THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ThURSDAYn1, 'MAY i ,
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SENIOR LIT -NOTICE
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[W ODICAIO S., tbarre Brothers' Pain tings
AE SUISA INS On Display In Memorial .I
A l'H AI1lty' 11'011 (U~l. 1'-"' 1t11 t aX *0, Y *Att.K 110 p ft l 211 '1X /Vt fjt
Fine Artsi of Carnegie institute by tores modera knight errants. Tlhe
"ulx-r V,1FV7ttII'LUnoIM~ t called for their rdlers are 1(Iontinued f rom Phetwgeus bothrs Rinn ndife wcue erssion which sows te.
ByLndiinrUE of lilacwIk
asefodoo imeitl.r~ ~ P'I at r eio,~vtlt of the young Spanish youths'
foDJay vrlO h ete )~~t Fayfield, '25; photographic editor, T!: alentin ularre, akec up the ex-i makes the pitre outstanding.
ICIIWAN ASSIGNED) KITCHEN; haelcr mFrttyha~. ~ ~ '5 'r' dtrJn ~1iin~i ani~on lovs life' triumph~ant life
( Dew)ey,(1)STT~~T Please examine the invitations Dewey, '25; senior editor, E. C. (revr, Alumnni Meoia l ball. Br illianceu of.
I I' i Ithat£youIhave1.anTlzYre3entTthose126-; feature editor, A. P. Crouch, '2(3;: color, ;tudies in contrast, andI a crea- which palpitates on the boundless
j tht yo ha~ andpresnt tole atletic: editor, G. W. Ross, '26; (rater- ive power with the brush made the horizon of the sea. The coloring is;
Mor thn hlfof he'frteritis hataredeectve t h~ oot iity editor, C. .Higley, '2(; r aniz- Ipictures 'unusual in their interest ,nore ardent, more glowing, with a ?
fiw i' ottoday llor,
odl. edtrororities on tho campus have de- ! W'-~ toi eioX. L Den r~,r, '2; classes A strong delineation of Spanish ple - decded preference for the golden and
lared their Intention of contribuii ir ng t : immthe called fokr no, . illz cratorY, ,= . Newton, '26; pub- sant types, with the background of' orange hunes. In the painting "Old;
the old clothes drive bieing o The annual mnockc election will icti ins, Hoard Tuiirner, '2GA4. TIhe somnbre Spanish scenes, show in the' asque Sailor" the boldness of color-
lcte byteEr'ahtuetR- )~feld ,nest. Wednesday ,after- ",,,; 'naedwa:1Wlkr . Eor ainitngs of both artists. The two in g is impelin.The riliance of the
e£ comnmittee. A University truck noon at 3: 0O'clock ii n lew;e cti,?5Albrt T Pecki,''25; Ruiby . .. belong to the younger generation and orange makes the picture decidedly;
'ill collect donations from these or- r y liadi. A short. budiess ineet- Hn Fart, '26: the photographic stalTf: W have a wide reputation in urope, and; one to attract attention. An imaging-;
jnzalnstdatndtmorw. will l d lc zr tusio e :S. ^"lardting, r25E; MaTrgaet ite, "Ire bildingone in America. Their ion used in tie inerpiretation of h-
uin te wodasal sudn s StO ing the carious class lion- '26;, Erett Chapmxan, grad; Chariles N!ork has been exhibited in principal'ian types is shown in all of the work'
e asked to leave such old clothing ( . s'I' D,' Fnres, '2 ; thne women's stool. museum of the world with special; of this brother.
