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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Picketing Strikers Arrested l St. Louis

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Eight men were arrested in St. Louis for stoning trucks carrying
workers from plants of the Chevrolet Motor company and Fisher Body
company, as 3,009 left their jobs and sought union recognition. Police
are shown taking one striker into custody.
1&th Century Engish Drama Is,
Feature Of NewLibrary Exhibit
English drama of the Eighteenth- ard Sheridan and Oliver Goldsmith,
Century is a feature of the new ex-. and the two most valuable books ex-
hibit which has been opened on the hibited are first editions of "The
first floor of the General Library by Rivals" by the former and "She
Miss Ella Hymans, curator of rare Stoops to Conquer" by the latter.
books for the University. These were the outstanding works of
According to Miss Hymans, the the era, though their reputation is
University possesses a complete li undoubtedly in part due to the lack
brary of English drama of all periods, of distinction to be found in the works
and this is one of the most exemp- of the other authors, Miss Hymans
lary sections of the collection. The said.
only reason why this collection is not Other interesting authors whose
the greatest literary value is because works are on display include Tobias
English drama was on a decline dur- Smollett and Henry Fielding, who
illg the Eighteenth Century and it is later became famous for their work
impossible to build a collection of in starting the novel and General
great literary value for this period. Burgoyne, the gentleman whom we
Recognized as the best known! know for his work in the Revolu-
drama writers of this time were Rich- tion.
"Types of work to be found repre-
M Isented by this period are miscei-
eLC l laneous. Contemporary manners and
customs seem to predominate as sub-
ject matter. The Shakespearean in-
TLate ays fluence is strong on the style at the
beginning of the era, but other influ-
ences creep in to create more orig-
inality toward the last,"
This was the era of the player and
(Cur-tinucd fr1um PAge 1) many authors presented and acted in
their own plays. Types of comedy
many changes in basic circumstances represented include comedies of in-
it would undoubtedly accentuate the cident and manners, burlesque com-
clamor of ether interests, which have edies, and those of sentimentality.
lost money in the depression, for gov- There are some whose value has been
ernment assistance. There is a dan- enhanced by the fact that they are
ger that surrender by the government from private collections of note. One
on the McLeod Bill would make it bears the name of Frances Trollope
more difficult to resist silver legisla- on the fly-leaf.

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Alpha Rho Chi badge lost
Sunday. If found call 9817. 432
LOST: Silver wrist watch. Six dia-
monds, on walk, north side of mu-
seum. Reward, phone 7973. 434
FOI RENT.
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cold running water. Steam heat,
shower bath, approved house. 422
E: Washington. Also 1st floor fur-
nished apartment. 426 E. Washing-
ton. Dial 8544. 436
Expert States
Sea Is Worth
MAu In'Gol
Experiments recently conducted,
tend to prove that there is approxi-
mately $10,000,000 in gold lying in
every cubic mile of sea water, ac-
cording to a recent mineralogist's re-
port.
The possibilities for the extraction
of a great part of this wealth from
the sea bottom have been advanced
by Dr. Arthur M. Brant, of the Ohio
State University.
Dr. E. L. Bowers of the Ohio State
economics department has issued a
statement answering queries as to
the disposition of the gold, should it
be recovered in large quantities.
1 e said that "any person finding
a way to circulate the deposits of
gold in the sea should be labeled 'pub-
lic enemy number one.' "

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Third Party Authority
To Speak Here Today
Howard Y. Williams, national di-
rector of the League for Independent
Political Action, will speak at 4:15
p.m. today in Harris Hall.
Mr. Williams has travelled exten-
sively in this and foreign countries,
meeting personally many of the so-
cial, political, and labor leaders of
Europe.
He is now travelling over the
United States organizing and co-
operating with local third-party po-
litical moyements.

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tion and other legislation designed to
benefit special interests and promote
inflation.
"Although i do not believe that it
would be wise to have the government
now underwrite the deposits of banks
that have failed in the past, I do
think the authorities in Washington
have been dilatory in extending the
maximumi relief loans on the sound
assets of failed banks. The current
agitation may do something to ex-
pedite the freeing of deposits through
further rovernnent loans."
"So fai ,as the future is concerned,
if the government is going to con-
tinue to delegate an important part
of the monetary functions to com-
mercial banks, and rely upon regula-
tion- for maintaining the- solvency of
its banks. it should accept full re-
sponsibility for the banking system
through more strict regulation and
deposit guarantees."

Ponselle Will Re
S ere For 5th Time
(Continued from Page 1)
Miss Ponselle is looked upon as one
of the greatest exponents of soprano
singing of the age. Last season, by
special invitation of Premier Musso-
lini, she went to Italy immediately
after the close of the Metropolitan.
This was her first professional visit
to the native land of her ancestors.
She triumphed there as few Amer-
icans have. This year she received a
special invitation from Mussolini to
return to Italy, but because of sev-
eral engagements, including her Ann
Arbor re-appearance, she delayed her
trip abroad. She will, however, leave
for Europe imnmerliately after singing
here.

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