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Turks to Surrender Port of Trebizond
to Russians; French Losses
Paris, Mar. 11.-There was a pro-
nounced lull today on the Verdun
front to the west of Douaumont. On
the left bank of the Meuse there was
a violent artillery fire indicating the
possibility that the Germans may at-
tempt another attack in this sector,
but the artillery was the better on the
west part of the front, including the
sector of the Woevre. No infantry ac-
tion was attempted during the day.
Further official information, given
about the infantry fighting west of
Douaumont yesterday, shows that the
Germans suffered with extreme sever-
ity in the encounter in which they were
able to make no appreciable progress.
Three attacks were made in all. Each
attack was made by four lines of men.
The French artillery and machine guns
mowed the ranks as they came on, and
the ground was covered with German
dead. Last night the Germans made
two attacks and also -1 empted to cap-
ture the Vaux position, but failed un-
der the French fire to reach the bar-
bed wire entanglements.
TO SURRENDER TREBIZOND
Petrograd, Mar. 71.-The Turkish
port of Trebizond Y rll be surrendered
to the Russians with little or no re-
sistance, according to dispatches today.
The guns in the 'harbor have been dis-
mounted and a 1 valuable stores re-
moved. The Rt ssian vanguard is now
within easy ma rching distance of the
FRENCH LOSSES 2,500,000
Berlin, Mar. 11.-French losses to
March 1, 1916, totalled 2,500,000, ac-
cording to a semi-official statement
given out here today.
5,000 AMERCA N SOLDIERS
ENTER MEXICO IN PURSUIT
0 F T I L LA; CARRANZA'S
A i91imT T TT T V T iT'Wrn A TAT
Sat. March i-Willard Mack and Geo.
Fawcett in The Corner (& Triangle
Comedy Matinee only.)
Sun.-Mon.. Mar. 2-13-Marguerite Clark
in "Bice andi Men." Evening, i5c.
Tues. Mar. 14-Helen Ware in Cross
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To Rely on Funston
Although General Funston has been
instructed to withdraw his forces, as
it may appear that Carranza's forces
are always ready and able to handle
the situation, it was learned tonight
that the administration is prepared to
rely entirely upon General Funston's
discretion in deciding when such with-
drawalshall take place.
As Funston, in his recommendations
to the war department yesterday, ex-
pressed profound distrust of every ef-
fart on the part of Carranza authorities
to take hold of the situation, it is re-
garded as unlikely that Funston will
accept promises from any of the Car-
ranza forces with whom he may come
Anticipating trouble between Car-
ranza and the American forces across
the border, the war department, it was
learned tonight, has taken steps to
call, if necessary, on the militia or-
ganizations of New York, Illinois,
Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania,
and states along the southern border.
This force can enable the employ-
ment of the entire cavalry forces of
the regular mobile army in Mexico.
As the Constitution provides that the
National Guard may be subject to call
at times "to repel invasion," it was
pointed out that no special legislation
would be required to use this organ-
i ration on patrol duty along the border.
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Memorial Hall Is Scene of Work of
Men Who Lead Country in Ar-
C. C. COHAGEN, '15, IS MEDALLIST
An important architectural exhibi-
tion has just been hung in the main
gallery of Memorial hail. It consists
of the work of the leading architec-
tural schools which was shown upon
the invitation of the American Insti-
tute of Architects in the Corcoran Art
Gallery in Washington at the time of
the recent convention of that associa-
tion. The exhibition has since been
shown in Philadelphia, New York, Bos-
ton, and is on its way to Chicago,
where it will be hung at the Art In-
stitute as part of the annual art ex-
hibition. It is the most important ex-E
hibition of this kind that has been
shown in the country, and contains
the representative work of all the con-
In each exhibition is some of the
work of the medallist of each school,
the Institute giving a medal to the best
graduate in architecture in each of the
nine leading architectural schools. Mr.
Chandler C. Cohagen, Architect, '15,
is the Michigan medallist.
The contributing schools are Colum-
bia, Pennsylvania, Harvard, Cornell,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
ICarnegie Institute of Technology; the
University of California, the University
of Illinois and the University of
The exhibition will be open daily,
there being no admission charge, and
is here under the auspices of the Col-
lege of Architecture.
AlE iLNt'OLN OF SOUT''I
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tion under obligation to his work."
Out of the neglected back counties of
Kentucky come hundreds of young peo-
ple -who, through the efforts of Dr.
Frost and his associates, are prepared
to take up the duties of citizenship.
President Frost was formerly a men-
ber of the faculty of Oberlin College,
before he became the head of Berea
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FIRST UNIVERSITY DANCE HELD LOCAL NATIONAL GUARD ARE A'!
PROVES GREAT SUCCESS INSPECTED MONDAY EVENING (Continued from Page One)
pared for any emergency. The same
Sixty couples enjoyed the first of the The annual federal inspection of has been said of members or the Sen-
University dances, given at the Pack- the local company of the National ate foreign relations committee, which
ard academy last night under the aus- Guard will take place at the armory met today behind closed doors, and
pices of the Student Council. Ike on Monday evening, March 13, at 8 was advised by Chairman Stone that
Fischer furnished the music. That the o'clock. The inspection will be con- if Carranza attempts to repel the
dance was successful was the opinion ducted by Captain F. L. Wells of the American forces or to embarrass them,
of those who attended, and the number 26th U. S. Infantry. The inspection the matter will perhaps go before Con-
present indicates that future ones will is open to the public and anybody in- gress. And authority to use the armed
be well patronized. terested is very cordially invited. forces of the United States for the pur-
pose of a general invasion to restore
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