THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) dring the
College yeae. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
'bwavuE: The Inland Pecss, Hening Block.
Bth Phoe 147
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Athletic Editr, P. W. oes, '5,
T. . Woeeae, '00 L. A. H. MDOALL, '01 E
G. D. HeeNee.'0O E. J. B. WOO, ',
C. L. NLE, '5, C. D. COOL, '9,
L. J.Eoeeeou avY,'O, W. D. HcEe, '0 ,
A. . BOWN, '0.
The suhsciptin pice of the DeILo is1.0 foe
the cllge yea, with a egle deliey efoe
neon eah day. Notices, comuanction, nd
othee mettereintended foepubictiocmsot e
haded in at thc DsIL office beoree 0p ano
mailed to the edite efoes 3p. so.. ci the bay
arevious to that on which theyere expected to
hubciptionsoay ho lft at the DILY office,
Meyr', oe Stolete ewtand, o ilk Bell eec
rpooing pomply 01 thi office any failrec of
All chanescic derotii r m~atrmst111be i
the officec hy4p. .o the eay peeiocelo the
on which the are to appear.
A. H. MoOUGALL.
Prospects Excellent for One-Fourth
Mill Tax Bill.
Wliein Representative MCalicim
woe in the city lot Strday, le woo
cked what the propect were of the
one-efourth mill tax bill pasigthe
boue, which will be te lot stage
except getting the signa tre of
Governor Piiigree if the hene acto
favorably. The bill as paoeol the
ccittee of the hoisie reported it out
favorably. Hocwever, the big battle
is to be fought iii the looe. Rep.
MCallumi did nt hold out ay
hopes of ito paoage in the house, aid
virtually cod it was cure of defeat
The Tioies determined to get a
forecast of (le sitation, aid there.
fore telegraphed Fred Britton,(le
Detroit Journal correpondet, who
is tbe most reliable and bet in-
formced newspaper 1man ncow doig
legislative work at Laiiing. Te
following answer cws received at 3
STATE HouoaE, LANSING, MICH.
(Special to The Eeenin Time),
May 18.-There is oppooition of a
very vigorous character in (le house
to the Univerity oefourtb mill tax
bill, and the sitationi is complicated
by a disposition on te part of some
ot the farmer element iii (le legila
ture to hold the bill up util the
senate passes tlee ocgar bounty bill-
A great deal depends on just what
the senate will do with that bill.
However, Chairman Lusk, of the
ways and means committee, Repro.-
sentaive Carton and ther members
of the University committee, see no
occasion for any alarm over the one.
fourth mill tax bill, and declare it
ultimate passage almost sure.
Seniors Will Pail Three Dollars.
The senior literary class yesterday
decided to fix the class tax at three
dollars per member. The tax wil
he divided ao follows: Memorial,
one dollar and fifty cents: and invi
tatioss fifty cents. Each person who
pays the tax will receive eight invi-
tations and extra ono may e se
cured for five cents a apiece.
The tax is as low as it has ever
been in former yearo ad as the claso
is generally satfied with the memori.
oh it is thlought that everyone will
pay the tax. Former oenior classes
have uually been divided over the
miemoisrial or reception, mattero aid
i 00000 clase only a siiall per
cntage of the members paid the tx.
'00 L. Class Meetin.
A meeting of the junior laws woo
held yesterday at 3 p. in., in (le law
buildiiig. Chairmain Dandridge of
the Washington Birthday Fund Col
lectioii Ccncmittee reported at deici
till of $12 and a tax of lc per hieail
woo asocsed to cover the amount. A.
M. Cloud woii out over J. F. Has-
kett fr asistant managing editor of
'00 Mlic/iipoeeioiai. For miemibers
of the board (le names of R B.
Tlayer, J. F. Barbee, C. L. Coii-
verse, M. C. Tcrer, 1'. S. Wright,
A. P. Ccx, aid C. C. Woiiilw1e01
placed in lonililltiilmi. Messrs. Tlayer,
Barbee 0111 Coinveroe were elected.
Thie egineers hbanlqet 01 liis
given every year u1111r the direction
of thle egineerinig ociety 1111 met1
willh111111 reverses thislsprjinig. It
0wa0 to h111ve ben gveenithis owee,
but was00potoneild oil aciountiOof
Prcfs. Greeiie10111 Cooey teinig ii
Cihicago.The tacstmas~iter 111101n111
yet beeii deinitely upo, bct it is ex-
pected t(lton010will1 be seletedin a
tim~e 00 that (le banqcut call be 110l1
next Friday evening.
