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THE MICHIGAN

D A I LY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, s30

Tnr T jEI S Belgian Princess Weds III T T | |i I nVW IPTARTICLES BY PRESIDENT
M!Heir to Italian Throne it.ST I bflU IN I' CREEN I| | lL nIHJ FEATURE JANUARY
FTE JRANUAR

RU TH EN
ISSUE OF 'ARK'

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VRLU LII IVIRA I LII11IRL; :N
ON UROPEAN TRIP , hA7':
Information of Ancient Greek
Inscriptions Received
on Short Tour.
DATA TO BE PUBLISHED
Rockefeller Humanities Fund:
Provides Expenses for
Undertaking.
Prof. Benjamin Dean Merritt, of'
the Latin and Greek department,
returned yesterday to Ann Arbor,'
following a short trip abroad in
Europe, extending from December
14 to 28, during which time he ob-:
tained valuable information con-
cerning ancient Greek inscriptions.
The expenses of the trip were de-
frayed by a grant of money from
the fund made available by the
Rockefeller Foundation for research
in the humanities.
Upon reaching Paris, Professor
Merritt's first point of destination
Was the Louvre; he had previously
planned to study there a preserved
inscription which he suspected
might throw new light on the offi-<
cial calendar of Athens in the fifth
century. In commenting on the re-
sults of his studies, Professor Mer-j
ritt declared, "During the four days
of my stay in Paris it was. possible
to obtain readings which definitely
determined the character of the:
official Athenian calendar. So far
as I was able I exhausted the pos-
ilities. s of gaining new evidence I s o '-t' rr t f. f'hoto
from this inscription. In many Princess Marie Jose,
places the text is hopelessly lost, 01 Belgium, who yesterday was
but I could recover with certaintyg
five 'corresponding dates between united in marriage to Crown Prince
the official and civil calendars. This Humbert of Italy.
new evidence is sufficient to de-_
termine the nature of the the offi- Morrisn W l tend
cial calendar at this time."
Professor Merritt next traveled iAtlantic city Meeting
to Amsterdam, where he conferred;
with Dr. J. J. E. Hondius, editor of Prof. Roger L. Morrison, of the
the 'Supplementumr Epigraphi- highway engineering department;
cum Graecum." Dr. Hondius is pub- will go to Atlantic City next week
lishing in the "Suplementum" a to attend a meeting of the Ameri-
complete set of the so-called Ath- ;can Road Building association. Pro-
enian "tribute-quota" lists, which fessor Morrison is a member of a
Professor Merritt has prepared in special committee on grading. He
collaboration with Prof. Allen B. will also attend a meeting to estab-
West of the University of Cincin- lish a new division of deans and
nati. The epigraphical plates professors of highway engineering.
which accompany the publication Prof. Alfred H. White, of the
are being prepared at the Harvard chemical engineering department,
University press, with the expense will attend the regular monthly
borne by grant from the Michigan council of the American Institute
Faculty Research Fund. The publi- of Chemical Engineers in New York
cation is planned to appear in the on January 17. Professor White is
early summer of 1930. president of the organization..

