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DAY, JANUARY 8, 1924T FMCflADIL

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HERE TOIMORROW
Director of British Archaeological
Organization Will Speak
To Students
TO GIVE UNIVERSITY LECTURE
DESCRIBING ANCIENT GREECE
"Prehistoric Greece; A Study in
Archaeological Reconstruction" is the
(.ubject of a. University lecture to be
given by Alan J. 13. Wace, director of
the British School of Archaeology at
Athens, at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow af-
Iternoon in Natural Science auditor-
ium. Mr. Wace ranks as one of the
m tost distinguished of living archae-
ologists.
* Mr. Wace has held his present posi-
tion since 1914. He was born in Eng-
land in 1879 and studied at Pembroke
college, Cambridge, subsequently pr
prsuing his researches at Rome and
Athens. From 1912 to 1914 he was
lecturer on ancient history and arch-
aeology at the University of St. An-
drews. He Is a Member of the coun-
cil of the Hellenic society, a corres-
ponding member of the Imperial Ger-
Pian Archaeological Institute and Fel-
low 'of St. Johns college, Cambridge.
His literary works include "A Cata-
loguie of the Sparta Museum", "Pre-
historic Thessaly" and "Nomads of
the B3alkans,", in addition to numer-
ous ~essays contributed to scholarly
pub~lications.
The lecture will -be illustrated by
stereoptican slides.,

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for proposes that Article X and XVI
of the Covenant of the League be so
amended as to eliminate any sugges-
tion of a general agreement to use
coercion "for =obtaining conformity to
the pledges of the Covenant.
Varsailes Treaity
The United States will accept no
responsibilities under the Treaty, of
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case Congress has authorized such
action.
The United States proposes that the
Covenant be so amended that 'any
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favorable vote of two-thirds of the As-
sembly may Join the League.
The United States asks that some
provision be made by the League for
the continuing development of Inter-
national Law.
In arguing for American cooperation
with the League of N4ations, the au-
thor emphasized the fact that the
League, as it Is= now constituted, is a
far different body from that planned
by its makers. H is reasoning for the
adoption of the League as the basis
for any future organization for the
promotion of world peace based on
the fact that this rganization was al+-
ready firmly established and it c~ould
b~e difficult to create any new world-
wide organization without encounter-
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