THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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.AJOR (GENERAL SCOTT TO
Ct)f9' "? i l WI'r 3ME7XICAN
.1iN ITER OF WAltR 1EGARD-
ING )IILITARY SITUATION
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ez. While it is expected that the two
military men will meet within the
next 24 or 48 hours, Mr. Arredondo
stated that it was impossible to pre-
dict the exact time.
"iinston Likely to ltend
Whether Major-General Funston
will be present is not known, although
it is thought likely that General Scott
will request his presence at the meet-
ing. Though officials here are in-
chned to be reticent and evn evasive
concerning the purpose of the con-
ference, it is understood the desire
is to fairly acquaint General Obregon
with the purpose of the redisposition
of the American forces now under way
and to ascertain if possible how far
the de facto government is prepared
to co-operate in the further pursuit of
In this connection it is said that
General Scott has been authorized to
make it clear to General Obregon that
the United States is determined to put
a stop to the bandit icursions across
the American border and that to that
end it is prepared to police the border
territory on the Mexican side until
such time as the troops of the Car-
ranza government are able to take ef-
fective part in the situation.
The outcome of the conference is
being awaitedI with keen interest in
Washington. leanwhile the redis-
position of American forces is expect-
ed to proceed rapidly.
The impression still prevails here
that the advance column will be with-
drawn to a base nearer the border
whence it can he easily provisioned
arid,. if need be, re-enforced.
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Cap and Gown
This is to notify members of the graduating classes that
Swing-Out Costumes should be ordered now as soon as
We are supplying caps and gowns for men and women of
all classes. The materials are best, and the styles cor-
rect in every detail.
Be measured today. No deposit is required until your
outfit is delivered.
-consisting of caps, gowns, and hoods, made up in
styles and colors of all American and foreign universi-
ties, may be rented or purchased.
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MEXICANS FAVOR WITHDRAWAL
El Paso, April 24.-With the Ameri-
can troops in Mexico concentrating
on their bases pending the outcome of
negotiations between the United States
and the Carranza government, the
border awaited tonight the coming
meeting of General Scott and General
Mexicans contend that the mission
of the American army has been ac-
complished in Mexico inasmuch as
the bandit band has been scattered
and there is no proof that, Villa is not
dead. Mexican army officers assert
that if the American troops are not
withdrawn Carranza will face a se-
rious international situation.
It is asserted that in southern Mex-
ico the President of the American
forces in Mexico created an unfavor-
able impression upon many of the
natives, who think Carranza is per-
mitting an American invasion of their
COMMflTTEE lIEA.11 FA VORt
fE31ORIALl PEA.NN A I)O)PTION
(Coln-led from Pzage iOnI)
to the general effect of the architec-
ture in the room.
The remainder of the memorial funds
of the classes, amounting to approx-
mately $1,000, will be placed in the
hands of a permanent memorial cone-
mittee, composed of the president
the university, the Iresident of the
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That there is no intention of with-
drawing the American forces imme-
diately was indicated today when eight
carloads of supplies were shipped to
General Pershing at Casas Grandes.
It is said that all his forces are to be
gathered at Casas Grandes and Nami-
quipa., with possibly a few at Satevo,
which will be the southernmost base
of the American army pending the ne-
gotiations. All along the line of com-
nunication additional troops are be-
ing stationed to strengthen the posi-
tions of the American ex edition.
News from the American front to-
day told of the wrecking of an aero-
plane west of Chihuahua City and the
injury to Lieutenant NWillis, who sus-
tained cuts about the head and a
sprained anie. Lieutenant Bargue
was aho in the plane when it fell.
Col. Roocevelt Will Not Support Root
Oyster Bay, April 24.--Among the
pilgrims to pay a visit to Sagamore
Hill was Judge Nortoni, of St. Louis,
a Progressive, who said after the
meeting that the Colonel would not
support Root on the Republican ticket
and that Root's nomination would re-
suilt in a third party struggle probably'
led by the Colonel. Judge Nortoni ex-
pressed the opinion that the Progres-
sives could elect Roosevelt on a Bullj
Moose ticket this year.
Seven of the eig it committees tal -
ing part in the discussion last night
announced themselves to be heartily
in favor of the scheme. Wilfred >.
Shaw, secretary of the Alumni asso-
ciation, and Mr. W. W. Bishop, li-
brarian, were brought into conisultat-
tion by the committee, and gave their
hearty endorsement. "During th,i
past fifteen years," said Mr. Shawv,
"the classes have been giving ha -
hazardly memorials of a temporary
nature, and as a consequence most of
them have disappeared, and nothing of
value has been left the university.
Without doubt, $15,000 has been wasted,
in this manner. The tablets proposed
will be permanent in form and will
be as lasting as the library itself.
The fund to be created will establish
the tradition of giving to the univer-
sity, and will provide a means by
which classes can express their appre-
ciation in tangible form."
Mr. Bishop remarked that "any-
thing of this sort will be the begin-
ning of a large step forward in the
further development of the university."
In addition to the temporary char-
acter of many past memorials, there
are numerous reasons for the change
in policy. It is thought that co-opera-
tive action will weld the senior class-
es into one body and obliterate all
signs of rivalry between departments.
It is further thought that memorials
should represent a spirit of reverence
and loyalty to the university rather
than a spirit of class pride. The re-
port adopted last night will be sub-
mitted to each class at its first meet-
ing for confirmation. Following is the
personnel of the committee: Edgar
V. Beardslee, '16M, Fred A. Brinkman;
'16A, Robert 0. Brownell, '16L, -Cal-
vin C. Jordan, '16H, Frances T. Mack,
'16E, Charles H. Matson, '16D, Ray
I N WE STE RN FRONT IS REPORT
ondon, April 24.-An increase - in
the artillery fire all along the west-
ern front was reported by the German
war office today. Berlin also announces
the failure of the French attack in
several of the Verdun sectors,twhile
Paris announces the French troops
have madle more progress northwest
of Caurettes Woods. The French ef-
forts were made northeast of the Avo-
court Wood region and near Dead
Man's Hill east of the Meuse, and in
the vicinity of the Thiaumont Farm,
according to Berlin.
Hostile aeroplanes appeared over
Dover this morning at a height of
6,000 feet and were attacked by Brit-
ish anti-aircraft, according to an offi-
cial statement. The machines were
driven off and dropped no bombs.
British Report New Successes in Egypt
London, April 24.-Fighting has been
resumed in Egypt where several Brit-
ish successes have been reported re-
cently. An official statement says. two
engagements occurred Saturday in the
Quatia district. The British repulsed
one attack at Dueidor and a small
force, holding the village of Quatia,
was compelled to withdraw after a
Eminent Surgeon 1)ies in Philadelphia
Philadelphia, April 24.--.Dr. J. Wil-
liam White, eminent surgeon, died to-
night at his home, after an illness of
six months. His death had been ex-
pected since pneumonia developed
last Thursday. He had suffered from
a disease of the spine which paralyzed
the lower part of his body.
Soth Pacific Liner Stopped Off Havana
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Tues.--25--Douglas Fairbanks with Lo-
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Wed.-26--- Mary Pickford in "Rags."
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FOUR DAYS SIX CONCERTS MAY 179, 18, 19, 20
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