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Further Allied progress towards Cambrai and St. Quentin along an 80-miles front; British front now runs by Canizy, Estrées-en-Chausée, Nurlu, Vèlu, and St. Leger; Germans pivoting near Arras; French beyond Chauny and Ham, their cavalry within five miles of St. Quentin. President Wilson summons special sitting of Congress for April 2 “to receive a communication by the Executive on grave questions of national policy”; a declaration that state of war exists with Germany expected.