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T hese Are The Senior Editors Who Have Guided The Daily During The Past Year
Hillel Officers Elected
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CARL PETERSEN, STAN SWINTON,
Managing Editor City Editor
ELLIOTT MARANISS, ANN VICARY,
Editorial Director Women's Editor
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Prof. Pillsbury Has Outstanding
Record InPsychological Work
Editor's Note: This
in a series of short
noted campus figures.
is the eighth
By A. P. BLAUSTEIN
Prof. Walter Bowers Pillsbury,
present chairman of the psychology
department, has been outstanding for
many years in psychological re-
search and is considered today as
one of the leading scientists in the
Bornyin Burlington, Ia., in 1872,
Professor Pillsbury attended Penn
College in Oskaloosa, Ia., in 1888 and
1890 transfering to the University
of Nebraska in 1891twhere he received
his bachelor's degree the following
year. Upon graduation he went to
Cornell where he worked as an assist-
ant and instructor until 1897. He
received his Ph.D. in 1896.
In those days psychology was
taught as a branch of the philosophy
department at Michigan and Profes-
sor Pillsbury served here as an in-
structor and as junior professor of
the philosophy department until 1910
when he received his full professor-
ship. In 1929 he was made chair-
man of the department. He was
guest lecturer at Columbia in 1908
and 1909 and was given an exchange
professorship at the Sourbonne in
1923 where he was-given the oppor-
tunity to lecture at various colleges
Professor Pillsbury has interested
himself in several different branches
of psychology during his career. He
first studied reading which he fol-
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FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1940
VOL. L. No. 159
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