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THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1912. Gamma Phi Beta sorority here.
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. PROF. FIELD LECTURES ON
PROBLEMS OF INEMATICS. Thursday, August it5Lecture-Sub-
way Construction (illustrated)-
Explains MearVelones Presence of Prof. C. J. Tilden. - West Lecture
Mind Displayed by Falling Room, Physics building. 5 p. m.
Felines. Lecture-Creed of a Layman.-
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on "Spinning Tops and Related Phe- of Religious Workers.) Sarah Cas-
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planatiossci vario"stommon, though Friday, August 16.-Lecture-The Hu-
little understood, phenomena, such lean Aspect of Wordsworth's Poet-
as the lighting of a cat on its feet, ry.-Dr. S. F. Gingerich.-West Lee-
when falling, the drifting of a bullet ture Room, Physics building. 5 p.m.
in still air, the slicing of a golf ball Reception-to all students at Bar-
and the Brennan Mono-rail car. The bour gymnasium. 8:30 p. m.
lecture was illustrated by various in- Saturday, August 17.-Recital.-Mis-
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The lecturer introduced the subject in Interpretative Reading. Sarah
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