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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 22, 1970

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phant'asmagorical

undergraduate

art exhibit

KEEP AHEAD
OF YOUR HAIR!

A phantasmagoria of the lat-
est materials and art styles com-
prises the first undergraduate
art show presently being held
on thethird floor of the Rack-
ham Bldg.
Over 200 pieces of work re-
main from -the preliminary
judging of 527 pieces. John
Hartom, co-chairman of a r t
for the Creative Arts Festival,
calls the exhibit an "incredibly
diverse group." It varies from
polyurthane foam fingers that
jut from the walls and floor
throughout the three exhibit
rooms to paintings both in acry-
.lic and oil.
Grass grows in a tinted glass
box and stripes vacuum clean-
er rests on the floor symboliz-
ing J. Edgar Hoover's c r i m e
clean-up campaign. The works
in the show utilize almost every
material presently available in-
cluding metals, beads, electric
lights and polyester resin.
But the creations vary in their
conception spanning both ab-
stract and naturalistic ideas and
finally touching upon social
commentary.
Edwina Busch received a
first place cash award of $100
for her two works in macrame,
the art of knotting, and o n e
small ceramic pot containing
several carefully executed etch-
ings on paper circles.
A startling canvas in g r e y
permeated by a brown V-form
by Louis Sadler and a work of
metal sprayed in fuzzy, g r e y
felt by Douglas Hollis placed
second, each receiving $50.
Hartom believes students do
create "quality stuff", however,
he adds, no one ever gets a
chance to see it. Students now
have a chance to exhibit and
possibly sell their works, Hartom
explains.
The $300 cash prizes were
donated by the art school
through the Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Ulrich Awards Fund with an ad-
ditional $50 in merchandise from
Ulrich's.
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NO WAITING
8 BARBERS
OPEN 6 DAYS

The Dascola Barbers
Arborlond-Campus
Maple Vi;taoa
THURSDAY--FRIDAY
Dir. F.W. MURNAU (1924)

The tragedy of the loss of
position and self respect
accompanying old age.
"Ho Ho Ho"
Short: Entr'-acte
Dadist, Film by Rene Clair

-Daily-Jim Judkis
"Pigmobile," a social cormentary by David Gasowki

7&9
662-8871

ARCH.
AUD.

The show is open to the pub-
lic free of charge from. 5 to
10 'p.m. daily except Sundays
through Feb. 3.ox"E
Anne Schallhorn;Hartom's co-
chairman for the exhibit, said
plans are being made by the 375
show's committee to purchase a M
work by the contemporary sculp- SA
ture, Tony Smith, to exhibit on
campus. Funds for the purchase
are expected to come frgm the "TI
Creative Arts Festival and pri-
vate donations.

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No. MAPLE RD.-769-130
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"George Washington" cast in aluminum by Julia Huette

is now accepting petitions for new board
members. Sign up for an interview and
pick up your petition at the bulletin board,
first floor SAB. Interviews will be held on
January 26-27.

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NE YEAR'S BEST COMEDY !"
'SATURDAY REVIEW
A FRANKOVICII PRODUCTION
FOR COiUMB#A RELEASE

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UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES CENTER
Announces
OPENING UP PETITIONING FORI
SENIOR OFFICER POSITIONS
" PRESIDENT
* EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
E ADMINISTRATIVE VICE PRESIDENT
* CO-ORDINATING VICE PRESIDENT
OPEN 9-5 WEEKDAYS
PETITIONS AVAILABLE IN UAC OFFICES
2nd FLOOR, MICHIGAN UNION
ANY QUESTIONS-CALL 763-1107

PIANISTS I

at 8:30 in Hill Auditorium
Tickets: $7.00-$6.50-
$6.00-$5.00-$3.50-$2.50

THE BEST SELLER THAT BURST INTO HEADLINES WITH ITS
EXPLOSIVE EXPOSE 01 THE SPY SCANDAL THAT SHOOK THE WORLD!

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AS MUCH A PART OF THE UNIVERSITY AS

-Daily-Jim Judkis
"Debby's Dilemma" by Cricket
ATTENTION ALL UNDERGRAD WOMEN!
Here's your chance for a night out
at the courtesy of Elliot House
on ian. 24 at 8:00 P.M.
Dining Room 3, Markley Hall
Featuring: Dancing, Bananasplit Bush, Refreshments
Music by Bobby Sox and the U-Trow
Another Babcock-Neaton Producion-"We serve to please"

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OPENS TOMORROW!

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FRI.-SAT., JAN. 23-24
(BEST PLAY OF 1968U)&l

HILL AUDITORIUM

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