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12 MOUNT ST. CHARLES SCHOLASTIC. Rev. Peter F. McDonald is a native of Prince Edwards Island. After graduating from the Public School and spending one year in P. W. College he taught in the Public Schools of Prince Edwards Island for five years. Father McDon ald then entered Saint Dunstan’s College and grad uated four years afterwards with the degree A. B. In 1907 he entered St. Paul’s Seminary, St. Paul, Minn., and was ordained for the Helena Diocese on June 9th, 1911. Was appointed a professor of Mount St. Charles in Sept., 1911, and will be Prefect of Discipline for the coming Col lege year. R ev . P etek M c D onald , A. B. Mathematics. Rev. James G. Tougas graduated from the Wor cester grammar grades in 1900, took his classical course at Montreal with the Sulpician Fathers, entered the Seminary of Philosophy six years later, and was ordained in 1911, at the Grand Seminary, obtaining at that time the Baccalaureate of Canon Law. He is General Prefect and a very proficient teacher of Languages. R ev . J as . G. T ougas , Languages. Rev. James Nolan is the only Montana-born priest the College is possessing. A graduate of St. Thomas’ Seminary, St. Paul, Minn., he went to Rome to com plete his theological studies, and with his experience abroad, is very capable handling the preparatory de partment, in which the formation of young minds is of such high importance. We feel that the young generation of Montana could not be entrusted to a more capable and painstaking man. R ev . J ames M. N olan .