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16-YEAR-OLD GIRL SETS RECORD ON RIFLE
RANGE BY HITTING BULLSEYE 31 TIMES
By shooting 31 consecutive bullseyes on a 300-yard rifle range with a
regulation army rifle 16-year-old Elizabeth Dean of Cambridge, Mass., has
set a world's record for a girl. Her feat was performed on the range at
POWYS LECTURES TO BE HELD
AT W. S. AUDITORIUM
John Cowper Powys, who turned
down his lecture program at the He
brew institute when he heard of what
Jacob Loeb, president, had pulled on
free speech enthusiasts, will go
through with the same series of
The Workers' institute will sponsor
the lectures. The first one will be
given at the West Side auditorium
Wednesday, Jan. 12, 8:15 p. m. It
will be on "Dastorevsky and Nietz
sche." o o
FR1CK CONTESTS WITH GARY
FOR STEEL TRUST CONTROL
New York, Jan. 10. A battle to
unseat Judge Elbert Gary as direct
ing head ot the gigantic U. S. Steel
Corporation is in its preliminary
stages, according to rumors current
in Wall street today.
Henry C. Frick, the Pittsburgh
steel magnate, who is a director of
the steel corporation and is reported
to hold the votes of many other
rectors, is said to be a probable can
didate for chairman of the steel cor
poration. o o
SUBMARINE WARFARE TO BE
CONDUCTED ON FOLLOWING
LINES, PROMISES GERMANY
Freight as well as passenger ships
in Mediterranean shall not be de
stroyed until after passengers and
crews "have been accorded safety,"
if sliips do not resist or try to escape.
Reprisals unwarned attacks as
made in British Isles zone, shall be
excluded from Mediterranean.
Investigation by admiralty and
also in prize court of all merchant
vessels destroyed in Mediterranean.
On high seas in "Atlantic route and
around British Isles, Germany's
pledge so far to warn vessels before
attacking applies only to "liners."
If German submarine commanders
disobey orders they will be punished
and reparation made for death or in
jury of Americans.
Germany will advise of any case
involving American interests.