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December 14, 1929 - Image 2

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Huse Honors Woman lfj RIfrVIrAT~D~ Sec etFnl THREE PROFESSORS TO L
h rnnltteeship! . p ILf1LI~fIIIUIIIVIdto be fHeld Tuesda ATANAyOIIA
UV ____Three members, of the plitical is n lea
id~fi~IDflOK c fscience department, Prof. J 'Ra- amm
RLJI~b r ubDL I BE F RECA I urPRSON "'Euuuui I ~ ts~~om~tc ston Hayden, Prof. James K. Po- of he
Prf atra ens Wr Manual Predicted Periodic Tries: guards and better industries. "But,"! Speech Contest. arRlnigt tedtet enty-.
of Work in Unxcoverjng With Present System says the survey, "important as --- fifth annual convention of the mernp'
StofScti. ipwtoi.these three. are, they do not reach ( Fian the Extemporaneousi American Political Science ass- Dunn~t.
the root of the matter. If the Speech coiv est, held uinder the ais-; ciation. The meeting, which is to be Professo
BRICK TOMB DISCOVERED ~ BA E EETCAG tign asaet eniud' pices of the oratorical association, held in New Orleans, will last from I frethe
"tBA EEET_ H N EIsrnenasaetbotnewlltk lc uedyngta Friday, December 27 to Monday,
willtak plae Tesdy niht t8ganizati
!i---iprovisions should be made for seg-i o'clock in the Alpha Nu room of ,ee~br3. Reed wi.
Re ports of~ progres s mad by the Shortly after the attempted Dgtn rmters ftepp aweieHrwg 3,cara teUiver sthodecuie"tyC
expdiios ec~vaingunerthepnso brak i th Abun risonn fmthe esofteedpas Angell hal, it is announced by Two me 3mbers of the department cssion
direction of the University's advi- $ ~at uytetidiseo h of the Local Contests committee.
sarycomitte anNea Eas re _ Thefiv conestntswillbe os-James Hayden is the secretary-l this ds
serhhvpenrcee yA~eia risones.soei ephine Sullivan, '32; Carl H. Urist, treasurer, and Prof, T. H=. Seed, who' ton and
President's office. I...............................................mnul en R.ttmt er e, hoeiebberefeltayamb,, 3,ad rhr31G;- lI HenryIIIIiit!IItIIilIIII~~i~iiii
The Michigan-Toledo expedition predicted unless there were radicalcetervwobresfelhaCmpl,31anAturL ul
operating in Iraq, Mesopotamia, un- chne ntepeets~m they have nothing to gain or lose! son, '31.
den the direction of Prof. Leroy nconduct. inthehreset theemrIgh.The subjecs to be discussed will
M.Waterman of the Semnitics depart- True to these forecasts, the in-10 y good cnutWhrterit be "Coeducation," "Prohibition and FRI
ment, renewed its work in uncov-I matesoftepin at Auburnt aoe e a sds pa-1 University Students," "The Vae
Irn h ieo S ecatels ingly they felt that good behavior Case,", "raternities and Soroi-
e1n th ieo eecatels made their third attempt at escape nolnesue aoe is"ad"h ihgnAt
of September. latWdedy olne sue aoe is"ad"h ihgnAt
Professor Waterman this season: edesa. Conditions in the women's prison Ban."=y
Is .using a mosaic airplane map5 of Long sentences, the change in at Auburn were praised. But at1 Each of the contestants will re r +
the site prepared by the Royal Air' Assoiaed Prm 11'+j the. New York law in regard to several institutions the whle pro- ceive a special phase of each of It 'l 2 rzsiza
force. This map showed that part. Representative Ruth Bryan OwenI earning "good time and the spar- gram was characterized as "tn-I the five topics at 4:15 o'clock Tues-
of the city had been, laid out in Congresswoman from Florida, ing use of the parole authority are worthy of a State as advanced as day and will prepare eight-minuteT1
large rectangular blocks, 400 by who was apponited to a place on th he he cue fpio New York." talks to be given that night. Llflaenlscib1?ftt, A1
200 eets eparaltedbhesetinets the important Foeign Affairs cor-1 riots, according to the Handbook
sres SeeaofteetreLmittee of the Hlouse. Mrs. Owen is I -
have now been partially cleared the daughter of William Jennings' which was published by the Na--
and the character of the buildins ~ladwaseetdt h os inlSoit of Penal nora_ ______
th a t b o rd e re d u p oh m h s bla t N v m e .t o n__ _ _ _ _ _
revealed. This cnity teplant. seems eto (_a_______eetd _ote_ os'ipin er ayb odub ht v--
date from the Greek or even tTherewd cgand be nss'doub tto-
Babylonian period but the latest Engineering Building _ rrwi~adilns otiu-
srcueinthis section apparent- ed to the recent outbreaks at The
syte ruresmeofheinr to Get Bulletin Board burn and Dannernore," states the' The Genius Talks on the Scrten!
