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TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1931

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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T U E S D Y. J N U A R Y . ,. 1 31 T H..MI..G A ND A IL..AG....E

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:ti cc.d GFof J.PZhlIppiS. .Discoveries!
Given ea in e'aog-nition of
GINL 12 COPIES ISSUED
Survey Directed by Guthe Led
to Studies of Ancient
Life on IlXa d:s.

OF FOUR GRET EAS'TERN SYSTEM

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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One of 12 copies or' the mane-
script account of thie lar e find.s(.f
arly pottery and p lorced',; '>Aad
by Prof. H. 0. Beyer, of' the 1j nivae ,it
sity of Philippines~, I h rc.
edc by the Tjniver'etv Y7 L ;sCvum II
anthropology in recc£,1giii~t of i the
pioneering work oT !:, iuaan ar- f
chaeologists who scrve:A to point the
w ,)y for recent disct0ve ics by thef
University.
.era Other CpisGiven.,*..
Only 10 other corgatnizations will
reweive copis; of the'r rare manu-
.'ciipt. They are the British and \VI.<~
the Victoria-Albert museums in
(mcdon, tbhe Metropolitan in New
York , the Imperial libers,' in Tokio,
the Royal Asiatic society in Shang-
hal, the Siam society in Bangkok,
L'Ecole Francais in Hanoi. the Phil-
inapine Bureau of Science in Man-
ilthe Fogg Art museum of Mhar-c dteFedmsu nCi
cago. Once labor(
iigan workers under Dr. Carl railroading are
1i.. Guthe, director of the University the East into f
?;useum of anthropology, made the (upper left of
irttentative su}vey: of ancient Baltimore and+
Ph-ilippine life in the southern is-
lands, during the period of 1922 to Central; and (
ji925. When the Michigan -party left, Plate.
Dr. Guthe suggested that others
continue the work, and the finds
of Dr. Beyer justified his expecta'- WE RENT
atisticyvale.racaoogclad WE SELLIC
atistibyvtheiracaoogclad WE SELLIC
Prehistoric Work Fount?. C1Tel. Y
Discoveries of pottery and porce- Te.2-21
pain made in the Riza I province in- 281
elude examples of prehistoric work
which may be fromn the Philippine
.stone age, pottery from ithe Iron_
Ie dating as early as 1~l) . C., P I NE
Chinese imported porcelain of the A1 N D)
twelfth and sixteenth centuries, P I3 N C I1
and Siamese Sawankhalok wares. All in ke and all
Much of the later Chinese and Sia-
ioese porcelain is of fine technical A lZed
and artistic quality, Dr. Guthe said, 0 D
and represents notable additions to 'D
oriental ceramics. ;314 Son tiSte

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11nio n Exective Council : Meets
at 4p. m.
Christmas Science Organization
iecets at 8:00 pa. nm. in the chapel
of tCe Michigan Leag-ue building.
.ca''s Research Club: meets
at73 p. iii., at the Museum of
APriaeoloc v. Dr. Orma F. Butler
7 lohgs'aDaiuics: Met at eight
}t ckin thle Michigan Leagute. Dr.
C' ui v itispec: k on the "Element-

IAuditorium (University Lectunre).
Jan. 8, 7:30 p. m.----"Possible Im-
munological Reactions in Plants."
Room 2116, N. S. Bldg.
Jan, 9, 4:15 p. in.- .The Self-
Sterility Problem." Room 2116, N. j
S. Bldg.
Sophomore Engineers : Will beI
excused from classes Thursdayx
mcorning at 11:00 o'clock tio attend
a class meeting in Rowe 343 in
West Engineering Building.j.
French Circle: Will meet on
Thursday, Jan. 9, in room 2003 1
Angell Hall. There will be a talk
on French Indo-China, with slides.I
jGlhiei'$Section: lMieeL'..ig of the i

ie y L'hoi." A good attendance isx whole section will be held JWednes-
devsired . Notice bulletin board for day, January 7, at 7:30 p. nm., at
the room. 348 West Engineering Bldg. Full

Majestic-Jean Harlow in "Hell's1
Angecls."
aih'n.-Otis Skinner in "Kis-
met."
Wuerth-James Oliver Curwood's
"River's End" with Charles Bick-
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G ENERIAL
Lecture-Dr. Ormna F. Butler, at
Women's Research club, 7:30 o'clock
in the museum of archaeology.
Lecture-Dr. Olsen on "Element-
aiy School," before the Michigan
Dames, 8 o'clock, Women's League
building.
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PRone. c Language B~uild'ing, on
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cais."
This is tht fourth lecture on the I
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Zoology Lectures: On January 81
and 9, Professor E. XI. East, of Har-It
,,ard University, will give the fol-
lowing lectures under the auspicesX
of the Department of Zoology:
Jan. 8, 4:15 p. m.-"Heredity and
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rers oi the roaas 'he Y now control, the obig; five of eastern
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Michigancusia ti: An important
meeting of the entire Michiganen-
sian editorial stag' will be held{
Wednesday at four o'clock. Tryouts
and r embers of the art staff are1
expected to attend.
Dana Conducts Session
at Foresters' MfeetineI,
At the thirtieth annual meeting1
of the Society of American Foresters
held at Washington during the hol-
iday season, Dean S. T. Dana of the
School of Fores tn' and Conserva-
tion presided at a session concerned
with advancements in the forestry
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