EIGHT LEAVES OF ABSENCE ARE GRANTED FOR 1930-1931

Four leaves of absence have been granted for the year 1930-1931, and four more for the second half, in 1931, it was announced last night.

G. A. Reisner '89, professor of Egyptology, C. J. Ratzleff, instructor in Economics, F. B. Sayre, professor of Law, N. H. Black, assistant professor of Education, have been granted full leaves, the latter two sabbatical. E. L. Chaffee, professor of Physics, L. J. Henderson '98, professor of Biological Chemistry, G. E. Johnson, associated professor of Education, and C. C. Pratt, associate professor of Psychology have been granted leaves for the second half of next year, the first three sabbatical.

The sabbatical leave granted to C. H. Grandgent '83, professor of Romance Languages, has been rescinded because of his appointment as Exchange Professor to France.