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Cloister Cask, The
.By Carlton Lawrence Edholm. .529
Illustrated. By Jessie Juliet Knox...789
.Illustrated. By Edith Coxhead
Dr. Yamei Kin
Story. By Alice N. Andrews
..Story. Ill. By May E. Southworth....563
Gold Dredging Era, The.
Ill. By Anna Morrison Reid .....986
Story. By John Fleming Wilson....872
Poem. By W. T. Brown..
Poem. By Herman Scheffauer. 843
.Story. Ill. By Edgar Fawcett.. .745
Story. Ill. By John Fleming Wilson..671
. Story. III. By Alfred Galpin........943
.Story. Ill. By Josephine Scroggs....685
Ill. By W. E Griffiths...
. Story. By Mary C. Ringwalt... .629
Poem. Ill. By Grace Luce Irwin..../82
.Ill. By Carlotta Reynall...
Ill. By Charles Westcott...
Story. By Mary C. Ringwalt... ..786
ill. Sketch. By W. J. Weymouth....621
Poem. By Harley R. Wiley... .627
.Story. Ill. By Herman Whittaker..923
.Story. Ill. By Dr. Yamei Kin. ..655
Ill. By Charles Howard Shinn....637-711
Story. Ill. By Harry R. P. Forbes. .783
Poem. By Herbert Bashford. .960
Ill. By Harriett M. Quimby.
Story. By E. R. Wynne..... .632
Illustrated. By Laura Bride Powers 980
Sketch. By George V. Carr....
By James Matlack Scovel..
.Il. By T. P. O'Connor...
.Story. Ill. By Grace Garrill Gowing. 648
Story. 111. By Lou Rodman Teeple. .548
Illustrated. By T. H. Guptill.... 856
. Illustrated. By Wallace Irwin ..... 513
· Story. Ill. Wm. O'Connel McGeehan..864
. By J. M. Bulkley......
Illustrated. By Samuel L. Lupton....833
Story. By Mary Harding...
Poem. By Geraldine Meyrick .874
Story. By J. F. Rose-Soley
Poem. By Fannie Herron Cooke....693
Poem. By Fannie Herron Cooke.. 693
HAVE Dr. David Starr have gained great favor at the University Jordan's authority for it of California, more especailly since the that the trappings and advent of President Benj. Ide Wheeler,
ceremony of the old Eu- who did much to make compulsory the long to a dark age, and that it is the
gorgeous annual commencement parblessed privilege of modern education to ade through the campus, graduates and shake off the gold tape and useless rit- faculty appearing in caps and gowns, and ual that characterize the great Conti- each wearing the distinctive silken hood nental seats of learning even to this of the doctor of laws, medicine or philday. We all have profound respect for osophy, the master of arts and the bachethe educated common sense of the Presi- lor of arts. dent of Stanford University, and give due Only second to this in solemn imprescredit to his part in infusing into the siveness is the laying of the senior class institution at Palo Alto the progressive plate, which occurs during commence. spirit of the age, yet it seems
ment week at Stanford. This to an extent a practical refu
beautiful ceremony was inaugutation of Dr. Jordan's theories
rated by Stanford's pioneer that the very university over
class ('95), who caused to be which he presides should be
laid into the pavement of the leaning more and more every
quadrangle a bronze plate bear. year toward ceremony and par
ing the numerals of the class. ade, and that the collegians,
The “'95 plate" was set into a however grounded in scientific
square directly in front of Tore and utilitarian learning,
where the Memorial Chapel now manifest a yearning for display
stands, and each succeeding that at times equals that of the
class ha followed the custom medieval founders of the mir
by planting a plate in a line
with the original square. ToAt the University of Califor
day the short row of seven nia the encouragement of the
plates marks with symbolic sig. ceremonial instinct is consid
nificance the history of the erably greater The cap and
university, just as, in long years gown unanimously frowned
to come, the ever-increasing
A farmer by down at Stanford University, compulsion.
line of metal pavement shall