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November 25, 1931 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-11-25

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wwiTHE MICHGAN DATLYe WEDNEDAY,
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f i ,. ' 1 A L yiBEST SHOE SHINTE in town. San- LOST-A smi
fords. Sundays, evenings. 121 bag komew
E. An 514 E. William. 261c Saturday
HAVEyou any' capital too invest? clothing.
We will guarantee you a definite LOST-Browr
t" v !; 4ti Rreturn on your invstment. In- 'night betwe
quire Michigan Dailyr. Box 4 tenaw Ave.
:" .-I xrESALESMEN - An opportunity to______
handle something new. Colle- PAIR yellow
, x.."f.__r --- r " _Q giate Book Ends. Selling fast at gloves oppo
'(Ii the different universities through- Saturday
out the country. In reply give NTC-h
1i. full partilars, class, etc. F. G. tienth
___________________________________________________________________ ____________________ _______________ ______ ___ Park Miide77ine then

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OJriginal Drawings
by Louis Hutchinson
Are :Exhibited Here
A small group, of pencil draw-
ings by the late Louis H. Sullivan
is now on display in the ground
floor corridor of the architectural
building. Some of these drawings
are, the original designs. for terra
gotta ornamienit on the famous
Wainwright building, St. Louis, de-
signed by the firm of Adler and
Sullivan forty years ago and re-
garded by many authorities as one
of Sullivan}, best contributions
toward expresing the then emer-
gent steel frame construction.
Sullivan was a thinker and cre-
ative, worker in the architectural
field in planning and general de-
sign and he also created a type of
ornament which is termed remark-
able for its brilliancy and appropri-
ato in character for the materials
in which it was carried out.
a He is the only American archi-
dtect ever to receive the medal of.
f.Ithe French Societe des Arts Deco-
e, ratifs.
Y The drawings are loaned to the
school by Mr. George G. Elmslie,
Chicago architect, who during much
I of Sullivan's later professional life
was intimately associated with hiim
as, a co-worker. ________

Harcourt, Brace
pany for the past
lecture on "The
Publisher," Dec. 1
gel Hall.
Tbhe a(d.dres.s li

REPOSSESSED CARS-Buy from ter cagLlo2-12 14and ask or thr
finance company for balance teGlal2-1ied aner skDer t-r
due. 311 W. Huron.. Phone 22001 Casfe detsn eat
235 meat.
WANTED LOST-In dressing room MICHI-
S2'UENT AUNDY WAT~r GAN LEAGUE, GARNET RING.
STDETLANRYWNTD Reward. CALL 23251. 280
Called for and delivered. Phone --______-------_______
4863. ______ _ 150.
WANTED-Student laundry. Also
bedding. Reasonable prices. Soft WANT AD.S PAY
water. Call for and deliver.
Family Was hings. Phone 707-
'F-31. 53ce

to be inade par-

ticularly interesting to members of
conipo: dtion anid crea tve writing
corss.In a'tMr.KS-(coG tt willrefer
to such mzatters as thlie handling of
manuscriptis' in the publisher's of-
fice; the quialiflcations of tab-
lisher's readers; pa eepara1.iu and
revision of rnanu cr ipot,_ :a.d 't Phe
publisher's attitude Ctward new
writers and unisolicited manuscripts.
The lecture will beoent o all
atudeni s and the pu1 !i r°'
Brag jg GivesResults
of Tests to Club
IlCesults upon 66 mnodel boats test-
ed within- the pas ; ten years in the
University of Michigan naval tank-
were presented in New York last
week before the Society of Naval
Architects and Marine Engineers by

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Thaniksgiving Evre Dance
9:00-1:30'
Thainksgiving day Dinner
75c and $x..00
1:00-7:30 P. M.
Dancing 1I*-3Q-2:3O--,6G-015-7:15
Gail Corbett Presents Ralph Weigle and His Orchestra

LAST TIMES TODAY
Ruth Caterton in"Once A Lady"

THURSDAY.

with
LUJPE VELEZ
SCHNOZZLE DURZANTE

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