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Our idea of hell is infinite ambition July 29, 5:00 p. sm.-"Rffects of Motion
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Pllilosoplly. trated lecture by Irofessor C. J. Til-
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osophy of souse uen is so extremely ical laboratory.j
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do somethsing foolish. lecture room ofa the physical labe-
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think he could run a ntewspaper bet- Shsakespearean Reading.
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