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THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHRJAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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Arkansas' Most Distinguished Woman 'FOSSILS FROM TEXAs
Is Artist-Author From Fort Smith Mnno nren

HELBRE'WS UT'SE LOST
RADJIO BVUREA 11 REWARDj for watch left in the Vn j

HOUSE FOR RENT
NEAR CAMPUS, half of double
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Su v orr r ~ iiBy :associated Pres~i please notifyi Catherine E. Grind- fire place, sleping porch, dlormitory.
_____ IiRUS.ALEM, July 8. 11ebrew!l iey, 724 East University Av-e. Dial Phone 8449. 1 6-17-18
AUSTIN, Texas, July 7.-Fossils, newspaper offices at Tel-Aviv have 21146 15-16-17
collected in the vicinity of Austin ;ICbeen Ct tilig their news~ quickly andl FOR RENT
nearly a century ago, and at lpresenlt '(:IIIlc' in81cethinlL~troductn ofra- LS-ewldBeta Theta FRPEN-Sngeiooni pivt
ini European museums, have been re-, dio news FFrom the F uropeanl capitals. beweiHlnNebry residence hoeoohr omr.Da
cenitly studied by wV. S. Adkins, asso- Two enterprising radio enthusiasts anibay. Reward. Phone 3881,; 1
ciate geologist of the Bure~au of Eco- lla e ' orlaC what they call a Radio Ciondon. 16- ________________6692._________ 17__
nomic Geology of the Universi'ity of Xe vt hlea Li. anditl ne in oni [ome; FOR SALE
Txs u otepeaec fii-llerlin. Alo,,ow, P aris andL ondon{ LOST-Dark rinmed glasses In black:,______________________________
tae,~ea oc rnig tl osldi leather case. Finder please return FOR SALE-1921 Ford Sedan -will-
tye o hi egohi or s fjWithI the a i of an amuplion and a to Marion Howland, 718 Monroe. ing t eosrt t capab~ilities.
Much imlportan1ce to those interested E :tenIographer, the tiews is transcrib~ed j 61I hn 57atr30.161
11 ol dvelpmen. 1110in ~to lQ\V a fnd flashed to Hi e news-
SProfessori Adkins studied in Eug- p z 3 p e r 1s.(and ubl icat ion folio ws on l y? ~./"I~l1 .lI'I,.r~J.~//.6/.Y.r/!lJ/.~1 ~Jd/
lanrd, France and Germany, and to ad- ~~tslt I i~i nLno
dition did considerable field work onl ; ;iib~'riI4. for Vilbe Sumlatiler Daiily.j
" fthe continent. He scutred l 11aster Wme-s n -ei -1 e 5i
casts of type specimens ini the Euro-vv te
pe- uemthus snaking foreign Classified A ds h t o
study unnecessary for future workers It in sto W ieS a o
in11this field. W aNt Ll) u(lflSb va
Some of the best collections of ___________________
Texas fossils are ill Europe; that of N.\ \'lI, I Law student for positio cleaning. T hey know
tile Alte Aktadenlie in Munich is n- fr hite anTtrst bsinss. ddrss
us ually (:om1p1let e, antd especially in t~o: Industrial Bank Building, Flint ho w c~ar~ef~.ull.y e ' e " .
I' eitiat let ies.ithg~ ft~article is handled, howr
satisfactory the work will
-be, ho w reasonable the t
charge.
a - 4287,
of the -21816
G3eorg-e~ -
rsity of
YrilI' Just this greatly reduced down payment to give you r i
0 hsa whole summer olf recd in rrnUl ~i Think =
le Alx- what it will rncnto )-ou t3 u n A .' Po: ilve -
Iui)tiol - Agitation" Hoover- Il Ir i, in ordinary-
d since cleaning time, thani h1:r1 iu or: i's standard."
ar only =' White S/van
bonds, - Fr a limited. time ii :' . 'e with dusting
go'veri- = tools at a ccxn , { : ". ;; frI it.-,1b au cl y o
foir free Ludyiuinc uien.ii.tt. -
of Mlar- =
'ei ti = l1*
fihe nla- rr" A n rorsLeading Cleaners1
west of

The State of Arkansas, in ' a king stock" of her distinguished cit
has unofficially decided that Mrs. Thyra Samter Winslow, of Fort Sm:
her most vital and imlportant womaii.Nlrs. Winslow is highly success
an author and as a patron of all artistic pursuits.

Non-Resident
Instructors
Are Numerous
Professor-George I. Stew'~art of the
Utilversity of California arid Associate
Professor John H. Caskey of H-ill's-
dale College are among the non-resi-
dent faculty mnembers of the 1926i Sum-,
zner session of this University. The
former is conducting courses in Eng-
lish and American literatutre, the lat-
ter in English drama and novel.
Benjamin Dean Mleritt, assistant
professor of classics at, Princeton
University, is instructing in the de-
p~artment of Greek and Latin.
Other visiting professors, whose work
lies in science, are eonducting re-
search in ornithology, botany, and
zoology at the Michigan Biological
station at Douglas lake in northern
Michigan. 'These are Herbert Barker
Hungerford, professor of entomology
at the University of Kansas and
Charles W. Creaser, associate profes-
sor of zoology at Detroit City college.I
In the field of botany are Professor
George Elwood Nichols of the Shef-
field Scientific school, Yale i.?niver-
sity, and associate Professor Frank
Caleb gates of Kansas State Agri-
cultural college. Professor Nichols is
a member of various forestry, geo-
graphic, and botanical associations
and contributor of many papers on
American vegetation.
The Law School claims this summerc
five professors from other colleges.
These are Merton Leroy Ferson, dean
of the law school at the University of
North Carolina, Rollin M. Perkins,
professor of law at the University of
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Iowa, Prof. MJmes L. Parks
University of Missouri, Prof,
Pturcell (Costigan of the lUnive
California, and Prof. Mtc
Schlneblyv of Indiana University
MIEXICO CITY. ---KI Versa
learned authoritatively that th
(; n national Railways, in re's
of its dlebt service, suspende
:Tune, 191 4, will 1ay this yes
interest on its first notgage
which are guiaranlteced bry the
ment.
I'}i ._I-7"h¢> 'allied armlosCS
slyais(Chang 'Tso-Lh tt ad \Wu
areA making only slow progr
their geit erA advance against
tional armies, strongly eat'
along a front north west aind
Pekino.

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