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Commemoration of Professor Cooke.

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A meeting was held last evening in Boylston 9 in commemoration of Professor Cooke. Professor Jackson read three addresses on Professor Cooke's life and work which were delivered before the American Academy of Science, the first by himself, the second by Professor Hill, and the last by President Eliot.

Professor Jackson's address dealt principally with Professor Cooke's life taken as a whole. His scientific work was taken up in detail in Professor Hill's address, while that of President Eliot gave a history of Professor Cooke's connection with the University.

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