Arts: In Cleveland

Surrounded by dreary houses, blackened by the soot that creeps into the air from factory chimneys and shaken at intervals by sluggish trolley cars, there stands in Cleveland a building known as Slovenian Hall—rendezvous for exiled Serbians, Croatians and Slovenians. Last week this hall blazed with light and wit. The Slovenians of Cleveland entertained their most widely celebrated countryman, Ivan Mestrovic, sculptor. Ivan Zorman, spokesman for Cleveland Slovenians, was toastmaster; other prominent citizens—John Gornik, Frank Tomic, Rev. George Petrovic, Bojeslav Mihalievic, W. M. Milliken— spoke. In the Cleveland Museum of Art,...

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