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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1948

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Short-Form Relieves Student Taxpayer
EDITORS o inTrretativearticlsavailable at the Washtenaw Coun- If you fall into either the first or
the mysteries of income tax pay- ty Collector of Internal Revenue second bracket, follow the short-
mts.) Office, 207 First National Bank
form directions carefully. Remem-
By CRAIG WILSON Turig Main Sjthat you are filing for the calendar
students who did not pay 20 Prospective users of the short- year 1947 and no other period.
cent of their wages to the gov- form fall into three groups: Exemptions
inent during 1947 are going 1. Those earning more than $550 Under "Your Exemptions" list:
dig deep into their pockets be- who file and pay (unless they es- 1. Yourself.
e March 15-the income tax cape on depdents). 2. Those in the 2. Your husband or wife if he or
adline. twilight zone between $500 and she had no income for 1947 or
Che short-form return (1040) $550 who must file but pay no tax.-i you intend to file this state-
I reveal the terrible toll in dol- 3. Those whose earnings did not ment as a 'joint return.' This
s each campus taxpayer loses. reach $500-they don't have to lumps the earnings and deductions
ies of the four-page form are file or pay.
of husband and wife on one form
cutting time spent in half.)
3. Other dependents - persons
who earned less than $500 during
1947 and received half of their
support from you. These include:
son, daughter, descendents there-
of, step sons and daughters, sons
and daughters-in-law, father, or
mother or an ancestor of either.
MASON-Eagle #n The Sky . . ........ . . ....... . .....3.00 Other acceptable dependents
are: stepfather or mother, fathers
HARVIN-The Stubborn Wood ...................3.00 and mothers-in-law, brother, sis-
DAVIS-The Years of the Pilgrimage.. . ... . ........3.00 ter, step-brothers and sisters, half-
MARCUS-Straw To Make Brick . . ... . . . ... . . .,. .....3.00 brothers and sisters, and brothers
and sisters-in-law.
DUNN-East of Fifth ................ . ............2.75 Not Acceptable
RICHARDS-The Last Billionaire .. . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . 3.75 Verboten are dependents that
PEALE-A Guide to Confident Living .......... . ...2.75 are not residents of the United
FARLEY-Jim Farley's Story ........ . . .. . . ...... . 3.50 States, but legally adopted rela-
LAMB-The March of Muscovy ..... . .. . . . . . . ..... 375tives and aunts, uncles, nieces and
nephews by blood all count.
VAIN DORE-The Great Rehearsal ......... . .... .3.75Dontcamnyrlivwh
Do not claim any relative who
files a return of their own, such
as husbands claiming dependency
gERBEMKBoboKSTRE for wife who has filedseparately.
This would result in three exemp-
1216 So. University Ave. Ann Arbor, Mich, tions where two exist and nasty
frowns on the faces of Revenue
Collectors.
Students whose incomes are
wholly from salaries, wages, divi-
dends and interest are all done
when they complete filling out
page one. If your income came
D o you M ISS- from other sources, you will have
to suffer through page two.
More Work
Mother's Cooking F sheet over and fill in
Schedule A-Income from annu-
ities or pensions; B-Income from
rents and royalties; C-Profit (or
loss) from business or profession;
My Mom cooks two wholesome meals every day (farmers get form 1040F) D-
for me. I will share these meals with your for 65c. chan d losses from sales or ex -
Sunday Special T-Bone Steak 1.35 Income from partnerships, estates
and trusts; and F and G-explain-
Open 5 P.M.* ing the other schedules.
Mon.: Pork B.B.Q.-Porcupine Balls From the tax table on page four
Tues.: Chop S S h Rice of form 1040, locate the amount
Tes.: Chnp Suey-panish Rce you pay, according to the income
Wed.: Tuna Saacd-Escaloped Potatoes and Ham you have listed and the number of
Thurs.: Beef Stew-Salisbury Steak dependents claimed.
Fri.: Egg Salad-Spaghetti, and Meat Sauce Mail your return with a check,
Sat.: Goulash money order or postal note, to:
The Collector of Internal Revenue,
$5.50 Meal Tickets $5.00 Federal Building, Detroit, before
March 15.
Next: Can you make deduc-
ON -A L G RLL tions totaling more than 10 per
cent of your salary? Then file
3 short blocks from the campus the Long Form.

