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SUNDAY, NOV. 22, 1936
'NE~WSC1 Catholics Re.lv Greatest Use Of Rare Books
T o Coughlin s Found In Photostatic Copies
Library Makes More Than each year, of which more than half
25000 Prins Eah Year represent work done for persons and
(By The Associated Press) DETROIT, Nov. 21.-P)--The Rev. institutions not connected with the
Charles E. Coughlin tonight had the And Protects Originals University.
v Drown In Canada answer of the Catholic Laymen's I The University Library is one of
I'otorship Sinks League to an article in next Monday's Deep within the great inner vault few in the country to possess a Du-
issue of "Social Justice" in which he of the Main Library are held its plex Recorder which is especially val-a
TEN SOUND, Ont., Nov. 21.- Iuable in that it permits photostating
adian Press)--The 100-foot mo- says the League has attacked him greatest treasur, the rare books. on both sides of the paper, thus giv-
ip Hibou heeled suddenly and "more viciously than has any com- Most of us are satisfied with a smug ing the appearance of the original
in Georgian Bay today, drown- munist in America." pride in the acquisitions of our Li- page of the book reproduced. Thist
he captain, the stewardess and Father Coughlin said in the article brary and a vague appreciation of is quite important in the work being
eamen. ie had suspended activities of his I the value of such items. done for the Dow Chemical Co.,
National Union for Social Justice be- The value of these books in reality,
however, depends primarily upon the
cause of a "barricade builded by no extension of their use to the reader,
superior, but rather by the laity and or research worker who has need for
the clergy in America." i them.
He mentioned the Laymen's League This is the principal service per-
as an example of the opposition he formed in the photostat room of the
received from the laity and Ionsig- Library, according to Mrs. A. M.N
nor John A. Ryan, a professor at Ca- Woodford, in charge of photostatic;
tholic University n Washington, D.C., operation. This type of reproduction
as an example of opposition from the is desirable because it eliminates
clergy. chance of the loss,. or wearing out,
A telegram to Father Coughlin last of the original; cuts down express
night from the League said in part : charges which may be large due to
"Werstrongly resent your linking the weight of the volume; makes
the word Communist with our league more legible prints of old manuscript,
which is. composed exclusively of and also provides a means of en-
American citizens of the Catholic larging indistinct print on papyri or
faith. We also submit that our at- old manuscript, which may have
tacks on your political activities were been written as early as the third
not half as vicious as your nersonal century B.C.
which necessitates copying whole
volumes with about 500 pages to the
The photostat work pays for it-
self each year, the work being done
for cost of paper and labor. Other
work besides that of reproducing
books includes copies for blueprints
for architecture students, plates for
theses of candidates, for the Degree
of Ph.D. and work for the Diction-j
ary of Early Modern English.1
Job Insurance Act
:EXpIained By Haber
Plans to place unemployment in-
surance legislation before the state
legislature when it convenes in Jan-
uary were revealed yesterday by Prof.
William Haber of the Economics de-
partment, chairman of Gov.-Elect
Frank Murphy's Social Security
Professor Haber who is also local
relief administrator said that an un-
employment insurance act is being
drafted by the commission of 17
members and will be ready in about
In the next year Michigan will pay
$14,000,000 in social security taxes,
but because it has no unemployment
insurance laws, it cannot retain the
90 per cent granted to the states)
having such laws, he pointed out. j
The third in a series of bi-monthly
"popular concerts" consisting of rec-
ordings of classical music will be pre-
sented at 2:30 p.m. this afternoon at
Today's program will consist of a'
series of selections froi Wagner. It
will include Lohengrin Preludes, Sieg-
fried's Rhine Journey, and Siegfried
Idyll all played by the New York Phil-
harmonic Orchestra led by Toscan-
Dec. 5: Mendelssohn' Violin Con-
cErto in E minor. Fritz Kreisler. Schu
mann. Quartette in E flat, piano and;
strings. Ossip Gabrilowitsch and the,
Jan. 9: Beethoven. Overture, Leo-
nore No. 3. San Francisco Syniph,
Orch., Alfred Hertz. Brahins. Sym-
phony No 1, C minor. Philadelphia,
1Symph. Orch., Stokowski. Ravel. La
Valse. Boston Symph. Orch., Kousse-
Jan 23: Tchaikovsky. Romeo and
Juliet. Philadelphia Symph. Orch.,
Stokowski. Dukas. The Sorcerer's
Apprentice. New York Philharmonic
Orch., Toscanini. Sibelius. Swan of
Tuonola. Philadelphia Symp. Orch.,
Stokowski. Strauss, Till Eulnspie-
gels Lustige Streiche. British Broad-
Feb. 6: Mozart. Symphony No. 48,
G minor (K. 550). London Symph.
orch", Koussevitsky. Beethoven,
Symphony No. 7. A major. New York
Philharmonic Orch,, Toscanini.
Feb. 20: Debussy, Nocturne, Fetes
(Festivals), Philadelphia Symph. Or-
chestra., Stokowski. Ravel. Suite No.
2, from "Daphnis et Chloe." Boston
Symph. Orch., Koussevitsky. Stra-
vinsky. Suite from "L'Oiseau de Feu"
(Fire-Bird). Philadelphia Symph. Or-
March 6: Bach. Fugue in G minor
(little fugue). Philadelphia Symph.
Orchestra, Stokowski. Tchaikovsky.
Symphony No. 4. F minor. Philadel-
phia Symphony Orchestra, Stokowski.
March 20: Mozart. Overture from
the "Magic Flute." New York Phil-
harmonic Orchestra, Mengelberg.
Franck. Symphony in D minor. Phil-
adelphia Symphony Orchestra, Sto-
POLLOCK TO SPEAK
Prof. James K. Pollock of the po-
litical science department will speak
on "The Presidential Election" at the
Intercollegiate Club in Detroit Mon-
day nght t pm.
Every form of dancing.
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ARE NOW BEING TAKEN
The latest work of the department
is the reproduction for the National
Library of Scotland, of the Lockhart
letters, written by a relative of Sir
Walter Scott. These original let-
ters are the property of the Library.
In explaining the photostat pro-
cess, Mrs. Woodford pointed out
that, unlike a photographic repro-
duction, the photostat reverses only
color,. Over 25,000 prints. are done
and Jewelry Repairing at Rea-
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