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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Art Association
Purchases Two
New Pamtings
Ann Arbor Group Loans
Pictures For Display In
Memorial Hall
By J. P. S.
Two paintings by American artists,,
lust purchased by the Ann Arbor]
Art Association, are now hanging in
;he north gallery of Alumni Memo-
'ial Hall as a loan to the University's
collection. The pictures are "Nude
>n a Navajo Blanket" by Alexander
Brook, and a landscape, "In the
Town," by Niles Spencer. Both art-
sts belong to the younger group of
NTew York artists, and the pictures
were acquired through the Daniel
and the Downtown Galleries of New"
York.
Both Are Prominent
Frequent exhibitors in the, larger
American art shows, both painters
aave won official recognition in the
form of prizes and medals. The
Spencer landscape won an honorable
nention at the Carnegie Interna-
tional Exhibit in Pittsburgh in 1930,
while Mr. Brook has been the most
>utstanding prize winner on the
American scene within the last few
years.
His prizes include the Logan Medal
and Purchase Prize at the Art Insti-
tute of Chicago in 1929, the Second
Prize and Lehman Award and Pur-
chase Prize at the Carnegie Inter-
national in Pittsburgh in 1930, the
I'emple Gold Medal at the Pennsyl-
vania Academy in the same year, and
last year a Guggenheim Fellowship
in Painting.
Work Is Praised
His work i., praised for its original-
ity and freshness of viewpoint, for its
:olor, and for its unusual feeling for
the medium of paint. The canvas
owned here is one of his most recent
works and is said to be typical of his
best qualities. The Spencer land-
scape is somewhat more abstract in
its approach to its subject and is
more restrained in its use of color.
It represents a group of buildings,
apparently in a New England village,
their masses somewhat simplified and
their forms woven together into a
highly organized spatial harmony.
These two pictures, together with
the landscape, "Buildings, by Henry
Lee McFee, purchased last year with
the Katharine Douglas bequest, and
the several smaller works previously
acquired, form the nucleus of a mod-
ern collection which the Art Associa-
tion is hopeful of building up for the

To Talk On Luther

p. m. If interested but unable to at-
tend you are requested to call 2-1124'
and offer any suggestions or advice
and to volunteer Support.
Student Christian Association For-
um: Prof. Lowell J. Carr will discuss
"Is Progress an Illusion," Thursday,
Dec. 8, 1932 at 4:15 in the Natural
Science Auditorium.
Theosophical Society regular meet-
ing at 8:00 p. m. Friday, December
9, in the Michigan League. Professor
N. H. Anning of the mathematics de-
partment will speak on "Pythagoras."
Visitors welcome.
Esperanto: Professor Leroy Water-
man, Cl. L. Meader, C. E. Stillman,
and Dr. F. S. Onderdonk will lecture
on Esperanto, t h e International
Language, on Dec. 8, at 4:15 in Room
231 Angell Hall. The public is in-
vited.
War Resisters League: Friday, Dec.
9, at 4:15 a discussion on "Machines
for Destroying Militarism" will be
introduced by an illustrated talk in
Room 231 Angell Hall.
Le Cercle Francais: Meeting Thurs-
day, December 8, at 8:00 p. m. in
Room 408 Romance Language Build-
ing. M. Ehrhard will speak. Both
old and new members are urged to
be present.
Business Administration Assembly:
An assembly of the School of Busi-
ness Administration will be held on
Thursday, December 8, at 11 o'clock
in Room 25, Angell Hall. Dean Sam-
uel T. Dana, of the School of For-
estry and Conservation, will speak on
the subject "Forestry as a Business."
This assembly is intended primarily
for students in the School of Business
Administration but others interested
are cordially invited.

