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THE MICHL AN

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PAC; T 'I HREP,

THE MICHIGAN DAT L-Y - PAGE THREE

V#tETSLINDY'S MEDAL
C [TI DESIGN CHOSEN,
EXHIBITS IN HAW __n_ _NTITUTi
-Engineering and the Architect'
Discussed Before Students

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ELECTSMEMBERS
Phi Lambda Upsilon, Announces'
Names' of Eighteen Students

ANGELL COMPLETES THIRD EXHIBIT
BY RESTORATION OF ANCIENT TREE
Carleton Angell, University Mu ,latest specimen to be added in "Ev-
seums sculptor, has completed a olution Hall" are plainly visible to
third exhibit in the recently de- the casual visitor. The life history
veloped petrified tree layout for of the carboniferous replica is also
"Evolution Hall," second floor cx- 'described by a card which.has been

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Teehique1

Bronzes, Lithographs, and Prints
Latest Works onDisplay
in Galleries.
ARTISTS HOLD AWARZDS
Lithographs Highly Praised Dur-
ing First Annual Exhibition
in Philadelphia.
Twenty-four of the smallerj
bronzes of Albert Stewart, and a
collection of lithographs and lino-
leum block prints by C. A. Seward,
form jointly the latest of the Col-
lege of Architecture exhibits, and
may be seen in the first floor gal-
leries of the architectural build-
ing.
Included among the exhibition of
Stewart's works are pieces called
"Hawk," "Male Dancing Figure,"
"Female Dancing Figure," "Tiger,"
"Herons," "Leaping Dolphin," and;
"Young Diana." In addition to'
these, there are two portrait re-
liefs, and two medals, one the
Charles A. Lindbergh Medal pre-
sented by the New York Scenic and
Historic Preservation society and
the Mayors Committee on Recep-
tions; and the other the Atwater
Kent Radio Audition Medal.
Received Four Awards.
Among the awards Stewart has!
received for his sculptures are the,
silvermedal for compositionagiven
by the Beaux Arts Institute of De-
sign, and the Ellin P. Speyer Me-j
morial Prize of the National Aecd-
emy of Design, both received in i
1927. In 1928, the George D. Wid
ener Gold Medal of the Pennsyl-j
vania Academy of Fine Arts wentj
to Stewart. He received the first
prize offered by the Garden Club of
America for 1929 for the sculpture.
,of a garden figure.
The lithographs and linoleum
block prints of C. A. Stewart have
brought him many awards, ofIJ
which the Graphic Arts Gold Med-
al, given at the 1928 Mid-Western,
Artists Exhibition at Kansas City, i
is an example. His linoleum print,
"Big Pines-Raton Pass," had the;
distinction of hanging in two ex- i
hibitions of American prints in'
Europe, the one at the 1927 Inter-
national Exposition of Modern,
Painters held at Florence, Italy; the
other at the Exposition of Modern
American Prints at the Biblio-
theque Nationale, in Paris in 1928,
where it was selected for the per-
manent exhibition.
Critic Praises Lithograph.
"Sunshine and Shower," a )litho-
graph by Stewart, has recently
been acclaimed by a Philadelphia
critic as one of the most typical
American prints in the first annual
exhibition of American lithographs..
Prints by Seward hang in most of
the large museums throughout the
country as well as in the libraries,
art clubs, colleges, and private col-
lections.

k,, z IHere Ysera.Chosen for Scey
HeYesterday. CrSociety. hi room at he Museum. The hung adjacent to the newly placed
famous petrified stump, which exhibit.
SAYS DESIGN CHANGING HUBBARD WINS AWARD graced the former Museoums build-
ing, now the Romance Language During the post month, Evolution
"Designers of modern blildings Phi Lambda Upsilon, nationa headquarters, today has two assoc- Hall has seen the advent of sev-
are getting away from the idea I honorary chemical society has just iates in the recently placed Lexing- eral highly important specimens,
1 t ( on Indiana, discovery and An- the first of which, flnished in
that beauty is the prime requisite announced the election of 8 sta- g ', 'diio. darc as a retorationfshptera-
of construction, and are fashioning dents in the University to member- The third member of the exhibit dactyl, ancient bat-like creature.
them with a view to reflecting the ship in the society. Announcement is a restoration, made from actual Coming quickly after this import-
pN ^economical and social conditions was made at the same time that impressions found recently in fo3- ant innovation was the Lexington,
sil beds. Measurements taken from Indiana, specimen of a petrified
f the times," declares Alex L. the $50 prize given annually by the these impressions furnished An- tree trunk which, according to
Trout, '05, Detroit architect, in a society to the junior majoring in gell with sufficient data to com- photographs taken with a "pho-
lecture on the subject of "Engin- chemistry with the highest grades plete an entire restoration, includ- tomicrograph," shows perfect cell
ecring and the Architect," given in all work up to te second se- ing the bark, trunk, and roots of a formation. This specimen is from
yesterday afternoon in the archi- nester of his junior year, was carboniferous tree. The specimen the Paleozoic age, approximately
fawarded this year to R. M. Hub- is six feet in height and has an; 150,000,000 years ago. The bark of
tectural building. . bard. '31E average thickness of about eight the petrified tree had turned to
. Trout, a member of the Detroit Elected to the group were: R. H. inches.thin layers of coal when discovered
firm of Malcomson, Higginbotham Gamrath, '31, M. B. Geiger, Grad., Differences in the exterior of the by University scientists.
iand Trout, architects and construc- W. E. Gordon, Grad., C. G. Kirk-
tion engineers of the Mosher-Jor- bridge, '30thE, J. W. LeaCtre eEvy,
W ,2~ -~ 2---22- ---..- dan women's dormitory, stressed W. C. Mathews, '30, C.C.Pevy
danwomn'sdoritoy, tresed'31E R. R. Ralston, Grad., R. D. ;
the need of great accuracy in the'. Rs , ,R
' Assocated Press h'oto larchitects' drawings. He. compar- Swisher, '30 Phar, J. H. Taylor,
ed the fields of engineering and Grad., K. E. Thorpe, '30E, C. E.
Wining design that has b architecture with the automobile Staff, '30E, J. G-. Staudt, '31E, H.!
gindustry, where each part is made Huai Ting, Grad., A. D. Wooley,
voted by congress to be presented at a different place, the design is Grad., R. L. Smith, '30, L. A. Delp,
to Colonel Charles A. Lindberg for made in another place, and the Grad., and R. M. Hubbard, '31E.
his famous trans-atlantic flight automobile is assembled at a still
completed in May, 1927. I different factory, under the guid-
.'ance of the designer's blueprints. TYPEWRITING ented Immediately
"The architect," Trout stated, and
Professor Sadler Goes I "must have a pretty general know- IMEOGRAPHING
ledge of prevailing business ten- A specialty for F O R RENT-Modern four room
Meetingdenciesif he is going to give hisrtwenty years. bungalow newly decorated. With
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Prof. Walter C. Sadler of the civil less the architect does follow econ- erators.. Moderate rates.
engineering 4epartment is in Buf- omic conditions, he is likely to be-
falo this week attending a meeting come a mere hireling of the build- ( 0. D. MORR ELL Mrs. Leonard McCala, 1301 Granger,
of the American Railway Engineer- er." 314 South State St. Phone 6615 reted her bunalow immedately and is
gansstir receiving calls from the above ad
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