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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fraternity, Sorority Tax Roll
(To the Nearest Dollar)
Name of House Appraisal Ta Paid plinquCent Pen
Acacia . . . ................ $23,500 $ $ 85.9.
Alpha Chi Sigma ..........6,700 237.
Alpha Delta Phi .........32,000 1,133.
Alpha Kappa Lambda . ... 11,000 134. 254.
Alpha Kappa Psi (Owned by the Unive'sty, exeilipt)
Alpha Lambda .........4,800 169.
Alpha Omega .............8,000 288.
Alpha Rho Chi .... ...... 11,250 397.
Alpha Sigma Phi .........17,000 694. 1
Alpha Tau Omega ........ 31,000 1,136. 2
Apostles Club . ...........5,700 201.
Beta Theta Pi ........... 31,000 1,093.
Chi Lambda Phi .........13,500 487.
Chi Phi................. 29,000 1,047.
Chi Psi ......... . ....... 31,000 1,091.

Fanious British CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
Econoiist Will

ally
5.20
4.14
0.20
8.23
7.69
8.42
1.57
8.30
8.91
9.45

on .......13,000
ilon ......41,800 1,489.
.5,400 191.
31,000
a.......27,000 329.
.13,000 515.
.12,500 472.
.8,500 386.
1,000
(Owned by the University, exempt)
. . 15,500

464.
1,137.
626.
1,116.
561.

2
1

4000
20,500
12,500
16,000
35,900
24,000
10,750
7,400
4,800
19,000
21,500
22,000
5,000
14,500
23,500
14,500
14,000
10,250
38,000
25,000
15,500
7,400

741.

968.

.11,000
.21,500
.31,000
.19,000
.6,500
.30,000
.10,250
.37,000
.29,000
9,250
31,00
28,000
19,500
18,500
.9,500
La) 10,250
.15,500
9,500
7,400
.24,000
.25,000
.15,500
.23,500
. . . 8,000
. 12,500
. 30,000
.. 22,000
20,500

815.
307.
378.
172.
850.
339.
184.
177.
781.
512.
36-6.
1,353.
305.
198.
534.
438.
229.
1,132.
354.
1,111.
491.
68'.
439.
362,
189.
264.
914.
545.
302.
X57.
1,132.
1,038.

405.
257.
412.
515.
345.
152.
589.

1,354.
1,648.
563.

16.21
8.62
21.11
37.27
14.64
11.09
6.97
11.59
16.98
13.42
18.63
9.52
8.54

Lecture Heret
Speaks In Natural Science
Auditorium On Economi-
i cPlanning
Dr. Hugh Dalton, former Parlia-
mentary under-secretary of state in
Ramsey MacDonald's sub-cabinet,
will speak at 4:15 p.m. today in Na-,
tural Science Auditorium on "Eco-
nomic Planning in Theory and Prac-
tice."
After serving in the British artil-
lery during the war, Dr. Dalton began
teaching in the London School of
Economics, where he remained until
1925. During those years he also as-
sisted the government in labor in-
vestigations and as a member of trade
boards which adjusted wages and
other contentious matters of their
particular trades.
Elected as a labor member to Par-
liament in 1924, Dr. Dalton began
his career in political office. He re-
ceived the appointment to Ramsey
MacDonald's sub-cabinet in 1929 and
held this position for two years, as-
sisting the foreign minister, Arthur
Henderson, in upholding the existing
government's foreign policy in the
House of Commons.
Dr. Dalton's book on "Inequality
of Incomes in Modern Communities,"
is among the best treatments of this
important matter. It knits together
the economic literature in the subject
and offers a number of practical po-
litical suggestions with reference to
Great Britain. This book was Dr. Dal-
ton's first major work. Later he pub-
lished two other volumes in the field 1
of taxation: "Principles of Publicl
Finance," and "The Capital Levy Ex-1
plamed."
Dr. Dalton's lecture is open to the
public.v
DIES IN FALL1
NEGAUNEE, March 17 -(1) -
Gust Luoma, 29, Ishpeming, an em-
ployee of the Cliffs Power and Light
Co., was fataly injured here when1
he fell from a transmission line poleI
south of Mod gan Heights.

