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THE MICHIGAN

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MJNDAY, F07 I - '-- 'IT- "' I 'In

?~AGI~ TWO THE MICHIGAN I~AILY SUNDAY, Nov~\4~r. P~. t130

DISCUSSIONm ON TAX H(
IS LEO BY BRUCKERR
JUDGE A3J, IACEY
Governor-Elect Visuralizes Time
When Counties Will Have
Own Gover-nments.
Three Vice-presidents Chosen
in Session by Editors
as Mee'King finds.

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L~VER. LEADS NATION'S ARMISTICE OBSERVANCEDalOfialBltn
PLACING WREATH ON UNKNOWN SOLDIER'S TOMB'! _____
.pe5o Ir.) to rodif i-

Chzc ,ix<: (:Gllocium iwill meet (
in Room 300 at 4:00 p.m. c1 Wed-
n--sd Iy, November t9. Dr. 11. K. Mc-
Alpine, Aill speck on "Theory of
Quai1. \-e Analysis."

2Iicr-hi an Technic: There will be
a mleeting of the business staff and
iryouts TuesdayL at 7:15 p.m.
3Dr. Beaetra Jmenz, Physi-

Ctiono ctnct cuieet. iI.X Sca tth elhService, will lec-
Tiufor wil tlke: he EI~c~tofture Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 4:15, in
ntc d zruiy Ciail meets on' Room 231 Angell Hall, on 'The
Mori, y. 4:l .pin., _morn 319, Unon {Eletric Fi ldcon teEison of Dawning Era's De"(eeaian-
_ IPhoto-electos, i4:1 5 in room. isrn ) ."
-Fit'w.clUC11(10 MuayrN- c:,No ib~ 3.Al!inttt( ihia aiswill meet in the
v( --t '4:00)pm Stwldents:1c nid to at _:ic;.1-aguae,'1ue .day, Nov. 18, at 8:00
o fosnae C~f . will p.m. lMrs. Me r-ick will give a talk
)~~n om 2.A ~~1hl;Stu ' £:aueatien i ui k will meet on "Chinecse Rugs." Watch bulletin
V., OP) 1 b -~ it J to! at the ichianUionTuesday board foar place of meeting.
2 v P mc n room 10~25^ngell hall. evenig, November 18, 7:10 p.m.
1))V~PVt111 dpat enalblue' Professor MeClutsky wi speak. j lay Reading Section of the Fac-
bss wii be furni hedJ1 the cx- I ulty Women's club will meet Tues-

Michigan's .12th annual Press Club
conference came to a close yester-
day with election of officers for
1930-31 and attendance at the Mich-
igan-Minnesota football game. Lee
A. White, editor of the Detroit News,
was again chosen president of the
organization while John L. Brumm,
professor of journalism, was again
given the secretarial post.
Featuring the morning program
was a discussion on the state tax,
situation. by Governor-elect Wilber
M. Brucker who voiced disapproval
of the many current trends toward
a change in township and county
government and gave several solu-
tions for the present financial di-
lemma.
Points to Tfax Rates.
"It is true," Gov. Brucker stated,
"that the expense curve of local
government is increasing at a faster
rate than state government and
that therefore the tax burden origi-
nating in the cost of local govern-
ment is much greater than that
originating from other forms of
government."
The governor-elect stated that he
was "looking forward to the time
when counties will have their own
form of government, determined by
themselves, aside from the possibil-
ity of reducing taxes by reducing
overhead expenses." The speaker
concluded that he believed the only
way to solve state governmental
problems was to use many commis-
sions and subdivide the work as
much as possible.
Lacey AlTalk,_!,s on Taxes.
Judge Arthur 4. Lacey, of Detroilic,
the other speaker on the morning
program, proposed methods of cut-
ting governiimental costs. Two sys-
temns in particlular were iuresented:
(1) establishing a state commission
to which citizens could refer bond-
ing issues, and (2) a consolidation
of townships or counties to reduce
the expenses by cutting out a num-
ber of localiZed units of govern-
ment.
Judge Lacey reiterated Governor-
elect Brucker's contentions that our
modern governmental system is ar-
chaic. He told his audience that
"while we built our taxation system
en an agricultural background, our
modern era of industry requires
basic changes in statute and meth-
od." The speaker closed his address
with the assertion that it "will be
asad dlay for America when home-
owning becomes a luxury."
Thr -e!Vice Presidents Chosen.
Vice-presidents chosen at the
business session which followed the
I-eguilar program were Archie Mc-
Rea, editor of the Muskegon Chron-
idk-, Fred Keister, editor' of the
10nia County News, and J. H. D.
Sutherland, editor of the Ludington
Daily News.
Organization of the Michigan
Press club's 12th annual conference
was handled entirely by the Uni-
versity journalism department, and
was under the personal supervision
of Professor Brummi, secretary of
the convention. Members of the as-
semnbly were guests at the Minne-
sota game of the Regents.

