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W. L. George Visitor at University

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This morning W. L. George a celebrated member of the younger school of contemporary English novelists and author of "Caliban". "Blind Alley," and "Woman and Tomorrow," will arrive for a short visit to the University. Mr. George is making an extended lecture tour in this country, which will include such widely separated places as Boston and Lost Angeles. He has lectured before large audiences in England on the subjects of "Love and Marriage," Woman and the Future," and others of varying character.

During his visit to the University Mr. George will be shown the more important buildings and will visit the CRIMSON, the Lampoon and the Advocate.

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