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TUESDAY, MAY 14,1920--.

PAGE TWO T-H-F~ MFCHIGAN-~DAILY TUESDAY, MAY 14, 192~

NO'TED SCULPTOR TO~
ILLUSTRATE LECTURE!
Professor Fairbanks Will Use
Model To Supplement Talk
On Art
HAS STUDIED IN EUROPE
Students will be given the op-
portunity of seeing a sculptor at
work when Prof. Avard Fairbanks,
foimerly of the University of Ore-
gdn, and now Associate Professor
o? Sculpture at this University, lec-
tures tomorrow afternoon at 4:15
in the West Gallery of Alumni Me-
noirial Hall.
Prof. Fairbanks, it was an-
nounced yesterday at the offices of
the Latin department, will show
the process of developing a work of
sculpture by means of a modeling
stand which he will have on the
platform with him.
Prof. Fairbanks received a Gug-
genheim Fellowship in 1928-1929
le attended the Yale School of
Fife Arts; was a student of the
Beaux-Arts in Paris; has exhibited
in the Salon. He is a member of
the National Sculpture Society and
the Art Students' League of New
York. Prof. Fairbanks is at pres-
ent engaged in sculpturing the 91st
Division Memorial which is to be
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Lichtenstein Wins In-
Grid Program Contest
Maurice Lichtenstein, '29, has
been awarded first place in the
first all-campus football program
cover design contest, the board of
judges announced yesterday. The

AU:STRIAN PROFEISSOR
'PASON'LNGAG
Noted Scholar Points Out Progress
In World of Linguistics

SCREEN REFLECTIONS

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winning drawing, for which a prize Since Primitive Man
of $50 was offered, depicted a group
of football players on the sidelines. Pointing out examples of the
A second prize of $35 will be way in which language and words
awarded Edward Halstead, '30 have followed in the footsteps of
Arch, while Lee Blaser, '32, will re- civilization Professor W. Meyer-,
ceive third place and a $15 award. Luebke, of the University of Vien-
Alexis Lapteff, '29 Arch, and Anna i na, delivered one of the most in-
.Timoschenko, were given honor- terestijgg lectures of the year in
able mention for their drawings. Natural Science Auditorium yes- I
Selections were made on a basis terday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
of appeal to the public, composi- In his talk, "L'Histoire de la
tion, excellence of excution, and n hes talk, "L latoir ide l-
effetiveness of letteringlangue et l'histoire de la civilisa-
efecivnes-f- e g - - tion," he mentioned that signs of a
placed at Camp Lewis, Wash. primitive language are to be found
In order that students may see in all of the modern tongues to-E
what the finished product, which day. Some excellent examples
requires months of careful work, showing how words have been
looks life, Prof. Fairbanks will have changed and modified by changes
on exhibition two of his works in in customs were also given.
serravezza marble: a head of his Professor Luebke is recognized as
son, which he calls "Portrait of the foremost living authority in the
Justin Fairbanks;" and "Spring- [world on Romance Philology. His
time," a portrait of a girl, lecture was delivered in French. {

number-1 screen attraction com-
bined with a first rate stage act on
the same bill. Yet that is exactly
what is offered this week at the
Michigan. Of course, we have seen
better pictures and we have seen
better vaudeville; our point is, how-
ever, that . bOth screen and stage
offerings were of a higher calibre
than usual, and that each entityf
served to enhance the other.
Richard Dix does a commendable
bit of acting as "Redskin," despitel
the fact that his supporting castl
does not impress. "Redskin" is
photographed in kiienacolor.
On the stage Lieut, Gitz Rice and
his "Northwest Mounties" presenli
an original song cycle. In addition
to the composer's old successes, one
hears the Mounties sing the French-
Canadian ditty, "Alouette," with a

great deal of dash and fervor, and
there's a new tune called "Mag-
nolia Gal" that has much pep.(
Lieut. Rice doesn't neglect the all-,
important sex appeal, and that
essential is supplied in no uncertain,
measure by a petite and sweet
French-Canadian miss, Gabrielle
e Trombley. All in all an excellent
bill and highly recommended.
Dim Lights
"Chic" Sale is easily the feature
of the Wuerth's current program,
for the all-talking "Lights of New
; York" plainly betrays its ancient
vintage. One of the first talkies
made, the picture has a plot mar-.
red by hokum, while the acting is
only ordinary.
However, the presence of the
aforesaid Mr. Sale in a very funny
talking skit entitled "The Star
Witness," and a few wandering re-

marks by Mr. George Bernard Shaw tainment downtown.
in another movietone short, coupled Two more musical co
with an Our Gang silent comedy, have crashed throughw
redeem the program considerably. epics, namely -Eddie Do
Starting next Sunday with George Morton Downey. The
Bancroft's "Wolf of Wall Street," "Rainbow Man" is at th
the Wuerth has booked a number in Detroit, while the lat
of top-notch talkies including at the Michigan there
"Broadway Melody" and "In Old "Mother's Boy."
Arizona," promising better enter-

imedy stars
ith talking
owling and
former's
he Madison
tter arrives
Friday in
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For Men and Women
Travelling by land and sea around the
globe. Starting in October; eight months
of education, leading to bachelor's and
master's degrees. Address Graybar Bldg.,
New York, for descriptive catalog.
1928 University is now in Europe
The World its Laioratory

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