sthey will at Lane hall, or give the ZVALTEIR K. OCHTERER, ( soroities, Elillab~th cDow ell, '2G0: showin s in the salons of I!rance.j The pictures in the exhibit arel
rnrbtost h rvr fWieIPre<.ident. I ctIves. Elsa Ruyl, '26,'and organ_ i- The characteristic feature in the art priced f'rom $700 to $400}. Pictures
'n Godao -styLudyL__________ torns. "lelaor Musselnnn, '2. of the two brothers is the essentialy v.hich appealed to the writer as out-
'uck drivers, who will take them to - . Robert Ramsay, '25, editor of the Spanish touch and atmosphere they standing were: "Y'oung Musicians"
.e committee. w Srummner Daly announced thie follow- give to their paintings whch are of Valentin; "Espatadazaris," Ramon;
The need o h uo e n su e t ' V n z e r g ap on m n s ev dtr o et B s u rgn like that of al true "An Old W oman Spinning," Ramon;
ri c o hi g a e ee ee ly s ow w ~ ~ i la sled,' 0; ed t ri l o rd ch i- pnish painters. r Sebovian. Types," V alentin; "Old'
az celi e.ent reenlt rshoKnB i ntza ted .LY Ima, Adewl'Popr,_u,, luiit Valentin paints the life and mannersBasque Sailors," Ramon; "Pasqtue Wo-1
e viC editors, John ,XV Conrad, '26; and of the mnountain fol, the village ot'!man*," Vaientin. G. J. D.R
large number who are in need of ~u a'rtrae n;Fred :Sparrow, "25; city e Ri, Verena Gar'ay, the elderly women, the old'-f
ats and shoes, 48 per cent of the !oa, woe' eio,;ie- pe Sanits, thzeoung girls, and the:
udents there needacompleteeoutgitsi dolyn Dew, '24; telegrap h editor, bld-lookcing youths. His work tends;
rclothing.. In their communication Quartodeck hoiioarv mrine ngi- 1'25; (ead te \dVnntAd
ticering society, initiatedI two mnes -' Leslie Bennetts, w2. t ypeie nbu."saaat
the committee they said: "Anything _Lloyd-A.------e---------_-anaging
tall will do, as'we can use all." tdyatrona h niern
Boxe wil b nlcedat heibrryarch.; R. W. 'Fishaer, '25E, and C. E. ! editor named as his aides: advertis-i
Bacgdon, '25E, were rci'db h
EnBigineering arch, and the Law rIceied HaroLdChittncodpeng;public-
iilding',on Friday to accommoda t y bnue eigeld at bthe U1 ons Ibe H ave lg eoun' Sunday},
tantiutoso tuet h inintheir honor following the cere- 1 -xJotiuinso tdnswocounetz el,2 MLilaist:ma n 5 eorg
ave not already sent in what they nmoray CWigeitor. 3 s sitntmng
ish to' give. Information regarding pProf. 1T., C. Sadler, Prof. Edward
to drive can be obtained from Tyler I Bragg, anid Prof. A. F. Lindblad, of, o n n eks
Stevens, ,'4 either at Lane hall the marine engineering. department,'G AYg re kf s
*bcaln 9.addressed thxe bane uet, with HT. :. I1THE Y °
"4Kiev .kitclwn pumubein r onefeedinx; Bi~ggs '24E, wlcondng the new men.,MOUSE
'80 students has been assigned Midi- Fisher replied' for unself and Bl1ay- -whltiey Thieater1 u
;an "..reads acablegram -from LMos* dn : ' E Lind , :lE pnanat0 it tWh'
w, Russia, trceived bly the tudler~f the societyt acted As ;toastm aster. at
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Friendship federation in New, Yori
Michigan :raised $4,000 by seliin-,
neal tiCkets in the recent Friend shim3
Irive. This money is already' doin,
:ood'as is shown by the response fronm
Word received by!REgbert Isbell,
'2L, chairman of the drive here, indi-
mates that letters from Kiev, and per-
haps photographs 'of the kitchen, will
be forwarded from the New YodrR
headquarters before the end 'of the
Relief 3'foney Will :Not Be Retu~rnedi
Tokil, ,lMay 14.--Newspaper propa-
ganda for the return to the United
Mtates of the many contributions made
for Jajnauese earthquake relief is non=
sense, high government officials de
claredI ,today. The newspapers propos.-
eelreturn of the funds as a prot,,
agaiuist' the exclusion provis;:on o
,he new American immigration bill.
:)Icial circles said it was unthink-~.
zble that any responsible statesman
Fhould conside~r ' such a move for ,
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Mea sure Sits st $ ;100 and
V.. Willh Extra lPaints at $2.51).
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r~stic reductionis oneverything,
save So to $ a a' 'i re:St. on , new Mls
We' h "a v e - d'e'o
eale hnhretoore to enable everyone t stock
cddt toopen 'our nafkiaCoIlege-End Sate ta ittle
ionsummer footwear a aditinc sy,
\/ X1 1° $ 0 3y C fod X1 a r X911 NEWEST STYLrES
AT A BIG RTEU(
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Men's and Womnen's $3.50
Many of our best stiles cut to
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