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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AN UP TO DATE CANADIAN UNIVERSITY j m (1) Dr. Lathrop engaged on Research as to character of 1 Trench Fever. x (2) Hall, Engineering Building.- (3) Prof..A. U Clark._and student at liquid air machine, I in the only laboratory of its kind in North America. (4) Prof. W. T. MacClement and Botanical'Ctoss. (a) Old Arts BuiWing'at Qileen's University, Kingston. (6) Rabbits Jnoculated and rendered imiriune against I Influenza, under Observatiop. Dr. G. B.--Eejd (on left) and Ao- I sistant' (7) Blast Furnace in Mining'and MeUlhirgicalyBuildiDg.v (8) Convocation where the installatioa of the new, I Chancellor and Principal will take place. 1 rvl What; Queen's I r Mt BHDCE TAII.OK Principal at tlmnt't tnhtrsily. The installation of a new Chancellor I and- a new Principal on the same date I will bring a great many distinguished 1 Canadians and Americans to Queen's I University, Kingston, on October six- I ieenth. For although" a comparative- ly small University, Queen's has sent so many distinguished graduates into the world and has gained char- acter for sound learning and enler- I prise in research and education, that I it stands high among the institutions I of its kind on this Continent.. i 1 Queen's came td th'e front under J Principal Grant, who was a bom lead- I.er of men and gath'ercd round him a 1 brilliant staff of lecturers and prolcj- I sors. Under Principal Gordon, who [succeeded Grant, the University con- tinued to prosper, and the numbel of I students doubled while the mihibetof I buildinfts wai trebled. The new Prin- 1 cinal, Dr. Bruce Taylpr, has already shown his mettle by raising the h.i'f million-dollars required to fulfil the terms of an endowment of a further half million dollars promised by the late Dr. Doujlas. With a young and 1 active new Chancellor such u Mr. B, W. Eeatty, President of the Canadian' Pacific-Railway, to ie.ftd hie support, Queen's has every reason to expect to continue to go Recognizing the importance of In- dustry lo Canadian development, Queen's has carried on important in- dustrial research work, nnd Mr. G. Y. Chown, thV popular Pvegistrar, has contributed to the, endow- ment oC a Research Chair. Professor Clark, who holds the Ch.iir of has established- A. laboratory, for the .investigation of'iubstances under ex- tJ-emely low, temperatures, with tha use of liquid air and liquid hydrogen, the only laboratory of in North America. IJr; Reid has been investigating the causes and suggesl- ed cures for influenza, and has made valuable discoveries tending fe com- bat the recurrence of future epidem- ics. Professor MacClemcnt is an ex- port on the noxious fungi which would destroy bur, great C.inadian forests if left to themselves. Dr. Lathrop has been carrying 'On valuable research work oh trench nephritis, with the of discovering ttie true nature of this'curious disease of the Euro- pean battlefields. 1 The Faculty of the Queen's is conducted by Professors, who, in their own fields of work, are Just as enterprising, and the man or woman with a Queen's degree hits lent chance of succeeding in what-, ever learned profession he or she may adopt. During the year, there were 861 students registered in the Arts Faculty. Special were made by all faculties to meet the requirements of. returned .soldiers whose scholastic career had been In- terrupted by the war. Summer, If. BKATTT, W trtMnl tkc f. School in Engineering, restricted men w_ho had been oversets, saved a> academic year to a large number of such retiirned men, and was conduct- ed without. Government assiitince the expense of thn. University itself. For the last three the Arts building and the Gnnt Hall been used as a hospiUl by'the mili- tary authorities, and thert has'been abundant testimony to 'the satisfic- tion that the patients have felt in be-' ing housed so; amid such beauti- ful surroundings, The sdldier pa- tients are now twuferred releasing the room eptee for growing requirefhtnts of the Uniw ;