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Kennan, George.—Tent Life in Siberia. '1903.
La Farge, John. —An Artist’s Letters From Japan. 1903.
La Farge, John. —Letters From a Chinese Official. 1904.
• Little, Mrs. Archibald.—lntimate China. 1901.
Lowell, Percival.—Soul of the Far East. 1888.
Morse, E. S.—Glimpses of China and Chinese Homes.
Parker, E. Pl.—China Past and Present.
Perry, R. B. —Gist of Japan. 1897-
Potters, H. C.—The East of Today and Tomorrow. 1902.
Singleton, Esther.—Japan as Seen and Described by Famous
Smith, A. Pl.—China in Convulsion. 2 vols. 1901.
Underwoods, L. H.—Fifteen Years Among the Top-knots.
Watson, Gilbert.—Three Rolling Stones in Japan.
Williams, S. W.—History of China. 1901.
Woodbridge, S. 1., Tr.—China’s Only Hope;-An
Chang Chih-Tung. 1904.
—The Pennsylvania State College Association of Eastern Penn
sylvania was organized at a smoker held at the Colonnade Hotel,
in the city of Philadelphia, on the evening of Saturday, April 16th.
The Association is composed of old State men living in Eastern
Pennsylvania, and is to serve the same purpose in Philadelphia
and vicinity as the Pittsburg and New York Associations do in
their localities. The initial meeting was a great success. There
were twenty-seven men present, and the informal nature of the
meeting gave an opportunity for the renewal of many old college
friendships. ( The rooms was decorated with State pennants, and
photographs of the four new buildings were' on exhibition. The
following officers of the Association were elected for the ensuing