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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.' .

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BOAT HOUSE
)wing to the many requests
rom our patrons concerning
ancing, we have made a spec-
it effort to install a dance
loor on our spacious pavillion.

We welcome all those who will
conduct themselves in the pro-
per manner.
The first assembly will be held
Friday night, May 5, 1916.
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to American Government
Word "Hindus" from
Burnett Bill

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s to Continue Their Work
Throughout City
. campaign workers have col-
2788 and expect during the
weeks to. bring the total up
this sum being needed for
inuation of Michigan's work.
. campaign committees are
ecting money, although the
tiouse to house canvass has
continued. The work of col-
vill be carried on until the
r amount has been raised..
a Vlack, Mrs. Van Vlack, and;
lzhauser, Michigan's repre-.
s at Busrah, will return to
this summer on a furlough.
expected to arrive in July.
ett and his son will probably
rn this year.

I. A. C. Defeats alamazoo to 1
East Lansing, Mich., May 4.-Kala-
mazoo proved no match for M. A. C.
and lost, 5 to 1, in a slow game yes-
terday afternoon. The pitchers of
both teams were hit freely.
R.H.E.
M. A.C..................5 8 1
Kalamazoo ...... .... .. 1 7 4
Batteries: Lefever, Demund and. Ful-
ler; Conrad and Andrews.
Professors to Lecture During Summer
Two members of the faculty will
spend the summer giving lecture
courses at the University of Califor-
nia at Berkeley, California. Dean H.
M. Bates, of the Law school, will give
a lecture course in law during the
summer session of the western insti-
tution, while Prof. Moses Gomberg, of
the chemistry department, will deliver
a series of talks on organic chemistry.

"We object to the classing of Hindus
as a race or sect with all the vari-
ous classes fitly excluded from ad-
mission to this country," said Dr. N.
S. Hardikar yesterday, wh~n inter-
viewed on the Burnett bill now before
Congress. Dr. Hardikar is a graduate
of the Medical school and is assistant
to Dean V. C. Vaughan. He spoke in
the capacity of president of the Hin-
dusthan association of America.
The Burnett mill to regulate the im-
migration of aliens to, and the resi-
dence of aliens in the United States
excludes the Hindus as a race from
admission into this country. There
are certain exceptions to the bill
which allow students, teachers, and
certain others to enter the country,
however. -
"The bill does not affect the Hindu
student directly, but it is deplorable
to see that the word 'Hindus' has been
used outright," continued Dr. Hardi-
kar. "There might be some of vicious
instinct among the Hindus, but we
maintain that this is true of any race
and that any and all undesirable Hin-
dus could be effectively refused ad-
mission by the provisions of a bill
specifying a long list of undesirable
immigrants irrespective of color, race,
or -creed."
When asked what he would do in op-
position to the bill, Dr. Hardikar said
that as the executive head of the Hin-
dusthan association it was his duty
to appeal to the American government
to strike the word "Hindus" from the
proposed act. He also stated that he
had sought Pres. Harry B. Hutchins',
advice on the matter and that he would
receive his answer tomorrow on the
best course to pursue.
Prof. Cooley to Represent Michigan
Prof. C. H. Cooley of the sociology
department has been selected by Pres-
ident Hutchins to represent the Uni-
versity of Michigan at the National
Conference of Charities and Correction
which will be held at Indianapolis
from May 10 to 17.

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TODAY
Whitney-John Drew In "The
Chief."
Majestic--Ann Murdock and
Richard Travers in "Captain
Jinks."
Arcade-Harold Lockwood and
May Allison in "The Come-
Back."
Orpheum-Mary Pickford in
"Poor Little Peppina."
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"Swing-Out" MAY BE at an
earlier date than first arrang-
ed. Don't delay being meas-
ured at once. No deposit required.
Henry & Company
713-715 North University Avenue

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gested by Thomas Dixon's "The Clans-
man.".
Tonight at the Whitney
"The Chief," in which John Drew
will be seen at the Whitney theater
tonight, provides the popular come-
dian with an admirable new vehicle,
an interesting and romantic comedy,
fairly bristling with epigrams as the
story unfolds both its comic and se-
rious sides. In no piece in which he
has appeared in recent years has Mr.
Drew had so fine an opportunity for
the display of his finished art, for
"The Chief" runs the gamut from
smart satire to genuine romance.
AVIATORS DROP CIGARETTES
But They Are Loaded With Dynamite,
Italian Reports Say
Rome, May 4.-Austrian aviators,
besides dropping poisoned candy over
Italian cities, are now resorting to
cigarettes loaded with dynamite, which
they are dropping on the Italian front
with the objective of inducing the
Italian soldiers to pick them up. Re-
ports to this effect were published in
newspapers today.
Two Americans Injured by Shell
Paris, May 5.-David King, of Provi-
dence, R. I., was injured today in the
ribs when a shell exploded, throwing a
stone against him, while on the German
front. He was taken to a hospital in
the rear of the line. Another Ameri-
can named Scanlon was wounded at
the same time.

