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Pan Of (arthage
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THlE THEATER
Today-Screen
ade-"The Man on the Box,"
aturing Sidney Chaplin.
estic - "Irish Luck," with
homas Meighan.
lrth-"That Royle Girl," fea-
ring Carol Dempster.

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Lights Installed
On Library .Files'
Lights have been. installed on the
catalog cases at the Library to aid the

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Acecomplishments of the expedition
fb4 th11e excavation of Carthage, of
wbiph prof. Francis W. Kelsey of the
Latin department was hgeneral direc-
tcw,', and an account of the trip to
Mount Athos for the.,purpose of photo-
rapliing the manuscripts in the old
nm a steries there, were told mem-1
bars of the, Chamber of Commerce,I
.<ttheir luncheon yesterday, by George
T *'wain, who was official photograph-
el" for the expedition last summer.
'uFiJiP work was under the direction of
a'Franco-American committee, which
hope(] to discover the old plan of the
city, and 'especially the location of
the' forum, Mr. Swain explained.
?The most outstanding result w."s
thie excavation of a small portion of
tlj city to a depth of 17 feet, or to
the "Solid limestone ledge, the speak- I
er declared, where they found more
tan1,000 clay urns containing the
ashes of the dead who had been cre-
mated, A layer of two feet of earth
h44'~d been placed over these and then
another level of the urns had been
buired. At still another strata the ex-
cavtors found great numbers- of
tore )tones, the writing on which was
st~ll legible to those who were able to
tfagslate the ancient language.
Teinhrabitants of this old city have
bp uaccused of burning large num-
bo'Y of children alive as a sacrifice
fothieir gods, Mr. Swain said, and it
ov-of intereat to the scientists to
fiit4; that many of urns contained the
ashes of children,
~1t was impossible to carry on any
e: 4~ended excavation in the city be-
cause of the highk price of real estate
tleehe declared, making it im-
pr-4eticable for private citizens or
eOuniver sities to purchase the nec-
e~s, ,y tracts of land.
nA vow, which~is centuries old, pro-
hibis the =introduction of any le-
mas including jnimals as well 'as
h pmason Mounrt Athos, a narrow
p nula on which are located more
thn20 ancient monasteries, Mr.
Swain said.
'ETR ITTHEATRES
T HIS WEEK I'
___ K Eves. - 50c to $2.50
~AR R ESatg. Mat. 50c to $2.00
Sat-dMat. 50c to $1.0
SDetroit Echoes Broadway's Praise of
~Stolen Fruit"A
j with
Annliarding-Rlo Peters-H.arry
D~erestord and New York Cost
Nigh. ts to -j50
hoIstelle Playhouse Thr.at.0c&7 c
Sat, Mat. 5oc&7Sc

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Fruit."
j!Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"New Brooms."
ISh t i.(4L afayette (Detroit) -
INew Detroit (Detroit) - "The
Grab Bag,'" Ed Wynn.
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EXCEPT°IIONAL
for male student desirous of
working his sway thru college by sell-J
ing a wohderful line of candies in
off-hours. Apply today. State age,
size, nationality, experience, refer*
ences and year course in University.
Address "F," c o Daily.

user3 of the files. These lights werej
to have been affixed some t, 1e ago,
but were tardy in arriving, dlue to the
fact that they are especially design-
ed for the catalogs. The reflectors
are airau. -d to cast the: light directly
down Upwn The trays.
ENcw labels have been placed in
1Some of the files, and eventually all
t he draw(-,s will be labeled uniformly.
Thlese ne labels are mtre lby a. new
large-type typewriter which the Li-!
brary ha s recently lhurchas d, and
which i> sait, be the only one of
lts kinin .Aii nArbor.

4 LE 1UIJ IATTEN09NI~C.E LUfU II tht the Yale medicine and divinity
schools would carry this program a
step further and. abolish the systemi
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Feb. 9.-Fol-R university a few weeks ago, the fac- 1of required attendance entirely.
lowing the example set by Harvard ulty of Yale university has announced -
I that after a certain rank in scholar-1I ROME.- With only one dissenting
ship has been attained by members of !vote, the Chamber 'of 'Deputies ap-
t ,T !the senior class, they may attend l1ec- proved the settlement of Italy's war
SH1ORTHIAND tares and classes at their own dis- ' debt with Great Britain.
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of Great Practiocal and
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II~NHLION 9 cedian of
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MaJi. Thomas Gi. Lanphier, comman-
der at Selfridge field, has been grant-I
ed a four months' leave of absence by!
the United States government to ac-
company Capt. George H. Wilkins -on
his polar flight in the spring.

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The ry 1c--It"Attnde
Trd
cthe Bond ,Business,
S OME college men frankly say they are
going to give the bond business a "try"
-an attitude which suggests lack of con-
fidence, either in the opportunities in this
field, or in themselves.
Before merely "trying" the bond busi-
ness, it would pay to look thoroughly into
its requirements and possibilities-to de-
cide on facts, not on impressions or fancies.
The man who thus carefully chooses his
work in the light of his own qualifications,
gives himself the best chance to succeed.'
To help you know more about the bond
business, as a basis for deciding your own
adaptability to it, we have prepared an in-
formative pamphlet which we shall be glad
to send upon request.
Write for pamp hle. Mall
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But they had to hock the Crown Jewels to get him across
the Atlantic. You can make a round trip, S T C A, this
summer to
EUROPE fOr $170
A cheaper- and better way to travel than Columbus--..
wiha wonderful crowd. S T C A trips are run b
college people for college people exclusively.

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1122 Forest Av.

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