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W EA)NNSI)A , I)1,, PA IB1,.1V 9,. , 1925)

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

XVEDNESI)AY, DECEMBMt 9, 1 925 PAGE THREE THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EXTEND TIME FOR

Bismark In The White House

Wiill (ra nt Tiax Extensions Only
Sa.1isf'actory Ex'pi'anaton's
To Collector
SET 90 DAYS AS LIMIT

On

YOST TO SPEAK prey, has been killed by the mountain LONDON.-A passenger on an Im-
king this year. The coyote, however, perial Airways air liner was perspir-;Irv R
TO HIGH SCHOOL has claimed several victims. ing abnormally when the ship land-
_______-__ ed. Investigation showed he had C
SQUAD TONIGHT Papers appearing in scientific mag- worn three suits of clothes to avoid
azines were given and discussed by paying the extra charge of a shilling 707 N. U
Fielding HI. Yost, director of inter- members of the Botany Journal club a pound levied on baggage in ex
at its meeting last night in room cess of X30 pounds.
collegiate athletics, will speak on B Natur Science uilding.
lowing aBChambertoraommercenbanbuilxinga
"The Six Big Plays of the Year" fol- Re d
lowing a Chamber of Commerce lian- PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
1 quet tonight at the Chamber of Con-
the Ann Arbor high school football. Vt T SPECIAL AND
t ierc e inn, at which the members of I__________
the University athletic coaching staff, i
squad, and the teaching staff of theIfl
athletic department will be guests.
The banquet been arranged as a re-
ception for the high school football
squad and the two coaching staffs.
Nine coaches from the University and
five from the high school will attend.
Members of the board of education OF ALL.KINi
will also have a special table. Regent ! lAlL KZN
Junius E. Beal will act as toastmaster
of the banquet. LEPhereRis no job too large or too sma
Coyote M enaces the most Economical and Efficient ser

WermaIsD S
CHIROLPODIS'T'AND
O R T1 (bPE1)IST
niversity Aye. Phone 21212
the Want Ads

JOB

Permission to grant applications for
extensions of time in which to fileI
income tax returns has been delegated
to collectors of internal revenue by
David H. Blair, commissioner of in-
ternal revenue. Applications for ex-
tensions have been addressed direct-
ly to the commissioner in previous
years.
Only upon satisfactory explanations,
to the collector, which must be filed!
on or before the date fixed by law
for filing the income tax returns, will
extensions be granted. Sickness, ab-
hence, or inability to obtain dataptot
make a correct return of certain pro-1
visions will form acceptable excuses.
Illness or absence of a particular of-
ficer of a corporation or a member of
a partnership does not itself consti-
tute a sufficient excuse for granting
<a firm such a privilege.
No grant of extension is valid for
more than 90 days, and only in un-
usual cases will the taxpayer be per- I
mitted to file a new application to re-
new the period. In the case of cor-)
porations, no applications will be
grantedi unless a tentative return i
filed and a payment of onie-fourth of
the estimated tax is made prior to
the date prescribed by law for filing
the tax return. It is also required
that an individual follow the same.
procedure if,'in the opinion of the
collector, it is possible for him to do
ART INSTUCTORS TO
GIEM~ERY TALSt
In conjunction with the local ar-?
tist's \exhibit, there will be a series of
two gallery talks and one demonstra-
tion in the west gallery.
At 7:30 o'clock tonight, Jean Paul!
Slusser will give the first gallery I
talk. Tomorrow night at the same Ia
time, Myron B. Chapin will give an-1r
other gallery talk. Both of these men
are exhibiting, and both are instruc-F
tors in drawing and painting.
Due to the fact that so many busi-r
ness men cannot get away in the
afternoon to see the exhibit, the Arta
associ4tion has arranged to have the
gallery open on these two evenings.
Friday, at 3:30 o'clock, Carlton W. o
Angell, who is connected with the Ar-
chitectural college and is also exhibit-
ing, will give a demonstration of clay
modelling.
LONDON. - A London insurance
agent who has retired after 40 years t
of service estimates that -he has,
walked 50,000 miles and has got in t
and out of 90,000 omnibuses during t
his working hours. t
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. t

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11 for us. We have
vice in the city-and

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Baron von Maltzan (left), German ambassador, and Prince Otto Bis-
marck, grandson of the famed "Iron Chancellor," leaving the White
house in Washington after calling on the President.

