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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1951

EGYPT IAN FIND FOR 37 CENTS:

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Urn 'Lost' in Archaeological Mess

By GAYLE GREENE
The only known specimen of
Egyptian Blackware of the 12th
dynasty, purchased by a Univer-
sity archaeologist for 37 cents, is
lost somewhere amidst a "highly
organized" confusion of ancient
pottery.
The large black urn-shaped
piece of pottery, dating back to
2000 B.C., was offered to Professor
Enoch E. Peterson, for $100. when
he was with the University Arch-
aetiology Expedition in Egypt.
He was approached by his ser-
vant who informed him that one
of the natives had a valuable
black jar which he wished to sell.
* * *
?ROFESSOR Peterson who had
previously purchased s e v e r a 1
things fro mthe native said that
he would give him a quarter for
it. The servant returned saying
that the man insisted on $50.
After some bargaining back and
forth, the native finally agreed to
sell the jar for 50 cents. Profes-
sor Peterson said he would com-
promise, pay him 37 cents and no
more. The deal was made.
He brought it up with him to
the scene of a University exca-
vation of an Egyptian town and
it was here that he was in-
formed that this was the only
piece of Blackware from the
12th dynasty which had been
discovered.
Grad Council Calls
For People, Ideas
All departments In the graduate
school are asked to elect or ap-
point a representative to the
Graduate School Council as soon
as possible, so that the Council
may complete its organization for
the year, F. G. Adams, president
announced yesterday.

Peterson secured permission
from the Cairo Department of An-
tiquities to allow the University
to keep the urn.
* * *
LAST SUMMER it was moved
from storage rooms in Angell Hall
to the second floor of the Archae-
ology Museum along with the en-
tire storage collection of findings
from the University's three main
excavations: Asia Minor, Carth-
age, and Egypt.
The museum's entire collection,
exclusive of the five exhibits now

on display, were moved en masse
and piled on the sloping floor of
what was, many years ago, the
auditorium of the Student Asso-
ciation.
"I put the black jar away very
carefully so of course I can't find
it," Professor Peterson explained,
The Museum director does not
seem very worried about the miss-
ing relic.
He pointed out that while the
things may appear to be slightly
out of order that actually things
"are highly organized."

Each object in the museum's
collection is marked with a small
red number and a corresponding
card containing all the informa-
tion about that piece is placed in
a file. Of course the file still has
to be located.
"We will gradually get every-
thing in its proper place," Profes-
sor Peterson said, "but with 37
huge storage cases, thousands of
jars of pottery, rope, wood and
other relics to arrange it promises
to be a slow and tedious job."

Arts Theatre
C"lub To Meet
Burlesque skitfs to be presented
by four Arts Theatre Club actors
will be the feature presentation of
the club's open house to be held
at 8:30 p.m. today at 2091/z E.
Washington.
Marking the first such occasion
held by the club this season, the
program will also feature folk
singing. All students interested
in meeting the Arts Theatre Club
members, especially the new ac-
tors and actresses, are invited to
attend.
Following the four highlighted
skits, refreshments will be served,
an additional entertainment will
be provided.

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VOL. LXII, NO. 10
NOtices
To the Members of the Faculties of the
University:
There will be a special meeting of
the general faculty of the University
at 4:15 p.m., Monday, October 29, in
the Rackham Lecture Hall. All mem-
bers of the University teaching staff, of
all ranks, including Teaching Assist-
ants and Teaching Fellows, are cordi-
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student organizations are urged to reg-
ister their organizations in the Office
of Student Affairs as soon as possible.
Registration for the present semester
must be completed by Oct. 12. Forms
for registration are available in 1059
Administration Building,
Research Assistant. University de-
partment urgently requires the services
of a research assistant with a special-
ized background in spectroscopy. This
is a full-time position and provides an
attractive salary. Inquire at the De-
partment of Astronomy, Observatory.
Registered social events for the coming
week-end:
October 5--
Phi Delta Phi
Victor Vaughan House
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Alpha Chi Sigma
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Alpha Tau Omega
Beta Theta Pi
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Sigma Chi
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Theta Chi
Theta Xi
Triangle Fraternity
Sigma Nu
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Elliott League House
Gemberg House
Phi Delta Phi
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A representative of the United States
Government will be on campus begin-
ning Wed., Oct. 10, to interview people
interested in positions in Intelligence.
Male Citizens, 23-28, preferably unmar-
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upon age and experience. Men with
military experience whose undergradu-
ate concentration has been in the So-
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and June graduates may schedule in-
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blanks and full details are available.
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The Master Electric Company of Day-
ton, Ohio (a large electric motor manu-
facturer) is interested in recent or Feb-
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engineering training program.
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metallurgist or chemist to work on the
afternoon shift, beginning at 3:30.
Complete details are available at the
Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin-
istration Building.
Academic Notices
English 280 will meet, beginning on
Friday, in 3217 Angel Hall, 4-6 p.m.
Astronomical Colloquium. Fri., Oct.
5, 4:15 p.m., The Observatory. Dr. D. B.
McLaughlin will report on some phases
of research at the Mount Wilson and
Palomar Observatories and Lick Ob-
servatory where he spent his sabbati-
cal leave last semester.
Doctoral examination for Raymond
Eugene Knauff, Biological Chemistry;
thesis: "Thiamine Deprivation and the
Utilization of Certain Keto Acids by
the Rat," Fri., Oct. 5, 313 West Medi-
cal Bldg., 1:30 p.m. Chairman, H. B.
Lewis.
LS & A Students:
No courses may be added to your
original elections after Fri., Oct. 5.
English 2, section 13 (Mr. Moon, MWF
1) will meet beginning today in 267
Business Administration.
Seminar in the Applications of Math-
ematics to the Social Sciences. First
meeting, Fri., Oct. 5, at 4 p.m., 1007
Angell Hall. Professor Thrall will speak
on Game Theory.
Events Today
SRA Coffee Hour, Lane Hall, 4:30-6
p.m. All students are welcome.
International Radio Roundtable, Aus-
pices of International Center and
WUOM. Discussions are held every
Friday at $ p.m., on WUOM, trans-
cribed on WHRV on Monday at 9:30
p.m., and are broadcast on the Voice
of America to foreign countries. Sub-
jects for discussion:
Life In Other Lands, Oct. ,S.
America Through Foreign Eyes, Oct.

Marriage and Courtship Customs,
Oct. 26.
Students interested in participating
in the programs may contact Hiru
Shah, Moderator of the Roundtable.
Ph, 8598.
Motion pictures, auspices of the Uni-
versity Museums. "Journey in Tuni-
sia," "The Liberian Republic," and
"Pygmies of Africa." 7:30 p.m., Kel-
logg Auditorium.
IZFA. Executive Board meeting, 3:15
p.m., Room 3B, Union.
Wesleyan Guild: Movie party and
dancing at the Guild, 8 p.m. All Guild-
ers and guests are invited.
Westminster Guild: Hayride, 8 p.m.
Meet at the First Presbyterian Church.
Committee to End Discrimination.
First meeting, 4:15 p.m., Union. All
those interested are invited
Roger Williams Guild: 8:30 p.m., Tal-
ent Night.
Lutheran Student Association. Party
and Scavenger Hunt, 8:30 p.m., at the
Student Center, Corner of Hill rind
Forest Ave.
Coming Everts
Barnaby. Supper and Business meet-
ing at Lane Hall 6 p.m., Mon., Oct. 8.
Members may call 5838 before Monday
for reservations.

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