100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 02, 1954 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1954-05-02

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

r

VA: M
i

r $: i 1 L

~xx SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1954

-1

1 '

Intier-Arts Un inT r

- _.- ...
.. . f ....

\A/HITrc'(' AR (IiT- II~.I~J~.I

Ile wew

W ay

Presrentation Of S

to hontor !,he
Sweetest oft 'o liers
r f ..
Assorted Chocolate:s ,. a vari-
ety of fresh, delicious chocolates
beautifully decorated especially
for Mother's Day.
$1.25 lb. 2 11b,. $2.50
When you give_ Russell Sto e r a ies
.always fresh . ,. always deliciou. . , you're
sure it's the finest Mother's Day gift,

j By DEBRA DURCHISLAG
A three-day celebration of the
arts will begin Thursday under
the sponsorship of the Inter-Arts'
jUnion.
Featuring original student works
in drama, ballet, music and paint-
ing, the sixth annual Inter-Arts
jFestival will include three even-
ing performances, an afternoon
poetry reading session, and art
exhibit.
x *

<*';

., P oo raphers Y
I I luI nd Paintings, Sci
r~~ Shohw iare in
ipaedfo a A bequest of paintings and
'I n 1' l-~nhamGaleris, sculpture by Edgar B. Whitcomb is
~ L h~ nd ondtios jnow on exhibit at the Detroit In-
t t: Io tre exibitI stitute of Arts.
0-j Ci'dii'd crres to I~ The 15 paintings and two pieces
r le, my b obtine atMo" of sculpture will be grouped in one
Jewery SoreCardand gallery. Many other works, pre-
t zt ea SopTh Qurry In.,sented by the Whitconzbs which
4(ili-b cee Du O are in permanent exhibits in oth-
_______________________-er galleries, will be specially mark-
1a I ns Ex ibit ed.*
~ining inIinkln Wikisof Dolo on the Brenta" by Fran-
cesco Guardi, 18th century Vene-
tian painter, and "Briseis returned
OerttIsitt o rs.to Achilles" by Peter Paul Ru-
. o wl nluetepan_- bens, 17th century Flemish mas-
'"sielondbyte 'hl- A marble relief sculpture,
C p~ii Mueumof At, s wll Ma donna and Child," the work
seic-l i llniary studies for of Mino de Fiesole in the 15th
ne wrks.century, is on exhibit, with a
Tinsexubilon s aother in the marble "Head of a Boy" from
A Inthtcs s rie f month- Rome, dating from the first cen-
h~ci in Poes shows. tury B.C.

ulpture Gift
O\rt Institute
Numerous other painters, Van
Dyck, Constable, Fragonard, and
Rembrandt among them, are reX-
resented.
The Whitcomb gifts of painting
represent, Dutch, English, Flemish,
tSpanish, Italian and Chinese
Schools.
AN ILLUSTRATED catalogue
has been prepared by Edgar P.
TRichardson, Institute Director, to
"commemorate the exhibit. In ad-
dition to comment on the art
Sworks, the booklet has 60 illustra-
tions, six of them in full color.
Whitcomb and his wife, Anna
Scripps Whitcomb, died within six
months of one another in 1953.
Their bequest carried on a family
tradition begun by Mrs. Whit-
comb's father, James E. Scripps.
His gift of paintings in 1889 was
the foundation of the, museum's
collection of old masters.

II
4

THE STUDENT festival has in
other years presented combined
student work in opera as well as
other arts. Discussion periods aft-
er the performances have also
been a feature of the Inter-Arts
Festivals, and will be included in
this year's programs.
The Festival will start official-
ly on Friday with the opening
of the art exhibit in the Archi-
tecture Building Hall. Contribu-
tions in all art media are still
being accepted in the Genera-
tion office, Student Publications
Building.
Chamber music will be the bill
of fare at 8 p.m. Friday in the
Henderson Room of the League,
The program will include songs as
well as string works. Six songs by
Fred Coulter, '54SM, and four Eng-
lish songs by Dave Tice will be pre-
sented.
A sonata for violin and piano
by Gordon Sherwood, Grad., a trio
for viola, clarinet and piano by
Coulter, and two piano pieces by
Sherwood will complete the pro-
gram.

.****.l<e,.c..**....A........ . . . . . ..t

r ._

(

Sifts in

STUDENTS EIAE-oh li'
will be presented k-i hesit anul.

