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S$ATUERDAY, MAY 22, 1926

THE MICHMAN DAILY

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x: ' ater an NWries N w Vo es n Iental society and also the Palestinian
C~NS [DD[DE aemnWie e oumesO soeal5ciety...
A, ~~Cor'respowndence Of Assyrian Kiings i I,, 11 [hPotesor Waterman pub-
! lshe "SmeKoujunjik Letters and
YALUMNUS IN PEKING!! Rielated Texts," and in 1916 the "Busi-
As t Dat of the Humnanistic.; eries from Hllsldale college in 1900, Pro- ness D~ocuments of the liammurabi
--ioft Ihe U niv ersity of which Prof. Fran- fessor Waterman then stu(Iied inh Ox- PeriodI." Hie has also aided in other
G aise F tpernogl. c aace o<e W eles dto-nche, r ford from 1900 to 1902 and in tie ii A tssyrian publications, including the
~erlFn ulsag h Ci-Leo aemno h eii ag versity of Berlin inI1906. le repceived contibiutioni of nearly one-fourth of
od ne a Cr m ell"n ow' bati g ant ng l frlln , hs rc nty.o -the degree of doctor of philosm<>>by the material in a "Ndew Assyrian Dic-
odd ner Pkig, and the virtues of pleted the Oditilg of "The Royal Cor-i
hisChrstin amyiscoltaiie~ If aresondnceof ssria Kigs, au ifrom the University of Chicago iii 1l2, Itionary," liublished by the Oriental
and has reetybe aaddteinstitute of the University of Chicago.
repot mde y ir. enni V.Smih, he ook s nw o th prss.LittD. an honorary (legree from B ills- He is a memlber of the committee
'09# medical missionary in Peking, to The work is a I ransiteration of the! dale college.. lie has taught in ]Wls- l o university professors publishing an
the .Methodist Foreign Mission hoard cuneiform writing of the Assyrianus, jda e college, .,.Meadville Theological up-to-date, scholarly translation of the
1n4wYrk h riia e g yi mt h cel ool, andl has been. professor of Old Testament.
Dr. Smith, declared that "the sold-! Profcsswr Wate, nan has had access smtc tteUiest ic 95
iers of General Feng pay their bills, iin the British rnuscum. The final liemiis atmebethte AmerritsicanO- a1o.91aly5.etses-
and in general (10 not prey upon h okwl ~ n the!bokwllb i ree volumes. _________________________________________________
populace. The present warfare, Ile Professor Waternian has recently '________________________________________
continued, in China is greatly hinder-, been invited to act as annual profes- -
Ang ;the work of the lncdical mission- ! son in the American School of Orient-1I
ari1's through the crippling of rail- 'al Research in Bagdlad for .the year
roid communications whichl is pre- 1927-1;;28.
venting the necessary suppilies fromi Receiving his literary dlegree and
coming into the country. later the bachelor of divinity degiree'
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