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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LEGISLATORS MAY
IEERSE TAX LAWS

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Forecast Change of Opinion
Of Former Opponents of
Income Tax

on Part
State

POSTMASTER ABBOTT URGES
STUDENTS TO REGISTER
"Students! If you have not already
done so, fill out a pink card giving
your correct address and drop it in
the nearest mail box immediately,"
is the urgent request of city postmast-
er H. J. Abbott.
According to Mr. Abbott, as many
as 2000 packages and 400 special de-
livery letters are flooding the post-
office every day, in addition to a great
amount of ordinary mail. Seven
trucks are being used to handle this
mail and while most of it has been
delivered, many of the packages and
letters are being held at the 'post-
office for want of definite addresses.

But What

a Difference

in the Clothes!

REP. LORD, DETROIT, SUGGESTS
LICENSE FEES FOR BUSINESSES
Lansing, Oct. 9.-The posibility of
a revision of form on the part of op-
ponents of a state income tax in fore-
cast by several members of the legis-
lative group that fought against the
passage of an income tax measure
and advocated a coroporation tax, in
case the state supreme court should
hold the new state corporation tax
invalid.

ology students. New tables have been
placed in the laboratory and an im-
proved lighting system installed. The
capacity of the laboratory has been
increased to 82 students in a section,
instead of 30 as formerly.
Dancing Classes
Under the Supervision
__of-
Jeanette Kruszka Johnson
--- and
Phillip Rae Miller
will commence at the
PACKARD DANCING ACADEMY
Thursday, Oct. 13th, 7 P. M.
Beginners' class every Monday
and Wednesday at 7 P. M.
Advanced students' class every
Tuesday and Thursday at 7
P.M.
ENROLL .NOW
Enrollment daily, 3 to 5 P. M.
at private studio, 721 N. Uni-
versity Ave. (above Lyndon
Kodak Shop.) Phone 7884.

CADILLAC
NASH COLE
H. E. BARKE
Phone 1927

AUTOMOBILE
TRANSPOR-
TATION
RATES BY HOUR
OR TRIP
Party Driving a Specialty

You may pay a little more for our clothes
because they are cut, styled and fitted for
your personal taste. Hand tailored from
imported woolens gives them smarter style
and longer wear. There's a little differ-
ence in the price - but what a differ-
ence in the Clothes!

$65 - $70 - $75

WE MAKE EVERY
SUIT WE SELL.

Assail Corporations
At least one or two staunch support-
ers of the corporation tax, and as
staunch opponents of the income tax,
were in Lansing recently to attend a
meeting of the special tax commission
appointed by the 1921 legislature. In
their opinion the corporations did the
worst possible thing, so far as their
enmity toward an income tax is con-
cerned, when they attacked the cor-
poration tax.
Rep. George Lord, of Detroit, who
led the fight in the legislature for the
passage of the corporation tax law,
said that attacks upon it, if they are
successful, will surely lead to a state
income tax. He suggested, in case
the corporation tax is held unconsti-
tutional, a license on businesses in the
state.
Suggests License Fees
The license fees would return the
corporation's pocketbooks to as great
an extent as the corporation tax, and
further, he believes, if such a pro-
cedure becomes necessary the voters
of the state would be in a frame of
mind to vote favorably on an income
tax proposal.-

Pathology Laboratory Enlarged
The Pathological laboratory in the
Medical building has been entirely re-
arranged to meet the growing needs
of that department occasioned by the
large increase in the number of path-

Moe

Laundry
204 No. Main

ANN ARBOR
NASH GARAGE
Across from the "Maj."

Phone 2355-F1

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Silk and Flannel Shirts Given
Special Attention

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Are you hungry for candy?
DO you ever get that craving for
I something sweet, something a little
different from ordinary foodP
And it never occurs to you what you
want until it is called to your attention.
You see a window fullof
5C1 RAFFT
CHOCOLATES
And you say,"I'll take a boxhome to the
family." But on the way you take off the
wrapping and look inside. And when you
get home you decide not to say anything
about the candy you bought, for it is
all gone.
Next time Tou will buy two boxes and let
the family in on it too,
GOODYEAR DRUG CO.

DONALD SON'S
711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
NOW SHOWING A COMPLETE LINE OF
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
SPECIAL SHOWING OF
COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS
WHITE OR COLORED
IMPORTED WOOL HOSE KNIT TIES PAJAMAS
OVERCOATS WOOL SCARFS LINED GLOVES
IMPORTED ENGLISH CAPS FROM
AYRES & SMITH
LONDON

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Last Sunday noon about 32 steps from
State Street an awfully hungry feeling.
This is what we have to
cure that feeling today:
SOUP
Chicken a la PrinlaniereV
Celery Olives Sweet Gerkins
Fricassee of Chicken, Home Dressing

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Chicken Saute- with Oysters
Mashed Potatoes Escaloped Corn
Neapolitan Crescents Orange Sauce
If you w'ant to lose that empty feeling
eat at
Flowers" Restaurant

OR. ANGELL OUTLINES
COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES
BEFORE YALE STUDENTS
"INITIATIVE, INDE P E N D E N C E,
PLUS CHARACTER MAKE
FOR SUCCESS"
"To the young student just enter-
ing upon his college course there is
offered as literally as never before an
opportunity to train himself to play
a crucial part in the world's work,"
said Dr. James R. Angell, president of
Yale University, in a recent speech to
the members of the university.
"Social and political ideals are in
ferment, moral and religious tradi-
tions are under unprecedented strain,
commercial and industrial relations
are experiencing almost revolutionary
changes, and more is to follow. Sure-
ly never has the call for independent
thinking and courageous initiative
been so loud and so insistent. To meet
it successfully, one must unite youth,
vigor and disciplined mind, with solid
well-formed character," declared
President Angell. "These are gifts
that the university gives to those Who
earnestly seek and strive to achieve.
To the sluggard or the loafer she
cannot give these powers, which come
only by self-exertion. One may as
well hope to gain powerful muscles
by idleness and inactivity as to se-
cure mental grasp and intellectual
strength by mental sloth and inter-
mittent effort."
Advanced
SECRETARIAL TRAINING
for Stenographers
MON. & THURS. EVENINGS
Hamilton Business College

MAJOR

and

SPECIAL NOTICE

Go to

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Have your shoes repaired at Dieterle's
and save money.
Call us up and get our prices

HENRY 0. DIETERLE

COMPANY

PHONE 1861-j
NEAR WILLIAM ST.

II 343 SOUTH MAIN

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615 E. LIBERTY ST.

Wall-Paper
Paints

WE HAVE A HOBBY

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Most people have a hobby of
kind but our particular hobby

some
is to

Oils

"THE GIFT SHOP OF MAIN ST."

Glass

Floor-Wax

HERE YOU WILL FIND EVERYTHING IN
GIFTS AND NOVELTIES

Dancing-Wax

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DECORATED GLASS CANDY JARS
POLYCHROME BOOK ENDS
KEWPIE POWDER PUFFS
POLYCHROME CANDLE STICKS
DECORATED GLASS COLOGNE BOT-
TLES
JAPANESE GOODS
ELECTRIC TABLE AND FLOOR
LAMPS
SHOE BLACKING OUTFITS
DECORATED SERVING TRAYS
DECORATED GLASS NIGHT SETS
DECORATED DOOR KNOCKERS
FIREPLACE FIXTURES AND FAIRY
FUEL
SCHUMACHER HARDWARE CO.

Polishes

O'Cedar-Oil

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Brushes

serve the best Sunday dinner in town.
This is what we have for you today -
Cream of Celery Soup
Fricassee of Chicken with Biscuit
Roast Veal with Dressing Croquettes
Potato Salad with Sliced Ham Escalloped Potatoes
Mashed Potatoes Buttered Squash
Macaroni and Cheese
SALADS
Head Lettuce with Thousand Island Dressing
Fruit Salad Cottage Cheese
DESERTS
Cocoanut Cream Pie Apple Pie
Baked Apples with Whipped Cream
Ice Cream Sunshine Cake

CHICKEN
DINNER

Stains

Varnishes, etc.,

50c

in fact

You can
always get
the best

everythino
in Wall-Paper
or Paint trade

there
at --

is

203

Starbuck's

A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

Restaurant
605 East Liberty St.

E. WASHINGTON ST'
PH_ONE 237 -

Our Object is to Please at the
CITY Y. W. C. A.
508-510 EAST WILLIAM STREET

308-10-12 South Main Street

Phones 174, 175-M

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