Students' Tod
Makes Home
Out of House
During the past three weeks
students have turned plumber,
electrician, house-painter, and
cabinet-maker at Michigan Cop-
erative House, in an intensified
effort to convert their new ramb-
ling three-story house into a proxy
home for the fifty men that live or
eat there.
Before the intense "work holi-
day" started, the house manager
prepared lists of the jobs that
needed to be done-everything
from hauling away trash to build-
ing cupboards to laying cement.
Members then signed up for the
work, mutually agreeing on a
deadline for all major projects.
Angelo Menoni, house president,
now says that the last of the work
is done, and, as a gesture of cele-
bration, the men are holding an
open house for neighbors, faculty,
students, and friends this after-
noon.
If previous investigations are

FINE ARTS DISPLAY:
Photographs of New Russian
Sculpture Will BeExhibited
A glimpse behlin d the "iron cur- According to Carl D. Sheppard
tain" will be cifered to the Lni- of the fine arts department, who
versity in an exhibit, of photo- with Mrs. Lila Pargment of the
graphic panels of Russian sculp- Russian department is in charge
ture to be sh'wn from Monday of the exhibit. the collection is an
through Saturday in the West excellent summary of contempor-
Gallery of the lackham Building, ary Russian sculpture.
The exhibit, organized by the The exhibit is intendea to sup-
Committee for Cultural Relations plement the new coordinated pro-
with Foreign Countries, a Soviet gram of Rusian studies. Sheppard
government institution, is spon- added that the fine arts depart-
sored here on campus by the Rus- ment will offer a course in Russian
sian and fine arts departments. art next year.
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AVC's DE EGATES-Bess Hayes and Jack Elliott, shown
above, arc attending the National Veterans' Housing Conference in
Washington. They have joined a nation wide lobby to press for the
passage of the Tart Ellender-Wagner housing bill.
with MARY STEIN

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WHRV's coverage of the Iow
game Monday (7:30 p.m.) will 1
as part of a special "basketbal
network of seven midwest station
including two Iowa ones. Joh
Rich and John Carroll will be
WHRV's mikes during the gam
and Tate Cummings of WM'
Cedar Rapids, will also be c
hand.
Today
3:00 p.m. WJR-N. Y. Philha
monic, with Yehudi Ment
hin.
7:00 p.m. WWJ-Jack Benny.
8:00 p.m. WHRV-Detroit" Syn
phony Orchestra.
10:00 p.m. All networks-Pres.
Truman opens Red Cross
drive.
10:45 p.m. WHRV-Michigan
Radio Workshop, "The
Overcoat."
Monday
10:00 a.m. WWJ-Fred Waring
(weekdays).
7:30 p.m. WPAG-FM and
WHRV-Michigan vs. Iow
Tuesday
8:30 p.m. WHRV-Town Meet
ing.
9:30 p.m. WWJ-Fibber McGe
and Molly.
9:30 p.m. WHRV-Boston Syn
phony.
Wednesday
10:00 p.m. WHRV-Bing Crosb
guest Jack Benny.
Thursday
7:30 p.m. WHRV-Henry Mor
gan.
9:00 p.m. WJR-Dick Haymes
Friday
7:55 p.m. WPAG-FM-Hockey,
"U" vs. Mich. Tech.
9:30 p.m. CKLW-Information
Please.
Saturday
2:00 p.m. WHRV-Metropolita
Opera, "Tannhauser," Mel
chior, Traubel, Janssen.

