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… FILMS, MUSIC, FEATURES, SPORTS, FASHIONS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 CHANGING TECHNIQUES: AFW .11 .9". [gLi it~gutn &tif THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN PAGE ON AV*& A r Steady Growth Seen in Matisse Works CHAPEL OF THE ROSARY OF THE DOMINICAN NUNS OF VENCE, PHOTOGRAPH SHOWS MATISSE'S STAINED GLASS WINDOWS AND ST. DOMINIC. By FRANK M. LUDDEN Instructor in Fine Arts fHENRI MATISSE was preparing to cele- brate his eighty-fifth bir...…

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… SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 PAGE 2 THE ,''CHIGAN DAILY PAPERBACK EDITIONS: Two 'Scholarly' Theatrical Books Reviewed By WILLIAM WIEGAND of what kind of "theater" he was THE paperback publisher pro- searching for.x vides the reader no greater "THE Idea of a Theater" is service certainly than that of re- frankly written by a scholar. - printing worthwhile books which Although the note on the author have either been too expensive in lists a...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 THE MICHIGAN INDOOR SPORTS CONTEST: DAILY PAGE 3 Big TenChampions Up for Decision Saturday By PHIL DOUGLIS EVERY YEAR around this time as March blows in like a lion. along with it cones "Big-Ten" night, a vertable three ring circus of indoor sports events. Two months of prepaiation in dual meets, none of which count in the standings, have gone before, and all this culminates in one mad evening during which four...…

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…PAGE 4 ONLY PICTORIAL VALUES: THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 Wid cres oeDefinit* rolm lIl r o l y ERNEST THEODOSSIN N15 ,w e i ea a m d t presentations on them. This mans and oppulent. But beyond this black and white in roor. But the "Brigadoon," with familiar Gene iN s 195,pweaCineamtmere itsr that a standard-siced film is en- these is little msore. scenic designer went to such ex- Kelly choreography, tried very firs apearnce...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY M IM SUNAY.FEBUAR 2, 155 HE.ICIGA _DALY A i A Readers may call the Wom's staff, NO. 2-3241 to learn whe" Illustrations by Coralyn Fitz,'56 A&D clothes may be purchased. Inspired by the "long stemmed" spring silhouette, de- signers have given a new smartness to casual clothes suitable for dorm lounging. Above in "a" to "e" order. CUMMERBUND WAIST-CATCHER-A dashing red cum- merbund fashions the...…

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…PAG E 6 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 MODERNIST MATISSE: Note Continual Growth in Works of Late French Painter (Continued from Page 1) talents and the gradual elimina- one. It was the struggle to attain Even in the early 1900's when Matisse's development and pro- tion of crudities and impurities in consistency. Matisse was being called a "wild gress over the years has rarely his performance. In all this how- beast" by the pu...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE7 CLOSE TO MADDING CROWD: Mason Hall Lobby Packing Them In EDUCATION EN MASSE-Unlike the ignorant masses of American intersections, this is an educated mass of a Michigan intersection. Monday through Friday, at 10 and 11 a.m. they congregate in Mason Hall lobby-some going to class, some coming from class and some just rolling with the tide. PROF. LOUISE CUYLER: Variations on Many Themes -Da...…

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…f- PAG E 8 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 4 VERDI'S OPERA TO BE GIVEN: Falstaff Performance Very Difficult Matter By DONALD KRUMMEL i e apn A PERFORMANC of Verdi's with a profound intellectual con- realize that an opera depends on Falstaff is a feat of which ception, a combnation found else- the art of music, which has the this campus should be justly where in operatic music only in power not so much to establish proud. To everyone's admission, the w...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE 9 SOUTHERN GOTH IC: Realism in Faulkner's M tical Pastures ed-even today-by whirh Main- "Now what?" Gavin asked, highei tiibute than this to be paid, my installed bim in his herst isp- "What are you waitine for now?' for wben peop1e are embarrassed ci. "y receipt," Lucas said, thry usually eithe il1ughb or cry. p S OME of Faulkner' smplest And tbr irony lies in the tart William Fasulknei lis ro...…

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…PAGE 10 THE MCHIGA NDAILY CI JLIK~nL CEN ,A'fKY1LI,1P9-? JUI IUAY ff3RJ iY 27, 1955 WE HAVE the inimitable songs of TOM LENRER His Lyrics, His Music, His So-Called Voice and Piano VOLUME I (Volume I /is expected very soon) Also, We Have "THE INVESTIGATOR" y sW udic PC e -ftte 300 South Thoyer Just West of Hill Auditorium Phone 2-2500 and 8-7200 _ " , ; -# K4 ; ' ,^ '' . , ' > h t e , . _?.. 5 3 3 1 , 'n ' A }- 44 ^ti .... L+. . . ,, ,, ...…

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… SUNDAY,EEBRUARY_?,_1955 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 20TH CENTURY CRAFTSMANSHIP: PAGE 11 w Violin Make By DEBRA DURCHSLAG many years to play POPULAR legend has it that in, and a strongl that story of fine violins began may take from 40 t in the 17th century and ended in fore it "sounds." the esrly 18th.Plyncasst It is true that during this period Playing causes th the modern violin was developed, brate more sympat when the names of the Italian mo...…

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…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 195 I PAGE 12 THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'U' MUSICOLOGIST: Prof. Cuyler Plays Parts of Author, Teacher, Reviewer I I (Continued from Page 7) while doing research, and conduct- ed negotiations between the Uni- versity and Stellfield's heir, Ma- dame von Strydonck. Prof. Cuyler has held several positions in national music groups. She is National Secretary for the American Musilogical Society, and is past chairman of the Musico...…

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