Arts: Still Squabbling

When Sculptor Gutzon Borglum quarreled with the committee in charge of the Memorial which is being cut into the front of Stone Mountain, Ga. (TIME, Mar. 2 et seq.) and Augustus Lukeman was appointed in his place, many people thought that the long squabble had been buried at last with the Confederate dead which the Memorial is to commemorate. True, there were those who suggested that Sculptor Lukeman was better fitted to carve epitaphs on tombs and chisel dates on cornerstones than to model soldiers, but such people were laughed down.


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