Horlne Fashioned Jiworites. . , a
temnptin a sso)r tinent including
Special for Mother's Day.. . pecan roll, fudge, butter bons,
2 lbs. chocolates beautifully jbellies.
wrapped in rich blue foil . .. $1.25 lb. 2 lbs.$2.50
satin ribbon . .. pretty pink rose.
$3.25 2 lbS.

POETRY READING, followed K
by an informal coffee hour, will be I \V 1
]presented at 2:30 p.m. Saturdayl
in the Union. Students will read
their own poems, with mimeo- I3 nin

r Uni2,
W ,ri h

One.
Pt'

>.

i

graphed copies available for gen-
eral discussion.
Drama and ballet will share
the spotlight on Saturday even-
ing. Two one-act plays will be
presented: "A Cocktail Quad-
rille" by Gayle Greene, '56, and
"Higher and Higher Down" by
Renee Kluger, Grad. The Ballet
"The Legend of John Henry,"
with music by Donald Harris,
Grad., and choreography by Ro-
bin Squier, '54, will also be fea-
tured. This program will take
place 8 p.m. Saturday in Bar-
bour Gymnasium Dance Studio.
The Festival will close 8 p.m.
Sunday in the Henderson ROOM.,
The chamber music program will
include a sonata for flute and
Ipiano by Bruce Wise, Grad., a solo
viola sonata by Fred Fox, Grad.,
a set of songs by Reginald Hall,
Grad., and a string quartet by
I Edward Chudacoff, Grad.

By DAVID KAPI AN
New York University will ofr ,
its first summer writir~g con [erern (i'l ; ,M
from June 21 to July 30, with tey
workshops in fiction, poetry, <,r,' 1
playwriting, to bo conducted b
Frederick Buechner, novist. 11Jr- sin '
ace Grego",y, poet, and Arthur Ar-m
ent, playwright. (
The speciia s>ummer po c.";
designed primarily forbei n
writers, will be directed byOfr
Cairgill, chaiyman o h olg ~~~
of Arts and Sciences at the ui iir-(>
sity.
TIS session v ill givetn u-j.1w
dents "a chan.ce to cri~ici: oe u n>i
another's mteihn gvead-
take' workshop fashion uinder thie p T
guidance of established authiors,"
Cargill states.
The workshops, wh-ich-1.3illbeI _ x
conducted at theti ashingo - ~
Square College, ar- open to d-.lx
gree candidates and tofohri- ,
terested persons wh .o may regi-pc~0

'1

ll l s

-.
,, -;
.-
wr
r -'

EXCLUSIVE AT
Chester Roberts Gi"fts
312 South State

Our gift to your Mother
stockings~ and two golden initial
joins .. . both dlightfutlly personal.
Fashion right Sap phi res are Personalized
to her leg for a sheath like fit .
.('t more comnf ort and wear than she'd
erer imagine ... and she'll love those
initials for her lapel. Short, average, long
legs in cost u me-can ed colors, two initials
affixed to each gift wrahPped box of
pairs, 5.50
MAIN AT LIBERTY Am ABoak

K

'OPEN MONDAY UNTIL 8:30 P.M.-~

_ __

ii
.
,.

>,

We Will Gift VapadMi
Free of Charuge Your
M s D ay zift

I

.4
rtU:, :

$_ e

Here ore a few of the may
Gift Sgetosfor Mother

Canterbury Nylon Cardigans
Dalton Cashmere Slip-Ons
Haymaker Cotton Shrts
Markay Nylon Blouses .
Blairmoor Orion Shrugs
Serbin of iamiPro-,,at ,es

F " f 8.9 5
" 7.95
4.95 &5.95

"7.95 t
0 . .

10.95
4.,95

41
C)C
I

SHOP EARLY FOR
SUNDAY, MAY 9th
MAYWE SUGGEST:
Lingerie
NYLON SUMMER GLOVES
SUMMER BAGS
BLOUSES
SCARVES
FLOWERS
THAT-ALL-IMPORTANT DRESS
EISENBERG JEWELRY
HOS IERY

Only the finest quality at prices that are fair
.:.:.....: .::. .. .' 'f t. .::::. . :,.......::.. .: :.....

r

*5}9 7.95
1.00 &1.95

Scrves by Vera

0

9 0

C kEntire tock f E-. i3 G LI ..fSE,

Regularly 5.95 to 14.95

F

') _ t

111 1

III

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan