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SCHICAGO MEET
GAIN MEN ON LIST
SCIENTIFIC *
PEAKERS

the geographist's society. Among oth-
ers of the faculty to attend these so-
cieties will be Dean E. H. Kraus, pres-
ident of the Mineralogical society;
Prof. W. F. Hunt, of the mineralogical
department; Mr. G. M. Ehlers, of the
geological department, and Mr. Frank
Leverett, lecturer on glacial geology.
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Prbf. W. H. Hobbs of the geology
department will deliver an address of
eulogy dn Rear Admiral R. E. Peary,
the famous Arctic explorer who died
during the past year, before the Asso-
ciation of American Geographers,
which will meet the week beginning"
Dec. 28, in Chicago.
Meeting at the same time in Chi'
cago will be the Paleontological So-
ciety of America, the Mineralogical
Society of America, and the American
Association for the Advancement of
'Scence;.
Professor Hobbs will deliver four
papers before the geological society
on "The Zone of Flow Challenged,"
"The Evolution of Arcuate M un-
tains ' "On the Origiv and Differen-
tiation of Lava," and "Crustal be.
formation in the Pacific and Atlantic
Regions."V
"The Desmatosuchus Spurensis
from the Tirassic Beds of Northern
Texas," and "Creteria for the Deter-
mination of Extinct Animals," are
be the subject of two papers read y
Prof. E. C. Case, who is vice-president
of the Paleontological society.
Prof. C. 0. Sauer will speak before

Prince Enthuses
Over Recent Trip
London, Nov., 26.-Enthusiastic ac-
counts given by the Prince of Wales,
in the royal family circle, of his ex-
periences during his recent Empire
trip are said to have raised a keen
desire on the part of his brothers,
Princes Albert, Henry and George, to
go on similar voyages.
The Prince of Wales is reported to
be writing a preface to a book of
photographs taken during his trip,
which will be sold for the benefit of a
blind soldiers'.hospital.
Since his return to London, the
prince yhas been giving a series of
small dinner parties to his intimate
friends at St. James' Palace, which is
now pretty well stocked with souvo-

lent host and he has a fund of amus-
ing anecdotes about his experiences
abroad.
Hee is fond of playing rackets and
swimming at the fashionable Bath
club,-off Piccadilly. A keen follower of
the chase, he has recently bought sev-
eral new bunters, and he is keeping up
family traditions by accepting the
chairmanship of the West INorfolk
Hounds, a position which his grand-
father, King Edward, held for manly
years. He is also coming to the fore
as a cattle breeder. At the recent
Birmingham cattle show, he took
three prizes with three heads of Aber-
deen Angus cattle from his Dartmoor
farm, near Princeton.

MEXICANS REFUSE TO TAKE
RESIGNATION OF DR. HIDALGO'
Mexico City, Nov. 27.-Although Dr.
Cutberto Hidalgo, who has been, in
actual charge of the Mexican foreign
office during the de la Huerta regime,
resigned several weeks ago and'made
a formal valedictory statement in the
press, the government has refused to3
accept his resignation and he is still l
at his post. Dr. Hidalgo desired to
relinghish his office in order to press
his candidacy for the governorship of
the state of Hidalgo.

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