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May 01, 1929 - Image 3

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EDNSAY, MAY 1, 1929

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Sculptor Accepts Position On Faculty!

.AIRBANKS DEC.BE
N~EWLAY APPOINTED PROFESSOR
IN FINE ARTS SPEAKS
Si OF IS IDEALS
WILL CONDUCT ATE3LIER
Ability of Art Medium to Depict"r{F a
People's Aims Reflects . $}5
/ Its Significance
"Sculpture is the significant ex-
ipressl'on of the aims and ideals of
apeople or an epoch of their life,"f ,>.'r :
reetywestern sculptor, rcntyappoint- { Y:piIL ;
ed Associate Professor in the Div- I~.
Monday afternoon. "In every epoch: k ..F >:".
and to every race there is some ;- -:. "'
mode of expression' in one of then
arts that is significant of their~
civilization; if there is no such ex-Iprsio ,w y t e th ra e sin
significant.":
Mr. Fairbanks, who has been r
spending the last year in Eugene,
Oregon, and who has been working
since fast September modeling the
clay figure of the memorial which!sen i th ac o p n ng r -': : ><
production, has just arrived in Ann
Arbor to make .arrangements in '''}-" '
connection with the sculptures <
studio which he 'is to conduct next
year. Mr. Fairbanks is to conduct, .......
more, or less what it known in France :} ,}>}:::: r;: };.":<:}':.:.Y
as an atelier, and it is to be a part of .
the University Department of Finef
Arts. "Chiefly, my aim," said Mr . ,. ...
Fairbanks, "is to create an interest' Memorial to the 91st division b y Avard Tennyson Fairbanks
in sculpture as a Fine Art and as -_______ _~____________
a training for later professional ! ment that this will be 'a distinct de- that it will prove more instructive
work." This means that only] parture from the class room method Mr. Fairbanks will continue to workl
those who have any talent in the of mass production of scuptors on his subjects, and the students
subject or who would take the
course primarily because they are
interested heart and soul in the
art will be allowed to elect sculp- T~ l
turd. It is the hope of the depart-jJf
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will learn by observing his methods
and by his advice.
The accompanying reproduction II
shows a memorial to the division
on which Mr. Fairbanks has been
working and which is now being
cast in bronze. It stands 20 feet
high to the tip of the upraised
hand, and the central and sur-
mounting figure portrays the ideal
"That Right Shall Prevail." The
lower group represents the soldiers
at their posts, the injured soldier
being attended by a Red Cross
nurse and a welfare worker. The
monument is to erected at Fort
Lewis, Washington.
AT NOON -
1 Something that hits
the spot -
Tasty Sandwiches
Delicious Salads
Eat Well
at
HARRISON'S LUNCH'
391 S. State St.

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Mun icipal Airport.
Lei~onardl S. Flo, presiden tcof he Flo fling
Services Inc., is the chief instructor of ther
lo School of Flyig. I fe is assisted 1by a
comipeten t staff of l icensed pilots of w~ide dvy
in g experience. New Spartan and1 Arrow
SSport planes arc thec standard training shins.
Personnel, equipmienit and facilities tcaslire
up to the highest standard.
BUS SERVICE
A private lbus oper ated byl 11. lea lyingi
Services 111ti., leaves thle 'l ihigaaii I ni'n at
10 miiites after every hour daiiilv fromt in a,
rn, till dusk. Comie ont and instpect the tlying
field--take a paissenger flighit and see tihe
Campus from the air.
FLO FLYING SERVICES, INC.
CONDUCTING THE FLO SCHOOL OF
FLYING
Ann Arbor Municipal Airport
Main Office: '6o6Ypnsi-Ann Bldg. I

It's due to the active selling
of Good Goods, that our
stock is kept fresh
and clan
They are coming and going continually
G-jafell's I..M .arket

223 North Main

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At Bargain Prices
A 1ItEAL SALE-NO FOOLIN'
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
49th Anniversary Sale
603 Church Street

ITS NOT TOO EARLY
to order Personal Cards and S-tationary for
Graduation
NEW SAMPLES JUST RECEIVED

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rituid . salso "int'restin"',".They satisfy-and right there
er pick is why they gather in the gang.

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the express rider a good start

Henry Wells, (Ievelopinlg the mnail am~ ex-
press business of Wells F~argo, knewv the hieces-
sityof careful preparation andalert maan agcnent.
Communication was more than the pictuarestlue
racing of pony express ridlers;lbehindl the scenes
therewas always the sysfemnatic planini ntigrire is,
the watchful inspection of outpos ts and 1w-en.
Communication today is immeasurably fa 't 'r

than it was then, thanks to electricity. And to
a vastly greater degree has the work of prepa-
ration b~ehind the scenes become important.
Tn the Bell System, management must con-
stawily look ahead to p*rovide the sinews of s~'r-
vicec against growing public demand-ni atcria1
and ncr ust be mobilized to extend and.
keep open the lines of communication.

We a4re reliably informedlthat theaov
iar phrase is applied mainly to certain poo.
in whom all the pituitary runs to pulch.
A gargoyle is "t int'restin"'", at least. Bette
'em freckled and friendly than lovely but la
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