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IiceachClub: The Research club day, att 2:38, Michigan League.
will meet in Room 2528 E -st",Medi-
cal building on Wednesdacl N1, i esQ,-phy: Those interested in
at 8 p.m. The followingpa v if te tdy of Theosophy are inivited
be presented: to atend a beginner's class on Mon-
?Observatioxns on Em..oti nn11Ld i t 8 p.mi. in the Michigan
turba noes of h'IoiJ l io ege See bulletin board for room
tion, by D.alD . X1aC . number.
Speciali ction inCollctingbyr
Dr'. Rando I~lh.CAd amsa. A _-e1i1g Ta L iLt a Pi: Initiation of new

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cu 1 .Keme'sse-,lion, 1(33 Ro- of thie Council wil w hc 1 at, 4:391
!c 1-2 L n~ Lai; i.d. .m. in lPoem 112 iRomn ce Lan-
-- guagebuilding.

members 5:00 p.m., and banquet
(:15 p.mn. at the Union, Monday,
November 17, 1930.

c ,T hef. .. e Aoim- Pi Deta ti a:Engineer-eet
s* :'h first o two lectures on .,af itiw id: h oe- h et Kpa uins et
fc; 1 t o° ota ire i n e s, ber mieinrdill e h lTesday at ing of Phi Delta Kappa members in
Cos~s~oian ngneE5>inc, 3:00 p.m. i] _ em320 AI, e hal. room 4007, Uiversity High school,
will be vnby 1MJr. Eartl Bartholo- A vaper n e," il ,irsnt- W edn es d ay, November 19 at 5
I . ed by Profs r .L.Wldr very- o'clock. Al full attendance is desired.
It W.()Cto ~of fideFJ Yl G as lab-
oiSi <. r~ 1 ast Engi- one itLse I;cri llyivited to-
Pieerig ooLildine at 7:30 p.m., 'Mon- attend the rclarmfetngs ii'te Pi Lambda Theta: 'General busi-
Odly, Nov. 17. club. ness meeting, Wednesday, Nov. 21,
- -- I at 4:15 p.m., Michigan League bldg.

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____________________________Smi'h.(A the°GePe r levtic Corn-
President Hoover last week lead the icople of the Unit SL -es i, in ait obs tieiv cof i w If£rmistice i;any will speak on "ThePioducetion!
da hnhe placed a wreath on the tomb of the uanknown Aeri._ca soldie eas __,ow 3 heewith a guardi of Electric Poe As 7:30 Tuesday,I
of honor from the armay, the navy and the marine forcer. Natural Science Auditorium. T h e
___________ ---- ___- ------ ____- -department expects all E. E. seniors
____ ____ Ito attend, and urges all E. E. stu-
gH IS W LL T9LKMakielski Will Talk det to be there.
{{ (A Z. S C.)may be obtained at the
I iBronislav :a'ielski of Detroit Ie i> Tcni
ON-COL R U 51G)5will givea talk at 3:v0 o'clocl today ;ofcor heMc+ <eiTehnidanyftr
in hegaleres f lumi leaoralt i m e MlonayoTeday atr
ON COLOR__DESIGNl oten thesofvrofw e flnAo noons. i <o
George Styles, Detroit Painterk
to ]Demonstrate Technique = - -- ____IeVi fe eiiict olclSttic4 11WA bc cu c: dfrom. class-
of hosin Sads. ODY.arti~ts and art students, as well as es at zl 0 ol)Oi -,Monday, Nov. 1.7,
of _hosigSads.TOeAYr. remarks especially for the layman. iThatr ttealcueb r .M
HAS WON STTE PRIZES Majestic - "Her Wedding Night" iThpie talkof will O' ennd oerAt 1 Qhbretliin L ydia M.endelssohn
auiths oCthaAnn rborArtTheater on "Woikmnalysis a F unc-
HAS WON STAT PRIZESswit'ClarayBow.association. li lembers of the 3l0o- Lion of 'Manage tel t."
In conjunction with the color Mihchiand- ole 'nheAndy ieation and a).1 others interested
exhibit which is hpinvow hnxn at 1U xt-<<sE c---" with ?. c8IC I"ictd to be present. ;i 'ptc

vember 17, at 7:30 p.m. in Room2
202 S. XW. Profcss-o" u r :ill;;artel
of the Law s -hool will discuss "Some
Modern Conceptions of Justice."

