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,A l Two THE MICHIGAN DAILYSAUDYMY8,12

SATURDAY IMAY 8, 1926

LIBARYEXHBIS Proftects Supplies
inwlnde PlWtireS Of AlgerlaF:u^ ~ee n titl uis~
MONASTERIES SHOWN :::.r;
Photographs taken on the Un iver-
sity Near ihist expedition (1925) by,
G eorge It. Swain, University photo-
graher, form the subject of the Tires-
oet exhibit in t he lobby of theLi
brary. TIs expedition "-wa, headed
b ~ <'iir ' ii :i ' :i ."y P rof. F rantcis WV. K elsey, of the
La.tin d epyartm ent, director of Near
East research, and wa' founded by an' r
anonymous dlonor of I Siroit.
Views of the monasteries, on Mt.
Athos (Greece) fill most of the cases
at the south end of the lobby. There
is thme monastecry of St. Panteleemon-
also known as the Russiko, the mon-;
as tery of La vra--sh owing the facade
of the old Relaci orV, and the monas-
teries; of Vatopeli, Dionysiou, and Iv 4
eron (which was founded in 980), Lord J1ellicoe, Br itish naival heroi'
all situatedl upon the same Mt"Athos. in charge of the org~anization for
Tuisa the northern African coupir- maintenance of supplies in England
triy i4- which Carthage is located, pro- (luring the coal strike, and will direct
Vida, a number of interesting pic- the movement of these men in- handl-
tures. The city of Carthage itself is ing the supplies for the government,
seen in a number of views, showing protecting them against the strikersI
the large amount of excavation going and sympathizers. .
on. Other. places in Tunisia. are -
Dougga (the Roman Thugga) wherelo Th aena e
may be seen the remains of a RomanEz
theater built about 166 A.D., part of Former Student
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the ancient site Vof Utica, meai~etine,
near Gabes-showing an ancient hive-
;ilke dwelling hou.3e resembling a
iodern apartment somewhat, and the
lown of Tozeur, located on an oasis.
'The ?pictures of Syracuse, which is in
Sicily, will especially interest lovers
~f. the classics. In the general view
cof the town, there is a very well pre-1
sĀ«rved). example of ; Greek theater.
2"Iso in this city is to be found the
fountain of Arethusa, and "the ear of
l~ionysius" which is the entrance of
an S-shaped tunnel (noted for its pe-
cuhiiar echo), leading off from the
P,;rad fiso quarry. At Castrogiovanni,I
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Besides the photographs already;
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Cameron, according to Mr. Tfelsdon,
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among its ruins were found thePiep lP ca int s
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