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TUESD"AY, NOVEMBER f, 1923

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

French Society
Exhibits Works
In Alumni Hall!
An event of first rate importance
for Ann Arbor art circles began- yes-
terday in the opening of the exhibit of
etchings and smiall' colored paintings
in the upper gallery of Alumni Mem-
orial Ball. The work exhibited is that
of La Societe des Graveurs Modernes
Francais, of Paris, France, and con-
sists of more than one hundred etch-
ings of many sorts. Most of them are
in colors, and so closely and finely
(lone 'that they clearly are the work of
masters. Also on exhibit are more
than one hundred paintings, mainly
small, and which also are the work
of this famous group of Parisiani
painters.
This exhibit comes to our country
under the impetus of a rather inter-
esting movement. The inovation of
colored. etching*_ was begun overj
eighteen years ago, but until lately
found favorable comment only in
Paris, There Georges Plasse, of the
Societe des Graveurs Modernes Fran-,
cais, with the help of such well known
masters as Icart, Jourdain,, and La-,
ojute, built up a school of colored
etchings, and has as a result been able,
to introduce into this country an exhi-
bit so marvelous in its conception, and
so exact In its execution, that it ha~
taken this country by storm.
The exhibit comes to Ann Arbor
from Boston, where it hung for some
time in the gallery of the Boston CityIE
Club. It received so much favorable t
comxment that a tour of this country
was decided upon, and Ann Arbor has1
fortunately been chosen as the firstt
stop. It is scheduled to run through
the twelfth of this month. It is un-
der the personal supervision o M.
Georges Plasse. M. Plasse will be at
the :gallery every' afternoon, and willv
be able to give many interesting side-
lights on the w~orks. The followingI
are the artists whose works are to be
exhibited: - T. F. Simon, Henry Jour-I
dain, Streth-Zampini, Richard Ranft,
Manuel Robles, Chabinian, Van San-
ten, Calbot, Lambrecht, Le Riche, Paul
Emile Lacomte, Appey, Georges,
Plasse,,an jseveral others. No adlmis-
sion will be charged.

Coining This Week

News From Ot
IllInoi%--Miany' notables attended the!
Illinois hiomecoming this week-end. ax
The list included soetin ned States CIO
congressmen as well as Governor i w
Small and Judge K. M. Landis. lbth
°b.,

because of a mistake between the' Cleudelal Enigineecrs to Have Siuokerl gi neering shops btiilding. Major John
then er C olleges dowvntow-n Westernx Union office in IChiemical engineering stdnsar'e roswl etesekr
Iowa City and the one at the football ivtdt attend a smoker of the Am-
OhoSaeTefield.I erican Institution of Chemical Engin- More than 300 foreign students are
ObloSuit-Thedeans and registrar
e guzzled in determiningt to what, A wire was held open for the De- ceering to take place tomorrow at 7 :30 attendinfg the University, about the
!ass a student who graduates in the troit Free Press at the field, and then' o'clock on the third floor of the En- same number as last year.

inter beclongs. The only conclusion
cvy have thus far reached is that
wc is a man without a class."

?. ~Purdue-The faculty have made a'
Knwruling regarding thrropn of Illinolls-Students will not use the
studnts A sudet wo ha faledcanmpus for surveying purposes any-,
to pass in 12 hours is to be placed on I more.
f~y: Jk . !probation for the following two semes-
: tos. Ten i case he does not pjass IOberlin-~y Saturday morning, Ob-
he will':e'dopped.>rr", erhin had already reached a student
efecive immediately,.ha
ingdrvewhich opened last W ednes-
:{':?.'" :: V~nneota-Th secnd ll-nive- dy. hismoney hasbenpdgdy
t tistaTh scod llunve- students and alumni and is payable
F iyconvocation was addressed by rwti i er.rh is ulig
Glen Fankof the Century magazine, to use the funds will be a new recita-'
He spoke o "The Salvaging, of Civil- to aladawmnsgmaim
.~.........ization."
W isconsin-F ive men have been s P1RIU1-DEAE
fortheRhoesscholarship.
.....*... Fifteen menha madeaplctofo
;t~he honor.( HOUH EMS E
El1aRyanHairvard-Many students are at-'
Elsa, Ryantracted by the hopes of distinction. WESTERN UNION OFFICE AT IOTA{
Actress who appears in a new corn- This years' figures show a large in-! CITY HOLDS UP ALUMN
edy, "The Circus Lady" Saturday at cerase in applications over last year. RELPORTS ALSO
the Whitney.____
-KIen, cy-"Meow" 'is the cogno-! With the return of Hawley Tapping,
FIVE TIIOUSA Ni) ON GUARD men by which the new campus hum-,'16L, field secretary of the Alumni as-
IN MELBOURNE STIKIIE AREA' or magazine will be known. It will I sociation from Iowa City, the reason
make its first appearance this week. 'for the delay in getting football re -
Melbourne, Australia, Nov. 5.-Con- Tea-A ffrojteUnvrstcults for the grid-graph of the associ-
ditions ini Melbourne were normal to- feloias-tnofplaea ot-easnvetyation in IHill auditorium was ex-
day and the city authorities assert- plie.Reut oralaumigop
ed that thme situationgrwn ou was declined here. However, the two east of Chicago that had gathered to#
the police strike was satisfactory. teams have been matched for 1924. 'get the game returns were held ur