CIA S SIFTEDDIRECTORY

NOTICE
NOTICE-If you are driving home
and wish to take passengers with
you so that the cost of thu trip will.
be minimized call AL the AD-
TAKER, 2-1214. MICHIGAN
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS.
BESS LEONARD- An 1 Florne
Schoolfield Young announce the
opening of classes in ballet, tap
and ballroom dancing, classes to be
held in the Michigan League, be-
ginning Saturday, December 10.
Dancing at nine-thirty following
evening ballroom classes. No charge
on opening night. Private lessons
by appointment. Phone 3544.
190
SEASONAL SUGGESTIONS- Wall
paper, paint. Samples, estimates.
Home Decorators since 1905. Dial
8107 or 7600.:300
FOR RENT
FOR RENT--Pasadena Apts., 414 S.
Division. Furnished 2-room apart-
metn, Frigidaire, bath, porch, mar-
ried couple preferred. 194
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Pedigree English Bull-
dog. Would make fine fraternity
mascot. Call 9572. 189

FINANCE CO.--Is selling late model
cars for balance due. 311 W. Huron,
2-2001. 19c
LOST
LOST-A leather notebook. With
Harvard seal on.cover. Bud Quar-
ton, phone 756 F 23. Reward. 191
LOST --Pair of glasses in blue case.
Reward, N. L. Reglein, Tel. 2-3236.
193
LOST-Yellow gold watch and chain
at Princeton game. Harold Stad-
field, Pittsburgh, Pa. on inside
cover and Beta crest on outside.
Reward. Finder please notify A. F.
Marquardt, 8555. 186
WANTED
WANTED-One-way passenger to
New York or Philadelphia, leaving
Dec. 16, or round trip returning
about Dec. 22. Call Lawyer's Club
room N21 192
WANTED-Two or three to share ex-
penses on trip to Philadelphia and
return. Over Xmas vacation. Call
2-1214. Box 7 B: 195
MEN-Wanting to make good money
on a commission basis, report to
Michigan Daily Office, Thursday,
Dec. 8, at 4:15 p. m. 188

TYPING-Notes, papers, and Grad.
Theses. C. Heckart. 3423. 35c
TYPING--Grad, theses a ,pecialty.
M. V. ;artsuff. 9087. 40c
LAUNDR1ES
LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
WASHING-.And ironing. Called for
and delivered. Silks and woolens
guaranteed satisfactory. 2-3478.
611 Hoover. 1ie
Jamaica women account for 70 per
cent of- the country's annual con-
sumption of 40,000 dozen pairs of
rayon hosiery.

Co-Operative House To
Offer 20 Free Meals
Twenty free meals will be offered
to members of the Michigan Co-Op-
erative Boarding house this week,
according to an annguncement by
the executive board. The offer has
been made possible through surplus
funds and food.
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MISS DEPAULY
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Reformer's Life To- Be
Shown In Picture Here
Martin Luther and the life of his
times will be presented in a moving
picture to be shown continuously
from 5 to 10 p. m. tomorrow in the
Grand Rapids room of the League.
The picture will be accompanied by
a lecture by Miss DePauly dressed in
a sixteenth century costume. She
has been a Red Cross nurse in Vienna
and now has offices in Detroit.
Among the highlights of the pic-
ture are the execution of John Huss,
rector of the University of Prague,
who was burned at the stake, Henry
IV, emperor of Germany, standing
with bare feet outside the castle of
Canossa seeking the forgiveness of
the Pope.
Other features of the film will be
the Diet of Worms, Tetzel selling in-
dulgences, Luther nailing the 95 the-
ses upon the door of the Castle
Church at Wittenberg in 1517, Lu-
ther's marriage with Catherine von
Bora and the Augsberg confession
in 1530 attesting the final victory on
Martin Luther and his teachings.
DAILY OEFICIAL
BULLETIN

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RECITAL

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DALE SISTERS AT CHUBBS
Patrons of the Chubb House will
be entertained Friday, Saturday and
Sunday by the Dale Sisters, cabaret
dancers, the management announces.
The team has, been brought back to'
Ann Arbor by popular request.
NEW YORK
$146.95 rd. trip

Attention Michigan Students
FLY H ME.
Ships Cruise at 140 to 160 Miles Per Hour
Speed - Comfort - Safety - Plus Thrills
Fly home and be there in time for dinner Friday evening, December
16. Look down from the clouds . .. watch the tiny vehicles below
... pass every means of transportation . . . laugh, cheer, lunch
en route . . . fly with the United States Mail . . . be with your
pals. Say when you return to school "I flew home"-then look
and see your picture in the Detroit News. Remember-no faster,
surer or more thrilling event can be purchased at any price.

