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Bulletin is constructive, notice to all members of the
elved at the office of the Assistant to the President Until



o, 10 3

Layman's View
Of Taxes Told
By Carrothers
Prof. George E. Carrothers of the
School of Education, who delivered
an address yesterday afternoon on
"Taxation Problems as Seen y the
Layman," at the S. C. A. forum in

Michigan Captures
A. A. U. Track Meet
.Continued from Page 1)
third, Silber tunattached); fourth,
Dennis (M. N. C.). Heights, 6 feet
4 inches. (New A. A. U. record.)
60-Meter dash (finals) - Won by
Schatte (M. N. C.); second, Ward
(M.).; third, Kemp (M.);fourth,Res-
ton (,M.). Tinme, :06.9.
60-Meter Dash isemi-finals)--Won

University Loan Committee: The Loan Commnittee will meet on Friday,
February 24, at 1:30 p. m., in Room 2, University Hall. Students who have
filed applications with the Office of the Dean of Students should call at
that office for an appointment with the Committee.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Candidates for the doctorate in all fields except those of the natural
sciences must obtain the official certification of an adequate reading knowl-
edge of German by submitting to a written examination given by a Com-
mittee of the Department of German. Such examinations will be held only
i; the third week of each semester and towards the end of Summer School,
0le exact time and place will be duly announced in the Daily Official Bulle-
tin. Students who intend to take the examination are requested to register
their names at least- one week before the date of the examination at the
oice of the German Department, 204 University Hall, where detailed in
formationi with regard to examination requirements will be given.
THE NEXT EXAMINATION will be held on Wednesday, March 1, at
2 p. m.inn Room 203 U.H.
Hopwood Awards: Rule 14 of the Rules of Eligibility reads in part:
No petition (for eligibility) will be received by the committee after March
1', 1933. B. Weaver
Winners of the Freshman Hopwood Contest: Please telephone the Eng-
lish Office some time today.
Poetry Reading Contest: The Michigan Interpretive Arts Society will
hold a poetry reading contest early in May. Preliminaries will be held dur-
irlg the week of April 17. Each contestant will have twelve minutes in
which to talk about and read from memory poetry of his own choosing.
This contest will be open to Novice Members of the society who have not
previously won first or second honor in this contest. Persons not members
of the Interpretive Arts Society may tryout for membership. All those
wishing to enter the contest should confer with Professor Hollister before
Mareh 20. Professor Hollister will be in Room 302 Mason Hall, Monday,
February 27, at 4:00 p. m. to discuss this contest.
All women on campus with the exception of first semester Freshmen
who are interested may try out for Black Quill. All manuscripts (poetry,
short stories, essays etc.) may be left with Lucille Anderson at 1236 Wash-
tenaw. The deadline for such manuscripts 'is March 1. For further infor-
mation call 5096.
Playboy of the Western World: Students who want seats on the spe-
cial Detroit bus to the Wilson Theatre Sautrday night, call the English
Office. (Synge's "The Shadow of the Glenn and "Playboy of the Western
World" will be given by The Abbey Theatre Players).
Varsity Band: Full band rehearsal today at 5 p. m. Tryouts for clari-
nets and cornets Saturday at 1 p. m. Sectional rehearsal for clarinets and
cornets immediately after tryouts. Sectional rehearsal for French horns
and trombones Saturday at 2 p. m. Fulldan d rehearsal Monday at 5 p. M.
Chinese Students: All the new students and the others whose Ann
Arbor addresses have been changed recently are requested to send their
present addresses to the secretary of the Chinese Students' Club, Mr. H. H.
Pier, 343 S. Fifth Ave., within this week for a revision of the directory and
:or the mailing to you of future important notices of the club.
Bowling Tournament: Make entries now at the Michigan Union bowl-'
ing alleys. This tournament open to both Faculty and students.

