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COLONEL MORRIS FRANK WILL TALK MONDAY ON SEEING EYE

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Sponsored by a committee of nine men, Colonel Morris Frank, lecturer of the "Seeing Eye" school in Morristown, New Jersey, will give an illustrated talk on the work of training dogs to guide the blind. The lecture, open to all interested, will take place Monday in the Kirkland House Common Room and will start at 7:15 o'clock.

Chairman of the committee is George F. Baker '38, while other members include Raymond Dennett '36, J. Fletcher Chace '38, C. Colton Daughaday, Jr. '38, Francis Keppel '38, Charles A. Munn, Jr., '38, Robert C. Walker, Jr., '38, Oliver P. Bolton '39, and Edward G. Dreyfus '40.

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