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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 January 1930

<? i V J RICE T H RJE8HER 8Mi«n ■ -a r v| I 4: 1 I I J I 1 Owls and Others BY GARDNER BOULE. "Well, that Just goes to show how much the experts know about pick- ing all-confereuee rootbull teams. Here wan this young Power kid down at Jtice that nobody knew was down there at all. Uustandlng ends were tow and far between In this conference, with the exception of Schoonover of Arkansuw, yet If my memory serves me right, llils Itlce player was practically overlooked because he played on u hopeless team. * * * "He turned in defensive game at, Dallus yesterday which Would have done credit to the great Itags Mat- thews, who, us any fair-minded per- son knows, was one of the greatest ends of all time, all places. Had this performance by Power been put up against poor opposition a slow- moving or powel'-iuckng machine, it would not have registered so large, but the ltlce flash was up against a bona-breaking, lightning powerhouse which rode down other opposition almost as It pleased. * ♦ "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 10 January 1930

RIOE THRESHER HAIR YEAR GROUP TO HEAR T. L. EVANS AT WEDNESDAY MEET Election of Officers For Second Term Is Also Scheduled With th'' "lection (if officer* for 'lit* new term ami two spec,lies as Ion (,tjr (.if t!i• • fimil m• ■ ■ ■• It>K ol the firm t< nil. tli. Kiigim i riliI- Society w ill be cm lint I ',ti> order ..ii 7 I!" W"i.'ilu osd.ay evening .lltiiuiiry 15. w I In- r-'llriilK prt'Mii'f'iil V\ 5till11 Wrlutll. Vrt usual, the ,-i"-.siri;i will In- (i>■ 1«1 in senior i utti i* if it'i 1 ' •T. I . l-lvans. !it >• ~Uli-i>( of thi- notary •"hill/lit [IliUSIon jll.l'l 111:'fill I'll" III" ||II .I.i.1." ""tie Mll'l ■ i" 111" l"ti 11 fi 'ill ii.lll:- I 1.11 ' i'I 111 I H.l lioiisailill I 1 I'll I 1II • r ill I ' ai; II l" IV" iViili n, i i il rki;s s llii-' 11. ill i at s mi I >i i ttifHV!if nlid f'1.ir.-U'i' I rani lurutl < iiw.il m ' Mi itdljl'i-'lt-il tills l.ttlit lii iUtU'lf'Cil I'lijW 1ft, ..Ifi'iis ^'f'llflflllll'fil aplie.il : CI I'"| \\ ■ ,'vffurtl R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1930

I t ft *1 * * 4 ■ft ( A 1 Who ia the h*MP council T Who la proaManft of auoh and auoh a aooioty? On IMga four you wilt find a eomplota orfanitatlon dl- roetory. Clip It and Mop it for future roforonoo. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE For your eonvonloneo Tho THroahor will carry oaoh wook an announsomont of aoeioty matting*, e I u b meeting*, ate. under the caption of "Campus Cel. ondar." VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1930 NO. 16 MENDELL IS ELECTED TO PRESIDENCY OF ENGINEERING GROUP Officers for Second Term Chosen at Meeting Wednesday BY S. ROSS POND Dan MendeII Jr. of Houston, vice j president of the Rice Institute Engl neering Society for the first term, was elected to the presidency of the society Wednesday night. His term of office will expire at the end of school in Julie. Other officers elected by the soci- ety are as follows: Fred Mahaffey Jr. of Houston, vice-president; Btrcli Wallls of Penlson, secretary: Hick Yancey of Sicily Island, Lu., treas- urer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1930

RICE THRESHER THE SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. 8. DRAKE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute during the month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April. May, and the laet two weeka of September. Entered ae second olasa matter October 17, 1918, at the postofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. about him i> that once he was solv- ing a complicated equation with the aid of a slide rule. The bell raag be- (ore be finished, and working fran- tically he reached a solution in this manner; " all of which is equal to the square root of four, or (consult- ing the slide rule again) one point nine nine nine nr. for all practical purposes, two." Yes. we still have the absent mind- ed professor, or perhaps we should say Ted Strong Robert Hi men Elbert Turner Howe S. DrnUe.. Isaac (larriitt Gardner Soule Mary Halite Kerry AHhir/l Hill Herbert Hollfrass io i Hi?th <; i f11'11: ai'tlfC Keillor Alice Seaborn Willotta .lohu.son . H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1930

