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October 11, 1933 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1933-10-11

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

New Ideas In Education To Be
Discussed At Parent Meeting

jects of their talks ,are: Prof. Mar-
guerite Wilker, director of the Nur-
sery School, who will speak on "Co-
operation of Children in the Home
through Language Influence;" Prof.
William C. Olsen, director of research
in child development, who will speak
on "Personality Factors in Delin-
quency;" Prof. Arthur E. Wood, di-
rector of the curriculum in social
work, who will speak on "Sociolo-
gical Factors in Delinquency;" Prof.-
Arthur Moehlman, who will speak on
"Reconstruction in the Schools;"
Prof. Stuart A. Courtis, who will talk
on "The Co-operative Approach to
the Solution of Educational Prob-
lems;" and Prof. W. C. Trow, who
will speak on "The German Youth
Movement and the Schools."

Chinese Painters'
Equipment Now In
Museum Display
Benjamin March, curator in the
Division of the Orient in the Uni-
versity Museum of Anthropology, has
just completed arranging a display
of tools used by Chinese artists,
which is on exhibition on the fourth
floor of the Anthropology Museum.
One part of the display case is
arranged as a Chinese artist would
arrange his desk before starting a
picture. To the artist's left there are

paper weights, a letter opener, and
an inlaid cover for the ink palette.
In the front are displayed two
vases for water used for the ink and
a small pot for cleaning the brush.
To the artist's right is a stick of
Chinese ink, a mixture of pine-soot
and glue, which is prepared for use
by grinding the end of the stick in
water on the ink palette. Palettes
used by the Chinese are commonly
made of stone or pottery, but the one
on exhibition is lacquer of the Eigh-
teenth Century.
Also on the artist's right is a brush
holder and a brush, placed beside a
handsomely-carved bamboo arm rest.
In another section of the case a
Chinese porcelain palette is dis-

played, showing the three most com-
mon pigments used in drawing, writ-
ing, and painting. A porcelain water
bowl, used by the painter, provides
both clean water and compartments
for washing brushes. beside this
water bowl, there is a display of pig-
ments in the form in which they are
sold by the merchants.
Every painting has on it the seal
of its artist. As a matter of fact, the
seal is a definite part of the picture,
according to Mr. Marsh, and for this
reason he has an interesting display
of seals. These seals are usually
carved of stone, and a seal impres-
sion is made by the painter or callig-
rapher as a final authentication of
his work.

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A very good assortment of the best we can buy.
Price and Quality considered
$1.25 -$1.50 --$1.75 -$2.00 - $2.25

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Too Often People Entertain the Opinion That Slater's Is Merely a Textbook
Store. This Is a Mistake Which We Wish to Rectify. Not Only Do Slater's
Carry the Newest of All Popular Editions In Fiction and Non-Fiction Works
But a Large Variety of Novelties and Sundry Things to Make Your Room
More Attractive Or to Make a Gift to Some One Back Home.

Latest Fal

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Fiction and Non-Fiction

FICTION
"IDA ELIZABETH" by Sigrid Undset, recommended by
th4 Book of the Month club.
"LOST HORIZON" by James Hilton, combining some
of the best feature of Stevenson and H. G. Wells.
"THE FAULT OF ANGELS" by Paul Hargan, amusing
light comedy and this year's Harper Prize Novel.
The Memorial Edition of "THE FORSYTHE SAGA"
by Galsworthy.
JUVENILE BOOKS;
All the latest children books including the Mickey Mouse
Pop Up Books.

NON-FICTION
Milton Waldman's "ENGLAND'S ELIZABETH." The
story of the virgin Queen and her only true love.
BURNS MANTLE PLAYS. The best plays of 1932-33.
"THE GREAT TRADITION" by Granville Hicks.
"THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME" by H. G. Wells
POETRY
"GIVE YOUR HEART TO THE HAWKS" by Robinson
Jeffers.
"TALIFER" by Edwin Arlington Robinson.
Complete works of Robert Service in one volume.

Popular Dollar Series
Blue Jade Library
New Edition of "FOUNTAIN" by Charles Morgan
"EDUCATION OF A PRINCESS," by Marie Grand Duchess of Russia
"GROWING INTO LIFE" by David Seabury.
"ASK ME ANOTHER"-Thousands of useful and interesting facts in
every field of knowledge.
OPPENHEIM'S OMNIBUS. A huge value in Mystery stories.
THE 100 WORLD'S BEST NOVELS (Condensed).
Also one volume editions of VOLTAIRE, IPSEN, De MAUPASSANT
and FLAUBERT.

95c

Modern Library

95c

The Best Sellers of From 5 to 50 Years Ago
"ALICE IN WONDERLAND"
"ROMANCE OF LEONARDO DA VINCI"
"ARROWSMITH"
"MAGGIE" by Stephen Crane
"SWANN'S WAY"
"DEATH COMES FOR THE ARCHBISHOP"
Complete Stock of MODERN LIBRARY GIANTS.

Your name, fraternity or soror-
ity embossed on each sheet of
stationery while you wait. 24
sheets and envelopes . . . .88c
Social cards
and Envelopes ........15c
Other boxes
of stationery, 25c to $1.50

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Schaeffer Pens $3
Parker Pens 3
Conklin Pens 3
Wahl Pens 5

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PLAYING
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Now that rushing is over
replace those muchly
soiled cards and start
your bridge game out
right.
Congress Cards .....60c
Others at 25c 35c 50c

Also Popular Dollar Pens

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WE HAVE REPAIR SERVICE ON ALL
MAKES OF PENS AND PENCILS

It is utterly impossible for us to list the various bargains and many varieties that
are carried in our store. We do not ask you to come and buy but to come and look.
Even if you do not want a new novel you may perhaps like to browse through the
latest fiction and look around for small knick-knacks that you can use. Take the
afternoon off and mill around the many tables and shelves in Slater's Bookstore.
You'll h surnrised nt the larne selection of thinas you see.

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