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ALL those who have had the benefit of Professor Baxter's instructions in Elocution during the past three months must be sorry, on his account, for the cause, and on their own, for the fact of his temporary absence. Mr. Baxter not only was interested in his work, but he was able to interest others in it; his absence is certainly not needed to make us recognize his value, and we trust that his health will soon permit him to resume his work among us. Meanwhile the College has been fortunate in securing the services of Mr. George Riddle to fill Professor Baxter's place.