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In 1892 the science work of the Normal was organized into two departments, known as the Physical Science Department, under the direction of Professor A. H. Van VIcet, and the Biological Science Department, under the direction of Professor H. B. Duncanson. In anticipation of the needs and requirements along the line of professional training in agriculture, this work was organized as a part of the department in 1902; but, having in a large measure outgrown the facilities, it was made a separate department during the last year. From a very small beginning, the department now has the following equipment: Two instructors and seven assistants, two lecture rooms, two
laboratories, two offices, one store room, and a greenhouse. There are sufficient apparatus and laboratory facilities to work two hundred students at one time. The department has sixty-five compound microscopes, eleven microtomes, two hundred sets of dissecting apparatus, the most modern equipment for the study of plain physiology, a demonstration stcrcopticon, water baths, distilling apparatus, and numerous other essentials to a well equipped laboratory.
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OI-VICKKS AGItlCUI.Tt.'UAI, SOCIKTV liiimwv Keith Prof. Weeks Grnmllcli Clements
It once had been my thought
When first I marked her smooth, dark, lustrous hair And its one strand thick and glossy curling down The softly glowing radiance of her cheek,
How fair and sweet a dream
To see her, in my fancy, in the home
My heart was building in that day to be,
When from the kindly shelter of the school My work should call me, and, perchance, her hand So white and shapely would be placed in mine.
Ah, yes, the dream was fair!
But painful was the waking; for today In History test I saw her cast a look Sudden and furtive o’er her seat mate’s arm.
Her eyes dwelt for a moment on the page Her friend had written; then by chance upraised, They met the quiet sorrow of my own.
I think she knew my thought, for since that day She neither smiles nor speaks to me. Ah. well.
The dream is over, but the hurt is sore.—R. H. II.
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