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GIS' GLEE CLUB TO
TUESDAY NIGHT, IN.2
With Miss Marion Struble, of the
faculty of the Sch~ool of Music, and
Florence Shirey, '22, as accompanists,
the University Girls Glee club will
give its first concert of the year on
;uest night of the Jackson Women's
club, Tuesday, Jan. 24.
A double quartet from the Girls'
Mandolin club will accompany the
Glee club in the college songs. Miss
Nora Crane Hunt, director of the club,
and Murza Mann, '22, will bethe solo-
ists.
The Glee club will leave Ann Arbor
on a special car Tuesday afternoon
for Jackson where they will be en-
tertained at dinner by the Women's
club. The complete musical program
will be as follows:r
1
(a) Laudus Atque Carmina,
A. A. Stanley+

a cork from a tightly stopped vessel
partly filled with the substance. The
great absorptive (sic) power of char-
coal at extremely low temperatures
was shown by the exhaustion of a
Geissler tube by charcoal immersed in
liquid air. Ordinary air from the lec-
ture-room was liquified by cooling it
under a pressure of four atmospheres.
Dr. Sheldon produced snow in the
hottest part of a Bunsen flame by1
placing in the flame a steel ball prey-
iously immersed in the liquid air. The
extremely low temperature of the ball
caused the hot gas and moisture in it,
to solidify and remain frozen in the
flame for a considerable period of
time.
That liquid air 'exhibits magnetic
properties similar to those of steel
was shown by the motions of a test-
tube full of the substance in a mag-
netic field. Air was poured in the
water compartment of a toy steam-
^ngine, and its pressure upon vapor-
'7ation had the same effect as that
of steam upon the piston, though the!
surface of the eneine was covered with
at thincoat of frost.
More than 600 students attended
the lecture.

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arr. by Florence Shirey, '22
(a) Gypsy Song .............Brahms
arr. by Paul Ambrose
Glee club

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2
(a) Pilgrims Chorus from Tann-
hauser............... Wagner
(b) Allah's Holiday ........Friml
Quartet: Carol Walters, '23, Avon
Rich, '23, Ada Nutten, '22, Joyce
Van Alstyne, '23
(a) Yamato .........Murza Mann, '22
(b) Tinged Wings....Murza Mann, '22
Whistling Solo ......Murza Mann, '22
4,
(a) A song of Seasons.....Hawley
(b) De Coppah Moon........Sheiley
Glee club
5
(a) The Butterfly ............Hubay
(b) Hindoo Chant,
Rimsky Kou Kou-Kreisler
(c) From the Canebreak......Gardner
Violin-Miss Marion Struble
Ye College Singe
6
(a) Varsity...... ..E. V. Moore
(b) Goddess of the Inland Seas,
Peters, arr. by A. A. Stanley
(c) When Night Falls, Dear,
arr. by Florence Shirey, '22
(d) College Days........E. V. Moore
Glee club and Mandolin club double
quartet
(a) Lazy Song ..............Lawson
(b) My Little House.........Pierce
(c) Homing.............Del Reigo
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, contralto
8
(a) Good Night, Good Night,
Beloved .............Pinsuti
arr. by N. Clifford Page
(a) The Yellow and Blue......Galey
The Glee Club
LIQUID AIR LECTURE
PROVESINIERESTIN6
Running a steam engine at a tem-
perature of 300 degrees below zero
was one of the expediments performed
by Dr. H. H. Sheldon, of the physics
department, during a lecture upon
,iquid air and the effects of its low
temperature upon the properties o
other substances, Wednesday night in
West Lecture room, Physics bui'ding.
Four quarts of air for the experi-
ments was transported from the Air
Reduction Sales company of .Detroit,
in silvered vacuum flasks, or "thermos
bottles." The substance retails at
$2 50 a quart. It boils continuously at
ordinary temperatures its boiling po'nt
being 190 degrees below zero Centi-
'rade or 310 degrees below, Fahren-
heit. Surrounded by atmornhare of
ordinary temperatures, it vaporizes at
the rate of about one-seventh its vol-
ume per day.
Dr. Sheldon froze a vessel of mer-
cury at about 40 degrees below zero
and used the froen metal success-
fully as a tack-hammer. "Cooking" a
beefsteak on ice with air, he broke
the meat with a hammer when it was
"done." Fruit, flowers, and rubber
tibing were among the other sub-
ctances likewise made brittle by din-
ning in the- air; the mate'a s flew
apart like glass at a slight blow.
Explosive pronerties of te liauli
were demonstrated by the popping of
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man in Kentucky. Mr. Frank
Allmendinger of The Michigan
Milling Co. has w ithheld the
name of the person, but he
states that the purchaser wrote
him that he saw the ad in The

Michigan Daily and it made him
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