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TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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BOOKSAND PAMPHLETS THREE CEN TURIES. OLD IN
EXHIBIT OF EARLY' PRINTING AT CLEMENTS LIBRARY
Oilgiiial copies and second editions boo0k being issued in 1585. It also is I (168O) andr "Cases of Conscience coni-

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ENTERTAI NMENT PLANNED!
0; ors IN-lvitO, Universty Tours, Tallksl
Awld(onfereiiees Arranged For
Vihi Jae Tv %1.
Arrangements for thec state cham-
pionship high school debate are near-
ing completion, aind Shirley W. Smith.
secrectary of the 'University has been,
,,elected chairman of the debate it
was anounced yesterday. The judges
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be picked from the University facul-
ty, will be chosen shortly after G. E.
t' Densmore of the public speaking de*-
partment, and manager of the .Miech-
igan High School Debating l igtie,
returns from his tour of the Upper I
Peninsula.J
In a bulletin sent out to the high
Schools throughout the state Secre-I
tary Smith says, "Our welcome to the !
Hi'gh school teachg~s and 'students
and to the students of the state who
come to the final contest of the 1926- 1
1927 Michigan high school debatesi
no merely formal salutation to strap- I
'gers and outsiders, but an exchange!
of greetings within the great fain-
ily of our State."
The final debate will be held May 11.1
in Hill auditorium between thei win-
ving teams in the semifinals contests
w,<hich will be conducted this wveek.
Ann Arbor high school will take the
t'ffirmative here tomorrow night
against Roseville, and Albion high
,.chool will debate on the affirmative
side against Rogers City at Albion.
Entertainment during the dlay for '
the debate delegates has been ar-
rge.Among the featur es of tis1
entertainment will be a musical pro-
,,rain on the organ in hill auditorium
played by Palmer Christian. Studeiit-
faculty conferences will also be held I
af4:00 o'clock. in University hall on;
1;1he day tf the final debate. These
are for thecpurpose of giving out in-j
formation to those high school pupils ,
Interested in the University. The fol-
lowing talks will be giveti: "Fresh-{
rmai Orientation" by Prof. WV. A. Fray-a
er' of the history department, "Fresh-
mian Finances"\ by Robert A. Camp-1
llH, treasurer of the Univrsity; and
"Admission. to the University" by Reg-1
Isftrar Ira M. Smith.
0:1 the da~y qghe,,(ebate tours ofl
the caapus i wllire conducted,:For the
b~enefit or they out-of-town high school
~guests. Guides will take the visitors'
thlroughout the 'irniversity' buildings
and grounds or, thiree different trips.,
One tour will be held in the morn-
ing and two in the afternoon.
ATTH DETROIT THEATERS
SHU BERT- LAFAYETTE
THE NATIONAL PLAYERIS
in the Melodramnatic Comedy ;
"THEDOVWE"
Sunday Vaat lees-hest oats, 50c
'Thurs. and JSit. Mats.
Sunday Matinees Thurs. and Sat. Mats;
Bbnstelle Playhouse
MISS BONSTE{LLE PLAYS
in eorgeKe el'y~sLiifesSuccess
in (reolrge Kelly's Latest Succes sj
AVi e" and "The Show Off"

