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Sunday July 8, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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hooks of the' Day

VARIED BOOKS TO BE
IN LEAGUE 'LIBRlARY'

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EBOYS WILL GO TO
UNIVERSITY FRESH
AIR CAMP MONDAY
A new section of 100 boys from De-
troit, Ann Arbor anad ineighboring
cities will be transported to Patterson
lake tomorrow for a two weeks out-j
ing at the University Freh Air Camp,

"The Age Of Reason" by Sir Philip of illusions. At the climactic point
Gibbs. Doubleday-Doran. $2.00. Margaret seeks farith from an old Books in the library of the new
Sir Philipi Gibbs in his new novel, friend who used to be .her father's Bt bh
"The Age of Reason," shows himself curate and the question for the per- Women's League Building will be new
to be a builder both of story and son reading it is, "Will she find it?" fiction, fiction which time has declar-
character. He ties the plot in a Also that one interested in the book edt good, and many of the classics. The

clever knot by making Margaret the will wonder if she will find faith library will be a memorial to Jes- conducted under the auspices of the
apex who is the most concerned with and illusign anywhere in the world e HrStudent Christian Association.
the other characters in the book. She, rafter her dearest ones show them- Sixty boys made up the first sec-
the daughter of a liberal minister, selves skeptics. 'the Ann Arbor Map as a means of tion of camp which came to a close
finds that she enjoys the security of Lucidity is the word which fits Sir raising money for the Women's Saturday afternoon, according to
religion. Her marriage leads her to Philip Gibbs' writing. He organizes League Building. George Rich, '30L, director of the
a scientific household since her hus- his thoughts in such a free and flow- Another feature of the League camp. It is planned to* have three
band is a renowned biologist planning ing manner that the last idea of a Building will be the Service Rooms, more sections accommodated at the
to control people by regulating their strain is gone. He is a clear think- where showers and hair drying rooms camp, making a total of approximate-.
emotion through glands, and a fath- er and an intelligent writer. He jus- will be arranged. In addition a reg- ly 400 boys.
er-in-law who is a physicist inventing tities the critici'sm frequently heard uilr beauty parlor will' be opened, Despite the fact that a large num-
things which could shatter the world. of him that "Gibbs is good." The auditorium wing, which a re- ber of the camp leaders this summer
Between these two men there is a The chariacters who are intelligent cent anonymous gift of $50,000 assur- are new men, the first section has
struggle to see which will win out- and consistent differ one from the ed, will contain, besi4es the auditori- been conducted in a decidedly success-
intelligence o'r iinsdirected worldly other. Each one {composes the qual- 'um proper, dressing rooms and a Iful manner, according to Homer raf-
power to destroy themselves. The ities of a convincing type, unless it series of committee or club rooms, ton, camp business manager,
simple and trusting Margaret is great- be Professor Hesketh Jeringham who These rooms which will be on the The camp is operated from funds
ly shocked by the lack of any emo- is coldly unhuman at many times. Yet floor below the auditorium, will open lonated by 'alumni, students, faculty,'
tional faith, whatsoever, in their home he gets along with mankind and that 'on the patio, while the stage of the and friends of the University. Three:
after her marriage. probably justifies him. Apart from auditorium will open on a terrace anew cottages have been built since
She is harassed by innumerable oth- the characters, what they do is of above the"patio. These rooms will be last year, making a total of six cot-
er things-the fact that Mr. Jering- importance because of the addition especially useful as equipment will i'ages in which the boys find ideal!
ham, the grandfather, is afraid to die to the usual reader's knowledge of be installed for the making of cos- sleeping quarters.
and %not of a glandular operation to science in reading about the advanc- tumes, the painting of scenery and
make him young. Margaret in her ed ideas of Jeringham, the younger, the rehearsing of plays.
physical beauty attracts the poised and of Jeringham, senior. Gibbs
son of her husband by his first wife shows himself to be no idle writer TYPEWRITER
which causes both of teem some an- putting down only sense impressions RIBBONS and at'
gish. She becomes utterly distress- which hold the reader for only a SUPPLIESa
ed when her own sensitive and shy short time but in lieu of that he gives
brother, an artist, becomes infatuated him /facts to review and ponder over' T rI oer For All ) ack s aboi
with the modern Viola, brought up to after hey has ceased the actual ac- and Best Quality
baths in the garden, to consider her- tivity of absorbing the story.
self what she is because of biology, Copy by courtesy of Gralham Book, i 0. D. MORRILL
and to feel her intelligence and lack Store. K. S. U Nickels A reide Pho. O81
ENGLAND SCOTLAND
rtwat ONDS to FIT the INVESTOR
Histori scenic

VICK TRAINS HERE retained her championship in the wo-
Ernie Vick, Michigan grid and base- men's singles at Wimbledon today, de-
ball star and All-American center of Ifeating Senorita Elia de Alvarez, bril-
a 'few years ago, is training daily on 1liant young Spanish player before a
south Ferry field in an effort to stage 'huge crowd which included the king
a comeback in major league base- and queen. The score was 6-2, 6-3
ball. Vick was with the St. Louis
Cardinals for three years, but was re- IIORNSBY STILL LEADS
leased last year when he suffered an NEW YORK, July 7- With the
arm injury. Braves still sinkigg in pieces all
around him, Rogers Hornsby retain-
HELEN 'WILLS WINS TITLE ted the batting lead of the National
WIMBLEDON, England, July 7 - league through the week ending on
Helen Wills, American tennis star, Independence day.
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