Natural Science Auditorium, declar- "" X 4bec
ed that he favored the formation of tn U.t. Time, ;07.0.
local organizations to study tax con- 60-elter Dash (semi-finals)-Won
ditions in their respective neighbor- yK
hoods. by Ward ('M.) ; second Kemp. (M.).
idTinie, :07.0.
"After four years of study," said 60-Meter dash tfirst heat)-Won
Professor Carrothers, "I have a feel- by Kemp (M.); s'cond, Fenner (M.
ing that the greatest single need 'of N. C.). Time, :07.0.
any state today is for a 'legislative 60-Meter Dash it seond heat) -
group of not over 15 men for study- Won by Ward (M. ;'Second, Mroch
ing and suggesting laws for the I(M. N. C. Frosh). ine, :07.2.
state." 60-Meter Dash (third heat)-Won
Professor Carrothers stated that by Ieston (M.); second, O'Neill (un-
such a group should be in session attached). Time,":0 .
most of the time and in all probabil- 60-Meter Dash' (fdarth heat) -
ity would be more efficient than the Won by Schatte (M.-,N. C.); second,
present system. Carter (unattached). 'Time, :07.0.
The rise of taxes was fully explain-,1 0 -Meter-Won by' Turner (M.);
ed by Professor Carrothers by means second, Kahlcr (M. N. C.); third,
of graphs, which showed the shift- Smith (unattached); fourth, Lemen
ing of the federal tax burden from (M.). Time, 2:32.9.
the income tax to internal revenue 35-Pound Weight Throw-Won by
taxes. This change has taken place Haskins (Det. Police); second, Cox
in the past five years. (M.); Third, Dibble (M.); fourth,
He also explained the uses of which Huber (unattached). Distance, 47 feet
tax money is put, saying that "If we 1 inch.
demand mail delivery 2 or 3 times a attached); second, Hershey (M. N.
day, good roads, and other public C.); third, Ryan (unattached);
benefits, we must pay for them. In fourth, yewis (Det. C. C..Time,
Michigan, 38 per cent of our revenue :35.7.
goes into highways and about 33 per 500-Meter-Won by Zepp (M. N.
cent into education." C.); second, Kreszewski (unat-
As an economical move by the tached); third, Quaid (unattached);
Federal Government, Professor Car- fourth, 13ellzlan (M. N. C.). Time,
rothers suggested curtailment of War 15:35.3.
expenses, saying that 70 per cent of Mile Relay - Won by lVichigan
our federal expenses are for wars, (Lemen, Turner, Allen, Pebaker);
past or present, through interest on second, Mich. Normal; third, Mich.
war debts, army and navy -appropri- Normal Frosh. Time, 3:23.7.
ations, and pensions. Pole VauIt-Won by Lowry (M. N.
As to the gasoline tax, Professor C:)'; tied for second, Pottle (unat-
Carrothers stated that the state gas tached), McKinley (M. N. C.; fourth,
tax in Michigan is 3 cents, while the Hunn (unattached). Height, 13 feet
average of all states is over 4 cents. 6 inches. (New A. A. U. Record.)
Alabama has a 10 cent tax. These Broad Jump-Won by Silver (un-
figures do not include the 1 cent fed- attached); second, Deneau (unat-
eral tax imposed on gasoline sales in tached); third, Dennis (M. N. C.);
all states. fourth, Rca (M.). Distance, 22 feet.

,,. .

Items From Oither nCampuses

English 121: Students will concentrate on the assignmnent for March
The class will not meet on Friday. B. Weaver


IOVWA CITY, Iowa, Feb. 23.-(BigI
Ten)-To replace the now unsatis-
factory college entrance examina-
tions and method of certification,
Prof. Everet Lindquist, of the school
of education at the Unviersity of
Iowa has suggested a series of ob-
jective tests, which would begin the
first year of high school, to better
prepare students for college work.
Professor Lindquist has found,
after five years of extensive study,
that students receiving certificates
of college entrance from accredited
high schools are not superior aca-
demically, to those coming from un-
accredited schools. This was proved'
conclusively by tests covering 14 dif-
ferent subjects given to students 'of
375 unaccredited and accredited high