City

Council Refuses Permission
For Increase In Motor Bus Rates

Revision of tariff rates was refused troit authorizing an increase and re- Nei
the Peoples' Motor Coach company by vision in the rates if action were -
the city council Monday- night by an taken by the council immediately. 80
Suggestions were made by the ald-
unanimous vote. The subject has been ermen for the improvement of the
pending action by the council since company's service: the placing of
Nov. 16, when the bus company filed signs at downtown corners to Indi-
a complaint that they h'ad suffered a cate the destination of the buses that fIi
loss of more than $40,000 during the stop there, the placing of larger signs
first eight months of operation, and' on the buses themselves, and the -
petitioned for a change of routes and elimination of alleged careless driv- p
a revision of tariff. The change of ing of the vehicles.
routes for the lines was granted at Thu
a subsequent'session, but the pro- Four Clubs Plan Th
posed tariff revision-was withheld. I T~
It was decided by the aldermen to Combined M-eeting T
refuse to take action on the matter
until after' Feb. 1, wh'en the city's
agreeent ith he bs copanyex- text Tuesday night the four liter-
agreement with the bus company ex- ary societies will licold their annual
pires, it being pointed out' that it ;ry mqetins the fouthflrnu
would require that long to obtain an Angell hall. . The program has not
order from the federal court in De- he
boon. completed as yet.
All four societies, two for men, Al-
Buckley To Sa pha Nu and the Adelph-i House, of Rep-
For Hawaiian resentatives, and two for women, Por-
S tiand Athena, are organized for the
purpose of fostering public speaking
Paul Buckley, assistant secretary ofI and debate among their members.
he University, will sail from New!
York tomorrow on an extended sea LONDON.--British films will receive'
rip to Honolulu. The voyage Vvill some stimulus from an Australian bill
ake him through the Panama canal, recently passed requiring 1,000 feet of
o the Hawaiian islands, and back to British film in each program. -
San Francisco. He expects to return
to the city in two months.

Montana Wild Life'
(Bay Associated Press)
MISSOULA, ' Mont., Dec. 8. - The
untain lion has yielded to the
.rking coyote as the greatest men-
e to wild life in 91ontana.
To save himself and his stock, the
ckskin coated pioneer of the eigh-
s fought the lion. In modern days,
e state posted a bounty of $20 for
ch of the animals killed.
This warfare has progressed to the
ge where only one deer, a favorite!
DETROIT THEATRES
THIS WEE K
E vea. . 50t to 32.50
ARRIC Wed.Mat.50ctL$50
Sat. Mat.50c* to $1.50
Last Time Sat. Ev"., Dec.)2
World's Best Laughing Show
WithI Mr. Mulligan sund Mr. Garrity
xt Week-Leon Gordon in "White Cargo'
ostellePlayhoue 1Ngit75C t$1-50a
Thues.Thu rs to&Sat.
Mats 5o ad5c
Woodward at Eliot Tel. Gen ad 75c
The BONSTELLE CO.
In the Blithe American Coexcdy
IRS, PARTRIDGE PRESENTS"
R Marv Kenntdv and R uih Wawthorne
ubert Lat 'Lafayette at Shelby
5targain Mat.,
ursday, best seats, $2. Sat. Mat, 5oc to $2.50.
Tel.. Cadillac, 8705 -~ .
eMusiemlTumph of aGenerat"*n
he STUDENT PRINCE;
Beg. Sunday Eve., Dec.13 f
"HELLO. LOLA"I
We have an exceptionally
large assortment of personal
Xmas cards for your i-
spec tion.
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arc ude
The Shopfor Unique Gifts

* $125 r
IN- PRIZES
is offered by THEATRE
MAGAZINE for the best
answers to the following
questions: I
Who is your favorite actress
and why?
Who si yotir favorite actor
and why?
Whaj was your favorite
play during 1925 and why?
Theatre Magazine's readers are
interested in college students'
opinions on the drama. We
want to know what YOU think.
C'olege men and women will
surely have interesting ideas on
these subjects and our hope is
that new contributors to our
pages will result from this con-
te ,t>
Answers must be received by
F eruary 1st, 1926. Any en-
rolled college student in the
ntited States is eligible to con-
pete.
For full details and conditions
of this contest, see Page 5 of
the January issue of Theatre
Magazine-out December 20th.

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(Through Wednesday)

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The finest portrayal of a big, blundering, kindly man deceived by a
faithless woman that you've ever seen on any screen. He was so
big that lie saved from death the one 1who had wrecked hi home-
his brother. It is a virile, gripping story of sea life.

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The Very Latest in
Musical Modernisms
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THURSDAY NOW
ONLY
0 ' 0-0-OH, WHAT A PARTY!

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John
McCormick
Presents

See Colleen Make a,
Lame Sister Out of
the Flapper.

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JACK MULHALL
The He-Man Lover
Directed by
FRANCIS DILLON
From Israel Zangivill's
Greatest Novel

GREAT ADDED BILL

P YLVANIAS
13-CLEVER ARTISTS-I3l
AS allvays
The Orchestra Incomparable
Every arieoy 0o iausiral ntIeratinment, refreshing lit newness
and astonishing In execution.

Here's a. Comedy
Scream.
"MAID IN MOROCCO"
With Lupino Lane

NOVELTY
Animal Celebrities
Sportlight
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