After 40 years in professional chairs, an eminent teacher is retiring to rest and t@ devote himself to the labor which he loves best. He is Dr. Frederick J. Turner of Harvard. With the close of the term he leaves for Madison, Wis., where, in his retirement, he will write on American, especially on western American history.

His title as a great teacher rests not only on his personal ability but on the achievements of his pupils. No less than four of them are now his colleagues in professional...

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