"GIGOLO CLUB" DIES puamphlets by L.(
BOULDER, Colo., Feb. 23.-A sug- "Some Birds of
gested "gigolo club" at the University Delta of Texas,"
of Colorado is dead through lack of tary Vireo From
support by the co-ecs. It was to
have procured dates for a nominal Hi h Seh
consideration. Prominent c o - e d s oo
stated that "it isn't fair for a girl to Discussed
stand all the expense, and pay the

y 33: Makeup examination for Geography 33 first semester
aturday, February 25, from 9 to 12 a. m., in Room 19 Angell

Sociology 51: Make-up final examination will be held at nine o'clock
Sturday mnorrling, March 4, in Room 102 Economics Building.
Sociology I63: Make-up final examination will be held Friday after-
ii.on, March 3, at two o'clock in Room 102 Economics.
Architectural Ouilding Exhibition-Persian Architecdure-Photographs:
Automobile body design. Paintings and models."-On daily Ito 5 throuw'h


men to go with her as well. Very few "High School Curriculum Reor-
fellows are worth a $2 date." ganization, a new book published by
the North Central Association of 'Ccl-
NINE MEN UNKISSED 'rleges and Secondary Schools, Will
BERKELEY, Cal., -eb. have a very marked influence on the
are nine unkissed men at the Uni- courses of study in the high schools
versity of California, research com- of the 20 states included in the North
mittee reports. Opinion is divided Central Association, according to
whether this constitutes a record - Warren R. Good in charge of the
number kissed or a record for thef book's publication.
number unkissed. Prof. L. W. Webb, of Northwestern
University, is the chairman of the
STUDENTS SING DURING FIRE { editorial committee, which is coin-
posed of members of the universities
MORGANTOWN, W. Va., Feb. 23. in the arious states. Prof. Calvin.
-SuetofBthan Colhg wer
-Stuent ofBetany ollge ereDavis, secretary of the School of
nc pr inv un- ti; u~~ rau~uu.y W1Jx I un i f .pl .- ,_ ,,.

Lindquist's plan would form a com-4
re"hensivi viw nf th .zi n let' o_!


