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'TUESIAY, APR114 21, 1925

TIHIF.MIC.HIGAN

DAILY

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~SHON INREPORT
11:3. Tt;'' Ie I mpJiuortat i eii ld H~e

Kansas' .Banker

Pr ei dte t 's Re po4rt , O O K A
W6 KID BY y OKS
Research work at the University.
of Mlichigan is becoming an important
Field because of the many ae>msi
ilions made for it fibre recently ac- i
cording to the president's annual re-
Paort for the school year 1923-24. 11
VThe Clements library is mentioned
As~ "a mine which will yield rich re-,
turns in the fields b)oth of history
Andl bibliography." The Starr Hunt
library which was recently purchasedl
~was collected by Mr. hurnt, a fli@Ill)C
of the United States and Mexican a ?
Imrs. This collection containsi books .
dealing mainl with Mexican andr$.vy:
Spanish law. A t~thrd new store of
boks was given anonymously to the ; tts s>tlirF tiLa' iou 1the
U1niversity; it is the manuscripts in notcbook {of 'ncio S:1 'ii U d phuaei uitP,
oriental languages, many of which apltrcrkthw -f::, in tI ho ha nds of a h d -
were formerly in the library of the, -et (i o~l .i.SeaL\hh1
Sultan Abdul Hamid. ( ,> 1I amd o h o
,.Archeological research has been Hel ei P hs wotrk 1 a iIy 1.
carried on in the Near East by Prof.: -___
J11. W. Kelsey. This work has barely !Ilte~,Arlft. lazn rc
begun and will probably go on for Ili C !l)j O VC HAn -
twoyears yet. ican ois 1!? I hO ~aS j sii 0-oeratiton11
'The Lawyers', Club, while little has lniaiti1esui fc-prto
been clone yet, will presently be the! ewe h ttctbd n l;
(,,enter of historical and comparative Itons o 01 alttioa h i<<r \\f8lac tieriblcule I ) .
leal study, especially the more hu- Ir .Bo(ihpi ote'eiiu
nxnne andl broader side of the subject. life of t ilt uiveorsity.

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