SHAKE-UP OF THE COLLEGE FACULTY I'ROF. KKIHTEK AfiAIN PRESI- DKNT OK LEBANON VALLEY. Board of TrusK-c.s Accepts lions of Number of Instructors anil Elects Hut-censors. A shake-up of the faculty of Lebanon Lebanon Valley college was the principal principal action tuken at the, annual business business meeting of the Board of Trusteed which me.t Tuesday afternoon at Anri- ville. The resignations of several professors wore accepted and intitruc- turs elected to fill positions vacated. Prof. Lawrence Keister was re-elected re-elected president, of the college and now enters upon his third term as head of the institution. Prof, Norman Schlichter, who was instructor in the department of English, English, has resigned, it is understood, to accept the proffer of a position on the international committee of the Young Men's Christian association. association. Prof. James Spangler, who for many years occupied the chair of Greek language and literature and Etiiics, will be succeeded by Rev. A. E. Schroyer, A. M. B. IX, of Highspire, Highspire, Dauphin county. Prof. Sliippee, who was instructor in Latin language and literature, has also resigned, but bis successor hag) not been named, although announcement announcement will be made in a few days. Prof. Bender, who was instructor in Chemistry and Physics, tendered his resignation and will be succeeded bq Rev. J. W. Owen, A. M. B. D., of Baltimore, Md. All of the newly elected instructors instructors are specialists in the line of which they have been selected to teach at Lebanon Valley college college and it. is thought that the reputation of this educational institu- lion, which in so few years has attained attained such a high standing among preparatory colleges, will be heightened heightened to a greater degree. All of the other members of the faculty wilt b» retained and as perfect perfect harmony exists the: best of results results are anticipated. Rev. A. Stratton, of Hagertown, Md.. presided presided at the meeting.