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Hardly satisfied with this compromise, Arthur A. Stoughton, in commenting on the annual end-of-the-year exhibition in May, 1923, lamented that the city council had not had the opportunity to see this exhibition before deciding to halve their grant. In his review, he attempted to point out the service that had been rendered by both the Art Gallery and the School of Art to the community: Sir, -The reason as given in the press for the Finance committee's action in jettisoning the annual grant for the Winnipeg School of Art, was because the School includes in its curriculum the teaching of commercial art.

When it had grown to the limit of its quarters it died. 1 Frank H. Johnston I n late September of 1924, with the existence of the School JL of Art in jeopardy, the provincial government finally pledged $2,500 to rescue it. In accordance with the terms of the Technical Education Act, an equal sum became available from the federal government. The two together accounted for $5,000 of the $8,950 needed to run the School. 2 Funds for student scholarships were inadequate, so members of the Art Committee decided to approach prominent business firms in the city to remedy the shortfall.

Nevertheless, if Canadian artists resented not being considered for the new post at the Winnipeg School of Art, their objections have not come to light. Rosenberg was probably right in saying that there were qualified Canadians. Locally, however, it is difficult to think of anyone whose credentials equalled Musgrove's. There is probably some truth to Rosenberg's accusation that, in his decision to engage a Scottish-trained principal, McDiarmid gave evidence of favouritism toward the land of his ancestors.

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