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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, M:1ItCII 6, 1','

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, MARCH 6,1

MAY ORDER METERS
F R C T Ornance R g ulting and Licensing
Cats Reaches Second
Reading
EX1PEC~T RATE INCREASE FOR,
THOSE RIDING LONG~ DISTANCE
Approval by the~ city common coun-
cil of a proposed ordinan~ce to license
and regulaite taxicab own~ers an~ddriv-
rs, and which also m~akes provision
for the installation of taxinneters to
determine the rate of fare as signi-
fied at Monday night's session of the
council, when the ordinance was giv-
en its second reading, is causing much
speculation among students and
townspeople relative to the advisabil-
'ity of the passage of such a measure
without first enlightening riders of
the terms of the ordinance and the
new prices which it is expected wvill
prevail if the measure is passed at its
final reading.
The ordinance regulating and di-1
censing taxicabs is the result of al
joint meeting of the ordinance corn-
.nittee and representatives from the l
various companies held recently.
If passed, the measure will provide
that all taxicabs must be. licensed by
\the city for the sum of $50 for any
number up to five taxicabs and~ $10
.each for more than that number.
Stipulations relative to licene 4fees
of drivers, cab stands, e'tc., are made
but 'no mention of what new rates
may possibly be are referred to, a
fact which persons conversant with"
the affair haive hithe;rto considered;
indicative of the fact that an. increase
in rates may be expected.
Alderman C. C. Freeman last night
7f7X'D(,E.CITINGT
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OIV SSO #Tirl ele ted To eadand Mrs. Reed, Dean Wilbur R. Hum- the past year and has just left on a
phreys and Mrs. Humphreys.j tour which is doing much to bring it
-national famie. B~argy himself isa.
Gra dA /f htilhLor roi The Prom this year is to have Roy wll known pianist and has made
t IBargy's Detroit or chlestra which play- several records.
eatthe 1925 J-Plop. This orchestra__________
Marian Brittson of Owosso will Little, Fielding H. Yost, director of yhas met with great popularity in De- I It's true c'*!ccncy to use Daily
lead the grand march of the 1926 i.intercollegiate athletics and Mrs. trait Where it has been playing for Classiefieds-Adv.
Soph Prom. to be held March 14 at Yot rf lrd .LeadMs
the -Union as the partner of William YsPo.Afe e n Ms
Coleman, '26E, chairman of the corn- Le rf eerFed ad Ms
mittee.' The grand: march will begin Field, Dean John R. Effinger an~dAMrs.1G
at 9:30 o'clock and end in the for-. Effinger, Prof.' Emil Lorch and Mrs.
mration for the Proml picture. (Lorch, :Dean George W. Patterson andl
Patrons and patronesses chosen for Mrs. Patterson, Prof. Thomas H. Reed t ,
the Promn are: PresidIent M. L. lBarton I_________________
and Mrs. Burton; Dean Joseph A.
Bursley and Mrs. Burnley, Dean Mor- b on
timer E. Cooley and Mrs. Cooley, Prof., LEARN THE ; Mayb fon for. your valuable docu-
1Robert M. Wenley and Mrs. Wenley, I V S M N
Coach George E. Little and Mrs. mNE T E TIerits by using our Safety Deposit Vault.

Read The Daily ""Classified" Columns

Go This Year
THE CLARK-SON TOURS
S124~ W. Huron St. Ann Arbor
f = Phone 881 -M
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scouted the idea that a plan to foist
an ordinance upon the public wouldI
mean increased transportation rates, ,
was being made. "The proposed ord-
inance will not mean increased rates,
except for those traveling very longI
distances," Mr. Freeman stated last
night.'
"The measure which is now under-
going revision following its second
reading Monday, is substantially what#
the students asked for several yearss
ago, and will work to -the advantage
of university men who usually make1
use of the taxis for short trips." Ap-
proximate rates were =placed by Mr.
Freeman at 35 cents for the first mnile
and 10 cents for each additional one.
Europe, COrient, Etc.I
To get the beter reservations, It will be very1
necessary that you arrange your plans soon.
BOOK EARLY Salng List Rates- 1st,
ALC TE~ S~P LNESCabin or 3rd tlas
Al,!.STE~~SHIPLiNE, TbRS AND CRUISES
A smmaalllr deposisecures space. Dclay no longer 61E uo .'P.18
E. G. iKUEBLERi, An rciih
Ucc~nsed and Bonded Steamship and Insurance Agent
WE WRITE ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE:
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ates to learn the Bond .:Business.
Salary for training period. Ap-
ply in person to Mr. Kinsley.
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