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FAGE TWO 1

TI-FMIT-ITGAN DATLY

FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 192t

MI[CHIGA9N ART IS I
SHOWN IN BERLINi
AreJhit ts' Work Is Sole DisplIay Of
Amierican Universities In !
Academy O~f Arts
PROF. LORCH PRAISED
Work done by the students of1 lwI
architectural college coimp1risedl the
sole display from American universi-
ties in an exhibition of modern Amer-
can architecture held in Berlin1 in
January under the auspices of 1h'
Academy of Arts. An entire gallery
was devoted to the material sent fronm
this University and a catalogue re-
ceived recently by Prof. Emil Lorch,
of the architectural college, says of
the exhibit:
"In; the United States, architecture
is taught in the universities essential -
ly as a separate professional field.
There are also a' number of purely
technical higher institutions of learn-
ing, which occasionally are resorted
to by architects-among them the gen-
erally .respected Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology in Boston is pre-
ferred by very many architects. Still,
universities take by far the greater
share. Columbia university in New
York and the University of Pennsyl-
vania in Philadelphia have the no:;
extensive departments.

"Tetendency of these university hil ion nincludet; only drawings of Stu- '-everal other memblers of the new Un-
depar tments is almost exclusively; dents fo an the year 1924. Age oi the ion orchestra, the Rhythm Kings, will ! EiASURE:1ENTLS FIl DOWNG01S
purely academic. The knowledge ofl student. s, 18-19 ye ars." play in the main dining room instead -NOWV BEIN%\T AKE N AT i JOE'S
the 'historical styles' and sure, exact' of the tai)-room bet ween 5:30 and 6:30
draftng aUnipojecing n thee stles 7,,,.,! o'clock Sunday evenings. The change All senior men may now be
stand in the foreground. ; ,~will be made on account of 1the con- measured for gowns at I4loe's1'
"The department at: the University i w ill OPen Earlier gentian in the tap-room during this Sporlt shog, North University
ofMcia, udrtelaesi fhour Sundays. avenue.. All orders must b~e
, < placed by M~arch 20.;.
Emil Lorch, has taken a dlistinlctly' In order to meet the large nu mber ' Taawl o _______________________________
modIern direction. Two years agToi LONDON.- Gr'eat___Britain_______will__________________
igave a professorship to Eliel Saarinen. of requests from students whlo sislh participate in the Philadelphia sesqui-; YR3T e e33331thr3odrnmide1istucor a~ItoatenIte1ovesaferdiin aIcntnnalexostin31II3'o lar
1work there. Act ual mnodeling is dlone 'the Union Sunday evenings, tihe man- ited time and naational economly. Io o rG r
tin this dIepartment. The Unvrity agement has dlecidedl to open the main nv F rYrr
modls or uiling anl pojets or o'loc beinnng extSti~da. 1oiglas 1Fairbanks, h .lttr Mary F in n X o
monuments. ThPlese were not suitable It was also announced at the I'll- ickford of film fame, left yesterdayOu
for transportation. [fence, the exhi- ion yesterday that Ronic Kenyon and for :New York. ___Ir
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it's home cooked
at
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$1<00it Per Plate P~honie 63
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women is to carry an extensive line.
This we have in stock right now. Papers
suitable for every room in the house from
the inexpensive kitchen patterns at 8c* per,
roll to the rich, artistic tapestries, im-
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to $2.00 per roll. We have a complete
line of 1926 patterns which are sure to
please even the most fastidious.

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Arcade----"Sa of the Sawdust,"'
with I. C. Fields and Carol
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Majestic - "The Beautiful
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Wuerth- "The Prairie Wife,'
with Dorothy D~evore.
Today--StagO
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Kitty Kelly."
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Song and Dance Man.",
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Greenwich Village Follies."
New Detroit (Detroit)- "The
Show-Off," with Louis John
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