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TAXICABS
TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
cars. Only standard rates. 1x
ARCADE CAB. Dial 6116. Large com-
fortable cabs. Standard rates. 2x
Professor Sets New
A bsent-Minded Record
PALO ALTO, Calif., March 17.-- A
new all time high for absent minced
professors was set by Physics instruc-
tor Oppenheimer of Berkeley. Pro-
fessor Oppenheimer, it seems, took a
young lady for a drive in his car,
and after a while stopped the car
and excused himself for a walk. Two
hours later the girl became a bit
alarmed, and called the police to
search for the missing man. After
long searching in the bushes nearby
he was found - in his home. It
seemed he'd forgotten all about her.

587.
365.
266.

328.
1,173.
686.
684.
1,354.
686.
332.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT: Comfortable, clean
single room, shower bath, private
family. Board if desired. Phone
7796.
WANTE
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, s and 7 dol-
lars, Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office. 200
North Main. 5x
LAUNDRY
PERSONAE laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problem of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. ]Me's shirts our specialty.
Call for and deliver. 2-3478, 5594.
611 E. Hoover. 9x
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
LOST AND VOUND
HOST: An official Michigan Seal
Ring in Haven Hall, Men's Room,
Saturday noon. Reward. Call 4437.
392
ELGIN watch, brown strap. In Na-
tural Science Building. Phone 3966.
Reward. 391
NOTICE
AUTO LOANS AND REFINANCING
Bring your title
Associated Motor Services, Inc.
311 W. Huron, Ph. 2-2001
12x
MONDAY and Wednesday, Marcel or
shampoo and finger wave, 50c.
j Raggedy Ann Shop. Phone 7561.
.lx
Offer Prize Of $50
For German Essays
The Bronson-Thiomas prize of $50
will be awarded to the person, who,
having written an acceptable essay
in German,, wins the examination
in that language to be held Friday
April 20, it was announced yesterday
by the German department.
The essay must be written entirely
in German, and be on the subject,
"Lessing als Bahnbrecher", or "Less-
ing the Pioneer." The examination
will cover "Lessing Leben Werke,"
or "Lessing's Life and Works". This
prize is a result of a $1,00 gift do-
nated by Thomas B. Bronson, '1, in
memory of his professor of German,
Calvin Thomas. It is an annual
award, but was not made last year
on the grounds that the material
submitted was not of suflcient merit.
SUMM E R
Residential Summer School (co-
educational) in the heart of
French Canada. Old Country
French staff. Only French spok-
en. Elementary iIntermediate,
Advanced. Certificate or College
Credit. French entertainments,
sight-seeing, sports, etc.
Fee $150, Board and Tuition.
June 27-Aug. 1. Write for circu-
lar to secretary, Residential
French Summer School.
cI l..L INISE RSITY
Montreal, anada

9.72
4.51
13.36
20.95
11.59
20.98
15.43
23.89
5.64
18.91
17.08
15.94
5.791

Alpha
Alpha
Alpha
Alpha

Epsilon Pi .........
Epsilon Iota......
Gamma Delta .....
Omicron Pi, and

a

522.
844.
359.
341.
951.
854.

Phi Sigma Sigma . ...... .
Alpha Phi .............. .
Alpha Xi Delta.........
Chi Omega ..............
Collegiate Sorosis . .....,..
Delta Delta Delta ..... .
Delta Gamma ...........

6,300
5,700
4,500
10,250
21,400
11,000
14,509
13,000
24,500
16,000

200.
165.
762.
389.
518.
465.
863.
564.

399.

227.

3.84
2.74
7.57

18.79
15.25
14.71
4.42
7.62
20.98
24.61,
12.50
$639.37

Delta Omicron (Owned by the University, exempt)
Delta Zeta ............... 14,500
Gamma Phi Beta ........ 11,750 420.
Kappa Alpha Theta ......19,500 694.
Kappa Delta .............17,000 613.
Kappa Kappa Gamma ... 12,000 423.
Pi Beta Phi .............. 17,000 600.
Sigma Kappa ............6,300
Sigma Zeta .............. 8,000
Theta Phi Alpha .........10,250 362.
Zeta Tau Alpha .......... 10,250 364.

525.

9.16

263.
4(4.

5.58
8.67

985.
$26,106. $26,549.

Sorrji

Total .............$ 275,200
Orand Total ....... $1,712,040

$ 8,52$. $ 1,778.
$34,634. $28,327.

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