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17, 1928

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AUTOMinOTIVYE CROUPS IS AAN P
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DICTATOR FORCES BILL FLONZALEY QUARTET, INNOVATORS OF FOUR PART
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AT, DETROIT, CHICA;
ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENT IS
GENUINE INTEREST IN I
PRODUCTION
CHRYSLER TO GIVE TALK
Technical Session Wi11 Be Of
Entirely Informal
Nature
Meetings of two divisions of the
Society of Automobile EngineersI
will be held in the near future, ac-:
cording .to announcement of or-
ganization officials. The S. A. E.
production meeting and dinner
will be held next Thursday and
Friday at the Book-Cadillac hotel
in Detroit, and the aeronautical
engineering division will convenei
December 5 and 6 in the Hotel
Stevens, Chicago. -

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Royal P
VOTE PASSES
ROME, Nov. 16.-
of oratory, Premier
his final gesture in
consolidation of hi;
torship over Italy N
the bill placing the
Council at the supr(
Italian governmen
Senate.
The vni nn the

CON61ESS The Flonzaleyquartet, which plays
here Friday, Nov. 23, at Hill audi-
torium has a history which is defi-
Victor Emanuel nitely linked with the rise of a type
anants Of of musical taste recently develop-
ower ed all over the world in the artistic
centers. To follow them in their
189 TO 19 wanderings through Austria, Swit-
zerland, Germany, Holland, Eng-
-With a flourish land, America, from their very be-.
Mussolini made ginning in the Austrian capital to
the legislative their present standing in the Uni-
s Fascist dicta- ted States, is not only to watch the
when he forced rise and growth of a notable associ-
Fascist Grand ation but also to studythe evolution
eme head of the of musical taste as the Quartet
t through the developed more and more into an
important factoi i4 the musical
life of America.

what is already known and loved,, went to Germany to visit Arnold
so that the mind and ear of the Schoenberg, that 'true anarch of
auditor is. not so much disturbed art,' and the following Fall his apo-
as attracted. calyptic Quartet in D minor, which
During the season of 1908-09, the had provoked such stormy demon-
Dohnany's Quartet and Hugo strations in Vienna (the police had
Wolf's works were introduced. Then to intervene) and in Dresden, was
came Debussy and Ravel. Debussy produced in Europe and here.
had already won his way into the Again a new name and a new art
affection of the amateurs. Not so were introduced by the Flonzaleys
with Ravel, who was still considered iri America.
intricate, baffing, cerebral. The
Kneisels had played his Quartet a
little earlier, with the result as told:
by one of the members that the Open Until 2 A. M.
next morning a deluge of minatory
letters from subscribers flooded . riday and Saturday Evenings
them, threatening to desert their
concerts. for a
The Flonzaleys, aboute1911t in-

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The only requirement for at-
tending the S. A. E. production
meeting is a genuine -interest in
the production problenio the in-.
dustry; according to those in
charge.
In' addition to the technical ses-
sions the peak of the meeting will
be the production dinner at 6:30
o'clock :Thursday night, when the
Detroit section will play host to
members and guests atending the
1928 production meeting. K. T.
Keller, vice-president in charge of
manufacturing, Chrysler corpora-
tion, will deliver the main address
of the evening, o discussion of au-
tomobile production engineering.
E. Blanchard,tchairman of the
S. A. E. production committee, will
outline the activities of his com-
mittee.
All the technical sessions will be
of an informal nature, it is an-
nounced, every subject being open
to argument and discussion. The
reports are promised to present
ideas, plans, methods, and expert
advise, reports of work done and
problems solved. In addition to
these sessions and round table
meetings, opportunity will be given
the delegates to meet in private
get-togethers of two or three men
interested in a- special phase of
one of the broader problems, to
discuss and thoroughly consider
the subject in which they are inter-
ested.
A- university proxessor, Johnj
Younger, of Ohio State university,
has been called in to explain to
the delegates the secret of how the
Ford Motor company secures its
phenomenally ,low production costs.
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now. It costs only $4.00.

