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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Prf. ]"f. I~ Hil ,' )llWS, .:1 the ff SO'1 l2y
"it, nw tat:~ out-r arhota+ ypao
tions, built around h prcii
,sh oi l ewith tem1 all at one ro . Jut d
1-here1' ought to be a gradu1l 'g ig Y32' 21~ePt
toge1ther',' 'P).swo t"x
Professor holmes themind u i )7e. WuVro:lstL
th a£It th e r1e s e t t 11 111~n i ' lr ~l n i 1 .i' lu C Ii7 ((' ts t w o 'vil h l p i n tv ;,,tt r o7 1 1 Il
those foreigners, who ateilth as 1e~Z(5t e
chial 01001. S'D1e to tle( p vlst ii Ohli - K41;roma.
gr 1atizon policy we have all ;curia4 of

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9 ° °Consequently, the exhibit will be open
Vienn se il r bto the. public this afternoon from 2 to
ri , rs Na -v 5o'clock :and this evening from 7 to'
0 W orks D rawsL rge ', ' .1 ,'t :<30 oclock and tomorrow at the
r 'sawe hours.
-4,'mrge It endaun e by stude ntsof the Mcnmorial 1hall is 0Cr d.. ' 7ith N ThE "5,0" £,r1
University, school children fromn the ceptional pictur'es dauc'by Theriirc
public Schools of the city, and towns- pears children., 4
people mlarlked the opening of the Due to t.;)il(i~t.lu 2~W N E
Viennese children's art exhibit in the jOpen-ing (1:,teAm hr~ t4 1 vs-'at' tnrho
west gallery of Alumni "Menorial blullsociatwf cswsn mufort: 10
yesterday.the exhibit to Sty-C) nil doe.~ ~ d..k~H(1J
iDr. Jobn Kellsir, director of the ex-
hib it, and 1iX Is s N r I h, Ii i s ci cian, ae sb.rr ..... lm rr 'e wxrca "t"rna fea~aec

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are in chzargc. Rt consist s of1 ietuires
painted by children in Professor
Cizet's schol in Vienne, Austria, aind
was, broutt11to the tTnited States
undlerthe a;,ilesof the Rockefeller
Foundati on. We )t gallery of alumni

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people," lie said, ''and tim ar 1'' 1e I
( le that 'soo"' to 11upply' the 3Eru -
h11;a. s choo)ls.
11,1!rt hermore conI)' potiin ill (l1
lines is so keenl nowa1f(iay thla-t t1''
-1h 10 1) ot ave the b est. ei aalc
Vlat is ,.'i',r (lI by the pulblic s'oi
will continue their studies in the nu:sh os. I e e alt e pt o hL-
chools are not below the stm.nd eri of
the pub)lic schools, but I have, found,'
many cass here CAthobesule
enteingt! ighI school werehl'1h
their 'wor.
"Th~le Point is,'' P'clressP 11 o). l n
continued. "that it the ainn d
and1 Wtaonism would be iaesl
I especially dil ike Ithe i(dca cf ,1,
nless. We must stres=. the 71oi.t c,
tgradua L1:1g etting-togetlicr' in z)il hon,o
geneons, group."
Pro fesor° Holmes, then xven'7t wj to
say that the -contention. that thbe 1tax-I
p' 71yer wou1l have an addtedl horldvi
]:, lnot such1 atiP it)orta ."t matIer j
we had ti o -,: -nage te f< r.1MI',i . I amli
rure' that would lot lie so (1 'i 11.71!
Proc essor H ohues.F 'was ao iha u t
his ollin(ff on the suplcmftarv
at C'll ml SChool, ., n ( fN .np ih tfi(> . ?o
wihich is the ono rec(ntly t [tv d
sa ilthat i t1- tea (;~cl'f"g g '1)1^,l(,iOw h 1 c i 1''1
work out successfully.
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Fire broke ot ii tl-eC+ 1of 1I S
Allenel hotel earlyvsira~aK 1ak#
noon, but was ext ingus hed V'rt ' r 1:1
any serb l'i s lanage-we; don. \\'wnto
first noti ,c'd, clotc'lof:'c cata .-
suing from 1the cumdlo rutt 1 .1 lop'- f-T a 1' '\4
the busilding . 1Ahook .~t amid h itae~('
two regila'r engines wvere o e lc
th oe.Hlswv nroof and it was found, that tht .r f31
p, Lrt of the building tilled .it i i «e - -B T A D '
;sa mass of flames. 4 - At_44 d. Jte
(,hemieals were carrn-!isI!-btv'vi
hose" and" with, little - (hfhonlty sr 1N~
h=ad the fire -under control. A1 w
-hosse line xwas run up staird u t ..:- -.
Duo sto the fact that waterws not
u1Sed the damage was slighl;t tt 'teaand 1K -£:C'- you,'u 1 1
hotel guests" were not disturix - T' i1 P DlC ,hp' ! M~t.-
cause of th( fire is not kn o ;n. I-"

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