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THURSDAY, .SEPTEMBER', 30, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THUUSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Li PY DISPLAY'S
F31T COLLECTION
ExhbitIs Gift Of Regent Hbad
Editions Will Remain On View
jFor Two Weeks
IN CLUDES 650 VOLUMES
VarmJus selections from thecacllec-
tions 41 of "Gulliver's Travels," Jona-
thon Swift's memorable satire opi the
goverment of his day, presented to
the general library by Regent L. L.
Hubbard, are now on display in the
main 4borridor of the library. The ex-
hibit, ;which was completed last Fri-
day, j rill rremain until about October'
17, to note the bicentennial anniver-
sary of the first publication in 17261
Original copies of the first five edi-
tions 'are shown; some, including the
first 4o, in the original covers. Oth-
er ea ly editions are on display, some
of w 1 ch are first editions of transla-
tions into several foreign languages.
Other, cases are given over tpsil
bour41 material, other wrkcs by
Swift, and modern illustrated editions.
Early English editions, ranging
from 1742 to 1840, form one group.
Anothe~r is made up of the imitations,
In English and other languages, which
began to spring up within two years
after fthe first :publication of the orig-
anal story.
The entire collection of "~Gulliver's
TraNMs," consisting of about 650 vol-
limes is only a part of the collection
of fie tlous travels and voyages, made
up ofd about 3,000 volumes, presented
to the; library. by Regent Hubbard. A
groupG of 1,200 volumes devoted to the
tale c f Robinson" Crusoe by Daniel
Defoer form the principal -block in the
collection, which is housed in a spec-
ial ropm in the rare book section of
the lbrary.
I GARGOYLE TRYOUTS
I All men and women eligible
o activities" and interested in
wting or dnsawing for the GAR-
GUOYLE may report at the edito-
rial office' any afternoon this
weok between 2 and 4. Material
is 'now being accepted for the I
Novkember edition.

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IER HELPS ICI RELIEF
RK FOR FLORIDA AREA

(By A:,socatcd Press)
CHICAGO, Sept. 28.-Proposals that
Herbert Hoover, secretary of com-
merce,,be put in, charge of relief work
in Florida drew from the secretary to-
day the response that, as a member of
the eid cutive :board of the American
'Red Gross, he already is helping to
revive and rehabilitate the devastated
area. j
DAILY STAFF COMPETITIOIN
Te'dtoral staff of The
Milligan Daily offers practical
newspaper experience and inter-
esting campus associations. Scc-
on4 semester freshmen or, sopho-
mares who wish to try out. are
ask~ed to see the News Editor at
the,, offices in the Press building
Iat once.

Add New -Course {isgnto
In Architecture. study of pattern design in the teach-
Announcement has been madec of awing of which consideration will be
given to the research work of the late!
new course In the School of rchi- J. Ilanbridge and Dr. iDenian W.
tecturc, to be conducted bly11. A. Ross. Classes will bo held Tuesday;
Fowler, instructor of decorative de- and 'Thursday.
1)ISTI7NCTIVE FOOTlWE AR
THE MORROW
w FOR MEN
$10
Tan and Black-Imported Scotch
Grain - Heavy Double Sole -
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The J. Murphy Boot Shop
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SLAST PERFORMANCES TODAY
And the Critics Continue
"One niust consider ' len of Steel'
as worthy to belong to the seiao' s
bet Jpethres."
RIICHlARD A. IIOWL.ANI
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December 4 ROLAND HAYES, Tenor
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