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1919

INDIANA UNIVERSITY

Bloomington, Indiana

The Fall Semester will open September 15. More than 3200 students were in attendance last year, and prospects are favorable for a decided increase the coming year,

Write for bulletins concerning:

The College of Liberal Arts (32 departments)
School of Education
School of Law
School of Medicine
Graduate School
School of Commerce
Training School for Nurses
Extension Division
Reserve Officers' Training Corps

WILLIAM L. BRYAN,

President.

Another

endorsement of Victor Educational Supremacy

A few of the many institutions of learning in which courses in Music Appreciation were given this summer illustrated with the Victrola and Victor Records: Columbia University,

University of Arkansas,
New York City

Fayetteville, Ark. New York University,

University of Nebraska,
New York City

Lincoln, Neb. City College, New York City Ginn & Company Summer School, Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.

Lake Forest, III.
Western Reserve College and

Silver Burdett Summer School,
Normal School, Cleveland, Ohio

Boston, Mass.
Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa Silver Burdett Summer School,
Des Moines College,

Evanston, III. Des Moines, Iowa New Jersey Summer School, University of Illinois,

Ocean City, N. J. Champaign, III. Maryland Summer School, University of Michigan,

Ocean City, Md.
Ann Arbor, Mich. Connecticut Summer School,
University of Indiana,

Danbury, Conn.
Bloomington, Ind. School of Music,
University of California,

Northampton, Mass.
Berkeley, Cal. State Campaign, South Dakota
Also a very long list of Normal Schools and countless County Institutes.

These educators in charge of this formidable list of institutions have taken this action because of the well recognized supremacy of the Victrola, Victor Records, and the Victor Educational Plan.

In the schools, this great country places a trust—the responsibility of directing the development of the child into the citizen.

The superintendents, principals, and teachers are true to that trust when they give the children the advantages of a completely balanced education, the practical idealism which arouses the spirit, trains the mind, and develops the body.

Equip your schools with Victrolas and Victor
Records. For full information, write

Educational Department
Victor Talking Machine Co.

Camden, N. J.

Victor

HIS MASTER'S VOICE

Victrola XXV. $90 specially manufactured

for School wa When the Victrola is not in use, the born can be placed under the instrument tale and secure teen seger, and the sabart ca le lected to protection from

RECU MT 06

* and promiscuous baby itrapuantic people

To insure Victor quality, always look for the famous ademark. "His Master's Voice." It to on a pro

ducts of the Victor Taling Machine Company

Victrola

Indiana State Normal

School

Two well-equipped schools for the preparation of teachers.

Terre Haute, Indiana

Semi-Centennial Celebration, January 6, 1920.

1,936 students, 1918-1919

Eastern Division

Muncie, Indiana

Second year-1,023 Students.

Established and supported by the State.
LIBERAL COURSES IN A LARGE RANGE OF SUBJECTS.
Full credit given for work in other standard institutions.
TUITION FREE TO RESIDENTS OF INDIANA.

Courses Maintained
Four-year college course—A. B. degree.
Four-year normal course-B. Ph. degree.

Four-year courses in Domestic Economy and Industrial ArtsB. S. degree.

Two-year courses for grade teachers.

All courses conform to the new law and lead to life licenses without examination.

FOUR QUARTERS-FORTY-EIGHT WEEKS

CALENDAR FOR 1919-1920
Fall Quarter opens September 29, ends December 19.
Winter Quarter opens December 29, ends March 19.
Spring Quarter opens March 22, ends June 11.
Mid-Spring Quarter opens May 3, ends July 23.
Summer Quarter opens June 14, ends August 27.

For further information, or for the catalog and special bulletins, address

WM. W. PARSONS, President,
Terre Haute, Indiana, or Muncie, Indiana.

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The Family at Work
Here is Took-a-le-kee'-ta's cousin, An'ne. and cozy, even when the cold winds sting
vik, with her mother, father, and baby brother, mother's face. In the house she takes off her
Nee-wak. She likes to sit on the log and coat with the fur hood and ties him to her
watch father carve a knife or a scraper from back with soft strips of leather.
walrus tusks. Father's name is Koo-gak, and She has fur slippers and seal-skin boots to
he is often called Koo-gak the Hunter. Her wear over them. Do you think she must be
mother's name is Too'ma-sok.

too warm in her fur clothes? Oh, no! In
On the back of mother's fur cloak she has winter she wears two fur suits, the inner with
a warm pocket, in which Nee-wak rides safe the soft fur next to her skin.

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PICTURES ON SEPARATE SHEETS FOR SCHOOLS

At the request of thousands of teachers, the incomparable National Geographic pictures are now available. They are printed on heavy, glossy-coated paper, NINE BY ELEVEN inches in size, with about two hundred words of illuminating text accompanying each one. (Page 3 of the Eskimo Series is shown above in miniature, one-fifth actual size.)

Selected by a trained teacher of geography from thousands of remarkable pictures which the National Geographic Society has gathered from every out-of-the-way corner of the globe, these "talking photographs" are being welcomed by the educators of the country as a most valuable aid in their work.

These sets are now ready for delivery. Other series are being compiled.

"ESKIMO LIFE" shows caribou, whales, seals, polar bears, snow houses, grown folk and children at work and at play. 24 pictures (2 in full color).

“SAHARA LIFE” pictures the ostriches, camels, and caravans, the tent homes, the expanse of wind. tossed sand, the oasis, and date harvest. 24 pictures (2 in full color).

THE LAND, THE WATER, THE AIR” illustrates cape, bay, delta, divide, volcano, geyser, etc., 48 pictures (4 in full color).

“THE UNITED STATES” presents the great rivers, mountain peaks, natural wonders, parks, and chief public buildings of our own country. 48 pictures (4 in full color).

THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
PICTORIAL GEOGRAPHY

(TRADE-MARK)

Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.
These Pictures are obtainable only from Washington Headquarters. Order at once.

CUT ON THIS LINE
Department C , National Geographic Society,

16th and M Streets, Washington, D. C.:

-, 1919.

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