EF rLECTI o oNS Michigans University Museums .
IN U[N 15 UUN L5 I L 'JLIL L M a s n ie placque of a sitting monkey, and
<esterday issued the January nurn- Dr. Ruthven had it painted a bright
______ Mexican Romance. ' b___er of "The Ark," official building blue much to the discomfort of the
publication, and one of the few of ,d
Brumm Says Unusual Interest Warner Baxter is seen again as a Lennox Robinson, Theatre Head, its kind in the country. This new remainder of the Museum staff
Is Due to Widet Reading Mexican caballero, after his earlier to Present Spring Effort edition is unique in several lines, whose sense of propriety concerning
role of the Cisco Kid, in Romance carrying special features by Presi- monkeys shunned such an exager-
of Newspapers. of Rio Grande" at the Michigan. of Play Production. dent Alexander Grant Ruthven, rated color. Dr. Ruthven replied
Filled with atmosphere, action, Museum head, news of all the major with the query, "Why not? Art
TWENTY SCHOOLS ENTER j color, and melodrama, the film is i WILL ARRIVE IN APRIL departments in the building, and and design are frequently discussed.
exceptional as an out-door talking several feature stories, one of the Is Nature artistic or is she not?
Num'erous inquiries indicate an picture. Lennox Robinson. director of the best of which concerns the recent Why not have a blue monkey? He's
unusual interest in the forthcoming the star are Mary deer hunting season in Michigan much more appealing tha an ord-
ewYr in urn vn supotn be har i uln rlnadeeriutsinticseasults. marytha
Duncan, Antonio Moreno, Mona and its scientiic resultsinary one"
oew York Tim'es Current Events Mais, a newcomer, and Robert and a noted playwright, has been According to the hunting story, Among the remaiing feature
contest, accotding to a statement Edeson. They are well adapted to secured by the department of 1929's autumn provided a steady stories which the "Ark" includes
made today by Prof. J. L. Brumm, their parts and give convincing speech to direct a play for Play flow of deer skulls to the back door for January are several short tales
chairman of the local committee. performances. The plot is old but Production sometime in the spring. of the mammal division l-st month. of Christmas woe and work, car-
The contest will be held on March all' dressed up in an entertaining Mr. Robinson is expected in April Of this number, about 200 were se- ied on in particular by Fish divis-
manner. There is jealousy over a and the production will be present- cured from a .Detroit taxidermist, ion, which "never sleeps," accord-
ranch inheritance, an intriguing ed in May. probably at the Lydia although the antlers and top of ing to the article.
three to five o'clock in the after-:villain and his woman confederate, Mendelssohn theatre. skull were sawed off for mounting. Publications were issued during
noon. the hero, and the girl who lovesMr. Robinson, beside his activi- Dr. Ruthven's feature appears on December by the "following mem-
"The cash prizes are well worth him in silence. Two songs may take ties as director of the Abbey The-' the frnt page of the "Ark," and is bers of the Museums staff: Dr. Lee
taking a little trouble to win," said your fancy. atre, which is the National Irish placed under a cartoon of a grin- R. Rice, Arthur Svihla, Ruth D.
Professor Brumin. "The total The background of Mexico and a theatre, has written a number of ning monkey about which the story Svihla, Dr. Josselyn Van Tyne, Dr.
award of $250 will be divided into rich, well-populated rancho is es- plays-among them. "The White- is written. It seemns that the Presi- Carl E. Guthe, and Melvin R. Gil-
three sums. The first award of $150 pecially effective and offers plenty headed Boy," and "The Round Ta- dent's niusuin office acquired a more.
will go to the undergraduate who of opportunities for group. singino. ble.
writes the best test papers. The Spanish dancing, and string m The Abbey Theatre movement isT_
papers music. famous on the island for having;
second award of $75 may be coin- Cut-door sounds in great numer bemosore and foundeding LAST r*J2:00-3:30
peted for only by freshmen or so- give the impression of being genu- beLady Gregory, Yeats, and founded , - TIES U . T H 7:00-93:00
phomores. The third award of $25 ine and are novel to hear. TheL
is, like the first, open to any under- whole production exhibits f di- several years ago. a r
graduate and rates as the second rection. Last year, Mr. obison n
prize.A carton coedy se, to rxusiced at the Bonstelle Playhouse,inJI BRA
prize. A cartoon comedy set to music Detroit, and presented ' The White- ALL
The increased interest in the con- is silly but highly entertaining. One headed Boy." During his stay in
test may be owing to a more gen- news reel and a sound review coin- this country. he made several lec- - TALKING
eral reading of newspapers by un- plete the show, which pleased the tures and attracted a great deal ofS A
dergraduates, said Prof. Brumm. audience well. Sttention in Ann Arbor as an cx- IREN
Instructors generally do well to n.P tentof nAona ae
t. -*1A-+. "4- ,.1-- ---,+ponent of the national theatre;NO

