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_________TIHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By EMILE GELE 150,000 aspirin tablets were manu- Trophies Are Awarded
[1 the cough medicine issued factured annually by the pharmacy At Yost Field House
h the Health Service during college, only a fraction of this num- -__
st year had been gasoline, Mr. ber is produced now. Showing why Opening at Yost Field. House yes-1
J. Gibson of the Health Serv- the Health Service is able to buy terday and continuing through todayI
iarmacy could have stored aspirin cheaper from commercial and Monday, the Ann Arbor Citizens'
to make a round trip to the firms, MacDonald contrasted the col- Flower Show offers one of the great-,
ork World's Fair. lege's machine which stamps out est varieties of spring and summer
:h syrup is only onc of the 100 aspirin a minute with the com- blooms ever exhibited in this city.
medicines manufactured for mercial machines which produce 1,000 Guides are on hand to lead visitors
alth Service by its own phar- a minute. through the mazes of aisles and assist
department and the advanced Scalp Tonic Toohu them in finding their favorite dis-
ts of the College of Pharmacy! Incidental preparations manufac- i plays.
ork under the supervision of tured by the University pharmacy de- Six annual awards were made yes-
Charles H. Stocking. Nose partments included scalp tonic, 65 terday immediately preceeding the
aspirin, and ointments are gallons of which was sold to students opening of the show. The Dow trophy
roducts made in large quanti- last year, dusting powders for ex- was won by Mrs. Fielding H. Yost,
vith such miscellaneous ma- ternal irritations totalling 1 0 0 jr., for an arrangement of yellow,
as medicine for corns, hand pounds, 15 gallons of calamine lotion pink ,and blue flowers in a satsuma
hair tonic, and shampoo, used for rash, and various quantities vase, and the Canfield trophy was
up the lighter produce. of shampoo and hand lotions, presented to Mrs. E. A. Gallup for a
Many Ointments Made white bowl of pink and white peonies.
prominent both in quantity and .* . The Yost cup was awarded to Mrs.
are the various types of Oint- I LWMowIt JamesInglis and the Rotary cup
made. During the past 10 A,,iv Of alersiwent to Mrs. Norman Miller. The
, Mr. Gibson and his three Bach Elementary School won the
its have mixed in a stainless Kiwanis cup, and the Ann Arbor
achine, believed by Mr. Gibson WINDSOR, Ont., June 3.-(R')-- News cup was given to Mrs. A. W.
ie only one of its kind, 23 dif- The advance guard of an expected j Diack.
kinrds of ,Tlves f t. llinr s 363 1 + " ._4

Re=Zoning Plan Hit
By City Residents
Third ward residents objecting to
rezoning certain areas within the
ward were heard at a public hearing
Friday night by the ordinance com-
mittee of the city council with Ald.
John E. Tracy, professor in the law
school, presiding.
The controversy concerned chang-
ing the district bounded by Miller
Avonue, Spring Street, Summit Street
and Brook Street from class A to
class B, allowing the construction
of multiple dwellings within that
area, and the changing of 13 lots at
Main and Summit Streets from class
A residential to class E industrial.
Leigh Thomas, sergeant at arms I
of the State Senate, was spokesman'
for the third ward residents.

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pounds.
In contrast to the amount of oint-
ment issued last year was the trif-
ling two quarts of medicine for corns.
As Lee H. McDonald, student direc-
tor of making medicinal preparations
in the pharmacy college, suggested,
the current eccentric shoe styles that
subordinate shape to comfort may
have something to do with this lack
of corn suffering. MacDonald also
observed the small quantity of sleep-
ing potions used by students, a fact
which indicates the soporific quali-
ties of studying, and sorrowfully add-
ed, "as yet we make nothing to keep
them (students) awake."
Ephedrine Sulphate, which is not as
poisonous as it looks in pr' nt, was
used in clogged nasal passages drop
by drop last year until 21 gallons
were consumed. These nose drops
were put up in 14,000 vials which had
to be washed, sterilized and capped.
Though at one time approximately1

several thousands of visitors moved'
into Windsor tonight to witness the
reception to King George VI and
Queen Elizabeth here Tuesday.
Immigration officials at Windsor,
reported that more than 1,000 per-
sons, many of whom had driven long
distances, had crossed from the Unit-
ed States into Canada at 5 p.m. today
for the reception. The officials pre-
dicted an additional 5,000 visitors
would cross the border over the week-
end and several thousand more on
Monday.

