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State Board of Education, meeting of plans for increased endowment,
July, 1873, 106. 256 f; reluctance to abandon field,
Stafford, Bob, baseball catcher, 318. 260; improves grounds and build-
Staley, C. M., 432. ings, 263 ff; 266, adds departments
Staley, J. C., 425. of study, 267 ff; enlarges cur-
Stallings, L. T., 403. riculum, 268 ff; 279 f, professor
Steele, Walter L., argues for Uni- of moral philosophy, 282; 287, grad-
versity of North Carolina, 193. ing work of students, 291; reports
Stephenson, Gilbert T., 349, 397. College doing good work, 296 ff;
Stewart, J. L., 89. "How Far Should A State Under
Stillwell, E. P., 379. take to Educate?" Chapter XXI,
Stokes, Deacon, of Plainfield, N. J., 293-308, disciplinarian, 322 f; re-
118. ligious influence, 326; prayers at
Story, H. L., 349. chapel, 328; revivals during presi-
Stout, J. F., 146. dency, 329; 350 f, report to Trustees
Stradley, Rev. J. A., 93, agent, 231. for 1904-05, 352 f; resignation, 353
Stradley, W. P., 378 n. ff; Paschal's statement on Taylor,
Street, N. H., 145. 354 n; list of graduates, 1885-1905.
Stringfield, 0. L., 429. Appendix to Chapter XXV, 357 ff;
Stuart, J. E. B., 131. 399, 401, 461, 466, 485.
Students, geographical distribution, Taylor, Mrs. C. E., biographical
13; numbers by years, 17 n; 1865- sketch, 510 ff.
70, Chapter II, 23 ff, 1870-79, 135 ff; Taylor, C. E., Jr., baseball shortstop
few, 437 ff; social life in 1880, 240 ff; and pitcher, 318; 349.
enrollment, 209; fewer, 294; number Taylor, James B., father of C. E.
of possible students limited, 294; Taylor, 131.
registrations and graduation, 1884- Taylor, J. M., 46, 420.
1905, Chapter XXIV, 334 ff; drink- Taylor, T. J., 474.
ing among, 353. Texas Baptist Herald, on guano for
Sub-collegiate classes, 288. the College, 175 n.
Swain, President W. L., recommends Thanksgiving in New England, 120.
Wingate for D.D. degree, 7; 61. Thomas, Rev. I. W., 145.
Swain, Pastor, 126. Thomas, Dr. I. P., 12, 26, 28.
Swepson, Mrs. Virginia Bartlett Thompson, G. C., wins Latin medal,
Yancey, bequest, sketch, 486, 486 n. 176; 343.
Thompson, G. W., 215.
T Thompson, J. W., 30.
Thompson, S. W., 145.
Tatum, E. F., 339. Thompson, Levi, 93.
Tatum, S. 0., 423. Timberlake, Mrs. Ada Lee, 4, 254.
Tayloe, Langley, 236 n. Timberlake, E. W., 11, first sight of
Taylor, C. E., 18, 34, 38, develops Dr. Taylor, 132 n; judge of Superior
Campus, 40; on trees, 41; seeks Court, 143; 343
Ramseur's release, 49; 98, 113, Pro- Timberlake, E. W., Jr., 347, 413.
fessor of Latin, 131 f; 138 f, 156, Toon, F. F., 307, State Superintend-
170, 173, 182, 196, 211, 220, visits ent of Public Instruction, 433.
New York, 225 f; "Raleigh Chair," Toon, F. M., 30.
229; agent, 231; plans for increasing Toy, C. H., 32.
endowment to $100,000, 233 f; be- Trantham, Harry, 284, 331, 341.
fore Convention, 234; method in Trantham, H. T., physician, 144.
canvass, 235; recommended by Trantham, W. D., 11, 144
Governor Jarvis and others, 236; .Treasurer, report of, 352.
letter in New York Examiner, 237; Tremont Temple Baptist Church, sees
canvass hampered by old unpaid old year out, 128.
notes, 239; administration of, Chap- Trinity College, 17, 294 n, 295.
ters XIX-XXV, 246-268; personal Trotman, J. W., 423.
traits, 249 f, 255 f; quotations from Trustees meet, November, 1865, 6,
reports to Trustees, 255 f; again
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