Individual Training in Our Colleges

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GROUP IV--HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE
3 or 5 Ancient history 5 American history with civics
3 or 5 European history 2 Civics
3 or 5 English history 2 Economics

GROUP V--BUSINESS SUBJECTS
4 Elementary bookkeeping 3 Commercial geography
3 Advanced bookkeeping 2 Business correspondence
2 Business practice and technics 1 Business writing
2 Business arithmetic 3 Stenography (50 words)
2 Commercial law 3 Stenography (100 words)
2 History of commerce 2 Typewriting

GROUP VI--OTHER SUBJECTS
2 History and principles of educa- 3 Advanced drawing
tion 2 First year home science
3 Psychology and principles of 2 Second year home science
education 2 First year shopwork
3 Drawing 2 Second year shopwork

APPENDIX No. VII1
TABLE OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES HAVING, IN 1905, PROPERTY
VALUED AT OVER $500,000
NAME AND STATE VALUE OF
PROPERTY
INCOME BENEFAC-
TIONS
Alabama.
University of Alabama $1,430,000 $57,000
Arkansas.
University of Arkansas 526,250 124,757
California.
University of California 5,619,912 849,505 $96,414
St. Ignatius College 919,400 7,213 8,965
Leland Stanford Jr. University 23,317,000 706,000
Colorado.
Colorado College 1,285,000 37,113 100,648
College of the Sacred Heart 508,000 40,000 400
University of Denver 617,000 59,000 70,000
Connecticut
Trinity College 1,790,000 42,301
Wesleyan 2,359,392 105,057 156,820
Yale University 6,899,260 827,514 303,219

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