A Program of Reform. By Barclay W. Bradley.
Byways of Roman Verse. By B. W. Mitchell.
The Present Status of Latin Text Criticism. By B. L. Ullman.
The Greek in English. By E. L. Miller....
Juvenal as a Humorist. By F. S. Dunn...
The Classical Element in Gray's Poetry. By Grace H. Macurdy.
The Oral Method of Teaching Latin. By G. Lodge
Some Reflections on the Teaching of the Classics. By C. Knapp...
What and Why in Greek and Latin Composition. By A. L. Hodges.
The Lucretian Theory of Sense Perception. By R. B. English.........
The Classics and the Country Boy or Girl. By Grace H. Goodale.
An Apocalypse in Abbreviations. By F. S. Dunn....
Religion and Morality in High School Latin. By F. B. Meyer..
Horace at Philippi and After. By E. G. Sihler..
Graecia Capta. By Herbert Weir Smyth....
Robert Herrick, the English Horace. By Elizabeth H. Haight.
A Chapter from an Unpublished Latin Syntax, with Prefatory Discussion.
Why Study Greek? By C. H. Weller..
Latin and Greek for Students of French. By Caroline Sheldon..
American Scholarship. By Paul Shorey..
Sir Oliver Lodge's Commencement Address on the Value of Greek, 1-2; Professor Manatt's Plea
for the Classics, 25; Professor Sihler on the Elective System, 33-34; Mr. John Jay Chapman on
Learning, 49-50; Mr. George R. Peck on Literature and Books, 73-74; Mr. T. C. Snow on How
to save Greek, etc., 81-82; Dr. William Osler on the Thinking of the Greeks, 89; Professor Steven-
son on Classics and the College Course, 97-98; Dr. Charles W. Super on Learning Foreign Lan-
guages, 105; Professor Whitman on A Broader Culture for the Doctorate, 105; Amherst College
Alumni and the Classics, 129; Professor Karl P. Harrington on the Teaching of the Classics, 137-