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May 02, 1922 - Image 6

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' Discoveries may come, and discov-}
eries may go, but a discovery has
abeen made recently upon the cam-
ural pus which is destined to go down in
Be the annals of Anthropology'as one of
remendous moment.
etch- While cutting across the grass be-
hind the museum yesterday, a promi-
was nent professor chanced to notice,
stoli nestling in the grass, what appeared
~ar- to be a large and rather weather-
)res- beaten egg, and straightway com-
club menced to investigate. To his sur-
cond (arise he found that it was not an
to egg, but the upper half of a "cranium
n ° humanus!" Spurred on by hiT find-
"4 is ing, he commenced to search dili-
Soto- gently in and about the shrubbery,and
presently his search was rewarded
ed a by the discovery- of another half skull,
nrch a thigh bone and a portion of a lower
Il~ jaw with seven teeth in it. One of
the te.eth had a cement. filling. All
here pieces were in a remarkablp state of
troit preservation. The Professor says
reet, that in spite of the total absence of
nen- facial angles, he is prepared to astate
use," that these bones belong to extinct in-
York dividuals.
de-

Sorbomne Honors
Prof. Pillsbury
Prof. Walter B. Pillsbury, of the
psychology department, has accepted'
an invitation to lecture in connec-
tion with a lecture course known as'
"The Series of Conferences of Louis
Liard," at The Sorbonne, Paris,
This will occur during the leave of
absence which has been granted him
in the second semester and summer in
next year. Since the number of

speakers on this course is limited to
a carefully-selected few, the invita-1
tion is a high tribute to the position
of authority which Professor Pills-
bury holds in the field of psychology.
Professor Pittsbury plans to spend
most of his leave of absence travel-
ing and conducting psychological
studies and research work in Europe,
particularly in France.
Frederics 'raises Magazine}
John Frederics, editor of the Mid-'
land magazine, spent yestercay in
j conference, with a number of Uni-

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There are other aspects to this dis-
covery than the purely scientific one.
It is wondered whether it is absolute-
ly right to prohibit persons from
transgressing on the campus lawns.
The professor has asked to have his
name withheld, but the fact remains
that if he had not disobeyed this rule
the discovery might never have been
made. No one knows how many siini-
lar objects may be lying around wait-
ing to be discovered.
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