BAR LORD KEEPS ARMY
EADINESS FOR QUICK ACTION
Mr.2 Whitmyire Accompaniments by Dorothy Wine
Meditation, Op. 72, No. 5.Tschaikowvky"eed.
Valse, Op. 34, Nol .....Moszkowski The public is cordially invited to al
Miss Stockwell tend.
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The second concert in the Sum-
mer Faculty Concert series will take
place at 8 o'clock, Wednesday evening,
in Hill auditorium. Miss Nell B.
Stockwell,' of the piano faculty, and
Mr. Anthony J. Whitmire, of the violin
faculty, of the University School of
Music, will give the following pro-
Sonata, Op. 13 .............. Grieg
(Second and third movements)
Dorothy Wines-Reed and Anthony J.
Siegmund's Love Song...2.......
(From "Die Walkure")
Impromptu, a-p. 90........Schubert
Nell B. Stockwell
'Valse Triste . .....Sibelius-Hermann
Schon Rosmarin ....... ....Kreisler
Sons of the Puszta ......Kelar-Bela
Mary Alden in
"A WOMAN'S WOMAN"
Charlie Murray in "HELPFUL HOGAN"
Charles Jones in "SNOWDRiFT"
Joe Rock in "OLIVER TWISTED"
"THE GRAY DAWN"
By Stewart Edward White.
The Dippy Doo-Dads is"The Watch Dog"
Abel Gance's sensational
Charles Murray in "THE LOVE R1OT"
Robert Warwick an "THE SiLENT MASTER"
Neely Edwards in "IN HOCK."
NORMA TALMADGE in
"THE WAY OF A WOMAN"
ove, Trotsky's Fourteenth divis.
ion of Red army on parade Ia
Moscow. Below, General Volkof
eft, anti Commissar Proksh.
Leon Trotsky, Bolshevik war
nister, is going right ahead
ith the training and equipping
the Red armies. The units
ationed in Moscow now have
ein whipped into first class
ghting organizations. The Four-.
enth division has become one
the crack outfits of the Red
While the soviets',are protest-
g their peaceable intentions
rotsky is going ahead with his
ans to make the Red war may
ine the most powerful in Eu-
pe. - Even children are being
[opted by army units and
ought up in the military es-
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AT THE TIIEATEJRS
'LAYING KIDS IM TOWN
Majestic - Booth Tarkington's
"Panrod and Sam."
Orpheum- Able Glace's "I Ac-
cuse;" Charles Murray in
"The Love Riot."
Wuerth-Mary Alden and Dor-
othy MacKail in "A Woman's
Woman;" Charlie Murray in
best movies of the
year and "PENROD
.AND SM"'is in the
list. 'Nuf sedl.
cf the Year
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BeE ny Alexander
M LAKE TRIP,
Hastings, cutstodian of 'the
ollections of the University,
Saturday 1with a collection
hotographs after three weeks
one of the Beaver islands in
tern part of Lake Michigan.
stings went to the island to
tudy of its bird life. From
1" on the shore, with the aid
2 pound naturalist graflex
te was able to secure several
photographs of shore birds.
these are of species rare in
perhaps the most remark-
g the large series of pictures
spian terns. Mr. Hastings is
at South Lyons, Mich., who
a hobby of bird photography.
l11 960, When you have a
s: Two cents per word
ay, paid in advance ; fif-
ents per reading line per,
The tine of departure of the
C Niagara excursion on Friday,
July 13, has been changed from
2:30 to 2:05 o'clock.
UURATOR O MOLLUSKS
RETURNS ROm EUROPE
Mina L. Winslow, curator of Mol-
lusks in the University, has recently
returned from a three months' trip
abroad where she vk-ited the natural
histo'ry museums of London, Paris,
Monace, and Naples. While there, she
established through personal contact
an exchange relationship between
these museums and the museum of
zoology here. She brought back with
here several lots of shells and a
quantity of literature for the collec-
tions here. Specimens and literature
are being sent by her to tht institu-
One of the chief reasons for her trip
was to make an intensive study of the
methods of caring for the shell col-
lections in these museums, as well
as to study certain groups of shells
that ar enot found here.
Miss Winslow was- the first repre-
sentative from the University of M\ich-
igan to visit some of these museums.
She is at present planning a trip into
northern Michigan within a week.
A very direct and cheap form of
Three Die In Windstorm
Winnipeg, Man., July 9.-(By A.P.)
-Three lives were lost and many
farm buildings were destroyed in a
heavy windstorm 'which struck near
Rosetown, Sask., Sunday. Wire com-
munication was cut off and details are
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Betty Compsaw and
Richard Dix in
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unknown quantity. He is the kind of labora-
tory worker who ventures into untried fields of ex-
periment, rather than the man who tests materials.
Lndustry has need of both types, but of the
former there is a more pressing demand.
College men may have been discouraged from
pursuing pure research. In this highly practical
age it may seem there is little room for work
which does not have an immediate dollars and
cents application. But such is not the case.
The pure research man is the pathfinder. With-
out him our fountain of knowledge would dry up.
His findings in themselves may be uncommercial,
but they .establish a field for others to develop.
Volta worked out the crude voltaic pile-unim-
portant until bther men improved and applied
it. And so with Papin in the field of steam, or
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low, and the last also low.
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Adjustments made on a basis of 6,000 miles for fabrics,
and 9,000 miles for cords.
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the interest of Elec.
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ever helps the
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tory of some industrial organization, there
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