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ALVIN DAVISON, M.S., A.M., PH.D.,
Professor of Biology.
Uesse Chamberlain Professorship of Botany.j
A.B., Lebanon tllliioj, 18895 A.M., Lebanon, 1891: A.M., Princeton, 18965 Ph.D., Princeton, 18965
born January 16, 1868, at 1-Iaincsburg, N. 1.5 1889-'90, Instructor in Biology and pedagogy: 1891,
Graduate Student in Biology at Princeton: 1892, Associate Principal of Huntingdon Normal School
C'1'enn.b: 1893-'94, Fellow in Biology at Princeton: 1894, Demonstrator in Biology at Princeton:
1895, Instructor in Biology at Lafayette: 1896, Associate Professor of Biology: 1897, Professor of
Biology: Author of "Mammalian Anatomy, with Special Reference to the Cat," in use at Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania, University of Michigan, Cornell, Lehigh, and other institutions of learning.
Author of "Practical Zoology," "Health and the Human Body," and "Guide to I-Iealt,l1," Plug
also prepared numerous pamphlets.
FREDERICK BURRITT PECK, A.B., PH.D.,
Professor of Mineralogy and Geology.
A.B., Amherst, 18865 Ph,D., Munich, Germany, 1896: Delta Upsilon: Teacher of Mathematics
and Natural Sciences, Trinidad, Colo., 1886-1891 5 Assistant in Geology, Amherst and Smith Colleges,
1891-1894: Student at Giittingen and Munich, 1894-1896: Associate Professor of Geology at Lafay-
ette, 1897-19015 Professor of Mineralogy and Geology, 1901-5 Fellow of the Geological Society
of America: Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Assistant Ggolq.
gist of the United States Geological Survey, 1898-1909.
REV JOHN MOFFATT MECICLIN, A.M., PH.D.,
Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy and Hebrew.
flames Renwick Hogg Professorshipq
A.B., Southwestern Pres. Ul1iV0fSilCY- 13909 Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Tutor, 1891-18925 M,A,, 18925
Union Theological Seminary, 1892-189-1: B.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, 18965 Studied
abroad, 1897-19005 Ph.D., Leipzig, 1899: Member of the American School of Classical Studies at
Athens, 1899-1900: born january 21, 1871, at XVinona, Miss.: Fellow by courtesy in johns I-Inpkinsl
1900-1901: IIlSU'UCf0l' iii LClf5lY0fl0- 1901-1902: Steubenville Professorship in XVas11ington and
Jefferson, 1902-19055 Professor of Philosophy at Lafayette, 1905---.
JOHN FREDERICK Louis RAscHEN, A.M., L1TT.D.,
Professor of Modern Languages. ,
A.B. f.vumm.a. cum lczmlcl, XVallace College, 18955 S.'1'.li., Nast Theological Seminary, 1393: A-Mu
Lafayette, 1906: Litt.D., Dickinson. 19125 Post graduate, Columbia University and Heidelberg
University: Ilead-master in classics in lVilliamsport Dickinson Seminary, 1901-'025 Member of
Modern Language Association of America: L'Alliance Francaise: Association of German writers
in America: Editor of Modern Language Texts: Contributor to various German periodicals and
magazines: Phi Gamma Delta.
CLARENCE MCCHEYNE GORDON, A.M., PH.D.,
Professor of Physics.
A.B., Princeton, 18915 A.M., 18935 P11.D., Gottingen, 18975 Fellow in Mathematics, Princeton
1891-'92: Instructor in Physics, Xvllllllillfi College, 1893-'95: University of Giittingen, 18954972
Instructor in Physical Chemistry, Harvard University, 1897-'98, Professor of Physics, Cent,-nl
University of Kentucky, 1891-1-1909: Professor of Physics, Lafayette College, 1909-:Fe11owAmc,-ican
Assoeiritimr for the Advancement of Science: Member of American Physical Society and American
ALLAN ROBERTS, PH.B., M.S.,
Professor of History.
Ph.B., Lafayette, 18995 M.S., Lafayette, 19025 Sigma Chi.