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1YED" ,- APRIL 7, 192
NEW BOKR FIN E
By PROF. WORRELI
Seiuifles Teacher Pulishes Voluei
Eniled, "ands And Peoples
Of :Nar East"
BASES WORK ON ORIEN
With 'his observations in that sec-
tion of the world as a basis, Prof. Wil-
1am H. Worrell, ,'03, of te Semitic
language department is now publish-
ing a boo0k, "The Lands and Peoples
of Ancient Near East." Dr. Worrell
has been on two separate visits of one
year to the Orient, and has spent four
and one half years in Germany.
Dr. Worrell taught at Columbia uni-
versity from 1921 to 1924 as the Gus-
tav Gottheil lecturer on Semitic an-
guages, and returned to Michigan in
the fall of 1924 to resume teaching
begun here In 1908.
"she Coptic Manuscripts in the
Freer Collection," dealing with a part
of a. Michigan collection of Oriental
docuents, was published by Dr. Wor-
rell in 923. He and Prof. Richard
Gottheil of Columbia university are
publishing the Freer collection of the
Genizah fragments. Dr. Worrell has
also published ani inventory of the
Oriental manuscripts in the possession
of the University library; he is a regu-
lar contributor to various periodicals.
While in the Orient in 1919-1920, Dr.
Worrell was director of the American
school of Oriental research in Jeru-
salem. His work there Carried im
fromn Luxor in upper Egypt to nrh
not-ern Syria. IHe taught in H-art ford
Theological seminary in Connecticut
for 14 years.
Dr. Worrell received his bachelor of
arts degree from the University in
1903, the bachelor of divinity (egree
from Hartford in 1906, and the doctor
of philosophy degree from the Uni-
versity of Strassburg in 1909. While
in Germany, -he attended the Univer-
sity of Berlin and the University of
1 eipzig. His research has been en-
WArY" in the Semitic philolgy and Ian-
g1ages.
~ROME.--Pope Pius has addressed a
AL~ter to Cardinal Pompilj asking himt
it urge Catholics in Rome to public
"'ayers for speedy cessation of the
1*1gious persecution in Mexico.
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'.A 36 Day Personaly Conuctzdt Tour
All Exenses
.,. t,.n's xn Wiho e CRAFS G1n
,colelate Tours
3 2Never Weore has there
bensuch a great travel
,: -mo buy"as this Imagine
a 86-day tour to England,
Holland, Belgium WAn
,.v France at a cost of only
ro ten dolarsa day!
INMTAD of Just an ordinary vacation t the
mountains or sea-shore this sumer, why
Fnot Join our congenial party of college stu-
'.dent, instructors, alumni and their friend
whowill tour Europe? W eeky sailing froi
~.Motreal, on Canadian Pacific steamships.
a, Free side trip (via Toronto) to Niagara
Flls. Opportunity to see eastern Canada,
.Yromantic Montreal and picturesque Quebe.
Comfortable accommodations and app..
.~'thin meals on board the famous M" fleet
of the Canadian Pacific. An American Cl-
lge dance band with each party. Plenty of
- deck spacefor dancing, rest, recreation
deck games, sport, draatc. Two-day
voyage down the beautiful St. Lawrnce.
Cnly four days open sea to Europe.
Landing at Liverpool. we visit Chester
. and-Learningon. By motor to famed
English castles, the Shakespeare Country
rral England and Oxford Univerity. Four
±- days in London.
o Visit the Hague, Amsterdsm and Sche-.
enigen in Holland; Brussels, Bruges Zee-
"brugge,Ostend and other points in Belgium..
By train through the battlefields to Paris
*'hee we spendsa-week, with trips to Ver-
Ssailles and the American battle sector.
SAmple time for individual sight-seeing
Land shopping. Return sailing from Cherbourg.
S horter tour if desired, at $26 and $23. Exte-
alons to Switzerland Germany and Italy at mod-
erate cst. hour management arranges
all details; personaly conducts party.
o-'Canadian Pac ac
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'Jl.'rt Craft* GuIld Travel Bureau Dejt.121'
-S 50 North. Dearborn Struet, Chicago, Wi.
Gentlemen: Please send rue, without obliga-
tiourso !A prt full details of your Collegiate s
N'ame------------
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Museum Receives Yost To Address If~lI~PC~lSSO
Ancient Pottery l Deaf Mutes' Home, ~u~
Pieces of a collection of porcelain f dis o [ R~ AtF~ Ih
Pottery from o1(1 burial graves and We ts(eiee oabnuto i
caves in the Philippines have been re-1
ceive(I by the Museum of Anthropol-' deaf and (111111)people's home.f Two reels of moving pictures giv-
ogy from the Pennsylvania museum at Coach Fielding 1H Yost, director of iflg illulstrationis of the oak flooring
Philadelpihia. The collection has been inter collegiate athiletics, solved the indu]lstry were shown yest erday after-
ah at r uemasala x prob~lem when he consented to spear noon in the -Natural Science auditor-
hibt.at the annual athletic banquet of the m
The 31 pieces just receivedl were deaf and dumb people's home at Jlack- 1
collected by D.,C. Worcester who, four sonville, Illinois, on April 14. He will The progress of the logs was tracedl
years ago, solMd them to the 17niversi- tell his audience the story of Michi- from the forests to the mills, and
ty. The collection arousedI enough in-! fan athletics through the medium of various steps hr the manufacturing
telnne oraepdibete12-5heotion whchi ctuire, anid not vocally. of the flooring were illustrated. Pie-j
Phi ,}ineexpditon hic. Js i The coach will be Present to super- t ures of the quantity of p~roduction
charge of .Dr.(Carl G. Guthe of the vise the movies, but will say anothing. and the extent; of the distrib~ution
Museum of Anthropology.