MP OTANTSTUI)1E W'J S are
wanted by a reliable educational in-
stitution, to represent them. No oots.
Drawing accit advanced.
Address JAS. T. WOO)WARD.
91 East Adams. DTRcOI, AIC.
By Saving 25o purchase chek at
the following tores.
Mack & Co., Grner & Lutz,
Cutting, Beyer & Co, H. Brown,
Staehler & Co., Groceries, Wi. Arnold,
Eberbach hardware Co., J. J. Quarry,
Seabolt Bros., Groceries, Anton Teufel,
W. W. Wetmore, G. H. Wild Co.,
E. V. Hangterfer, J. Labengayer,
C. F. Pardon, . G. Lodhoz,
300 Coupons get the Ala.
Yee cn s endeemie the oh at Quarrys
F OR BICYCLE REPAIRING
AND SUNDRIES GO TO
Win. J. W ENG ER
HIGH GRADE WORK.
106 N. FOURTH AVENUE.
- New Sats 'Phns 37
No. 113 Eat Liberty S.
Maufacturer aof Detal Intrmet
and Fle Machier.
Special Atetion glass to Bicycle Repairig
A Fal Lins af levesle Sudese in Slck.
f Nour Bicycle Needs
TO BE REPAIRED,
Go to BIERMANAMS,
Stabler's Art Store
FRArt Novelties and
FR Fine Frame Mouldings.
217 S. 4th Ave. Phone, 173.
Coo he furnished ta whet we
are now puttingfthk 1ik te cay
of HoE Weather Drinks at
our cow Soda Fountain-.
Special cooling apparetusad
everything now, clean and at-
J. J. QUARRY
Campusa Drag Store.
F R E S H --
r iish I ,
THE NEW SHOE FOR WOMEN...
THAT THEY ABE
us0 letiers of 001m1en11a01i0n
001,101hoseo i e be
fotu11ate i11obtaining 1this
01111 andeeywhr etr
a ew aesof... ......
who 1thak u 0. avu
plood w~ihin t1h1ei1 rech
suc011beautliful, stylih a10
a reasonable0 prie ...o ...
IF YOUR DOCTOR PRESCRIBED
Your Shoes he11woul~d 1adv1s0SOROSIS
because lthey are HYGIENIC.
IF YOUR FASHIONABLE MILLINER
with1a1eow HaI, 1it1woulld bh OR1OIS.
IF YOUR SWELL TAILOR
Suggested tll Shoeseto0beporchased with
1110 Fall 0u11, 1hey wold hobeiSOO.
W. C. Rein hardt
212 S. MAIN ST., ANN ARBOR.
Nov a 0iULVI1e,;J? CRUISE ta ke the
COAST LINE tMACKIAC
NEW STEEL The Greatest Fesfection
PASSENGER _ye atainedin Boat Con-
STEAMERS. _ s truction: Luxurious.a
SPEED, ~ .- . . Equipmesnt, Artistic Pa,-
COMFORT y - .jncshisg, Decoration and
ADSAFETY. Effcient Service.
To Detroit, Mackinac, Georgian Bay, Petoskey, Chicago
N cthe inoffr a nlo rama1' o f 40I i le s ofequal vsretyand intret
Four TripsereekcisBee1nsayand igh10t01S5evcBtwe
Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac IvrBtwe n DETROIT AND CLE[VELAND
Returna,1,Including Mals and B1 eths. Afeewah and Toledo. and d Soothco eof toit forall points
nm sate ostfrm la n, $1 9.00; feanm5Norhhaddyothrhest.Jua10, ly,Oaol
Tlol, $16.a55 fosam troita, .5. undy5 Tpsanallif tube n~I
SrtA. A. s c1HNeen G . P..e., 1100501,dMInCH. [)INitI ( U a lelanN~is oUIa s a, oale 01110011
Tandemns Crescent Combination (foT Lady and
Gent) Tandems for rent by the hour
F or Pent* or day. Rates Reasonable.
M. STAEBLER'S Bicycle Emporium.
Phsomes No. 8. 119 West Waslingtom Street.
I Manufacturer of ICE-CREAM.
C Special attention given to Socials,
M ac W hi Societies and Picnics, on Short Notice.
Quality and Prices Guaranteed.
Both Phones. 110 South Main St., Ann Arbor, Mich.