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J-Hop Committee: There will be
an important 'meeting at G o'clock
today in Room 302 of the Michigan
Union.

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present in the first floor corridors Arlen and Fay Wray.
of the architectural school. Georgea

Styles, well-known Detroit artist
-and winner of the Scarab gold
medal at the Michigan state art- .
ists' exhibition, will give a demon-
stration on color designing on
'Thursday, Nov. 20, in the auditor-
ium of the School of Engineering
and Architecture under the auspices
of the Architectural society.
"This demonstration will not be
just a technical discussion for
those interested in the intricacies
of art," Prof. H. A. Fowler, of the
color designing' department of the
architectural school, stated yester-
day, when interviewed on the ad-
dress. "The demonstration is
planned to prove interesting to the
student body. at large and the
exhibit along with it is not just a
haphazard collection of pretty col-
ors but is a combination of four
year's research.
Styles is also the winner of the
Wgalter Piper award which is givens I
by the Scarab club for work in art
circles. He also holds a staff posi-
tion on the board of education in
Detroit, where he has spent con-
siderable time in standardizing
manufactured color to meet the
needs of students of design.j
This demonstration will be the j
second meeting of the Architec
tural society and wil be open toI
the student body.

Organizations.
International fox um. - Prof'. J. E.
Condliffe, speaker, :3:30 o'clock thi1s
afternoon in Lane hall.
J-Hop committee-ctig at 61
o'clock tonig)ht in room 302, Union'
building.
r. ''AY.
Majestic -- "Act'Wed.dinag light"
with Clara Eow.
Michigan -- AricS 'P.' Anidy inI
".Check and Double, ClI,(,, ."
Wuerf h' 'c,,E~ od'' w1 ihRichard
Arlen and F--y Wraiy.

4 14/cdnedayi
Sc c l. wa eof Ik?e iC1or
departImen i ieul -,vAin addition to
lrcibtvi: 0<) othe r departmnent, will
I-e-rrsent vie i've;rsity ltthej
j J}isidlen l's wconferencee on ch ild
health 1and orotectioin, whion;:.nn-
VwneS inl Wasi't t1, D. C., next
EWednesday, Nov. 19, for a thice-
d ayS sssion. Theiy .,a,,2 '3S Doro1thy
Ketc]liarn, din ete: cof :uJial service!
atu th<e U i v(rsity hospitali. Dr. John

X~cnsd ,N ce~~r195, at 4:30
loom 1139i N. S. bldg,. Paper by E. B.
PMains, '"Bilogy of Pucecinia rubi go-
x'eia."
.vinda .F,.c L Pu rcred I
to b ova gWles
f LOCTJNN, Ey). 15.-Reports were
cu?riel'tiG n fiihpapers today
that Colonel Charles A. Lindberrgh
is topgo to South Africa in the early
-p .art of ne xt year to serve as a
1counter-attraction to the visit of
t IlhePrince of Va-les3.

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hey live to love!
Menace' by canl-
)alw, threatened by
pearl thieves, beset by
the dangers of a
tropic hell! A thrill-
filled adventure ro-
mance!

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f A WRAV, EL EN PALLETTE
Also
GL'N RAL GINSBERG
A Comedy
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS

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u1 Lhe he C#-: of Ut JUi3C o-one over a1~1c, feast; o0a
<< _ , _ hr. ncaUh and hciene of the nmedical the Price of Wales," ommented
Interfrat (* inity cotitr ii -- - Meeting shoand Elred P. Johnson, leie- the Daily Exp7ress, "w ill take any
at 4:15 o'clock Mondiay afternoon. !cuirrin the soc.ial service etirric-o- exception to this most sincere form
Tau Beta Pi ---fnitiation meceting lumn. The v crcc ill be widely of flattery. Beth mnen are outstand-
at 1 o'clock Monday rI«:t mPooninP1attended 1b rep, rs-tativres from ing pe sonaliti;- and neitheri
Union building., i w.,d -'r 2 ( -U't1.'.his own sphere has a y rival."
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Hilarious happenings behind
the scenes-with the much-
married "'IT" girl and her
two jealous husbands!
CLA&RA
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Charlie Ruggles9
Skeets Gallagher

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