systemn of the E. L. Bruce comip .), LONDON. --The Hongkong corres- BERLIN.-Advices from Andenmatt,
of Memnphis, Tenn., who furnished the pondent of the D~aily Mail reports that Switzerland, report the recovery of
films, were included. A few expi in- two of the Iragest medical institutions4 the body -of -Zinaida Jurjewskaya,
atorv remarks by Robert Craig r.. l in south China, both American con- Russ ianprm donna, who leaped from
of the forestry dlepartment., p)I O( -"trolle'd, have b~een closedl through the : the Devil's bridge there early in De-
ed the showing of the picture s. 'iatitude of the red labor unions. cember.
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JAustria ha s been dleclared illegal by
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A number of energetic students
can make good vacation money
selling Gabriel Snubbers on
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Mr. Keys, 5936 John R Street,
Detroit. Phone Empire 1309.

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5Cto $2.50
AR Rt t.I(~ 50c to $1.501
POSITIVELY LAST WEEK
THE GREAT WAR COMEDY
WHAT PRICE GRY~
By Maxwell Anderson & Lawrence S tailings
NghtS 75C t i5
Mats lues.Thur.
Santele rajiuu~and Sat.,5acC75c
Wpgdwtrd at gliot T01. Glendale 979;?
The BON.STE LLE CO.
In "Rest Of A14 Amiericau Cosied lesa
"'The Show Off''
By George Kelly. "No Play Can Be Funnier,
Schubert Lalayefte ~tytea h
Nights, 5oc to $3.co
Sat.M at. 50c.$25.o
Pop.Thur. Iat. 5oc to $2.o0, plus tax. Cad. 87o5
World's Greatest Musical Play
The STUDENT PRINCEL
IN I EIDlERER

