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W' gi1 i'A,' MAIRCH 10, 192E

THE MICHIGAN DAILY .:~ ~R

II OHAION PRZELIBRARY SH OWS PASTEL EXHIBIT;
CO'ATONS"'1PIZ HANDICAPPED BY POOR LIGHTING
II f K! ~ [ Unfiortunaly ~ione of the most in- ar e inter esting for their list orical
W a EnA N iD iit tel cstinb dart exhibits that has been inj connections at least. The chief faulti
I Ann Arbor this year Is rendered in- ito be found with many of the draw-
Judl;+s Select Oceanl Scenie As 1)esign siggnficant by the extremely orlgt'igisheenalipsinofo-
To Adorni Ballroom iFor ybo ih-igsi h eea mpeso fsm
May Party jing conditions on the cases in the, cerness or dullness. Certain of his
. foyer of the Lilbrary. Thlis5 group of1 skies are unimpressive because of their
PRETO GIEN A~V RD59 pastels is the work of H. M. Kurtz- 1 sameness-a tan and blue mixture.
PREST N GIEN AW RD Iworth, formerly director of the Kan-_ "Braubach-on-theRhine" is a fanciful
sas City art institute, antl, at present,
'1.st prize for a decorative scheme d irector of 'the art exhibitions held
for ;tfe Architect's, May party, to~ be annulally at the Michigan State fair.,
held Alay 7 in. Bar bour gymnasium, Mr. Kurtzworth grew up in GrandE
wvasi1,warded to W. E. Preston, '26A, Rapids, and two of the pictures in this
by ommittee of judges chosen from exhibition are of Michigan landscapes..
the !'rchitectural faculty and the Ar- FHis drawings are being exhibited here
cliitctural Society, "through the courtesy of Prof. Emil 1
Tl0$ winning design, depicting a Lorchi of the Architectural college.
scenpi' on the ocean bottom in which There are two main groups of the THII
the 1 decorative effect of sea plants pastels classed according to their
an )ia~imals, in their brilliant color- geographical locations. The earlier of f
ing4' blends with the predominant these in the result of a trip to Europej
blu4# Around the entire wall will be and the other of two *Western tours.
a s~ecially painted marine scene, doneI The European sketches are in general
by ~e students on the committees, more conventional in. their treatment.
shointg deep sea life. About six feet J All of the drawings are impressionis-
in to hstetia gauze will tic in their coloring, but the Western j-drv
be 466sely hung with a special hid- landscapes are impressionistic in
den Sighting effect to make the scene manner as well. "London Bridge" is Eight
apexmore' realistic. The entire 'I the most engaging of the European for wc
coilf ib will be covered with fireproof1 scenes with its purplish-blue night sales ti
crel~ipaper which has been approved effect. The artist has rare ability in
by t building and grounds depart-- producing pleasing evening landi- leads e
mnex4paper being prohibited for deco- scapes. Another foreign picture wor- I}cri
rativ i uses in University buildings.. thy 'of note is that of the Parliament
The- (Jcorations' committee headed by buildings by the side of the Thames.
13. 'Wyatt, '26A, is composed of G. . "Chester-on-thie-Dee" and "Stratford"
T. f~i iey, '26A, and the winner of theCAL
cone , W. E. Preston, '26A. 1________Sales______Phone___
T imusic for the party is being se-, DETROIT THEATRES
lect , from a group of popular~ and THIS WEE
wide known orchestras, according to
C. A ° irrine '20A, general chairman,
icqJng Ishani Jone's, Coon-Sander's ' Eves. - 50c to $2.50
Nig t } Hawks, Don Bestor's and Ted IG AR R 10C1% Wed. Mat. 50c to;$1.50
Wee ils. The orchestra chosen will TeSao' lS esati on$.0
be aifounced at a later date. ThjesnsPa esto
Taw", attemp~t is being madeO to re-D__ 1o h r
stri~the sale of tickets to the point D ancingot er
wvhere ,no public sale will be made as WihMr -ougadJhnHlia
the committee wishes to make this an With Mary Young,0,and John Halliday,/
arcs itect's party, rather than a pub~lic Baayus Nights 75e to $-0
dan e. The Architectural Society will Bosll PayhuseMats.Tucs.,Thur.
be lilased, however, to receive appli- Woodward at eiota Tel. Glendale 9792
cati~Ps for tickets from individuals SECOND AND LAST WEEK Y oiu r 7
or Organizations which it will con-,T e]O S E L C,
sided' later. This will insure the right ' In Geo, N. iCoban's Comedy-Dramna
atte~tion'to individual needs. Tickets ThtOST L ECO ir b
WillI'.,e priced at $5.50. "THE SONG AND DANCE 'MAN" ro b
1 Slcial acts are being arrange dbyL1IfuA ayeeathiq
the cbmmittee to take place at various aCnubOHa Night, aito $3 50
Intevals during the evening. Sat.Mat. 50c. $2.50 Au
SPop.Thurs.Mat. 50c to $2.00, pluis tax. Cad. 8705
WtASHINGTN.-Senate considera- ARCH SELWYN Presents C n e sl
tioni of the Italian debt settlement 'CHARL'OTS REVUE Can ea il
MarF1h 16, is the plan of Chairman OF 1926 dropping in 1
Reed! Smoot, of the finance commit -Wit akBcnn.BtreLiieGtud
tee. Lawrence a nd 4as Rrilliaint English fCompany_

sketch of one of the old castles for
which this region is famous.
The New Mexican sketches were
done for the most part while the ar-
tist was riding along on the tramn, and'
it is surprising how well he interpre-
ted the spirit of the region consider-
ing this fact. One Western- picture
which stands out from the others is

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other mountain sketch is that entitled i cure delicate tones with this 'medium
"Isleta" which, rivals the aforemen-! never equalled by oil. Mr. Kurtz-
tioned picture with its impressive'i worth has a few flat sketches in tha
beauty. Many of the other American 1group, but many of them reach the
landscapes, unfortunately remind one' heights of artistic merit.
of lithographic prints so common in! R. T. H.
farmhouse parlors. i
Pastel is an unstable medium, forI
its life is limited to a comparatively Read the W~ant Ads,
short period, yet it is possible to se-

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the river 'channel, extiuguished all
lights and forbidden pilots to fuuc-
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coming from behind it. The feeling of
expanse in the plain and majesty of
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