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PROF. JAN TYNE SPEAKS
ON CAUSES OF WAR
"VICTORY IS OUR ONLY END; WE
MUST UPHOLD DEMOCRACY,"
SAYS HISTORIAN
Victory is the only end, and we must.
support the efforts of our government
until we succeed in making the world
safe for democracy," stated Prof.
Claude H. Van Tyne in a lecture on
"The Causes of the War," at 7:30
o'clock last night in the auditorium
of the University School of Music.
"We must have a complete victory,'
said Prof. Van Tyne, "or .the whole
thing will have to be done over again.
It can't be definitely proved, but we
know that the German emperor made
up his mind 30 years ago that .he
would have world dominion or noth-
ing.
Democracy Accepts Challenge
"We began the struggle of democ-
racy against autocracy at the Battle
of Lexington, and are continuing it
today. The fundamental principle of
democracy is that it emphasizes the
individual, while autocracy empha-
sizes the importance of. the state.
Democracy is based upon the spirit
which embraces the idea of mutual'
labor and brotherhood."
Germany Anticipated War
Professor Van Tyne spoke of the
manner in which Germany has been
preparing for this war. He stated that
Germany had 50,000 machine guns on
hand-more than those possessed by
the remainder of the nations-at the
beginning of hostilities. Many of the
German writers insist in world do-
minion and the spreading of the Ger-
man language to every country in the
world. The German people glory in
their slavery,
Germany's Inhuman Views
"One German writer says, 'It is bet-
ter to let 100 women and children die
of hunger than to let a single German
soldier- suffer,'" said Prof. Van Tyne.
"This has been accepted as one of
their themes. Germany has been con-
demned by the civilized world, not so
much for the fact that she made war,
as for the way she had carried on the
war."
The lecture, which one of a series,
was given under the auspices *f the
Union. The remainder of the talks
will deal with particular phases of
the war.
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WHAT'S GOING ON

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TODAY:

N. D. Malone, Clarinet Soloist to Ap-
pear on Pro-
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12:35 o'clock- Lenten services at
444 South State street.
3 o'clock-Soph lit meeting in room
205, Mason hall.
4:15 o'clock-University section of
the American Chemical society meets
in room 151, Chemistry building.
4:15 o'clock- Faculty concert in
Hill auditorium.
7 o'clock -Comedy club meeting in
Cercle Francais rooms, University
hall.
TOMORROW
12:35 o'clock-Lenten services at
444 South State street.
3 o'clock - Senior lit meeting in
room 101, Economics building.
4 o'clock -- Cosmopolitan club
meeting in room A, Alumni Memorial
hall.
6:15 o'clock--Baptist Guild banquet
at the Baptist church.
8 o'clock-Social for students and
friends at the Methodist church.
8 o'clock-Michigan-Chicago besk-
etball game in Waterman gymnasium
9 o'clock-Membership dance at the
Michigan Union.
U-NOTICES
"PhormIo" ast will rehearse at 3533)
o'clack Saturday afternoon in room
101, University hall.
Try-outs for the Cercle Fraucais
play will be held at 10 o'clock Sat-
urday morning in University hall.
Zoology 24, functions and activities
of animals, will meet at 7 o'clock to-
night in room 401, South Wing.
There will be an important junior
lit meeting at 3:30 today in University
hall for the purpose of electing rep-
resentatives to the Student council.
Specialty and cast rehearsals for
"Let's Go!" will be held at 3:30.
o'clock this afternoon at the Union..
The full cast and chorus will rehearse
at 7:15 o'clock this evening at the
Union.
Try-outs for the orchestra of the
Union opera will be held at 8 o'clock
tonight in the School of Music. Reg-
ular eligibility rules will govern the
try-outs..

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Mr. Samuel P. Lockwood will direct
'the University Symphony orchestra at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in a con-
cert at Hill auditorium. Mr. N. D.
Falcone will be clarinet soloist.
The members of the faculty and stu-
dents of the School of Music make
up the personnel of the orchestra.
The following program will be giv-
en:
"Midsummer - Night's Dream" -
Overture, Op. 21.... Mendelssohn
A Dream (Divertimento for Clari-
net and orchestra), Op. 47
. ....................Baermann
Three Dances from. "Nell Gwyn"
.:...............Edward German
(1) Country Dance (2) Pastoral
Dance (3) Merrymakers'
Dance.
hind which contains a $100 bill which
he is unable to recover.
AT THE MAJESTIC
"When Men Are Tempted," is an
adaptation of "John Burt," a novel by
Fredrick Upton Adams. This is sec-
ond novel by this author to be adapt-
ed by the Vitograph company, the oth-
er being "The Bottom of the Well."
This play has been announced as a
"fascinating drama of love, intrigue,
and loyalty, in which a young man,
John Burt, hides himself in the West,
branded as a criminal, to protect the
name of the girl he loves." As usual
the play ends happily for everybody.
The "Mimic World," the big mus-
ical comedy which comes to the Maj-
estic on Monday, Tuesday, and Wed-
nesday of next week, has had a run of
five weeks in New York. According
to the-management it costs more to
show the act in this theater than any-
thing else that has ever been put on
here.
Prof. Drake Will Address Acolytes
Prof. Joseph H., Drake of the Law
School will read a paper before Aco-
lytes, honorary philosophical society,
Monday evening, In the Morris semin-
ary room, Mason hall. The subject of
Professor Drake's paper will be
"Growth and Fixity in Law."
MAJ E STIC
Three Days starting
Monday March 4
The Woods Enterprise Co.
Presents
FElIX (of Felix & Claire)
"The MimicWorld"

