THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28,
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Michigan Couple Wed In Detroit
The marriage of Winifred Jones, '22,
to Curtis C. Later, '20D, was celebrat-
ed Tuesday night at the St. Joseph's
Episcopal church of Detroit. Mr. Lat-
er is a member of the Sigma Phi Ep-
silon fraternity. The couple will make
their home in the Dunedin Court
apartment on West Grand Boulevard,
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MASQUES ANNOUNCE PLAYS
"Nevertheless" to Open Series of
Productions for League
Prof. J. Raliegh Nelson, director of
Masques, outlined the year's program
to the club at its first meeting this
week. The society will give several
plays beforpe the Women's league as
usual, the first to take place on Nov. 5.
One of Stuart Walker's band box plays,
"Nevertheless," has been chosen.
Two performances of "The Christ-
mas Guest," a Swedish one act play
by Selma Lagerloft, and a product of
the Vassar work shop, will be given as
Masques' traditional Christmas play.
In speaking of the annual play to be
given at the time of the May festival,
Professor Nelson said: "I cannot s.ee
why the standard set by 'Quality
Street' and 'The New Lady Bantock,'
should not be maintained. I think we
shall every year do a little better. I
don't believe any group of college wo-
men were ever more devoted and loyal
to a common cause or more united
and unselfish in working for fine art-
Two classes will be conducted for
the benefit of the Members of the club.
The play reading group will meet once
a month under the direction of Franc-
es Stevens, '21, to study plays under
consideration for presentation. The
make-up class will continue the work
started last year under Mary Palmer,
'13, training the girls in practical
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Michigan's property owners paid last year an aggregate of over
One Hundred Millions for taxes.
The Budget now being prepared by Commissioner Foote shows
a demand for more State Taxes than last year's total by several
millions of dollars.
The dumping of the Private School Pupils of Detroit alone on to
its Public Schools would cost that city Twenty-Eight Millions for
new buildings and Three and a Quarter Millions a year for
The same cause would increase the School Taxes of Grand Rapids
by Fifty Per Cent.
The Direct Taxes of every disttict would be increased, with no
increase in Primary School Fund money.
The total amount of new money to be raised by taxes for Educa-
tional Purposes in Michigan if the Private and Parochial Schools
are closed by law, in addition to sums already annually expended,
is estimated at Forty-Five Million Dollars for Buildings and Seven
and a Quarter Millions Annually for Teachers and Going Expense.
The Educators of Michigan unanimously agree that it would take
ten years to provide the school facilities which would be demanded
if the Private School Pupils have to be educated at Public Expense.
on the School Amendment
This Advertisement published and paid for by Educational Liberty League-Headquarters, 211 Holden Building, Detroit, Michigan