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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN :DAIL.Y

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STATiT A X v1 BI
By REP.__A1L
'Fell's Board of Evils of Levy;
Claime Voters Will Bear
Loss oan Incomes. I

'zSEAR Ch fESHERE I
T'hrie PiysicistsBring StudiCs
to University.

LA1 WHITEAMER
ro~ FAUTYPSTA

,NN AR JO '-" lN'EW*S.-R1EFS~
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Two new holders of fellowships Buiffalo IMan Succcds Juianr
and a visiting professor are nowv
laoraiutonrieseac in the physics as Associate Professor I
claoratoins. of Anithropology.E
J. D. Hardy, who is a National R(e-
search ;fellow from John Hopkins Anrrouncemrent vu=s made yester-
University, will do experir I tal re- day of the succession of Dr. Leslie
search. for i'nfra-red si)Octr.oscopy,; A. white to Dr. Jul'ian N. Steward
wlne h.W.Revnw hofr omi- as assistant professor of Anthro-
nI n at-elo fo innnui oiogy in the College of Literature.
college, Cambridge university. will I scence and the Arts.
experiment in some field of electri- Dir. White comes here from the
ca s disharg f-edses. o-{ niversity of Buffalo, where he has
Becase he ifra*red0petrobeen both a member of the univer-
scnv iiuipmnt tth h 1's'ies lab-

Two Cars A ',shen A .

J. Dove. also of Ann Arbor.
thiat he had been parked;

ls' -JES

TAX SCHEPDU LE

t5Yif~~ Supervisors to Favor
Afi ene; Urge Civic Aid
In Drive for Rights.

- .. ..v~y cyua~u caav v aacNzz i i, ca"
Detroiters were given a warning oi-fry is recognized as better than
&tWda by Rep. Robert D. War- that~ of any place in the world, Po-
at aa meeting of the Board of fesorn E. K. lyler of the University
of orth Carolina is spending his.
O'evisors concerning the attempt Isajbbatical year here conducting re-
e p ss'ae of. a state income taxi earch in this field.
MW~1 O4hich will be votedl upon by-
WA "r i'an resdents on Nov. 4. Rep. University F aclty
* rd~l told' the board of the evils '
oz Aire proposed tax and issued a M ti~~t pa
tA~ ann gahs n c, -iIa ion which might lead to an approv--__
aN Qf thelv.t M'i ore than 50 seakers from the
~presenaie Wardell st pUniversity are listed in the prelim-
the following schedule of income{nrproai fthdsrcto-
tax *'hch he says is being planned Imry pronra of the itrict co-
by the Michigan state farm bureau ntosfth Miign dua
and he tateGrage:tional association. Dr. Charles A.
and he tateGrage:Sink, of the School of Music, will
$20 a year on' an income of $1,000 speak at eight or nine of the d s-
$411 a year on an income of $2,000 trict meetin'. IHe will discuss the
$6 a year on an income of $3,000 need of a retiremet fund law for
$80 a year on an income of $4,000 teachers in public school's in Mich-
$100 a 3yar on an income of $5,000. igan. Dr.. , Snk is chairmi'an of a
"While .many voters in other sec- state commission appointed by
ffrn& of the state are with us on the Gov. Fred W. Gareen to study t1e
r6tti6nment amendment, it i problem of retirement annuities for
affii certain to come into Wayne teachers.
iaft far behind,"Representative Among the other speakers from
a~ir satd "h ol hp frthe university n the various .pro-
iai~ i~reehttio inthelegsia srams are: Ira M. Smith, registrar;
ture, and a fair deal in legislation is Dean Clare E. Griffin, of the School
a~hi voe i an a re-of Business Administration; and
11Uevoe nWayne adate Miss Edith Thomas, who is in
m1et douis'yes' .majority on the charge of the library extension
aieid~lentf"
uoting from the income tax bill service.
wamngdcdintels h remainder of the list, in-
W13i itrducd n he asceudes professors from nearly every
i stature an'd passed by the house, department in the University.
. *rell cited the intention of .________________
I- ,Dockers of the bill to "tax all-
6ftime over "$1,000 without exemp- Glive them a real surprise at
troan,gi basis of two percent."
The Board of Supervisors has Tdividal Ice
gone on record in Detroit as. favor-
in .the, amendmen-t and has urged Rich crusts filed with fruits or z
a21 ivic organizations and fraternal cream and a bri
ders to aid the city in its drive.saWe
fir' 1° ghts. The election takes place 'pdlT'is e
on., Nov. 4, along with the guberna- Fig Nut Ice Cream
tonial1 vote. Orange Sherbet
F #!hi t, si§ §Raspberry Ice Crea
Fruit Punches and Sherbets made
Alhad u on Heal t
Speaking on "the modern atti-/
tode towards sex' education" Dr. M .cDOiN
W#ren G..Forsythe6, head" of the Phones 22553
T ivversityHealth Service « ii lec- "We annot make all the ic cre
4i, e at the first nmeeting of Alpha __________________
Thia alk, xhick Dr. Forsthe , . . -
1t presented befoire severial under-
r~Utte groups i~ the past year,
y$ y~e followed by an interesting
ixrial discussion by those who NOW
atoend. All men students are in- SHOWINGf
~t dtoattend the meeting which
tak~eplace in the )lpha Nu
kooQ-I on the fourth floor of Angel
v~t1, Tuesday, October 7, at 7:30
O'clock.
iilx
Arra rmnl ayrct~
STGE ecc'Thts Ahy inth
« t ismea different NoWe cale

sity faculty and cuirator of Anthro-
pcotogy in the Buffalo Museum of
Science. Previous to his teaching,

,versity, where he received his A. B.
degee, and at the University of Di-
ion in France. He received his
Chicago in 1927.

I. ~ lO -Pa
802 PARKARD STREET
TODAY'S DINNER SPECIALS
5:3 0 to 7: 00 P. M.
LEG OF LAMB WITH
MINT JELLY
OR
BREADED VECAL CUTLETS
WITH

BROWNED POTATOES
BUTTERED PEAS

AND

COMMENCING MONDAY
We wvill deliver our famous
'Toasted Sandwiches, Soups, etc.
to all parts of the city.
Deliveries at 9:00, 9:30, 10:00,
10:30 and 11:00 P. M.
PHONE 9180

Two automnobiles drivng' souwth
State Street opposnne Anei hal
3:15 yesterday aternon ock
horns in a fight t he Eii _i?. 'wril
was not ended till (o .>co the ca
a taxicab driven by Clarence Omt:
was lifted bodiy by 'lie crowd a
set down on te roacaw-a f ew lb
distant. The cr dren .b, ;"m
was riding sudtIS an 2ato str
..;IDancng \4\'''
<V \
S ra:t
Today
a tale or nea
allurng first
grgeus Grt
Inetneotios
rait voice, tlf
that ha~s bros
fet

at
eel PolceNabT T -~eves
Az cl o lw ig a ta'ail of clover
re. eed or mre han 100 mile s, police
.h, ial scee in arres'ing: four
m d youths wTho had broken into the
4,)i Kc' tthe kC--l-)a Mlling Cola-
lth lpailrn' 1d ":aids olen a, Cuantity of
ee ko nd at'lf s,-ed.
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pumpkin~s, topped with whipped
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am, so we make -the best of it."

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1:30, 11:00

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