Issue: 19121101

Friday, November 1, 1912
NOVEMBER, 1912
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THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY.
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A ROUND-THE-WORLD BOTANICAL EXCURSION
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PROFESSOR CHARLES J. CHAMBERLAIN
IN August, 1911, it was my good fortune to start on an extensive botanical expedition under the auspices of the University of Chicago. The principal places visited included the Sandwich Islands, Fiji Islands, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Tenerilfe, from which place the return to Chicago was by way of London and New York.
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SOME ASPECTS OF ANAPHYLAXIS
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JOHN AUER, M.D.
THE word anaphylaxis is used to designate the train of symptoms and signs which is-produced by the incorporation of a foreign soluble proteid into an animal organism which has already been subjected before to the action of this same foreign proteid.
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THE PERMANENCE OF INTERESTS AND THEIR RELATION TO ABILITIES
EXPERIMENT 34. (TABLE 1)
TABLE 1
EXPERIMENT 35
TABLE 2
TABLE 4
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PROFESSOR EDWARD L. THORNDIKE
THERE is a wide range of opinion amongst both theorists and practitioners with respect to the importance of the interests of children and young people. These early likes and dislikes, attractions and repulsions, are, by some, taken to be prime symptoms of what is for the welfare of the individual or even of the species.
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CHINA’S GREAT PROBLEM
ESTIMATED REVENUE Ordinary
Provisional
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE Ordinary Expenditure
Provisional Expenditure
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PROFESSOR THOMAS T. READ
NEITHER the institution of republican forms of government, nor the creation of a spirit of natural unity, not even the inculcation of republican ideals constitutes China’s great and imminent problem. It is not inappropriate that a nation whose people are best known for their skill and probity in business affairs, at the close of revolution engendered in large part by financial considerations and brought to a speedy termination by that modern arbiter of warring factions and nations, the international money lender, should find her most imminent and pressing problem a plain one of business.
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MODERN WARFARE AGAINST GRASSHOPPERS
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PROFESSOR F. L. WASHBURN
IN all probability there will never be in the middle west a repetition of such uneasiness and alarm as prevailed during the early seventies in the states of the upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys, on account of the so-called Rocky Mountain grasshopper, Melanoplus (Caloptenus) spretus.
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THE RELATION OF EUGENICS TO EUTHENICS
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PROFESSOR LEON J. COLE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
NO attempt is made in the present paper to present a new array of facts nor to treat them in a novel light—even the title which has been chosen is not new, except perhaps in the arrangement of the words. But race improvement is a broad field, the cultivation of which is barely begun, and as in all cases when a new territory is to be occupied, a survey of the ground is of primary importance.
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NEGROES WHO OWNED SLAVES
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CALVIN D. WILSON
THE story, in its completeness, of the existence previous to the civil war, of a large number of free negro slaveholders in America has become for our generation practically a lost chapter. The fact has been almost forgotten. The full data have never been collected, and probably never will be in an exhaustive way.
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THE ADMINISTRATIVE PERIL IN EDUCATION
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PBOFESSOE JOSEPH JASTROW
PRIVILEGES must be justified by occasion. The close of an academic service of twenty-five years is the justification; the privilege assumed is an indulgence in the use of the imperious pronoun, first person singular—a considerable liberty of expression, as it substitutes conviction for argument.
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THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE
TEE DEDICATION OF TEE NEW YORK STATE EDUCATION BUILDING
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS OF THE UNITED STATES
SCIENTIFIC ITEMS
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THE New York State Education Building was dedicated on October 14, with ceremonies commensurate with the magnificence of the building and the importance of the educational work of the state which it represents. The principal address was made by the commissioner of education, Dr. Andrew S. Draper, to whose efforts the building is in large measure due, and there was a program extending over three days, with a number of important addresses.
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