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ERNEST R. NICHOLS, A. M. (University of Iowa)..........
President
JOHN D. WALTERS, M. S. (K. S. A. C.)......
Professor of Industrial Art and Designing
ALEXANDER B. BROWN, (Boston Music School), A. M. (Olivet)............... ... Professor of Music
JULIUS T. WILLARD, M. S. (K. S. A. C.).
.Professor of Chemistry
EDWIN A. POPENOE, A. M. (Washburn)..
..... Professor of Entomology and Zoology
BENJ. L. REMICK, Ph. M. (Cornell College)....
...Professor of Mathematics
BENJ. F. EYER, B. S. (Armour Inst. of Tech.).....Prof. of Physics and Electrical Engineering
HERBERT F. ROBERTS, A. B. (U. of K.), M. S. (K. S. A. C.)..
Professor of Botany
Professor of Philosophy

MRS HENRIETTA W. CALVIN, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)....
RALPH R. PRICE, A. M. (U. of K.).
JULIUS E. KAMMEYER, M. A. (Centrál Wesleyan
OSCAR ERF, B. S. Agr. (Ohio University)..
JOSHUA D. RICKMAN, (I. T. U.).....

WILLIAM A. MCKEEVER, A. M. (U. of K.)....
EDMUND B. MCCORMICK, S. B. (Mass. Inst. Tech.), Prof. of Mech. Engineering, Supt. of Shops
NELSON S. MAYO, M. S. (M. A. C.), D. V. S. (Chicago Vet. Coll.).. Prof. of Veterinary Science
ALBERT DICKENS, M. S. (K. S. A. C.)......................
Professor of Horticulture
CLARK M. BRINK, A. M (U. of R.), Ph. D. (Univ. of City of New York)... Professor of English
ANDREW S. ROWAN, Captain Nineteenth Infantry, U.S. A...... Professor of Military Science
ALBERT M. TEN EYCK, B. Agr. (Wisconsin)..
Professor of Agriculture, Supt. of Farm
.Professor of Domestic Science
.Professor of History and Economics
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... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ............. Professor of Oratory
.Professor of Dairy and Animal Husbandry
.. Superintendent of Printing
Superintendent of Domestic Art
.Principal Preparatory Department
Librarian
.Director of Physical Training

MISS MARIAN JONES, M. S. (K. S. A. C.)...
BENJ. S. MCFARLAND, A. M. (Miami)
MISS MARGARET J. MINIS, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)..
MISS ESTELLA M. FEARON, B. S. (K. S. A. C.).

MISS LORENA E. CLEMONS, B. S. (K. S. A. C.).....

Secretary

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William Baxter.....

Miss Ada Rice, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)...

Louis Wabnitz

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JACOB LUND, M. S. (K. S. A. C.)........... ..Superintendent Heat and Power Department
MISS JOSEPHINE C. HARPER, A. M. (Bethany), Absent on leave.... Asst. Prof. of Mathematics
MISS ALICE RUPP, (Indiana State Normal).
Assistant Professor of English
CLARENCE L. BARNES, D. V. M. (Cornell University).... Asst. Professor of Veterinary Science
JOHN O. HAMILTON, B. S. (Chicago)..
Assistant Professor of Physics
OSCAR H. HALSTEAD, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
CHARLES E. PAUL, S. B. (Mass. Inst. Tech.) Asst. Professor of Mechanical Engineering

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William L. House...

Robert H. Brown, B. M. (Kan. Con. of Music), B. S. (K. S. A. C.)...
William Anderson, B. S. (K. S. A. C.).

Miss Gertrude Barnes....

Miss Ina E. Holroyd, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)....

Miss Hetty G. Evans, (Mass. Normal Art School)
Vernon M. Shoesmith, B. S. (Mich. Agr. Coll.)

Miss Eleanor Harris, B. M. (Chicago College of Music)..

Theo. H. Scheffer, A. B. (U. of K.)...

Miss Kate Tinkey...

Roscoe H. Shaw, B. S. (N. H. C. A. & M. A.)..
Walter E. Mathewson, B. S. (K. S. A. C.).......

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Earl N. Rodell. B. S. (K. S. A. C.)

Miss Mildred Shaw, A. B. (Washburn)..

Miss Caroline Hopps, Ph. D. (University of Chicago).

Miss Helen Thompson, B. S. (K. S. A. C.). .
Miss Ella Weeks, A. B. (U. of K.)

Miss Flora Rose (Farmingham Mass. Normal)
Miss Clara Pancake, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)......
R. F. Booth, B. S. (Northwestern).

R. J. Kinzer, B. S. Agr. (Iowa State College)..
Frank M. McClenahan, A. M. (Yale).
Geo C. Wheeler, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)...
Miss C. Jeanette Perry, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)
Miss Alice M. Melton, B. S. (K. S. A. C.).....
Miss Minerva Blachly, B. S. (K. S. A. C.)....
Miss Matilda Doll..
Charles Hughes..
William R. Lewis...

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.Foreman of Carpenter Shop
Assistant in Music
Assistant in Mathematics
Assistant Librarian
.Foreman of Greenhouses
Assistant in English
Foreman of Machine Shops
Assistant in Preparatory Department
Assistant in Drawing
Assistant in Agriculture
Assistant in Music
Foreman in Foundry
Assistant in Entomology
Assistant in Botany

.Assistant in Preparatory Department
Assistant in Domestic Art

. Assistant in Domestic Art
Assistant Chemist, Experiment Station
Assistant in Chemistry
Assistant in Zoology

. Assistant Librarian Assistant in Printing Assistant in Mathematics Assistant in English

Assistant in Preparatory Department
Assistant in Drawing
Assistant in Domestic Science
Assistant in Domestic Science
..... Assistant in Physics
Assistant in Animal Husbandry
Assistant in Chemistry
Assistant in Feeding Experiments
Executive Clerk
.......Clerk in Director's Office
Bookkeeper
.. Clerk in Post-office
.Secretary to the President

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.....Janitor

THE INDUSTRIALIST.

VOL. 30. MANHATTAN, KAN., SEPTEMBER 22, 1903.

No. 1

THE HABIT OF CAREFULNESS.

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VERYONE knows how a garment, after having been worn a certain time, clings to the shape of the body better than when it was new; there has been a change in the tissue, and this change is a new habit of cohesion. A lock works better after being used some time; at the outset more force was required to overcome certain roughness in the mechanism. The overcoming of their resistance is a phenomenon of habituation. It costs less trouble to fold a paper when it has been folded already; . . . and just so in the nervous system the impressions of outer objects fashion for themselves more and more appropriate paths, and these vital phenomena recur under similar excitements from without, when they have been interrupted a certain time." Thus writes M. Léon Dumont of the effect of habit upon the nervous system; but it is none the less true of the many, many little habits which do not appreciably react upon the physical being, but which nevertheless go to make up the individual, who is in reality only a "bundle of habits." Students are too prone to overlook the little things of life and to think that only the great actions count in the formation of character; but it might be well ever to hold in mind that trifles make character, but character is no trifle.

The habit of careful, systematic and absolutely neat work wherever the student may be employed, whether in the workshop, the study, or in his room, goes far to counteract many of the little deficiencies of his work, which may in time be largely overcome by this very trait of painstaking attention to details. The student who attempts to study in a room where his hat and coat are upon the floor or bed, half his books behind his trunk, which perchance stands open, and the other half on his table, where are a confusion of pencils, erasers, ink-bottles, daily papers, magazines, straps, neckties, nails, and the like, will probably find that his mind is in a corresponding state of chaos, and, moreover, when he

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