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April 03, 1929 - Image 3

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Un Michigan's Tyrant Genius," o does not believe that Dr. Little ex-'
inUiIIL other words 'rtGsidenit Clarence ercised this tact, and says, "ne in thte register of this year's ex-
Wt IG b Cook Little and his recent resignia- can understand why the Board of .edition to Mesopotamia which
Aniln is the subject of an article Regents which acted as the buffer $.p
[UL01O iO : dwritten by Prof. Wa do M. Abbot of between the sea of opposition and ;was recently completed undr te thesdvlo11 ter erd nzteeir
e htoi ewm rk e which esi-athi eilof a fellow welcomed his , direction of Prof. Leroy Waterman
pere ew.,..-rsinain.. of the Seitcs department. TL is
SOCIET fRAED) TO PROMOTE Tribune Magazine for suntday, It is this incornmronisig fear- ear's total of specimens is almost
arhINTERI ST IN COUNTYMah 31, 1 29. ilessness and independence that isv twice that of last year's expedi-j
]RESEARCHIES "Every controversy between Dr regarded by Professor Abbot as Ituns, 1,100 articles being ofi ialy
SLittle and the various factins l contributin g mainly to the failure listed.
= whih oppsed im," rite Ptofs- lof Dr. Little to administr in his lTeeatce r iie e
WILL CONVENE IN JUNE s or Ab owsedof anadiist rafe-town way, andi h explains the at tween the Museum of girt at To-
--v te (not educational) natre." And titude by the fact that he (Dr. leo and the University. The niewly
Intend To E6tablish Human isitry later, "the fact that Dr. Little wash Little) has had a scientific train- remodeled ~eberr Hall f:[unishs
Museum For Local Relics rih nmn;i o lo i ing insteadl f preparation for thej display room for these a byoni.n)
And Documents ,ideals, did not help the situation. consular eriCe."' fagmnts
____In fact his attitu'de has been ta.professor Abbot opares the it $k ottry, bronze work, inscritions;
Meeting to organize the Wash- he would rather have been right ]seemingly sudden change of stu- o brick, art pieces, weights, labels,
tenaw Historical society, .> ersons ta president." Behind those zmn dent and public opilnin in regard _ and tax receipts are included in=
assembled Monday night ats the portant points Professor Abbot be- to Presrdiift Little's desirability the collection, as well as many
University Museums building and lieves the actual reasons for the, with similar cases in the past, and other LpCimenS Wich increase
chsD.falE Ou toatecent" wrangling lie:. for one of reersusmouteumse foHnryPste clletio alead strte an
director of the -museum of authrocae chtheImostrlvi.tal qualiciatcations re- a pa hefe com ng zfro m I.:.} ., .augment the knowledge oft he r~
p o ya tei fis pesd n. quired by the board in hiring Dr. thgE s fl of hih e p cain
poloy, s thir irstresdenttheEastful of ighexpetatons knowledge of the early cities ac '
Theoraiain which will py Little Was that he be an adis- met with disagreement and un- cording to Professor Waterman. 1
m o ganitret inthe prov-trtradtbenamnsrto popularity and rsgned under cii - Excavations on the p~esent site I
mtecr anitrti the presicl aera- tact is essential. Professor Abbot( cumstances very similar to those began when Professor Waterman,
Washtenaw; county, has arranged Pfalcked by Dr. Litte, only to be n . y while studing at the Aerican
for the first annual meeting of Pollck eturns From 1 vited to return as an honored guest '.'~school of oriental Research t
he society on the first Monday in Meetino y a aterBoar ofaegens.,LkeBagdad, decided upon the probable
Jn at the niversty Museums ____wise Marion L. Burton, for whom a site of Opis, one of the wealthiest
bidn.=tthttmne en prfJaeK.Plokoftememorial campanile and carillon~ and most important of the old
