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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GUEST RECITES POEMS
FOR MOTHERS' PRUGRAM
E'dgar A. Curst, better known as
"Eddie" Guest, of the Detroit Free
Press, spoke Sunday afternoon in -1111
auditorium before a gathering of niore1
than 1600 mothers and as many towns-
people and students in celebration of
Mother's Day, held here May 11 under
the auspices of the Student Christian1
association.
Th'e general organization was under
the chairmanship of Donald Williams,
'26. The program began Saturday af-
ternoon when several groups of vistors
were escorted about the campus and
interesting places in the city by stu-
dents. A banquet was held Saturday. i h n t e U i n a d s eil sr
night in the Union, and special ser-
vices were held in all of the churches
in keeping with the occasion. Guest
spoke on the general subject of Nlo-
thers and Fathers and several sel-
ections from .his poems.
EXCLUSION SUPPORTERS
OPPOSE DELAYI N BILL5
Washington, May 12.- (E1 A.P.)--
Faced by the apparently unutterablef
opposition of the house of any delay,
in operation of the Japanese exclu-
rion provision of the immigration bill,
conferees upon the measure today
again agreed to make theexclusion
section effective July, 1924.
The agreement has the effect of
elimina'ting completely the proposal
of President Coolige that this govern-
ment endeavor to negotiate the ab-
rogation of the, gentleman's agree-
ment prior to the effective date of
exclusion.

WO2MIENXl F ]MlCHItGAN

adopt further restrictions on immigra-
tion." The negative team, represent-
ig Portia society, includes Dorothy
Nix, Alice Viiet, and Gertrude Bailey.
Five members of the public speaking
faculty will act as judges for the
event.
nAnyone interested in the debate is
OMEN TO 81 ELAC HME invited to attend.
AT i JUNE CONVENTION BRIDGE TEA TO BE
-- GIVEN FOR LEAGUE
New York, May.12.-(By A.P.)--Wo-
men, who will be more numerous and University women are invited to at-
more powerful at this year's National tend a bridge and mah-jong tea at 2:30
Democratic convention than in any o'clock, Tuesday, May 20, in the Un-
previous conclave of the party, have I 1

f Come and tryoutt
IPerha )s you hate latent "pos-
{ ibiiities.
Don't neglect to continue
your exercise just because you
can't play baseball or tennis.
Give. trak and field a trial.
I iPractice from 4 to 6 o'clock
j every Monday and Thursday.
Costumes for the Freshman pageant
must be ready for inspection this
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set out to show their male confreres a
few things about convention conduct.
The authority for this statement is
Miss Elisabeth Marbury, committee-
'woman from New York state, member.
of the Democratic national executive
committee, and recognized leader of
her sex in councils of the party. j
Among other things, Miss Marbury
says, "men have had political conven-
tions all their own way for so lc-w
they've fallen into a rut"; women in
politics "have been taught to take the
responsibility more seriously than
men."
PORTIA, ATHENA
TO"HOLD'DE^T1

This tea is one of the first of the
money niaking projects to be carried
off in connection with the University
of Michigan League drive and is un-
der the direction of Mrs. Hugh Keeler.
Mrs. Leslie Wikel, of this city, :nkd
Miss Christian Foster, of Detroit.
Tables may be reserved by calling
the two former women. Tickets may
be purchased at the Calkins-Fletcher
drug stores and at the Lantern tea
shop. Price, $3 per table. Single
tickets may be purchased for 75 cenI q
MARRIED WOMEN
MAY ENTER RACE
Philadelphia, May 12.-Marriage will

University Girls' Glee club will hold
a brief business meeting at 4:30 o'-
clock today to elect officers for the
coining year. All members are re-
quested to be present.
Act 1 of th Senior Girls' play will
rehearse at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
League rooms of the gymnasiun. Act
2 will rehearse at 4 o'clock tomorrow
in the same place.
All interhouse baseball games
scheduled for last rThursday will be
.played :offat. 4 o'clock today at
Palmer field.

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not make ineligible any student who
Portia society will debate Athena desires to compete for the position of
society in their second annual fresh- Miss Temire, according to the recent
man debate at 8 o'clock tonight in announcement of the beauty contest
University Hall. Alice Goudy, Edna committee of Temwle university. The
Ziegler, and Margaret Nichols, from I winner is to be selected by a board of
Athena society, will present the af- three judges.
firmative side of the question. "Resolv-
ed, That the United States should Don't Forget to Vote
E1NW YORK IN VER SITY

PALMER FIELD HOUSE
WILL BE REMBODELED
Partitions are being torn down and
old furniture removed from Palmer
field house by workmen who are busy
remodeling and making the house into
a club for the exclusive use of U3ni-
versity women. The work will be]
completed and the house ready for use
by Tuesday, May 20, the date set for
Lantern night.
Florence Probst, '26, publicity man-
ager of the athletic board for next
year, has presented plans for the in-
terior decorating of the house. This
work will be carried out by the wo-
men on the campus.
EUROPE-ORIENT
E. G. UEBLER
Licensed Steamship Agent
601 E. huron St. Ph. 1384
Local authorized agent for White Star,
Cunard, U. S., Canadian Pacific, Red
Star, American, Pacific Mail, North
German Lloyd, Mtalian, French, Greek,
Hamburg American, and ALL other
lines. Also, all College Tours on above
Lines can be arranged thru me. See
me early for best reservations. My
services on booking you are free
WVrit(%phone or call.
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