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November 07, 1922 - Image 5

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Iacovleff Paintings Show Queer
Russian And Japanese Characters

WOMEN WILL GIVE with outside students. The club
D f A e OER A WOMEN WILLGV plans to secure members of the fac-
ARMISTICE PARTY uity to speak, from time to time, on
economic and social topics.
CHORUSES IN NEW STArimistice day will include, among
_its functions in honor of ex-service UNION WILL OPEN
ID NING MASTER WSENDS SHlORT men, the third annual party to be giv- CAMPAIGN TODAY
I en by Betsy Barbour house from 4 o'-

Lbse something? A classified
the Daily will find it.-Adv.

(By L. H.)
Sunday, in Detroit, I experienced
Music of charm and musicians of;
skill combined to make the first con- again that sense quickening that ani-.
cert of the School of Music faculty mated me when I first read Oscar
Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray,"
-and that exquisite thrill of my first
one of great interest. The audience talk with a tremendous life influence.
was appreciative and its size was grat- On Sunday I attended an exhibition of
ifying. the paintings and water colors of Al-
93ndr I l 1Pff nt the DePtroit Insti-

Russian genius is "Soochow by Moon-
light," a decorative Panel which takes4
one's breath away. It is a Chinese wa-{

The performance of Haydn's Quar-
tet in B fiat, played by Mr. and Mrs.t
Samuel P. Lockwood, Miss MarianG
Struble, and Mr. Herbert. Grant, was1
noteworthy. It was played withr1
satisfying unity and lack of confu-
sion, yet the instruments were well-'l
blended. The composition, undramat-I
ic in mood, held a thematic interest
that was enhanced by .emphatic ac-;
centing, unity of attack, and fine fin-.
ish. of technique throughout Partic-
ularly pleasing was' the clearness andE
spirit with which passages of distinct
counterpoint formation were done. t
Mr. Lockwood's solo work showed
a perfection of technique and a skill
of interpretation' that added to the
spriteliness of Hubay's Hejre Kati,1
the thoughtful hood \of Tschaikovshy's
Christmas, the stately deliberation ofj
Mozart's Minuet, and the color and
dramatic intensity of Zarzychi's Ma-I
zurka. The tone qualities of the vio-
lin and piano in combination weres
rather harsh and lacking in mellow-E
ness. Miss Lundell's effective ac-E
companying was pleasing.C
Mrs. Rhead's performance of four;
Chopin numbers was received witb
enthusiasm. She played with remark-
able ease and finish, and increased in
spirit and skill, as her performance
progressed, the Waltz, Opus 37, No. 3,
being done most gracefully and color-
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, singing to-
gether, were unusually delightful.
Their voices blend. in harmonious per-
fection, and their excellent enuncia-
tion, particularly of the French and
Italian songs,' so consistently chosen
as to type, added considerably to the
effectiveness and feeling of 'their
singing. The appealing and dramatic
interpretation of the duet from Ma-
dame Butterfly was proof of their ver-
satility, which, witht'theirtcharm of
manner, w~on for them the hearty
braise of a delighted audience.A i
R. A. H.
Ainrican Jazz Band Sweeps England
London.-English musicians are
becoming worried over the recent in'
flux of American jazz artists who are
coming in constantly increasing num-
bers to satisfy the Britishers' crave for'
the modern dance. Musicians unionai
are even considering a canipaign to
boycott hotels and music halls who em-
ploy American music, in an attempt
to keep down the invasion.

