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JAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1928

THlE I.C HIGAN

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Scouts Will Usher

WATI3IMAN TO CONTINUE ~RI?

At ootal Ga es Prof. Leroy Waterman of 'the
Semetics department will spend
Boy Scouts from various cities of part of the next five years in Me-
the state will again usher at the spotamia working on the excava-
Michigan football games at home tions of Seleucia which he started
this fall, it was announced yester- so auspiciously last year, it has
dlay by Harry Tillotson, business been announced by Dean A. G.
manager of the Athletic associa- Ruthven of administration.
tion. Professor Waterman will leave
Arrangements: are now being, about October 10th and, will be
made with the Boy Scout organiza-' gone during the entire first seine-
tions throughout Michigan, and it stead. He will return to his teach-
is expected that approximately ing duties the second semester and
1,200 boys will act in this duty. will follow this same program for

the next five years.. ar
University authorities have ar- m
ranged a co-operative budget with
the Board of Directors of the To- im
ledo museum which will give the th(
Michigan excavator a much larger st~
staff and additional equipment. int
The material uncovered will be di- °gal
vided as last year with the Toledo sta
institution. COY
The major part of the collectiop~7
will come to Michigan and Dean
Ruthven hopes to arrive at some wo
plan which will allow the students abl

4 EXCAVATIONS
nd the general public to view the
iatonial.
"I hope to discover all the most,
nportant data that is buried in
e succession of cities a t Seleucia,"
ited Professor 'ater~r~i in an}
iterview yesterday, . The investi-
:or expects to have a minimum
i of -125, native workmen, ' as
)ntrasted with the maximum of
imen that he used last year.
Professor Waterman through his
ork has made a numirber of valu-
)le contributions to the world.

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