THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1924
THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY
Keep Moving" Slogan Being Impressed
On Berlin As Gatherings Are Barred
LIBRAY ISSUES RULES
FOR DAO NSBOOKS
Directions for drawing out and us-
ing books have been issued by the
general library, with the request that,
all students of the Summer session
will follow them as carefully as possi-I
ble to avoid confusion and misunder-
To get a book from the stacks a
completely filled out call-slip must be
presented at the delivery desk on the
floor corridor. Books drawn from the
stacks on such slips may be used any.
where in the building, but should not
be taken out of the building. Books
.withdrawn for home use should be
charged at the circulation desk at the
west end of the corridor desk, though
certain volumes, such as class reserv-
es, may not be withdrawn for home
ruse except for overnight. Such vol-
umes may be drawn out between 9
and 10 o'clock at night and must be
in by 8 o'clock the following morn-
ing, with the exception of overnight
Narges made on Saturday nightQ
which are not due until Monday. Un-
der no circumstances should books
be taken from the building unless
they are charged either at the circula-
tion desk or on an overnight slip.
The rules for the use of study halls
state that books in the lower study
hall and in the graduate reading
rooms should be used in those rooms
and only be withdrawn for home use
after 9 o'clock at night on a regular
overnight charge. Books in the refer-
ence collection in the main reading
room do not circulate at all, and
should not be taken from the room.
Dr. Preston James
Going To Trinidad
Dr. Preston E. James of the depart-
ment of geography of the University
will leave soon after the close of the
summer term to make investigations
in the line of land utilization in the
island of Trinidad.
The purpose of the trip, states Dr.
James, is the collection of scientific
facts to the production of sugar, cacao,
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James will go alone and will work In
cooperation with a representative of
the U4Ited S'tates weather service
stationed in Trinidad. He expects to
return to Ann Arbor about October 5.
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Mounted police breaking up the Com munist gathering in the Lustgarten, Berlin
"Keep moving" is the slogan be ing impressed on Berlin by its police. Political demonstrations and street
gatherings of all sorts are under the ban.
A number of persons have been hurt in skirmishes in the German capital ofilowing the breaking up of a
Communist gathering in the Lustgart en, on May Day. The schutz-polizei--mounted police, are being kept busy
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Hunt In Spain
"Manuscript Hunting in Spain" was
the topic of an illostrated lecture de-
livered by Prof. H. A. Sanders of the
Latin department Monday in Natur-
al Science auditorium. Pictures of
cathedrals and of certain pages of the
manuscripts which he studied while
in Spain in 1916 and in 1923 made up
the slides which were employed to ill-
ustrate the talk.
The manuscripts of Beatus, a Span-
ish monk living in the tenth century
were the objects of the search, their
subject matter being a "Commentary
of the book of Revelations." The
search led Professor Sanders through
the northern part of Spain in which
he visited many churches and librar-
ies where he made a study of such
manuscripts as they contained.
Date classification of the manu-
scripts was done largely by the type
of illustrations used in them, Profes-
sor Sanders said. Photographs of
some of these illustrations showed the
crudity of the earlier works, and the
higher type of art later displayed.
The large initial plates used in
many of the manuscripts showed a
distinct relation of the Irish works,
according to Professor Sanders. Sev-
eral of the slides showed these initial
letters, as well as some of the closing
plates of the books which took the
form of large and fanciful picturiz-
ations of the Greek letter Omega, an
invariable sign used to designate "the
Considerable difficulty was encoun-
tered in obtaining permission to see
and study some of the manuscripts.
Letters of introduction were some-
times of little avail, and on one oc-
casion, Professor Sanders got access
to a manuscript only after showing a
card of entrance to the Vatican library
wihch was signed by the former libr-
arian who later became Pope.
PLAN YEAR'S WORK
Miss Josephine Clark, '24, has been
appointed chairman of the Junior
Girls' Advisory Committee. This com-
mittee consists of a group of junior
girls, who welcome the incoming
freshmen. Each member is assigned
a certain number of freshmen, whom
she is to aid with advice in such mat-
ters as registration and campus activi-
Miss Clark is now at work with
plans for next year. It is the prac-
tice, established in former years for
the seniors, juniors and Junior- Ad-
visory Committee to entertain the in-
coming freshmen with a series of par-
ties or one large party. The form
which this is to take this coming year
has not yet been decided.
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