3 edition of Annual report ... 1918-1919. found in the catalog.
Title varies: 1918, Annual report of the regional director for the Eastern region to the director general of railroads. 1919, Annual report of Walker D. Hines, director general of railroads. 1919. Eastern region ...Regional director: 1918, A. H. Smith.--1919, A. T. Hardin.
|Statement||Govt. Print. Off.|
|Publishers||Govt. Print. Off.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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A contribution to the theory of linear homogeneous geometric difference equations (q-difference equations).
It was scarcely the end of the first week in October, and already health officials estimated there were 10,000 cases within city limits, and predicted as many as 1,500 deaths in the next six weeks. Miss Maude Cleveland, Assistant Professor and Director of the Women's Gymnasium, on leave for the duration of the war, has served for the past two years as casualty officer under the American Red Cross in France.
As a rule, epidemics affected rural areas later than cities in the same sections. Working in complete harmony, the members of the faculty and Board of Directors have carefully considered every phase of the school activities in an earnest endeavor to eliminate entirely all waste of time and effort on the part of students, due to any lack of systematic conformity in the various courses, and so to coordinate the work of the entire school as to lead to a more unified result.
--No reports have been received from the Islands since the war, although the club is still existent, having given a banquet recently in honor of Stephen Mather, '87, who was visiting in Hawaii. At present less than half of the total number of sheets 220,000 are so protected and there are on hand ready for mounting, and for which at present no storage facilities are provided, enough specimens to raise the total collection to a quarter of a million sheets.
Lawson, Professor of Mineralogy and Geology, who has been absent during the year on leave, sailed to France in November, 1918, and has been engaged since that time in Red Cross work in a base hospital. Russell, a member of the senior class, contracted the disease while on duty, and insistently remained at his post during the critical preliminary stages, finally succumbing after three days' illness on November 8, 1918.
The latter rendered valuable service to the city of San Francisco by serving as hospital apprentices at the San Francisco Hospital for five weeks. Increased activity and cooperation on the part of the Sports and Pastimes Association was noted.
Curtis of the Lick Observatory conducted the Summer Session in Astronomy.