RICE THRESHER '§• I >A 4 h h 'i. I # 1 i Owls and Others BY GARDNER 80ULB. One of the largest indoor sport events of the yeui conies oft next Wednesday, when Lee's Owls play for the Rice band dance, an annual af- fair. The dance will start at 9 o'clock and will lust until the lust dancer lulls in hts tracks. • • * The band found it nwessavy to stage this struggle when it was found thai 100 new uniforms would be need- ed for next year's musicians, The present suits are In bad condition, and to make matters worse there are only about half enough of them. * ♦ ♦ No other school organization gives as much and receives as little as the band, which plays at the homo foot- ball. basketball and baseball games, and usually makes one or two trips with the football team. What an ap- pearance a one-hundred piece band clad In brand new uniforms will makf. at our games next year! • * * Next year's band will easily be the largest and best in Rice's history, and will, we belfeve, be the best in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 17 January 1930

RICK THUItHlR Organization Directory MANAGERS OF SHOW DISCUSS BUDGETS, PROGRESS CHRATS New Plans Considered at Wednesday Session Of Leaders I"fin- < i" tli>' various departments si tl.li' Ifiif Show iii'p' rupidli 1 .<ijM« 1>US||(- | to onmpl'tion llUil PHt into (.uiMuif'!<• *, ii n.i- i v a 1< at Hit* siii.i-'. if"' itu' y flight,; . , ■ ■1 ;■ ^t"1^'5^! \";H'ioii>. mutters (tune before the group fur (liinciisiikin, Tti. builfi i. illuu|i on ,i :i'«i(u!'!.n' W--I* "fill1 fhiliiviif the hist sliovv', vv.'i?' re'. ii.'i'.vi'i) :iii«' ffpproyeid pe.niia- I.ul-tl'Iy. ' =. ' • . r,; jVJ;;.v.! U/i- j ;jt.'li „',| Uolitiils of irai'i'if. U t tin- show tut# Iti' n ..iji'terwiini'd. The two drives «t lh" nmiri gate find tin drive at the ■i oni'l H'e'' lifi v e been ^i'I'i i.-f i'i| u-s 11:1 HlllleS 'riM'i Amry 11(111*1' mil. and \V" l Mil 11 galtj.W'lll 111' 'ii!~ Ill tlf ".'■ill 'if -11' > Wi 'SI 111 < r parking v.ijl'iHf ;ii" mllti'il behind lh" girl- tennis cour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 January 1930

T ft i t 1 | p % f \ Tht Thraaher will «U«- pand publication tar tht two-weak period of «««■ inations. Tho "axt Imuo will appear Friday, Febru- ary 14. STUDENT WEEKLY PUBUCATION RICE INSTITUTE Vou may have « board youroolf aomo day. Let's svoryono turn out Satur- day night and hoip tho Rico Owl Cagors shave. See you at the Houso of David. SS-J VOL. 18 HOUSTON, TEXAS* JANUARY 24, 1930 No. 17 CHRISTIANS HERE FOR CAGE CONTEST TOMORROW NITE Owl* Playing Better Ball— Now Given Chance To Win Tomorrow night on their home court at the City auditorium, the Hire Owls still Into action once more against the T. C. I'. Honied Progs in what promises to be a close basket- ball game. The Owls, encouraged by their win Tuesday over the Aggies, will take the floor confident of anoth- er victory, Captain Kitty, center, of the Chris- tians, will he in the thick of the bat- tle all the way. Fury was high-point man for his team In its last Rice game, making three field goals and three foul shots for a tot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 January 1930

RICE THRESHER flHE A weekly paper published by the Students of Rice Institute during the months of October, November, December, January, February, Mareh, April May, and the last two weeks of September. log 1 . Ap Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted StrouK Robert Hltties Elbert Turner Howe s, Isaac c.i arret! . . tirt,rt|n>■ t- Soule , Mary I t<iIIt<< I.U-rr}', Alttica Hill. H"r!..-rt BoHl'rastS jf.ro Beth < iiit'iiti i-.ji. lir.irv !•". ltlet ,. Editor Business Manager Managing Editor THE STAFF ..Associate Editor ....Associate Editor Sports .. Society Society , News . ... NiiW* SALLYPORT and Elsewhere by r. s. drake RICE SOCIETY Weather forecast: Houston and vicinity, ror Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, etc., colder and wetter. * * • That Himtll number ot students who read Thresher editorials have no doubt observed the quick action ob- tained by an editorial of last week In it>K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 January 1930

