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PATENTS FOR INVENTION

Their Function to be Discussed by Odin Barnes Roberts '86 of Boston.

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Mr. Odin Barnes Roberts '86, a patent attorney of Boston, will give the first of a series of six lectures on "The Function of Patents for Invention" in Room 202 of Pierce Hall, this morning at 9 o'clock. These lectures, which will be given on Thursday and Saturday mornings during the next two weeks, are open to all members of the University and to the public.

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