Judges for awards were Mrs. E
erett S. Brown, chairman; Pr
Frederic H. Aldrich of the archit
tural school; Mrs. B. A. DeVere Ba
ey; Mrs. Roger Bailey; Mrs. Frie
Blanchard; Dr. Elzada U. Clover
the botany department; Prof. Cat
erine B. Heller of the architectu:
school; Mrs. Everett Judson; Walt
Kleinschmidt, head gardener of t
botanical gardens; Prof. Harlow
Whittemore of the landscape desi
department, director of Nichols A
boretum.

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Miehigan In Former Days'
Exhibit Being Held At Library
Among the articles exhibited in a exhibited various tables written in
display of "Michigan in Former Days" the hand of Judge Woodward, author
in the main corridor of the main of the act which established the
library is a photostat copy of the act University.
establishing the University of Michi- One case is filled with pictures of
gan on Aug. 26, 1817. former members of the faculty.
Early records of the University, in- Among the pictures exhibited are
Earlynrecordsiof theuUniversityfinheones of Henry Philip Tappan, presi-
cluding the first annual report of the dent of the University in 1852, Harry
President of the University in 1818 Burns Hutchins, president of the
while Michigan was yet a territory, University from 1910 to 1920, and
are also on display. Too, there are James Burrill Angell, presidentof
the University from 1871 to 1909.
Many pictures of student groups are
also displayed. Among these is a pic-
ture of the Michigan Band of 1859,
which had but six members.
Included in the exhibit are pictures
of former campus buildings, among
BRASSIERES which are the Law schools of"1863
and 1893, the orinigal medical school
of 1848, the old library which was
destroyed in 1917, and a general view
of the campus in 1855, in which pic-
ture many cattle maybe seen graz-
ing complacently on the succulent
grasses of the campus.

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PAJAMAS
PLAYTOGS . . (from $1.9 5)
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The new low KODAK
prices will make it easier
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with yourself.
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723 North University

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VACATON
CLOTHES

You'll be saying,
I bought all my
fore I left."

"so happy
clothes be-

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To keep you Cool
on Sun-drenched
Play Days

From Fair to Fair and Every-
where Between, These Are
Summer's Smartest . . . .
Coolest Fashions
Going\to either World's Fair,
Vacationing, on your honey-
moon, week-ending at the
lake, or just staying at home,
we have a grand collection of
all occasion summer clothes
at vacation budget prices.

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COTTONS
Cottons for every
hour of the day.
Play suits, over-,
alls and slacks.
Summer coats in
white and natur-
al at $10.95.

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Frocks in airy, colorful, cotton
prints, stripes and polka-dots.
Just the sort of dresses you'll
want to live in at the shore,
in the country, or just for
staying-at-home. Both two
and three-piece styles-priced
very specially at
$6.95

DARK SHEERS
COOL TRAVELERS
PRINTS, NAVY, BLACK
Sizes 11 - 17, 12 - 46
LITTLE SUITS of
sharkskin and cotton
gabardine . . . sizes 11 - 20
Summer knit suits, easy to pack,
grand for cooler days.
New Summer Accessories .. . white

To be smartly "in the swim" you must
certainly have the newest versions in beach
attire ... suits of flattering cut and interest-
ing new weaves . . .. reflect the very latest
style trends. You'll find them all in our
shop of swimming togs.
Plain and printed satin Lastex, with and
without skirts. Clever dressmaker suits.
$2.95 - - $5.95

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