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THE DAILY
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NEWS OF THE WORLD AND
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VOL. XXVI. No. 107.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1916. PRUIE FIVE CE

LARGE AUDIENCE
A9G90[G PPLAUDS DEBUT
OF BIG SPEICTACLE,
INITIAL PIERFORMANCE OF ALL,
NATION REVUE EXCEEDS
E XPECTATIONS
THREE THOUSAND PRESENT
Aiibertitna R schMkes Big, Hit With:
llcaiful Ihancing; Miss Conger
and German Act Please
St-ccess crowned the first production
of the All Nation Revue which was
given in Hill auditorium last night
before an audience of 3,000 people.
Albertina Rasch, premier danseusel
of the Metropolitan Grand Opera com-
pany, furnished the most enthralling
moments of the two and one-half hour
program.
From the first word of the effective
prologue until the lights died away
upon the last scene of mankind ascend-
ing the steep slope of progress, the
production was a series of appeals to
the audience. Dancing and singing
acts composed the greater portion of
the program. Close competition for
supremacy among the different repre-
sentations resulted from the long pe-
riod of work put upon the preparation
of the various scenes.
Perhaps the act with the greatest
interest was that entitled "The Toys
of Nurenberg" in which 12 children,
led by Fritz Burt, performed dances
and went through military evolutions.
"Mr. Bull of London Town," featuring
Frank Grover as a Tommy Atkins, and
a song specially written by Director
Stauffer, won round after round of
applause. There was a thrill in the
South African scene in which 15 Zulus
appeared.
:Porothy Conger Does Greek Dance
Miss Dorothy Conger proved an ex-
cellent exponent of the art of classic
Greek dancing in the act representing
that country, and was aided by four
of her pupils. The Oriental scenes,
representing China, Japan and Turkey,
were unique examples of the life in
those countries.
"The Wrath of Pele," showing an
ancient life in Hawaii, was a dramatic
surprise to the audience. The plot for

Win Is- Roosevelt
Suit Is ~enewed

Famous Libel Suit May Come
Conr During Political
Campaign

Up hI I

New York. March 7.-The Barnes
Roosevelt libel suit is to be renewed
and according to present scedule may
come up again in court in the midst
of next autumn's political campaign
The boss of Albany has filed formal
notice of an appeal fromthe verdict
against him returned by a jury ir
Syracuse last spring by counsel said
today that it would be impossible for
the appeal to be ready for the ap-
pellate division of the supreme court
SAFETY FIRST CAMPAIGN ON
Conference Regarding Huron River
Dangors Will Be Held Today
First steps in an energetic cam-
paign to safeguard the lives of stu-
dents on the Huron river will be taken
this afternoon when a committee from
the student council confers with the
Ann Arbor city officials and the mana-
ger of the Eastern Michigan Edison
company at the office of that organiza-
tion at 2:00 o'clock.
The council committee, composed of
Grant L Coek, '17L, H. C. Allen, '16H,
and H. C. Rummel, '16L, has consid-
ered various plans for this important
project, and it is hoped that the con-
ference today will result in a defin-
ite course of action. Others who will
be present at the discussion are Dr.
Harold Hulbert, '14M, one of the Union
Boat club organizers, Ray Bassett,
'13E, supervisor of city parks, and Mr.
J. F. Maulbetsch, manager of the elec-
trical company.
Cruisers Look For
German Raider

1ATE REPORT SAYS
REVOLUTION RAGES
ENVEir PASHA IS IVOUNDED AND
MA NY GERMANS KlLLE
IN INSURRECTION
GERMANS MAKE SLIGHT GAINS
Teuton Infantry Attacks Are Increased
Northwest of Verdun; Get Hold
on Torbeaux Woods
Rome, Mar. 7.-News has been
received here from Turkey that a
revolution is raging in Constan-
tinople. Enver Pasha was wound-
ed and many Germans killed when
a mob fired on them. The mob has
pillaged the army stores, barri-
caded the streets, and damaged
the railroads. The German troops
are repressing the riot with gun-
fire.
London, Mar. 7.-The German in-
fantry attack has been greatly in-
creased in the northwest of Verdun
between Bethincourt and the Meuse.
The Germans have made a gain in that
important sector, getting a foothold in
the Torbeaux woods, which lie to the
southwest of the Cote de L'Oie. The
official statement issued by the Paris
war office tonight makes this admission
but declares all other attacks in that
neighborhood were repulsed.
To the east of the Meuse, following
a violent artillery action in the region
_f +h-e fl.iS r7L flnyv u +nluiL, LUC ue{