RICE THMiHIW 1 I s Ml $ m I I Si ■I Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULS. The old year of 1989 was one at upi-and-downR {or Rice athletic ac- tivities. Intramural activities were Highly successful, and carried out on a larger scale than ever before. Rice bad some success in the major sports —and won the conference golf title. There is one Rice athlete who de- serves special mention here for his SOUTHWEST BASKETBALL VKIMY AT A. AE1WH6 STIEAI 0Fir^ STANDING OF THE TEAMS P. W. L. Pet. Texas 1 3 1 .750 Arkansas 4 ;t i .750 8. M. r. 1 2 2 .500 Baylor 3! 1 1 .500 A. & M. 2 1 1 .500 T. C. 1'. 1 2 Rice .... r 1 1 .200 Last Week's Results Rice an. S. M. l\ 34; Mice 21. T. C. W, splendid work. We present Claude ,■ faxas 17, Arkansas 22.: Texas Bracey's record: Beat George Simpson to win the 100-yard ilasli at the Texas Relays. Time 9.5 seconds. Heat Simpson attain at the 8. M. U. competition. Time 9.4 seconds. Af- ter this race. Knute Rocknno said that, Bracey was the fattiest man in the worl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 24 January 1930

RICt THRKtHlH van zandt, yancey and de la garza to speak to seminar Robb, Hale and Case Heard At Fourteenth Session January 17 The foum-tMii!] mi riiiiK of <-imi tng -,1'iulrwr I Hi i hn" y'f-jir, law! KviiKiy iumiI), tnii til I li ret- infill- bei'K of lii<' i-iitrllioiTrntr kcIkmiiI in IiiIIik of Klrimi: Ini<•!• --it. W(!f*rn'n Itohb to tln« mi"11ns (in ill" .sti.ii it of " I ,.i < qiiors fur A nit.' :lii<)|bt!ff l-'jaisi.ht's ", Mr Itolili In ilHlitl |fU> tolluwwi in ih*. iimirititiic'iurc i ;;tniiiivis .rum nlti'oi ' IImIosi- in1 p\'ro\ 111. Ii ~ i ■ M) 141 llU'lll ion I li:.: I il-V ■ P ' 1 ' i i 11111* i i lidt inn- i Ik; in Mil'* rti. ilit; of i-r#[>V |ii|,vniii:M,l« ;)"<!' tltllC i - r. oriii'i' 'fun rli-■ llln^llrrl jolr vMitojir.1 l>. II llllol 111 1 It hoi tl c-hil'l del Itli'l ij'.iiiU'ty. *' \":in i: i am , ' of i |ic 1' • ■ ■ ' ion (lotii- on Il ino mi i i-m I iJi-v.-ltMitiiMM .it Nwvani Ivuii* tin "li.n f. i" --I •••• o! Ii'l'l liiil pi. \v&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 February 1930

i * 1 CHICAGO LECTURER TO SPEAK HERE ON HISTORICAL TOPICS Dr. Thompson Is Author of Several Books in Social Field Annual Valentine Donee Tonight at Autry House Tho annual Cranmer Club dance will lie held at Autry House tonight, between the hours of !) and 12. Kess- ler'g Ramblers, a well-known local or- chestra will play for the occasion. The old stomping grounds where many a historic Rice dance has taken place will he decorated with a Valen- tino theme for this returning period of frolic. Tickets have been on sale In the sally-port for several days andj may also be secured at the door. Price of admission is $1.00, and stags j will bo admitted at the same fee. Dr. James Westfall Thompson, pro- fessor of medieval history at the Uni- versity of Chicago, will deliver a se- ries of three lectures on "Studies in Social History" the evenings of March 6, 7, 8, in the Physics amphitheater at 8 p. tn. The first of the series will he "Sci- ence in the Middle Ages," the second, j "Rural Life I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 February 1930

RICE THRESHER f THE SALLYPORT and Elsewhere BY R. 8. DRAKE A weekly paper published by the 8tudenta of Rlee Institute during the I month* of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. HOW ABOUT IT FRESHMEN? Political activities*, dormant on the Itice campus sluce the sprint; election!) of last May, will come to life again next week when the freshmen class meets to elect officers The freshmen will be faced with a more Important duty than they perhaps realize, namely the inauguration of a uew era in Kiee Institute politics. No one who remembers the election scandal of last May will consent to have campus politics carried on as they have been in the past. That that dramatic exposure involving several student officials was but the culmina- tion of a tone trend toward political corruption cannot he disputed. Whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 February 1930

