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Ca a inCrisis Iruin-nnlar~ Professor N. Guyenot of theUniver- i TAMPICO.-Mordel Vincent, general
a u r , .3 I IlS ~sty of Geneva has succeeded in creat- manager of the Atlantic, Gulf & WPest
I F N psets C bn U~U ing new sight in animals" by grafting ;Indies Petroleum Co., is suffering
DAI LY uF Ci i-~i
OFFI IAL 8 U LET Y! ILLHELOTHIIEN a new eye on an. optic nerve from
theUnvesit. op reeiedat heofice ~III' E.ELvIH 4EA which the original eye had been de- Irmsa on nteadmn
Pbiainin the Bulletin is constructive ntc oalmmeso a tached. It is Professor Guynot s anncitclmA n
tUn rit y . (11:30ea.im.dSaturdayo).ceof the Summer Session D)TRITzJuyz'-A P)-heto carry the work to humnanswhen he1 identified assailant attacked him in his
VoueV AIUAJL 0 96Number $grwn pouatyofeniisv- has further perfected it. room.
denced by the holding this year of
mare than 300 tournaments in the Patronize Dally Avrle~-Av arnz al Advertisers.-Av
Graduate School: },1[I.nited States carrying the sanction
After Saturday, July 17, and until the middle of September the dean of the United States Lawn Tennis As-
will be out of town. Students wishing conference should call at the office, sciation. One of, these, the national
before the eighteenth; any morning between 10:30 and 12:00, or Wednesday clay court championships, is now in Ls i e loa
oThursday afternoon, July 14 r15,btween3:00 ad 4:00,- I prgress n tLasturtTimesheTetday
Alfred . Lloyd. ;~Tennis Club. ___________________________________
The play here is the second of the r-~o
Laodscape Ilesigu: year~~T for a national title. The first iQ er ne" h S aB as
Courses 1'01 and 102 will meet on Monday, July 19 and 26 but not July. ,was held last month at Haverford, Pa, in He LatestrlTriumnph
12, Aubrey Tealdi. where the national intercollegiateHe
s Y> ,championships were played.
Women's League: The high point in Amerian tennis
Committees of the Women's League are serving tea daily from 3 :30 to this year is, of course, the Davis Cup
5:00 In Barbour Gymnasium. All women on the campus ate cordially invited. Challenge round which, Wimbledon
Grace. Richards. x notwithstanding, is generally regarded
______as determining the world champion-
Phi Delta Kappa Luncheon: dsa "ixShips in the men's doubles and singles
Weekly luncheon of Phi Delta Kappa will be held Tuesday. July 13, at " 'Ohe .maortornmetsofth ya
12 noon, at the Lantern Shop, corner of South University and Willard. Dean incudthe ajortunaetsoftcheyard
Kraus of the Summer Session will speak. All members of the faculty, of th oe' aioa ige n
any chapter, are urged to attend, i Doubles Championships, both at For- I
Hlerold C. !lun, President < est Hills, L I., the National Doubles at.y_!"
"h slews:ti < w Boston, and the Men's National singles
TecusinRltvtanComcPhysics by Dr. C. St. John, Ph,ysi- The 300 sanctioned tournaments in-;
Thiore nRltiiyad omcdude state title affairs In several A G M yey-Comedy ofits
Gist at the Mount Wilson Solar Observatory will be given during the secondI
half of the Summer Session, the lectures beginning next week. The course lases.hereuri ngct o~edhin-eekAdded--
may be elected for one hour credit by those who have had work in Atomic aln1hr r 2 aindcain-LYDE COOTKII'EBNAGt1'ON.aL NEWYS
Structure or Spectral Series or their equivalent. That a Suitable hour may z t , ionushipaarsobteicontrflyd n"WAN IRn-;PP~"PAI RV
be chosen for the lectures it is requested that those wishing to attend thisjariosptsfthcuny,"ANr>tl 1 Pr1ERVW
course leave their names at the clerk's office in the New Physics BuildingS
at their earliest convenience. The hour for the lecture will be announced pn0Q~l incoTeBt
'late. H. M. Randall. TWoomicie"h Bt
Wmn's Educational Club: -One0 of the several interesting social
Miss Mabel C. Bragg, Assistant Superintendent of Public Schools, New- 'A (o nsat he C risi s 1llw~ahaservea tuedil.-aPinconius
totn, Massachusetts, will tell a series of children's stories at the Women's e o nea!h J ibea hoela-day afternoon on the site of the won-uainlCui-TpaMna vnnJl 2 , :5. hMceni riacvrlbie' r.rfr~aktr tKnho kms
Ethel Wooden, Puldicty Chairman. rth Premi rship.Arthur Meihan , Ms'rn icho rnso
____________________________________________________________________ (onservativ leade r below, is his.! City third ice-president of the State
NE OK eln iuri i successor. ILeague and chairman of the commit-1 Last TimesTo a
Alcask~a Produces NEW YO- -" i liur nvo- - cte on attendance, reports a largeTo a
2V ajriyrf eas ation of the law is not in itself an 'l AI N~L,. J.-As a golfer, Al┬░ advance regstration. Information Is
Ma~nray d O Seasact of disorderly conduct. A ,disorder-I Smith is a good governor. Nhlle he i vailabie at the League's state head-
ly conduct fine imposed bry a miagis-' usually plays in order to have an ex-quresa h Wo n'CiyCb
SEATTLE, JULY 20.--Furs shipped trate on a Turf Club waiter for selling cuse for a atht he did have to con- building in Detroit. The school is 01
from Alaska to the United States liquor was annulled today on the ess to a thrill in smiting a fifteen! open to anyone who is interested
since Its purchase in 1867 have been ground that the water's 'act did. not footer. Now show that to Hagen, he 1 fier' it I$*
appralsed at $98,800,000. The value~ annoy, disturb or offend, I0to1 Governor Slzer. Patronilze Daily Advertisers- Av.
of, last year's output was $3,000,000. ___________________________________
Ninety per cent of the world's fur-
seals are In a herd owned by the Un- E I"
ited States government in the PrOb'l-
lof Islands, off the coast' of Alaska,.AGISr~ts
000. Government sales of fur seal(
skins during the fiscal year ending MID-SUMMER SALE of .TEXT and REFERENCE BOOKSYoitk Ma
June 30, 1924, totalled $528,823. 3 te
TOKIO.-The Russian ambassador Our Bargain Counter Awaits You. Additions Daily oyu
fo Japan, Victor Kopp, left yesterday
"for Moscow, ostensibly for a vacation,-U V RST
pbut is believed to have been called U IE ST
for" an Asiatic conference at which H RS BOOKSTORE Anddvil
diplomatic changes and a new oriental Also ISS NORMANAn
policy willtbe worked out. COMEDY____________And ATS
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