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THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

WEDNESDAT, JANUARY 9, 1929

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9. 1929

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MANY WOOD-BLOCK PRINTS EXPRESSED BY ENGLISH
ARTIST ARE EXHIBITED IN ARCHITECTURAL BUILDING
More than forty wood-block is circulating the collection tiO in the capitol with her works,
prints concerned with Chinese, throughout the country. some of which were just recently
Korean, and Filipino sub jects, a Althouah within the ast few xi bited by special invitation of
expressed by Elizabeth eith, ei- years wood-blocks have come greatL- tie print mnalers of California.
nent English artist, who has just ly into vogue, no one has attempted Although she does not cut her
returned from a seven years' stay as elaborate work in this field as own blocks, she employs a skillful
in the Orient during which she Miss Keith, who has been recog- Japanese workman to do this cutt-
developed the ideas which are ii- nized as a great artist for many ing which she considers a purely
lustrated in this exhibition, are years. Miss Keith, who came to mechanical process for which it is
now on display in the lobby of the Washington, D. C. with an intro- advisable to employ expert aid. She
new architectural building. They duction from Miss Edith Emerson has secured workers from a Jap-
have been procured for the Uni- of Philadelphia, well known Ameri- anese family who have been for
versity through the courtesy of the j can mural painter and designer, I generations wood-block cutters and
American Federation of Arts, which has attracted considerable atten- who are exceptionally skillful.
SA K E TH i s YTO U R A N N E' R Y E A Jil
You will find very helpful
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An "EXCELSIOR" or "NATIONAL" DIARY
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SCHINZ WILL TEACH
AT SUMMERSSSO
Prof. Albert Schii, of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, will teach
advanced French courses, at the
coming summer session of the Uni-
versity, it was announced yester-'
day by Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, of
the Romance languages depart-!
ment, on receipt of a telegram from
Professor Schinz.
"Professor Schinz has a reputa-
tion as a leading authority in both
America and Europe on eighteenth
century French," said Professor
Thieme yesterday. "He is especial-
ly known in connec tion with his
study of Rousseau. The courses he
is to offer here should prove a
great attraction to many students."
After having spent many years at
Smith, Professor Schinz received a
call last year to the University of
Pennsylvania.j
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POLITICAL SCIENCE PROFESSORS
PLAY LEADING PART IN ME ZTING
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden of the po- activities of the society during the
litical science department was re- year and conducted the greater
elected secretary-treasurer of the day convenmeetings at the three-
American Political Science associa- Prof. Thomas I. Reed submitted
tion at the annual meeting held last the report of the Policy committee
week in Chicago. and, along with R. C. Egger, also of
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, president of the political science department, led
the society last year, was succeeded discussions in Municipal Govern-
in office by Prof. John A. Fairlie of ment. Professor James R. Pollock,
the University of Illinois. Professor Jr., led a discussion in Comparative
Reeves played a prominent part in Party Politics.

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