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PACE TWO-

THP MTC'NT('.AN t)ATT Y

TUESDAY. MARCH 16. 19216

T1i il' MTYV l CAM.1- 1 f{LAT a- ,I t4 'A9 *TTIhSbV tAPlTTie 1id

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ETCHING AND LITHOGRAPHIC WORKS OF
AR TIS TS ON EXHIBIT IN MEMORIAL HALL

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Roth, Mrs. Grace Rhodes D~eani,
And J. Ernest Dean
OPEN UNTIL MARCH 31

to no0tice ini study of the pict ures W
growth of an artiest from a wo11(erfil
draftsman. Maniiy of his ]pictures are
d iated 1 T909' and, although they are very
good,: they are overbuirdened _with
multiplicity of lines and~ useless dle-
tail while those wvhich lie has done.

w«or-ked into each other, giviing a some-
what softened effect. Rt is unfortu--
nate that these picture had to be hung
on one wall foi- they impress the 01)-
server with a sense of monotony; they
are nearly of a size, hung closely to-
gether, withr blue, green and yellow
p~redlominating in, eath.

An exhibition of a few water colors ICitya' opri~eyy

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and grat anyetchngsandlito- leaC Details and lines are left out-un, ! All of her work especially the
a n d~~~~n asge a tta yiec h i g s a n doit o -
graphs which one might say came li mrsio nli stht whichl work is wvell grounde d i n a firmn earlyi
from the hands of masters, is now be- m iarks the real artist.training. The drawing is strong anal
ing shown in the west gallery ofx Mrs, Dean's eachings are none thze sure. One of her charcoals fr'ont the
Alumni Mmralhl.They rpre- less;'interesting b lcmp iso u h xeir facuc hw h hv
sent theM work Me of ErneJ. rRoth, has. Chosen ;to bring out hei, .effects ;eringiopopulaice iistruggling5against ta
grace Rhodes Dean and her husbandorebynneteplentul use of ink or snow blizzard to ,gain the high arched
J. Ernest Dean. All three of these coliedinsta by careful.(ira ughts-; docrw ay-i t is filled with action and
persons are well known in art circlesnanship which, givep her pictures a a, strong imaginative appeal noticeablei
having received many prizes andI hon softei 'alpearance._ Both she and her throughout all of her work.
Orable mentions for their work in this ; huspand have spent the greater part , i, with her, work are a few, etch-
country. of, their lives abroad, studying iii many- in gs and lithographs doine by her hus-
Mr. Roth, of German parentage. liv- 'of the European art centers, and, bring.:band,.,l, Ernest Dean,,who: works. prin-
Jug in New York4, received practically back a great, many sceneis from, their; cipally in oils and is better known as
all, of his art education in, this cour~tr 1ips, through the continent. Most U i a portrait and landscape painter.
try in the National Academy of Der- their lithographs, were made in Gor-.This artistic couple are now resid-
sigh in New York and later under, iwan' where the couple spent much j Wg in Toledo where both: are teach-
James D. Smillie who is one of the ;of their. time studying under German! ing extensively, .Mrs. Dean having
best known and most successful teach- naster s. taught in the Cleveland School of Artj
ers of etching we have. lfrs.IDean's water colors ar~e indeed and; the Toledo Museum School of Da-
Although trained here, he has spent j wellI handled in a loose andl free manl- sign..
a great deal of time abroad and brings{ ner mnuch after, the manner of an old- Th111 exhibit will be open each after-
to Ann Arbor many quaint, and ro- <ei siliool. The subjects are interest- y noon until March 31.
mantic scenes from the Mediterranean i mgly, handled; with: the colors well' -E. i. G.

FELLOW COLLEGE MAN
D~oes vo'.ir retlirn to college delpend on your su mmer's earnings?
Then you cant hardly a fford to chase rainbows. You will want
something that has st abilityv behind it.
\Vc can show you how to earn at least $m40 weekly du ring vacation.
Alyron X\V. Bachne?'W. E,.'Taylor
4415 South Fiftii Ave. 91:: Hast Huron St..
Phone 7574 Phone 9207
AlI. 1. Shadley W. Glenn Donaldson
806 Sybil St;. 14083\Washte law St.
Pholl' 8565 Phone 6717
VALVLINEANDVEEDOIL OILS
W.olvearine Gasoline-
SERHTICE VITH A SMITE
BIRD BR

Dude Ranch

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Vacationis

Corner lWasliington & Division Streets
Also Headquarters for Used Cars.
Bought Sold-Exchianged'

P'honie 21120

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First -- read all about dude ranch life in the
American Rockies.
Then - choose your own ranch, camp or
mountain lode from a new directory of all suck
vacation resorts in the Northern Pacific Rocky
Mountain region.
Rates, pictures and full information ! This
is the only book of its kind published. It
contains valuable maps of the national

countries, depicting quaint, little nooks
and out-of-thee-way places as well as
some of the famous scenes the ordi-
nary traveler sees.
His draftsmanship appears almost.l
flawless even to a practiced .eye, is
is pure etch'ing; the reproductionis
show every line, there is no running.
together or smearing of lines. His}
delicacy is pleasing. It is' interesting

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LIORK SERlIES'

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As the sixth speaker on the Life .
Work series of talks arranged by the
vocational counsel committee of the
Student Christian. associationi Dean
Edmund E. Day, of the School of
Business Administration, will speak
on "Collegiate Preparation for Busi-
ness" at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow in Na-
tural Science auditorium. .Dean D ay
will discuss the value, of a. college,
education in the business world and
will outline certain general principles
to be' 'observed in preparing the un-
dergraduate courses of study... I
This lecture is one of the ;series de-
'signed to furnish definite information
regarding the various professions: in
the form of addresses by men promin-
ent in the various professions.. Sev-'
eral weeks ago Dean Hugh Cabot, of~
the Medical school, gave a talk on*
mnedicine and on March 30,. Gordon k
Kingsbury, advertising manager of the
Kelvinator company of Detroit, willj
give a talk on "Advertising As a Life'
Work."

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Ann. Arbor, Michi.
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Ann Arbor, on
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Thursday, March 15, 16, 17, 18
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A PAIR
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AT THE THEA TERS
Today-Screen
Arcade -, "Lady Windermere 's
Fan," with Ronald Colman.
Majestic-"The Blackbird," with
Lon Chaney.
Wuerth-"The Vanishing .Amer-
ican," with Richard Dix.
Today--Stag e
Garrick (Detroit) - "Dancing.
Mothers," with Mary and lJohn
Halliday.
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"Why Not?"
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Charlot's Revue."
New Detroit (Detroit)-"Geoffge
White's Scandals."

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tion. And. it's so wholesome for little
folk--made exclusively of sweet cream,
cane sugar,' whole milk, natural flavorings,
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