.. THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Professor Arthur Boak Retires After 43 Years
University Lends Sketches for Tours
carry on systematic planting and
cropping of trees there in the
hope of promoting good forestry
In reading, Prof. Boak is fond of
travel and biography books and is
"I acquire a lot of useless infor-
mation," he explained, "and do not
use my leisure time for study, but
Upon retiring, Prof. Boak plans
to stay in Ann Arbor and continue
with research and publication in
the field of Roman history.
"I also hope," he added, "to
catch up with a lot of neglected
reading and other things of inter-
est that academic duties have
forced me to postp'one-including
a moderate amount of traveling."
Inter-House Council yesterday
announced the appointment of
four committee chairmen for the
school year, 1957-58.
Heading the committees will be:
Publicity and Public Relations,
Phillip G. Zook, '60; Scholarship,
Carl V. Page, '60E; Orientation,
Boren L. Chertkov, '60; and House
Service, Peter L. Wolff, '59.
TOP AMERICAN SCULPTOR-John Bernard Flannagan draws
simply but powerfully. Besides "Buffalo;"-the University Museum
owns two other pieces of this artists work.
STILL LIFE -- 1953 saw the last of the still life American artist Henry Lee MCFee, born in 1886.
FASCINATING LONDON OO--This French artist, Henri Gau-
dier-Brzeska, draws two penguins from real life in London Zoo.
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