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____________ ~T" E MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

IL 45OU R ~ ET YORK TO HAMB UR G
ppp yyyy ..Actual construction work 10a
st reo ible, de ign < lto mal' trips be..

Acm~e to Encourage Work Ni Fine
Aris -Peenllirly Fa irale
to All Parties
OVE-RtNTN1 TO RAISEh
'MOMi1Y TH11ROU GIILOTTERY
Stockholm1, March 29.-(13y A. P.)
-Artists in Sweden. --wio happen to be
narrow circumstances have sud-
4y~ been cheered by the news that
to government .starnds ready to spend;
T0 kronor, about $72,000 in the
irochase of their pictures.
The Swedish scheme for coming to
e yescnue of needy artists is peculi-
cl favorable to all parties concern-,
. Th~e government raises the money
Trough a loattery..
B~enefit Is MNutual
It acqu.ires valuable paintingg and
ulptures in return for the mnoney
ranted to the artists. This art is then
be placed in schools, saniatariumns,
nd other government in ,titutions,
h~ere it will prove a pleasure~ to the
uiblic, and at the same time help the
rtist b~y giving him added publicity
r ~his work.
The invesnment of funds and the
uirchase of art is to be in the hands
fa committee of artists and others'
nider the chairmanship of the famous
idsape painter, Prince Eugene, *
roher of the Kin g-~of Sweden. The
ommittee will inspect paintings and
atues and have authority to purchase
Crk1s in current exhibitions where
'ie ~artist is in need of money.
To Purcha~se h~est Art
Olof Olsson, Minister of the TEccie-
astical Department, under wihomi the
ppropr.ition has been obtained. rays
at only the highest class of paint-
igs and statues will be purchased b.,
ae government. Thus the mnovem-ent
an be utiied to instil in a larger
ublic an appreciation of goodwok
4No, particular schools or tendencies
' moern art will be favored by the
omttee, and none will be discrimi-
ated against.
N.ebraska Capitol
Sets New Desig
QOahia, April 18-($y A.P)-The
sonishi.gigInfluence that the new
apitol of Nebraska, now under con-
trutin seems to be having on pres -
t day architectural design, lasto
hie sIaggestoin that Nebraska may be
'estined to be the cradle of a wortha
hile Anjerican architectuire ,a<ccord
ng to Thomas R. FKimball, of this
ity, past president of the A -i'eican
rsttiite of Architects.
"Nebraska has blazed the pathiwa~y
hat is -leading the ,vorld to aesthetic
.rbitectural freedom in this new
tate capitol,," states 'M1r. Kimb; all
The influ~ence of this neewbutll un?
s being telt, as is shown in the z",cent
'hicago Tribune competition, where
tmong 200 or more submissions, most
f the noticeable efforts were clearly
raceable to this capital."

CHALENGEToDOYLE
IDECLARIES "SPIRIT PICTUTRES" TO
BE ACCIDENTAL
ROAX
New York, April 18-(E3 A.P.)-
Stephen Horgan, veteran New York
.photographer, and expert on. engrav-
ing, has challenged Sir Arthur Con-
an Doyle to name a ghost picture; sub-.
sect for photography he could not

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tjn M U414 lighting Sun Yatsen's forces, a
U j R titer ',;; battle Mill going on.
~ AN E B ~Tl~AY~ Re~t tdayIf.}O1] 'lit to 1vo.
Seriors in all schools and college, s Try OurisJ~~pe s Ien's Lunch
fthe University have one more opi- JOE-00 RKrie
ortunity to place orders for senior JOE PLSINAK)IE'S
anes. Wagner and company will take Reiiedy's Orchestra
rders until Saturday and guarantee 11:34 - 4:00
.livery before "cane day." Coiiweill foal ldg.
MVlore than 750 walkinj sticks have -
een purchasd by seniors in the var-,
:)sshosadclee.Sno t- Pbihro ainliaaiw ay, engineering, and law student' established over 4 years, desires
hould take their canes to Carl. B~ay, to get in touch with party who can
eweler, for eagravin-. Each cliass invest or who can assist in raising
:s an .individual design. ; capitallfor expansion. This is n
Orders for caps and gowns will be unusually fine opportunity to s-
aken for the reminder of the week: cure an active interest. in a inaga-,
the Moe SRport Shop on South U'Lni-' zinc with a backgroundl of many
years. of achievemrent. F'or full
r'$iy avnueparticulars address
London, April 18.-(By A. P.)-i fr tltcCu
V; argsi troops under Gee Shen 'S IVL t 1,t.f. ew Yocki, -"i..

