~ TRE MICH4IGAN -DAILY
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1932
LATEST WORK OF .FAIRBANKS
RO1ES TO TEA.CH :
I S UER SCW L i !
Three Prominent Scholars
Join. English Department
Announcement has been made
that Prof. W. H. Rogers of Western
Reserve University, Prof. IL S. V.
Jones of the University of Illinois,
and Prof. T. M. Parrott of Princeton
university will give courses in the
English department during the
Professor Rogers, a former Ann
Arbor resident, is a graduate of the
University of, Michigan and receiv-
ed his doctor's degree at Harvard.
He will give courses in nineteenth
century English literature.
Professor Jones is distinguished
as an authority on Edmund Spen-
ser and is the editor of the Journal
of English and Germanic Philology.
He will give courses in English lit-
erature of the Renaissance period.
Professor Parrott, who is an emi-
nent student of Elizabethan drama
and has published an edition of the
plays -of Chapman, will offer cours-
es in English drama and Victorian
literature. He has taught here in
previous summer sessions.
A. S. M. E. MEETS TONIGHT
The student branch of A.S.M.E.
will meet at 7:30 this evening in
the West Engineering Annex lec-
ture room. Walter M. Kranz, '32E.,
will give a lecture on "The Canning
Industry," which will be illuArated
with two reels of motion pictures.
Sachs to Talk on Art
cf Nineteenth Century
Poul J. Sachs, professor of Fine
Arts at l arvard University will give
an illustrated lecture tomorrow in
the West gallery of Alumni Memor-
ial hall at 4:15 o'clock on "French
Paintings and Drawings of the
Prof. Sachs, who is the associate
director of the Fogg Art Museum at
Harvard, will be speaking upon a
subject in which he has distin-
guished himself. A few years ago
he collected many nineteenth cen-
tury French paintings for an ex-
hibit that has never been equalled
Prof. Sachs is also editor of "Art
Studies," trustee of Smith college,
and president of the Harvard-
Princeton Fine Arts club. He is a
recognized art authority, having
been listed in the Who's Who of
Prof. Edson S. Bastin
o Speak Tomorrow
Prof. Edson S. Bastin, head of the
geology department of the Univer-
sity of Chicago, will deliver a lec-
ture on "The Origin of Copper De-
posits" at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in room 2054, Natural
Professor Bastin is a Michigan
alumnus, having graduated in 1902.
After a prominent career as mem-
ber of the United States Geological
Survey, he entered the teaching
profession. In 1930, he was eco-
nomic geologist with the University
of Michigan's Mexico Expedition.
A luncheon in honor of Professor
Bastin will be given by the staffs of
the geology and mineralogy de-
partments on Friday afternoon at
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Filled with delicious
Betsy Ross Candies
On your trip home take a
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This is the most recent work of Prof. Avard Fairbanks, the figure
of a girl entitled, "Rain." The statue was first exhibited Friday night
at the Law School's Crease dance.
Young Sculptor Wins
As asculptor in the national field
of art Prof. Avard Fairbanks of the
division of fine arts has won him-
self a place with the younger gen-
iuses who will some- day step into!
the shoes of the masters of the pro-
Most ambitious of his works .o
far is a memorial to the 91st di-
I vision dedicated at Ft. Lewis, Wash-
Professor Fairbanks graduated
from Yale in 1925, and following
two yearsas professor at the Uni-
fWNOW BEING FORMED I
versity of Oregon, he was appointed
to a Guggenheim Fellowship in
Since his arrival on the campus
he has done the designs for the
Sanford B. Dole memorial at Hono-
lulu; the medallion for the Oregon
Mutual Life Insurance Society, the
"Will to Achieve," and the two
bronze doors for the United States
National Bank of Portland, Oregon.
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