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Re: Dinosaur Society extinct?

    As I said before(in a message that may not have gone out correctly), the
Society appears to be in the middle of a re-organization and publications
are suspended - and they have moved to Philadelphia.  The info I have does
implicate a failed business deal with an authorized Jurassic Park
exhibition.  I hope they are able to get back on their feet again soon -
especially for the sage of their planned grants, etc.

        Allan Edels

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Poling <jpoling@dinosauria.com>
To: TUCKERCJ@muohio.edu <TUCKERCJ@muohio.edu>; dinosaur@usc.edu
Date: Tuesday, January 27, 1998 5:37 PM
Subject: Re: Dinosaur Society extinct?

>At 10:53 PM 1/26/98 -0600, Casey wrote:
>>>    My local paper said the Dinosaur Society has ceased operations due to
>>> complications of litigation over a Jurassic Park exhibit or somesuch.
>>Why not try e-mailing the Society through their Web-Page?
>>Just a suggestion.
>   And not a bad one at that.  However, Judy Molnar reported yesterday that
>her e-mails about Dino Society publications were going unanswered, so I
>don't know what luck I'll have.
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