exanUre iacovien acUcYre "V UL 1.W.i
tute of Art. Iacovleff is a Greco-Rus-
sian painter who belongs to no -school
and whose works have no national.
Russian characteristics. The works
shown in Detroit are Chinese and Jap.
anese scenes and characters, and de-
picts a veritable "Oriental Comedie
One painting-"A Chinese Head"'
-is dumfounding; a terrible face and
t~nfftrl of a n ild -i1-1 nahnc w~r

yet lull of a chiud-aike pathos wien
its colored skin, bristling hair, cock-
eyed expression, and half-open mouth.
"The Woman With Masks" is a por-
trait of a long necked, short statured
woman in whoop skirt and holding
a mask in each hand. "The Three
Masks," it might have been called, for
her face is a third mask. This paint-
ing and "Portraits at Port Cros"
which shows a group of summer clad
intellectuals on a 'sea cliff, bring out
Iacovleff's individual, crisp, taffeta-
like quality of the brush. The lofty,
serene faces with their staring bluej
eyes are disturbing. Everything is
elongated showing the influence of El
Greco, whom lacovleff studied in
A wonderful water color of this


tee scene, painted entirely in iy III a si'ck'. .11 . V A tIe V1'\ 1 ANi
weird green. It calls to mind the TOUCIES TO WORK clock until 6 o'clock Saturday after-'
odor of ether, hours that had better ___ noon. The party will begin immedi-
be forgotten, and thoughts that have ately after the close of the ceremon
' oecrooked. "The Absinthe Drink- Roy Iloyer, a member of the cast at, fe h ls ftecrmn
gone coiked.p"trayslnofeaDri of Fred Stone's "Tip Top," was in Ann ies which will be held in Hill audi-
er", which is a portrayal of a Russi- Arbor over the week-end supervising torium.?
an Jew m the last stages of ecstatic the dances of the sixteenth Michigan Various stunts and attractions are
misery and idiocy caused by the green- Union opera, 'In and Out." Due to the being planned by the committee. MoreE
eyed Lady Absinthe, gives us Iacov- nee'ssity of rejoining his company this than 250 ex-service men and women
leff's incisor-like delving to life. week,his stay was very short. He attended last year and it is expected
I recall "The Boy Sea Weed Fish-worked continuously with the cast and that the attendance this year will be
er",--a splendid, nude, cocoa-colored chorus of the opera, however, putting equally as large.
youth with the stride of a Hercules, the finishing touches on the dances he Invita ons have been sent to Gun
pushing a huge ball of yellow sea- set last spring, and evolving new ! and Blade, Veterans of Foreign Wars,,
weed down a green slope. What is Isteps. y and the American legion so that as
this man trying to get at? One gets !Due to the consistent rehearsals, many as possible may be reached. An
the sense of a flight beyond our com- i the dances set last spring required lit- invitation is extended to all ex-serv-
prehension, of a strange modern ecs- tle correction, so Hoyer was able to ice men and women on the campus,
tasy and the coming of a new age. devote all his time to bringing out new regardless of whether or not they be-
dances. This is Hoyer's third year di- long to the organizations mentioned.
SAYS RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IS j recting the dancing for the opera.,
NO HARDER THAN FRENCH Each spring he has been here for PROF. A. E. WOOD ADDRESSES
about 10 days and usualy returns . CHINESE FRIENDLY CIRCLE
"rs once or twice in the fall to see the
That to learn Russian well is no work-outs. Prof. A. E. Wood, of the sociology
harder than to learn French well," is The new dances which he set this department, spoke to the members of
the opinion of Prof. Clarence Meader week-end are adapated from some of the Chinese Friendly circle at a meet-
of the Russian department. Profes- the latest New York steps, and are in- ing which was held last night in Wes-
sor Meader has taught the Russian tended to fit the costumes which the ley hall.
language and literature in the Univer- chorus will wear while performing The club was organized this year,
sity since 1908 and since that time it them. It is expected that Hoyer will the aim in view being to more close-
has grown steadily in favor. Besides; return again before the opera is pro- ly unite the Chine'se students among
being popular in point of number it duced. themselves and to promote friendships
has attracted a variety of nationalities
as well. At present there are Russ-
ians, Chinese, Czecho-Slovaks, and
Poles beside the large number of Am-
ericans taking the course. T


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