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gulf of Salonika, in Macedonia.
It has a deep and safe roadstead.
Scutari Albanian town near
Montenegrin frontier. Popula
tion 20,000. Not the Scutari on
the Bosphorus, associated with
the.name of Florence Nightin
gale! Sofia Capital of Bulgaria, on
on elevated plain. Population
Tuzi Turkish village on Mon
tenegrin frontier, near Podgo
ritza. Uskub A hundred miles to
the north of Salonika. Population
20,000; near the Balkan range.
Varna Bulgarian town on
western shore of Black sea; an
important fortified town, under
the Turks. Population 35,000.
Volo Principal seaport of
Thessaly; seat of a Greek metro
politan. Yanina In Southern Albania
near Greek frontier. Population
25,000. A busy industrial town.
WISE FOR HIS YEARS
Tommy had been promoted by
the druggist. He was now al
lowed to work behind the counter.
One morning a middle-aged-lady,
looking full age, came in.
"Have you got any cream for
restoring the complexion?" she
Tommy -was a wise lad. He
eyed her too-vivid cheejcs with
"Pardon rae, madam' he said
politely. "Don't you mean cream
for preserving the complexion?"
Anjd the delighted lady bought
six boxes right away.
Capt, Joseph Hoeffel.
Wisconsin looks like first"
choice for the football champion
ship of the western college con
ference on the form displayed in
early games. 'Captain Hoeffel
left end, is playing .his third sea
son on the eleven. He played
football for three years on sther
Green Bay, Wis., high schooL
eleven ftefore attending the uni