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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SI'NDAY, NOVEMBER II114, 1922

OP~l flT Iagain included in those represented,
111111 fl$ i as well as several who are exhibiting
~One ofItII features of the exhibit
-Tis the portrait work by Leon S. Mk
S-I'LON01 leYiski, instructor i painting and
IS S~ L O DISLAYdrawing, who though absent on leave
Wotk 61"Loeai Artists Features First the display with several portraits, in-
Of Six Exhilbits Planned By eluding paintings of Prof. H. S. Mal-
At Association :logy of the rhetoric department,. Mrs..
Carl D. Camp, and Dean Mortimer S.
END NOVEMBER 2 1 ; Cooley. of the Colleges of Engineering
and Architecture.
Work of local artists, both amateur Some of the most striking work
and professlonal, is the feature--of the of the display is, the negro portraits
first of the annual series of art ex-, by Mirs. Oaki~ley C. Johnson, instructor
hbibtt held under the auspices of the in fine arts. All of her work is done
Ann~ Arbor Art asosciation, which is1 in oll. The only sculpture of the e'x-
still on display in Alunin Memorial hibit is that contributed by Carleton
hail. Many artists who ar~e ell- WV. Aii-ell of the University Museum,.
knowni for their work locally are and among the work of particular in-

torest in this display aretHe wall Ein pain"I'ing is=again r rt e: elated, as
decorations for~ the new Museurn is Fred II. Aldrich Jr., instructor iin
building. drawing and l ainting, who has con -
Mlarie Rominger is represented by tribuitedl severlal pastel :scenes. 11. IR.
several coats of arms worked out in ' Ginlble,- C. 0. :D nforllh, and C. H.'
relief, and Myron B. Chapin, instruc- arnun,,all instructor's ii the t'i-
tor in architecture, and Jean Paul versity, hav~e contibute'd a nunner o,
Slusser, instructor in drawving and sketches of1 i)Pces al, oad, to the dlis-
paintin g, have contributed batiks to play.
the display. A I eliel design for, Ann A :)or',s Is-
A magazine cover design by Harold land pariz, made by the Landscape dle-

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C. Young and several similar works sign class, is also iiicilutd in the ex- !ihe o xli>it r is the0 Wat P heill en
byMs f .Fwecnttt h iiin ~rl o oa isextent of the cover designs in the ex-j Besides the work of the professional ' of the s XWhlich 1O r a nlj
hibit. H. A. Fowler, instructor inI artists there are a number of pieCC plans to have tln- e .A1o
architecture, is also represented byl included that have beenc-nmitriibute~u oR hers will beh,~ e rn u 5
Several illustrations., by amaters,. Two fore lIn 4tudeitI , and the presei (i jay wrel ]
Vaughn Slocum , instructor in archi- Nelson Cha ig, grad, of China all,,'every afternoon frm iiifLet r , i te . or h s vi o a d Ife W l ano.Lot e,'mi, o O e b r ,orl c c N v
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NTEVER has beautiful Norma Shearer had a
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the life of a vaudeville song-and-dance girlie.
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the popular star gives an altogether brilliant, lovable
portrayal. She takes you "back-stage" to a new
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