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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, 'NOVEMBEP, ^, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 192~

KI 6 Yormous difficulties under which he light lunch to be served at 6 o'clock. Matinec Musicale Stu, lent leagua
labored when he made his journey to Every one who is interested is invited held a piano group meeting Thursday
the Near F~ast in 1885. The person- to join in the social hour and the dis- night at the home of Miss Gr ace Hend-
KE S Y O D ADnt W KE S AM U G S siontoday . Piano selections were given
~ A A Tdeclared PoesrKesy yeserday, ADO PT ___ _
Fnirsiiy Expediftion Will Leave " o olet(continued from Page One)
I prhIg For Asia 11i1nor cially thoe of the e rHoman period1I
And Egypt3 and in close rlto with the ch~urch~ greater effect its settlement has in
hsoydtehistory of the Bbe preventing war.
11-IJ, fOLLEICT WTRITTEN'Une written recordls are "nldd It is quite amazing to read the1
RE LP' RS OF ROM'AN 1PE111M) not only nmanuscripts and papyri but strained reasoning indpu1ged in by
also inscripations of which many have those who are willing to disregard e u aa" .

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SATURDAY

CH-IICKEN

SPECIALS

Roast Chicken Dinner--6:00 to 7:'30
Sunday Supper-5:00 to 9:00 P. M.

Plans for the University's Near East been ruU toiIligUhtu i rcent Lyears
Expedition which will Aeve Ann Ar- andl are in danger of dlestruction. We
bor' early next sprint; for Egypt and expect to undertake excavations uipon:
Asia M\inor were adlvanced by the re- two sites the loca ti=on of which will be
cent actio i of the Board of Regents j annoinced as scan as the conacessions
which appointed P ro i. FranciB w for the wvork have been; secured.".
Kelsey of the Latin departmeont di- j ,! iiei n i R'qes{ 1ito{ei -d
rector of the expedition and placed i:,Since, the donation was announced,
the aolmini,.tration of the funds for the3 an urgesrt ;request has conic to Pro-
enterprise in the hands of PresidentI fes;3or K 1sey fr.m hi d(irector of aon
Marion L. Burton and Beau Alfred H-. limiport,.nt excavation now under way
Lloyd. The work will .be fminced by by o e of the V'ading Eurooeain.,uni-
the Near East' foundation to which. versities, to tale up their unfinished
$100,000 was recently given by an un- worlk. Pecause cf the lack of money
announced donor. in Europe as a result of the war,i
Personnewl IUdeelded1 fund. for the continuation of research
Conduct of the expedition promises are not -availah~le. -For the advance-
to be greatly facilitated by the mili- I ment of science and the good of ian-
tary highways which were constructed ; ind, Professor Kelsey feels that it
iii Asia Minor by Turkey during the is the duty of American universities
w;ar. Automobiles and trucks will 1)0' to come forward andI: take the 'place
used for transportation whenever Of these olfler instituation1s.
possible. by both divisions of the The University's expedition is in
.arty., in 31gypt and Asia Minor. This (line with similar undertakings lby the
imar is a tremiendouzs adlvance over Iinivetr .ity of Chicago, Harvard uni-
previous expeditions, according, to 1 versity, Yale lun ersity and Prince-}
Professor Kelsey, who, recalls the enx- j ton university,j

the enuire Iistory ofthe c 'oninILuous
efforts during half a century by the
American government and- by, both
political parties to 'secure the establ-{
lishment of such a court. One sena-
tor, who =first agreed with PresidentG
Harding as :to the necessity -of our
entrance into the world court, later'
qualified .that position on the grounds
that the court is a creature of thei
League uZ Nations which is in turn a
political body. It seems to me it
would be quite as sensible to refuse
to submit a controversy concerning a
Sdescendant's estate to d probato, court
in a state because these courts are
created by the legislature, a political f
body, and therefore 'are mere crea-
tures of the legislatures!"
Prog;ress Must Be Slow~
"If we approach the League of Na-
tions in the proper spirit," Mr. Wick-*
sham asserted, "realizipg that the 'day
of miracles is over and that five years
of systematic destruction cannot be
overcome quickly, We may comec to
see ta it is the vr greatest step
that has ever been taken to bringI
about that mutual understanding
among peoples of different race and
tongue which will avert war in cases
Swhere conflict nmight otherwise inev-
itably ensue;'
Gambling to Be Topic at Meetinig
"What are the different forms of
gambling, and the evil of it," is the
topic which will be discussed at' 6: 30
I o'clock tomorrow night at -the Young'
I Peoples' meeting at the Presbyterian
jchurch. Preceding the discussion will,
be a social hour at 5:30 o'clockt with a
See Grid-Graph Hill Auditorium today.

Faultless Fitting
Foo-twear
$7.5-

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fcon'it gives! And reputa-
tion, or experience, is your surest
guide. In. DOROTHY DODD
shoes your satisfaction is pledged~
by the Trade Mark of the makers,
hence your certainty of faultless
fit and value, with all that is cor-
rect in style.
"Ostend"
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Notable amongst the season's Tat-
tractive oxfords is ths model of
Autumn brown or black kid or
black calfskin with flexible sole
and medium height rubber top
walking heel.
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330 MAYNAR -OPP. NICKELS ARCADEI
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' "A fig-leave for conventions Was
43I CII.- Fab's motto. "Let- ny reputation ,
IQ~i 9fall wlhere it will!" Born to the
plutocracy, she rode over crticismn -
Score by and middle-class morality with ,the-
quarters 10 same gay disregard for the feelin 3
f others as any frivolous arstocra -
seconds after - had in pr-revolutionary France. 'Se-
t=e , as a law to herself. And then--a
th pa fashionable clubman was 'murdered-
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"TIlE 1tOARING 'LION" s
- It's a Sunshine Comedy
+ctue "Cartool, "Chicken birssig and News
-STARTING. SUNDXY
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This period model Columbia in attractive fir ish
$100 and up. We also have some of these and
other models for rent.

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