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October 26, 1927 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ART EXHIBIT

Henry Ford Attends Baltimore And Ohio CAMPBELL THINKS COLLEGE BANDS
Centenary Commemorating "Iron Horse PROMOTE FRIENDSHIP WITH RIVAL

Oratorical Association Lecture

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11ater Colors by Nockford Artist and
chinese Van vases oil I)isphIy In
ALununi Memiorial hall -
INCLUDE INDIAN SUBJECTS
A joint. exhibit of 28 paintings in
water colors, by Einar C. Lindquist,,
ad selected oriental paintings, mostly
Chinese, from two local collections, is
now open to the public in the West .
Gallery of Alumni Memorial hall.
Indian subjects are dealt with in
Lindquist's paintings in water colors,
nost of which were done in Taos,
Mexico, during last summer. Lind-
luist, who is 26 years old, was born in
Swedtn, but was brought to America E:
when a small child. He studied oil
paintings at the Art Institute, in Chi- -
3agQ and began painting in wter-
colors about two years ago. He is
now engaged in commercial art in
R.ockford, Ill.
The oriental paintings included in
the exhibit were selected from the col
ections of Prof. H. H. Bartlett, head ,
>f the botany department, who ob-
ained his paintings during a recent -,x :
:rip to China, and Prof. Esson M.
Gale, visiting lecturer in Chinese His-
.ory, who lived in China for 20 years.
These paintings mnay be viewed any
afternoon from 1:30 to 5:00 o'clock
hrough Sunday, when the exhibition
vill be closed. Henry Ford, on the extreme right, viewing the Iion Horse at the recent
Centenary Exhibit of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad held at I3atlimore.
CONTINUE FILMING Edward Hungerford, centenary director, is on the left, whil. standing in
UTRCE Enoftrstlocomotive built in America is a railway employee rep-
OUTDOOR ,SCENE resenting Peter Cooper.

Next to the teams actually en- fore, luring, ani after the game, they
;aged in contests, the college muisi- convey something of the friendly spir-
cal organizations are the gr test it t1hat comes from itimate and coin-
nmeans of pronting friendship ant ;ad ely contact to the crowls sitting
;go;l feeling between universities," in the stans. Such was the case at
said Robert Campbell, treasurer of the Ohio and the A\ichigan State
the University and advisor of the games and the very same thing may be
Varsity and Reserve bands, in com- said to be true at all intercollegiate
inenting on the visit of the Ohio band contests at which the bands are pres-
here last Saturday. ent."
"Ordinarily," Campbell continued, "Few students realize," stated the
"There is more hostility between stu- treasurer in conclusion, "how much
(lent bodies of two rival universities the bands affect the attitude of the
than there is between the teams, bat- spectators. A football game without
tling on the field. But when the bands a band is nearly as impossible as a
from the different schools meet be. game without a football team."

WILLIAM MONTGOMERY McGOVERN

Hill Auditorium, Tonight, &8p. mi

Single Admission, $1.00

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DR LOCAL MOVIE
iutside scenes of general interest
being filmed in the campus mov--
picture this week, according to
anncuncement given out from the
e of Dr. Frank Robbins, assistant
he President, yesterday. The seen-,
outdoors had to be taken before
leaves were entirely gone from
trees and as a result the camera-
1 from the Metropolitan Moving
ure company of Detroit will spend
remainder of the week thus en-
ictures of the Ohio State game
e taken last Saturday, and last
k a number of the features of the
were made. The moving picture
eing screened under the auspices,.
he University and will be showi
a number of Alumni association
tings throughout the country.
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CHINESE RUS
I have been offered stock in the
Fette Rug Company
of
Peking, China,
makers of Heirloom
Handmade Chinese Rugs.
In order to take advantage of this offer, I
am placing every .rug of my large siock on
t homarket at 10/Q Below mylkalre -adyve'ry
easonable prices.
* Rugs this fall have been unusually low because Chinese
money is cheaper just now than in years; and although I have
to pay the highest prices in Peking for these lovely rugs, the
how exchange enables me just now to give wonderful values.

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Fresh Salted Nuts

ews .... $1.00 per lb.
ins ........... $1.50 per lb.
>nds ......... $1.50 per lb.

Also--a recent customs decision calls all
rugs under 1/2 x4Y as mats with duty at
30 % of value instead of as hereto-
fore at 55%.
Hepce ll rnp' 2x4 nrd under CHEAPER
THAN EVER BEFORE.
Some mats as low as $5.00. These won't
last.

ribo Peanuts
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ced Nuts.. .

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30c per lb.
80c per lb.

MERRICK

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