The fifth annual session of the Harvard Teachers' Association was held Saturday at 9.30 in Sever 11. The topic for discussion was "A Wider Range of Electives in College Admission Requirements."
President Eliot was the first speaker. His remarks concerned chiefly the report of the committee of ten, which he said was the best course of electives now in use. His suggestion regarding an association of colleges to unite on a plan of entrance examinations was unanimously adopted by the members present.
Among the other speakers were John Tetlow, master of the Girls' High and Latin School Boston; C. H. Grandgent, director of modern languages in the public schools; Professor M. H. Morgan, on the requirements in Greek and Latin; and Mr. J. Y. Bergen, Jr.
After the meeting a dinner was held at the Colonial Club.