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February 12, 1935 - Image 3

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Persian Art To
Be Exhibited
Here Feb. 14
A collection of Persian miniature
paintings will be shown from Feb. 14
to March 14 in the south gallery of
Alumni Memorial Hall, it was an-
nounced yesterday by Dr. M. Aga-
Oglu of the department of fine arts.
The exhibition is sponsored by the
Research Seminary in Islamic Art of
the Division of Fine Arts.
This collection is the first of its
kind to be shown on the campus,
Dr. Aga-Oglu explained, and is made
possible through the kindness of the
owner, Mr. H. Kevorkian of New York.
Almost all schools and periods of
Persian pictorial art are represented
in the collection of over eighty paint-
ings, the pictures ranging in time
from the thirteenth to the seven-
teenth century, Dr. Aga-Oglu said.
One fresco is included in the exhibit,
while all the other pieces are illus-
trations from books.
In connection with the exhibit Dr.
Aga-Oglu is giving a series of three
lectures. The first, which will be
for faculty members, will be given
at 4:00 p.m., Feb. 15 in the south
gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall. A
second lecture for students will be
given at the same time and place on
Feb. 22, while a third for the inter-
ested public, likewise at the same time
and place, will be given on March 1.
The lectures will be illustrated with
lantern slides and will be followed
by discussion in the gallery
DOWAGIAC, Feb. 11- (AP) - A
house where an unsolved triple slay-
ing occurred in 1921 burned here
Monday and authorities were investi-
gating the origin of the fire.
fold, according to Robert P. Briggs ofI
the economics department, who is in
charge of the new fraternity finance
system is, (1) "To insure that your
financial officer will have an adequate
record of his stewardship of the funds
of the fraternity, (2) to be certain
that sound business principles are be-
ing applied to the management of fra-
ternities, and (3) to provide a basisI
for the formation of future lpolicies
in your fraternity."
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AT THE MICHIGAN players. The result is an hour and
"THE GUILDED LILY" more of laughs, more laughs, and
a little - not too much - pathos.
Claudette Colbert and featuring Fred Good shot: Reporter MacMurray
MacMurray, Ray Milland, Luis Alberni. forgetting to put his shoes back on
warren Hymer and C. Aubrey Smith. after munching popcorn on a down-
Also a Paul Tompkins organ program.
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy comedy town park bench with the object of
(very funny), and news reel. his affection.
It is difficult to conceive in any way Unexpected move: Nobleman Mil-
of a more complete transition than land's proposition about the inn!
Claudette Colbert makes in her jump Best sequence: Claudette wowing
from the seductive title role of "Cleo- New York with her singing and danc-
patra" to the part of a "typical" ing "act" when she can neither sing
American office girl who becomes the nor dance.
darling of two continents. In the Laurel and Hardy should, in pass-
first picture Miss Colbert was, as this ing, be given praise for elaborating
column said before. "comehithery." an old and over-ripe comic theme
In "The Guilded Lily" the brunette and making of it a short which has X
star is merely sweet, pretty and com- lots of hilarity without drawing vocal t
petent, which, after all, is quite disapproval from the citizenry.
enough. -G.M.W., Jr. -
And "The Guilded Lily" is, seen as AT THE MAJESTIC
a whole, as engaging and lacking m
the complex as its heroine. It's grand "a'Lives of a Bengal Lancer" with
Gary Cooper, Firanchot Tone and
entertainment, make no mistake Kathleen Burke.
about that! But Claudette is only a The current Hollywood passion for
trifle more than half of this comedy ThcurnHolw dpasnfr
hit. The other half is cably taken glorifying the jolly old British empire,
catre obythoerwa mrsboythkennoticed in Clive of India and The Iron
care of by two newcomers to the Duke, goes merrily on apace at the
screen - Fred MacMurray and Ray Dkge erl naaea h
Milland. MacMurray, who is cast in Majestic this week with Gary Cooper
the more sympathetic role of the and Franchot Tone dying and suffer-
two. shows to best advantage as he ing for the white man's burden and
follows up his forlorn love for Claud- th" king's pound.
ette. Milland is a young English All in all, it is swell stuff, enough
nobleman traveling incognito in the heroism on display to make many a
United States. Complications ensue male who can't get that extra yard.
when Reporter MacMurray links his through center or pass Sociology 51
name with Claudette's in a wild yarn dream of knocking the poor heathen
about how a "no" girl gave an Eng- into good Christian sense while an
lish lord the air. "The Guilded Lily" even number of females whose boy
makes the best use possible of its friends are down with the measles
three highly personable top-listed or mumps can visualize their heroes
Let Us Serve You
Throughout the last fif ty-two years, we have given
our best to the residents of Washtenaw County.
The results speak for themselves. We can be of
service to you, too.
Deposits in this bank are insured by the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation in the manner and to the extent
provided under the terms, of the Banking Act of 1933.
Farmers & Mechanics Bank
Main at Huron State at the Arcade

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