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Image 5 of The State College cadet, vol. 8, no. 1, October 1897

Part of The State College cadet

rig;. C `i}HE. a%~%~- * / . . . . _ . ii y=- .;.:1.; ~ aa 0 O U 4 O a 0 er or 1 o n ri; I.; A ;_y*~~4s~n Vol. 8. LEXINGTON, KY., OCTOBER, 1897. No. 1. A PROF. ARTHUR MILLERS LETTER. A ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 3. V. DEAR PREs1DENT: Your letter received here today. N It was forwarded from Moscow. After studying the mat- ter over carefully I had already determined to give up the Caucasus trip, and will make instead a hasty tour by way of Sebastopol, Odessa, Constantinople, Athens, Ca- y tania in Sicily (to see Etna) to Naples, sailing from there in all probability on the Enis, October 1, and arriving in New York about October 12 or 13. The Congress closes day after tomorrow. It is the largest and in every way the most successful ever held. T The recognition it has received in Russia has been most .. gratifying. There are between 900 and 1,000 members U in attendance. Russia, Germany, the United States, ? France, England is the order the leading countries rank in members present. Many of the members have been on the differt excur- sions preceding the Congress, and all bring back the _ same reportreceived everywhere with the most lavish hospitality and the heartiest good will. I Here in St. Petersburg it has been a continuous round . of entertainment. The Grand Duke Constantine Con