FORTY PAINTINGS FROM NEW YORK
GALLERIES ARE ON EXHIBIT HERE
Holds First Meeting
rDBALL, SQUASH COURTS
AND LOCKERS TO BE
READY FOR USE
AGE G IV UNFINISHED,
osit Of $2.25 To Be Required
Of Students-$1.00 Toll Be
efinite announcement that the
dball and squash .courts, and
lockers, and showers, in the
Intramural building will be
Forty canvases, which should.
prove to be highly interesting toj
students in general, and particul-1
arly to those interested in the Arts,
are now on display in West Gal-;
lery, Alumni Memorial Hall. The
exhibit, presented by the Ann Ar-
bor Art Association, is open every
afternoon, and will continue
through Sunday, Oct. 14.
The paintings were selected from'
the Grand Central Art Galleries in
New York, and this is the only
showing before their return to the:
The collection, which is very.
conservative, represents the works.
of many of the leaders in the fields
Charges In Football
Scandal Ae Deni ed
of landscape, marine, still life and__
figure painting in this country. Of Members of the Washtenaw
the marine paintings, those of Paul County Medical Society had their
Daugherty( and Frederick Waugh first fall meeting Monday night at
are the most outstanding. Those the University hospital.
of W. Elmer Scofield and Gardner Dr. Williard Smithi oi the Simp-
Symons, are the most worthy of son Memorial Institute discussed
merit in the fields of landscapes. Rheumatoid Arithritis, Dr. Chalm-
As representative of the Western ers J. Lyons, professor of Oral Sur-
type, there is a painting by Walter gery at the University talked on
Ufer, and another by Victor Hig- the relation of the teeth to Ar-
gins, whose specialty is Indian } thritis, while Dr. V. L. Hart, of the
landscapes. The Eastern type is University Orthopedic department
shown by one of the works of Wil- treated Arithritis from the ortho-
liam S. Kendall. pedic standpoint.
LAST TIMES TODAY
TWO GREA T
FEATURES FOR ONE PRICE
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able for use by the men stu- j
s of the University next Mon- Ohio Wesleyan university does
Smade made yesterday not pay football players to go to
asonmbyemad es.M teldi- f schooldeclared Dean; Willian" L.
noon by ElmerR. Mitchell, di- ISanders yesterday in answer to
r of the Intramural depart- charges made recently by Dr. 0.
t and who will be in charge C. Bird, athletic director of Ohio
he newest addition to Michi- university, that the Methodist in-
s athletic plant. stitution encouraged athletes to
:though the conatractors are now ' enroll by the grantingof. liberal
hed with al oftheir work, with scholarships to all studentslwho"
exception of tLe tile setting in could make a 'Varsity' letter in
_ i ol the s-ttru Ire football.
Friday and Saturday, Ozt. 5, 6
PAUL GREEN'S REMIARKABL E DRAMA
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not be open until next week, n order to advertise the school,
ause the intramural department the charges asserted, Ohio; Wes-'
have to install personal and leyanwasattempting to build up
letic equipment throughout the teams which coauld schedule games
lding,'with Michigan and other well-
se of the large gymnasium in known institutions, thus gaining
building will not come until nation-wide reputation for the
ut the latter part of next weekI name of Ohio Wesleyan. And most'
the lines for the basketball and attractive inducements were offer-
nis courts are yet to be marked, ed prospective football stars, it was
director says. - claimed.
'he lockers and showers rooms I Dean Sanders has had a meet-
b be available not only to stu- ing called for all officials of the
its wishing to use the building, Buckeye Athletic Association, that
to any undertaking any kind ie may have an opportunity to
outdoor .recreation, as tnenis, or publicly exonerate Ohio W~lesleyan
ss country. r , tof the charges of professionalism.
Deposit. Necessaryi He has prepared statements to
detosetecesshow that scholarships are granted
n order to use the lockers a stu- on a basis of grades alone and that
it must deposit $2.25 of this those granted athletes average
ount $1.25 is a retaining fee to only 90 cents annually more than
er the padlock and towels, those given other students.
Just Cotmpleted a New York Run of Over 200 Performances
"A sweeping theme, noble in its
conception. The group that acts
in it brings to the stage a sweeping
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PULITZER PRIZE PLAY - 1927
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towel service through- GIVEN B " TA PING
the student being able GIVEN BY TAPPING
clean towel at each
es will be paid at the Two speaking engagements, one
the locker room, and at a meeting of the University of
ntramural department Michigan club of Benton Harbol-
rectors state. St. Joe at the Berrien Springs.
20 handball courts, 20 Country club, on Oct. 10, and one
and 13 squash courts, at a gathering of the University of
feet, in the building. Michigan club of Jamestown, N. Y.
e as well designed and on Nov. 15 were announced yester-
as is believed possible day for T. Nawley Tapping, Field
Hers. Secretary of the Alumni Associa-
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