Prgiinnr AIIIPT

*~)~fO~PO 1OLf.produce.s
I Mr Horgan promised to produce so- je
cale
^"spirit" phtographs under in-h
structionsgvnb Si Arthur and'
theIneratonal bPhotographic Arts t
j ~~~~~~~~and Crafts Exposition at the Gr~and atleta aaeArl2 o2.V
{ h. l.vs.' , ?> { >: .x . x 3 ' ."n ..' - Publicly, under supervisionV of -Sir
y Arthur or his representatives, he stat-
ed he would photograph anty individ-
4d , R r .h' + y. ; f al sitter and guarantee that ghost
would appear on the plate in accord
# . r4 " c with Sir Arthur's 'instructionls. Mr. "
-, J <y * ,tea,'*. Horgan said his demonstration would
1' ~/ ~ shw upSirArthur's "spirit" photo-
..... :*-::-: . ~ ~graphs as entirely human.
x ..P ot g ap e s realize that Sir Ar-
thrhas-been. completely hoodwinked
. ~by these photographs," said Mr. Hor-
i gan. "The general public may not
r - ;know it, but during the war glass
t <-g ,was scarce and photographic plates
TwoP p~-y a- were used again and again. They~
TnI~II~a"r flflflhflflflIrTasi n were washed in many solutions andz
II1I1II~ .[dIMHPIh~fIU [ " then resold. In many cases, however,
O i-C QTTw plays will be given by the Pp UViU4LtHIlgt mrssosof .the original p110-
Moethnofd-,eersa,4Q". 'coktongh;i -ographs remained."
Trthn250 photographs o S-ia rah selAgl al Te Members of the Cosmopolitan club ~ SCR IKT O
si~ s submnitted in. the Chicago Tri- Thl"reeWse, the story o] a wood- I wiill be entertained at luncheon at ,R'HTCS'Bt OA
bunie building, oltsthaebeen se er. i wf howregane lartha Cooly dormitory at 5:30 o cock
curedbybth arcitectraldchooland aCC ishe
_d by.the rchitctura schby andc orge I3erniard hawv of the Sunday night. The entertainment of Students whlo were allotted tickets
y irlay ae, owon ispay n he by' aj wi"% ii-desaandh ao," iar-t tolublthe Architects'ay is j oMay rcParcs'MyyPtoy beb
bT many h rel nowsos. dplayge in 1 te Li- rfab e ntAdro. a d t e L o , il t e cl b m i b ~ n t i a s a held M ay 11 in, Barbour gym nasium ,
brar hal cses A lare nm~e ar b~resnte. .regular .annual feature of the Martha ;and who were unable to call for them
phc~ogi~phs ~ d~i~n notsee her I Anumer at' unusudal rauppets will
i1'e .510oW'1 Iri nf ee 1er "Caookpro ram. ! yesterday or Tuesday may buy them
befre henhal o th' oigia1~~ iuli~iuga tmrn1.amental
violinf:;tfof an 1trniirna r dne,~Foreign 'studciits who were on the -from 3 to 4 'o'clock this afternoon at
,daiigN si-bmitted werepl:aced on ,.~~dac. he spring tour of the state :during the -the. Union. From 4 to *5o'clock tickl-"
eexii t ion. eiij-so speetdudrteas I- spring vacation 'will hiave .chiarge _of, ets 'wich have not been sold to those
One of the msante: ling the pr-,.woe ppictins, re. 11ec wl
tinsshw brei rcetyersw 'o Ii~taPi aoroityeande t hpre-program. W. , L. rlu, grad.rxillwoe ~ eeacetdw~
Horse shofn h-sire ill _ocethe ozr., i-gila I(cuW g t te .r:ity act as spokesman Qf the Cosmopolitan be sold to those who were notified
::na~ u o aol haf o te ~iii~? Mic hi tuLeage ilc'ing fund. 1club, explaining the features of the that they were on the waitinglit
irarecently, conmtepletediln .. spring trip. Six 'ik ot$.0each.
for tihe new C hicago, Tribun.Libll,' , lco roI
jug Mee Prsos sw tis xhiit HOLDS[() ),jJapane-e students rWill1 sig severalN LfAICCAGSi
Sin ,the three cdays it was here ta aiasns nluigtesniftek~J~l BEVR A
'viitd ay the ehibt verhed NNU AL FELEGTLON Wasedao niversity. 1Gustavo n la--
hee yoher ehbteer.'c- vado '23' , wll play the Colombia na- Washington, April 18-(By A.P.)-
Inlddaogtepoogaps P2 i~,natndhnrr -tonal anthem on the piano. Miss !The earth is said to be uendergign
are thie iewnin designs, those ' C4(lscetrcnl eldl-its an- - Clara F st1lke, 'i23, president of thej general change of climate.
of. axrchiet i rtd~adaid to *co rn--i ue! ei:cic; } or nw i: Inb:ers to the Cosmo;politan _cl, will fpreside at the: Despite repeated assertions around
ote, 'and th nonrb ention" oet.- ' 'jILtn. the stove in the general store, that
-aFrawing . ana ng hic h is tha t ,;o; To Led aeAtu C utsIwinters gradually are growing milder,
Piof J . . oss~ , fth aci-'IM CIifford Swan ,on '25N, Da id D. Iko'tF ail ir register today. or harder, as the case may be, United i
tetll hol hs hotographls, C . '5_ .M, . KrI1. Ie-lorl4&n '25M , s iStates 'Weather Bureau- observers c
Swhich w«;If.remain oil exhibition aou"ja-lne:, Revis r- z z e 1'251, James Pauil 'I I kinfr .today if you want .1o Vote.'1Clare there is no evidence of a progres-
a ee icgr, rsn a nsa Jn.,gad, me C. Kuzster '25, -- sive change in one direction or- the
opportunity to stli Ltud a v ': rFnge o -; 1hn . And(ers :on '23, RobertK. Win- jRg tvfor sprie-cion., tday. I other.
[ -Itern '24. .John,1lIrpdPTutmni -,'24.I

