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The Illogical Seminar, which has for its object the discussion of up-to-date biological problems, meets every two weeks. This organization is under the direction of the biological department and is open to all students taking elective work and to such others as may be invited. The topics discussed are such as are before the public, but have not as yet found their way into book form. Recent discoveries, theories, methods, magazine articles, and special lines of work receive attention and furnish the basis for reports and discussions. Many of those who attend this organization have expressed themselves as being highly pleased with the programs and the impulse which it gives to the study of biological problems.
THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
This society was organized as we were going to press, hence we can give it only mere mention. Many of the Normal students, feeling that agricultural science was worthy of most careful study, the present methods of teaching the subject can be improved, and cooperation will give adequate means for improvement, organized this society for the purpose of spreading agricultural science throughout the schools and farms of the Middle West. The officers elected at the first meeting were: Charles R. Weeks, director and advisor; E. R. Zink, president; Van Kirk Maxccv, vice-president: Pauline Stonecypher, secretary, and Russell A. Stewart, treasurer. Committee on constitution and by-laws, Charles R. Weeks, Olive Petrashek, Lillie Koop, Van Kirk Maxcey and Russell
TROUBLES OF A ZOOLOGICAL LABORATORY ASSISTANT
Jan. 15—Ira Cartney buys a worthless dog from Mrs. Phelps for 25 cents.
Feb. 5—Cartney buys the same dog from little Johnnie Phelps for 50 cents.
(Slight increase in worth.)
Feb. 22—Barber Phelps demands 75 cents for his same most valuable dog or Cartney comes over the carpet. Cartney balks, as he wonders if there arc any more in the family who might demand pay.
Feb. 23—Dog pays the jxmaltv by serving even more masters than formerly. Cartney and his colleagues all knife him. Trial set for December 21. 1909
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This organization consists of about fifty members, representing the four classes of the Normal department, ranging from the beginning class to the advanced classes. All German students who are interested in the language arc eligible to membership. The purposes of the club are: To create an enthusiastic spirit among the German students, and to spur them on to higher work in this line; to cultivate a taste for the classics of German literature; and to offer opportunities for German conversation. The club meets regularly one hour each week. A part of this time is spent in pleasant, social conversation in the German language, and the remainder in an interesting as well as instructive program, in which every member lias an opportunity to take part. The best German songs arc always sung by the club at these meetings, and occasionally a play is given. Many excellent programs have been given during the year. Especially good was the Christmas program, after which a social evening was spent in the gymnasium, during which time the members had the pleasure of enjoying a regular German “Kaffee Klatsch.” Numerous German games were also played, and when the time for departure came, the members went home more enthusiastic than ever over their “Deutsche Vercin.”
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