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THE MICHIGAN DAILY''

'Works By Keller
News From Other Colleges !Anhuffy TorrBeI
(Contiluu&d trcamPage One)
University of Colora~t.-- E+.ager to 'delay in tlho receipt of tickets, the1 Perhaps~z no less notable is the work t
attend the Colorado-Utah game at -Ace of seats for the Michigan game l ~l*Y~ ~lr h a )~lvr
Salt Lpike- City recently a commimttee; Nov. 14 has been postponed until flvr byreceived lby art critics all
of students from this university at- 'aturday, Nov. 7. IBecause of the rn- over the country. Of his work there
tempted to charter a box car for the usually heavy demand, not more than !will)be1 - oils rnd ;0) water colors
trip. o;1± ticket can bie supslied tV a nyone l reS(fC
They expresed their willingness student, of which nractie ally alaesae
to the general agent of the railroadl alonil the Medierraneant. Many of
< his pieturgs were painted under 'the
to ship as live stock, miules, cowsV,; V~n'versity of Oklahoma-Pre.. W nfun.; Sans mser hihi
jackasses, or anything else the agent l". Ilizzell last we ek anniiouncedu that ril'feF ts2 ii."Wht illis oil painlt-
might wish to label them). This a four- year-(course0 leading to the do- -I1ttlr bn#
worthy, however, was i asislent that.:,roe of bace(lor'iof scleltce ill IIIb1C m gs. A "t',rhb]eill bot r
interstate commerce Ia ws forbade'IIr !] ities a dil; ist ration, will be of-;el. isIL e aa dreonto
In 1;a Ii is z lty, ( 'iovia a ;d, before cx-
the chartering of a car for any group fered at theo university for the first,____________
of passengers unless the luridl the per It one n,, xt fall. The course will bec-
capita charge provided by railroad o ffered in the dchool of busi-ness and ing sides. lA (5-~inhlbtC representing
tariffs. will trpa'c- odie managerial adbs-1h ulc1 iiIi-((IOaii5(
ness uiases f thesubject to lth, c x- the stateclie, ;ud euivriyt
Oregon Agricultural College.---Mlany clu ,ic of the technical and on,-inlecr- orgalhizce ibe course.
colored pajamas were the SensisIon ;-
at the homecoming celebrations at i
Oregon Agriculural college. A -
jama parade in which bohnet i lU ld -li I"0 , -l
'women participated was the fe Lture T A E I ~ fL A E
University of Illinois; Two rifle Get a New Wlatch. for Your

THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~STNDY O ME,12

hibiting in New York city. This i a more careful, almost classical, man-, Keller is not an intellectualist nor a iing 'throug;h Nov. "1., thewest gallery
speaks very wvell for his work as: ner are especially lovly oem~- theorist. IHe gives the appearance of of Alum,,i Memorialil will be OPJw ol
western artists, }ai~~~~~~~~~nting direcl rmntr atcfo rld. ,n
westrn rtitslike singers, feel that ! biaues a careful a;rrang;ement of fruit"P~ cl rmntrpriAfo 81t 'lc uigw,
ularly in his water colors." (lays an rom 2to ) o'clock on
press notices frm New York are es-. and slowers wvith a c hariniutIly accm- lBeginning tomorirow and contirun- Sundays.

sential before one can hole to attain!- dental background1."
success in the West. "The artist is thoroughly tralined
New York critics have this to say and convincing. There is a grcat (:eal
for him: !of clear observation ini his wxoik and
"Mr. Keller's still lifes, painted in Ian entire absence of affecition. Mr.
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