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VOL. V. No. 22.



LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 'with poweor to brow Iboos wit of tl1'
Michigan Library Association in tlliir.'Ilolw1innew-
Session. -Speeches by Pres. fill 01)1rationlin iii Ntv York. iii)) veryv
Angell, Utley and Others. ''ofit will lie 0011' w to ms it I we'.
-Meeting Closes Today. fness ~inier.

Snob was the Score Yestorday.-
Playin-g was Slow on Ac- Li ysto lat ithoutiiiiilbooks.
count of the Roine Soiiii peopletinough try io 11.1
mus ii li lrst11ul "; Av1iihittle

ll is fourth wnt' l1lli 1 j.it
p 11i.1'(' yew tiliy ii 111 .' f lily roC1s.
'Ill i lnecwire 1ul's''.i ledIoiii lt b
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to ( es~ ideni if 1, 1w -111w coli( i1
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us nido. ''lati(:.h ii iiii
iii' ilenalw iul.JI 1i rci' ii 1115 c
1? zsofleinuli.n ,.nd p
r'it s h ich r'w i iiiiil - e,0 ll d il for0
t11w' inlow. iwi iii' tlitin 11ii'.]:t iw en swily
cIot wlh lsten to ]l(i frli'. ;el
Soil.1S Mo'lii'nol' l g wixofili 1ic
tiiir w ln; . ubolidte1. 'l'iii'ioi'11;,'

Thelieettin" o1pens ihis morningo
wthil n ppori on ''Book Finding" by
A. 1It. Ropkinow. 0t1111'ounil l1110ry
glee and Banjo Clubs.
in)' eililt'lsliill ofi tii (!1Jo'et(iid)
Firstl ow.wenosI. .t. iene' i. 05lit,
'11 1M;, wiol in.ewM.Sii' bow ,'1S
Vi. A. Spunkly. '%1litIGirl ltil)').
'11)1< lntIL.' W. 1 non,0IsI.N'. n-
untie.'4, 95i. S'l1ondissm-(511 ',.I

Yesteriday's fglill' --tili ,1nuiaii Col
cli'lege iasi frll praclltice00111) 1 1111.0t1le'
Wasliy elevien.1 The '1') 11') 1)111 1of)
ril tO ii 11111o'ninuedl1w thr1ough'1)111 lh~
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ii'ntoiteloom' in liichi cl ai itt11e
slw ola1 I ecl

We Sad Bq tIhose Which Have TIner
51 SoothTXain at.

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7 S) libraries of over ' 10,000 voluIlles l
.incl 44 of over 2,000. She also l;are 111
aceounf, of the establishment of some
of the more important libraries. Arith

Ht'. Hi. P. ('ollin eaaperlorno
libiraries'wof valuelltolltill' ilmliliill."
Hei highly ireommllendiedl 00)111buildi-
tioi. ff1'alsoew mentionedltheltai b wl-
liliiwii of a jutenile tdephartment li ll
twile ciies.w
potanceitt f tic 5illogicl study.andi
is in Caor of .libralies being t'el
ject. The library imay. 10somelix-
ten11tireictft'e current of pulic~i
thouight. Maniy of 11h' larggi' iiir-
shties are new giig a, grieat (:teal of
aitention to this sofulcit.
Mrs. Mlary C'. Spenceir, librarian lif
lilt Stt' Litbrary at Lansing, des-
cibked the libr'ar'y ter iiiandi'reidles-.
tracts Cfrlo a hill, 10 be prne to
thew next legislatuirte, allowtinlg fgradedt
Orlle lslibraries undter tertaini coi!-
-ditlos, 10becomeilassociate oui'oiiers


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