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INSTRUCTOR'S PREDICTION OF NEW COLOR CAT COMES TRUE

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Writing in a cat magazine, Clyde E. Keeler, instructor in Ophthalmic Research, recently predicted that it was only a question of time before some one would come up with a cat which would be a blue-smoke color with black fur filmed with silver.

Yesterday a kitten attended the feline show of the Boston Cat Club. The animal was blue-smoke with black fur lined with silver.

The new-fangled coloring of the cat is expected to win it high honors over such run-of-the-mill specimens as the black, white, red, and black-smoke animals.

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