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��CONTENT8 OF THE JULY NUMBER
Pasteur, a Study in Greatness. Professor Fbrnando Wood Martin.
Concealing Coloration. Abbott H. Thaykr.
Expansion of the Usefulness of Natural History Museums. Professor Thomas H. Montgomery, Jr.
The History and Varieties of Human Speech. Dr. Edward Sapir.
University Standards and 8tudent Activities. Orris Leslie Elliott.
The Psychology of Mental Deficiency. Dr. Bird T. Baldwin.
Jacobus Henricus van 't Hoff. Professor Harry C. Jones.
The Progress of Science: The Amherst Idea; The Catskill Aqueduct ; Scientific Items.
��CONTENTS OF THE AUGUST NUMBER
The Significance of Tropisms for Psychology. Dr. Jacques Loeb.
Feeling in the Interpretation of Nature. Professor William E. Ritter.
The Typhoid Fly on the Minnesota Iron Range. Pro- fessor F. L. Washburn.
What Makes a College ? Professor A. B. Wolfe.
The University in Politics. Professor T. D. A. Cock- erell.
The Classification of the Sciences. Dr. Ira Woods Howerth.
Francis Galton. Dr. J. Arthur Harris.
The Origin of Luminous Meteor Trains. Dr. C. C. Trowbridge.
The Progress of Science :
The Extension of the American Museum of Natural History ; The Protection of the Fur Seal; Scientific Items.
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