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WAR DEPARTMENT TELLS
PERSHING TO HASTEN VILLA
PURSUIT; FEAR ANTI-CAR-
RANZISTAS A V REVOLT
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percentage of the Mexican people is
unable to read, these efforts will meet
with doubtful success.
El Paso, Mar. 18.-Pancho Villa,
wiled Mexican bandit, is heading to-
night straight into the continental di-
ride, the great mountainous backbone
of northern Mexico. Those arriving
in Juarez today declare that he was
at Los Cruzes, 30 miles southwestwof
salena, yesterday. Los Cruzes is at
.he head of the Babicori trail which
heads southwest into the continental
Americans acquainted with the re-
;ion assert that Villa could shut him-
self in there and resist the American
ind Mexican forces combined. The
American forces chasing Villa en-
zamped at Colonia and Dublan, two
riles out of Casas Grandes, this morn-
ing. This force was a part of the
troops sent south from Hachita to.
Mexico under the command of Colonel
Dodd. The Pershing cavalry was fur-
ther reinforced today. Part of the 11th
Cavalry, which did not go in yesterday
with the first of the regiments fol-
lowed today. It is also stated that
the first of the flying machines were
sent out today to join General Per-
;hing. These are to be used for scout-
ing purposes when the army reaches
the mountainous section for which
Villa is headed.
U. S. STRIVES TO
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colonists at Casas Grandes and vicin-
ity. About 400 American colonists at
Dublan, a town south of Casas Gran-
des, are now protected by the arrival,
of Colonel Dodd's cavalry detachment.
A body of colored troops penetrating
from the northwest, from Hachita, is
also said to be bearing down upon Vil-
Pershing May Join Dodd
The troops of General Pershing and
the cavalry of Colonel Dodd have been
advancing on more or less converging
lines, and are expected to meet some
time Sunday near Casas Gran\es. Gen-
eral FunstoA declares the marching
record as one of the most remarkable
PROF. KALLEN SPEAKS BEFORE
MENORAH SOCIETY LAST NIGHT,
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30. 8:00, 9 30
Mon. MNar. 20--Helen Ware in "Secret
Love." Also oue part "Musty Suffer"
Tues. Mar.xi--Molly McIntyre in "Her'
Wed. Mar. 2--Mollie King in "A
The Home of Paramount and
Matinees,2:oo, 3:15 Evening, 6:45,8:oo
9:15 Saturdays- Holidays Continuous
Matinee at 2 p. m. Sharp
Shakespeare Ter - Cen-
Sun. Mon. Mar. i9-2o-Hazel Dawn, My
Tues. Mar. 2-jane Grey in Let K aty
Do It and (Great Pearl Tangle), Tri-
angle Comedy. ]Evening, i~c.
Wed. Mar. 22-Mr. Charles Richman in
rattle Cry of Peace- (Rebooked).
Matinees, 2and 4 Uvening, 7and g, age.
7fh aii~I soc
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(His First and Last Visit o A in Arbor)
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made by Daimes & Nickels are
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Spring Fisher Party
March 24 Dancing 9-2
Fisher's orchestra of Kalamazoo
For tickets call 236 or 2370
OFFER NEW HISTORY COURSE
"The History Of the Latin American
Republics" Title of Semester's Work
"The History of the Latin American
Republics" will be the name of the new
history course to be inaugurated on
the campus next semester under Mr.
W. L. Schurz, of the history depart-
ment. It will be a three hour course
and will deal with the history of all of
the republics south of the Rio Grande
including Mexico, Cuba, Haiti, and the
West Indies. At least one year of
Spanish will, be a prerequisite to this
course, and it will not be open to fresh-
.The history of these republics from
the time of the Latin conquest to the
present will be developed, the first
semester to be purely historical and
the second political.-
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Urges Association to Take Academic
Attitude Toward Problems
of Daily Life
"The Menorah Movement and the
Present Crisis" was the subject of an
interesting lecture given last night at
Newberry hall before the Menorah so-
ciety by Prof. Horace M. Kallen, of the
philosophy department of the Univer-
;ity of Wisconsin. The lecturer urged
the Menorah association to take an
academic attiude toward the problems
of life. "To be academic," said Pro-
fessor Kallen, .is to think beforeyou
act rather than repent after you act."
He pointed out that in America we
have no class to do our thinking for
us as they have in Europe.
CHRISTmE TO GIVE LECTURE
Cercle Francais to Hear About Work
of French Scientists in Philippines
Mr. Emerson B. Christie will give
an illustrated lecture for the members
of the Cercle Francais, at 5:00 o'clock,
Tuesday in Tappan hall.
Mr. Christie's lecture will deal with
the subject of the work of the French
scientists in the Philippines and will
be illustrated by slides of the natives
taken by the speaker during his resi-
dence in the islands. He will in the
course of his speech tell of many in-
teresting customs of the natives.
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dience has decided that discretion is
safer than curiosty. A company of
seven people appear in the' sketch.
The Royal Gascoignes, who were a
feature at the Temple theatre, De-
troit, a few weeks ago, will appear in
a novel juggling act.
Nevins and Erwood call themselves
the "Black and Tan" and introduce
a novel offering called "The Coalman
and the Maid."
Mae Curtis, "the personality girl"
will appear in a songologue that is
quite different. She is a comedienne
and this clever little artiste brings her
good looks, good voice and charming
personality into play.
Chevalier De Loris and company
have an act that will interest all
classes. It is called the "Master
Today at the Majestic -
Theda Bara appears on the screen
at the Majestic Sunday in "The Ser-
Vania Lazar (Theda Bara) is the
beautiful daughter of a Russian serf.;
She lives with her parents in a small
cottage close to the vast estates of
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the Grand Duke Valonoff. and casts her IT. She meets and
The Grand Duke sees for the first marries the Grand Duke's son.
time, Vania, who is in love with An-1 Shortly after their marriage the
drey Sobi, a young peasant. Valonoffi Grand ; Duke, vhe is ignorant that
is enraptured with her charms and the prince is wed, sends word that
decides that he will see her again. he is coming to visit his beloved and
He leaves his gold cigarette case in only son. The prince is called away
the serf's cottage when taking his de- before has father's arrival. Vantia
parture. The case is found by Ivan, greet; Pe Grand uke, who docs not
who sends Vania to return it to its recognize her. He makes love to her
owner. after she has Inred him on. The
The Grand Duke's plans have worked prince returlns at the appointed hour,
as he expected. He greets Vania known to Vania, and fin.ding his wife,
joyously and makes ardent love to clasped in the arms of his own father,
her. Finally he grows tired of her commits suicide.
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