that wire was switched to the Alumni
association. This was done downtown
and the operators at the field were not
informed. As a consequence the wire
which should have been used for send-
ing out the returns to the alumni was
idle for some minutes.
Because of this the preliminary re-
ports that should have started in hill
auditorium about 2 :15 o'clock dlid not
start until game time, 3 o'clock.'
Alumni that had met at Detroit in the
Armory, Chicago in the Monadonack
Building, Grand Rapids at the Pant-
lind Hotel, at Akron 'and in 'several
other cities were held up.I

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In response to the governor's ap-
peal to all able-badied men of mili-
tary age* 5,000 special constables have
been anrollecl. The city courts have
convicted many persons of looting.
Rome, Nov. 5.-Alfonso of Spain willj
visit Victor of Italy Nov. 19. Alfonso
'will also call on the Pope.

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.ATr THE TRE'ATrERS
Soren--Today

Arcade-Agnes Ayers and Jack
Hlolt in "The Marriage Maker"
Majestic - Elinor Glyn's "Six
Days"
terth-"If Winter Comes"
Orpheum-"One Exciting Night"
Stage-This Week
Whitney-Saturday - Miss Elsa
Ryan in "The Circus Lady"

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Sure thing, Old Top !
Then why not eat.'em ---
here's your chance.
Pure Malted Milk Bars
contain no cane or beet sugar
Saffe for Athletes In Training
Right size for your pocket. ,Go
great at the game--at the show--on
hikes--at school or in your room.p
5- At All Dealers - 5e
Send a nickel for a sample.
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Makers of
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rough weather and chilly days.
Made of famous yellow water-
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th e l'Worlds, Mita n dar d
SHAVING.,BRUSH
w Monday, November 12, 8 P. M._ Extra Concert Series
SDetroit Symphony Orchestra
:YOSIP ICHIAEL -
- ARI-WTSH PRESS
CABRILO ITSCH ioliist .
w Conductor
-All Tschaikovsky ProgramM
Course Tickets-$2.00, $3.00, $4.0(}, $5 .00
Single ConcerIts--$a0, $1.00,_$1.50,_$2.00_ _
SSunday, November 18,4:15 P.M. Faculty Concert Series
I~UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Samuel P. LOCK WOOD, Conductor_
=. RACE JOHINSON ORIA
KONOLD LARTHARD
No 1Adrission oVioloncellist
No AdmissionCargt -Children under Twelve Years of age not ad.
nutted unless they' first obtain tielket at the School of Music
-Thursday, November 22, 8P. M. Choral Union Series
COST FAN TUTTE OPERA CO.
Direction WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW_
BRILLIANT HIEADED BY
- SOLOISTS IRENE WILLIAMS ~
SStaige Scenery and Beautiful Costumes
I _AFew Tiokets for Individual Concerts Available.____
Modyeebr4 8 P M. Extra Concert Series I
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
VICTOR Richard
I .KOL.AR CROOKS
Conducting 't'enor -
- Course icets-$.00,t, $3.00, $4,0, $5.00
5 Single Concerts-$.50, $1.00, $1.10, $2.00)
I Sunday, December 9, 4:14 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
CONCERT BY FACULTY
of the ITS i I RSITY SCHOOL OF MI SIC -
S No Atfinissin C( ,itrcei-Childlren undeir Twelve .jri of 'ienunt A. -

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