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April 15, 1958 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1958-04-15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESAY]ARIL 5 is
'UPtf ebr~ anig hw EDUCATION SCHOOL LECTURER:
A three-mhan show of the re- FihrA ade eee>SuyG a
cent works of Prof. Albert Mullen s
an yrvngKauma, taf mm-John Fisher, lecturer in the edu-
bers of the University_ School ofr a cation school, has been chosen will be hield Aug. 1824 at Camp: nell University; E C. Coiwell.,
Architecture and Design, and .0 a~long with 60 other men and Miniwanca, the grounds of the Dean of the Faculties, Emory Uni-
Prof. King Calkins, on the facul- : women from colleges across the' American Youth Federation. Ivrsity; Albert W. Dent, President,.
,F ilrd'nvrst;ad ,hi
ty of Eastern Michigan College, country to receive the 1958 Dan- Danforth Foundation Trustees Dilrnvriy n onR
opened last night at the Forsythe forth Teacher Study Grants, ac- maeteapitet)pnEmnPeietBl tt
Gallery with tJie artists appear- cording to Dr. Kenneth T. Brown, recommendation of an AdvisoryTecrsClg.
ing with their paintings. ~Executive Director of "the Danforth Council, consisting of Dorothy V. OtesothCuniaeL.D
The display is primarily of im- fEa Foundation, St. Louis, Mo. N. Books, Dean of Women Cor- akw en olg fEua
portant watercolors by the three ThficniatsjtoUnvriyoFTxs ld
atssPrfCaknhabenaTewnning cniae were Holbrook, Professor of Philophy,
artits.Pro. Clkis hs ben chsen rom360nomnatonspro Albi A-.Oberlin College; Philip ,H. Phenix
frequent winner in Michigan vided by the deans of the accredit- tI-V iTo Tai Prf~o dctoTahr
watercolor shows. Prof. Mullen Pr fhe liioesso fEuaioTah
eaco'egesfmateaUnitedhStatesct College, Columbia University :ad
andssoiss $afmn=rebohrbsrat The selection was made on theUn ro m wellzP11Clarence Stoughton, Pesidet,
impessonits basis of academic ability, personaljWiebeg
This, exhibit will be on display! qaltietroisigeuccssinCollege. :

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COLUMBIA PICTURES present A SAM SPIEGEL PRODUCTION
WILLIAM HOLDEN
ALEC GUINNESS * JACK HAWKINS
In THE, 3RIDGE
* TE RIVSER KWAI
CINEMASCOPE " TECHNICOLORO

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Feature Daily at 12 30-3 :20-6:15 & 9:05 P.M.
PRICES -This Engagement!
Nights and. Sundays $1.25
Weekday Matinees 90e
*o pening WEDNESDAY o
"A BETTER FILM ABOUT WAR BENEATH
THE OCEAN HAS NOT BEEN. MADE !/
CROWTHER, TIMES
"POWERFUL SEA DRAMA !
VIGOROUSLY DIRECTED AND ACTED!"
-- PEUWICK, JOURNAL-AMERICAN.

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