Tiekets $1.00 -
$1.50 - $2.00 - $2.50

Choral Union
Series

HILL
AUDITORIUM

MONDAY, DEC. 12, at 8:15
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W. E. Lay, of the Mechanical Engi-
neering Department, will speak. All
graduate students in engineering are
cordially invited to be present.
Michigan Co-operative Bookstore:
All faculty members interested in the
formation of a co-operative book-
store are requested to attend a meet-
ing at the Michigan Union room 302
on Tuesday, December 13, at 7:45

Limited - Special
CAMPUS TRAVEL
BUREAU
at Chubb's 12-8 P. M.
GRE OUND

SCHEDULE
Flying Time Round Trip
New York City, 3 hours 35 minutes. .$50.00
Boston, 4 hours and 10 minutes. .,..$60.00
Cleveland, 50minutes ............. 15 00
Pittsburgh, 1 hour and 30 minutes.. $22.50
Charter your plane home for the price of train fare plus Pullman.
Pass everything in sight . . . meet your friends whom you left
behind at the railroad station, after they have spent a full night
en route or after they have spent hours on busses and exclaim,
"No fooling, I flew home to New York in only three and one-half
hours."

MICHIGAN BELL'
TELEPHONE CO.

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0 Reservations
B1ae IBy Students
For Flights Home
ichigan students are air-minded
niore ways than one, if the means
ransportation used by those go-
home for the Christmas vacation
be taken as an indication.
[ore than 200 students have al-
ly made reservations on airplanes
Friday, Dec. 16, according to
K. Richards, local representative
Trans-American Airways Corpo-
on and associated lines. Fourteen
nes have been chartered for
ugh trips, Richards said.
ir travel cuts the time for trans-
tation to New York to 3 hours
1 35 minutes, according to Rich-
s' schedule. A ride to ]Boston
es 4 hours and 10 minutes, while
lane goes to Pittsburgh in 1 hour
130 minutes.

Also Special Trips to-

PLAY PRODUCTION
of the Deportment of Speech and General Linguistics
presents
OHN DRINKWATER
distinguished English author, playwright, and lecturer
Subject:
"Literature and the Challenge of Our Age"
Hill Auditorium Saturday, Dec. 10
Seats 75c and 50c Tickets at Wahr's

Kansas City St. Louis
Buffalo Lousiville
Ironwood Dayibon .
Columbus

Youngstown
Chicago
Cincinnati

Beware of unauthorized agencies. The only authorized T. A. C.
airways ticket office in Ann Arbor will be found at the Parrot
Restaurant.

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Phone In Your Reservation Today

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Oratorical Association Lecture Course presents
FREDERIC WILLIAM WILE

have you tried a

CLASSES
NOW FORMING
STENOTYPY
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING
BOOKKEEPING
CALCULATOR
DICTAPHONE
SECRETARIAL
TRAINING
Day and Evening Classes
Hamilton
Business College
State & William Sts.
Phone 7831
17th Yr.

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Hill
Auditorium
Seats
50c & 75c

Thursday,
Dec. 8

sizzling
steak dinner?.

Tickets

TELEPHONE HOME
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LOW
EVENING AND NIGHT RATES
WHEN CONVENIENT

at Wahr's

Subject:
"BEHIND THE SCENES IN WASHINGTON"

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0 we are having sensational success
with our new "sizzling" steak service
- everyone acclaims the "sizzling"
steak dinner the most satisfying and
unique that theyhave ever eaten
0 why not plan to eat one of these
"sizzling" steaks tonight at the hut
-'a boneless steer sirloin steak
served "sizzling" hot to you - the
complete dinner costs seventy cents

Below are shown Day, Evening and Night Station-
to-Station Long Distance telephone rates from Ann
Arbor to representative points.

Ann Arbor to:

Day
(4:30 A.M.-
7:00 P.M.)

BOOKS --THE PERFECT GIFT

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Evening
(7:00 P.M.-
8:30 P.M.

Battle Creek ... .. $ .60
Chicago,. . ..1.05
Detroit ... .........30
Flint .45
Grand Rapids... .80
Houghton 2.00
Indianapolis 1.05
Jackson .30
Kalamazoo .70
Lansing........... .45
Marquette ....1.80
1%T, Vm..1 9 1 5

$ .45
.90
.30
.35
.60
1.50
.90
.30
.55
.35
1.35
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Night
8:30 P.M.
4:30 A.M.
$ .35
.60
.30
.35
.40
1.00
.60
.30
.35
.35
.90
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There is nothing better in the world than

A Good Book for a Christmas Gift

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