THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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' THE COCA-COLA C
Says Birrell Alone Should Not have
Beets Blamed for All
London, May 10.-In the House of
Lords totay, Lord Loreburn intro-
duced a motion expressing dissatis-
faction with the administration of
H% complained that the government
had ample warning of what was likely
to happen and that it had an insuf-
ficiency of troops in Ireland, and was
surprised by the rebellion, but it was
not right, he declared, that one min-
ister should be made a scapegoat. Oth-
er ministers must have known what
was going on and they ought to have
been as frank as Augustine Birrell,
chief secretary for, Ireland, who re-
signed after the rebellion had been
The Marquis of Crewe admitted that
blunders had been made and that it
was important to learn at whose door
the charge should be laid. Mr. Birrell
had taken his share of the blame and
resigned,, and the speaker was able
to state that the Lord Lieutenant of
Ireland, Lord Wimborne, also had re-
signed. The Marquis then announced
Ol names of the commission of in-
quiry appointedhto investigate the re-
KALAKAZOO HOLDS VARSITY
A TO 1 IN PITCHERS' BA'TLE
The Home of Paramount and
Matinees, 1:o, 3:5 Evening, 6:45, 8:00
9:15 Saturdays - Holidlays Continuous
Tlturs.-Fr.-i -12- l)uStin Farnum in
Sat.-i3-Bessie Barriscale in "The Last
Act." (triangle Comedy). 15c.'
S11.-Mon., 14-15-Fannie Ward in "For
for the balance of
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30 8:o, 9:30
Thurs. - It-Hamilton Revelle in "The
Price of Malice" and Drew Comedy.
Fr.-12-Mabel Tallaferro in "The Snow-
bird," and Drew Comedy.
Sat .--13- earl White in "H azel Kirke."
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STRAW HAT DAY
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Beginning Thursday Matinee, May 11
D. W. GRIFFITH'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION
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"Red" Mullin, the visitor's catcher,
attended Michigan last year. Mullin
was on the all-fresh football squad,
but' he was ill during the spring
months and did not play baseball.
He caught a good contest and threw
out two base stealers. Brandell is
credited with two stolen sacks on
Mullin, but he grabbed one with a
man on third. Mullin is the first
catcher that has appeared on Ferry
field this season who has had any suc-
cess in catching base runners.
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ALI AMEIII%CA N ONCE .ORE
~~ARNED OUT OF i1EJICO;
PERSHINGt OR DERED TO SHORT-
EN dV!IUN1CATI\ON L I N E S
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the Americans nor the Mexican con-
ferees today appeared to be deeply
concerned over the negotiations. It
was confirmed from both sides that
General Obregon had offered at the
conference last night to closely guard
the international border, if the United
Walterhouse, ss ... 6
Brandell, cf .......5
Caswell, 2b .......5
Thomas, 3b .........4
Dunne, c. ........ ..3
Newell, lb ......... 5
Miller, p........... 5
*Harrington ........ 1
Totals ....... ....47
Bippes, ss......... 6
Leonard, rf .....:.. 5.
Corbat, 3b ..........6
Discher, if ......... 5
Dunlap, 2b......... 5
Mullin, c ........... 5
Cookingham, p .. 5
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W. D. C.
pipes are with-
out peer for
States would withdraw its troops or
set a date for their withdrawal. outpost stationed near Dublan. The
First steps toward apparent with- Mormon town is believed to have
drawal were taken by the United States been selected for the base because
when General Pershing was instructed there are comparatively few Mexi-f
to fall back on Colonia Dublan, 120 cans living there and because it isi
miles south of the border, and es- . nearest to the railroad.t
tablish his .base there pending the No tine has been announced for thet
final settlement between General withdrawal of the American forces_
Scott and Ceneral Obregon as too how from the advance base, but it is ex-
long the troops shall remain in Mexico. pected that troop movements will be-
This wii mean the mobilization of gin soon and the advance cavalry
Lhe entire expeuitionary i'rce ata Cv- 'aCi' V;21 calld in from the south
lonia Dublan, except for a compara- and west of San Antonio toward Nami-
tively small force guarding the short- quipa and the withdrawal be made
ened line of communication and the slowly toward Colonia Dublan.
Saginaw Club Banquets Tonight
A banquet at the Cutting Cafe at
7:15 o'clock this evening will be the
final event of this year for the Sag-
inaw Club. Wilber M. Brucker, '16L,
the president of the club will be the
toastmaster. -Prof. E. C. Goddard, of
the Law school, will speak on "Poss-
ibilities" and J. Sidney Green, '17;
will tell of "Little Oddo; i,-d Ends."
LIAM DEMUTH & CO.
Combined Merchants' Meeting held
An informal meeting of the Mer-
chant's Credit association and the
Business Men's club of this city was
held at their rooms, 109 E. Washing-i
ton street, last night. Plans for the
coming year were discussed. and a
social session followed.
Jewish Student Congregation to Meet
The Jewish Student Congregation
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Stolen bases-Discher, Cookingham,
Olsen, Brandell 2. Sacrifice hits -
Leonard, Brandell, Thomas. Two base
will hold an important business meet- j hits-Olsen, Dunlap. Double play--
ing at 6:30 o'clock tonight in New- Dunlap to Olsen. Struck out-By
berry Hall. All members of the con- Cookingham 14, by Miller 14. Passed
gregation and others interested are balls-Dunne. Time, 2 hours and 45
urged to attend. minutes. Umpire, Kimzey.
"SWING-OUT" MAY 16th.
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