•f 1 I i A $ i Prospects for Varsity To Bo Choson from the Winners Franklin D. Anheraft, director of In- tramural athletics at Rice, has an- nounced plaiiB .fur numerous lutra- mural activities to be held this sprint?. First on Asheraft's program eotues a free-for-all golf tourney, with no eligibility rules. Any student of Rice may enter, and those making the ten lowest scores will be seriously con- sidered as candidates for the Owl varsity squad that this year hopes to bring back the conference trophy to Institute walls The ten winners will continue playing each other until the conference meet, and the six who have proven themselves best will represent Rice then, if eligible scholastically. The Rice golf team, of which For- rest Lee Andrews Is captain, has thus far scheduled matches with teams in- cluding those of Texas, 8. M. U., and A. & M. Others will probably he slated in the future. Rice will be host to the rest of the conference schools for the officiui meet here next May...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 14 February 1930

RICE THRE8HKR HAIR YEAR SOCIETY HOLDS SHORT MEET While the scheduled speaker was uouble to attend, the meeting of the lUce Engineering Society held Wednesday liteht was withal uulte profitable. Important nmiouueniueuts coupled with several discussions wore the fn;ituri-n of the session. Held Hodgson's election to the va- cant post of manager of the M.' K. department for tlie Show was made Known. Announcement of the proponed visit of J II. llrillhnrt of Ihe Fort Worth Structural stee! Company In- dicated a fine talk for the next meet* ii*K of the Hairjears, Tire covers advertising th.i' sixth' hIio'w tiimi) up for consideration and a "frolic" meeting. to he held shortly after the show, was proposed, President Dan Mendeil announced that W. K. Van Zand' would ar t as patlimetitarittu for the second term meetings with 0. «\ Tulbert and Clovft. Markrlder bakdllnp publicity. EXTRAS JOo didn't Us leu, look, or stop! .1 hey draped hiw car off t.o a btiop. If only took a woek or two To make ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 February 1930

i) 4 * i reader appointed business manager of rice campanile Council Requests Financial Statement from Three Publications DUE MARCH 3 Robert Quinn Is Elected As Frosh Representative By Council Whitney Header, of Houston, Texas, , Monday was elevated to tlie position ( of business mannuel' of the. Rice Cam- panile at a meeting of the Student's ; Council. Render, present assistant business j manager, gained the position when Raymond Pitts, business manager, withdrew from the Institute. The Students' Council passed a resolution that the assumption of the new po- sition on tinder's part would not jeop- ardize his post as business manager of tile 1931 Rice Campanile. ltobert Quinn of Houston. Texas, was elected freshman representative to the Students- Council. The Council also passed a resolu- j tion calling for a financial report of the three llice Institute student pub- ! lieations. This report must be in the j hands of the secretary before the first Monday in March, at which time the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 February 1930

RICE THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice Institute during the monthi of October. November, December, January, February, March, April, I May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the poatofflce In | Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strong Hobert Hitues Elbert Turner Ruwe S Di'hUo Isaac Garrett.,.1,1,4.« Gardner Smile Mary Ilitllie Berry.. Althea llill Herbert BollfraM Jn Heih Griffin (ifiU'H IVldti- Aite« Seaborn Willetta .John son .. I'iOSS I'•'!!(! , Ijliv U. VTlrbb Editor j Business Manager | Managing Editor 7!7i 4r"r 1 " - "" THE STAFF Associate Editor ; ........... Associate Editor | ...ill.L,L- ■ Sports j .u.. , i. .1, Society ! ..1 Society j • News News I | .... —Copy j Features I 1 Features ...v Engineering ; Advertising WHY NOT SOME DEBATERS? iii: Mill Wilt! jrt •iVi.iVj.v !'!'• l.K:l'• U>« Vl! i U' — 111; Til til M'Slt..* IMnitittg 'l"« itt planning it trip through i'ifl In -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 February 1930

