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A NEW MAGAZINE.
The Polytechnic is the name of a new magazine to be
published in Chicago, the initial number oi which will be is
sued next month. ,Likc the London Magazine of that name
it will be the organ of a Polytechnic Institution, which in this
case has been lately started in Chicago, and will be modelled
after the famous London institute of similar name, an interest
ing account of which was given in the Century for June. The
first number will be largely descriptive of the work of the In
stitute, especially its trade schools, a peculiar feature of
which is '.hat students may earn their expenses while in at
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ations are warm supporters of the movement. An article on
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A DECADE OF ORATORY."
The .W,the organ of pan-Hellenism published by Walt
er T. Daniels, New York, has issued a special edition with a
supplement of the paper setting forth the fraternity question
Iron a fraternity standpoint. The following is the table of
contents: "What is Fraternity Object and aims ol Greek
Fraternities." State oratorical contests: Ohio "Democracy
the Dominant Idea," Robert Tucker; Nebraska "Conserva
tism and Radicalism in Society." Greek editors' views on
pan-Hellenism F. M. Crossed, David G. Downey, Charles
Ailing, jr., John B. Kccblc, and a K. K. c. Greek news;
college itcnis. Editorial: Notes on Fraternity; Hellenic Fed
erated Constitution; Greeks Maligned; Students Resist Ty
ranny; National Business Bureau. The Supplement contains:
Editorial: What is Pan Hellenism? Palm's Prize Essay; The
Negative; Expulsion Rule. "Fraternity of Man," Rev. M.
D. Hogc, D. D.; "Fraternity of Nations" Hon. Jas. G.
Blaine. "Federation on the Basis of States Rights," Hudson
Stuck; "Or. Greek Consolidation." Lee C. Bradley; Greek
editors' views on pan-Hellenism: F. M. Crossctt, Chas. M.
Hepburn, John B. Kceblc, Clay W. Holmes, C. N. Ironsides,
John G. Capers, and others. "The College Man in Politics,"
J. W. StctTins; "The Puritan and the Cavalier in Our Na
tional Life," S. W. Naylor. Greek NcwsjCollcgc Wit; Col
lege Items. "Cost of College Education," A. B. Hcrvey.
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