The twenty-fourth meeting was held January 29-30, 2010, at Northern Kentucky University.  We read from two papers by the Scottish mathematician Joseph HM Wedderburn (1882-1948): A Theorem on Finite Algebras, Trans. AMS, Vol. 6, No. 3 (Jul., 1905), pp. 349-352; and Non-Desarguesian and Non-Pascalian Geometries, Trans. AMS, Vol. 8, No. 3 (Jul., 1907), pp. 379-388.  The first of these papers includes three proofs (!) of the celebrated theorem that carries Wedderburn's name, that every finite division algebra is a field; the second proves the existence of finite geometries in which Desargues's Theorem fails. (As it turned out, we had little time to explore the second of these two papers.)