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PAMPHLET BY MR. LEWIS.
The pamphlet of the proceedings of
the American academy of arta and sci
ence for July, 1899, contalnB an article
entitled "Tho Development rand Appli
cation of a General Equation for Free
Energy and Physlco-Chemlcal Equilib
rium," by Gilbert Newton Lewis. Mr.
Lewis was a Btudont at the University
of Nebraska some years ago and spent
a great deal of time in mathematical
studies. At present ho Is connected
with Harvard, university and Is said to
be one of the brightest pupils In his
lino in that institution. The treatment
of tho subject in this case Is as ex-'
haustlve as space will permit and
shows much clear and careful thought.
GIFT FOR STANFORD.
Mrs. Stanford has recently sold cer
tain Southern Pacific stocks, tho money
from which will go directly to Leland
Stanford university. The Dally Palo
Alto speaks as follows of the deal:'
"Today's Call contains further news
concerning the transfer of Mrs. Stan
ford's wealth to tho ondowment fund of
the university. Mrs. Stanford has just
sold 285,000 shares of Southern Pacific
stock to the Huntington-Speyer syndi
cate at $40 a share. She still retains
20,000 share?',' which she can readily
sell for ?8CO,000. From her Central
Pacific holdings Mrs. Stanford realized
"The sale of tho Market street rail
way stock netted her ?l,5OO,O00, and,
according to the Call, this, together
with the proceeds of the Central Pa
cific stock, has been conveyed to the en
"Mrs. Stanford's one-fourth interest
In the Pacific Improvement company,
which she has retained, is worth at
"The Southern Pacific stock which
has just been sold was presented to the
university prior to Mrs. Stanford's de
parture for Europe, with the under
standing that she should be allowed to
sell it whenever she could advanta
geously. The stock, although very val
uable, was productive of no income,
and thus could work no good materi
ally to the university. Now that the
stock has been converted Into money
the widespread improvements which
have been contemplated for so long will
NEW ATHLETIC MANAGEMENTS.
The board of regents of the Univer
sity of Michigan have promoted graduate-manager
Balrd to the office of pro
fessor. Mr. Balrd will receive a salary
of $2,000 and the rank of junior pro
fessor on the faculty.
The regents appropriated $1,200 of
the salary and the rest comes out of
the athletic association's revenues.
Baird will be under the supervision of
the faculty board of control instead of
the student athletic board, and will
have full power to direct Michigan's
athletic policy under the general con
trol mentioned. Keene Fltzpatrlck will
remain director of Indoor athletics
with the same rank as Balrd.
The students of Yale university have
ratified the plan of consonoaung trie
management of the affairs of the sev
eral university athletic associations
under the direction of tho governing
board, with a graduate treasurer as ex
nmttlvc. Tho articles of agreement ad
vocate that the Yale field, owned by the
nnrnnrntlnn lin ftirnnil over to tllG
1 president and fellows of Yale, to be
held in trust by them; that the boat
' club do the same with tho boat house,
i that the managers of tho different ath
letic teams pay over to a treasurer,
1 elected and paid by the college, all
funds received In connection with the
! iiifffrnnt teams: that this treasurer
shall expend all funds upon the advice
of nn athletic board, which shall on
slst of seven members namely, said
four presidents and their successors
ex-ofllcio, said agent or graduate ath
letic treasurer and two persons, mem
bers of tho faculties of Yale university,
to be appointed by tho president and
fellows of Yale university. President
Hadley a'so has Indorsed the scheme.
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