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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER ~i, 1924

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KAoh ui~s ~E'NNOUNCED FOR YERRll fi

Announcement is made by the 50(5i-j
ology departiment that 'the 1Ei a LKronO
prize for the presonl year is to be0
awarded to some junior or, senior stil-
dent in thea(departmen t for an ori-
ginal essay in thloe ociological field.j
This prize is given by Mr. Kroin of
Iron River, Michigan, in memory1 of
his daughter, Pita Ki~om, '2^, whot
was killed in an automobile accident
in the summ ner of 1923. Mr. Krbmn
presented the University with $1,000,
the income of which is to constitute 1
a prize each year.
The essays, which are writt en 11
competition, are to be : ubmniited<<las;
part of the regular requiremnent. for
some course in.. sociologly during tOel
year. Suggest ion has l)-en ima de thatI
the subject (fA the essays salon liiied
be conecrnedl with dhe "soci 1 im-
provcment . f the sWtudents hoine
community.
Last year the prize was wvon b.y
Robert halsey; '25.

an V~oien nents of an Antioch copy of the fain-
onis Mtiiitim (:ituml An cyranuln, and
Pr g esv coins, lamps, and lesser objects b)yI
~ I te hundred. Extensive remains of
an acoineduct and the city walls were
visible when we reached Yalovach."
Prof. Francis W. Kelsey, head (A the
- .nd n denartuient and direct or of Near
last research, arri vedlonltihe rSceoIof
the disecveries a bout the illiiddle of
August. Acc:ordinig to hIk opini1011thle
discoverie.,; alr'e eiUal, if not suplerior',
,. "..; ito aay lberIetofe r ade by ana Amer--
iczatii e tedlil 1(11 in 1the classicalJReli.

The tables to handle these applications
jwill be located in UIniversity hail, in
front of Alumni Memoriai ball.
After Tuesday and, ntil Friday ap-
plications ecan be made Ib vthe iwoi-'
on at the Ifable in (nivers ity ball, and
ly iner at the Itnion , room ',02, be-'
!A (011 he hctur;; ci*17 9 nd 2. Qualified
i vote'rs from all -.ar11s of t he counitry
tan vole biaala, i ;icaing,'this ap-
01 icatIionl. Irl o rwill be no eli a ge
fli i:rvar IW'! cr for pst~age'.
Wheeler Praises
Luniversity, Uniona
"The hi i e'C'pity- of 'Micl n iYis (eon -
siderecl by mlany as the si ~ancle ird of
: ta2te lmu vert :E ;yanid other sida ee :,a or
now endos rvoriogg to mYYa i: e fI i1EliC70loO j
ccmjparo with ill,'" were the words of'
Dv. I'en jan'ian I. Wceler, p~rosident-

emeritus of the University of (Califor-
nija. Dr., \Wheeler i, ';'"w": ion e afewI
days in Ann Arbor witr h li:; .a l o
' in Stru1"t ug ;in allyie fli s4;5Orv in
the University.
lS:.I IC 5C ~l -05 1 g e ?t:;?kt:hu elISf: i
We ann ounce thtis fill a high qualilBy
line of Suits, aowlt (i: eI toaf at
;Tail~ored II) your ittIfi viIna.1 nmea sure
Wi~ jillIle ;gu lSSan (ce of comilplete
set i slac"ion,.I
I Al!:o, XV~ii r-proof 'Popeoolts from
x ~$12.00 to $30.610
Small Depit vi+;h order.
I NTE'RlST AE' TA !A IS,
0> 1 - i''r~ I ~8fori Amoiitment

Jr. 11. S. Bull, a insatructor in the
chi irlen!'ineering- depaLrtment, is.

sProf'. ~.J t' f1h ury
hol o0t11(0 m it !;t I lli O~e COf kit' ill-
ness of his1<Iifl('l'.

UNIVRSIYHVTERS GET
1MAILBALOTS TUESDAY
SNext Tuesday the Repulican club1
will give tile voters enrolled in the
University an opportunity to n ak :ap-
plication for ablsentee ballots wlil
entitle the voter, to vote by rnail.

Answers to Your Questions,
about words, people, and places. You will find j ,,t thie sou rce f
of helpful working information you need in the e0,0 ntries;i l
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ES sil U~t~ ity, Clermany, says United States' vo-
I n SUPETSSvmuon mevery 'con servat ive generally,
but that in the mat ter' of public ideals,
NOV STVDNIS~RCilthey ;,,re daringly pi-ogreisiv, more
J. S. Reeves, head of the po-
science' departmient, will speak Kelsey Returns
Tneinbei's of the hlindi.sf an
at 3 o'clock Sunday, at tiheir From Near East
.g in Lane ball.-
es',sor Reeves has just returned - -
an extensive tour of Eurol e. I (Continued from Page One)
there, lie attended1 the Ilague face, a semi-circle about 270 feet in
,ence andl addressed it s mm diameter was hewn which, faced bly a
an the subject of internationlal two stoned arcade, made a most strik-
II ing; setting for a beautiful Rtoman
Huidusan micltub is a nationalI tempHle, of the best period, probably
iation of the Ilindu ;studenits the Emperor Augustus. In front of
campus. fts )utlose is to (is- tile temple a monumental staircase1
Lhte social, plitical, economic lead thrioughi a triple arch to a large
lonal, and ind(ustrial , proble~mns laved square ornamented with foun-
hia and her peopile. All inter-, tains, statues, and probably one or two
are invited to attendo. small shrines.
_______________A ,Ile from thlis group, tile mostl
r i imptant finds were a fourth centumryi
v Aure y me ibasilica with a ecatutiful mosiac in
C©:m'" P to ec. ra iseveral colors, a late Byzant inec
v (Ahurch, a tremnendous triumphial archm
a1ndl two) remfaImbaly fine statues. in
:pletion of the nurses homne, wrhite marble. Inscriptions we found
ft of, Senator James ( ouziens of y the score, including over 2,00 frog-

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by December 25. Time $650,'000 build-
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the nurses.4
Most of' the work is nRw being
done on, hte interior of the foul!r story
brick building, located near, the newf
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