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VILLA CAPTURED BY CAR-
RIANZA; MEXICAN RULER
OD)ERS EXECUTION; SANTTA
YSABEL BANDITS ARE TAKEN
(Continued fron Page 01e)
Mexican policy of the administration
that has been heard in Congress in
the past three years, was embodied in
a speech delivered in the House today
by Representative Mondell, of Wy-
ming, a Republican leader.
"Base betrayal," and "callous indif-
ference" were some of the terms em-
ployed by Mr. Mondell in describing
the alleged failure of President Wilson
properly to protect American lives
south of the Rio Grande. Mr. Mon-
dell charged that as a result of the
"vacillating policy" of, the United
States in dealing with Mexican affairs
the United States and its citizens were
held in utter contempt by Mexico and
Mexicans.
Mr. Mondell insisted that if in the
beginning the President had recog-
nized Huerta or adopted a policy of
"stand-off" and played no favorites
there would have been little dest rue-
tion of life and property, and that the
probability is that peace would have
long ago been restored.
"C(OAST CITIES AT
MERCY OF ENERIE~s"
(Continued from Page One)
St. Louis, Kansas City and St. Jo-
seph, Mo., Des Moines, and Davenport,
Iowa. The President is uncertain how
many speeches he will be able to
make on the trip. It is reported that
Bryan will make a follow-up lecture
itinerary on the preparedness issue.
CONSEVATIVE CONG RESSMAN
FEARS POST-BELLITM STRIFE
Washington, Jan. 20.-That the
United States may be called on to fight
a formidable enemy at the close of
hostilities in Europe and should pre~-
pare itself accordingly, was the key-
note of a speech delivered in the
house today by Representative Gil-
lette, of Massach'isetts, generally rec-
ognized as one of the most conserva-
tive men in Congress.
Making the argument that the Unit-
led States is in serious danger of att-
tack "which would cost us more in
one year than we could spend on our
army and navy in fifty years," Mr. Gil-
lette launched an attack on extrava-
gance of the administration in ex-
penditures and declared in favor of
immediate army and navy expansion.
PADEREWSI SHOWS "
--EXCELLENT TALENT
(Continued from Page One)
having already procured $220,000 for
his starving countrymen.
The program last evening was as
follows:
Fantasia, Op. 15..Schubert (1797-1828)
Allegro con fu6co
Adagio
Presto
Allegro
(a) La Bandoline
(b) Le Carillon de Cythere
F. Couperin (1668-1733)
(c) Le Coucou..C. Daquin (1694-1772)
Etudes Symphoniques...........
Schumann (1810-1856)
(a) Nocturne in E Major, Op. 62
(b) Etudes Nos. 10, 7 and 11, Ap. 25
(c) Mazurka in A Minor, Op. 17
(d) Scherzo in B Flat Minor
Chopin (1810-1849)
Rhapsodie Hongroise Liszt (1811-1886)
Austria and Montenegro Fighting
Rome, via London, Jan. 20.-Fight-
ing between Austrian and Montene-

grin troops has been resumed. Mon-
tenegro notified Italy officially of
this fact today.

Matinees GARRICK Week
Wednesday u~hU~ a,1t
and Sat. a,1t
DETROIT
"A PAIR OF SIXES"
The Funniest FARCE
in the World

GYMNASIUM SHOES
FOR MEN AND WOMEN RUBBER OR LEATHER SOLES
Price= 70c Atoe .~perp'i
Just received a New aask i all shoe for Men
ONLY $3.00 PER PAIR- HEAv)Y SJETU N R'ER SOLE

ARCADE
ShOvs at 3:oo, 6:3o, £:Soo, :30
Friday, Janar-y 21 - Ed-Ward BrcInaii
and Grace Ellston in" The Black
Feir." Metro.
Saturday, Januar3 22-Irene Fenwick in
"The Sentimental Lady." Kleine fea-
ture. Also Part Eleven of "The Trip
Around the World" series.

