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AY 14, 1924

THE *MICHICAN DAILY

TAX BILL[ GIVEN
TO CONFERENCE
Committee in Charge Of Measure Hlas
Majority of Republican
C,,nferees
VITAL ISSITELS 'T' BE CLEA',RED
By PARTY REPRESENTATIVE S
Washington, D.C, May Imo.-(By.
AP)-The tax reduction bill was en-1
trusted today too'a- conrere'nce With'al
Republican majority, but under a
r ~~threat' froth Democratic leaders that,
i eoreAvtrail;cagst-measure as, passed by the senate, it
wouild be, remodeled.,
,Senate Republican orgfmnizatlon'
leaders turneddown a suggestion from
the Democrats that they be given a
majority on the senate conference
comittee, since the measure carries
most of the provisions advanced by the
milnority party.
The, conference which has been (call-
ed to meet tomorrow, is now composed
of three Republicans and two. Demo-
crats each afrom the house 'and sen-
ate. The vital provisions of the bill
. ~are. in dispute and must be adjusted
by the conference. The senate amend-
mnents are the most distasteful of the
administration and with a Republican
imajority in control of the senate con-
ferees it is considered likely. that the
report will be framed to suit miore the
wvis5hes of the president and the treas-
ury, department.
Under the auspices of Kappa Phi,
George Arliss in ";Disraeli" will be
w . ~w:a nd, -0 'lc 44and tomorrow night at Wesleyan hail.
; The.:Plantation Melody . akers:. will '
also particpiate in the program.
for Busintess?
M EN - anxious to rise to positions of re.
sponsibilty in business should investi-.
gate the one year intensive training
course offered at Babson Institute. - !
*Classes are, conducted on the conference.
plan. The'instructors are extferienced busi-
ness men, successful in their own lines. You
work on actual cases-not hypothetical prob-
lems. You are shown how to solve the same
kind of problems that will confront you, in
actual business practice.I
Send for booklet "Training for Business
Leadership." Describes the courses in detail
d esom totinf matpon, a1out the
Terarlie of a bn Ins ttut~anid bhqw how
~~ ~1~artie4d for e iectit rote§. Write
A Eudowed1
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DRAMA

BOHZA ECTURES ON

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freshing story, and does not even as- IUIUIIlL[IUL IJ
pire to greatness. 'Therein it more-
nearly approaches the great than if! Dr. G;eorgcesde Bothezat, noted Rus-
t had tried and couldn't. Literature jSian scholar and recognized as one of
end drama which are content to rest tihe foremost authorities in the world
>n a p a e w t h v ra e h m n u o e o a t ca r b e s a d a r-ing,' and which is still good, is al-I dynanic questions gave the first of a
.cay> vluale t wery inds "Dd-series of four University lectures in
,asL uab-Les t oer id s. "Dad-the West 'Physics lecture room last
dy LogLg"i odpto, good ,.gnt upon. -The General Theory of
cmedy, and, good love. Three cheers Soaring." lie will speak at 7:30 o'-
for the daddy and the orphants. clock tonight in the sarne'room upion
Of course, even if your mind is not; -
weary, you will still be welcome. if aet plays. "The Potboiler" by Alice
you are used to this sort of sweet! Gerstenbery, and "Caleb Stone's D eatlh
living, that is undoubtedly the ..sort! Watch" by Martin, Flavin.' The first I
of life; you most enjoy. Your heart: is quite as obvious as its name,, but
will. go out to the dear little orphans. the second by the author of "Children
They are irresistable, jas our neigh-, of the Moon" is very distinctive' and
bor on the page wii agree. And the rennasrkable-and very difficult to pr'o-
mysterious benefactor is equally love-' duce with the proper illusion.
able. The Player's Club, however, is re-
Marion Barlow vivig itself, and although you, as a
judge in the audience, may not yet
THlE PLAYER'S CLUB will present be willing to admit the fact, it is more
their-or should it be ""its"-last pro- competent to present such ambitious,
gram of the year Tuesday, May 20, and exacting dramas. Certainly, the-
n Sarah Caswell Angell luaul . The', program will be interesting and even,
'rodllction will consist of two oune- surpirisingly expert.I

"The Physical lift cI nrc' af ioa of the a~ been brought to tihe University Junior Pngincrev, r:; cteilayv Called otT s enior lit era 1 i ,nludt who
Renold's numbe'r." hi ough the efforts of Prof. F. WV. theil- anntual l:inquet wNhich w %as niot caled for their cla, invit,
Dr. de Bothez~t, who is a doctor' of Pawlowski of the aeronautcal engln- scheduled oto e1( Lr A night at ma-y do ..o from 2 : to i o'cloCk thi
mathem'atic~v at Paris unix errtiity spoke ecring department and "D.:K. Kazarin- 'the Union. No reason way given for j ernkoon at the1 booth in the mazin
last -night on soaring in connection off of the mathematics' department. T;;he cancellat ion of plans. dfor of Vniivc r::ii hall.
with the a i'r 'eSix;t ancn and a discus-
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