va 6:15 p.m. WHRV-Michigan valid, guests will be shown the
be Journal of the Air. painted, slip-covered living room
e" ythe new triple sinks and cupboard,
S6:30 p.m. WWJ-NBC Sym- in the kitchen, and the immacu-
n late grounds by a group of ver,
at 7:30 p.m. WPAG-FM and proud and happy students, whos(
e} WHRV--"U" vs. Mich. only comment on the whole pro-
T State. ject is, "Of course we could do it.'
- Concentration Meetings
Nine depai -.ments of the literary college will hold concentration
discussion meetings this week, March 3-5.
n- The conferEnces have been planned for sophomores and fresh-
men seeking as2 stance in choosing a field of concentration. Speak-
ers will attempt to make clear the nature and scope of a depart-
mental ar, a of study, its relation to a liberal education and its pro-
fessional or vocational significance.
The program for this week follows:
Wednesday, Mr rch 3-Classical and Modern European Languages--
4:15 p.m., 25 A.H.%
Prof. F. 0.5 A. ley: The place of classics in a liberal education.
Prof. O. M. Fearl: Various fields of research open to people fam-
iliar with the classics.
a. Prof. Otto Gaf: Values in the studies of modern foreign lan-
guages.
Wedniesd ty, M1r4 1r b3-Geology and Mineralogy-4:15 p.m., Terrace
e Room, Union.
Prof. K. K. Landes: Preparation for concentration in geology.
- Prof. J. T. Wilsor: Preparation for training in geo-physics.
Prof. C. B Slawson: Concentration in Mineralogy.
Thursday, March 4-Fine Arts and Music-4:15 p.m., 231 A.H.
ry Prof. G.H. Fcrsyth: Educational values and vocational opportun-
ities in fine crts.
Prof. Carl 1). lheppard: Programs of concentration in the fine
arts depprtment.
Dean Earl V. Moore: Professional and non-professional aspects of
music.
Thursday, March 4-Zoology and Botany-4:15 p.m., 25 A.H.
Prof. A. F. S'htll: Zoology as a field of concentration.
t, Prof. K. L. Jones: The nature and scope of botany and its place
in a liberal education.
n Prof. W. C Stiere: Professional and vocational opportunities in
- Botany.
Friday, March 5--Economics-4:15 p.m., 231 A.H.
Prof. W. B. Palmer: Economics as a field of concentration.
Prof. Z. Clark Dickinson: Vocational outlook for students in
economics.
Prof. Margaret Elliott Tracy: Concentration in economics for
womn.r.

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WANTED TO RENT
NAVY LT. CMDR., Mich. graduate stu-
dent, wife and child, desire 2-3 bed-
room apartment or house, furnished
or unfurnished, about Sept. 1, 1948.
Will pay up to $100 per month. Please
write immediately to W. A. Erickson,
11 Doewcod St., Homoja Village, An-
napolis, Md. )58
3 or 4 BEDROOM furnished house by
May 1 or 15. Call Northville 322 col-
lect. )48
TO EXCHANGE
EXCHANGE TENANCIES - Wanted
apartment or flat in Detroit in ex-
change for 3% room apartment (no
children) near campus in Ann Arbor.
Call Ve 6-2255, Detroit. )35
FOR SALE
FOR SALE - Radio. Brewster Table
Model. 5-Tube. Practically new. $22.50.
Call 4736 after 6 p.m. )63
ALL COLOR CANARIES. Males and
females. Bird supplies and cages.
Mrs. Ruffins. 562 S. Seventh. )18
ACCORDIAN, 80 Bass Barcarole, per-
fect condition, excellent buy: Phone
5729, 1301 Herman Ct. )27
BINOCULARS: 7x50 German make.
New. Over $200 value, will sacrifice
for $95. Phone 5729. )281
AM GIVING UP APARTMENT: have
refrigerator for sale. Excellent condi-
tion. Call 2-0545 evenings. )17
.22 cal. Model HD Hi Standard semi-
automatic pistol. 6% inch barrel, with
holster. Bill, 5989. )50
GAS BURNER for furnace with right
to get gas. Pittsfield Village resi-
dents only. Phone 25-8538. )49
DIAMOND RING,-Beautiful art carved
.8 carat. Platinum mounting. Perfect
stone. Reasonable write Box 64, Daily.
)59
DE WOHLER MICROSCOPE, 3 ob-
jectives including oil immersion, 3
oculars, dark field condensor, filters,
case, light, $90. Write Box 63. )52
B & L MONOC. convertible to binoc.
lox and 43x and 97x oil imm. obj. 5x
and lox ocul. Mechanical stage, con-
denser, filters. Call Bill, 2-0022 or
visit 908 E. Ann. )61

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JOB WANTED: Girl student wants
job for Tuesday and Thursday. Call
2-4471 Rm. 5022. )55
WANTED
WANTED-An apartment for next Sept.
If you can give me any help, please
write Box 61, Michigan Daily. )11
PERSONAL
PASS the time before the game read-
ing COLLEGIATE Magazine. On sale
at the basketball game.
BUSINESS SERVICES
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HIldegarde Shop. 109 East Washing-
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FOR RENT
ROOM for 2 graduate students (men).
Phone 2-7461. )53
SUITE for Rent-Two Male Student.
No smoking. 319 E. Jefferson St.
Phone 2-1859. )62
VACANCY for one man student. Three
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