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the field of palaeography and al-
though now connected with the Uni-
versity of Oxford, he was born in this
country and studied in the American
School of Classical Studies in Rome.
While Dr Loew's specialty is the
rea'in, or) 1L.n aliusripts, he is
a brotud ,scto a r xwhose investigation
here hias carr'iedlhi-n into the field of
history as wvell as ancient and me-
dieval Latin literature.
D~r. Loew will le(trre here on "Me-
dieval ,Repositories cf Learning" on
Wednesday. Mlarch 29, and on "The
Oldest Latin Manuscripts," Thursday,
for meni, best kiiawnm makes at re"*.
able prlcavoon sale by N. F. Alle A
Cer Xxa astreet. red-tea
Is always Gentlemanly, Cox.toxx
and Prompt. Stark 22955.
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ARCHJITEC(TURAL EXHIBIT IN
MEMlORIAL HALL ATTRACTS
"A Campus Theatre," one of the
discussed plans of the University of*
Michigan students, is treated in one
of the many drawings now on exhibi-
tion in Alumni Memorial hall. The
subject is treated as if it were an
open air moving picture theater -and
the details are w l handled. The front
is white marble and in the central
court two lions stand guard over the
throng of people.
Anctbpr problem, the details of
which are well worked out, Is the
one of the astronomical observatory
which is treated with great skill. The
water color drawings of still life are
exceptionally well done.
A valaniche Stops Traffic lit Italy
Rome, Mar. 14.-A great avalanche,
has interrupted traffic on the railway
between Cuneoh and Tanda, which,
next to Mt. Cenis, furnished the best
Alpine communication with France.
Look over the advertizemuents. Thley
will interest yoga *5
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0. Henry's Books
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