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ghiout the
t him to
as in Chi- Lionel A4Yiies, '24
Who as "Suzanne," leadhaug "lady" in,
Anni Arbor "Cotton Stockings" which opens Mon-
few people{ day at the Whitney theater, has eight
time wereI complete changes of costume. Thisf
ly traJining male "grl" is expected to burlesque1
eMhandsot
lr1"her" part evenl better than last year.

Water Color Exhibit Shows
Vast Variety Of Technique
Water colors can be, used to suiti blotchy, and the trees, 'which domin-
such a variety of :techniques anid can1 ate in many of the paintings, tend to
produce such varied effects that a wa- spoil the general effect. To rthose
ter color exhibition can never fail to' who admnire'.Mr. Slusser's type of
interest, in some detail or other, any; technique however his portion :of the
taste. This is especially true of such; exhibition will be worth seeing.
an exhibition as is now being giveni The exhibition is, on the whole,
at Alumnni Memiorial hall, under the0: highly instructive and well worth sev-
auspices of the Ann Arbor Art asso- ea or fayn' ie h a
ciation, where a great variety of ar- riety of technique is so great and the
tists is presented. number of artists so large that no
It is truly surprising how many dlif-1 one can fail to find a number of pic-
ferent e~ffects can be given by water. tures of interest as well, as beauty.
colors. The bold sketchiness of Tau- T.H.D.
ra. Knight, the bl)liant mass effect of
Charles Sarka and the sub~tl~e chiaro- Tablet To Mlar
scuaro of Frank Johnsoni equally a-
dapt themselves to the water color Site Or '69 Elm
medium and many startling as well;___
as feautiful effects are gained. Pr The class of 1869 will place a bronze
ticularly surprisi~ng is the remarkable tablet in the floor of the new Liter-.
lighingin he wo pctues f Hnspry building directly over the spot
van, Ba nrtels. h w itrso asmt: where they planted the historic elm'
For variety the exbij .tion at Avn of their class. This plan has been ap-
ni Memorial hall is an interesting one, poe yPo.Jh hprspr
but wih fw ecepion, te pintngsvisor of building plans. He has sub-
cannot be said to be excellent. Most mritted drawings to the members of
of the pictures area lacking in some the class showing the spot where the
detail or other. The composition is; tree tood and they will select the
either poorly done, the colors injudic-, floor Wherein the tablet will be' seen
"iously chosen or the. general effect o the best advantage.
weak. Many of the things shown re-l Last fall when the excavation, for .
veal a commendable sympathy for the, the new building was begun it was-
betsubject portrayed but the hand and necessary to move the elm from int
'the eye have not truly served the feel- front of the south wing of the present1
ings of the artist. corne3r of the new building. It is
~Frank Joh~nson's "Mexican Smug- growing very well in its new location. 1'
gler"lis perhaps the most beautiful
+ painting in the exhibition. It is one.
of those rare water colors that cans AT'TIE TREA lTIES,
be equally appreciated from, a di$-i -
}tance as well as from closer view.;1
4The blues in which the picture is done' Scroen-Today
are wonderfully blended and the art-1 s
1st has made them "admirably serve Ii
his feeling for the scene. Another1
Svery interesting, and well' executed }jarcade-"Ponjola.'
picture is Laura Knight's "Davis Bon- I
fire at Lamorna". The technique of Majestic-Jackie Coogan in "Cir
this painting is bold and free, thej cus Days." 1
lighting is exceptionally 'Well done, '
and the people, especially their faces,' wuerth-owed wister's "The(i
are excellent studies in mood. Other, Virginian".
pictures worthy of note; are Waltei';1;
Ditz' dram atic "Light", Raymond Big- ( Orpheum--Milton Sills in "Le-
ot's bold "Parrot", John Carlson's ally Dead."
"Snowy Lane", and two paintings oft
1Adolph Munzer's, "The Enchanted1
i Prince" and "Titania". C Stage=-Tlis Week.
One wall is devoted to about twen-' i I
ty paintings by Jean~ Paul Slusser. I( Garri ckt (De;roit)--"Th~e Devil'sI
1Mr. Slusser is kn'own to many local CDls(Jijflfne", 'by the Theatr'e GuidI
people iwho will no doubt be inter-'I Repertry 0oirpani
eted~ in'the thigs hehas done. TheyI I
seem, 'on the whole, to be rather :1

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Fire breaking out in th,
fer ice house on the sou
the Huron river at 5:30
nighit completely destroyer
ing as well as over 1500
stored in it., The origin.
is unknown, but it is tl
tramps sleeping in the 91
fire to hay in the buildix
lessness with cigarette sti

E wlu~g La kor;,
Diwing La Forte, formerly assistant I
secretary of the united States treas-
uiry, is the latest prominent former
government employe to be implicated
in transactions of the United States
Veteran~s' bureau, now being probed by
the special senate committee. He, has
been denied th'i privilege of bing
subpoenaed-whiich would carry _part-I
ial immunity. He is charged with
questionable conduct in connection
with the leasing of the Excelsior
Springs Veterans' hospital site to the
government. -
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