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I HISTORICAL EVENTS
I SHOWN BY MOVIES
Yale Club Presents Three of
Picture Series Dealing With
I High Lights in U. S.
Carrying out the suggestion of the
!atc President Roosevelt that a series
of histories of the American nation,
combining' scholarship and literary
skill, be prepared, the Yale I'niver
sity Press has produced a series of
■photoplays of American history, and j
the first presentation of the films in I
Washington was made at the Cen
tral High School last night p* an
audience which taxed the capacity
of the auditorium. Tin- pictures were, j
shown under the auspices of the Vale
Club of Washington.
The program was opera-I by the
singing of "America’’ by the x.iui.-
eace, led by Thomas G. Sherman of
the Talc Club, after which President
fclrnest Knaebel of the loci! eiub in
troduced William S. Oiibert«on. vice
chairman of the I’nited States Tariff
Commission, as the speaker.
.\alnrr of Task for Tale.
‘■ff Air. Culbertson said that it was
but natural that Tale University
should be selected to take up the
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task of preparing this history’, for
1 throughout the long history of this
I institution It has stood in an unusual
way for education and responsible
citizenship.
The speaker quoted from a speech
jot President Roosevelt in which ho
said. “We in America hold in our
, ! hands the hope of the world, the fate
' jof the coming years, and shame and
i disgrace will be ours if in our eyes
'the light of high resolve is dimmed,
if we trail in the dust the golden
i hopes of men.” The spirit upon which
! America was founded, ho said, should
ever dominate our every action. There
| is need of the frontier spirit today.
Three Pictures Shown.
“Jamestown.” “Wolfe and Mont
j calm” and “Vincennes” were the pic
• tures presented last night.
The ten pictures which have been
finished are being distributed through
the Pathe Exchange, Inc. Resides the
three shown last night, they are;
“Columbus,” “The Frontier Women,”
“Daniel Boone,” “Peter Stuyvesant,”
“The Gateway of the West,” ‘The
Puritan,” and “Alexander Hamilton.”
A detachment of marine buglers,
i gunners and color bearers presented
j colors.
HEAD OF Q. IVl7c. SPEAKS.
i
■Gen. Hart Tells Duties of Ideal j
Quartermaster.
Maj. Gen. William 11. Hart, quar
termaster general of the Army, last
night addressed Washington reserve
quartermaster officers on “The Ideal
Quartermaster.” Ho explained the
functions of the quartermaster de
partment, in tho field and in Wash- !
Ington. At tho outbreak of the world
war there wore only 2 per cent of the i
required commissioned personnel of 1
quartermaster officers, ho said, and 1
now there aro 0,929 Regular, Reserve I
' THE EVENING- STAR. WASH INGTON, I). 0„ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 102 4.
and National Guard quartermaster offi
cers.
The officers last night adopted
resolutions urging Congress to ap
propriate sufficient funds to send one
third of the total number of reserve
f distinction in *»
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service.
Good Glasses as low as J 2.00
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officers to this year's training camps
and to provide adequate headquarters
facilities for tho reserve units.
Maj. Troupe Miller, general staff.
gave a short talk on divisional
supply.
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