AN~IE
"Miss Brewster's Millions"
IMACK -SE NETY msn Alatal~on taugh-ge:tter/
"Feattrine~
A RY L ANGDO
,Keith Stage Feature.
The Sensation of the Century
(Figure it out for Yourself )
Soon-
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Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor 8:05 A. M. (Central Time) and 3:52 P. M.
(Central Time) respectively, connecting with Grand Trunk, Michigan Central, Pere Marquette and Penn-
sylvania for all principal destinations in lower and upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Would suggest puraeba,;P railroatd tickets aInd check ))aggage in advance so as to avold unnecessar-y
delay and coffusion at trsaint tme.
For information regarding Fares,,'Train Schedules, Reservations, etc., apply to W. Hi. Weed, ticket
agent, Ann Arbor Station, or the mndersig ned.
if. S. BRIADLEY, Traffic )Manag'er H1. A. MILLS, Comnmercial Agent
'Toledo, 0111o Ann Arbor, ich.

For the accommnodation of Univerity of Michigain Students returning home Friday, April 9th, for
Spring Vacaftion, the Ann Arbor Railroad wxill Inrovide tho following train service:
SPECIAL TRAINS
Leave Aim Arbor .................11:00 A. A. (C, T.)
Arrive' Toledo .............................. ..1:34)1'.3t. (E. T.)
This Train will handle passengers'onily for Toledo and Points Beyond.
Leai'e Ann Arbor ................................3 42 P. 1T. (C. T.)
Arrive (IOsso.........................................6G:35 P.Mii. (C'. T.)
This train will stop at 1-lowe(ll, Mich., and Durand, Mich., to discharge passengers, protecting Pere
Marquette anti Grand Trun kconections.
REGULAR TRAIN SERVICE
40I T lll}Y UtiD /
In addition to the above Special. Service the following regular train service, Ann Arbor to Toledo,
will prevail:

Leave Anni Arbior ............11:14 A. M3. (C. T.)
Arrive Toledo.............. 2:14) P.11. (E. T.)
IN 0R' IIOU,'ND

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JUST TWO MORE DAYS
TODAY AND THURSDAYCA,".TBEHLAL'E

THE BEST
DRESSED
LAUGH SHOW
THAT EVER
CAME TO
TOWN
.JOHIN 1IcVOQRXICK
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REBIAD FRANK ELLIOTT'S RETIEW
heesno use in dlragginlg out aull the time worni superlal-
tives ill praising this Colleen Moore acliievenlllt. Th~ey~ doni't
1manlimuch in these dlays. 'Neither is it p~ossible to go jilto
dletail in this short spaice in telling' you about the manily good
thing's it possesses. Perhaps it is bjest just Ito say: 'Tfhis is
Picture." It would be a difficeult matter to imiagine :a feature
that could offer miore entertainmiient than this. W~ithl these
assets--a great stair, a famous title, a, 'wonderful casta. splenidid
story an([ to cagy the c'limiax a fashion sliow inl Tecllilicolor that
sulrpasses anythcing of if's kind so far Jplaced1 on the shadow
stag-e.- The style review, alone, will p~ut "IIRE IN E" over, and
tilere's two solid. reels of it. Yes, it cost a fortlune alld1 showes
it. 1Iss Moore IS Irenie. She's imneise. The nation will s0011
be talking- her work ill words of praise seldlomi heard.

Policy
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Every Woman Should See IR.1
Every Na Will See Its-
ADOLPH) ZUROP, Aw, JESSE ( MPS!KY oUZstlW!
SCENESt 4I J
IN ESTH ER RALSTON
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LAWRENCE GRAY
"~MISS AMERICA"
(rY y zgnphier)
- THE ATLANTIC CITY
BATHING BEAUTIES
\\\ A galaxy of glorious
girls ! A display of the
latest styles !
ill A sparkling comedy-ro-
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Whitney 'theatre
3 Nights, Commencing
'Thursday, April 8
Seats Now Selling
EMINENT TRAGEDIAN
.ROBERT B. MANTELL
Supported by
GENEVIEVE HAMPER
}And Specially Selecteu
Company in Shake-
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Supported by All Star Cast
LLOYD HUGHES
CHARLIE MURRAY

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