Ann Arbor High School students' drive to collect books for the library of the State Prison of Southern Michigan at Jackson has been such a success that they are now busy sorting over the 2,000 contributions which have thus far been contributed. Above are (left to right) Adele Godfrey, Neil Remnant, Martha Heusel, Barbara De Wolfe, and Nanette Reganall. The students voted to undertake the project at the suggestion of their principal, Nicholas Schreiber. Schreiber and other school officials learned, when touring the prison recently, that no state funds had been appropriated to buy books for the prison library.
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