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SECRETARY OF NAVY REPORTS
CREWS ARE INCREASING
Berlin, March 30.- "Neutrals must
make their deisiors. We must and
can with perfect calm await their
further resolutions," Secretary of the
Navy Capelle declared in reporting
the successful February submarine
campaign to the Reichtag main com-
mittee today. He predicted greater
submarine success in the future, and
said, "The German navy, from the
fleet's commander to the last fireman,
is convinced that the task undertaken
will be continued to a victorious end."'
Not only are the number of the sub-
marines at the front increasing, Cap-
elle said, but their efficiency is de-
veloping. He characterized as inven-
tions the enemy and neutral estimates
of the number of submarines lost, say-
ing the, number lost was negligible,
and much less than the number of
new U-boats sent into the war zone
in February and March.
"To be sure our enemies make the
greatest efforts to master the submar-
ne danger," continued Capelle, "and
if submarines could be conquered by
speeches in parliament, they would
have disappeared long ago, but for us
it is quite enough to oppose speeches
of the enemy with our facts."
CHOOSE JUDGES FOR
All Exercises Submitted Must Deal
with Some Phase of Uni-
Mr. Lyman L. Bryson of the rhetoric
department, Prof. M. P. Tilley of the
English department, and Prof. J.
Raleigh Nelson of the engineering
English department, have been chosen
to act as judges for the editorial con-
test now being conducted by Pi Delta
Epsilon, upperclass honorary journal-
All editorials must deal with some
phase of University life and activities.
For further information regarding the
contest call the contest editor, phone
NEED SIX BILLION TO PLACE
U. S. ON ADEQUATE FOOTING
Washington, March 30.-It would
cost $6,000,000,000 to place the United
States on an adequate war footing
with a force of 1,000,000 men under
arms, military men here estimated
today. This, it was said, would be a
conservative budget when the tre-
mendous cost of raising and equip-
ping such an army and properly
augmenting the navy is added to the
heavy expenses of a war government.
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Thurs.-29--Stuart Holmes in "The
Scarlet Letter"; Charlie Chaplin in
"easy Street." (Ret.) 15c.
Fri.30-11arold Lockwood and May
Allison in 'The Promise''; Figman
Comedy ("A Modern Romance.")
(nder the auspicesof the Geneva
Sat.-3i-Anita Stewart in "The
Glory of Yolanda," and Mrs. Ver-
-~non Castle in "Patria." i~c.
Mntinees, 3 2:00 30 J vening. 6:45,
Sat.-31-Bessie Love in "Nina, the
Flower Girl." Also Triangle Com-
edy. Evening, 15 cents.
We advise our patrons to attend
matinees on Satug days anad Sn-
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Bicycle riding on. campus sidewalks
is forbidden by'order of the Regents.
Thisx includes walks on the four sides
of the campus.
Characters in "Les Pattes de
douche" rehearse this morning in the
following order: 10 o'clock, Claudine,
Solange, Baptiste, Henri; 10:30
o'clock, Prosper, Suzanne, Vanhove,
Thirion, Colomba, Marthe, Busonier,
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Those elected as club officers are:
President, H. G. Prettyman; vice-
president, Prof. S. L. Bigelow of the
chemistry department; secretary, R.
C. Hussey; treasufer, H. L. Wester-
man; officer, Col. A. C. Pack. The
next meeting will be held at 7:30
o'clock Monday night in the city "Y."
H. G. Prettyman Elected President of
A branch of the National Rifle as-
sociation of America, to be known as
the Ann Arbor Rifle club, was recent-
ly formed in the city Y. M. C. A. A
campaign to raise the membership to
150 will be started within a few days.
The organization, open to all citizens,
has secured the use of both the na-
tional guards' indoor and outdoor
ranges for target practice.
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Fresh Engineers Change Dance Date
Owing to the fact that the soph
prom has been planned for May 11
at the Armory, the fresh engineers
have found it necessary to change the
date of their dance to May 18.
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8 o'clock-Bird club meets at north
entrance of Natural Science building
for field trip.
12 o'clock - Michigan women's
luncheon at Barbour gymnasium.
2:30 o'clock-Junior Girls' play in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
7 o'clock-Craftsmen club meeting
at Masonic temple.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
8 o'clock-April Fool social at Mc-
Millan hall for Presbyterian students.
8 o'clock-Unitarian society play in
Unitarian guild house.
10:30 o'clock-Mr. J. C. Robins talks
at the Baptist church.
2:30 o'clock - Infantry officers'
school in Barbour gymnasium.
5 o'clock-Mrs. D. E. Wiber talks
to University women in Newberry hall.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. L L. Sharfman
talks on "Business as a Profession"
in Lane hall.
7:30 o'clock-Dr. G. B. Stewart
speaks at the Presbyterian church.
A limited number of tickets for the
Junior Girls' play may be obtained
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy. tfi
in the city
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