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SATURDAY, :AOVEA,1 3EIt,6, 1926

THE MICHIGAN -.DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER~6, 192~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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USF~ASSISTANTIRecommends Movies'
As Aid To Religion'
RETURNS FROM EAST~.

Greenmian Beck From Three Week
Trlp, Stu4les- Origin Of Pottery
Found1( Last Summer
VISITS INDIAN EXPERT
Emerson F. Greenm-an, assistant
in the museum of anthropology of the
U~niversity, returned to Ann Arbor
Thursday night from a three weeks
trip in the East, during which time he
visited many museums and au-
thorities on pottery of the Iroquois
Indians. The trip was for the purpose!
of ascertaining the exact origin of the
pottery which Mr. Greenman procured
in his excavation work in Missaukee,
Ogemaw and Macomb this summer.
Mr. Greenman visited the Peabody
museum of Harvard university and in-
spectedl some materials which were
f excavated from this state a half cen-
tury ago. The materials that were
there, according to Mr. Greenman, in-
dicate the presence. of the Mound
.1 builders of Ohio in Michigan during
prehistoric times.
Th'e pottery which Mr. Greenman
carried to the East for examination
by A. C. Parker, Rochester,;,N. Y., was
declared by Mr. Parker to show
marked Ir~oquois influence. It is re-
gardled as a further substantiation of
the theory that the Iroquois migrated
up the Mississippi valley and through
Michigan and lower Canada before
settling in New York.
JUDGE RESIGNS I.N
FACE OF~ CHARGES
(By Associated Press)-1
WASHINGTON, Nov. 5.-deorge W.'
English, Federal judge for the eastern
district of Illinois, resigned today, six
days before he was to have appeared
before the Senate trial on the charges
of usurpation of power and other high
mis-demeanor. Immediately after-
ward- members of the House appointed
to prosecute the case, agreed to re-
commend that the impeachment pro-
ceedings against him be dropped.
Judge English's resignation was
handed in at the White House by Ed-

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Cardinal iDubois=
Prelate who says motion picturesI
will do much in the future toward
sustaining Christian faith throughout
the world. He expressed this view inj
a recent interview in Paris. The Car-
dinal believes motion pictures of to-!
Smorrow will exceed all our hopes and
says it will be through them that the
world will be a better place.
ward K. Kramer, of East St. Louis,
one of his counsel, and was accepted
immediately. The text was not made
public here, but as given out 'in St.
Louis it said, the jurist had become
convinced that, notwithstanding the
issue, his. usefulness on the bench hadI
been impaired by the proceedings in-
stituted against him.
LENINAKAN, Arm.-Earth shocksj
coming on the heels of the recentl
heavy quakes in Armenia, recently
damaged the. American orphanage at
Seversky, a suburb of Leninakan. The
children narrowly escaped from the'
walls which tumbled about them.

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