thia daefomteutpenfche.ar-_____ handbook. "The overcrowding be-______________________________
"hia occutepancy. r r rg- A new bulletin board giving the came especially seriou~s during the =
rat," the report continues, "a large names of the officers' of all engi- oppressive heat of summer. Moeiniateha. Atndtda'
burnt brick tomb was unearthed neeing soieties and class officerslo pedimaownefnfod
which the director of antiquities will be placed in a few days on provided by law very likely played a personal appearanice! Matinee-,come early. W itblwafwsnil
has declared to be the finest so the second floor of West, Engineer- its part. But it is believed that W itblwafwsnil
far discovered in the country. Most ing building near the door of the these were rnuch less decisive than All AnnAro WilB Here my buy at this store at reasonable
of the graves in this tomb had been Engineering Society room. three other factors, namely, the AbrwiiB
plundered in ancient times, but one Numerous requests for such a list long sentences meted out in the PLEASE NOTE THIS ENGAGEME.NT WILL PLAY THRIfU.=
was silitc n ile a rich IKaebe made, and at a recent past few years, the chage t"tet O-JSA NY ath Robes L
assortment of jewelry and beads, meeting of the Engineering Coun- good-conduct law and the ultra--
"Here too there was some diffi- cil, student governing body of the conservative administration of thelJWllR _a Lounging RobesN
culty in securing adequate labor 1 engineering college, oinwa aoela.O ..o-la-la Wil ogers gesa
owing to demands upon the inhab-I past for its erection. Edward Nell,I.plla Undoubtedly, more prison capac-I "Eiffel" and an Earful of Paris Bill FoldsN
itants of the local villages for work ('30E, has had charge of the work. ity. is needed, as well as more _igt ie
upon the canals. The weather has ________________life____________Belts_______P
been quite hot for the most part, °i- w.r""' ° . . . . t.
the highest recorded temperature gloves C
being 135 degrees in the courtyard
of the expedition's house." Hats1
In the Egyptian territory, Prof. Twentyfourth Annual Produ~ction -re
E. E. Peterson has reported con-teeankechef'_
siderable digging." Activities have IallfrheS
been directed towards ceaering some DrwrH sS
ara erteOdTml ihT oM r efr acs fthe object of ascertaining its date.L Hear Humidors S
Papyri, coins, and pottery have"forr"6 WILL ROGERS
been brought to light. Sing - Suspender
Chritma M"HG N N O O P R It For You"_
Aditvneino ayare the gft tems that
Preens dvncJi Every article one of dis
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_______________________Owing to Great Length of Production Shrt Subjects Will Be Limited. IIIIIIIt1P111i.lt 209 South Main
ICASS THEATER I-~ _4 _____________________

ave of absene his year, is
)cr of the board of editors
American Political Science
Prof. J. S. Reeves is a for-
esident of the association.
g tl ,e, Saturday session,
)r Pollock will speak be-
body on "British Party Or-
ion." On Friday, Professor
ill direct a round table dis-
group ' on the subject of
ounty Consolidation." Pro-
Bromage will take part in
,cussion, speaking on os-
ISuffolk County."
Teime at
lpfei& Co.
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pajamas =i
~wenter '=
await you here
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combination brick.
London Pudding
Teaberry Pineapple.
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