Adopt New Plan CONGRESS VOTES WILSON9FREE
For Union Opera
Method for Writing Mode~cd After fh1 I RflIVTt.V
That Used by Mask and Wig
Club of Pennsy
With the adoption of a new plan for M'LEMORE RESOLUTION IS TAI
the writing of Union opera booksin VOTE OF 27 24 143 COMES
the future, the judlging committee ex- TT t 7 41 CNE
pects to be able to have everything R LE TO LONG A
well under way by the beginning of SPIRITED SESSIO)
the fall term. The meeting of next
year's writers will be held at the Union HOUSE EXPRESSES CONF
at 2:00 o'clock this afternoon.
The new plan is modelled after that .r-
used by the Mask and Wig club of the r Representate Po l eclare F
University of Pennsylvania, and was..ent that Chief Executive F
suggested by Mr. Morgan, who has di- )1ar Is Infamous Lie
rected several productions of that in-
stitution. I T) I RLE U'L IlORE RESO:
It provides for the writing of seen-
arios within three weeks, and the se- y a vote of 276 to 143 to
lection of the best plot by the judg- the Mclenuore resolution the
ing committee, which will be given tontight went on record as o
to all those who wish to write the Tag all interference with
book. Under this system, the good President's conduct of fo
dialogue artist, who perhaps has little. afairs particularly with
skill at scenario writing, will have a :,4:ence to the armed ship co
plot to work upon. It will give both 'ersy with Germany. The i
the plot originator and the dialogue tude of the majority in fa
writer an opportunity to do their best. tabling the MIcLemore reso
1'nder the old system, the writers , 11 RA ): Ir 1'I )akR 111 achieved with the aid of man
selected their plots and then proceed- Who T'ook Part in the Turkish Acet of pabluiican is icterpreted as
ed to write the dialogue as best they ihe All Nation Revue hve comuplianice with the ri
couid. The new system is expected of the President.
to bring much better results. - -
After the scenario has been selected, Poun. Leads House leba
the men who wish to write an opera - -sintn Mrh7.Ds
an oera NG I 51 5 UH 0 BII Washimgton, March 7.--Des
niokb gienwhich thehoiddle of
:Tay to do so. The book must be ac- deEiTerationIwith which the h'
H liiithe stage for the prliamentary
companied by the lyrics. This will thestaL frIheUIrfameta
enable the music writers to have their gle, there was an air of exp
-.ork finished by next September, in- - not only in the galleries but
st-ad of having to wait until late in .floor, when the fall of the s'
the school year for the selection of a Cambridge University, to Lecture gavel announced that the fig
book. on lReennstruction AfterW. r on. Renresentative Poui who

Officers of British Steamer Say
Was Sighted in Straits
of Magellan

Ship

Honolulu, Mar. 7.-The Australian
battle cruiser and the Australian cruis-
er Sydney, with probably the Japanese
cruisers Chitose and Tokiwa are hunt-
ing the Pacific for a German commerce
raider, according to reports from the
officers of the British steamer Niagra
made public here today. Previous ru
mors to this effect were current among
the Niagra passengers when theyhar-
rived here March 2. Officials here
said this ship's officers had been noti-
fied of the existence of the raider which
was sighted in the Straits of Magellan.
OHIO STUDENTS FORM CLUB
First Meeting Attracts More Than 40;
Elect Officers and Plan Smoker
More than 40 students from the state}
of Ohio gathered at the Union last
night and organized an Ohio club.
Considerable interest was shown in
the movement, and plans are being laid'
for a smoker to be held early next
week at which memberships will beI

of the Bois d Hardaumont, the Gier-
mans succeeded in entering a redoubtErliest Life of Lincoln
fromi which they were immediatelyJEalstifofLcom
ejected by the French counter attack. New York, March 7.-2
In the Woevre region the enemoc- earliest published life of
cupied the village of Fresnes after an proof of which was read
engagement which cost them serious by him before he beca:
losses. In the Vosges we bombarded was sold today to J. F.
Cantonmats at Diffenbach east of for $72.50, at the conch
Muhlback and the enemy trenches in the John E. Burton libra
the region of Wattwiller. derson gallery. Only a1
Turks Retreat Before Russians this life of Lincoln by
Rome. Mar. 7.--The Turkish army is cr:pps, printed in Chic
not opposing the Russian advance from are in existence.
Erzerumrbut is retreating westward,
setting fire to villages and cities, in-el d n iv s a d M su . A n on U ,C H 5 E B
eluding Sivas and Mosul. An uncon- fO C S EB
firmed rumor has been received here
that Enver Pasha's life was attempted,
tha EnerPasa' lie ws tLeptd UTRE ON'
at Jerusalem where the troops destined
for an expedition to Egypt mutinied. ---
A report of Enver Pasha's death Consul General at Vien
probably originated when he did not Talk on China and
return to Constantinople, where the Language
German forces are now concentrating
preparatory to their departure to Bul- A rare opportunity
garia in case the revolutionary out- sented to the stude:
break is not repressed. 8:00 o'clock tomorrow
-the Hon. Charles De
ANNOUNCE DATE OF UNIVER- liver a lecture in thea
SIT' P111 IBIl'FION CO N'TEST the new science building
vt B NE ject "China and the C
Annual Event to Be Held in Lav rguage."
Mr. Denby was for

old for $72.50
-A copy of the
f Lincoln, the
and approved
me President
Drake, Inc.,
iding sale of
ry at the An-
few copies of
John Looke
cago in 1860,

una Will Give
Chinese
will be pre-
mt body at
night when
nby will de-
auditorium of
g on the sub-
Chinese Lan-
a number of

