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THE MICHIG,: DAiL A' T

IR01T 1P Am gThe
tRSOW A og hAIOCTE CHAPEL, Musicians
--lv (It is always perilous for an amateur
Corner Stone For 'eeligioiis c.rchestra to present modern music, j
Iinstitia ioas was the case in the program ofr
the University Symphony orchestras
B UIL D1Nf.G WILL BTSunday afternoon. It is possible to i
0 ,ETf ED LATE \1EXT FAT,,make mistakes in a classical piece
K~WLETI) ATENIX FAl.without any grievous results, but in !
ly arrayed in all the vestments present lay compositions with their
subtle rhythms and subtler harmon-J
er office, and chanting litanies ,
i aies the slightest fault jumps at one
ppropriate prayers, the attend- with the most startling clarity. The K
inistry assisted the Right Rev. lillusion. in other words, that modernl
d
el J. Gallagher. Bishop of De- music is merely a jumble of dis-
who opfficiated at the laying of coals is only too easily exploded byu
rner stone for the new St. Mary's every trifling error in execution.
1 Sunday afternoon, on the It would be an obvious mistake, of
east corner of Williams and course, to expect professional finishV
pson streets. The ceremony was from the symphony orchestra, and
panied by all the dignity and considering the conditions, to say
ssiveness of the Roman Catholic anything but praise for their work.
Concluding the services, the It is only fair, however, to add that
n was delivered by Rev. John sometimes, particularly in the Aren-
~hls, president of the University sky Silhouettes, one was never quii.e
hroit. sure whether the oddities were to 1'p
Bishop and visiting clergy first blamed on Arensky or the orchestra.
ied in procession to the site of h1e coind number withE mily
ture altar and blessed the foun;-Muerathsoitwsbatfly
t. Rturning then to the 'out-Mte sIh ooitwsbeuiul
the corner stone was blessed executed as far as Miss Mutter was j
he Bishop applied the mortar concerned. There is a peculiarly I
a silver trowel.
hin the corner stone was en-
a metal box containing a copyf
e Daily, current coins, medals,. EVER HE
historical record of the chapel
ie ceremonies. RUG SHA
purpose of the chapel, Reverend{
hols stated in his sermon will
link the church with learning. It's the Latest and Most Scienti
ation", he said, "cannot exist life into old rugs.
it religion. Between faith and
n knowledge there is some op- 'Every Rug Shaml(oo
n. But as long as it is the
edge of truth, one cannot con- at t
t the other."
ing the infidel and agnostic as AMERICAN RUG C
ho was such even before he
ip advanced knowledge, and de- PHONE
ing the agnostic as one too nar-
D see the span between know-
if it be scientific, and religion,
Oceeded to relate the history of
niversity. It had its, foundation
reat extent, hle asserted, in the
of a Catholic priest, Father;
A Richard. "Today", he con-
"we lay the corner stone of ed
we lay the corner stone of ed- -
n, morality, religion and fidel-I

h unting and emotional quality aboit The gift includes 20 volumes of the
her tones, something compelling and "Chemische Berichte" dating from
near genius perhaps. She seems to 1873-1882, 28 volumes of the Trans-
be constantly playing in spite of her-
self and a bit bewildered at her actions of th6 American Institute of

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,trange power.
The final number, the Scriabine?
Concerto in F' sharp minor, was easily
the distinctive feature of the program.
Nlr. Lockwood as the soloist played
with an infectious confidence that
seethed to sweep the accompaning or-
chestra along with him to a unity
qui.te lacking in the other numbers.
The composition itself is quite sim-
ple and conventional-for Scriabine.
Like all of his works, it frankly puz-
zled the audience, but at the same
time filled them with a certain in-
describable, even irritating, intellect- I
ual satisfaction. As one pictures Bee-
thoven played with the -entire arm,
Scriab~ne seems to come from thej
wrists and fingers: his heart is in
his" brain.-RB .
--R. B. 11
WILKINS DONTES B0OKS
TO CHEMISTRY IRRY
Forty-nine books were recently re-
ceived by the Chemistry library as a
gift of Dr. Ross Wilkins, of Detroit.
AR OF A
LMPOO?
fic Method known of putting new
ed witih Iiory Soap"
lie
LEANING WORKS
1911

Mining Engineers with three indexes
dating from 1883-1909, and one volume
on California :Mines and Minerals pub-
lished in 1889.
Dr. Wilkins graduated from the Uni-
versity in 1878 with the degree of
Ph.B., and received the degree of Ph.
D. from Hidelberg in 1882. For aI
number of years he was engaged in

analytical chemistry and mining en-
gineering, recently retiring from the
Solvay Process company of Detroit
where he had been a chemist for the
past 22 years.
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chapel will be the first of its
be built at Michigan exclus-
or students. It will be con-
d on modern Gothic lines and
seating capacity of more than
cetive construction was begun
mmer, but the chapel will not'
ipleted before next fall.
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Do you know :that we have found our drivers to be a lot of
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conscientious in the performance of their work, and eager to
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Comes the third and latest of
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in

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