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Professor C. R. Morris, whom you will know as Professor of Philosophy. It is a sincere pleasure to welcome the name of Morris back into the faculty role of the department of Philosophy, for some of you will recall that George Sylvester Morris was, from 1883 to 1889, head of the Department of Philosophy. Dr. Wenley, in sug gesting Professor Morris as his substitute during the additional year that he is to be away, paid Professor Morris the highest compliment that he could conceive, for he wrote of Morris, "He is a stocky man, fair tending to ruddy, and much more like a Scot than an Englishman." Professor Morris has been teaching philosophy in Balliol College, Oxford, where he was graduated. During the World War he served in the Royal Artillery in France. He is the author of "History of Political Ideas," and has written among other papers three, which were published in, the London Royal Aristotelian. Professor Morris will speak (during the coming year to his pupils) on the subjects, "Political Philosophy," "The Philos ophy of Plato," and "The Philosophy of Aristotle."