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Washington, D. C., July 2-(By A.
)-A pre diction that there will be
revision of the tax laws at the
!xt session of Congress was made
!re today by Senator Smoot of Utah,
ho is to become Chairman of the
nate Finance Committee.
"There will be no revision of, the
venue laws at the next session of
)ngress," said the Senator. "I was
ore than delighted with the results
tained in the way _of revenue ditr-
g the last fiscal year. Instead of a
ficit, as many predicted, we closed
e yeair with a surplus which on fin-
revision will show about two hun-
ed eighty-seven million on the right
le of the ledger. Such a surplis
uld not justify a revision to our
x laws. Nearly all of it camb from
sport duties which exceeded our for-
r hope.
'Railroad legislation," said Sena-
Smoot, "is certain to be one of the
st considerations of the new Con-
ess. Our farmers in the west will
t be satisfied until freight rates are
justed."
Cummings Wins Golf Title
Mount Vernon, N. Y., June 30-(By
P.)-Playing a superior game of
f, Dexter Cummings of Yale won
eintercollegiate title today by de-
ting Rudolph Knepper of Prince-
a, two up and one to play in the
al matgh of the annual tourna-
nt.
Library Closed Sundays
The Library will be closed all day
Mday throughout the summer, It
L1 also be closed on the Fourth of
ly.
Will serve dinner July 4th frooW
30 to 1:30. Phone orders Tpesday,

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Tody- Today-
"'fTho Lights of. New York" l"The Man Who Played
"Snub" Pollard in Where Am I?" f With George Ariss

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Wed. -Thurs.-
"Cameron ot the Rloyal Mounted"
Ivonty Banks in "EFast is Worst"
Fri.-Sat.-
Tom Mix in '"ADO AND DARE"
Stan 4aurel in "Under T o Jags '

Wed. -Thu rs.
MitchellI 'Lewis in "Cads of thseYAM
Bert Roach in "The Jazz Bug'
Fri. -Sat. -
OWeN-Moors IDA"THE POOR SIM
Century Comedy

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SHORT'IHAND, T'YPEV
SECRETARIAL T RA
COMMERCI.AL TEA(
JUNE 25--AUGUST[
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Above, left to right: Senator Robert M. La Follette, President .Harding,
Senator Hiram Jolinson, Henry Allen and Theodore Roosevelt Jr.

Senator

WHIlim E. Borahi

BelAow;

Barring revolts, insurrections an d plague, it looks as if the renomin ation of President Warren G. Hard-'
ing as the G: 0. P. 'standard beare r in 1924 is in the same class of cer tainty as death and taxes,
PJompared with the convention of 1920, when the Ohioan was nominated after the :Row ,famous "2 a, in. con-
ference," engineered by Attorney General Daugherty, then his campaig n manager, the next convention is ex-
pected to be or lens of a cut and dried. affair.,
Despite the outcroppings of numn erous petty differences during the I arding era the trend during recent
months bas, developed a striking tend ency toward unity in the Republican ranks.

Classified Advertising I
Rates: Two cents per word
ier day, paid in advance ; fif-
een cents per reading line per
lay, charged.
WAJTBl
vTED-Roommate- Front suite,
,erything new, leather upholstered
lairs. 1 1-2 blocks from campus.
Ltp $3.00 per week. See Albert H."
lard at Chubb House, 209 S. State.
Phope 3083-J. thi,
FOR SJ
ING ltQcii and kitchen equip-
ent pufliie4 for eighty people can
bought. for $7,OQ. Call 3290.
10c-2
SAE- Small rooming, house,
eblock from the campus. Will
Li to good party for ;1,000 down.
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oath of the campus. Will
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accept
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SALE-Set of "HTarvard Class-
71.8 Monaroe St. lop
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makes

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Educators Open
IFaculty Baseball,
Season Today
Faculty baseball will swing out this
afternoon' when the "Educators"
league takes off on its season's sched-
ule with two hard games: the Faculty
of the School of Education pitted
against the State school superintend-
ents, and state school 'principals
stacked up against the state. "teach-
ers. All of the four teams will play
six games each, during the course of
the season, two sessions being slat-
ed to take place every Tuesday after-+
noon] unless the teachers vote to;
change the date to Wednesday. +
Final organization of the squads+
will take place shortly before the
combats begin at Ferry Feld -at 2:30
o'clock this :afternoon.'
Although the "supers" may spoil1
the dope vhen the two squads meet
the Faculty ball-marvels present a
lineup that looks unbatable, as least1
on paper. "Snap" Lewis is slated to
do the twirling and is said to be the
greatest soft hall' artist that the cam-
pus has seen since the days of "b~ike"
Knode. "Tag'" Davis is the only man
who has been found good enough to
do: the catching for him.
"'P4abbt-foot" Fallon and "Snail"
brim, the fastest man in_ the league,
have been chosen to hold down the
two short-stop positions. Litchel,
Woody, and Blanchard, will take care
of the three bases in case "Snap"
happens to allow someone to reach
first. Densmnore, Dean and Forsythe,
all of 'them diamond experts of con-
siderpgble, note have been signed, up
for the garden positions. Dean Whit-
ney will act as score-keeper and Pro-
fessor Jackson as coach. Rooters or
the squad will be. Professors Berry,
Yokum, and Kingsley.
TEN STATES REPRESENTED
IN WOMEN'S EDUCATION CLUB
Ten states were represented ,in the
first meeting of the Women's Educa-.
tional club yesterday afternoon. The
initial meeting was devoted to intro-
ducing (non-resident members of the
local club. A committee composed of
Elsie Toles, former superintendent of
instruction of Arizona, Rhea Cverdale,
'24, and Blanche Howell, social di-
rectol' of Adelia ChepverĀ° house, were
appointed to take charge of the club's
affairs.
The club -will meet every Monday
night during the session.
".Michigan's Favorite College Songs"

