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envied by Capt. Pierson.
•Prof. Ihlseng spent his Thanksgiving vacation in North
Carolina where he was engaged in examining a recent discovery
Dr. Frear and Messrs Fries and Hess have departed on their
lecturing tour to different parts of the State.
The popularitiof Prof. Pattee's school edition of Macbeth
has led his publishers to request of him a similar edition of the
Merchant of Venice.
The American Journal of Psychology recently published the
review by Professor Runkle of a work of psychological interest:
Studien über Hysterie-Breuer and Freud.
Prof. Gill received from Boston, recently, a part of the libra
ry of his father-in-law, the late Rev. Joseph Whitman. The
library comprises between two and three hundred volumes.
Mr. T. C. Hopkins, late Asst. Professor of Geology at State
College, is at present engaged in pursuing a course of graduate
studies at Chicago University. '
Catalogues, price lists and blue prints of great value have
been donated to the Senior Mining Engineering students by over
thirty-one different manufacturers of mining machinery and sup
A number of newly bound magazines have been placed hi
the cases in the Engineering library.
At a recent meeting of the Scientific Association, the follow
ing officers were elected for the ensuing year:--President, Prof.
J. P. Jackson; Vice Presidents, Prof. F. E. Foss, Prof. F. L.
Pattee, and Prof. M. C. Ihlseng - ; Secretary and Treasurer, Asst.
Prof. W. H. Towle.
If it can be satisfactorily arranged, Manager Sassier will
offer a series of Lectures and Concerts to be given in the College
Chapel. Tickets for the course will cost $l.OO, reserved seats
$1.50. The proceeds for the benefit of the Basket Ball Associa
tion. It is to be hoped that all will give this matter their atten
tion and help make it a success.
Basket Ball practice has been started and all who wish to
try for the team will please report at the Armory as requested by