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January 29, 1892 - Image 1

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VOL. II.-NO. .



Washington Alumni Banquet. I
.About seventy of the altmi o iicf
the t- of M . attended the banquet
tiell it the hotel Arno on Wednes-
diy etven ig. President Angell swas
piesent nid respiondledl to the toast
tirat kina .Mater.' Among the
wIllknotsni graduates were: lHon-
orlble dw II ill etts iandl tite,
lii f', Ion. Walter I ares of
Iowia, class of i'6 Prof. C'. TI. tlen-
dchall, superinitend(ent of the roast
acid geodetic sitrvey;lProf.itleciry

I it the criticisnis of the edu- SpeciarLeoture on Pedagogy.
r ated, the (ctnic althe throog ical \Whlt promises to bIn ricuila-i
and the inaterialistic Its nitrk foti interestiing series tof spiu itt letori
thosewelo itacelespisedl Itsall otheitr aiintellile'sn ifi
organizations places its soildieris and Iussiite i iicad r
their gifted " geterall" bttis lthe lte l (ni
Irnit of the wor ldi'stieroes ad nb inn etMnaFb
}lierointes Notnc if the stiartcs
} "m ro ; htIL . enter ditntto hiiioration ttitt sili
totn in iOhuioin 1820.it is (,ducat'sypty ndpeuains, id
in I' iisbtis-laem adtet
Mr.tlCe urier iiCliii~t comeii iiI etcititl itittit iii
Spetey ut f imslf Thugt ad atriusuipotan ii tpositiones in I


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andt tifteNI iltoniC. Barntrti SutstephenistitndI Oberlits oriitrlaii's herselfIContgress ott the stibjicet 1f'a Nationial
W.N i i Matttil stWelean ilt, otil ei recrecsetitatioilt hItt i hti itill liureaui of tEdt ui tion ltd le acctin-
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standad of tetoleel h
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teric Ict bensciutin im ouits ill ri-tnt
look forar li t expMc y \\i
The Runk May B~eClised.

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C rant tetster, tilthinIW. datmtis lI:.--±es ini teachIinsg are assiureilcilofa rarej
t. ee, IGecorge if. Sitiplson, Arthurit Sotrtie dlamtage tins alreadly'beeti treat ini his lectuares. {.Aias. Speller & Cii.
It. II'litlarl andticttfeh:.P. Smithli done in therinuk lby the baise-ll I- ~are Sellin g al great Is rc-
II. I. Runeut Wliser SIftc andlidates, in spite if the cation Alpna Nu. lieipies uli lie
"nt C.n.iovel Msi~ othoseditaereatrtIf rule ref 'The Alpha ia Ntprogramtilfor this "- line sif Neckwetar, Ginclot'-
Ilarrigues Aln, Allen L. Coltton, H oswardi noeovseieng ieseaserohelots.r o
It. Cannnct'itl'sitiatnIt3.i i bbb s thte ritnkswill feel comnpelledetoIt deny eein s sfhhisg ear nd tll "urntishinti
'theriflmen leceit ot te ~ the rise oif it 1o the Athletic Assotci- iolisi solo-S. H. f eery.
Readihng The Iftiseti" - Ale
rear are: Pesilentlion. {.H.I;allots. te base-hall manager says: C.
NI cit otan, f' icepesidlents, ' It - irestons, the' ownler 1sf the Ctiii.( unietgsit
IHut. Cuishsmant K.iDavis 5) it rink, its pointedi out Ill ue the A 'Talk ott Seri-ctuire. itand price".
I r teis atol ~ lssV stautagYe ionte by-the uen tranintg ill Recitationi-J . II. 1laset f1
heny trngi4 Hn.1laler1-1 Ia iatnolsolo-MHiss Jenny LEddy-. tChap. Speller x & 3
IHaye's 'Ii' andh Rufhus '.Thayet '70;i1the rink, atnd I cannuot Iblamte 1h1im ieut,'ieeletta n lous lt TI~T
I attne E. Iox l't secrtary sI twin .horcomiiplainiing.'Rutles swene toilte dcae giih hl.''Ah
1: mth'6 its the rink, buit they hate liens sitt-I
letcltch li c- n-alive, S. \I. Stearnt. I. it. on SAVYE TIME ANDT MONEY
oratortoat Contest. neapivaBti. Bserss.rPttey
--Iabsence. The trainling" hutthe ritn ugktc, t . se, i .' cre
Thuefolloinitg sconcerninug Ir. is nserely- for theuerspiose it1 hardnuei- 'st-ielylgtii
I The Mathematical Club.
Currier, Oblerlin's representative to inhg the hantds anti getting [hue arituit
the Northern Oratoirical Contest, is anti nuscles of the legs iutosshapte '['l ie athenatial Club mteets }j10 10 1T'
clipedl frotislteObserlin Revietw: sefore the beginnitng of wiork oun[lie this tiening ini rooim 17 at 7:30.
tin. burnier's speech was a poenm. camupts. It not necessary, there- P~aper by 'iNr. Fisher, Beginnings of us wthilesee are sere.
It was pitcheti on a high plane of fore, to thurosw the hail on a lite the of Calculus.
imuagery ansi ield there throughtout. fail length of the building, for it is Paper by NIr. Stoine, Life of Sir CALLAG H AN & CO..
Notwithstanding a lack of variety in by doing [Isis [tha[lie damage has Wsm. Thonupsos.
this respect there iwas a final burst been caused. 'rie rules ivere nsade Problems, Homer's MNethod, by
oif spirited eloquenuce which went be' necessary by- the" conditions -uponi 'Mr.BLaidwiS,
yond a11 thsat preceded and gave [lhe which the rink is rented, and if --.r.«--- 114 Monroe Si., Chicago.
address a strong culmination. 'rhe they are violated, the rink willl be F .Mtn,'3lt scnie
Salvation Army was ably defended closed." t i omb lns.5 .Saew. xnAbr

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