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encourage students to keep abreast
the times," he pointed out. "Col-
lege is no l'onge' an isolated retreat
from the world. It touches life
vitally at all points. The news-
paper and other current publica-
tions are as vital a part of modern
education as are text books. More-j
er, students Want to know what
is going on in the world."
The Times contest was instituted
to stimulate interest in public af-
fairs. Knowledge and understand-
ing of the news of the past year is
the requirement. Twenty education-
al institutions are included in the
award: Michigan, Amherst, Brown,
Bryn Maws, Chicago, Columbia,
Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard,
Mount Holyoke, Pennsylvania,
Princeton, Smith, United States
Military Academy, United States
Naval Academy, Vassar, Virginia,
Wellesley, Williams, and Yale.
bISCOVE98 HUGE SUN SPOTS
(By :Associated Press
ROME, Jan. 8-Professor Joseph
Armellini of the Capitolino Observ-
atory said today he had discovereA
a series of new sun-spots large
enough to be visible to the naked
eye through smoked glasses. The
biggest was 51,250 miles long and'
32,750 miles wide, according to his
estitnate.

ROME.-Prince Spada Potenziani.
who while governor of Rome visited
the United States in 1928. has been
made a consul general of the fascist
militia, one of the highest ranks in
the volunteer branch of the Black

movement.
Expenses of the director's trip to
Ann Arbor and his stay here are
being borne by Play Production
from revenue derived from the
productions presented to the com-
pus throughout the year.

Efl4o CRACK OF
Starting Friday- GUNS
Betty Compson in
OTime- Place and CITY is
Ty AWAKE

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Shirts. H
: -k
PH LA L A,--a- ,e i-- L OTTAWA, Jan. 8- A tank, 4o,
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 8-- Luke feet long, six feet deep, eight feet ---- - - -----1# 1 1
Dillon, Irish patriot of this city, wide, is being constructed here for
died Tuesday at his home here. He the purpose of testing new designs
was 80 years old. in seaplane floats. NOW
SHOWING____
The Genius AVISHING ROMANCE, liting melody, languishing senoritas
. . . tinkling sounds of dusk, alluring glow of moonlight .,
of Laughdom Talks. ( a song of love that wakes in the heart, flames in the soul and
C glives in the memory! A man torn between duty and love . . . a
Chalking Up 1,000 ' p assion flower wilting between the fires of desire and hatred .
-Big Laughs. i comedy as light as a maiden's love whisper . . . drama as tense as
the strings of a violin. "ROMANCE OF RIO GRANDE" will send you =
I sailing on the river of adventure and delight and music. -
You'll marvel at the cast, which includes Warner Baxter, Mary
Duncan, Antonio Moreno. Robert Edeson and Mona Maris.
NOW
4 Shows
Dally -M
2:00
3:55
35 c --
15c
7:00
9:00
50C
25c.:
Talking
HAROLD LLOYD COMING
" hi King sof Comedy S peak r "T HE E
O DGREAT Also "Springtime" Pathe Audio Metro
WELCOME DANGER DIVIDE" Silly Symphony Cartoon II Review I News
NEXT SUNDAY--"SO THIS IS COLLEGE"
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Harald Kreutzberg
and
Yvonne Georgi
In a Dance Recital-Extraordinary
TLONf I GHT
AND.
TOMORROW NIGHT

Giovani Martineili
Leading tenor of the Metropolitan Opera Company
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will give a program of songs and ari'as
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ETON"IGHT
r: a . ":
8:15 P. M.
In the Choral Union Concert Series, Hill
Auditorium, Ann Arbor
Mr, Martinelli will take the place of Mr. Paderewski who was
blled to cancel his Ameican tour. Concert goers will please present
for admission Choral Union coupon No. 3, reading "Paderewski." -
A Limited Number of Season Tickets Are
Available at $6, $8, $10, $12

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Seats $2.50,

$2.00, $1.50, $100

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The artists have graciously consented to pre-
sent a different program each night
On Thursday Night the program will include
"The Angel of the Last Judgment"
and
'Persian Song"

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