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X~EDN12SDAY, OVl-lVIBER it 1, l192t3T EMIHG N AL

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turn in .their names to Howard Puc- ASIGTT-Tls amounting
kett, '27, general chairman of the coin-I to $22,931,055 were collected from 5,-
IIPwO A KO mission, at Lane hall. A group of197 lip psig through the Panama
__________________caal_(irinth last fiscal year.
1EAST LANS1NG.-Formation of a 1,- -
fraernty tudntsequal relpreseinta-' of the deer season more than 30,000
.ibruraian ofi t~h t t rylaids Li10bra iornYates fstudenit gvrmn utr eecrossing teSrisit
AidPeie O f1~ rlil sanucd the Upper peninsula.
Library A ssociation-
ES ON LECTIURE TOUR FTV

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Speaking on the "Stepping Scones to
the Art of Typography," Dr. HenryE
Guppy, president of the. British Li-
brary association and librarian of the
John Ry lands library, Manchest er, I
SngAnid, will give an illustrated lec-
tuvef, at 4I;15 Monday, Nov. 22, in Na-
tural Science ahiditorh~ilLlDr. Gxuppy
is a7), authority on block-books and
1wmunabula -am]I has writtIen rules on
c:ataloging in libraries, Ile is at lyres-
cut lecturing at represent ative Amer-
ican unitersities.
Tphe John Rylands lib~rary was
founded as a memorial to Rylands,
who wa s a British manufacturer and
pliiLan . bropist of the nineteenth cent-
,ury, by his widow. The library be-
gait with the Earl of Spencer's collec-
tion of block-books, which were print-,
ed from carvedl and engraved blocks
of wood similar to the modern wood-
cut. Tfhe library has also a large
number of incunabula-books printed
before 1500-including "Ars Morien-
di" and "Biblia Paulperumn" which
consists mainly of pictures with a
small amount of printing underneath.
S. C. A. To Organize
Labor Study Group
General situdy ot labor conditions in
Detroit for next summer is planned
by the Industrial Research committee
os the Student Christian association.
TIhe commission is already active in
sonmc of the largest cities in the
United States and is enlarging its 1
scopeC every year. It was instrumental
in bringing here Dr. George S. Lack-
land, prominent Denver minister and
student of labor conditions throughout
the world.
Any who are interested in the plan
to study conditions in Detroit should'
Call the homefoiks
by long distance

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