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the statement, of Prof. Emil Lorch, of 'Lcua rd I1. Barrett '24, Adelbert Ford,j
the arc itectra school. :I a;' 5ugene F. Powe"(ll, Ga.and
Profesisor Lorch alsc. suggeste d fthaj 1ihl II. E' i11f£rVr'25D.Thr)ee fac-
iview«ingthle pliotogI alhI i , should Slt mem Vu ~ee-also lced r
'be born e i1 in ind [tb1 t73to a oe~~.Ih . >iua~ f.t;e -Mii Ical
of 2G0 feet the entire area o[thie 1tt schoQi,. Th' StL Icy R. G- ild cf. the-Dc--
ceould be used and beyonld- that point, artment of Zoolgy and Dr. Harry
to :a maximum height of -400 feat, .+Fclger of the.Departmnent , f Zo-
the building area was limited by the << oOlgy, .

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gorgeous modern
-of maly lve n
all- AerIean tri
Sup ported by
Conway Tearle,
Conrad Nagel andLos W l ol Jr
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Chicago building code.
Warsa, .Ar1S ,.(--SSy A.-V-
tually -allI Russian afll krianJ-
ish refugees ordlered expei-~e, iue left
Poland; 15.00V to 0000 inwol VEd(;
several thousand ,got Zpassports ;uflrT
Ithe U nitedl States and are witn.
theb new Poish imm igration qoa

Reg14teilfor' spring plev,( iollftodaqy.

Engjnee&s and Architects' M'terials
Stationery, Foul tain 'Pens, :Loose Leaf Books
Cameras 'an d Supplies

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rever they suppose it is designed
encourage resistance to the -oc-
eying .forces; 150,000,000 --arks
,e been tak~en at Recklinhausen and
X00,000 11(1;' ,it Lu, seidlor'. FThe
~ ray this .mce~y was .notin
ded for the strikers but for th1e un-
Aloyed. From German sourc-es also
to reports that issues of money
:ed Thereafter by the Fr"ench will
declared valueless by the Reicha- l
k.
Try to RllKU ele'ges
'aris, April 18.-(By A. P.)-Un-
cessful attem~pts wvere made to
'ek trains carrying French and
'gian Cabinet members on a tour
he RIuhr.
on't fall to reg'ister toaay

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