Building on March 20; Large
Prizes Are Offered

eV

The annual University Prohibition
contest will be held in the law build-
ing on Monday, aMrch 20. The win-
ner of this contest will represent

MRS. FLORA 'W. LOWRY
Vocalist in the American Indian Scene
in the All Nation Revue
this act was written by William Achi.
Frank Grover and Miss Helen Ely ap-
peared in the stellar parts, assisted
by A. Scott Westerman as the high
priest, and by a chorus of ten. The
American Indian scene was striking1
from a scenic standpoint.
Prologue and epilogue, the work of
William H. Fort, Jr., proved to be the
impressive moments of the production.
Louis Reimann, as Humanity, appear-
ed at the beginning of the evening and
in dignified language ,described the
plight of mankind, called forth his
handmaidens to aid him in the progress
of civilization, and sent them forth
to bring back the different nations.
In the epilogue the entire cast of
over 200 returned to the stage, and
under the guidance of the handmaid-!
ens wound their way along the path
of progress past the impressive figure
of Humanity.
Mile. Rasch Appears Four Times
Albertina Rasch appeared in four
acts and showed her ability as an in-
terpreter of folk dances, from the slow
steps of the Egyptians to the wild
(Continued on Page Six)

solicited. Michigan at the Michigan state contest
The result of the election of ofii- to be held at Ypsilanti on April 21.
cers for the semester was as follows: The speeches are limited to 1500

years connected with the United States
consular service in the cities of Tient-
sin, Peking, and Shanhai, China, and
is able to speak with authority in re-
gard to the people and language of
that country.
In 1900-1902 he was secretary gen-
eral of the provincial government set
up by the allied powers for the Dis-
trict of Tientsin at the close of the
boxer uprising.
I The lecture will be fully illustrated,
and a general invitation is extended to
students and residents of the city.

President, Leonard W. Nieter, '17; vice
president, L. R. Crandall, '17E; treas-{
urer, E. J. Dignan, '17E; secretary, S.j
J. Slavens, '17.!
According to a vote of the new or-
ganization, all those who have already
joined the organization and those who
will take up membership at the smoker
next week will become charter mem-
bers With the large number of Ohio

words and may deal with any phase ofI
the prohibition question. Orations must
be handed in to Lewis Reimann, '16,
president of the university Y. M. C. A.

"Dancing Is Life To fe, "Declares
Albertina,"Without ItlIShould Die"

"Dancing is life to me," declared ingly. "He is not of the profession,
students enrolled i the university, it Mme. Albertina Rasch, in an inter- but he appreciates my work d'eeply.
is possible that the new organization view last night. "Without it I should Whenever I am away from New York,
will eventually become one of the larg- die. Since I was seven years old I have he sends me~a telegram of encourage-
est on the canpus. danced, and when I have to stop ment before I go on the stage."
dancing then I shall stop living. As "I am so pleased with your college,"
OLD LEAGUE PARTY SATURDAY a tiny girl in Vienna, my. mother sent she continued. "Everywhere one sees
me to the Imperial Dancing academy, nothing but young people. They do
-----where all the children of the court set, not look so bored and blase as do the
Seventeenth Annual Fancy Dress Af- to which we belonged, were sent. When young people in the east. In Vienna
fair Will lie Held in Barbour Gym I was nine, they wished to place me! the young 'people are all excitement.
--- in the professional class, but my father They know every step and turn a danc-
The seventeenth annual Fancy Dress felt it was not fitting that the daugh- er should make, and if she has poor
Party of the Women's league will be ter of a court official should become a technique, why, they hiss! But if she
held on Saturday evening, March 11 dancer. I cried until I won my own is good and beautiful, they raise her
in Barbour gymnasium. 'The different way, and no one has ever been able to the skies."
classes will present special numbers, to stop me since." And the little lady's hands went
songs, skits and unusual features, and The ballerina stopped herself long above her head in a gesture of de-
members of organized houses are ex- enough to point with pride to a framed light. "I love all these boys," she
pected to come in characteristic photograph upon her dressing table. I said roguishly. "Tell them I will come
groups. "That is my husband," she said smil- here as ofte' as they want me to."

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