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March 22, 1928 - Image 2

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T--IE MICHIGHAN DAILY TH U

TOLSTOY COMMI!TT ECOLLECTION OF OLD
ninirhI r in-iiro PAPERS EXHIBITED

eclL ':II . him as to produce fear, awe, mean-
J ' ' T ness, cunning, suspicion, acting with
Al? LIBR1.zXE RY 1pr~ide, haughtiness, jealousy and re-

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11,11s To Voimioaeu 11r41I
Anhlerslry OiFBirthi Of
A-tior And Sfld ent
LQVETT TO -GIVE SPEECHI
'Three lecture events have been ten-
tatively scheduled and at least one
more is being planned by t he lini-
versity Tolstoy Centenary cominit-
tee in commemorating on the campus
the one hundredth anniversary of
Tolstoy's birth, Prof. Francis M. On~-
derdonk of the Architectural college
announced yesterday ou returning
from New York city.
Prof. Robert Morss Lovett, of the
English department of University of
Chicago, and editor of the New Ito--
public, -has been secured to give one
address of the series. Ile ill speak
some time after spring vacation, the
dlate to be announced later. Profes-
sor Lovett's subject will be either
"Tolstoy, Humanitarian" or'"Tolstoy,
the Greatest Novelist."°
"Disarmament and the League of
Nrations" is the topic which will be
discussed by second speaker~ in the
series. She is Mrs. Lucy Ames Meade,
a Poston lecturer. ,The third lecture
already. planned is an illustrated "one
1)y Dr. Onderdonk, entitled. "Tolstoy,
the Man and Ili- Methods." He gave
the same lecture Sunday night be-
fore the International House, a New
York student organization.

011 (,hibition in the Williamn L. Cle-I conce:
meii t5l ibrat y is a collection from the, as a<
priatepaprsof Lord George Ger- dical
main ~eretary of state in the Colon- I mark(
io,; from 1751~ including books, serve
letter s, m~'Il), rIfticisms, and defenses led C
of (ermin.All of the reports of whetb
battler during the Revolution were in-f Chary
corliorated into the Germnain p~aper;:, Wrote
and on view is General Wolfe's re- Germ;
plto t of the capttare of Louisbourg. of tip
{ioGe(renville, originator of the usual
ki Siti Act(f w-as in communication With
Etthecretc ,ary as was Cornwallis who
wi'ote letter beCwailing the American
I ic tryatTr enton. D~uring a period
hfr'the' war Benjamin Franklin
aii ( Governor 10w nall were in cor-
responidenlce with Dr. Cooper, a Min-
ister in Boston, concerning the Amne-
rica:n Politics. Germ~ain has the col-
,e i io. of Ithese lette rs.
Thr.,ih the acquisition of these
Paesmany 0lpiniibns have come up

ning Germain. Ile was known
competent speaker and anmetho-
manl, but General Clinton re-
:ed, "I do not esteem the moan I
under." This lack of respect
Clinton to consider seriously
tier or not hie should resign.
es Stuart, a close friend of his
Sto him and said, concerning
ain: "He was entirely composed
midity and amnbitions,' passions(
Ily contrasted, b~ut blended in+

venge ; front such a. character it must - K louis, C)rN1 sr
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tterminedly guilty."
OnI the other hand, Gerniain's piri-
.vate secretary, Cumberland, a famous
dIramatist, playwrighit and companion,;
says that toward the end of his life lhe
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sdiscourse, as though lie had perfectly .
1dismissed his passions.'' .V E

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