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November 20, 1926 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1926-11-20

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SATURDAY, NOVEJ3FM1 20, '~THE MICHIGAN DAILYPAETRI

WAGE THRES

Phiadephi B bliphie Iec rrinen s siderable f. rca, othe vicwi that the 't'ha: the accumulated interest on any
Phildelp ia B bliphil Rec rn e ds greater things o life, and the most other form of investment.
Boo -C lle tig A E ucaio al lo by lasting contributions to civilization, As a successful business man,
have been made by the collectors o whose schooling stopped when he was
books, of stamps, or whatever else 15 years old, Mr. Newton remarks bad
Speaingon Thi Bok-Clletin Takng he.occsio tooutinethetheir hobbies may be. His plea was, Lack of them the authority and weight
Gae,"A.EdwaroN ewhi tBok-olctingicTaincis the accasion o moutinthethat every man and woman have a of xperience. He paid tribute to the
Gam,"A.EdardNeto. f Pil- deicincesoftheavrae hobby. He ridiculed the idea that ' vision and enthusiasm of Regent;.
delphia, author of the "Amenities of lbain Mr. Newton asserted that hisI book-collecting was a rich man's Clements, whose gift of his library1
13ook-Collecting,," and ,a, number of knowledge of 'books is all too often1 gamel. by pointing out the hooks of Ito the University, Mr. Newton said,
other well known works 'on library limited to mere card catalogue sta- the modern world which might now !(lid so much to, lift Michigan above the
methods, addressed a large group tistics, and is utterly lacking in the !be collected in first editions, andj average run of mid-western educa-
Thursday night in the William L. deeper appreciation for books which which, 20 years frc-n now Nvzould have tional institutions, and "gave her a
Clements library. Himself, the owner ought to mark a true librarian, but increased in valuc; far more rapidly 'real place in the world of letters." t
of one of the great. private libraries which in America so seldom does. He
of America, Mr. Newton explained to further pointed out the character of ____________________________________
his listeners the meaning and import-I the mistake made by so many scholars -_____________________________________
race of bookz-collecting, andl the who boast that they would just as
myster ies of, such matters as first edi- soon use a facsmile instead of the
tioln ,, uncut copies, fine printing, { original, and just as soon possess a olgIDiflyo
artistic binding, ascaincpe photostat as an original manuscript. IC leeDslyo
and other' matters of interest which "Such men," he stated',"are really\
Have hitherto been the pleasures of a lacking in the finer feelings for Intel- 1F'LO0 S flE I l
select few, but which Mr. Newton's lectual things which are the. mark of a
writings hav te introduced to tens of tre scholar." Smart Shoe
thousands of Amneiicans. Mr. Newton presented, with ° con.-.
Forward Pass ' I
four-button College Coat, 50 inches long.I
f Among Fashion's edicts it is the favored.I
Plain blue predominates. 304 S. State.
FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS
VV S 301 S. I atiSt.
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The speaker expressed the feelingI worthy by developing some kind of
that perhaps the cause of education! intel":'ctual enthusiasm.
might be well served by such institu-
tions as the William L. Clemnent 1 KINGSTON, Jainacia.- The legisla-
library in offering a goal- and a reward j tive council repealed the law smaking!
for those who made themselves Kingston a free port of call.

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This glove is superior in every
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