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    * * * * ,~ '.' * ils ,I!,ood II I:I7Iil iI's, ZL'e I'ope, owrbalall(illg itsfi7lllts, We sillcere~J' regret tlJe late date of iss III' 0/ tlJis t'olllllle. Ibat bas (allsed liS so /lllI(h allxie(v alld ZL'O 1'1') '. Qllr 01l~1' excllse is tbe dela) , occasiolled 1~1' tbe (BOL T-ECCENTRIC

    colltrowr~I" III tbt' lIIiddll' of tlw ji711 Il'rlll. a lIIeet illg colllpo::.M 0/ rl'prt'sl'll ta I h'es of tbe Fratertlilies cbapterM at Stet'l'IIs. alld !Hl'sidl'd O'l.'er l~1' Pr{'sidml Dvfortoll. 'CL'as bdd, Tb{' object of Ibis lII{'dillg z(.'as 10 IllIile tlx 17.L'Oji7(iiOIlS 0/ fbI' rollege alld beal tlJe sort' tbat bas (7l1sM so 1Illl(IJ dis-selll iOIl alld ill-tedillg. To l7(colllplisb fbis I'IId, tbefollo'willg propositioll z(.'as lIIade~)' THE ECCENTRIC :-To colllbille III/del' Ibe Ilallle ot" IIJe c('Cl'IIlric-Bolt, alld tbot all dt'bls olltstalldillg of eitber All II 11171

    slollld be 11117,11' good bl)ore 11"1' cOlllbilllllioll "LL'IIS ejJi'(/l'd. Tbis propositioll THE ECCENTRIC made ill good.ti7ilb. Iwd its rl'prl'sl'lItali'l'es did Ibeir bl'st to illsllre alldjiJriber ils ,"'((1'55. 011 Ibe otlJer balld, tbe octiolls 11111 Opilliolls of Ibe 'BOL 'J'S delegates u'ere at 'I.'Iniallce, alld, 'i.L'itbOld o/ferillg a/~1' lellIgible retlSOll, lIIadek/lmL'/I tb!'ir decisioll /lot to cOlllbi/le lI/1der tbe abo7.'!' (011-ditiolls. It 'lL'tlS 1I0t I/Illil Iltll'r tIJeji7illlre (!t" Ibis altelllpt, tbat tbe /JOelI'd of THE ECCENTRIC /IIel 10 elecl ils (~{/i(('rs tllld slart 011 tbl' 'i.L'or/! or Ibis 7.'01111111'. Tbeforegoillg, 'i.e'e bopI'. cc'lll Selli~laclori~1' I'Xpll7ill ollr 1111-,(ille::.s.

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    Jl w/lege alllllial has o/tm beell critirised as beZlIg bllf {f 10llg cal,710/(lle (~t lIa !II es, Ze,itb all orca siOllal a Itelll PI a I lill !liar. III order to sOllleZc'bat alloy I bis 1II0!loI0/~)1 or I isis, u.'e baw VfIIl llred 10 ill serf sborl s/,e/cbes, rdatill.!( 10 tbe 7e'Or/! a!ld Pro/!,FI'SS of Ibe dllbs 1711d societies at ollr (ol/{~!!.(', ill ((Jlllleelioll -(e'itb fbese lists. 'By Ihese lIIeallS ze'e bopI', ill {f .';!IIoll Ie't!.J', 10 accolllplisb ollr ellds; ze'itbollt, alibI' sa!lle lillil', sa(ojicillg fbI' Inle 'i'allft' or pllrpose ~r fbI' book.

    Ollr at/elllpl 10 semre i1 sl!ilable /rolltispiec(' bllS bel'll greaf~)IJ;7(ilitaJed l~J' Ibe 1,'illdllfSS (~rpr~r 'Brislol, -(e'bo.tilntislied IfS 7c'lib a 1I1~!(ati7.'(' o/[Jv[r. jobllSteI'm" fIIgille. Tbis ellil,ille is illierestill/!: ill fbeli7rt, Ibof iILe'as fbI' .first 10 Sllc(fs.~fit!~), propel a bOllt ill Ihis (0111111)': IIJe Irial bm'ill,!!. bei'll !IIade ill [Jv[1~J', 180-1, 011 tbe 'Ddme'are, -,'eI7rs be/ore tbe trip (~t Robert Fultol/'s "Clerlllollt." Jltso , [Jv[r. SleVeIlSCc'L7S tbe first 10 use Ibe tllbular boiler {filet propeller Cc'lIed.

    Wilb fbest' preli111illill)1 re111ilrks, 'We illfrodlf(e to )10111' 1I0lice THE ECCcIVTRIC 0/ '89, illld bope that ils appearallCl' alld wl/tellis 7e'11I ful(JI reali:::,e YOllr 1Il0st sallgllille expectatiolls.

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    that the ideds have no time to stick, another hour to copy them, and after all what ha\'e we? ,\ careful examination of a large number of lectures shows the maximum amount to equal two pages in Bioxalll, and these not remembered at a ll by the run of the students. But grant ing they learn them, we still have two hours of hard work for two pages of printed matter; a rather extra\'agant e.\penditurc of time in such a crowded course as ours. Why cannot Professor Seller's plan be adopted, i. t., having the notes made out and distributed to the class. That is a course worthy of the Nineteenth Century, and let us hope it will be adopted ill other departments.

    ~h()p \\crk .--The arranging of the Senior inspection trips for the Second term, instead of running them into the Third term, and the new departure in the matter of lectures, both have such obvious advantages as to recommend their permanent adoption.

    Examinations are now held ill this department as follows: During, or just before exami-natIon week, a long list of questi')ns is posted and the students required to show written notes on these, and to ('xj/alll these notes. In tlte case of the Juniors, the questions required refercnce to books which are not llsed until Sen:or year. Is not this a good deal like "hitting a man when he's dOll'n ?" We think Professor j)enton is too bilS to need such an advantage in dealing with the men.

    l\ propOS of Examinations, a nell' plan is being pursued, t he men ha\' ing term marks of

  • '1 "" J:--] E ECCENTHI C .

    CLASS OF '89.

    OFFICERS.

    GEORGE \Y . A IUIOUR ... . ... . ALFRED GOLDSL:OROU(;H MAyER .. . . .. . . . ELG I N LOC H RANE MCBURNEy .... . ... .

    \ \' I LL\, I. FELLHEnIER .... CLARENCE A IJIl I SON \ V I L Ll S .. ..

    MEMBERS.

    . .... President. . .. ..... Vice-President. . .. . ....... Secretary . . . ... . . . .. . . Treasurer.

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  • We have altered the ,chedule fur good in ~()nIC pclrt, And continucd this year as a parallel boon, By appointing commencement offiei;ds as soon As condit ion permitteu to settle their cartes. And the men delegated to stand in the pass, .\ s the ensigns of honor and glorious post, Are the most representative whom we can boast And the honest, unanimous choice of the class'*