I VdAV/l. _. "- . I A C-. "V4, .I jlVI %A C~i AU lAII4 ll J'Crt 0 i e s udenu s aca- .ovc-e a eryw en o eo n
February 25, except Sunday. The public is invited. demic achievements and also give old buildings caught fire. They
the student a better perspective on formed a circle around it and kept
Student Art Exchange: Work submitted by students and alumni of the his adaptability to a certain field. firemen away, meanwhile singing
University is now on sale in the Hostess Room of the League every after-. "Keep the Home Fires Burning," un-
noon. BEER MUGS CONFISCATED til the firemen turned the hose on
MADISON, Wis., Feb. 23. - (Eig Ithem driving them away. The build-
EVENTS TODAY Ten)-As a result of a federal raid ing was soon burned to the ground.
Zeta Vbi Eta: Rehearsal this afternoon at 2 o'clock in chapter room. , on a local speakeasy the other night, however, for the students shut o r the
Cast report as early as possible for rehearsal as we shall work all after- several University of Wisconsin stu- water supply.
moon. Cast must report to the League theatre at 8 o'clock Saturday morn- dents have become gravely concernedU
ng. All others report at 9:30 for ushering for children's plays. s tUthE'SeHONOi SYSTEM
The mugs in the speakeasy's posses- DURHAM, N. C., Feb. 23.-Accord-I
Comedy Club: Important meeting at 4:00 o'clock at the League, sionornately engraved with the stu- ing to Alice M. Baldvin, dean of wo-
dents' names, were confiscated by men at Duke University, an honor
prohibition agents, system exists although the' student
Lutheran Stmdents Club will have a hay-ride party Friday evening. body is not aware of the fact. She
Members are aked to be at the Zion Parish Hall by 8 o'clock. Afterwards, PROFESSOR NEEDS PICTURES says that even though proctors are
the club will assemble at the home of Christian Haas. ' now stationed in examination rooms
EVANVSTON, Ill., Feb. 23. - (Bigand students are not obliged to re-
Ortlidox Jewish Students: Regular Friday evening services will be Ten)-Northwestern University has port cheating, the administration has
ield at the Hillel Foundation at 5:45 p. m. Rabbi BHeller will the personification of the cartoonists' never abandoned the idea that an
chant the services. abst-inded rofessor in Prof honor system is in force.
chant the services.Baker Brownell, -lecturer on contem-______
porary thought: He requires that, CO-EDS MILK COWS
COM?11tP TC' ING VNS students submit their pictures when
Rnouance Journal Club will meet Monday, February 27, at 4:10 i R.L. they hand in their notebooks so he ITHAn A, n.ry., -ed 23.- ieve
108. Miss Evelyn M. Smith, of the Dearborn High School will sp'eak on "The can tell "who's who." ornell Unversity co-eds partici-
Utility of a Standardized Vocabulary," an'd Pro fessor Knudson will review_ pated in a milking contest as a fea-
two recent historical French grammars. Graduate students and others in- LONG KISSES WIN ture of the Farm and Home Week
terested are cordially invited. 3 program here. The winning time,
MONTREAL, Que., Feb. 23.-A de- made by Florence Moulton, was three
bate on the relative amount of sat- minutes for eight pounds of milk.
Swimn~ing Club for Women Students: Swimming Cub will hold Apr ing isfaction received from 'long and -- -
tIryut oxn Saturday at 9:45 ai, . at (the Union pool. Anyone interested is short kisses was held recently by ;IhOUSE BILLS DECREASE
invited. seniors at McGill University. The COLUMBUS, 0., Feb. 23-(Big
proposition was "Revolved: that the Ten)-Figures submitted by frater-
Dance for Graduate Students on Saturday, February 25, at the Wo- shorter the kiss, the longer the bliss." nities here show that monthly frater-
men's Atl'letic Bu ilding from 9 to 12 p. n, Admission 30 cents. The affirmative used the Marginal nity bills have fallen considerably
Utility Theory of the law of dimin- during the past two years, accord-
Craf~t~snl: Meeting at the Masonic Temple Saturday at 7:30 p."m.ishing return, quoting incidents from ing to the Ohio State fraternity au-
All membersn Mged to be present. Shakespeare's love-life of Anthony ditor. While fraternity dues have in-
ll nueand Cleopatra, and stated that a kiss creased slightly the largest decreases
LibralStuent' Uion PrfesorMarare Eliot, o th Scoolofshould be of concentrated voltage 'are shown in r'oom' 'Thd board bills
Liberal Students' union: Professor instead of being listless. The nega- with reductions up to ten per cent.

Eduation, is among those on the edi-
torial committee .
"This is the first book of its kind
to be published in Ann Arbor," said
Mr. Good. "It demonstrates that
there are facilities here for publish-
ing books comparable to -those put
out in the east." The book would go
on sale about March 1.
Advertizers To ileceivc
Fraterlises' Pa Iro; agc

w .


Bu1M1SnSsAdin~iiistr gain will speak at the Uitarjin Church Sunday Evcie- sekrwn h eaehwvr
w~ ~uiiu~i~iiv , w~j jJC K U ic uaaran ~nu'cn~uiaayJi~e-tive speaker won the debate, however,
iing at 7:30 o'clock. 1-Ter topic will be "Unemployment Insurance in the by extensive quotations from per-
United States. sonal experience.
At the morning service Mr. Marley's topic will be "Two Gentlemen of e n
Detroit-Henry Ford and Jamin's Couzens." Ii

Fraternity expenditures also have
dropped accordingly,., salaries and
rent items now being less.


W1histler's Work Causes
Bad Mistake yl Woman

Attempt T, 'f Dyiuuit
Weland Ship C'anal



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