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FRIDAY, MARCH1 19, 1920

THE IFMCIAN fDAILY

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BIOLOGY ' ,STUDENTS
Prof. LaItiie State-' +G tlii s Almt,.
Filled For hum"Ier Sessioii
At Clieboyga n
REGISTRATION URGED
Applications from Ohi9, Illinois,
Texas, KaniSa1s, Nebra' ska, and Induijna
have been received arnd accepted for
the annual Summer session of the
biological station it was announced
yesterday b~y Prof. G. R. Lallue, di-
rector of the station, lHe urges that
students planinizg t,) attendI the ses-
sion notify him at once since the
quota for the summer is limited.
The faculty will include several
members of the, zoology, andl botany
departments of jbeUnVersity- as well
as Dr. F. C. Gates, 'of the zoology de-
partment of.. the Kansts State Agri-
cultural coll'ege; Dr.. G. E. Nichols of
the Botany departmnt of Yale uni-
versit ', '. H. B. Hungerford of the
entoni logy department of the Uni-
versitr of Kansas, and Dr. C. W.
Creaser of the zoology department of
the lege of the City of,. Detroit:
Dlr. P, S. Welch of the zoology depart-
mnent$ here, who is studying abroad,
will return in time to attend the Sum-
mer session of the station.
Dr. ?Minna E. Jewell of the Kansas
State 'Agricultural college will return
to tht station this year, continuing
her research work in linOlogy. Sev-
eral graduate students will again do
researtch work ont parasitic worms,
Profeso r LaRue announced.
The} biological station is located on
Douglts lake, near Cheboygan, Mich.,
and i4 in session for eight weeks, be-
gianiijg June 21.
13E1$RTJT, Syria.- A French columm
has occupied Nebk, near Damascus,
which; was held by rebels. The French
claim to have suffered only slight
lossesj
TRITTHEATRES
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Mleet Illini Debaters Tonight

IExplorers Search I Guna one of the least known pr
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lalked previous attempted explora-
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f ! taken an airplane with them. The en-
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tWreous Americans, in search of wh~t regions is covered with a heavy jungle
may prove to be an ent irely now race growth and there are known to 'be
of people, are now in t he toncharte(Ic precipices 10,000 feet in height.
wilds of the Dutch East Indies under
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former head of the ethnology dlivisiorn' ta e' utseteFikr
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federal government should be op-
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Janes T. Herald, '283, Albert Stern,
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