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Raymond Poincare
who is back at the helm of the
government of France with a cabi-
net considered much weaker than
the former one. The Premier plans
to take an even greater interest in
post-war finance than he took
dluring his last term of office. At
that time he earned the title of
"savior of the franc" because of
his untiring efforts for restabiliza-

I tion.
COLLEGE IS GIVEN
DRUG STORE SIGNI
Louis V. Middleton, a Grand
Rapids pharmacist, has presented
to the College of Pharmacy what
is believed to be the oldest drug
store sign in the state.
The sign is made of three layers
of hardĀ° wood and shaped after
the druggist mortar. It is believed
to date back, 85 years to: the early
logging days of White Cloud, Mich.
when it hung in front of what was
then Clark's drug store.
Victor J. Middleton, '30F, son of
the Grand Rapids druggist, discov-
ered the sign in the White Cloud
pharmacy, now conducted by E. M.
Lemire, and it occurred to him
that the University would be glad
to receive it as a relic.
1.Mr. Middleton purchased the
sign, and his offer of it to the
pharmacy school was gladly ac-
cepted. Henry Ford, learning of
the existence of the sign, wrote'
Mr. Middleton that he would be
glad to add it to his collection of
antiques, but the Grand Rapids
man decided to give it to the
school. The sign will be mounted
and placed on exhibition.
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-Ll: 4e Ulie measure was m81
to 13.
The bill was passed after a brief
statement in which the premier
lightly pushed an olive branch
toward King Victor Emanuel to
soothe any pains the monarch
might feel over this final step in
shearing him of his power over his
subjects.
It has been reported in various
quarters with increasing frequency
of late that the king would abdicate
if Mussolini persisted in pushing
his bill through the Senate.
The king was reported to be
taking this stand on account of the
clause in the bill which provi-
sionally gives' the Grand Council
the right to choose the king's suc-
cessor. Under the present heredi-
tary law, the king's eldest son suc-
ceeds him on the throne.
Mussolini, in his statement, re-
iterated the devotion of Fascism to
the monarchy, and pointed out that
'the king had reciprocated this
feeling when he had laid a wreath
on the tomb of fallen Fascisti. Il
Duce declared this act on the part
of Victor Emanuel was one "full of
political significance."
Mussolini concluded his state-
ment by saying:
"This bill will give the whole
world a feeling of confidence in
the unshakable stability ofthe
government, and in the un-
limited duration of the Fascist
regime."
The bill, briefly, recognizes the
Fascist Grand Council, which hith-
erto has been an unofficial body of;
the Fascist party, as the supreme
governmental authority of Italy.
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In the matter of programs, the
Flonzaleys reverence the old and
meet the new half-way, which was
the advice of Robert Schumann.
He it was who also said that the
music of a string quartet was the
refined conversation of an intimate
circle of friends. At the outset of
their public career, the Flonzaleys
were more noted for their playing
of the strict classigg quartets by
Haydn and Mozart. Today, while
still holding aloft the classic stan-
dard which they raised over two
decades ago, they are prominently
identified in this country with the
introduction of compositions by
living composers. Their policy is to
~bring these new works before the
public in small portions, not fright-.
ening audiences with too many
strange dissonances,, but bring-
ing in the unfamiliar harmonies
gradually, and in company with

Th alnavs bou ,911 in-'
troduced their work in Berlin, buta
were much more lucky. The suc-
cess was instantaneous, in fact, one,
of the most popular ever recorded. g
To prove how the appreciation of
the public grows, it may be rec-
orded here that the Flonzaleys
played the Ravel Quartet in
1919, and it was decided that "the
music was cause for twenty admi-
rations" as a very modest amateurI
said, and the work won a decidedly
popular recognition.
- In the Spring of 1913, Mr. Betti

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