SATURIDAY, APRIL 4, 1925 PC ~ummTEMCIA AL
THE -MICHIGAN DAILY
1TELLS OF - ELSEY
) Jhs-Ilopkius Professor toime1Its on
Dilscoveries; Valu able Pieces
PARTY NOW IN ALGIERS
o Revealing some of the many secrets
which were discovered at the ancient
'!.city of Augustus in the Taurus mnoun-
'L,Lc University of Michigan archea-
4ogical expedition last sumimer, Prof.
David M.' RTobinson of Johns Hopkins
uiversity and a inember of the ex pe-
Sdition, 'describedl the historic finds at
Sthe Art Institute in Detroit recently.
ti Foulr monthxs were spent last sum-
Smor by the scientists near the historic
Scity of Augustus in the Taurus mnoun-
Stains. This location had once been
anunusual Roman frontier colony,
later it was an Anatolian military
t~center, and in the early years 'of theI
SChristian era it was the center of
Scivil administration in southern Gala-
kVAmhinR of U~ the S..,OV~ae naty whic 1..
Harvester King's Son Likes His J, ob.
In the flan presented to the con- ( ARRICK' PRICES:
ferenc l~y M. Wicershamit wa Nights - - - 50C to $3.00
! frene b Mr Wikerham itwasSat. Mat. - - S0c t6~$2.00
sugfgested that the jurists follow the; SECOND AND LAST WEEK
exaninle of the American Law inisti- (THlE GRIEEN HAT
tuts in (rafting certain accepted prin- Wi th lDtroitls -Favorites
cipleii of commnon law for the guid-1K Itlirite (Cornell, Anni Hatrdijng
auce of the tribunal, leaving on those Leslie Ho-ward and 24) Others
who do not accept these principles Seats for ;Nest Week 'Now Selling
t if urden of proving that thec law _____________________________
th1us presented is not. a fair or exact,
statement. It is Mr. Wickersh'am's
haope I hat the compilation 01'lrlnci-, I an cin =-
pies will be accepted gradIually by the Weae-e nw rvt
governnments, and especially serve as lessons daily, both mnodern"
the basic law of the world of justice.
Thefinl odeagred~ipn b te jr-andl classical, Adult class
I h fna coe gred po b th jr-every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
fists wlil 1)e the code of international I1-hlour class lessons for $5.00. Free
law used l~y the League of Nation3 (aciv,8.0t10pin
anclt1Ae Wrld our. Enroll Now.
Y- TERRACE GARDEN D)ANCING
MaioWsArl3-heWso-sSUISEgin t rack team of 20 mnen left today 22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R
on the first lap ot' their journey to
Berkely, (a:l., wGNhere the Badgers will
}Mieet the University of California track. Patronize D~aily Advertisers - itI
team in a dual meet. pays.-Adv.
Our Spring Stock is now complete, compaizii di ' fw~
creations in dress or sport effects.
A sailor tie in black satin,
black patent or tan, calf.,~
Bow to match. -
was led by 'Prof. Francis W. Kelsey I
of the Latin departmient, are now
carrying on 'excavations near Algiers,
vmd in 'the northern part of Africa.
Word was received from the partyv
when it left Rome to cross the Medi-
terranean in the middle of March', but
no news has been received from them}
4since that time.
Professor Robinson told of great
Imasses of sculptural and architec-
tural pieces which were unearthed
along with huge cornices and archi-
raves which lhe said would tax the
skill of the most modern engineers to
move. Perhaps most magnificent of
Sthe finds which were made was a
4number of Corinthian columns whi ch
have been entombed for 'centuries.
Mre thant 200 fragments of a copy
of the Res Gestae of Augustus, a long
I n1eord of his achievements, also werel
' In front of the poopylaea was found
a paved square with incised circles
asrt rectangles wich were used by
the Romans to play games on during
their idle hours.
~:The greatest weakness of Antiochc
was that there were no natural f
I springs. It was found that terra-cottab
pipes provided the city with an ex-Ib
tcellent water system, and a number
of remains of an aqueduct were un-j
! earthed which brought water some
a4 six or seven miles fromt a natural I
One of the most valuable ,finds was
ka lengthy latin inscription which wasI
Sbuilt into one of the shops on the
edge of the square. This inscription
g: given the square as "Tiberia Platea,
(the square of Tberus), 14-37 A. D."
DULLNESS IS GREAEST
inlSIN, MEIKLEIOHN SASt
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r"'Land Utilization in the United States1
alits relation to the increasing pop-
ulation." He predicted that population
+increases of the next 75 years would
be taken care of by increasing land
pacreage and methods of cultivating it,
'howing that a very small proportion
of our present land is used to pro- ,
4 1da1c crops. Dr. Baker pointed out'
i that the yield of crops per acre has l
i~ not been increased in spite of work dn yteArclua ueu
S Prof. Samuel E. Bassett of the Uni-
Sversity of Vermont, who has been at-
teniding the classical conferences, was
' tie speaker at a second University ](,c-;
k. ture at the same the in Angell hal.
Y" 'He tpoke on the Greek epic and teie-
tteaching of Vergil 1. Professor Bassett
'will continue on this subject, taking
up the teaching of Vergil 11, at the
: .metings of the classical conference
this morning, opening at 9:15 o'clock
#a'in room 2003 Angell hall. Prof. Wil-
Sbert L. Carr of the Latin department
Twill also be one of the speakers at this
On today's pogram, which will con-
iclude the convention for this year, are
imeetings of the junior high school
ycheimistry-physics, ad classical con-
6i =ferences, a luncheon, of the classical
conference at the Congregational
ckucha meeting of the Michigan
State high school Debating league,
l and the annual meeting of the Mich-
Aigan Federation of Teachers' clubs for
the election of officers.
Sc~reen Supremacy Siguifianut 111 Its Meanaing ___
,LAST TIMES TODAY
Unsolicited Praise Thiat
Money C..annot Buy
}'d' wn a produjction i rns forth a great
etf4tr f1' ucb aus writteni Ly Mr. Baker
'11 i l apear~ng illTuesday's 'Times-;News
tat ishiaig praise upon lairaise for the at-
tinetiou;, little can be added here, except
that we are ;prodl that our ananounee -
,aients were bonfafide, altbough appl vI-
ing exaggera.ted to the layman.
Fowler McCormick, son of the head of the International Harvester
company and grand son Qf John D). IRockefeller, "takes" to his job as
factory hand in his (lad's shop of Millwaukee, Wis.,. at $3a day, judging
by his smiles when found at his n ew~ job. Photos show the modest
boarding house in which he has an upstair.; room, reporters interviewing
hiim in his working clothes and a clos~upi of hiui in hisi new environmnent.
Years for Its
PoOf Wickersham's Geneva Acti ,on1
Prf.Preston W. Slosson, of the ' being held undecr the auspices. of the
1liistory department, bails the plan League o1 Nations f0o' the purpose
adlvanced by George W. Wickersham," of codifying a progressive form of
formner United ,tates attorney-general. inter'national law.
at the opening session of the Worldj "The plan presentedl'at the opening
Jum'i.'t conference being held at Geneva session by Mr. Wicker sh'm, is un-
as a stilzimg example of what indi-. doub~tedly worthly of serious consi(:er-
vidual Amiericans can (10 to further' atilt..;ay the wor'ld jurists,," sa(id Pro-
the idIeals of the League of NationsI fessor Slosson, " ,nd the plan will.
even though the United. States govern- ; no doubt be very instrumental in the;
ment does not take an official interest. production o1'"a progressive codle of
rThe conference of world jurists is international laws by the jurists:"
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