_______ U SMNR EU hil?___PACIR THRct
Set DURING SUMMER
By Marian Thornton
Fossils and several well-preserved
crinoids were collected from the
New Providence shale of Mississipi-
an age by Dr. G. M. Ehlers of the
geology department during the
summer session of the geology and
geography departments which is
held in the Cumberland river val-
ley each summer, he stated yester-
Some of these crinoids which are
related to star-fish and sea urchins
may prove to be new and will be
studied by the advanced students
during the coming winter.
This region, rich in geological in-
terest, is the laboratory of the geol-
ogy or geography student.
"Students in advanced courses do
research work on various problems,
the results of which will be pub-
lished in later publications. An in-
- teresting project of the summer
session just completed was the mak-
W)-_ ing of a structural map of a cer-
price tam region where one gas well had
iring been drilled a few years ago. This
on is structural map enabled the owners
)over to locate the favorable points at
Is by which they should drill for gas.
s yThe map has proved to be accurate
in every detail. This shows the
ican practical type of work being accom-
en- plished," according to Dr. Ehlers.
xrg This year a group in physiogra-
e are phy and geography studied a new
ding cave, the study of which was start-
nded ed by Professors Scott and James
ners, of the station staff. Part of the
nent passageways and chambers have al-
rme- ready been mapped and it is felt
that in one more summer there
take will be an interesting paper with re-
our gard to this research.
d be The activities of the camp along
cot- the recreational line are confined
beef, mainyl to baseball. This year the
not- camp team did not fare so well
d be against the villages which were
any very proud about beating the U. of
ned. M. team.
his Summer work is in two parts: six
ex- weeks at the station and a short
heat reconnaisance trip across the Cum-
1 of berland Plateau, Appalachian Val-.
ley with its ridges, the Great Smoky
Mountains. Piedmont Plateau, and1
AS the Atlantic Coastal Plain. Thisl
trip gives the student an opportun-
ity to see the most classic region
geologically and geographically in
the United States.
z AT CAMP IN SOUTH
This mountain is only 100 feet low-
er than Mt. Mitchell and is one of
the highest east of the Rockies.
From the top can be obtained an
excellent idea of the physiography
of the entire Smoky Mountain re-
"The summer's work has been
very successful," said Dr. Ehlers,
"in spite of the fact that a most
unusual number of the famous
Kentucky shootings occurred every
week. None of the boys, however,
suffered any injury, and accom-
plished some very valuable work."
DEBT PLAN ACCORD9
Financial Authorities Settle on
Terms of Hoover Program
at London Session.
LONDON, Aug. 11.-(JP)-Com-
plete agreement has been reached
on measures designed to make the
Hoover reparations holiday plan ef-
fective, it was announced today in
an official communique issued by
the international experts charged
with dovetailing the Hoover plan
and the Young plan.
"Complete agreement was reach-
ed," the communique said, "as re-
gards the detailed measures re-
quired to give effect to President
Hoover's proposal in case of pay-
ments by Germany under The
Hague agreement of Jan. 20, 1930.
"Recommendations of the experts
in regard to suspension of these
payments have been approved by
the governments of Australia, Can-
ada, Czecho-Slovakia, Greece, India,
New Zealand, Portugal, Rumania
and South Africa, and a formal pro-
tocol to give effect to these rec-
ommendations will be signed at the
foreign office on behalf of those
governments this afternoon.
"Agreement also was reached in
regard to detailed measures for sus-
pension of interallied war debts to
the United Kingdom, France and
Italy of payments under agreement
"Agreement also was reached on
the principle that payments due by
Hungary under the Paris agreement
of April 28, 1930, and payments by
Bulgaria under The Hague agree-
ment of Jan. 20, 1930, should be
suspended during the year ending
June 30, 1932.
"But in this case certain adjust-
ments must be made, as complete
suspension of these payments might
result in suspension of certain class-
es of payments to individuals which
under President Hoover's proposal
were not to be affected.
"Accordingly the committee
agreed in principle that all pay-
ments to funds 'A' and 'B' under
the agreement signed at Paris on
April 20, 1930, should be continued
during the Hoover year.
FLOODS DROWN MANY
BOMBAY, Aug. 11.-(P)-Many
persons have been drowned and
thousands are destitute in the Mul-
van district 150 miles south of Bom-
bay, on account of floods brought
on by the abnormal monsoon.
of you e" n
....says U. S. report
X OU may call it toe itch ,golf this fun
itch-the "doc" ilay call it reinfect
ringworm-millions of people time th
who catch it, call it "Atblete's damp f
Foot"-but all of them are the
same. A ringworm parasite, Absc
tinea trichophyton by name,
causes that redness between the "AT
toes with i-t-c-h-i-n-g. Tiny
blisters or a thick, rn.oist skir Tests i
condition maybe another symn- "lab"
tom. Again dryness, with litthi Absorb
scales, is a signal. like t;
"At least half of all aduw wherev
suffer from it at some time,
says the U. S. Public Healtm It
Service. In universities as far exai i
apart as Pennsylvania and Cat- the f.
fornia 50% of the men have u. menti,
And the co-eds are not immune Absor L
It lurks in the very places yentV;
where we all go for cleanliness exposue
and health-on the edges of floors.
swimming pools and showers- W. F. Y
in gymnasiums-on locker- and Massacl
dressing-room floors. It spite of
modern sanitation (you have to
boil socks 15 minutes to kill it)
FOR YEARS HAS RELIEVED SORE
MUSCLES, MUSCULAR ACHES, BRUISES,
BURNS, CUTS, SPRAINS, ABRASIONS
ngus parasiteincets and
ts bare feet almost any
iey come in contact with
rrbine Jr. kills the
n a famous New York
brave revealed that
inc Jr. penetrates flesb.
*Sues deeply arc] 1bTg
-- it penetrates,i
t e a bad idea to
- r feet tonight. At
t sX = of the symptoms
)eCd here, douse on
ao Jr. And keep a bottle
in your locker as a pre.
C. Use it after every
re of bare feet on damp
At all druggists-$1.25.
oung, Inc., Springfield,
For the first time since it has
been built, the pool in the Intra-
mural building will be open to
women students between six and
seven o'clock Friday evening.
The pool, which is much larger
than the one at the Union is ex-
cellently equipped and the women's
physical education department has
secured it for the last swimming'
party which they are sponsoring
this summer session.
Afterwards, there will be a.plate
supper at the Women's Athletic
building for all of the swimmers.
Those who are planning to attend
must sign up on the bulletin board
in Barbour gymnasium before
Hwjrx Whoofle is doing nicely,
All The $4.75 Values
hr - - .,
Let Kodak save
the fun-for more
fun tomorrow and
And One Group of
$9.75 Values In the
Downstairs - Store
You'll be startled when you see
these summer frocks at this un-
beliveably low price . . . for
they are, indeed E X C E P-
TIONAL VALUES! Perfectly
charming dresses . .. the most
important styles for every oc-
casion, in such an interesting
variety . . . you'll find many
refreshing additions to your
For Daytime Wear there
are crepe, shantung, and
sheer silk dresses. Plenty
of prints, coin dots, and
For Sport Wear there are
sleeveless and short s I e e v e
frocks, and jacket suits in solid
of contrasting colors.
For Formal Afternoon and in.
formal evening wear you will
see the most important or-
gandy, chiffon, and crepe
SIZES FOR MISSES AND
° % .
Carry one of
you this summer.
Let us take
f the smart new colored Kodaks with
For best results, keep it loaded with
care of your picture-making needs.
Moderate prices. Photo finishing of
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
Three Dependable Stores
South State Street
South State and Packard
Cor. East and South University
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