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HUERTA -SCORES WEEK'S
- El Paso Tex., May 24. Gen
eral Pasuale Orozco has suffered
the second crashing defeat with-
in one week.
Orozco and the pemnaots of his
army is iniull retreat ioward the
north. And there are 600 dead
rebels on the "battle-field of Rel
lano. " The federal general, Htierta, is
following Orozco, harrassing him
with his cavalry, increasing the
The battle of Relland began
Wednesday afternoon. Wednes
day night the heat of the engage
ment died down, but-at 4 o'clock
Thursday morning. General Hu
erta swurtg-his artillery into line,
and opened a devastating fire
upon "the rebel position.
Several times, Huerta's infan
try charged. Each time- they were
driven back. "
Toward nightfall, Ofozco real
ized'that his men would flot stand
up Under the federal artillery fire
much longer, and gave order for
At San Ighacio, opposite Fort
Hancock, Tex., the rebel com
mand which, evacuated Guade
lupe, was utterly routed by fed
erals under Major iLuis Sanchez.
Sanchez was mortally Wounded.
Four Mexican secret service
men were captured by rebels near
the border. Two were executed
on the spot', tWtr "escapecf by
swimming the Rio Grande tq
Airierican side, while two'Aftier
ican customs officers, G. RsT'ill-.
man and J. N. Wafer, prevented
the rebels f torn firing Up6n them.
yale secret society
Members are stuck up
Nejv Haven, Conn., May 24.
The 45 members of the three s&i
jbr secret s6cieties of Yale acquir
ed mUcfi knowledge of their uri
popularity and several gallons of
gjue today. .
The forty-five had been attend
ing society meetings They re
turned to VaUderbilt hall, where
they rbbrri, gaily and merrily.
But when they came within"
sight of Vanderbilt hall, their
gaiety and mernness ffed from
them suddenly. '
The non-society members of
the senior cla;ss,clad in pajamas
and various otitlandisb: rigs, were
dapcitfg atoUnd a grand bonfire
just insfde the gates of the halt
The bonfire was a very fine bod
fire indeedT and it was made of
the furnifSre and bedding of the
society members of the class.
Alsothe gates to the hall were
locked, arid the sbciety men tveTe
alibwed tq,watph their vanishing
property fromr the outside for
about half an hour.
Theri, they were tnvitedj one by
one, to cllhib the failings around
the hall. THe railings Were nicely
coated with glue.
Dean JbneS, who Happened to
pass, tirdered the non-society men
tti let the sdciety members into
their rooms. But 4he senior class
hoi polloi was far-above deans
artd University government and
gaid noattention4o him
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