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Joseph Meadows and Mrs. Jeanette Bryan Western School News.
are elected members of the Board of Educa
tion of King County. The attendance from California to the N. E.
F. S. Rosseter and Mr. Debeneddit have A. was not large.
been appointed members of the County Board G. W. Hinkle has been elected principal of of Education, San Mateo County. the Lemore Union High School.
Mrs. Ray Abrahams Morris and Miss Lena C. C. Childress of Bakersfield has been elected Polbemus have been appointed members of principal of the Hanford schools.
San Diego County Board of Education. Dr. F. B. Dresslar has taken the place of Dr.
Carrie Shaw Rice, a member of the State
Board of Education of Washington, and Mr. Elmer E. Brown on the State Board of Educa- Stanley of the Tacoma schools, are in attend. tion.
ance at the summer session, University of
California. Prof. Burt E. Howard of Stanford University delivered the address on "Education and The Department of Education at Stanford
will be as follows next year: Ellwood P. CubDemocracy” to the graduating class of the Fresno
berley. A. B., Associate Professor of Educahigh school.
tion; Edwin Diller Starbuck, Ph. D., Assist: A party of pleasure seekers, including many
ent Professor of Education, David Samuel
Snedden, A. B., Instructor in Education ; noted men, left Berkeley July 1st for a trip to the
John T. McManis, A. B., Assistant in EducaYosemite aud Tuolumne meadows. The campers tion; Frank Ernest Thompson, Assistant in will include John Muir, Mr. and Mrs. William Education. Keith, Professor and Mrs Joseph LeConte, Professor and Mrs. Frank Soule, Professor Andrew C. Lawson of the University of California, LOUIS S. STONE, ARCHITECT President Burk of the San Francisco State Nor
FLOOD BUILDING, Room 62 mal School, Professor W. A. Dudley of Stanford, and others. Those who will leave July 1st will
San Francisco, Cal. be only the vanguard of the main party, which SCHOOL BUILDINGS A SPECIALTY will number all told about seventy-five persons. The first division will go directly to Yosemite, to be followed a week later by the remainder. From the valley the party will pack to the Meadows, where camp is to be pitched beside Lake Tenaya. An unusual feature of the camp life is to be a series of informal lectures with a daily musical program. The trip is largely a reunion of the members of a similar excursion party undertaken in 1870, when Professors Le Conte and Soule went into the valley with ten students of the State University.
[Since writing the above the death of Professor LeConte occurred in the Yosemite Valley.]
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