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Report Details of
Naval Encounter
-ierman Raiders and British Cruiser
Squadron Battle in South
American Waters
New York, March 21.-Details of an
engagement between German raiders
and a British cruiser squadron in
which two of the raiders were de-
stroyed and several of the British
warships seriously damaged were
brought here today when the Lam-
ports and Holt liner Byron reached
this port from Buenos Aires.
The battle was said to have taken
place in South American waters Feb.
21, and efforts were made by the
British to keep the facts quiet. It
became known for the first time when
the British cruiser Amethyst put into
Montecizeo with most of her super-
structure blown away.
The raiders, supposedly three in
number, sailed into a well planned
British trap according to Yester Rob-
erts, a passenger on the Byron, and
members of the crew. A 5,000-ton
British cruiser disguised as a collier
was the bait. Three days passed with-
out any signs from raiders. Then two
appeared. Suddenly the cruiser
dropped her mask and opened fire with
a six-inch battery. Two other cruisers
near the Amethyst answered radio
calls and joined the fight, and both
the raiders were sunk. Another raider,
t is believed, proceeding to the scene,
escaped.
Opera Gargoyle
Shows Variety

Pop. Mat. Wed f llf Wk. Mar. i9
Best Seats $1 R AlRR I CK Nights
Sat. Mat. 25-1.50 25 to $2.00
DETROIT
TAYLOR HOLMES in
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Thurs.-22-Valska Suratt in "The
ew York Peacock"; and Comedy.
r.-23--Frances Nelson in "One of
Many"; and Drew Comedy. ("Re-
liable Hensy.")
Sat. -4-7. H. Sothern in "The Man
t of Mystery"; Mrs. Vernon Castle in
"Patria." 8 Parts. 1sc.
Mon.-26-Emmy Wehlen in "Van-
ity" (.Ret.); Christie Comedy, ("As
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45.
X3:.5, 9:30"
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thurs.-Fri.-22-23--Irene Fenwick and
Owen Moore in "A Girl Like That."
Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-24-Charles Ray and Dorothy
Dalton in "The Weaker Sex." Also
Triangle Comedy. Evening 15c.
Sun.-Mon-25.26--Marie Doro in "Lost
and Won."~ Also Holmes Travels.

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STARTS TONIGHT
The Big Spring Show
Bison City
Four
SOME QUARTETTE
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"In thie Moonlight"
Three Lyres
Tickling Tones to Tickle
Oxford Trio
Ba' ket Ballen Bicycles
SPECIALFEATURE
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Replete with a variety of drawings
and witticisms anent the Union opera,
lhe March number of the Gargoyle
appeared on the campus yesterday. A
lively sale followed.
A double page drawing by R. P.
Davis, '20, entitled "Our Staff Artist's
impressions of the Opera," cleverly
burlesques characters and scenes of
Lhe "Fools' Paradise." A full page
drawing by the same artist takes a
hit at the condition of Ann Arbor's
,.dewalks in the vicinity of the cam-
pus, during the spring thaws.

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Today
0 o'clock-Interscholastic bas-
al tournament opens in Water-I
gymnasium.
5 o'clcck--Dr. Alejandro Alvarez
in room 101 Economics build-
on "The Monroe Doctrine from
tin-American Point of View."
5 o'clock--Student recital at Uni-
ty School of Music.
0 o'clock --Prof. R. M. Wenley
res at St. Andrew's Episcopal
ch on "Origins and Validity."
45 o'ciock--Dollar4a-Mojth club
s in Alumni Memorial hall.
'clock--Prof. W. A. Frayer talks
sper services in Newberry hall.
o'clock-Spanish club meets in
101 south wing, University hall.
o'clock-Interscholastic basket-
at W aterman gymnasium.
o'clock-International Relations
y class meets in room 302 Uni-
ity hall.
5 o'clo k--"Fools' Paradise" at
ney theater.
Tomorrow
'clock-Interscholastic basketball
aterman gymnasium.
0 o'clock-Interscholastic bas-
ill in Waterman gymnasium.
'cock-Women's league semester

