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upon which he was not ready to suggest, advise, assist the groping mind in its search for the truth.

He was extraordinarily versatile in the class-room. He would lecture with a piece of chalk in each hand, sketching at the same time ambidextrously upon the blackboard the figure he was describing. Never did the lecture degenerate into a mere description of the figure. The figure he was describing was the figure in his mind, the figure that he was thereby suggesting in the student's mind. Such description and all the other instrumentalities of the class-room and laboratory were always kept in their proper place and proportion as means to the end of knowledge and insight. His artistic sense was too fine to allow them ever to degenerate into mere ends in themselves ; the technique of his teaching was in itself a work of art, the more that it was unconscious on his part. His courses in neurology, embryology, and histology were primarily courses in thinking. This is no doubt the reason why so many of his students look back upon his teaching as the period of their intellectual awakening.

One of his colleagues at Denison University says of him : "All who knew Professor HERRICK loved him. Different friends had different reasons for loving him, but all agreed in loving. Christian people loved him because he was a loyal Christian man. Intellectual people loved and admired him because of his brilliant and keen intellect; and men in general loved him because they saw in him a true and noble man loving the truth and living it out in his daily life."

As has been said of another : “He did his work with a quietness which concealed its power. He contributed to science our best example of the scientific temper. He was a profound thinker. He was a successful teacher. He was a lover, in. spirer, and leader of youth.”

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The Central Nervous System of Rodents. Preliminary Paper. Bul. Sci. Lab. Denison Univ., 5, 35-95, 19 pl. (With W. G. Tight).

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Lecture Notes on Attention. An Illustration of the Employment of Neurological Analogies for Psychical Problems. Journ. Comp. Neur., 6, 5-14.

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