cSW THE THRgSHfR t. I ( f 1 ■ *F**" * > j i Pll i III* K t SATURDAY'S STEP CHILDREN A eoft moon outside . . . dreamy musio Inside . just one of tbose dances jrou wish could go on forever and ever ... • • * NELL and VEBEY mighty Interest- ed In what they're telling each other. Notice VESEY'S steering clear of the stag line, too. * * • HAItKItlDKK and his little blond dancing by . . . ♦ • • FRENCH seems so happy it's easy to tell "somebody" mum be around. . . « • • CARL and LILLIAN taking two In- termissions and one whole dance to drink a coke . . . looks pretty bad . . . • * * A bevy of pretty co-eds all dressed up iu red. * * • HOMOISKLLE and LARRY ... a perfect couple where contrasts are considered. # * * BIRCH and his miniature date con- descend to join the throng . . . why didn't you come on down sooner . . . * ♦ * Ll'Ll' BESS getting a big rush front some tall brunet . . . ♦ * ♦ And MILLEli back on the old stomping grounds again . . , • * BOB Qt'INN lining ELIZABETH to a t'ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 February 1930

THE THRESHER THIRTEEN SCHOOLS ANNOUNCE AWARDS OPEN TO GRADUATES Scholarships Are Backed By Very Substantial Remuneration '1 ——. I An opportunity is open this sprliiR ! for Kii i' Krnduatets, um well as eligi- I 1 bio students, to apply for several bun- [ dred scholarships, fellowships and us- ! sistfuitships Offered by some thirteen i unh entities. foundations and commit.- \ tees of tautdnoss ami professional men ! of the I'nlted States. [ The Ameriwtn'SentteUotiVlup Fotin- ' dation luis announced the award fellowships of -flueo each for one year of uradliati ,st pdj': in Norway, .Sweden or Henmurk Applicants must have been hotti uj the I tilled States or ji;s posse-jjI'O'rvs, -how capability o| indi \ iduul tesvtBi'eii; and 1 -i ■ >s -m a definite plan '• i tillidy. . ',!. ■■ j- if! i'hi ln*:ittil« i.f litu >tmtlonal l-'du- . at ion ;eimlii(,sti'i'> '| I) U -year ten tuVlilps iviili ipenVf each./Wliieh art" oprf m men aiul wquien ov«ir eighteen year* old for midi'Tirriolua...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 February 1930

= t, i JU- f i &> J THI THRESHER Owls and Others BY GARDNER SOULB. The fact that Cy Leland, T. C. U. flush, wuh beaten Saturday In the 60- yard spring at the Mlllroae A. A. games la New York, does not necessa- rily place him as a slower grid Btar than Jack Elder, his conqueror. It was Lelund's first attempt on the hoards. We'd like ot see a race between the four or six fastest football backfleld men in the country with the contest- ants wearing full football regalia, car- rying a ball, and beginning from a standing start. The pigskin could be snapped to them by the regular cen- ters from their own elevens. • We've got an off-hour now, so let's take un airplane ride. We can get to the airport in ft few mluutes in our new front-wheel drive Bumpem, Now, then, we're here. Quickly done, wasn't it? And while Smythe is tuning up our Lockheed-Vega for the hop, we'll tell you What It's all about. * * • The baseball season is almost here. And so It got into our noodles that it might no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 21 February 1930

TWI THRI8HIR !fl 3 TIRE COVERS TO AID, Chemistry 580 IN ADVERTISINGiF SIXTH ENG'NG SHOW Schedule Out Drum Type Covers Carrying Distinctive Design Planned Of 11 Schedule Of SPeilkel'8 I or fut ure missions of 5mi, tIn? chemistry seminar made rPMiiUy l y Or. ( 11<*in 1str\ depart tnent. *i: \ in 11 i l'l|i I ill uilii' lo tin 'tNiny si heme nil- Mr rtiu; Show In tlif form «jls aniimilieert li) «!'«>«• - * 111" r!iurs<i;iy tire i " v, - r s w ill i ai-i'V <■ et.igirii.;c*riii.j: shield "V Nit tin- Itfi < In •I'! Ill' ll , II SfieW ;i ml c|l,IM- ill l.l U:1 tJJ.tli Mik Kb jt'! 1 1 foV> 1> <y mat • .1 w ill hr tH'i'l'ltlj; W ill 'ill.I .ili'l I'tMt tills uiul topic Chemist rv course, wa# Scott of I In The list, includes speakers fur the t'vxt four nuetiugs of Hi*.' seminar iCottrBt;: Mi. Chapman: The Sim- < 'iM'iMii nl < 'iilruliitions. Mi, Patiiiln: I'ltraSonlcs, Mis* Stu11inu' Pernio lis. —Mr. Williatiiwon: Recent y on Emulsion*. oi. il'ir jlisiff of the c...

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