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October 28, 1948 - Image 6

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Michigan

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By HERB ROVNER
It looks like the circus is comning to town, but instead it's "Michi-.
gan on Canvas," a collection of 100 paintings depicting life in this
state, which will arrive here tomorrow by truck.
The exhibition whose Ann Arbor showing was arranged by Pro-
fessor Jean Paul Slusser through the J. L. Hudson Co. of Detroit will
open tomorrow night at the Rackham Galleries. Prominent among the
artists represented will be Prof. Carlos Lopez of the College of Archi-
tecture who has fifteen paintings in the collection.
PROF. LOPEZ was one of ten artists commissioned by a committee
composed. of all the art museum directors of Michigan to produce the
paintings for "Michigan on Canvas."
According to Prof. Lopez, it took over a year to finish the pic-
tures and cost the backers, the Hudson Co., nearly $100,000.
Prof. Lopez painted one of the works under difficulties. Traveling
on a Coast Guard cutter to the mouth of the St. Mary River for ma-
terial, he was stricken with pneumonia and hospitalized i11 Sheboygan
"PERHAPS," HE SAID, "this explains to some extent the bigness
of the ice and smallness of the ship in "U. S. Coast Guard Cutter
Mackinaw," one of my pictures in the collection."~
The pictures of down town Detroit cost Prof. Lopez many hours
while he drove around Detroit, trying to find a suitable spot where he
could paint.
"The best place to do it from was a parking lot. I told the
attendant what I was doing, but he was entirely unim-
pressed. He told me that if I wanted to park here I1 had to pay.

WINTER SPORTS-One of the paintings in the J. L. Hudson exhibit is "Skiing at Caberfae," by
Carlos Lopez, which shows the area near Cadillac, Michigan.

LudentTutors. Needed -for Midterm Rush

"LAKE MICHIGAN DUNES5"-
Executed by Aaron Bohrod, this
is another of the 100 Michigan
scenes in the exhibit.
There's a book in your f uture
--the Ensian, what else!

Student tutors are still needed
the Union Tutorial Service, ac- number 'of harrassed students
rding to Dick Foote, chairman seeking aid, many more tutors will
the House Committee. be needed, Foote pointed out.
With midterms fast approaching Applications from prospective
d the expected increase in the tutors will be accepted from 3 to

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dent Offices of the. Unico
The tutorial service is opf
all students on campus,
charge of $1.00 per hour.

OPENING TONIGHT

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FOR THE picture accompany-
ing this story, Prof. Lopez went
to Caberfae, a popular skiing re-
sort for 'U' students near Cadil-
lac.
In addition to Prof. Lopez's
works, the other artists repre-
sented in the collection are
Doris Lee, Arnold Blanch, Joe
Jones, Zoltan Sepeshy, Johnt De-
Martelly, David Fredenthal,
Aaron Bohrod, Alfred Dehn and
Ogden Pleissner.

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