After remaining for a week at President Lowell's home, Dean Henry A. Yeomans '00, A.M. '01, exchange professor from the University to the Sorbonne at Paris, France, left for Spokane, Washington, yesterday. He had been called away from his duties as lecturer at the Sorbonne by the death of a brother, J. A. Yeomans, in Spokane, and the illness of his mother, in the same city.
While on the return trip to this country Dean Yeomans contracted influenza, and, although he had planned to stay only a day or two in Cambridge, he was detained a week with illness at President Lowell's home. Dean Yeomans had gone over to France last year, and in the second half of this year, had planned a series of lectures at the provincial universities in France. This plan was interrupted by his sudden return to this country, but it is expected that he will be able to resume his duties in France next month, when he returns to France from Spokane.