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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DNILY

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THE NIICHICPAN I)AILY
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SIITUItIJAV, JAN, 29, 1938

Library Shows
Original Folios
Of Shakespeare'
Reproductions, Facsimiles
Of First Folio, Quartos
Also On Exhibition
Original third and fourth folios of
Shakespeare and reproductions and
facsimiles of the first folio and sev-
eral quartos comprise the present li-
brary exhibit in the main floor show-
cases.
The Shakespeare first folio, pub-
lished in 1623, contains all of the
plays generally attributed to Shakes-
peare (except Pericles), 20 of which
appear in print for the first time. The
other 17 had been printed before in
one or more separate editions called
quartos.
The University owns the original
second, third and fourth folios. The
fourth folio, which is on exhibition,
is the last of the 17th century editions
or Shakespeare's collected works. It is
a reprint of the third folio, contain-
ing fresh mistakes and few correc-
tions, and was published in 1685.
Also included in the exhibit are
selected sources from which Shake-
speare drew his material, translations
of Shakespeare, 18the century and
later editions of his works, books of
criticism of Shakespeare and many
volumes dealing with controversy over
other authors to whom some give
credit for some of Shakespeare's work
In charge of the exhibit is' Ellaf
M. kHymans, curator of the rare
book room of the library.
Free Book List
The textbooks listed below are avail-
able to students under the free text
book lending library plan. Applications
for use of books may be made through
academic counselors, or through the
offices of Dean Lloyd and Dean

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"ender the anthem "O Saving Victim" the direction of Di. E W. Doty. The pm. Supper will be served at 6:00
liFre musical m""be" wl l "lde: Oili " 'c"lok. lFollowi" the "t r hj"j
D j C1 AI6:1 Up).nTie Congr tionalStu- Prelide. "o GodOitraTiher. Oweni informal e11tel'tainment imd 'ious
e(l.ning will be of a very informal na- Begotten Son" by Gretlhaninoff: will meet as usual at 4 p.m. Every
ture. The students will have a picnic Solo, Recit "Draw Near All Ye Peo- member is urged to be present if at
(Continuedf rom Page 4) supper at 6 o'clock. This will be fol- ple," Aria "Lord God of Abraham" all possible.
lowed by a program of games, after from the "Elijah" by Mendelssohn,
Lion of the Faculty Women's Club which Miss Jean Fairfax will lead a George Cox. First Baptist Church, Sunday, 10:45
will meet at the Michigan Union on panel discussion on the subject pre- 5:30 p.m., Westminster Guild, stu- worship and sermon. Mr. Sayles will
Jan. 31. at 7:30 p.m. tnted by Prof. Bennett Weaver last dent group, will meet in the social speak on "Quench Not the Spirit."
- ---- Sunday, "Is Christianity Workable in hall for supper and a fellowship hour. 9:30 a.m. The church school meets,
A Series of Got: Lessons, consisting Modern Life?" Dr. Logan, superintendent.
of lectures and deronstrations will Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church: 4:30 p.m. The Junior High meets
I First Methodist Church: Morning Services of worship Sunday are: in church parlors. Mrs. Frinkl2 in
start Monday, Feb. 14 at the Intlra-Worship Service at 10:45 o'clock. Dr. 8:00 a.m., Holy Communion; 9:30 charge.
mural Building under the direction of C. W. Brashares will preach on "Mar- a.m. Church School; 11:00 a.m. Kin- 6:00 p.m. The Senior High at the
Coach Ray Courtwright. These les- riage?" The service will be held in the dergarten; 11 a.m., morning prayer church. Mr. Sayles in charge.
sons are free and will take place be- Michigan Theatre. and sermon by the Reverend Henry _
tween 2:00 and 6:00 each Monday,4 Lewis. Roger Williams Guild, Sunday noon.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.'Stalker Hall: Student Class at 9:45 Class studying "Better Churches" will
Tueday Wdnedayan Thrsdy.a.m. Wesleyan Guild meeting at 61 Harris Hall: There will be Open meet at Guild House for 40 minlit-,.
They are open to men students and p.m. Emily Morgan, John R. Scheibe House at Harris Hall Sunday night Mr. Chapman, leader. "Friendship,"
faculty. and Clarence Kresin will present the at seven o'clock for all Episcopal stu- will be presented by Mr. Chapman. A
Phone 2-2101 for further informa- program of the Student Cooperative dents and their friends. Refresh- social hour with refreshments will
tion. houses. Fellowship Hour following the ments will be served. follow.
Intramural Department meeting. All Methoaist suaenus and ___n_
their friends are cordially invited. Trinity Lutheran Church corner of}
Progressive Club Mid-Year Mixup. -Fifth Ave. and Williams St. Services
The social committee is sponsoring a;First Presbyterian Church, 1432 at 10:30 a.m. Sermon by the pastorR I D E R S
Mid-Year Mixup to be held at Lane Washtenaw Avenue. !the Rev. H. O. Yoder on "The Call
Hall, Saturday evening, Feb. 12, as 10:45 a.m., "Headlining Our World" to Reverent Living." BLUE BOOKS - SUPPLIES
the first of a series of informal gath- is the subject of Dr. W. P. Lemon's
erings for dancers and non-dancers. sermon at the morning worship serv- Lutheran Student Club will meet 302 South State Street
There will be a continuous and varied ice. Music by the student choir under Sunday in Zion Parish Hall at 5:30
program of games in the Upper Room,I-- ~
and stag and novelty dances in the
Auditorium. Latest popular records
will be available on the phonograph-
amplifier system. Arrangements will
concert in the downstairs lounge for Sell All Your BO O KS
those who are interested. Refresh-
ments will be served, and the admis-
sion charge will be 25 cents, single or
couple. Club members are especially
uained to come and get better ac-

