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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DEC. 15, 1936

PAGE EiGhT TUESDAY, DEC. 15, 1936

All Libraries
To Stay Open
For Holidays

I Albert Falk Here;
"Round An d Round'
Plantinus Explained
(Continued from Page 1)

Four Faculty
Men To Attend

Boerner To Speak
On Poland Tonight

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Main Library Will Clos calls for a very simple treatment
Swhich he guarantees will help out the
ew ear's, Christmas present-day statesmen who are strug-
Eve And Week-Ends gling with the tangled mesh of ec-
________onomic problems that have brought
The Main Library will remain open starvation and despair.hHebthinks
the usual hours during the vacation, ithat it would be very fine and suitable
it was announced yesterday by Sam- if the government would pay every-
uel W. McAllister, associate librarian one over 21 years old a pension of at
The only exceptions to this rule will least $1 a day. He claims that con-
be on the days before Christmas and trary to belief most people are not
New Year's Day, when the Library independent when they are 21, but
will be closed at 6 p.m. and remain that. they need the start which his
closed on both Saturday following plan will furnish. To the query that
these holidays. $1 a day might not be enough, he said
that he was living on much less than
The departmental libraries will be that daily.i
open from 10 a.m. until noon, 2 un The big point is that the pension
4 p.m.. Monday throughs which will be supported by a 2 pe
during the two weeks of vacations. wihwl espotdb e
This also includes Angell Hall Study cent transactions tax and a graduat-
Hall.y ed income tax, will hit the people
HA ua dwho are able to pay. Out of a $50
As usual during the vacation per month pension, $1 goes back to
periods the Library will not be open the government. If one has an in-
Sunday, Mr. McAllister said. -come of $100 per month, $2 will go
According to a Regent's ruling to the government, but the $50 pen-
against taking books from Ann Arbor sion will more than offset that. Just
during vacation periods, all books of the rich men who spend huge sums
the Main Library are due Monday, will be forced to give more than he
Dec. 14 even though the two week receives. Thus "the money goes
period allowed is not up. Failure to 'round and 'round" plan.
return books renders the student li7 Falk was last seen about 8 p.m.
able to an additional fine. yesterday when he was picked up by
However, anyone actually needing a motorist going towards Toledo, O.
books can re-charge up to the follow-
ing Friday. The ruling avoids carry-
ing away of books inadvertently by aroleers Promise
students and also gives the Library a
time for a check-up of all books, ac-- StdentsBoos
cording to Mr. McAllister. Withigttl wooan
The fourth section of the Libraryth ton
ruling provides that students leaving
town who have urgent need for books (Continued from Page 1)

eAlred V. Boerner, Grad., will be
M.L.A. Meetin guest speaker at the meeting of Po-
Ilonia Circle at 8 p.m. today in the
Four University professors will par- League. He will talk about current
ticipate in the annual meeting of the problems concerning the Polish Cor-
Modern Languages Association from ridor.
Dec. 29 to 31 at Richmond. Va. Boerner spent the summer of 1932
Prof. C. P. Wagner of the Spanish in Marienwerder, East Prussia, where
department will act as chairman of hie had a fellowship at the Institute
the section on Spanish language and of International Education. During
medieval literature, while Prof. Rene that time he made an extensive study
Talamon of the French department of the situation in the Corridor.
will read a paper on "La Tyranpie des All Polish students are invited to
Unites" before the section on French attend the 'Imeeting.
literature of the 16th and 17th cen-
turies. The graduate women students have
The section on medieval literature organized a recreation club which
and linguistics will hear a paper on meets at 7:30 p.m. every Tuesday
"The Composition of the Chansons I -
of Roland" delivered by Prof. C. A.2
Knudson of the French department, XMAS CARDS
and Prof. C.P. Merlino of the Italiani
department will read a paper on "A 5 AD
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Nanking Shows
Force To Help
Rescue Chiang
Central Government Seeks
Compromise With Anti-'
Japanese Leader
(Continued from Page 1)
when he thought he could divide the
country by raising the standard of
revolt, issuing his call for war against
Japan and detaining the Nanking
generalissimo. They asserted tele-
grams continued to come in from
leaders in all sections of China pro-
claiming their loyalty to the Nanking
regime.
Authorities here disclosed that
Marshal Chang had been scheduled
to depart from Sianfu Saturday, pre-
sumably for a new command in Fu-
kien Province for which he was re-
linquishing his "communist suppres-
sion" command in Shensi. A special
train was waiting for him. Instead of
taking it in obedience to General
Chiang's orders he carried out his
spectacular coup.
The exact whereabouts of General
Chiang, whom Nanking officials be-
lieved to be still a prisoner in spite of
reports of his release in a counter
coup, was in doubt. Unconfirmed
reports said the rebels had moved
him to Shenyang, 70 miles west of
Sianfu, the provincial capital where
the revolt occurred, but the best in-
formation here was that he bvas still
detained at Sianfu.
NESBIT SPEAKS IN N.Y.
Prof. Reed M. Nesbit of the medical
school will address the New York
Academy, of Medicine, in New York
Wednesday. He will speak on the
"Technique of Transurethral Resec-
tion." Dean Albert C. Furstenberg
of the . medical school, spoke last
night before the Wayne County
Medical Society in Detroit.

iasm even at 12:30 a.m. that they
decided to make their art commer-
cial, and now you can have them sing
to your girl from their "extensive rep-
ertory" which includes all the Christ-
mas carols and a number of Spanish
airs."-
Instead of sending flowers, just ar-
range for the Caroleers to appear
under milady's boudoir at an appoint-
ed time. This return to chivalry will
be especially appropriate Wednesday
night after the Christmas Sing, and
until all hours of the night, the
group claims.
Several members of the B.M.O.C.
classification have applauded the
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