TALKS ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
H. S. Hering Explains Theory of Re-
ligion in University Hall
Herman S. Hering lectured on
"Christian Science" last night in Uni-
versity hall. He explained how all
discordant conditions are brought
about by errors in the state of mortal
consciousness. "Disease, disaster, and
death," said the lecturer, "are but ex-
periences in consciousness." In show-
ing the relation between the "inner
world of thought" and the "outer
world of phenomena," he asserted that
"evil acts only in the degree that it is
believed to be real."
Mr. Hering denied that any con-
nection exists between Christian Sci-
ence and mysticism. The results of
science he attributed to a knowledge
and understanding of truth. "Truth,"
he said, "is absolute, is indestructible,"
Cosmopolitan Club Meeting Postponed
In order that its members may at-
tend "The Queen's Progress," the
meeting of the Cosmopolitan club
scheduled for tonight has been post-
poned until tomorrow at 8:00 o'clock.
At this meeting, which will be held in
Newberry hall, nominations of offi-
cers for the year 1916-1917 will be
made.
Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
are the reliable business men of your
city. It will pay you to patronize
them. **

"The Birth of a Nation"
The farewell engagement of D. W.
Griffith's wonderful spectacle of the,
screen, "The Birth of a Nation," isj
announced by the Whitney theater.
It will be seen here for three days,
starting Thursday afternoon, May 11,
with a daily matinee. The first half
of the spectacle unrolls scenes and in-
cidents from the Civil War on a scale
of numbers, diversity and vividness
new to motion pictures in America.
The second half is a pictorial chron-
icle of reconstruction days in the
South, including the carpet-bagger,
negro excesses, and the rise and tri-
umph of the Ku Klux Klan. Inter-
woven with the whole is a double ro-
mance of the Blue and the Gray, sug-

Daily home. 50c

Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
sre the reliable business men of the
city. It is to your interest to trade
with them. **

for the
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Patronize I aily A dvertizers.'

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'Society Brand"

At the
Sm rReady-to-ut-on Suits New Daylight Store

BOOKINGS FOR MAY
PARAMOUNT AND TRIANGLE PICTURES
ORPHEUM TfHEATRE
1'AMOUS STARS IN VAMOUS PLAYS
Matinees, 2:oo and 3:15. Evening, 6:45, 8:00
and 9:15. Saturdays-Holidays continuous
Thurs.-Fri.-4-5-Mary Pickford in Poor Little
Peppina. iT5c.
Sat.-6-Billie Burke in Peggy. 8 reels. .15c.
First show at i o'clock. Come early. (Return
date in June.)
Sun.-Mon.-7-8-1-Mae Murray in To Have and
to Hold.
Tues.-g--De Wolf Hopper in Don Quixote.
(Triangle Comedy.) 15c.
Wed.-1o-Marguerite Clark in The Crucible.
Rebooked.
Thur-Fri.- 1I-12,-Dustin Farnum in Ben Blair
Sat.-13-Bessie Barriscale in The Last Act.
(Triangle Comedy.). 15c.
Sun.-Mon.-14-15-Fannie Ward in For the De-
fense.
Thurs.-i6-Lillian Gish in Daphne and the
Pirate. (Triangle Comedy.) 15c.
Wed.-17-Willard Mack in Aloha O. E. (Tri-
angle Comedy.) Rebooked.
Thurs.-Fri.-18-i9--Constance Collier in The
Code of Marcia Gray.
Sat.-20-W. S. Hart in Hell's Hinges. (Tri-
angle Comedy.) 15c.
Sun-Mon.-21-22-John Barrymore in The Lost
Bridegroom.
Tues.-23-John Emerson in The Flying Tor-
pedo. (Triangle Comedy.) 15c.
Wed.-24-Dorothy Gish in Old Heidelberg.
(Triangle Comedy.)
Thurs.-Fri.-25-26-Hazel Dawn in The Sales-
lady.
Sat.-27-Bessie Barriscale in Bullets and
Brown Eyes. (Triangle Comedy.) 15c.
Sun.-Mon.--28-29--Pauline Frederick in Au-
drey.
Tues.-3o--Norma Talmadge in Martha's Vin-
dication. (Triangle Comedy.) 15c.
Wed-3- George Beban in An Alien. 9 reels
I5c.

The Style of our Suits

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Young

Men and Youths

Whether in High School
College or Business,

Youth demands something more
dashing than the conservative
model that his father wears. His
enthusiasm must be emphasized.
In these suits are those points
fulfilling youth's demands.

We understand the fitting of
Young Hen's clothing. We
appreciate the importance of
matching the suit with t h e
personality of the wearer.

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In buying here the young fellow has the ad-
vantage of being able to choose from every=
thing desirable in Suits-the one-button link
model, the two-button style with soft roll
lapels, the three-button sack, a n d others in
attractive fabrics and patterns.

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