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PROF. PALMER AT GRINNELL

In Addition to Regular Courses, He Has Given Several Lectures.

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Professor G. H. Palmer '64 spent the month of March at Grinnell College as the Harvard Exchange Professor. In addition to the regular courses which he is giving in Ethics and English Poetry. Professor Palmer has given a vesper address, a chapel talk, and an address in Herrick Chapel, when the four students of the class of 1913 having the highest scholarship records were admitted to membership in Beta Chapter of Iowa Phi Beta Kappa. He has also given a reading from his own translation of the Odyssey and an address on the "Commercial Aspects of Education." He gave last week an address before the Humboldt Society on "The Place of the Lecture in College Teaching."

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