party in Barbour gymnasium.
7 o'clock---interscholastic basket-
ball in Waterman gymnasium.
7:30 o'clock--Alpha Nu meeting in
UniVersity ball.
7:30 o'clock--Kalamazoo Normal
students meet in Newberry hall.
8:15 o'clock--"Fools' Paradise" at
Whitney theater.
9:30 o'clock-Naval reserves' ball
at the Armory.
U yotices
All interscholastic tryouts will meet
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in the
Athletic asscciation's office.
Vafient sare forbidden to leave the
hospital grounds without permission.
The out patient department will be
cared for at the Ad'ministration build-
ing.
ScFnar engineers have three days in
which to order invitations. Orders
will be taken in the Engineering so-
ciety rooms at the following times:
Thursday morning from 9 to 12
o'clock, Friday morning from 8 to 12
o't;' ock, and Saturiay morning from
1 to 12 o'clock.
'i Engineers w ho g'rad-ato in Jiinc
or in February 1918, oruer a;)ur ini-
tat'ons before March 2--dt
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Seek to Frame Better Trade Relations
with Russia
Chicago, March 21.-Samuel N. Har-
per, professor of Russian language at
the University of Chicago, and a na-
tionally recognized authority on Rus-
sian affairs, is enroute to Washington
today to confer with Secretary of
State Lansing. The conference will
be held at the request of the secretary.
Professor Harper formerly was a
member of the University of Petro-
grad.
The state department today indi-
cated officially its intent to under-
take a new treaty with Russia. This
treaty will seek to establish broad,
helpful trade relations between the
two governments. Under the new de-
mocracy it is expected a new stimulus
to trade will come to the almost vir-
gin nation of eastern Europe.
HUMOR AND PATHOS WITH ODD
SCENES MAKE OPERA HIT
(Continued from Page One.)
'17E, as Pietro, the Spanish street
singer, won hearty approbation with
his full rich tenor. To Abraham J.
Gornetzsky, goes the honor of con-
ducting a well-trained orchestra, as
well as for having contributed to the
greater part of the score.
Old Stars Appear
Between the two acts, seven stars
of former operas made their appear-
ance, rendering again those songs now
familiar to Michigan, with which they
had first won fame. -'Gord" Eldridge,
Waldo Fe'llows, Fred Lawton, "Morrie"
McMahon, Kingsley Gould, Frank
Beckman, and J. M. Tribble one by
one displayed their talents, with the
seven joining in a beautiful "When
Night Falls, Dear."
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GERMAN ADICES WARN
US. OfSTATE OF WAR
(Continued from Page One.)
of the national guard, the naval
militia, and the Atlantic fleet.
Financing Under Way
The matter of financing the expect-.
ed call to arms is under way at the
treasury department. The first step,
will be the issuance of $100,000,000 in
bonds authorized in the latest naval
bill to meet a national emergency.
Congress is expected to empower is-
suance at once of another gigantic
bond issue.
Senator Chamberlain conferred with
Secretary of War Baker today relative
to his plan for universal service.
Doubt exists among military men that
the intricate machinery for 'putting
universal service into practice could
be placed in motion in less than two
years. This would, of course, require
the adoption of a volunteer system at
least temporarily in the present crisis
should troops be needed. Before the
universal system could be established
military men say the eligible male
population would first have to be list-
ed under methods similar to the tak-
ing of the national census. It has
been suggested some skeleton form of
universal service might be put into
operation.
TWO GERMAN SAILORS DROWN
WHILE ATTEMPTING TO ESCAPE
Washington, March 21.-Lieutenant
Chorth and Machinist Mate Hermann
Schroder of the German interned
crews at the Philadelphia navy yards
are believed to have been drowned
last night in an attempt to escape.
Eight other men who escaped at the
same time have been captured.

MARY PICKFORD
MODEL GAS WORKS
IN CITY EXHIBIT
Other Civic Institutions to Display
Wares at Show Next
Week
The Washtenaw County Gas com-
pany has promised to build a model
of its plant for exhibition at the mun-
icipal exhibit to be given next week,
starting Monday afternoon in the
council chambers of the City hall. It
will show how the local gas company
carries on its work.
The Ann Arbor Civic association
will have placards showing what the
association has accomplished for the
city. The department of public works
has set up a model showing how the
sewers of the city are laid, how they
are cleaned, how the manholes are
placed in position, and in what places
the large 24-inch pipes are used.
Invitations will be sent to all the
school children the first part of next
week to attend the exhibit with their
parents.
It is the purpose of the officials in
charge of the municipal exhibit to
permit the people of Ann Arbor to
see exactly, by means of models,
drawings, charts, and physical exhib-
its, how the city government is car-
ried on. The exhibit will be free and
will be open morning and afternoon.
every day next week.
MINNESOTA STUDENTS REGARD
CONTRACT TROUBLE AS LIBEL
Minneapolis, Minn., March 21.-The
entire student body of the University
of Minnesota regard the city board of
education's reason for revoking its
contract to rent the East high audi-
torium to the sophomore class as a
libel on the student public and the

honor of the university. Large num-
bers are signing the complaint de-
manding $1,000 damages.
The chairman of the committee in
charge of the play announced yester-
day that it would be given in spite of
the fact that the expense of presenting
it at another place than East High
would be almost prohibitive.
ELIGIBILITY COMMITTEE *
ARRANGES NEW SYSTEM *

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A change has been made in the
working system of the eligibility
committee. Chairmen and man-
agers of student organizations
and activities are now asked to
submit duplicate lists of prospec-
tive participants. One list is to
be returned as the report of the
committee, the other is to be kept
as its record.
For these lists, uniform blanks'
,:ill hereafter be furnished by the'
committee. Blanks may be ob-
tained at the committee's office,
room 8 University hall, between'
11:15 and 12 o'clock Tuesday, and'
between 3:30 and 4:30 o'clock°
Thursdays. At other times they'
may be obtained from Registrar'
A. G. Hall.'

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