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Wins, Coveted Award fUO~llIT~~ll ANCIENT GREEK CITY OF SOKNOPAIOU
rr~wIR1,'V'~ESOS DISCUSSED BY BOAK AT CAIRO sr
y-The history of the city of Sokno- is in a better state of preser 'ation Ladies
mo ta^ixcnuisfrmcvtr wsasmwatdmgdI Leadher
s - .ApaL ,iou Nesos in Greek or Dime, coy- Among the surface finds of the ex-
I Lspt M r i_.'. rI F¢atiii ctLhe third century B.C. until three Iinscription recording the dedica-2
( nc Conc ece unIdyed gears after the birth of tion of a "Way" or avenue from
Christ and including four different the gate of the . temple compound Also Men'~s
I hurday.levels of buildings was described to the wall of the city. The remains
1 tweek by Prof. A. E. R. Boak, di-j of such a road as this has been ies9
A.h 7 iC 1l i ( ~(ilrctor of the University of Michi- 1 found and provcd to be a well built LPR
t OIIjU.L ui xWith m M y mC1 iii ,in Excavations at Karanis, in aj limestone road with an excellent AlIW K
Sthe e ;L~llt 1" )tiCl tl(AnA ech at Cairo, Egypt. foundation. 2
i Phrmzaceucal o iation \"; 11i C The most imposing feature of the The earliest layer of houses was TA f
*3iy ~O' first layer that the excavator s en7- set on bed rock and was occupied TI
r01;11 100ricoutered, according to Pr Aessor during the third century B.C. The
.y te Coie~e01 harmcy. ah- oak, is the large temple of Sokno-. houses in this era were well built R
e£ssiolis, ohnrigadafe-i o.Tetemple area is still will of stonework carefully laid in regd' 31'KS S~t
'10011.wi ll he held in the Union. m aked and the walls of the area, ular courses and held together with
Adr2s b enpomnnti at some places are preserved to mud mortar.
pharmas y doten roireltedn a height of 40 feet. Within this wall Professor Boakprhsidta
Y p ad otlwere at one time two temples, one future work on the site would throw
Isd"il egve eo tegt of which has been gutted by fire considerable light on the decline
rin, wh;le arfeature of the caneO- to the foundations, but tile othier of the city in the third century A.D.
I ay m eeting wifl be a trip through, ' _____________________________
lhe address of w elcomec will be
zive1n by Preside n5 Ruthven, Deign
Ass ociated Press Photo ; Clare E. Griffin, of the School o
3fu s i n e s s Administiation, and
~fThe Prix de Rome, a scholarship 1-avyA htecifpamc
for study at the American Academy Eist of the Univeisity, will also'
at Itome, goes this year to James 0. pe ik ,J- the morning session, _c.dm.
Mahorney of Dallas, for his painting ,hich will be followed by luncheon.
"Si~dayAftrnon."ThePri de Afternoon speakers will be Dr.
Ronne is, awarded every year to a ;Nathan B. Eddy, research profes-
young American artist, and is one -o of pharmacology in the medical
of the highest awards in American Dr .Gril ikrp
paincting.- col r .Gril ikrp
- tics, and hygiene in the s 'hool of
Edmnson to Address dentistry, and Dr. H a r 1l y A.
Wo ' nEdcto laynes, director of the Universityv
' _' _Euatn hospital. Following thiese threel
Women interested in education i;peeches, a trip will be~rnd
will he ir Dean J. B. Edmonson of through the hosp ital, and will in-
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the Education school speak tonight Nlude inspection of the hospital
on "The Purposes of the Univer- pamc, -al, o oy,~lr
sity Elementary School,"' at 7:30 rum, typical operating room, typi-
o'clock in the Elementary school eal ward, and other features.
library. Dean Edward H. Kraus, of the
_______College of Pharmacy, is chairman
of the meeting. At the meeting of
Ithe Detroit branch in tile eveningf, ~ r ~ rr A
I~ ~ I James Liddeli will act as chair- 1
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