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THE CLASSICAL WEEKLY 



THE CLASSICAL WEEKLY is published by The Classical 
Association of the Atlantic States, weekly, on Saturdays, from 
October to May inclusive, except in weeks in which there is a legal 
or school holiday, at Teachers College, 5*5 West noth Street, New 
York City. 

Printed by Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. J. 



Columbia University 

...Summer Session... 
July 8— August 16, 1912 

GREEK— Elementary Course— Professor Macurdy, 10:30. 
Homer, Iliad, four books— Dr. Sturtevant, 10:30. 
Plato, Phaedo; Republic X— 

Professor Macurdy, 11:30. 

LATIN— Elementary Course— Miss Wye, 8:30. 

" " —Reading, Oral Practice- 

Miss Wye, 2:30. 
Prose Composition— Secondary School Course- 
Miss Wye, 1:30. 
Livy, XXI, XXII— Dr. Sturtevant, 1:30. 
Horace, Odes und Epodes — 

Professor Moore, 11:30. 
Prose Composition — College Course- 
Professor Knapp, 10:30. 
Cicero, Selected Orations- 
Professor Knapp, 11:30. 
Prose Composition— Advanced Course- 
Professor Moore, 1:30. 
Lucretius- Professor Laing, 9:30. 
Roman Religion— Graduate Qourse— 

Professor Laing, 10:30. 



Caesar for Sight Reading 

By Towle and Jenks 

CLOTH .40 

This book includes the most interesting 
portions of Caesar, and is so carefully edited 
that the class which has been well drilled on 
the first two books of the Gallic War will be 
able to read this readily and with pleasure. 
Special stress is laid on acquiring a vocabulary. 

D. C. Heath & Company 

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HALE'S FIRST LATIN BOOK 

Miss Elsie Garland Hobson of the Francis iShimer Acad- 
emy, Mount Carroll, Illinois, writes us : "My first year 
class has covered thirty-six lessons in the First Latin 
Book in eleven weeks. I have never had a class that 
learned as much Latin in the same length of time, nor one 
that could use its knowledge so intelligently. J find 
the book lucid and well graded. ' 

In Hale's Latin Composition Part One, based on Caesar, 
the easy sentences and adequate notes on difficult con- 
structions make it a very satisfactory text-book. It is not 
over the heads or beyond the powers of an average second 
year class." 



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use in any classroom where thoroughness is de- 
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way attractive. The forceful presentation of 
the elementary principles of the language make 
this text especially well-suited to young students. 
Barnham Davis, Professor of Latin, 
Charlotte High School, Charlotte, N. C. 

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AN EDITION OF SELECTIONS FROM 

OVID'S METAMORPHOSES 

Edited for High Schools by 

C. W. Bain, Professor of Ancient Languages in South Carolina 
College, and recently Head-Master of the Sewanee Grammar 
School of the University of the South. 

One thousand verses set apart for sight-reading. 
Word-groups included which increase the vocabulary. 
Introduction contains a discussion of the laws of scan- 
sion. 

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