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Peterson, William S, '22, 207
Petty, F J, '21, 823 E. Kings:
Pfeifer, J H, '21, 1223 Vollan
Pfeifer, J J, '20, 322 E. Ann.
Pfiuke, F J, '21300 E. Jeff
Pheney, Edward T, '21, 447 1E
Phillip, Laurence A, '21, 219l
Pietz, David H, '21, 702 S. Di,
Pitkin, Ward H, '21, 509 S. Di
Planck, Joseph W, '21, 10031
Platts, Phillips K, '20, 1223 V
Plichta, August C, '21, 733 Sp
Porter, Dr. Lowrie J, 910 P#.V
Post, John C, '20, 309 Thomp
Potter, Charles C, '19. Kalan
Potter, Ernest F, '19, 209 S.
Pottinger, James, '20, 1617 W
Power, Percy J, '20, 721 S. St
Prucha, Hugo V, '21, 933 S. S
Prugh, Judson I, '22,534 Hill
Pumine, Harold H,'20, 1328V
Purvis, Arden H, '22, 708 S. S
Puyear, Wesley H, '22, 1309 G
Quackenbush, Percy J, '20, 91
Quarry, George C, 410 Church
Racoosin, David, '21. Detroit
Radkey, Charles, 427 N. Was
Rainey, John H, '21L, 10251
Ramsdell, Louis S, 507 E. An
Ransom, Henry K, '20, 904 O
Rash, Charles J, '20, 625 Fore
Rawlings, James T, '22. Ro
Redemsky, Fred W, '21E, 715l
Reeves, Harold M, '19, 210 S.
Reichert, Albert E, grad, 1624
Reid, Clarence A, '20, 721 S.
Reid, W K, '22E, 503 E. Liber
Reilly, John R,:'20E, 1024 Ba
Reindel, George G, ;'22E, 523
Retzlaff, Walter G, '19E, 431

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control of him through the red lead-
ers, and kept him in practical cap-
tivity in a German castle. Both re-
ports were denied soon after, and it
is as much of a mystery as ever. He
was the one great soldier Russia pro-
w students who enrolled in the Univer- duced in thelwar, and one of the great
J nages will be Drinted daily until military commanders that the war
exhausted. revealed.
Where is he?
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wson. Utica, NY. 976-J. evening at the annualbanquet of stu-
~Huron. Everett, Was-h. dents and faculty of the First Cngre-
E. Liberty. Ann Arbor. 341-J. gational church, to be held at 6
[vision. Saginaw. 2102-R. o'clock on Tuesday, March 18 s
!vision. Benton Harbor. 293-M. A program of toasts and rftsic is
E. Huron. Union. 909. now being arranged by the committee
olland. Ft. Pierce, Fla. 701-W. in charge. Tickets for the banquet,
pring. Crystal Falls. 2233-W. which sell at 50 cents, may be pur-
Washington. Grand Rapids. 1170-R. chased at Wahr's bookstore.
son. Holland. 2323. Micigan's paper for Michigan men.
mazoo.
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ashtenaw. Detroit. 1016. PAUL'S Place-Shoes repaired.-Ad
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7 black degrees
Duke Nicholas Is and 3 copying
Missing Number FREE
---'Trial samples of
(By T. F. M.) VENUS pencils sent
Where is the Grand Duke Nicholas free o requcs.
of Russia?a American Lead Pencil Co.
Considering the milifarious reports 215 Fifth Ave., Dept. D N Y
of Bolshevik activities and the red Of all satones and sores troighokrt the war/d.
reign in the land of the snow, the
fact that the name of the great mili-
tary genius who at one time almost
crushed Germany in the war, has
been omitted from all political rum-
ors, is something rather puzzling to
the student of world affairs.
Military commanders, rulers of
prominent political leaders, have been
commented upon in Petrograd radio
reports, and information passing the
frontiers, either to describe their sit-
uation, or to number them among thep
victims of the new rule, but in all;c
these dispatches, there is practically 1. '
no mention of the Grand Duke Nich-
olas.
Brother to the czar, and command-
er in chief of all the forces of Rus-
sia at the outbreak of the war, Nich-
olas Nicholaevitch, threw fear and
terror into the hearts of the central V "E,
rulers, when in the second year of
the war, he started his vast project
of a gigantic invasion of Austria-1
Hungary, aiming at the vital objec-
tives of Vienna and Berlin.
The first phase of the execution of
this military plan, brought the slavic

field armies to Lemberg, and thence
to Galicia and the plains of Hun-
gary, Immediately threatening the bulk
of Austra'is resources in oil and min-
eral materials, used in the making of
munitions. Nicholas was then menac-
ing Austria, within military striking. j
distance of the frontiers when the I
great retreat began. What this was
due to, whether to the treachery of
the czar's advisors, or to the criminal
failure of the war ministry to sup-
ply the army with materials, which
were easily available, does not di-
minish the consideration of the splen-
did strategic conceptions of the Grand
Duke, to fall back and save the army.
By military critics, the Russian re- i
treat today is held to be one of the
most magnificent major- operations
ever executed by the commander of a Compare then
field army. With even the lines of oipr
communication for the entire invad-
ing force threatened, the Grand Duke with
Nicholas so skillfully manoeuvered,
that his operations preserved intact Higher Priced-
the entire army during the entire re-
treat. cigarettes
Afterward, upon his return to the
capital, the czar relieved him of com-
mand, due, it is said, to the energetic
solicitations of Rasputin, the mystic 4
monk in German pay. It was report-
ed that the Grand Duke then went
into retirement in his chateau in the
southeast of Russia. Another report
said that the German government got

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FOR OLDER BOYS' CONFERENCE spent in the regular work of the con
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panied by Mr. D. C. Heffley, relig- will participate in church services i
ious work secretary of the Univer- Ovid, concluding the conference wit
sity Y. M. C. A., will leave Friday a meeting Sunday afternoon.
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