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TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1929

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

DONOVAN PRIZES MODERN ART'S DAR
AWARDTF TO 11 BY PACH TO SO

Walter Pach, translator of Elie
Eleven Donovan scholarships Faure's "History of Art," attributed
have been awarded to students in the originality, courage, daring, and
the College of Engineering for the fecundity of modern art to the
coming school year, according to pent-up energy of the post-medie-
the announcement of Prof. H. W. Ival period which was released in
t the tumult of the French Revolu-
Miller of the Department of Me- tion and the subsequent eighteenth
chanism and Engineering Drawing century social revolutions, in a re-
for the Scholarship committee. cent address on the Trowbridge
The following men have been foundation at Yale.
granted stipends: Karl Kammer- Professor Pach, who is of the
meyer, '30; Robert Lormer Smith, New York University faculty,
'30; Allan Daniel Forbes, '30; Don- broadened his topic to include
ald LaVerne Katz, '31; James D. paintings of the nineteenth cen-
Redding, '30; Louis C. Hoey, '31; tury as well as those of some
Clarence E. Larson, '31; Andrew schools dating even earlier. To il-
Daniel Hasley, '30; Matthew Carl lustrate his point that all great
Haddon, '30; Haig Stephen Iskiyan, works of art are essentially mod-
Jr.; '30; and Chalmer G. Kirkbride, ern, he cited the works of Dela-
'30. croix, whose pictures, modeled upon
These scholarships are awarded the frescoes of Roman Pompeii,
to men who are partially or en-! have in them the spirit of great--
tirely earning their way through ness a canvas to be termed "mod-,
school and whose general scholas- ern" must have.
tic average is at least B. Art of the "retardetire" school

ING ATTRIBUTED Shipping Board Award _II 111 na II n nu n nIII oI IIItml m III nummII mmmmmmmmmII im nII
CIAL REVOLUTIONS Given To J. U. Durham
Professor Pach declared to be es- J U'2
sentially worthless inasmuch as it Jules Urban Durham, '29E, has [clncheon
is out of harmony with any age, been granted the American Bur-
being a degenerate imitation Lof eau of Shipping prize of $100, ac- Teas
some former period cording to Prof. E. M. Bragg of the
Department of Naval Architecture Served Dinners
MUSKEGON HEIGHTS L and Marine Engineering.
FORMER MAYOR DIES This award is made each year to
the senior in Naval Architecture
MUSKEGON, Micn., June 25.- who has made the best record in
Alonzo A. Dunn, 68 years old, for- thoehnalsuet stfrecorei IHatedvT
the technical subjects of his course,he I a nt d T v r
mer mayor of Muskegon Heights, ,-1417 EAST HURON STREET
and founder of the Muskegon Telephioe 7781
Heights Gas company, died at his PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
home here Saturday. He is sur- We have all makes.
vived by his widow, two sons, Rob- Remington, Royals. Dine in the Old Fashioned A imosphere f our Colonial Days
ert H. Dunn, member of the Mich- Corona. Underwood
Colored duco finishes. Price $60.;=illlllmi18ilIIm11 m I
igan Public Utilities commu ission,,111i]111111iltlfilIllllll dll#61S '
and former presdent of the Mus- 0. D. MORRILL -
kegon Heights board of Education, 17 Ni, kels Arcade Phone 6615 READ THE DAILY CLASSIFIEDS!
and R. Glenn Dunn, former Mus--
kegon county prosecutor, and a
daughter, Mrs. G. Ennaney, of East
Lansing. UU ImioIr'I117A"AMIC Ar A 'T rr C cYrrvr-f n A 10 1%n

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3rd.

YOUR LAST CHANCE

SHOE PRICES SLASHE0D HEL IMIT

298 Pairs Men's Florsheims
10 Broken Lots of New $10.00 Styles to be discontinued
and closed out entirely. Blacks, Tans, Calf and Scotch
Grain Leathers, broad or medium toes. We
can fit you. Choice.................. . .9 .
Other Florsheim Styles at $8.70 and $10.00
Ladies' Street & Dress Oxfords & Pumps
In this department you will find some real bargains. There
is every shade, leather and styles you may want.
$3.90, $4.90, $5.45 and $6.45
Values up to $10.00

Men's Street and Dress Oxfords
We have about 500 pairs of very fine Street Shoes and
Oxfords for men that will be offered at very low prices,
for they must be turned into cash--$10.00 values, $7.45;
$8.00 and $9.00 values, $6.45; $7.50 and
$8.00 values, $5.45. One big lot of .......$4.45
Sport and Golf Oxfords
Very Cheap
Our line of Sport and Golf Oxfords for Women has been
the talk of State Street. We have sold a car load already,
but have over 250 pairs left that will be cut still deeper to
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