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GF DEFEAT NI) ROUT OF
VILL, IY 1EN OF C\RRAN-
ZA R E A C I E S WAlSgINTOT
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sire on the part of the Carranzista
to see the anti-Villa campaign suc
Carranza Rushes Forces
Today the information came to Juar
ez that General Maldonado had lef
Saltillo with a large force. It wa
announced in Juarez that General Du
tierrez, in command of the Carranz
forces in northern Mexico, was wel
pleased with the campaign agains
Villa following his recent visit to th
border, and that he expected shortl:
to have a crescent of troops surround
ing the bandit and his band that woul
result in his capture. The forces fron
Saltillo are for this work, it was said.
In American sources where the ides
continued to prevail, however, tha
the Carranzistas are not as deeply i
earnest in their desire for the captur
of Villa-particularly while the Amer
ican troops are pursuing him-as thei
statements would indicate; the othei
purposes to which a large Carranz
army in northern Mexico might b
put in an eventuality were also being
discussed at military and other quar
Columbus, Mar. 20.-A large bod3
or American cavalry left here today
for the south to re-enforce the colum
of General Pershing. A number 01
ripply wagons, civilian scouts, and in-
terpreters wnt in with the cavalry
ANN ARORT VOTERS CONSIDER
CHANGE IN CITY'S CHARTER
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worked mighty well here.
"There is one point that must be
considered," said Dean Cooley.s"It
takes money to get a manager. They
do not grow on bushes, all ready for
the taking. It might cost a good deal
more than the people could pay to
get a man who would make the plan
(ity Managers Save People Money
Dayton's city manager is getting a
salary of $12,000 a year, but it is es-
timated that he is saving the city on
the average of $100,000 a year over
the amount that they wasted under the
former arrangement. This man, H.
M. Waite, has been everywhere heralded
as being responsible for Dayton's won-
derful recovery from the flood of a
few years ago.
Eight cities in Michigan now have
the commission form of government,
chief among them being Jackson and
Adrian. It has been found that the
majority of these city managers are
engineers, since there are no other
public officials who are trained men.
GREECE HAS ANNEXED PART OF
NORTJHE RN EPIRUS, SAYS ROME
Rome, via Paris, Mar. 20.-Advices
received here from Athens that a royal
decree has Leen issued proclaiming the
annexation of northern Epirus, part of
Albania, to Oreec, are causng some
c-ncern. The annexation is regarded
in oficial irc~e- n. a violathit of the
decision of the London conference,
Fxplosion May Hae Wrecked Town
Windlay, Ohio. Mar. 20.-Tjins n
lis vicinit: tonight were shaken by
a" explosioir biievc to have occurred
'n powde- plant st Spen:-rville, a
N -Ilage near Lima One repor: said
the village had Been wiped out. Tele-
un e lines t r aox n and only meagre
information , ,vailable her,:.
New Comet Discovered Is Far Away
The observatory announces that a
comet has been discovered by a Rus-
sian astronomer working in the Cri-
mean peninsula. After a computation
of the orbit of the newcomer it was
found that it would not approach very
rear to the earth.
Feature Opera Music It Fox Trot Ball
Fischer's orchestra, which will play
at the Fox Trot Ball at Granger's to-
night, will feature the hits of the
Union Opera. In addition there will be
several other specialties which will
make this a most novel affair.
0} Give Gerrian Udgei Th'ied Readin
London, Mar. 20 -- Tile German
Reichstag has voted a third reading
of the budget, according to a dis-
pa Vh fromtits^ :erutaiI.
law building. At that time eight con-
testants will compete for the honor
of representing the university at the
state prohibition meet to be held next
The names of the contestants in the
order of spearing is as follows.
J. B. Barker, '16; S. F. Cohn, '18L;
H. B. Teegarden, '17; G. D. Casto,
Grad.; J. R. Simpson, '18; James
Schermerhorn, Jr., '18; W. M. Hopkins,
'17; C. P. Anderson, '17.
"Chemical Rambles" Subject of Lecture
Dr. Chas. H. Herty of the Univer-
sity of North Carolina will give a
lecture in the Chemistry building
shortly after the spring recess on
"Chemical Rambles." Dr. Herty is
president of the American Chemical
society and is prominent in his line in
this country. The lecture will be
given under the auspices of Phi Lamb-
da Upsilon, honorary chemical so-
CLUBS GIVE LAST
CONCERT OF YEAR
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Another excellent number, "The
Cossack," is of a~ highly descriptive
nature, depicting the death of a young
Russian Cossack. This piece was ar-
ranged by MacDowell, whose 'Cru-
saders" was sung with such success at!
the novelty concert given by the clubs.
In addition to these classics are a
number of syncopated harmonies, one
NIGHTS 7:30-9 o'clock
Another Sensation Comes
"THE HEART OF CHICAGO"
7-People-7 4-Seenes-4 tO-Sensations-10
See the Realistic Locomotive Scene
ROYAL G ASCOIGNES Dexterous Eccentric Jugglers
NEVINS AND ERWOOD "-Ihe Coal Man and the Maid"
MAE CURTIS The Personaltly Girl
CHEVALIER DeLORI+ & CO. The Master Marksman
THURS. "THE JUNIOR FOLLIES OF 1915"
of which is a popular medley arranged
by Earl V. Moore. The program fol-
1. Wake Miss Lindy.......... Warner
2. Troubadour Trio
Forsythe, Wheeler, Davis
3. Selections by Mandolin Club.
4. Selections, Midnight Sons' Quartet
Hartsveldt, Kerr, Westerman, Carlson
5. War Song from "Cross of Fire"..
Glee Club. Solo by Sikes
6. Mandolin Club Sextet.
7. Varsity Quartet
Davis, Grover, Wilson, Hiett
S. Popular Medley
Arranged by Earl V. Moore
9. (a) the Cossack (Moniouszko)
Arranged by MacDowell
(b) The Musical Trust
Spring Fisher Party
March 24 Dancing 9-2
Fisher's orchestra of Kalamazoo
For tickets call 236 or 2370
An effort is being made to secure
W. A. Williams, '14, and also Roy
Parsons, '15, for the concert. Both
of these men are former campus enter-
tainers, and will add greatly toward
the success of the evening's program.
Saginaw Club to Smoke at Meeting
A combined smoker and business
meeting has been. planned by the
Saginaw club to be given at the Un-
ion Wednesday, March 29.
Change Date of Peninsula CIub Dane ,
The date of the Upper Peninsula
Club dance, which was to have bee i
given on April 21, has been changed t
Friday night, April 7, on -account c3
the former date being good Frida=-.
The party is to be given at Granger'
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