Judson Meade Clark, a first year student in the Law School, died of typhoid pneumonia at his home in Rochester, January 2. He was born March 30, 1871. His schooling was obtained in Rochester, where he was graduated from the Free Academy in 1888, and from the University of Rochester in 1892. He stood very high in his class, winning several prizes and scholarships and being a member of the Phi Beta Kappa. Last year he spent in Europe, studying chiefly in the German universities. Clark was not very widely acquainted here, but those who knew him speak very highly; not merely of his ability, but-what is better-of his character and good fellowship. He was a member of the Superior Court of the Thayer Law Club, in which he took a lively interest. In him the University has lost a faithful and promising student.