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MEIbTE 11$ TO) A I [F ON LIT-
IF IA(C TEST FORt IMMIGRANTS
(Continued from Page One)
Michigan. Since entering the univer-
sity ho has represented AlphA Nu So-
ciety in their annual freshman debate
against Adelphi, and Jeffersonian soci-
ety in the annual cup debate between
the four societies.
Joseph R. Cotton, '16, received his
preparatory training at Walkertown,
Indiana, and Lewistown, Montana, high
schools. Lat year he wonsecond
prize in the university oratorical con-
test.

Alexander J. Stoddard, '17L, is a
graduate of Auburn, Nebraska, high
school and from the state normal
school, Peru, Nebraska. In the lat-
ter institution he won the interso-
ciety oratorical contest and represent-
ed it upon its intercollegiate debating
team.
To meet this team come the follow-
ing men from Northwestern Univer-
sity: Edwin Edgar Voight, '17, grad-
uate of Kankakee, Illinois, high school,
Charles D. Lowry, '17, Salem E. Mun-
yer, '17L, graduate member of a Har-
vard freshman team that defeated the
gale freshman team in 1909.
Each of these men will become a
Imember of Delta Sigma Rho, the
largest national honorary fraternity
with the exception of Phi Beta Kappa,
in recognition of his services. Thej
Michigan men will also receive the1
Alger gold medal.
The judges who have been selected
for the debate tonight in Hill auditor-
ium are: Judge Curtis T. Johnson, of
Toledo, Ohio; Professor Harley L.
Lutz, of Oberlin, Ohio; and Professor
A. Gaylord Slocum, of Rochester, Newj
York.I
'OMMTEE PLANS
RVSRAII CA3IPAlGN
(Continued from Page One)
plans for organizing a committeeI
which will take care of fraternity
miittee may also be formed.
An elaborate canvass of all rooming
houses is now being made so that a
separate card with all the names of
the students in the house may be made
out for each rooming house in Ann
Arbor. By this means it is expected
to greatly facilitate the work of the
calling committee.
Folders, Announcements, etc. Try
The Ann Arbor Press. (*)

NEW DELTA AFE
RESERVAT IONS NOW BIN G
MADE FOR SPECIAL DINNERS
AND LUNCHEON. DURING
J -HOP WFK
There are only a few days left for Seniors to get
Michiga ensiaP ortrails
Do not wait until the last minute
DAINES & NiKFLS
The Only Studio on the Campus
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IIOSEYLT AKES SLAM
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(Co utin ied front Page One)
writes. "In a free democracy the
ration has a right to the service of
dl its citizens both in war and peace.
"Mi itdly service should no mo e
be optional in a democracy than
should the payment 01' taxes. One
should be accepted as an obligation
just as much as the other. I believe in
universal service on the Swiss and Aus-
tian models, adapted to our needs;
t.hat is, to military training in the
schools after the age of sixteen and,
too, for a six month' service .with
the colors in the field for - every
young man between the a es oi '48
and 21."
Referring to the navy, the ex-presi-
dent says:
The proposed naval program is a
paper program. It is entirely inade-
quate to our needs. It is a proposal

iabroad reteed it imperative that
wA should nii ur own program
ano treat it far more seriously than
hbioe, Congress stopped entirely the
proper upbuiling of the navy."
iery man who is both intelligent
::nd p) Iri-et a:~e nK dlvocate prepared-
a ()rongh--ding and adcquate,
.d {hecefere the willingness to incur
the neuszary expenses for financing
pe Or'de s,'' he declares, adding
tn-'t onubib etinien, unbacked by
orQ (ovid noc restrain a powerful
tion from taking any
S o - a ;tin it chose.
'iti'ig of America's position as a
1,e ee' you try, P e continues:
em the iat three years we
em beeuI beeically at peace. But
durig those three years more of our
itizen s have been killed by Mexicans,
GVraous, Anstrians and Haitians than
were hilled during the entire Spanish
- cr." .e adds that while some of

not to do something effective imme- thee have been soldiers in uniform,
diately and to trust that the lack will th' greater rajority have been wom-
be made good in succeeding year; At C (eden and ether non-com-
the very time, however, when the ex- baIants. whIc', he dclares, only adds
traordinary developments of navies to the hrcrar of the situation.

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