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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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ftENGINEERS STEP VER Y INFORMALLY
CHItCflO -iui EXHIBIT iIl ' E i LA G I C
T O B , J rE T D Y ~ hi ~ ~ l i u'l k t
1. l ,2 owa rds the 'l Toi;tt;pe ev i m.aa ;i* 1;~lo l m el'
PVidittlng Of Country's 1;*t Artists la'i.They WOvEt e eltiinelsis IngcveryV ConciCOvable sort of os
Wil BeJ~si#aye hcos- lI their way to t he annual ('a'nJ) Davis ttame-- verythung from one of the
I{ T1Untl ulk I(18ance, ll a :.i nd es tn e ,'1) 2Inil UI uael a lerl iig )i( t11 8 sai
/d Va;ue.honorary civil eag' ieriag ()t(,j oulies. fBu t IUlcos were( not in
TOSHOW IREAT V I E is I G U I Out 3yb ?Anlel woC'' uv)l lt ' ven
Seletedfrorl te anualwintr e-! hall be worn. It is notO(A)y113 te os- vo, xy geodlreason that lhe wo (1at be
Stetdorrthniiia f, but 8)solltely fi(p>5ar y, \hat inlviVt.cd
Iribition of the Art Institute of Chii- eleeuda nierwau es Bti a vly l;a rty, tand in
cago, a group of :forty-five paintings i lle borriowed it'? And 5(1r it is that F'i)iO t he tl highl-I op boots the '11wi
will be opened to the public this after'- cv arybodly went inli h'i . ol les;t cot i , laae t tp andtltost t ; if
noon in the West Gallery =of the Alum- _
ni Memorial hal. This ;exhibition, ac-
cording. to Bruce Donaldson, of the,- ~J~J7~j T~ r1 d m'
has come to Ann Arbor this ,y,. h
' hese paintings, chosen from the 350Q; ' OK G HUR N HILLS
criiginally shown last November ini
Chicago, comprise a traveling collec-w
tion to 'visit four towns, outside of G L
Cicago, of which Ann Arbor is the = , rA RR)
Mluch variety is displayed in this1
collection. Some of .the best known11 Phone 9304 1 7 Savings BtILcnkW
atsts in the country are represent-=
ell; Bry son Burroughs,) Jonas' Lie,
Schofield, }{fopkinson, IlIalpert, Lever-°--- ---
and Woodbury all have paintings here.
n> ong these is a group painting which ]h ih
won the 1926 Logan medal, one of the #
highest -awards given at the Art In- (~' i~i-
s stitute exhibitions. Both modernistic , (A I
,and conservative tendencies are to be
sieen in the display. Somec marine I
paintings, several portraits and two,
remarkably well dlone nudes are thef
most, pleasing of the collection.
The exhibition will remain in Ann
Arbor until June 1. Students of the
University and of the Ann Arbor higlb '
schools and members of the Ann Ar-
b)or Art association will be admitted
free of charge. The admission fee foril 66
t he general public is twenty-five
rents. The West Gallery will be open 1 ~ U U~&
daily in the imorning and the after-
noon.

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University Cruises
Discussed At Union
To talk over the first university
'world cruise and those of next year.
15 students and professors of the Uni-
versity met Friday at a luncheon at the,
Uuioii. Informal talks were given byl
those who have just returned from the
trips. Both the "College Cruise," sponi-
soredl by the University Travel asso-
cia"Jon, and the '"Floating University",
sponsored 'by the Inter~national Cruise
Inc., were represented.
Xll those wIo attended the lunch-
eon were enthusiastic aibout the
cruises, and confident of their success
in the future.
.The University World cruise was
an interesting and successful experi-
nment in education," said W. Carl Ru-
-fus, p'ofessor of astronomy aboard
the S. S. -Ryndham. "The experience
of the first year has resulted in sug-
gested improvements in the develop-
ment of the institution. The promot-
ers are seriously working on the
problems involved, and expect to or-
ganize on a college basis with a per'-
manent faculty and a charter as an edl-
ucational institution. These men be-
lieve they have a real contribution
to make in the field of American edui-
cation."
Lionel Crocker, t of the public
speaking department who was a
teacher on the S. S. Ryndam,
also stated that the trip was a great
success. Both he and Mr. Rufus declar -
ed themselves neutraf' on the subject;
of coeducation. Many of the state-
ments made by newspapers about the
difficulties brought up were eyveieous,
th'ey saidl; the problem was no differ- I
ent aboard ship thrfn on land. Since.
however, there will be one coeduca -
tional cruise and one for men only+
next year, there 'will be a place for
those in favor of having girls on the
trip and another for those opposed.,
Twenty-five students from. Michigan
were on the S. S. Ryndam on its last 1
cruise. These students were not only!
frain this University but also from the1
smaller universities and towns.
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