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3 shows that the "Remarque" in [A-L] is false. 1 is due to Amar and Lederer [A-L] and Fisher [Fi]. An analogous result for the disc algebra is due to Phelps [Ph2]. Let us recall that an IE BH~ is an extreme point of B H~ iff I aDlog(l - III) dm = --00 (cf. [H, p. 138]). , there is no IE B H~ and x* E (H~)* with x*(f) = 11/11 = IIx*1I = 1 and such that for every sequence (fn) in B H"" if x*(fn) --+ x*(f) then II/n - III --+ 0. 1(F) = 0. , {s E Ll: iF(s) = I} = {s Ell: liF(s) I = I} = F. E BH~ put Given I for n = 1, 2, In = 1(1 - f~·)/ill - I~II for n = 1,2, .

1, denote by PI and P2 the natural projections from A* = qaD)*/H~ = Ll/H~ Ea1 Vsing onto LI/H~ and Vsing respectively, and let T: qaD)*/H~ ~ qaD)* and TL : L I /H~ ~ L I to be the nearest point cross-sections. Now if W C A * satisfies (4a), then both of the sets PI (W) and P2 (W) have the same property. For subsets of Ll/H~, (4a) is equivalent to (4). Hence the weak closure of T(Pl(W» = TL(Pt(W» is weakly compact. s. sequence (I{Jn) in C(aD). Thus, by a result of [P9], the weak closure of the set T(P2(W» = P2(W) is weakly compact.

The construction is classical (cf. [Z, Vol. I, p. 105]). 3 shows that the "Remarque" in [A-L] is false. 1 is due to Amar and Lederer [A-L] and Fisher [Fi]. An analogous result for the disc algebra is due to Phelps [Ph2]. Let us recall that an IE BH~ is an extreme point of B H~ iff I aDlog(l - III) dm = --00 (cf. [H, p. 138]). , there is no IE B H~ and x* E (H~)* with x*(f) = 11/11 = IIx*1I = 1 and such that for every sequence (fn) in B H"" if x*(fn) --+ x*(f) then II/n - III --+ 0. 1(F) = 0. , {s E Ll: iF(s) = I} = {s Ell: liF(s) I = I} = F.