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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 LETH35IOGE HERALD 13. 1972 100 OVER yil STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA TO A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITED GIFTS THAT P GIVING! AM BIKE RADIO Arcn-ir, "P.c-.fi On? of Our Mstf faful-a Modsfs! Circuitry! BIST SOUNDING AM CLOCK-RADIO Orcnvnatic-Z ir. c- I Compact Phono -.Um Solid-StoU TODAYS STERiO AT YISTIRDAYS PRICES! A GIFT WITHJN Use Your CHARGEX! L ts frcl PORTABLE RADIO QQ95 12-67? Egyptologist finds home in Lethbrldge Hieroglyphics not Greek to university professor is something definitely about a modern- day professor who casually Ecrawls a series of Egyptian hieroglyphics on a blackboard. Dr. Dieter Mueller. assistant professor ti the history depart- ment of the University of Leth- bridee is sbie to do just that. If seem sn un- method of communica- tion. keep in mind that Dr. Mueller is an EgypVo'og-it. He readily admits that the ancient Egyptian symrxils are not cf much use in daily busxess cor- respondence, cut are vital to hi, research of records s-icient Egyptian civilization. A member ef the U of L (acuity sirice 1S70, Dr. Mueller carries with unimpressed good humor his somev.t.at rare sta- tus of Egyptologist- in fact, fcs says he terne to his specialty "a'mcst by accident." A; a -tjdert in East Gerrnar.y. Keter Mueller iiu- studied classics Greek, Lsdr: ar.d but fascinated vatri the re- the Old Test- a.T.er.t ar.d re er.ro'led in the ln- Etitu'e cf F-ijyp-tian Studies in it without amLle v.irr-ir.s from his PTO- "F v. a.T told.'7 he recalls students of ar.c-ient Egypt v-ere rr.U'jh in detnar.d and that I shtuid cr.TiSider the pos- of r.ot eating regularly ar.er graduation. sraduatiwj i long off so I decided 'fj pursue stiMies de- 'he TTJIS. a detsrrriined his degree h La'j.. Greek and Es-.ptian studie; his Ph.D. is EeyptoJogy. As it turned out. ir; chosen field vi-t-.it LONG ROCTF. i' v. EI.S a ci.-cuitwjs wtJch brousht hira from Leip- zig Vj iiis jijurr.'.'y took fi" plug 17-pc, 1i" let: i'pf r.andk, ratchet. Tocfj; 6-pc ccrn- Plui Ecr-us iron. a bargainl Hard wo Only 37 99 Open 9 lo 9 p m. until Chrittmat ;