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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LIBRARIAN SPEAKS
ON BOOKCULTURE
E. C. Kyte Discusses Cataloging
of Private Collections.
Captain E. Cockburn Kyte, libra-
rian of Queen's University, Kings-
ton, Ont., spoke yesterday at the
Natural Science auditorium onI
"Some English Country House Li-
braries."
Captain Kyte discussed various
interesting discoveries that he has
made in England while cataloging
private book collections. Citing the
statement, "There is no substitute
for culture," he advocated a proper
attitude of mind towards the edu-
cating influence of books, the cul-
tural sources.
Languages Professor
Talks in Grand Rapids
Dr. John B. Cloppet, of the ro-
mance language departmenthspoke
last night in Grand Rapids on
"Sports in France since the WorldI
War."

University Radio Club
Hears Talk by Nelson'
An explanation of the A, B, C
forms of modulation in radio was
presented to the members of the!
University Radio club at their first
meeting of the year by J. W. Nelson,
director of Station WGY, Schenec-
tady.
At the same time, Fred Albertson,
'31E, was elected president for the
present year. Roy Purchase, one of
Ann Arbor's amateurs, was named
vice president, Benjamin Bailey, Jr.,3
'32E, secretary and William Duck-
witz, '31E, treasurer.
BRIGH'T SPOT
802 PACKARD STREET
TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
FRIED OYSTERS
SPANISH OMELETTE
ROAST BEEF
OR
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WE DELIVER PHONE 8421

A. M. Valerio Serves Sigma Rho Tau Stages{
as Life Class Critic Intra-Society Debate
at Art Group Meet In an intra-circle debate,
mrbers of Sigma Rho Tau, engineer-
-ing debating society, Wednesday
A. M. Valerio, member of the art night, discussed the topic, "Re-,
solved, that the United States own
aculty of the Unive'sity, was again and operate the Muscle Shoals
the critic at the iJrd meeting of project." The affirmative teams
the Studio Art Life class which met won the argument.
last night in the fourth floor draw-
ing roon- of tiE, architectural build- Library Receives 300
ing. Transportation Books
A study of life drawing was con-
tinued at the meeting. The next of Prof. John S. Worley, director of
arit7e etn the transportation 1 i b r a r ,y, an-
the series wifl e a week from nounced yesterday a gift of 300
:' - _ - .periodicals by Howard Coffin, '02E.

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TO YOUR FOOTWEAR. FOOT COMFORT
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THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY PAIRS OF WOMEN'S
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to Christmas, will work wonders on your budget
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our Christmas fund--All J. Murphy Quality Foot-
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.ear in mind that J. Murphy handles only the
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imported.

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