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THE IMCHWAIGAN ~~
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Jin FiUreSL Bureau
Abates Tax
tunate Few
* * *
. S t u d e n t s anticipating long
sleepless nights filling out income
. tax forms may have no worries at
all, according to Irv Stenn, new-
.:..ly appointed chairman of Student
Legislature's Better Business Bu-
reau-.
Stenn, who has just completed
a .study of student income tax re-
J;turns in cooperation with Maurice
S. Hahn, lecturer in the School of
SBusiness Administration, pointed
uiout that persons earning less than
$600 do not have to file returns.
S* * *
"AND I DOUBT if many stu-
dents earn that much in Ann Ar-
bor in a year's time," he added.
Stenn emphasized, however,
that students earning less than
$500 a year shoud file -returns
in order to receive rebates on
taxes withheld throughout the
f+1Jr >rs~f:>r :.:f :year.
}"... Although students receiving un-
restricted scholarships and grants
- 4from trust funds do not have to
i ,file income tax returns, those who
receive scholarships stipulating
that students must work part-time
in order to receive the funds must
...""...,make out the tax forms, he added.
INAUGURATED by the Better
Business Bureau for the first time
:r,{this semester, the income tax ser-
vice supplements the BBB's exist-
.:ing program of protecting students
from misrepresentation by vendors
who sell goods in dormitories, fra-
ternities and sororities.
The Bureau requires each ven-
I dor to register with its office be-
fore approving his solicitation in
University residences. A staff of
investigators is maintained to
study reports of misrepresentation
by these vendors.
In addition, the Bureau approves
.. } /. f" _.rall posters before they may be
placed on the Diagonal, insisting
that they meet certain basic stan-
dards drawn up by the Office of
Student Affairs and Student Leg-
4 islature.
4.Theatre Tryouts
Ann Arbor Civic Theatre will
MADELINE hold a meeting for men interested
. . . silent beauty in trying out for roles in "The
Male Animal."
.heThose interested may tryout at
will move her till the building 7:30 p.m., today, at 1117 Church
crumbles into ruins. Street.
* *. * _________
MEANWHILE, Madeline is not Gulantics Winner
saying a word. She just looks off
into space, her mouth forever clos- Beverly Olszynski, '52E, winner
ed, leaving the mystery of her ori- of Saturday's Gulantics show, will
gin for some post-Hydrogen age appear on the Union-League spon-
archeologist, digging among the sored "State Street Station"
remains of the East Quadrangle, broadcast over WUOM at 5:15
to ponder over. p.m. today.

JOURNALISTIC RELICS:
Past Publications Exhibited at Rackham

OPENS SERIES-John Useem,
sociology professor at Michigan
State College, last night gave the
first in a series of five lectures
on marriage at Rackham Hall.
The lectures are under the gen-
eral title of "Contemporary Set-
tings for Marriage."
'U'Sponsors
String Quartet
Cornpostiton
The University has commission-
ed Prof. Quincy Porter of Yale Un-
iversity, eminent American com-
poser to write a string quartet,
Prof. Gilbert Ross, of the School
of Music has announced.
The work will be given its world
premiere by the Stanley Quartet
July 25 as a feature of the Sum-
mer Chamber Music Series.
Last year's commission in the
support of American music went
to Walter Piston of Harvard.
Prof. Porter has composed sev-
en string quartets which have
been performed by the Buda-
pest String Quartet and many
other top-flight organizations.
Prof. Ross has also announced
that Prof. Alvin Etler of Smith
College is working on a quintet for
piano and strings which will be
given its first performance this
summer by the Stanley Quartet.
"The commissioning of works
by already established or unusual-
ly promising American composers
is the natural result of what the
University already has achieved 'in
the support of American music,"
Prof. Ross said.

"Our Rugby Team; The Nucleus ]
of It Practicing Daily on The
Campus," headlined the first is-
sue of the "U. of M. Daily" in 1890.
Volume one, number one of The
Daily is one of the many treasures
from,the past in the Student Pub-
lications display, Rm. 160, Rack-
ham Bldg.
* * *
THE DISPLAY, open to the pub-
lic 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Fri-
day, features copies of The Daily,
'Ensian and Gargoyle and their
predecessors dating as far back
as 1840.
Michigan Historical Collec-
tions, directed by Prof. Lewis
Vander Velde; chairman of the
history department, is sponsor
of the exhibit, which gives a
visual history of student publi-
cations.
The Daily's ancestor, "Univer-
sity Chronicle," was begun" as a
bi-weekly by male students in 1867
and two years later absorbed "Uni-
versity Magazine," a monthly also
launched in 1867. As "The Chron-
icle" it became a weekly in 1877.
First issue of "The Chronicle"
carried a front page editorial on
"Michigan . . . the university of
the New World."
Featuring a preview of the Rug-
by season, the first Daily revealed
that the Michigan eleven was
stealing tricks from "Snake Ames,"
star of Princeton, Michigan's
strongest opponent.
THE 'ENSIAN was founded in
THE PERFECT
_ DOESN'T
1-k.._.A.,,"JUST HAPPEN"
Here's the key to happiness: A seclud-
ed cottage all your own (automatically
heated, with bath), deep in wooded
hills, companions you like, things you
like to do and marvelous meals (break-
fast until 11:00). Open all year for
newlyweds only.i Rates include meals.
Mention dates if you wish our Three
Hone ymoon Plans and other folders.
The Farm on the Hill, Swiftwater, Pa.

1867 as a merger of three annuals:
"University Paladium," started by
the fraternities in 1858; "Casta-
lian,". established by independents
in 1866; and "Res Gestae," which
the law department had begun in
1895.
The Gargoyle announced its
birth with a "Junior Hop" edi-
tion in 1909. It wsa then a lit-
erary magazine with a small
humor section. The Gargoyle's
fore-runner was "Wrinkle," pub-
lished, "every little while" from
1893 to 1905.
An impressive list of fore-fath-
ers greets "Generation," literary

magazine to be launched this
month.
FIRST WAS a handwritten re-
cord of Alpha Nu society, begun
in 1840. Another, "Peninsula Quar-
terly and University Magazine,"
was started in 1853.
The next year its editor and
owner, J. Sterling Morton, was ex-
pelled. However, Morton got his
degree in 1858 and became Presi-
dent Cleveland's Secretary of Ag-
riculture.
"Perspectives," a literary re-
ment of The Daily in 1939.
The Student Publications collec-
tion will be on display for at least
two weeks, according to Prof.
Vander Velde.

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