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January 14, 1916 - Image 6

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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY
ALK-OVER Why Not Have LYNDON? WHITEY T
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SCHOOL OF MUSIC WILL
SkE PUBLIC RECiTAL
Ad vanced Students of Pliano and Vio.
lin Departments Offer Program
This Afternoon
A public students' recital will be
given at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon at
the school of music by advanced stu-
dents of the piano and violin depart-
ments. The general public is invited
to attend.
The following program will be of-
fered:
Piano quartet G minor ........ Mozart
(First movement)
Elsie Lincoln, piano; Lucy Cannon,
Violin; J. P. Cooley, Viola.; W. B.
Moore, 'cello.
Two Consolations .............. Liszt
Aufschwung )
Grillen )............ Schumann
Claire Darville
Rigandon ..................... Raff
Myra Moon
Pastorale varie.............Mozart
Guitarre ................ Moszkowsni
Elsie Lincoln
Etude, Op. 10, No. 3.........Chopin
Capriccio, Op. 76, No. 2......Brahms
Waldesrauschen...............Liszt
Carol Wadhams
"Meditation" from "Thais"...Massenet
Mazurka, G major ........Mlynarski
C. H. Post
Two Intermezzi from Op. 76... Brahms
Hazel McCauley
Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 13.....Liszt
Grace Richards
Rhapsody, Op. 119, No. 4......Brahms
Andrew Haigh
Call Lyndon for good pictures.
The Ann Arbor Press-Phone No. 1.
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MatineesWeko
Wednesday IA RIC eko
and Sat. GARRICK nIh
DETROIT
MAY IRWIN in
" 33 Washington Square"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
Friday, Jan. 4-"The House of Tears,"
a strong Metro feature with Vnily
Stevens as the star.
Saturday, Jan. 15.-Irene Fewick in
"The Conuters." Kleine return.Also
fart Ten of "The Trip Around the
World" series.
WAR HAS SHOWN
WEAKNESS OF U.S.
Fngland's Failure to Supply Munitions
1as Been Ascribed to Lack of
Industrial Research
UNIVERSITIES S H O U L D 11 EL P
Articles dealing with England's fail-
ure in meeting the need for supplies
in the present war are frequently
found in magazines and newspapers
nowadays. Competent critics have laid
no small share of the blame to the
fact that there was not enough indus-
trial research in the universities, and
have emphasized the need of a close
relationship between universities and
the various industries.
The Great War has opened the eyes
of the American public to more than
one aspect of preparedness for war
which no one will deny is a serious
question.
One phase of the problem which is
receiving more prominence every day
is the lack of industrial preparedness.
On December 9 of last year, Mr. R. L.
Sessions, '09, in an address before the
University of Michigan section of the
American Chemical society, cited the
lack of tungsten, which is absolutely
necessary in the production of high
speed machine tools, such as are es-
sential in the manufacture of shells.
"There is a need of industrial pre-
paredness," said Prof. A. H. White, of
the chemical engineering department,
yesterday. "This kind of prepared-
ness is a matter of time and money.
Many products which before the war
had to be imported are now made in
this country. Porcelain and glassware
equal to the best of that made in Eu-
rope is now being made here. The
present war has caused an unprece-
dented expansion in the steel indus-
try. The coke industry, too, has grown
in importance. Benzol, used in the
manufacture of certain explosives, is
a product of the coke industry".
Synthetic indigo, the first in this
country, will shortly be put on the
market by the Dow Chemical com-
pany, of Midland, Mich. Prof. L. H.
Cone, of the chemistry department,
has perfected the process.
The United States is entirely de-
pendent on the nitrate fields of South
America for its sodium nitrate used
in the production of nitric acid, which
is essential to the manufacture of ex-
plosives. Germany met the. inevit-
able shortage by laying in a year's
supply. At the present time Germany
has perfected a process of extracting
nitrogen from the air.
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SWING SAYS ROUMANIA
CAN DECIDE GREAT WAR
(Continued from Page One)
the war is far from over.
In concluding, Mr. Swing eulogized
the work of Sir Edward Grey and von
Bethmann-Hollweg, German Imperial'
chancellor, asserting that the real
hope for the future lies in the strenu-
ous opposition to all reactionaryj
movements by these two great ideal-
ists, who are, above all, fair-minded,
and carry the. interests of humanity
at heart.

AT THE THEATERS
(Continued from Page Four)
reward offered him by her father.
Miss Betty Caldwell as Phyllis Van
Courtland, the daughter o4 the rich
Floridorian, was especially pleasing,
{while Ralph Whitehead as Jack Mor-
timer was delightfully funny.
Among the most favored songs
j were "Take Me Along With You,"
"Goodbye Wonderful Girl," " How
Would You Like to Play House With
Me," and "It's Lohengrin That Gets
Them In."

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