! 'la l j of miany early types of book and a catechism, the text of which is in crninug Evil Spirits" (1693) as well as Ioun ieayirraunod tiass)k in i l1
plamphlit printing, some of them more the Quchua and Aymora languages,{ Cotto n i\ather's "Life of thie Renown- Small deposit holds spc'i L I, White
Star, three c'enturiies oldi furinish the with the Spanish above in italics.! ed1 Johni Eliot" (1691)"Str, U. S., french, Cank:m[.e Hl-
It / < baris for the exhibition on early Amn- "Mlanuale ad usam patrum Societa volume of the "Bston Chronicle"! .-Ilan Amrianp, N Leyan, Atal r n,
~rcnlrnigta s hl n T rne ~ 7Si loo h I IIambnbu American, Union Caste to S. Af-
i x :: :{, ; t~ a ritigtht sbeing hldin esu, pite oy the Paaguay Ind-; fr 16 sas nreview, teprinter;': ria Swedsh, Scandinavian, Norwegian,
the n Viiiain L. (dements library. The; ans under the direction of the Jesuit t o wic claimed that it was the first'II ,nFbeLodSbadAei
o x sn, ae, eK tcTolackIs,,o Houg-)
eibit is divided geographically, that Fathers at Loreto in 1721, using type pae printed by American cast type.: onre tc:YTollaM aIspo Hou-
:ris, p inting from each colony, South; cast from the first truly American "The rame of Government of Penn-' ton, Duluth, Buffalo, Chicago, etc., in season,
J qrAmerica, andl Canada arc grouped to-: made matrices, antedate the first Eng- sylvaia" (1682) and Thomas Budd's 1 R oerantigtExpbestus: Tan hoDaso,
g~'ter e~:rciessof 0'- ishtwogen Estblihedin entsyl- Fraco elg ueAny Tour or Cruise ad-
3 ehrrgrls fchronological o-fihcolonial matrix by nearly toge-"GoodI Order Etblsevieisl rnel Bedny r.
t e.erations. There is also shown the lania & New Jersey" (168) were print-; Altaee!cek, rvlr'acdn
I iOne of the most recently ac- fanuos bibliographical work of J. Car-i ed by t'Ailliami Bradford whom bothl and bggage insurance passpot and vsac
qui grc(I andl most treasured books cia Iazbaleeta, the "Bibliografia Mex- 1 , nian' n NwYr cama t~rtr:ti n free.Stamsip rates sana
' Pensylaniaand ew Yrk caim s! i Nw York. No charge for my service..
ot te lbarfs "otrn caa1c il. their first printer. the latter of -theĀ° E. G. KUEBLER
IBr eve . .. copuestra par el Rever- Major John Child's" New England's above mentionledi books has a historic- I Iicsed. TBondd Autorizd
r I ediissimo S. do fray ilua Cumarraga"I Jonas" (London, 1647) is opened at the al significance which makes it more (teamshp' gn AboMi
w:c:.-a,) ..,i excoi 14 pae showing the first reprint of "The: valuable than the fomer, though it is I____________________________________
andis onsderd he ldet eistngOath of the Freeman,", which was the a later book-__
bock pitdi mrca ti a- irt document issued from the first
fortheti~t rcbisoppress in New England. This press was._______________________________
Ibos whxio ha bee bysenteith anssset up in Camibridge, floss, in thy ,
Palo wo asbenset it a pes'home of Henry Dunster, the first COLLEGE MVE AND O LN
r a ,in 1539 to the New World by the fai-; president of Harvard. John Eliot'st
1 ~~~~ous publishing hose of Cronberger,"Thunolortal Indian Bible" called "Mai- hen Mi i the 1'IC ndiy oJ State and Packard.5111 i nOt
N'hr aeehiie svrlwtes-al usse Wvunneetupanatainwe up-Biblum" Pok ht eepitd nSvle ACKARD RESTAUR~ANT, American cookng a good place
4 ' ok ha eepite nSvle dated 1685 is exhibited in a group con-! tj
.... .,...d, .,. S~~~pain, by this house, namely "Martyris' taintug several of Increase l\ather's to eat. U~nder new management, adeeyhn lenw
mu m A g li e d i o a n e n f s o p r a " 1 5 1 1 a n d s e r m o n s , s u c h a s " H i s t o r i c a l D is - P A K k
geography taking cognizance of thej course concerning the Prevalency of 703 PA K R
change wrought in the world by the Prayer" (1677), "Confession of Faith"
j American explorations, dated 1519. . __________________________ ______
Commiander Francisco de P~nedo, the darii g Italian aviator whose)I The first book printed in South Am..r , -_________________
flight around the 'world 'was interrupted with the accidental burning of his! erica is in the exhibit and is entitled
plane at Roosevelt DamnAr izona, is seen here followng his presentationI "Tercero Cathecismo y exposiion de
to Pr esident Coolidge at the White House Washington. Italian Ambassador l a iDctrina Chrstina" This book is
Nobile Giacomo de Martino is in the center; Commander Silvia Scaroni, airy the work of Antonio Ricardo who es-
attache at the Italian embassy on the right.F tabished a press at Lima, Peru, the
imposed a fine of $20 upon the fresh-
man class because it held a sleigh- Wehv ainorognzin yu wle-__________
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For thirty-four years Ann .Arbor, Mich , has held its annual May Fes-
tival in connegion with 4e University of lMichigah and at no time during
that period has any other May festival of the country suirpassed this one, and,
indeed, very few at any time have kept pace with it.
In{ the maintenance of chorus, the choice 6f orchestra and the engage-
ment of the very best available artists, Ann Arbor, has stood at the head,
and for the last twenty years it has had by far the most beautiful and iro--
pressive of auditoriums in which to present the festival-the glorious H--ill
Auditorium, which, seating five thousand and being planned and built with
no other end in, mind 'than' the furnishing of a superb place for the giving of
gala' concerts, stands today as (still) the most beautiful of all the festival
halls in usc in America.
Ann Arbor has presented more new works than almost any other com-
munity and in its 'search for novelties and the engaging of proper directors
and artists no consideration has been in m-ind whatever other than htat they
must be the very best that could be procured anywhere-at any price:
Every great artist' of the past thirty-five years has appeared at the Ann
Arbor festivals and memory of hundreds .9f gala occasions and immense suc-
cesses provides an unforgettable and a continuous array.,
An opera in concert form has been given every year and the list of
oratorios includes- them all, not one of the really fine ones' being missing.
This year "Carmen" will be sung, the great Mass (D) of Beeth~oven
finds place on the program and Holst's "Choral Symphony" will be given
for the first time in America.

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The soloists, a formidable list, include Rosa Ponselle, Betsy Lan'e
Shxepherd, Lois Johnson, Ernestine Schumann- Heink, .Sophie Braslau, Elsie
Baker, Armand T okatyan, Arthur Heickett, Lawrence Tibbett-, William
Simmons, James Wolfe, Lea Luboshutz, and Ernest Hutchesoni.
Earl V. Moore will be the musical 'director, Frederick Stock t hc or-
chestra conductor (the Chicago Symphony Orchestra .ppear--L in.-ivery
one of the six 'concerts), and Joseph 'Maddy, children's. conductor' for tic
annual display of the 'fine work done with- Ann- Arbor children throughout
the year.

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