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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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0\)( HUVEQ ( 0000 MICHIGAN MAN IS
CONTEST WINNER
Afl PFB T Maurice Lichtenstein, '28, member
of the staff of the Gargoyle, has
achieved national prominence by
winning first prize in the College Hu-
The most successful open house mor $2,000 art contest for the best
ever given by the College of En- drawing submitted in black and white
gineering closed Saturday night at by any undergraduate in the United
10 o'clock. A conservative estimate States. The first prize is an Essex
states that between .10,000 and 12,000 speedster.
tThe Gargoyle is displaying the prize
people attended the exhibition Satur- winning drawing of the College Hu-
day, and that the total attendance was nor art contest in the window of
between 20,000 and 25,000 for the en- Graham's book store. There are sev-
tire time, breaking all attendance re- eral other drawings by Lichtenstein
cords for the open houses given by and Al Vyse, '28, also a nember of the
the College of Engineering, and ex- Gargoyle staff, being exhibited. Some
ceeding the attendance of the last of these have appeared in previous
open house, which was in 1915, by numbers of the campus humor maga-
more than 5,000. zine while others will appear in the
Opinion is divided as to whether the edition which will go sale on the1
College of Engineering will attempt campus on Thursday.
to present an open house every year, More than 10,050 drawings, sub-
or give one at an interval of three or mitted by 1600 artists, were judged
four years, as is done in some other by Mr. Flagg, Arthur William Brown,.
universities. There Is a great amount and Gaar Williams, internatignally
of work involved in preparing for famous illustrators, and 'H. N. Swan-
such an exhibit as was given this son, editor, and Tom Burroughs, art
year by the College of Engineering, editor, of College Humor magazine.
and it is problematical whether it is Lichtenstein's winning drawing will
possible to give one every year or appear in the May issue of the nation-
not. al humor magazine.

SHAW DISCUSSES COLLEGE LIFE IN
LETTER TO UNIVERSITY FRESHMAN

University freshmen may be be-
neath the notice of practically all hu-
manity, but at least one of them on
the Michigan campus has been deemed
worthy of attention by a certain well-
known playwright of another nation
-George Bernard Shaw-if a letter
received yesterday is admitted as evi-
dence.
The freshman, it seem,, Howard
Johnson, '31A, by name, wrote to Mr.
Shaw some time ago expressing high
appreciation of the work of that au-
thor, and Mr. Shaw, in a fatherly re-
ply, has acknowledged the receipt of
said epistle in the following fashion:
"I think that college life makes a
man a much better citizen because it
is a communal life," the letter from
Mr. Siaw reads, "and therefore trains
himrfor human society. CoHege gradu-
ates, like -sailors, are very superior
to merely domesticated persons in
point of sociability.
"On the other hand, college training
rTfT 11T nnanfi11 Tim1nma on a

Sis intellectually and morally ruinous
except to the very few people who
have a natural aptitude for its sub-
Jects and a strong and indiiscriminate
memory for all sorts and scraps of in-
formation; that is, with certain techni-
cal tastes and no more values-n'oj
conscience, in short.
"Except in cases where a college de-
gree is an indispensible qualification
for some contemplated professional
career a college student should make
the most out of college by reading
what he likes ;and discussing it at
students' clubs (if there are any ex-
cept drinking and sporting ones) and
doing the least minimum of dry work
to secure a pass, or even retire with-
cut one-short of being kicked out.
But every case is peculiar, and can-
not come under any genera.l prescrip-
tion. Travel if you, can afford it, pre-
ferably on foot and fourth class."
The letter is signed by George
Bernard Shaw.

CATALOGS TO BE
AVAILABLE SOON:
The complete announcement for the
Summer Session of 1928 will be avail-
able Thursday morning at the offices
of Dean Edward H. Kraus in Univer-
sity hall, according to an aniounce-
ment made yesterday. Several per--
sons have been inquiring for the coin-
plete lists, Dean Kyau~s said, ,and
Thursday morning will be the first
time that the whole schedule will have
been available to prospective atten-
dants.

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SPECIAL EXHIBITION OF
ANTIQUE HOOKED RUGS
Collected by Jane K. Miller

Dance Band
or Orchestra
To Tour Country
During Summer
Vlcatioi at Good
Pay
Send All Details (Size,
Instruments, Experience)
and Photo if Possible to
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240 SutlerItotel
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SUSPEN-

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FABRICS AND EMBROIDERIES

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Are now accepting applications. from College Men for
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FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
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Properties wonderfully adapted for the use of an organization!

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