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DEGREES UPON 49 STUDENTS
The Regents of the University con-
ferred degrees upon the following stu-
Su p e College of Pharmacy-E. J. Ken-
e Spirit'' nedy, Jr., G. M. Smiley.
Dental College-R. R. Roussin, J. G.
Murray, G. A. Fredrick, W. J. Wat
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W. Kennedy, Clifford Bottje, VL. W.
'-Schoon, M. H. Ingall, H. L. Andrus,
H. J. Bill, H. W. Bowles, W. C. Brock-
Professor Sieger of Graz is of the
way, Gordon Campbell, D3. MV. Drake,.
opinion that "Union" is rather a handy y H.rHeppeade3. R. H .ll, ake,
word, but the derivative. "unionist" T. H. HDp.eard, J. R.H ,. W-n
S less so, as it is liable to be confused RLamb, D. C. McIntyre, R. . Mason,
with the adherents of the well known R. W. Newton, W. H. Price, R. H.
ted English politicalis Speck, B. A. Stenberg, J. N. Rosenthal,
edEgihpltclparty. The view i C. 'V. Eenenaam, H. D. Aspland, L, I.
shared by ,Professor Ernst von Hesse-
of Wartegg, who however, refrains from Birckelbaw, A. F. Campbell, E. R.
Hazen, L. H. Kintz, C. D. McKenzie,
:he volunteering an alternative. W. A. McKinley, A. G. Morency, E. K.
no 'Purchase, P. B. Taylor, R. E. White,.
ns Bull Fighting Resumed in Mexico D. J. Aslanides, A. C, Roosenraad, L.
Mexico City, Feb. 27.-Bull Fighting, W. Thomas, F. C, Carter, Y; 5, Chen,
iso which has been taboo for a. long time, E. C. Fries, R. F. Geller, F. P, Zim-
he is about to be resumed in the federal merli.
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AT THE THEATERS
John Drew and Margaret Ill-'
ington in "The Gay Lord Quex"
at the Garrick.
"Love . O' Mike" at the Whit-'
ney, Saturday, March 2.
Ruth Chatterton in "Come Out
of the Kitchen," at the Whitney,
March 11.
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Thur-28-Norma Talmadge
SMoth" (ret.) and Chris
."Almnost a Bigamnist."
Fri+i-George Walsh in "T
New York" and Christie
most a Bigamist". 200

Wuerth-Darrell Foss in'
American Husband." Also
angle Comedy, "Too Many
band." Ford Weekly.

"Her
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Arcade - Norma Talmadge in
"The Moth." Also Christie Com-
edy, "Almost a Bigamist."
Rae -- Emily Stevens in "The'
Outsider." Also Drew Comedy.:

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that district. Carlos B. Zetina, president
f the of the district, recently approached
couldtPresident Carranza on the subject of
the resumption of this sport, and was
scan- told that the president had no objec-
Idea I tion. Need of the revenue that would
Am- accrue to the government through the
Ais,,I bull fights is said to have dictated the
loin change in the government's policy.
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eut. G. L. Ohrstrom Visits Campus
Lieut. George L. Ohrstrom, ex-'19L,
the signal reserve corps,. aviation
ction, stationed at Ellington field,
,xas, is here on a several days' leave
absence prior to sailing for France.-
eutenant Ohrstrom is a member off
elta Chi and Pi Delta Epsilon fra-
rnities.

ROAD COMMISSIONERS WILL
BANQUET TONIGHT AT UNION
County and township road commis-
sioners who are in Ann Arbor to at-
tend the fourth annual short course
in highway engineering will banquet
tonight at the Union. Plans for a
state-wide organization Hof road com-
missioners will be discussed at this
time..
Papers on road accounting are on
the program for the men this morning,
while at 2 o'clock this afternoon Mr.
H. E. Breed, of the New York state
commission of highways will give a
lecture on New York's experience
with various types of road construc-
tion under various traflio conditions.
The School of Music wni entertain
the men attending the course this aft-
ernoon at' a concert in Hill auditor-
ium._

"Love .' Mike," the la4est musicp l
comedy produced joiptly by Miss
Elizabeth Marbury and My. iLes Chu-
bert, producers of "Nobody Home,"
comes to the Whitney for two per-
formaces, matinee and night, atur-
day, March 2.
The play is shown in three scenes,
the first showing the budoir in the
home of Mrs. Marvin who is giving
a week end party. Jackson, her but-
ler, is so worked up, over "crime stuff"
which he has seen in the movies that
he robs the lady guests. However,
he unfortunately leaves his cap be-
TNEKAY RE
TODAY
"WHEN MEN ARE TEMPTED"
MARY ANDERSON and
. AL WHITMAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 1'
"IN THE BALANCE"
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EABJLE WILLIAMS

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WHI 1TNEY THEATI
SAT U RDAY -MA R01|
Coming direct from Chicago and after 39 weeks in New Y
12 weeks in Boston
Miss Elisabeth Marbury (who produced "Nobody Home")
Mr. Lee Shubert present the alluring and
sparkling musical. comedy

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Rev. Edmund F. Pendergast Dies
Philadelphia, Feb. 27. - The Most
Reverend Edmund Francis Pender-
gast, archbishop of Philadelphia, died
at his residence here tonight of dia-
betes. He was stricken on Dec. 15,
last and had been confined to his bed
virtually ever since. He was In his
75th year._

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