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THE TEMPLE ORCHESTRA
Carl F. Steckleberg, Conductor
Sidney Silber, Piano Soloist
Every Student should hear this Orchestra
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SIGMA XI ANNOUNCES
II PARTIAL PROGRAM
FIR8T MEETINQ WILL BE HELD.
. DEC. 13 IN ELECTRICAL LAB.
PROfESSOR LOWELL CHARTER DAY
Noted Authority on Mars, Its Canals
and Astronomy, Will Address
the Meeting on Febru
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The program for tho meotlngs of
Sigma XI, tho honorary scientific fra
ternity, has been made out In part, and
was announced yeatorday. Tho pro
gram consists of lectures by members
of tho fraternity on sclontlflc subjects.
Tho lectures nro, howover, usually of
such a nature to bo popular with a
largo number of tho university public
and nro always well attended.
Tho first meeting on the schedule as
mado out at th present time will be
held December 13. Tho program for
this meeting will be divided into two
parts, tho first of which will consist
of an address by Dr. II. H. Walto on
"Polyomyolltl8.,, . Tho address will bo
illustrated with lantern slides and ac
tual bacteriological specimens pre
pared by tho doctor In Investigating
the dlsoaso which caused -so much
nlarm throughout parts of the state
during the early part of this fall. He
will take up tho different points nul
phases of the disease from the bac
Advance In llluminants.
Tho second part of tills mooting will
bo devoted to olectrical llluminants.
Professor Morso will domonBtrato tho
recent advances in this phase of the
practical application of science with
soino elaborately constructed appa
ratus which ho 1b at tho present timo
engaged In setting up In tho electrical
laboratory, whero tho locturo will bo
Tho second mooting of Sigma XI will
bo hold on Chartor Day, when Dr. Per-
clval Lowoll of Harvard will lecture.
This will bo ono of tho largest meet
ings of tho fratornlty for this year.
Professor Lowoll Is ono of tho fore
most authorities on Mars, Its canals
and astronomy. Ho made a special
study of this subject, on which ho will
speak, soino tlmo ago In Arizona.
At State Farm.
Tho third mooting of tho year will
bo held at tho state farm, nlthough
tho dato has not as yet boon definitely
docidod upon. Tho program will con
sist of lectures by Professors A. A.
Emerson and B. Q. Montgomory. Tho
subjects of theso lectures have not
been announced, but thoy will bo along
tho lino of tho rccont developments In
Tho remainder of tho program has
not boon settled upon. Tho lectures
of tho society aro always well attend
ed and provo of Interest to a largo
part of tho university public. Thoy
sometimes tako up tho scientific sub
jects from a strictly sclontlflc view
point and in scientific torms, but this
Is usually tho caso only whon tho sub
ject will not permit of moro popular
Sigma XI is a national honorary
scientific fratornlty. Tho object of
tho fratornlty Is to oncourago original
research along scientific linos and to
bring to tho public tho latest results
schlovod in science.
An Instructor in tho University ot
Kansas says that ho can In fifteen
minutes teach any ordinary man to
swim. Evory sophomore and ovory
freshman there has to learn that art.
Dr. Jamos P. Magenls of tho Boston
board of education announces that
hereafter ovory high school girl In tho
city, unless Incapacitated, will bo re
quired to master tho art of swim
ming In ordor to obtain points for hor
Tho hoard of education of Now
York City has decided to build an
olght-story high school . building at
Irving Place. Tho building is esti
mated to cost $10,000,000, will accom
modate 6,000 pupils and, will have four
elevators. Ono of tho features of this
highest high school will bo an assem
bly hall seating 1,600 persons.
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