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After Ohio's legislature voted to bar relief to all aliens who have
not taken out their first papers, 1,700 persons in Cleveland made appli-
cation for citizenship. Frank Vencel, a Slovenian who has been in the
country for 32 years, is shown examining his papers.

State Judicial
Progress Cited
Professor Blumer Relates,

EVENING RADIO
PROGRAMS

. _ -- xuyuai men zursiey.
Students in the engineering college may Recent Improvements
Public affairs pamphlets. Labor and The disappearance of imprisonment
the New Deal, No. 2. (2). Tedsperneo mrsnet
Security or the dole? No. 4. (2). for debt and the abolishment of cap-
The Supreme Court and the Con- ital punishment were cited by Prof.
stitution, No. 7. (1). William W. Blumer of the Law School
Rankin, Thomas E. Further adven- in his University Broadcast yester-
tures in essay writing. 1928. (1). day as two major developments in ju-
Renan, Ernest. Souvenirs d'enfance et dicial administration in Michigan.
de jeuness. 1902. (1). Tort actions, especially actions for
negligence, have greatly increased,
Rich, Daniel L. Physics laboratory Professor Blumner said, and he held the
manual. 1930. (2).railroad and the automobile respon-
Rickard, J. A. An outline of ancient, sible for this increase.
medieval and modern history. 1936. T
(1) The reduction in the number of
jury trials, especially in civil cases,
Robinson, James Harvey. An intro- Professor Blume pointed out, is a very
duction to the history of Western desirable tendency.
Europe. c1934-1936. Rev. & enl. 2 No printed reports are available,
vols. (1 of each vol.)the speaker said, of the opinions of
Robinson, Howard. The development the judges of Michigan territory and!
of the British Empire. 1922. (1). no records of the State Supreme
Rolland, Romain. Jean-Christophe. Court prior to 1843. Professor Blumer
1935. (1. announced that he is now editing a
Rostland, Edmond. Cyrano de Ber- series of volumes entitled "Trans-

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6:00-Ty Tyson.
6:15-Dinner Music.
6:30-Press Radio News.
6:45-Religion in the News.
7 :00-Kaltenmeyer's Kindergarten.
7:30--Georges Miquelle.
7:45-Sport Review.
8 ;00-Believe It Or Not
8 :30-Jack Haley_
9:00-Dance Music.
9:30-Second Overture.
10:00-NBC Symphony Orch.
;1:30-Dance Music.
12:00-Dance Music.

Churches
Ann ArborFriends (Quakers) will
hold their meeting for worship at 5
p.m. Sunday at the Michigan League.
First Church of Christ, Scientist,
409 So. Division St. Sunday morn-
ing service at 10:30.
Subject, "Love." Golden Text: I
John 4:16.
Sunday School at 11:45 after the
morning service.
Disciples Guild (Church of Christ)
10:45 a.m., Morning worship, Rev.!
Fred Cowin, minister.
5:30 p.m., social hour and tea.
6:30 p.m., conversation hour. Topic,
Courses that contribute most to a
liberal education."'h
The Guild will meet at the Guild
House, 438 Maynard St. the three
Sundays of the examination period,
Jan. 30, Feb. 6 and Feb. 13. Please
note change of place.

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First Congregational Church, cor-
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10:45 a.m., service of worship. Dr.
Leonard A. Parr will preach on
"Castles in Spain." Donn Chown will
sing the baritone solo "Come Ye
Blessed" by Scott and the choir will
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