MONTANABEST STT
"Montana is the best state in the
universe from a geological stand-j
point~," Prof. J. P. Rowe, of the Uni-
versity of Montana, declared. "Mon-
tana is rich is undiscovered resources.
The recent oil boom has resulted in
the discovery of 150. wells producing
the highest grades of gasoline,
0l Ilentiful
Six distinct fields have been discov-
ered and the entire central part of the
state is now literally, covered with
derricks used in connection with the,
oil industry.. Cromite, used in the
hardening of steel, and the mineral
whigh played ~m Qst important part
in the manufacture of munitions in
the World war, is found abundantly
within the state,"
According to Professor Rowe, the
University of Montana is doing some
geological research this summer in

the Mission Mountains, but because
of having received only $11,000 to car-
ryon its project, the department will
be able to accomplishi comparatively
little.
Author and Teacher.
Professor Rowe has peen at the
University of Montana since' 1901
where he is the head of the depart-
ment of geology. Hie is' the director
of the University of Montana geology
survey and the author of numerous
books on the Volcanic~ Age, Economic
-Geology and Minerology.
A lecture oni the {Geology of Niagara
Falls, by Professor Rowe, will be giv-
en at 5 o'clock today in the auditorium
of the Natural Science building. The
lecture is especially given for the
benefit of those who are going on the
excursion to Niagara Falls on the 13th
of July.
Peru Makes "IFourthi" National, Day
Lima, Peru, July 2.-(By A.P.)-
July 4 has been proclaimed a full na-
tional- holiday in tribute to American
independence.

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o'as Wilson
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Daily Excursion to

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PUT-IN-BAY

dels, high grade machines,
and sold Hamilton Busi-
Lege, phone 343-R. State
F'OR REN~T

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1)RY CLEANING

flO O Round Trip $1}5Sndays
8 V Way (Retarn Same Day) Holidays
Leaves Detroit Daily 9 a i. (E. T.)
Thie Anest: exclusive excursion steamner, the Put-in-Bay, noted for
its, large ballroom, makes this trip a memorable one. Orchestra and
dapcing aboard, without extra charge. Gafeteria aboard.
Fnur hours crammed with outdoor pleasures at Put-in-Bay-bathing-dancing---
groves for lunching and athletic fields. See the wondefful Caves, and Perry'a
histori;Fonument.
Connections put Put-in-Bay with st eamaers for Cle veland, Toledo and Lakeside.
Damiy to Sandusky
The Put-in-Bay makes the run through to Sand usky every-day. Fare - 1.50
one way.
Special Friday Excursions to Cedar Point
A apeeili excursion is made every Friday to Cedar Point-the fresh water rival
tq A tlantic City-the finest bathing beach in the world-large summer hotels.
. rAVe ,an pd ail outdooramiusements. Four hours at Cedar Point and seven
pc tt P lut-ti-Hoyt Leaving Cedar Point at 5 p.,m. and Put-in-Bay at 7 p. n.;
arriebpk in Detroit 1Q:30 p. mn. Fare-Cedar Point. $1.50 round trip; Put-in-
Bay, 809 cents, ,
BnDancla e onflchts 61 Write for Map Folder

Have .A New. Suit
For The Fourti.

without the expense of buying one.

Send us your, light' suit,

duck, annel .or Palm Beach.

We'll dr ' clean it with

NT-3 room furnished
heat and cold running

apart-
water,

ENERGINE

ivate bath, $35 per month for
lease for year if desired.
arch. $-
ITT-$60 monthly-furnished
ient. Living room, bedroom,
te, bath. Unitl Sept. 1st.

and press it so it will look as if 'it had never been worn 'at a
price which will mean a new suit ,at a ridicuously low cost.

Swezey, Phone 3184.

10c-31

LOST
Gold fountain pen. Call 904-R.
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MISCELLANEOUS
:NG-Sanquist Inn, 615 Church
k good place to eat. Rates
for two meals, $7.00 for three
Mrs. E. M. