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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IUII[ULL d IL[t LJ I
[FEATEDIN HOUSE
panese Exclusion Provision Placed
In Immigration Bill Falls
191-171
OOLIDGE'S REQUEST FOR
DATE POSTIPOINEMIENT LOST
Washington, May 9.-(By, AP)-
y a vote of 191.to 171, the house de-
ined today to approve the Japanese
xclusion provision of the imnigration
ill inserted by house and senate 'con-
rees at the request of President
oolidge.
The measure was sent back to-con-
rence with the. house managers in-
,ructed to insist on elimination of
he provision which would postpone
e effective date of exclusion to March
1925 and would request the presi-
ent to negotiate with Japan for ab-
>gation of the "gentleman's agree-
ent."
This action threw open the effective
ate, as the house conferees were giv-
n no instructions to put up a fight
r the original house provision to en-
>rce the ban July 1. The senate vot-
I to make exclusion effective upon
nactment of the bill but the confer-
e after agreeing to accept the house
decided to recommend postpone-
ent for an additional eight months.
'I LAMBDA THETA
ELECTS OFFICERS
Pi Lambda Theta, honorary educa-
onal sorority, has elected the follow-
ig officers for the coming year:
resident, Muriel Fox, '25Ed., vice-
resident, Elsie Berk, '25Ed., record-
ig secretary, Marjory Read, '25, cor-
esponding secretary, Lucille- Chalm-
rs, '24, treasurer, Louise Penning
n, '25, keeper of records, Frieda
chimidt, '25.

Clement's Library Receives EVENTS ON FEPRY FELD PHARMACY STUDENTS
Collection Of Rare Volumes
TODAY CONCLUDE GAMES HMO AT
Rare volumes of unusual value have entific students of bibliography have ,y" Hanft 24t was awarded
just been received by the William L. been endeavoring to arrange and (Continued from Page One) the Lehn and Fink gold medal for ex-
Clement's library in the form of a classify all the known items so that I Three five-men teams will compete celenPinksghldip a thea-
collection of the "Voyages'" of Theo- the field of knowledge on this subject in this contest, the side winning two nual dinner of the students of the
dore Debry. This set was formerly might be more complete. To do this races winning the event and the point.-a College of Pharmacy held last night
lacked by the library and its acquis-Co is neoessaryldathave nghtv1
ition will make the library the out- complete set, which but few collect- These teams, asIwi those for the cane at the Union.
standing depository of this work In ors or libraries can afford. The spree, will be- chosen by Lowell Pal- This medal, which is "for the ad-
America. Ciement's library can now claim a mer, sophomore leader, and George vancement: of pharmaceutical schol-
;ebry lived duripg the sixteenth nearly complete set, wherein biblio- Snyder this morning when the second arship," was given by Lehn and Fink,'
century' at the 'time when discovery 1 graphical -investigation can be done year men assemble at 8:30 o'clock in a New York pharmaceutical manufac-
and exploration of the new world' was with' some hope of making discoveries. front of Waterman gymnasium. turing firm. It is the first tinie that
revolutionizing history. He deter- The present addition numbers In the cane spree, two teams of 20 it is has been presented, but from
mined to publish a collection of ac- among other volumes the copy of the men each will compete, the winning now on it will be awarded 'annually.
counts of the voyages of Colunbus and earliest history of Virginia in Latin, side to be decided by the number of. It wars preseinted to Hanft on the basis
other-famous explorers, *-company- published in' 1588, in this 'case the id- 'canes captured at the end of a stated of superior scholarship maintained!
ing each volume with a series of large entical copy which was in the library period. Each two men will have a during his four years in the pharmacy
engravings illustrating the text. of the famous Archbishop of Canter- cane between them, and will try to college.h
As time went on the pictures became bury, John Whitgift, at th'e time of take it away from his opponent The Rho Chi prize for freshman
in a sense more important than the Queen Elizabeth. The rope tying contest will be con- pharmacists was awarded to Oarwin
text and Debry soon began to, pick It is the plan of the oficials of the ducted as in the past, the side obtain- E. Sacheroff, '27P. He was given this
up any standard story already pub- Clement's library to put these vale- 1 ing the largest number of tied pris- on the basis of scholarship maintain-
lished and reprint it with his illus- I able books on exhibition at an early oners winning the game. All fresh-;eb inthfsthyar intao-
trations. The pictures, rather than date, where they may be viewed by the men and sophomores are permitted gylegh.
the text, have sustained the interst in public. to compete in this event, the only re-
Debry, because so many of the texts striction being that of wearing tennis The banquet was held under the au-
are procurable elsewhere in other Ilinsdale's Son Dies shoes. w aspices of the Prescott club.
forms. Freshmen will assemble again at
In the days before the Sunday roto- Dr. Albert E. Hinsdale, son of Prof. 8:30 o'clock this morning in front of Offer Prize for Being Polite
u .t th "V W. B. Hinsdale, of the Medical school, 'the Union, to march from there to New York, May 9.-In order to en-
age of Debry which gave the people died at 5:30 o'clock Thursday after- Ferry field, where the contests will courage the old fashioned and often
of the old world some idea of the mar- noon in Cleveland. Funeral services start at 9 o'clock. The sophomores forgotten habit of being polite, a two
velous discoveries being made by Co will be held at 3 o'clock today at the will assemble also at 8:30 near Water- years scholarship has been offered to
umbus and successors. Here are the Hinsdale residence, 716 Forest ave- man gymnasium. the most polite man at Columbia uni-
earliest known pictures of what the nuc- versity. The offer is made by L. J.
American Indian looked like when the "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything Fagan, dance hall proprietor, am1dis
first whjte Englishman set foot on Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. quickly.-Adv. open to all students.
American soil. Here are the. pictured a- -
stories of the Conquest of Peru by
Pizarro, 'the discovery of the Pacific _
Ocean by Balboa land 'a thousand - ---"
other episodes.
The book-collector and bibliograph-
er has for years sought ea.gerly for
these rare volumes when they appear,1 dMIt 1 er sou choice a o:coreer,college tiditflg Lds increase
ed, because no one knows exactlyi-o e ri
where a complete set is, and the sci- your economic 'value, and whatever business or 7rofession yOu enter,
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Baseball Results
AMERICAN LEAGUE
All games postponed on account of
bad weather.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Pittsburg 10, Boston 7.
All other gamespostponed on ac-
count of bad weather.
Nebraska to IoA. Meet .
Lincoln, Neb., Ma3 9.2More than
30 high schools will be entered in the
annual track and field meet to be;
held tomorrow under the auspices ofj
the University of Nebraska.. It ;is, ex-
pected that new high shoo t. t e
records will be set at this met, for
it will be the first' one to be con-
ducted on the new Nebraska track,
which is faster than the old one.

ON ELECTIONS, MONDAY
The Daily will issue a special
elections extra on Monday, May I
12. All candidates for the presi-
dency of the Student council, the
Union, the Student's Christian
association, and the Oratorical 1
board who wish to have their
pictures appear in this extra I
mistuturn in glossy prints today
at the Daily office in the Press
building. Credentials for i tht j
:candidates;in order t© appear in
the elections issue'must be writ
ten :immediately and turned; into
the ipresidents of the various or=
ganizations.I
If the =pictures or the lists ot j
qualifi'qations for the officep ir i
any o;e ,organization are incom
plete' that organization will' b 6
omitted entirely from the extra.

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try, leaving behind it s'uci an impression
as was: never before created by a motion
picre. For in it are all the things
the whole world wants to see. There is
love and beauty and adventure and mag-
nificence and a whole army of thills;
everything needed, in fact, to transport
us from this humdrum, workaday age
back to the days of strife.

PRICES
Matinee
Balcony, 35c
Auditorium, 50c.
Evening
Balcony, 50c
Auditorium, 75c
Diddles 25c
All Prices Include Tax

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MEN AND OTHERS

''Tom Wy," Bradley" and "Thermo"
Knit Coats, Sweaters and Jackets.

Iptresenting tihe Orig nal Musical Score Used at Its New York Pre-
miere Showing. With Orchestra Doublcd to Present the Harmony
'f Melodious Effects.

STARTING
SUNDAY

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Umber, Up.
Tennis, golf, baseball, track, racing-every
type of keen, active sport leaves muscles
stiff and sore until you've had time to get
in real condition. But a rub-down with
Mifflin Alkohol will speedily relieve this
stiffness. The penetrating qualities of the
Alkohol plus the gentle influence of the
massage take out all soreness and leave
yoi ready to have another set-or round
-or whatever it may be!
And Mifflin Alkohol has a
dozen other daily uses, too!
After bathing, a Miffin rub-down is cooly
ing a ,d invigorating.
After exercise, Mifflin Alkohol relieves
tired muscles and many "sore spots."
Mifflin Alkohol is denatured by r fornmula
which actually improves it for external- se.
College teams and many -other athletic
organizations use Miffin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as il'ustrated.

KNICKERS AND BREECHES, for all activities, in large assortment
for ladies and men. Corduroy and Whipcord Sport Suits, Ladies' Knickers,
White Duck, Navy, Linen and Khaki Trousers, Coveralls, etc., $1.85 up.

of materials
$1.98 up.

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Hiking Shoes, Wool Socks, Golf Hose, L eggings, Puttec , Officers Dress and Army
Shoes, Tennis Shoes, Waterproof and High-Tops, Moccasin Pack' Shu for Ladies and Men.
Army Shoes, $3.95 up.
0. D. Wool, Khaki and fine Poplin Army Shirts, Pongee Dress and Sport Shirts, all Kinds
of Underwear, Hosiery, Golf Hose, $1.50 up. White Navy Hats, 50 cents.

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Cravanettes, Whipcords, $13.98 and up, Rain Coats, $2.98 up, Slickers

Tents

All kinds and sizes.
Shelter (or "Pup")

Auto-Touro, Regulation Wall, Army, Mosquito,
and Childrens' Play Tents.

Canoe Blanket , CUshions, Auto

The ARCADE plays another super-pic-
ture [

Robe, Amy lankets

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Sales Agents: HAROLD F. RITCHiE & CO., Inc.
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Knapsacks, Barracks Bags, Canteens, Mess Cans, Grills, Stoves, Serving Sets, "Gold Medal
Camp Furniture," Cots, Stools, Tables, Folding Buckets, Sam Browne Belts, Scout
Axes, Picks, Shovels, Auto Tires, Army Trunks, etc.
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