F. L. D. GOODRICH,
By action of the University Discipline Committee, Fred H. Daniels has
been dismissed from Ve University because of drunkenness and disorderly
JOHN B. WAITE,
To all Members of the University Staff:
Insofar as possible the July, 1924, issue of the telephone directory has
been distributed to the University offices. Anyone not having received a
copy of the above directory may have one delivered by notifying the Sec-
F" S. W. SMITH,
Secretary of University.
11 Tf area, and the eastern and western
Us OF TEXAS MAN STUcrouss I -timbers are in a way across
from the central Texas prairies. Mr.
ST T KT O Tharp's work stops with the chapar-
IT At I.U YES L Til Urel situated to the west of these di-
- - visions.
Austin, Tex., Aug. 7.-B. C. Tharp, y In discussing his work, Mr. Tharp
adjunct professor of botany ix? the said that the general causes of certain
University of Texas, is working on
the structure of the vegetation of East species of vegetation in certain soils
Texas as influenced by habitat. Mr. are known. The subtle causes, how-
Tharp has been studying this - pro- ever, of various growths and forma-
blem since the summer of 1921. He tions are yet to be discovered and
has about completed the preliminaries worked out to a plausible result.
of the work. Practically any statement or explan-
There are four large divisions, ac- ation at present would be purely hy-
cording to Mr. Tharp. The coastalI pothetical because h'is, work is still
I prairie, from Brownsville to Beau- in the formative stage..
They Speak Germany's Piece
In Allied Reparations Parley
With Germany finally given a voice in the allied conference on repara-
tions, in London, Dr. Wilhelm Marz (right), chancellor, and Gustav Strese-
mann, foreign minister, are installed as its spokesmen. The finance min-
ister of Germany, Herr Luther, is also a delegate, but no more than two
Germans will be allowed a voice in the parley at any one time.
Read The Daily "Classified" Colmns
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There is nothing on sale
here but is of the high-
est grade--also every-
All kinds, Auto-Touro, Palmetto, Regulation Wall, "Pup"
and children's Play Tents, $3.75 up.
U. S. Army Mosquito Tents.
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All kinds of heavy wool Camp and
BL[AN KET S Auto Robes, Steamer Rugs. etc. A
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Khaki. Poplin and Pongee Shirts $1.00 and up.
Flannel, Br adcloth, O. D. Wool Shirts.
Light weight Suede Leather Jackets
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All kinds--light and heavy wool, khaki, whip-cords,
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In all wool or jersey, to close
BATHING SUITS out at less than cost.
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R g aBest men's and boys' dress, work and army Shoea. Packs, hiking
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CLOSING OUT SALE STILL ON!
Surplus Supplies Store
213 N. Fourth Ave.