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U. SICILY A COUNTRY
Professor Cross Describes Monuments
and Ruins of Historic
GREEK TRACES STILL LEFT.
In introducing his lecture yester-
day afternoon on "Sicily and Its Mon-
uments," Professor A. L. Cross pointed
out that Sicily was a country that had
only a past, no future. to turo plun-
dered, pillaged and misgoverned by
Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans, Nor-
mans, and Saracens, the never inde-
pendent island, Is today an eloquent
testifier of its history.
Professor Cross illustrated his lec-
ture by views of various ancient cities
of Sicily, with their monuments, re-
lating curious little Greek myths in
connection with each. Touching upon
Messina with its beautiful cathedral of
Gothic-Italian architecture, Prof.
Cross spoke at some length of Palmero
with its magnificent harbor and dis-
tant mountains, its old monuments left
by the Normans of the twelfth century,
its great cathedral and Episcopal pal-
ace connected by two remarkable
bridges. In the palace is the tomb of
Rajah I, under a marble canopy. The
palacethroughout is a dazlig mass
of gold and marble mosaics. Some
distance from Palmero stands an an-
cient monastery founded by the Nor-
man king, William the Good, to which
can be compared, according to Prof.
Cross, only St. Marks of Venice. In
thiosmonastery therekare two thrones
one for the bishop, and one for the
king, showing the temporal independ-
ence of the Norman kings.
In speaking of the ancient cities of
Segesta, Selinus, and Girgenti, with
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their ruins of ancient Greek temples crated to Athena, is today the seat
and monuments, Prof. Cross explained of worship to the Christine virgin, who
that here one came upon the real is almost as popular as St. Lucy, the
Greek of Sicily. Syracuse, in the patron divinity of Syracuse.
southeast corner, is the only ancient In concluding his lecture Prof.
city where life has been continuous. Cross said: "In Sicily one can never
Its ancient temple, -a mixture of mod- get away from Greek myth. Even in
ern and Greek architecture, has been the faces of Sicilian youths, one can
a place of worship for pagan gods and perceive traces of the ancient Greeks,
goddesses as well as the Christian as in a past country of ruins, their
deities. The temple, originally conse- ancient splendor."
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Special This Week
AN OLD TALE OF LOVE
An American girl, heart whole and fancy free, doesn't know
her own mind. She visits the Sphinx at night and it the thrilling
adventure that follows becomes acquainted with her real self.
It's gripping from start to finish.
The management is making every effort to provide a cool
pleasant place of entertainment for the slimmer students during
the summer months. Whether we succeed or not we leave to
you. On one of these hot evenings try sitting under our sub-
dued light and electric fan.
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Perfumes, Toiet soaps & Toilet Articles
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THE NEW CATALOCUE OF THE
UNIVERSITY 'OF MICHIGAN
is now ready
Complete information ooncerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy,
Dentistry and the Graduate School
and the Summer Session
Special courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Landscape Design,
Higher Commercial Edncafion Including Railway Administration and
Insurance, ArchitectureConservation Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated
with Ann Arbor High School fo r ibsrvaioSudy), nds a course
for thospneparing r hreHscentific administraiionofohdeparments
of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announce-
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