hes ill.beAttatntimeandnewmef- IPof.i amcesceK.epoartcmeoftefund is now being raised, was freely!I Miss Jean LatenBabylonian trading cities. In dig
I ers will be eetaen nd. nw f Pticald Sciencefro armetinr- fIand severely criticised by faculty IdFying school student of MarshallI ging for Opis, Professor Watermn
~ieswl eeete.tre odyfrmameigo'and alunithroughout his ad-'Mo,wopas'oImt e a fudrmat f aPltrIIHel-
Elect Other Officers the Institute of Statesmen held last m(itato..,wopln o tept e a on ima
" iitain'.,endurance flight. > lenistic city, Seleucia, and ofth,
Other officers elected to serve week at Winter Park, Florida. Con- Dr. Little's personal character is -__________--_______________-___h
vihD.culeutlJn r r.sideration of the "party system" in hihpase swl1a i bl
idney W. Clarkson of Ann Arbor, thesUnitedoStatesdwassthenmait
'Ice-president, Miss Geneva Snithe 'object of the gathering. _ t sashlradasinit
A Ypiat, secretary-treasurer, Figures of national eminencte'scre sntafiue tde
nd a board of directors composed gathered at the meeting. Notable not demand sympathy. He has;
arl Pray, Mr. Oscar Eberbach, Mr. former editor of the Independent, sue . 'D a n c e
'M. Osborne, and M. L. D. Wines, who presided, Oswald Garrison Vi- e
The ultimate purpose of the so- lad dtro h ain rf mu I
iety is to create enough interest Lindsay Rogers of the political fM I
C2 .Washitenaw county history to science department of Columbia
svea Hmnhsoymsu University Pres. Chase, of North H V o
abished in- which there will be Carolina yUniversity, Dean W. J.HA E I U...
g,116cted ifor preservation material Shepard, of Ohio State University,AF E N O
~ltig o her~tra, duatonland Norman Thomas, president TRIED THE-
terary, agricuiltural, civil and candidate on the Socialist ticket- AND -
clesiastical history of the county. last year.TEA STEAK DINNERS I =1GTEV N N
he present officers have started' EVENyINnGlas wic il
e pres~eonlategnewhichewil
____De Lixe Gab
gin June.. at the
etDts o nna ndBgagIo At he Parrot "Where You Ar
Gathering$ Or Alumni Cheapest Rates in=-
Announcement has just been 35c for 1 o nL N OL l a s C rtain of
ade of the dates for annual meet- 50c for ? to J ES A RA TS ' Good .TmeanG oo oods"g-
gs in two districts of the Alumini 10c for each additional fare 1
isociation. The second district Saea ict
il gather ,for. its annualsession on Stt t-.Br
Arl2 nPiaepi;adte D-L6h0 Pcada tt ltP rox district will hold its meetings TwP ro Speaks s for Itself"
the same time as the Drake re-DeueC bE Hro
ys, on 'April 26 and 27 in Des ! euerC bEIuo
oAnes, -in order, that delegates at- and D"B a g~ce 0C"
t'n trh meeting will be able to r -. ,
ai dliiion for thxeir spare , mo- W iltan2-ouIevc
__________ RAVE, YomUII"-

c er erly Sumerian city Akshak, -
il o ' the same site., More than 150 engineers and in-
Ar iaking an opening at the spectors of the State Highway de-
"M'Iounds" which are 12 miles south . partment are enrolled in the sho9rt
of aadi nd two. miles west of, course in concrete proportioning
thke Tigris, the finds were so impor- offered by the Engineering school.
tai-t that the Toledo Museum of; The course covers a period of thrwee
Art has arranged for an extended days and is given to sections of
expedition to thoroughly investi- approximately 50 men- each.
gate the territory. Professor Water- W ork in this course consists of
m ,an's tri p last winter was to or-j lectures, recitations and I'Aboratory
(,a n ine the permanent project and demonstrations, all given, under the
to do as much digging as possi-; direction of Prof. Walter J. Em..
ble.; mons, director of the state high.
Between 100O and 150 peasantsj way laboratory. This plan was de-
were employed by the expedition cided upon follbwing the adoption
during the last winter to do the by the highway department of a
actual digging. way of concrete proportioning.
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