancroft ($140) and the Phillips ($150) Scholarships; has ranked second in his studies; is one of the nine First Honor Men of the Senior Class; and one of the ten men chosen for the Beta Chapter of the Cum Laude Society. He enters the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, next Fall. Through the courtesy of Superintendent Joiner, of Wilberforce University, we have a record of 108 colored pupils graduating from the various high schools of the State of Ohio, including 10 in Columbus, 9 in Dayton, 13 in Cincinnati, and 5 in Springfield. Some omissions may bring this number up to 125. Miss V. Douglass of Columbus, Ohio, was among twelve selected out of two hundred for the high school society by unanimous vote of the faculty. Stephen Sheats won a prize in Des Moines, Iowa, for a bird house "perfectly made according to Government dimensions" and "a model of neatness." Clinton Freeman and Granville Adger graduate from the Philadelphia school of Pedagogy. Three colored graduates finish at Parsons, Kansas. Miss L. R. Young graduates from the Sargeant School of Physical Education. COLORED HIGH SCHOOLS There have been the following graduates from leading colored high schools: Knox Institute - 1 Shorter - 6 Virginia Normal and Industrial - 7 Chandler Normal School, Lexington, Ky. - 8 George R. Smith - 9 Rust - 9 State College, Dover, Del. - 11 Fort Valley - 11 Morris Brown - 11 National Training School - 12 Christiansburg - 12 Wiley - 12 Princess Anne - 12 State Agricultural and Mechanical, Normal, Ala. - 13 Bennett - 13 Clark - 13 Brick - 14 Avery Institute - 15 Agricultural and Mechanical, Langston - 15 Agricultural and Mechanical, Greensboro - 15 Western, Quindaro - 15 Ballard - 16 Morehouse - 17 Howard High, Chattanooga, Tenn. - 18 Evansville, Ind. - 18 Florida Baptist - 18 Snow Hill - 18 Wilmington, Del. - 19 Miles Memorial - 19 Biddle - 22 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical - 23 Lane - 23 Storer - 24 Tougaloo - 25 Hartshorn - 26 Xavier - 28 Louisville - Colored High - 29 Virginia Union - 30 Knoxville - 30 Morgan - 30 Roger Williams - 30 Arkansas Baptist - 31 Shaw - 31 Alcorn - 31 Talladega - 32 Philander Smith - 32 Straight - 35 New Orleans - 39 Sumner, St. Louis - 41 Kentucky Normal and Industrial - 42 Fisk - 44 Atlanta - 44 Georgia State - 46 Benedict - 48 Lincoln High, Kansas city, Mo - 51 Spelman - 54 Agricultural and Mechanical, Orangeburg, s. c - 56 West Virginia Collegiate - 57 Myrtilla Miner Normal - 62 Colored High, Baltimore, Md - 71 Wilberforce - 76 Hampton - 94 Tuskegee - 120 Dunbar High, Washington, D. C - 146 Eleven of the Howard High School graduates will go to college; only 4 of Lincoln have decided not to attend college; about 15 per cent of the Baltimore high school graduates will go to college; of the graduates of Dunbar 59 will go to college and 57 to the normal school; 10 of the 18 graduates of Evansville will enter the State Normal School and three three will to go to college; 11 of the 29 from Louisville will go to college. Prairie View has three new brick buildings. Virginia N. & I has purchased four acres of land and built a new athletic field. Christianburg has succeeded in raising an endowment fund of $50,000 and is erecting a hospital. Hampton has added $163,361 to her endowment during the last year. The work on the Ogden Memorial Auditorium, which will seat 2,500 persons, is well on the way. A boys' trades plant, costing $10,000, has been added to the A. & M. Normal, Ala. Ballard has moved to her new $50,000 plant just outside of Macon. Xavier University is soon to establish a college department and has enrolled 450 students. Hartshorn has lengthened her normal course and introduced a practice school. Miles Memorial College is erecting a four-story building. Spelman Seminary is erecting two new buildings. Storer College has received a bequest of $5,000, and West Virginia collegiate Institute has the largest enrollment in the history of the school. [[16 images]] MISS A. D Hawkins, Kansas. MIS I. J McCLAIN, Iowa. Miss M. J. GRAVES, Iowa. MISS V. LONDON, Iowa. MISS M. N MALE, O. Wesleyan Univ. MISS L. JONES, Kansas. MISS R. SOUTHALL, Iowa. MISS M. S. NICHOLAS, Pittsburgh. MISS F. COOLEY, Nebraska. MISS P. M. JACKSON, Kansas. MISS E. J. ANDERSON State Ag., Kansas. MISS M. L. MORGAN, Iowa. MISS S. L. JONES, N. Y. Univ. MISS A. C. STEWART, N. Y. Univ. MISS J. BRASSFIELD, Ohio State. C. T. FORTSON, Oberlin. 125
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