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January 07, 1930 - Image 2

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CLEMENTS LIRARqY
OBTAINS VALUABLE
HISTOIRI-CAL PAPERS
Regent Clemients Buys More
Than 20,000 Items Including
Gen., Gage's Records.
DESCRIBE: CAUSES OF WAR

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FIVE POFSSRSATTENVD ME,
OF HISTORIANS; TWO GI V
Recently returning from the na- - __
tional yearly meeting of the Amer- the joint auspicess
ican historical profession, held for sity at Durham an
1929 iii Durham, North Carolina, ty of North Carollin,
Prof. A Lhur 14. Firsch of the h1s-ics the largest an(
tory department yesterday discus- jtho roughly succes,&
sced briefly the business of the con-,
vention and toldl of the large re- ithie historians of ti
presentation fromi the University inI The record attend
attend,:nce at the mieetin~g. 1Profes- Iprised of represent;
so"~ loak, Hyna, Dunhamir, Aito(n, leges in every par
and Hirsch represented the history try."
department. 1The University
In discussing the convention as a history was well
r whole, Professor Hirsch declared, placing two men oi
"The 1929 gathering, given under program.
ISTARTING WI~R J
TODAY w RI

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,E TALKS

IGornberg Andre,

'ssCs LEHIGH MAN WINS NA TIONAL PRIZE Carl Gu~the Attends
J 4 IN REFRIGERATION ESSAY CONTEST J I n f

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of Duke univer- Duly L are, Lhg , 0 a both wrists broken in a fall from While Michigan sftudents w(-:
idte nies- Dr. M. Gomberg, head of the! just been announced as the winner his horse Friday, September 13. enjoying two weeks of recess, the
a at: Chapel.1 ceiTrudprtlnlf h U , of the $101,000 first prize in a na-I Harley has been successful in ivrtyMsu safwsfa
versity, D".,IL. C. Aiidevso:i, of te!.Fivest uemsafws1;
d probably most tironal essay contest on the neces- other essay competitions also, hay-f from dormant. Led by Dr. Ca: l
depatmen ofchemstr, an D it
;ful mneeting of deatmn osheittyn r of refrigeration in the home. inzg won two scholarships in con- Guth~e, who figured prominently i
he United Mtates. H.0 .lyo h hysoo'ia Harley is a candidate for the test, sponsoredl by the Aminerican the American Association1 for the
chemistry departiment at~eiuhodthe!hoe, hlasi fm Wst;r
-lance was coiam- Uf hoe chlrhp fo etClheiic xl Society. Avieo cec nitiga e
Symiposromuml-on organic chemnistry .)fVirginia, his home state, and ex-! Altogether A835 priofzes, totaling I t at De
toftecn-the American Chemical Society Sspeirites t busy ChriMoineiIa.
held at Princeton university De- pcst setepie niiyt $25,000 were awa rdled in the con- 'scum staff0 er;alrs ;i tt
departmnt of emler 0 to Jnuaryi further his education as a writer, test. Entries were limited t 0 aain
rresented in'Drg The essay was composed, written
paerftesmoimenrcn n on nt okfr un wrs and 'were judlged an tine basis Dr. Frederick~ M. Ga .i, .assis-
the convention D apr o brgv the sypsumopeentadbudiobokfr dring o1f knowledge of the subject, per- an director of the Museum of
studies with the reagent magnes-. an enforced extension of Barley's sonal exn.eriences shown, original- zoology, is now on a field trip to
' um-magnesium iodide. summer vacation due to having ity of pre~sentation and. clarity. the Mayan. country:..... -
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CoIlectdon, Secured iin England,
Includes 75 Manuscripts,
Maps of Waterways.

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Revolutionary documents d ofthie,

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greatest significance and value,t
comprising the correspondence and;
military' records of Gen,. Sir Thomas
Gage, for 12, years commander of
the British forces in Ameriqa, have'
been purchased for the William LU.
Clements library by Regent Clem-,
ents of Bay City. The collection,
numbering 20,000 items, will be
brought here from England within
a few. months.
The papers comprising this col-
lection are extraordinarly rich ii
fmaterial bearing upon the long pe-'
riod of unrest and agitation in the,
colonies which led up to the actual
declaration of war. There are let-.
ters from every part of the British,
possessions in American on every.
conceivable phase of American life
before the Revolution. ,The writers
include four secretaries of state in
England, several colonial governors,
Washington, Indian commissioners,
numerous British commanders in
America, and colonial merchants.
Besides the letters, the purchase
includes 75 huge manuscript meaps
of great importance, some 10 and
12 feet long, of portions of the St.
Lawrence and Mississippi rivers.,
The American career of Genera]
Gage, who was born in 1721 and I
died in 1787, began with Braddock's I
expedition to Fort Duquesne, where
he was wounded. Shortly after, in
1763, he became commander-in-
chief of the British forces in North.
America, a position which hie held
until succeeded by Sir. William
Howe in 1775. 'During the' critical ,
years of 1774 and 1775,. he also
served as governor of Massachus-
etts. Perhaps he will best be re-
membered as the British comman-
cler-in -chief. at the battle of Bun-
ken Hill.,I
According to the present plans,
the newly acquired Gage, papers
will be sent first to Mn. Clements'l
home in Bay City, where he is hay-
-_g- ,Ili~ imnsrit raie
antd repaired before placing them
in the library.#

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PRODUCTION ARRANGEMENT
OWING TO GREAT LENGTH OF PRODUCTION SHORT
SUJBWTCTS ARE LIMITED.
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Sale Price $33.50 2 Pants

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We bought: 101 Suits whic h we are putting in this .sa le
$454$50--Sale Price $2.50- Pants
Boys comes in and get your share of the fnest clothing for
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Yvonne Georgi
In a Dance Recital-Extraordinary
Thursday, January 9th
Friday, January 10oth
Seats $2.50, $.00, $1.50, $1.00

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Giovani Mrtinell
Leading tenior of the Metropolitan OPera Company
thl ie a pro tram of songsamid.1r,
ThursdayJanuary9
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k ~In the Choral Union Concert Series, Hill1
Auditorium, Ann Arbor
Mr. Martinelli will t e the place of Mr. P adeerewskci who was
obliged to cancel his Americani tour. Concert goers will please present
:._ ~~for admission Choral Union coupon No. 3, reading eeP'aderc1wski."
ALimited Number of Season Tickets. Are
/Available at $, $8, $10,$12

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the artists have graciously consented to pre-
sent a different program each night including
"The Angel of the Last Judgment"
and
"Persian Song

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