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rAGE TWELVM

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ATT'I'M : , 'MAY S, 102;

PAGT~ TWELVE -~. THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATI RDAY, MAY S. 1~2~

ARCHITECTS NAME
PARTY GUEST LISTi
G overnor, President, I)canis of C(olleges
and Members of F'aculty
I ncluded
MANY NOTABLESATTEN D
Following is the list of guests at
the Architects' May party:
Gov. Alex. J. Groesbeck, President
Clarence Cook Little and Mrs. Little,
Dean M'ortimer E. Cooley and Mrs.
Cooley, Dean Joseph A.' Bursicy and
Mrs. Bursley, Dean Alfred H. Lloyd
and Mrs. Llpyd, Dean John R. Effinger
and Mrs. Effinger, Dean Jean Hamil-
ton, Capt. Geo. W. Dunn and Mrs.
Dunn, Mrs. Marion L. Burtoti.
The guests from the faculty of the
College of Architecture: Prof. Emil
Lorch and Mrs. Lorch, Prof. A. J.
Rousseau and Mrs. Rousseau, Prof.
Ernest Wilby and Mrs. Wilby, Mr.
Wells I. Bennett and Mrs. Bennett,
Prof. George M. McConkey and Mrs.
McConkey, Mr. Raymond Mathews
and Mrs. Mathew, Mr. F. C. Odell and
Mrs. Odell, Mr. Walter Marshall and
Mrs. Marshall, Mr. William C. Tit-~
comb, Prof. Samuel V. Chamberlain
and Mrs. Chamberlain, Dr. Francis
Onderdonk and Mrs. OAderdonk, Mr.
Myron Chapin and Mrs. Chapin, Mr.
Leon Makielski -and Mrs. Makielski,
Mr. Jean Paul Slusser, Miss Amy G.
Scott, Miss Vivian Baker, Mr. Herbert
Fowler and Mrs.Fowler.
Camilla G. Green, Mrs. Mary 0.
Johnson, Prof. Henry C. Anderson,
Prof Daniel L. Rich and Mrs. Rich,
Prof. Ferdinand N. Menefee and Mrs.
Menefee, Prof. Walter F. Hunt and
Mrs. Hunt, Prof. Aubrey Tealdi and
Mrs. Tealdi, Prof. Bruce M. Donald-
son, Mr. Carlton W. Angell and Mrs.
Angell, Mr. Ward A. Davenport, Mr.
Paul Buckley, Mr. Glenn Hersmann
and Mrs. Hersmann, Dr. John Sund-
wall and Mrs. Sundwall, Mrs. Amy'
S. Hobart, Dr. Margaret Bell, Mr.
James P. Seiberling and Mrs. Seiber-
ling, Mr. Fred Aldrich and Mrs.
Aldrich, Mr. Donal H. Haines.
Mr. E. Mortimer Shuter, Mr. Roy
H{oyer, Mr. Jesse Lynch Williams,
Mr. W. T. Furney and Mrs. Furney,
Prof. R. J. Carney, Mr. Frank Scott
Clark, Mr. I. K. Pond, Mr. Cass Gil- '
bert, Mr.' George Booth and Mrs.!
Boo0th, Mr. Claire W. Ditchy and Mrs. 1
Ditchy, Mr. D. H-. Williams and Mrs.1
Williams, Prof. Eliel Saarinen and

General Chairman

ouches M atch TQ Crepe Paper,
But Decorations Fail To Burnie
laisufli T'hurS~y aura Cooly aplier a niented thus, This certainly is someo t e's Dy - Tm or
light mat lt(tat the architects used to give and thej
1(11 ations. NGIlijig happ~ened. TI original May party has developed quite fr
Iurned to the 1011,;e group of arc~hite'cts!a it from the simple decorat ions in las.t
1stanml ig~ behind him ."Lt's (I. 1' bos. thle Cnion to this cli brate deep sea W e will 1'TE LEGRKAP' your ls
'She's al)soiutely fire proof. ;settang. The party in 1919 was spon- l t ,
I; a .C.Pro,12,spr- sored hy a small group of uppercass-, !u m nute order for you. Jus call
i tnt ofate. Par'dou ndgr undeIinen headed by H. S. Booth, '22A,an
i cueto tebidigadgrud ober t. Swanson, '22A. It was the
dep-lrt racut, testing the fire proof fisba at ongb htnm
quality of the decorations. "You said lnit Mayspartyding byUthat natin~
I ul you xmtu spray Ithe rest of 41 iitihasellinteUio.i
when they got thirough they were
semni-fircproof material with fireproof- smtn lk $0)rnth olH
piug soliaRion which will make eveyiy had to make up from their own 11x m
t hing all right. This shows us that a; okt. 1eW 1eoae a a wralyfrpof
and fr'omunowv on every party held oniSt eat il i-y ho l 6 3
the campus will also have to be" For every article mr sale, there is Saea iet

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Chester A. Sirritie, 126A
General chairman of the 1926
nual Architects' May party.

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JUNIOR AR1CHITECT DRHJiS
DESIGN FOR FRONT PAE.
Percy Owen iDanforth, '27A, astu-
dent of Samuel Chamberlain, who is
one of the foremost etchers and pencil
sketchers of today, made the dlesign
for the front page of this section.
Mr. Chamberlain said of the finished'
drawing, "It is to be commended for
its careful composition and excellence
of detail."
Danforth traveled through the West
Indies and Prance studying art be-
fore coming to the University to re-
ceive training in architecture. His
training this year las been mainly
under Mr. Chamberlain, who has been
teaching him the technique of pencil
work. At present time, D~anforth is .
working on a huge mural painting for
one of the fraternities on the campus.
It is the first work of that kind which
has been (done onl the campus in the;
last five years.
Mrs. Saarinen, Messrs Smith, Hinch-
man and Grylles, Mr. C. ld. Whitaker,
Mr. D. Everett Waid, Mess rs. Yotk fl
Sawyer, Mr. Robert (Craik McLearn,
Colonel W. A. Starret, Mr. A. L.1
Hunting;ton and Mrs. Huinting;ton.

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