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University Alumni Asked
Ts F Saloon Retuir
To A. A'U-W ca U
1zEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 9.- A
f M odern Artcall to college and university alumni
th. oughout the land to oppose the
return of the saloon under repeal was
'There Is Nothing Q eer issued last week by the Yale Alumni;
Weekly. Said the weekly in part:
About Modern Art,'Says "The universities of the country are
particularly interested in all local as sale of spiritous liquors to be con-
wellas general policies that are to be sumed on retail premises is not to be
followed after repeal, because of the permitted - otherwise we shall have
fact that they stand in the relation of the old saloon system back, which
temporary guardians to the youths certainly was no benefit to any large
that fill their campuses. group of graduates or to anybody
"It makes a great deal of difference else."
what those public policies are to be,
and what the public sentiment is to Too many boys and girls are going
be that will support them. to college whom nature intended to
"The universities will be most anx- be working with a pick and shovel. -
ious to see that any wide-open public Dr. Charles W. Burr.
-Associated Press Photo
Cary Grant and Virginia Cherrill of the films have refused to make
any announcement of their plans, although friends say they momen-
tarily expect word of the couple's engagement.
Pledoings Announced Houses.
Entertain With Dances, Dinners
Despite its novelty and distinctive
characteristics, there is really nothing
strange about modern art, since itE
follows the same universal principles
as art of previous epochs, Prof. De-
Witt H. Parker of the philosophy de-
partment said yesterday in speaking
on an aesthetic analysis of modern
art at the meeting of the American
Association of University Women at
Modern art, according to Professor
Parker, is a distinct product of this
epoch and cannot be denied, since it
expresses our culture and civilization.
A strange attitude toward modern art
is prevalent now; curiously enough
people feel even a certain repugnance
to modern art, he said.
After stating that a student of the
aesthetic must observe all forms of
art such as music, drama, poetry, as
well as painting alone, Professor
Parkeradescribed a picture as a sen-
suous surface, made up of colors,
lines, light and shade which all com-
bine to form shapes. These lines, orI
colors as the case may be, have a
certain beauty and significance for
themselves, he said.
A picture undertakes to be a repre-
sentation of some part of the visible
world, presenting a panorama of na-
ture to the observer. Every picture
also has a pattern or design other
than its photographic effect.
According to Professor Parker al
picture may be treated as an exact
photographic representation or may
be distorted, or stylized. Stylization is
done to emphasize the beauty of color
and line, or the pattern, or for sub-
ject emphasis as in caricatures. Pic-
tures are also stylized to create a
more poetic effect and to avoid the
prosaic effect which might result if
nature were observed too slavishly.
Professor Parker illustrated his lec-
ture with slides, including some by
Cesanne, Picasso, Gainsborough, and
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.Pl the series of Sunday musicales.
Student Poll At Columbia
Shows Unusual Trends - _
(By Intercollegiate Press) Look Your Loveliest
NEW YORK, Dec. 9. -The fresh-
men at Columbia College don't go so *ohesa *. .
strong for "great big football men."
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24 to pursue other graduate study.
One frosh said he felt he would
have accomplished his most cherished
lesire if, after four years of college,
he could be allowed to "sleep in
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