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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WDEDY FE UAY2"., l921~
HWHITNEY TH ATIt,.

AIRMAN PRAISED
SENATE BLOCKS FflLL AO, DARING TRY
FOR .VETERAN LOANSy
Filibuster Aned 4tAt tt.-ehed ThBils
Holds Ameudments Before Body-
Until Adjournment Time
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(By Associated P'rosy)
WASINGTON, Feb.' 22-Action (on.'. ..
the House hill to authorize the Veter-
an's Bureau to malke loans to veteran:
on their .adjusted( service certificates f> Y::;;;.::; :
was blocked last night in the Senate .....................**
by a filibuster. 0.
The filibuster was aimed not at the
bill but at two rider-s, one the oilier- .
-ec officers' retirement 1bi11 offered
by Senator Lawrenuce U r.fyson, D',n
focrat,'Tenn., and later withdrawn and ?::;:~
an amendment by Senator Sam G.
Bratton, Democrat, rNew M~exico,
which was accepted by the Senate by ......
a vote of 46 to 15.
The Bratton amendment would re-
peal that section of the Wt7orld War
'Veterans' Act rednuciA~g 1y one-halt at- : ...::,k.
te ext July $, 1 the $' compensation \
now authorizedI for the temporarily...........
disabled veterans receiving hospitalw~ ....... ln. ::"::::".....
ization.
The Tyson amendment was fiflbus- Voinnander de I inetlc, Italian air
tered by Senator Ili~am Bingham Re- main, hay; won- gret b ruise for leis dar
puablican, Connecticut, until five mmi- jug in attemp~tinig a flight fromt Sar-
ustes before the hour sot for adjourn- dii, Italy, to Buenos Aires, South
miet, wlien the Tpennessee senator I -t incriat, includIng a noi-stol 1, Im
hieeded the pleadings of a number of C ove114y;Aflaaic frntI'fi Iobtt, Por-,
pis coilleaghes and withdrew it. ti c Ginea in Africa to Port Nata1l,
Senator David A flood, Republican, Brazl.
Pennsylvania, then insisted that the
Bra tton amendment be withdrawn un- PLAIN MEMORIAL
derthratof death to the loan tss O
datonhrcp(t the Senate milled around FOjA ED P E
about that' until adjournment at 11
o'clock. - STRATFORD - ON - AVON, England,
__________- Fob, 22.--Shakespeare's birthplace has'
Dram . Casses Will recognized a proposed new monument
Give ew P oducton ,to the bard as the keynote for its townj
. F plannin ;.
J ast XW eekI ~arch -When the new Sh1akespeare Memo-1
rial theater i erected, many old build-
ings will be torn away to provide it
Annoui enwent has been made byi setting more in harmnony with the
David Owen, director of flay Produc-
tions of the forthcoming prduto ' eventeenith century association than
by that unit o'f Andreyev's "He Who ta hcisrone h 11tetr
Coets Slapped". Two performances willI destroyed by fire last spring. A new
be given the last week in March, but hotel, a low building in harmony with
-the exact dates have not as yet been the seventeenjth century theme, is pro-
set. Casting for the pieces has been go- Jected for the accommodation of the!
inig on the last few days andl it is ex- 'I annual tourist -crowd~, wh~i aapprYoxi-
l ecte 1 that final choices will be in- mts1006
pounced soon. Tryouts were held for Cass Gilbert, New York architect,
any one on the campus who was inter- will cooper ate i judging plans for the
e sted regardless of' any connection new theater, which will be submitted
with play production classes or with IIIconipetition. by British and Amarl-
other dramatic organizations.." Entire{ can draftsmen.
scenery for the play will be built by Danme Ellen 'T'erry, renowned for her
the classes, however, as will the cos- portrayals of neaVIV a'.1 of Shakes-
tumes. peare's heroines 'ii the Memorial
Mr. Owen also announced that he11 theater troop, is a >re ;.?ar guest of
had gained permission to produce the village every year a lt the bard's
"The Poor Nut," the successful coin- birthday festival, held in April and
edy which is now running. May.

Modernism And Futurism Feature
Ann Arbor Art Association Exhibit'
11oderuism a ,idlfurturism chase- Of the other exhibits from the fac-
toerize the Michigan Artists Eaxhibitioii ulty of the Architectural college, My-
given uxnder the auspices or the Ann rou B. Cliapin has two works of sim-
Arbor Art association in the west gal- filar- lypes, F. II. Aldrich has an "Old
:ery of Alumni Memorial hall whiich <a -mis Lun,' painting, H. R. Gamble
? .ene(l ye sterday with G0O fthe :W0d has a "Sleepy H~ollow"' oil identically
i oks of the annual exhibIit ion for effectire as to the title, and Mary 0.
EMichigan Artists held by the Scarab Johnmson has continued her work in
ctuba inl the Detroit Institute of Arts egrw-~ by presenting a p~ortrait of
'Au the month of J iuary. The ex- a "Texan Negro."
I ~S;)-tionf will continue until P hi rch 7, mO l noo n n's "Waterfalls" was
~ te fcrnonsfrm 2to o'lO(k.awarded thle Detroit Museum of Art
awardo'tteaabnexbtgoldh asFotunders society prize. It is (istinct-
awrdedthe cara c1 b g lnedal ly futuristic. Clarence Chong's por-
I-the h.44yi~st award in the IDetroit trait of Bertha Grubgr was awarded
exhiitin, ws W G. essr'sthe Frank C. Hecker prize, and in its
I '3pring;." The painting is a modern crudeneoss there is manifested a cer-
treatment of tile old master'ciffect. tansi delicacy.
1The golden-pess of its color conveys ilea turwksoth exb-
thie ancient technic of richness and Thnamteuetcwings of WaenxP.i
{mellowness.Lobran ife BShw Al
Leon A. Makielski, former ]head ombrn ifedB h l
thefre had dawng epatmetthree etchings hiave been displayed
j itha pi erioans exhibit andawarrant a
ha., a single exhibit-that of a por- l .peiw xii n arn
trait of Clar'a F. Makiciski, which is second( favorable criticism.
typically characteristic of the an- MDI.L a~caCnetna
thoi's execution. H-is brother, Bron- ARD-aRbdCovnea
isahas a painting of a "Coining Palos, where Columbus found sym-
Storm."j pathy with his belief that the earth

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Jean Paul Slusser, present head of! was round, is to be restored b y thre
the free hand drawing department,! Spanish government.
also has but a single work on ex-':- --
hibition-a piece of still life called An aviator was fined $25 and costa
"Petunias," of a cool, artistic perform- for flying too low over Garnett, Kan-I
once. f jeds.

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