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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER. 23. 1926

PAGE TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1926

FOREION pp~rFSSJ Clemnents Library Exhibits Books WhichI
RPRE RMRRFRPROnce Belongeti To Famous Collections

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U! LI IE1U U II i LULl II IU: Extraordinary and distinguished As-)I have -brought to Michigan treasures
socitation books are on exhibition at! from the British museum and of var-
Danquet Is Allo Hld byi Loc( 1iSec#ii the William L. Clements library. ious Oxford university libraries.Th
Of Aerian (Ilcllicl ~Association books are those which great American collectors, some of
t1r1t j01n have passed in succession through nu-i whose books are now in the library1
j merous great collectors' libraries and are Henry Stevens of Vermont; Rob-
have finally come to Michigan. I ert Hoe; George Brinley; Brayton
SPEAKER IS AUTHORI There may be seen the original copy Ives; Herschel V. Jones; Marshall D.1
--- of the S~tamp Act which belonged to Lefferst; George Bancroft, the his-
,r. Ernst Cohen, professor of phiysi- King Ceorge 1.11 of England. Nearbyi! torianr Edward Everett, the orator;
cal chemistry of. the University of I15 exhibited a volume from the library 4-Herman D. Edgar;, and hosts of others.
Utrecht, addressed the Michigan sec- of Krim; henry VIII and his wife, Cath-,I Each book in the present exhibition=
tion of the American Chemical soc ietv 1er ine of Aragon ; and loneC may also! possesses a pedigree which to the
upon "The Accurate Determination civ;xv iw .hbok from the library of Em- book-lover is a matter of the first im-
the Diffusion Coefficients" at 8 o'clock pero;_' Mfi xhnrilian of Mexico. portance anid which marks the Univer-
last night in the chemistry amph -1 Otl er tgrea~t English collectors whose citv of Michigan as being a place
theater.. The meeting wa~s preceede d heols are iiow permanently in the. where a collector may come for those
by a banquet of the society at the AlWilliain L. Clements library.are Earl ' things for which most western collec-
Union, which was attended by memn-. Shelburne, prime minister under tors have to go to one of the eastern
hers of 'the Detroit section of the so-; Geoi,; 1}4 and friend of the colon- cities. It illustrates how a library such
ciety who had been invited to beC pres.. ists:;(lOi or Rose, who was Shel- as Clements library must be made upI
ent at Dr. Cohen's address. rlburie's secretar'y of the treasury;; by the life-time efforts of many men;
Dr. Cohen has spent the majority John, L.ra Sheffield, who was an fsth and the carefuilness and pains great
of his time in research upon the ,ceritui y economist; Admiral Codring- collectors of the past have taken to
mietastibility of matter and the . - toni, the Britishi victor at the battle see that their treasures were properly
leged constancy of physico-chemical i of Navarino against the Turks in treated and not allowed to remain on
constants. He has written many 18T26; Lord Stuart (Ie Rothesay; the' open shelves. The present exhibition
scientific treatises upon this subject. first Earl Mansfield, who is well known stresses the point of the proper con-!
However, as he treated the subject at (to all students of law:; henry Huth ;.; servation of rare books, which has;
heis last lecture here, Dr. Cohen select- [Sohn Whitgift, who was archbishop of been Regent Clements' aim and is the!
ed as his subject matter the ways of Canterbury under Queen Elizabeth;; principle object the library has to
accuratly determining thc, diffusion and Lordl North, identified with the teach.
coeffcients of chemistry and dealt American Revolution.
-with his topic in a technical manner; In additon are books bearing book- i BERLIN.-Discovery is claimed of a
.using formulas as the basis for h1i3 plates that indicate that they were new process whereby iron may be con-
address. purchased at sales of duplicates which vented into steel.
Dr. Cohen was for many years th ,
student and co-Worker of van't Hoff
et the University of Amsterdami and is
a member of many chemical societies
in addition to his position as presi- DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR
dent of the International Union cif
Pure and Applied Chemistry. SLIPPER S TINT1ED TO MAT1CHl
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