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March 29, 1929 - Image 2

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THE- MiCHIaN DATEY -

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EXPECT ULEGSLATURE
.TO VOTE ON- NI TAX
Hartman Bill Wil Go To Ways And
Means Committee Immediately,
Ruthven Informed~
DISCUSSEiD MANY WEEKS
Definite action looking toward
the solution of the state financial
tangle, in which improvements in
various state institutions are in-
voWed, was taken Tuesday in the
lower house when the committee
on taxation reported that the
IHrtman mill tax bill was out. The
bill which would raise $28,260,000
in the next four years, will now be
sent to the ways and means com-
mittee, according to information
received here by Alexander G.
Ruthven, dean of administration:-
Favorable Action Likely
Although not- formally intro-
duced into the legislature until
Tuesday, the bill has been the sub-
ject of discussion for several weeks,
and the taxation committee lost
no time in considering it. Longer,
discussion as to the needs of state
institutions or the methods of solv-
ing the problems was unnecessary
to bring about the action taken
thus far.
According to reports from Lans-
ing, it is generally expected that
the bill will. pass both the house
and the Senate due to the fact that
leaders in both bodies have practi-
cally abandoned their pet ideas of
raising revenue through taxes on
tobacco, amusements and things of
a similar nature.
Provide For Contingencies
Although the bill does note leave
authority to the administrative
hoard to: slice: up the lump sum as
it pleases, it does provide that the
board may transfer, amounts, from
one specific appropriation as con-
tingencies arise. The total amount
to be collected would be divided in-
to: appropriations for the various
institutions of, the state, the Uni-
versity getting the largest share for
educational purposes.
Christian Science Society
of the University of Michigan'
ANNOUNCES ,A FREE LECTURE
On
Christian ScienCe
by Mr. Arthur P. DeCamp, C.S.B.
Member of the Board of Lecture-
ship of the Mother Church, The
First Church of Christ; Scientist,
in Boston, Mass. in
Hill Auditorium
Saturday Evening
March .30, 1929 At 8:15 o'clock

EXERCISE URGED
CARROTHERSi
The value of regular recreation
all through life was stressed by
Prof. George E. Carrothers of the
School of Education, in a talk on
"Wholesome Recreation and Life"
at the weekly student forum yes-
terday afternoon in Lane hall.
"The death rate of men above 37 is
increasing regularly,. and this is1
largely due to lack of exercise," he
said. Professor Carrothers spoke
under the auspices of the Student
Christian association.
The situation of the student at
Michigan was discussed at great
length. One-fifth of the students
do not exercise regularly, it was
stated. Professor Carrothers scout-
ed the idea that students do not
have enough time. He pointed out
that an hour of exercise two or
three times a week does not use up,
very much time, and the brain works
much' faster and more efficiently'
after the exercise. "Outdoor exer-
cise is far better than indoor. Long
walks are about the best form of
exercise possible, especially in the
spring," he declared.
Detroit Theaters
SHUBERT
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A Singing, Dancing and Comedy Skit
"MAKING MERRY IN A NIGHT CLUB"
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"The Cowboy and the Lady"
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