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May 07, 1927 - Image 11

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-05-07

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~inA~l
INVITED~

'OflfINh) IU tflltfl
Architectural students of the Uni-
voircity of Mlichigan wvill be represent-
; ed by illustrations of their wrt:in an
exhibition of architectural drawings
to be shown in the Corc~oran Art Gal-'
lery, Washington, ID. C., during the
convention of the American Institute
of Architects next week~.
The wrork comprises arch~itectural
design, construction, free hand draw-
ing, and] water color painting.
ILLtL-tIATOk iiHAS
EXH BITIO N #-E

other's*

Sunday, .N

is 'a, lint of

guests
to the
arty:

who,
16th
Gov.
ident
jttle,

Wear AC

Shir
Benl
chet
Mrs,
and
and
and
and

kr' E. Cooley and Mrs.;
Joseph A. Bursley and
Dean Alfred U-. Lloyd
Yd, Dean George W. Pat-
r-. Patterson, Secretary
'an'I(I' Is. Smith, Regent
,ndlhet' and Mrs. Han-
,Lucius Hubbard and
1Regent Walter Sawyer,
yer Regent Victor Gore
re, .Regent Ralph Stone!
oe, Regent Junius Beal
1, Regnt William Clem-
Clemnents, and RegentI
Hon. Charles E. Sink.
the faculty of the archi-
ve are: Prof. Emil Lorch,
h, Prof. A. J. Rousseau
seau, Pro4 Earnest Wilbyl
y, Prof. Welles Bennett
nnett, Prof. G. ILMc-
irs. McConkey,. Mr. and
'ell, Mr. and, Mrs. Walter
Franciis Onderdonk and
ik, Mr. and4 JMrs. Myron
.,<1 RT-... 7 --. T .1>,1n l

--Photo by Speddi;ng
Ge71eral (C0nm1lttee For Architects' May P arty
TIhis grow) is making the arras gemenits for' the architects' 16th annual fancy costume ball. Top row, left to
right: IXenneth, Michel, '27; Ross T. Bittinger, Spec.; Stanley C. Podlbielniak, '28; Ronald K. Sholz, '27, and Otto
F. Wenzler, '28. Middle row, Herbert P. Watts, '27; Dole F. Thompson, '27 A; Phillip West, '27; Irussell Radford,
'27; Harold Philpott, Spec.; and Earl Meyer, '27. Bottom Row: left to righ t. Alves O'Keffe,.'27; Willard Wendt,
'28; William Preston, '27, (general chairman'; Walter Thulin, '27; and Louis Jordan, '28.
Those absent when the picture was taken are Percy 0. Danforth, '27A; Edward D. Rich, Jr., '27A, James
E. ells, '28A, and Samg Wetzel, '28A.

-- FROYM --

Prof. Emil Lorch, head of the Col-b,
lege of Architecture, A~nounces a
exhibition of 12 pencil an water col-j
or sketches by Otto F. Langmjann,
which is now being shown in the i
corridor case of the, College of Arch-'
tecture, WVest Engineering building..
I Mr. Langmann is a New York archi-''
tect, and is also a well~known illus-!
trator of architectural subjects. He klu rfsa ihuusa
artistic feeling, according to instruc-{.
tors in architectural school.
{More than a mile and a halt f o

FLOWERI

9Nickels Arcade

I

to

5 r

and Mirs. Frayer,. Prof. William H Mrs. Francis J. Plym!, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Hobbs, P'rof. A. Teald'i and Mrs. Tealdi, 1W. Frowe, Mr.* and Mrs. ,A. E. Dickin-
Prof. Bruc~eDonaldson and Mrs. Don- #on, Mr. and Mrs. Eliel Saarinen.
]Miss Alice Lloyd, Mr. A. Champion,
aldson, Prof. G. MNarotti and M1 rs. ~.7 .TTI. -= If~

Five hundred copies of this supple-f
-ment were# distributed at. the May
Party.

crepe paper Was used in the

decora-

Read. TheDaily

"Classified"

CJ

tions.

Austi;
Aldrii
Nle, IV
Mrs.
Victxa
Mr. a
Maria
Pro
< Thien
~Mrs.

11 V 1: Lu 1..tA V MS* tAlk*
Fower, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and 1MrIs. FredrichJl
Jr. and Mrs. Harry Gain- I
Mrs. Charles R. Barnum,
Johnson, Mr. and Air.
n, Mr. Harold M. Young,,
Herbert Rooven, Mrs.
Mr. Jean Paul Slusser.
P. Thieme hand Mrs.
MoriseP.'Tiey andJ
Prof. Wili~am A. Frayer

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't

Marotti, Prof. Louis Hopkins and Mrs.
Hopkins, Prof. Peter V'ield and Mrs.'
Field, Prof. John C. Winter and
Mrs. Winter, Prof. Alfred V~. White,
and Mrs. White, .Dr. Harry B. Hlutch-
ins and Mrs. Hutchins, Dr. George
Slocum, and Mrs. Slocum, Dr. Johll
Sundwall and Mrs. Sundwall, Dr.
George -A. May and Mrs. May,
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo M. Abbott,
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph G. Adams, Mr.
and Mrs. George R. Booth, Miss Alice
Lloyd, Mr. Albert Lockwood, Mr. and
Mrs. Warren S. Holmes, Ml~r. and 19rs.
Walter E. Lentz, Mr and Mrs. Ely,
Mr. and Mrs. James Inglis,. Mr. and

!GUESTS REPRESENTATIVE
More than" 150 invitations to attend
the annual party were extended to
representative out-qf-town guests,
such as Gov. Fred Green and, Mrs.
Green, 'University regents, U'nivversity (
nyofficials, and faculty, of which group
maysignifiled intentions to be pres-
ent.
4 Included in the list were several
fdceans of colleges of the "University.

myr. 1i.. tU.' v' Jin, ivir. amt Ilvrs.
T. Wibtehead, Mr. and M~rs.
Kaides, ;Miss Florence Davies.

N

l amen~
W.R.

At

the

Party

GK4HAAIS,

SUPPLIES FOR IT

"II
Both Ends of the Diagonal
x.

Such important

occasions.

Ar chitects'

May Party demand

the

as the.

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abest of. laundry

service -- because,

excellent

laundry

service means

en-i

jOYment and&

comfort

under

close

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scrutiny.

A ragged edge, a sharp collar, or
even a shrunkeni undergarment spells

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B
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disaster.

Varsity

Service

guarantees
whether it,

comfort for any -occasion,

ISHE$ TO ANNOUNCE
THAT ON SU(NDAYS
FROM iTO 5 P. M.
THEY WILL, SERVE
Chicken and Steak Dinners,
85C
HERE YOU WILL FIND

is

a dress

or sport affair.

111

tj

Phone 4219

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THE BEST FOODS AND
, "QUICKEST, SERVICE OB.

TAINA'BLE'.

ONE MEAL

WILL CONVINCE

YOU

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