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the college and experiment station were doubled, and $80,000 was appropriated for a new agricultural and domestic science building, now under way, and to be ready for occupancy in September, 1908.
A few days after this, came the word that Congress in the closing hours of the session had passed the Xelson amendment by which the annual appropriation for the college was to be advanced $5,000 each year until the total appropriation for the college should reach $50,000, just double the former amount.
In honor of the appropriation by Congress, and especially of the appropriations by the legislature, Monday, March 14, was set apart for a jollification. A special assembly was held, and then a procession of faculty and students marched through the streets of the city calling upon the members of the Gallatin legislative delegation and thanking them and other citizens for their aid.
The changes in the internal affairs of the college have not been numerous. In January, 1907. Prof. R. W. Clark began work in the newly established department of Animal Industry, to which he had been elected a few months earlier. In June, Mr. A. P. Anderson resigned the position of Instructor in Civil Engineering, and was succeeded by Mr. R. D. Kneale, with the title of Assistant Professor. During the summer, Prof. Y. K. Chestnut resigned the professorship of Chemistry to accept a position with the Agricultural Department at Washington. Prof. W. M. Cobleigh. of the Department of Physics, was put in charge of the Department of Chemistry for the year. In September, Mr. Wyatt W. Jones resigned his position as instructor in Biology, to become principal of the Teton High School. M. H. Spaulding, a graduate from Le-land Stanford Jr. University, is Mr. Jones' successor. In October. Mr. Charles E. Mollett was chosen to take charge of the newly organized department of Pharmacy. In June. Prof. F. Arthur Oliver, of the Department of Music, was given a year’s leave of absence for study and travel in Europe. Miss Arabella Barnes, a graduate of the Wooster Conservatory, was chosen to take his place for the year.
The most important new departure in college routine was the inauguration of the semester “round-up." History does not record the name of the inventor. Briefly stated, its purpose is to bring up all delinquent students “on the carpet" about the sixth week of each semester. This device has proved very popular—with those who had nothing to fear.
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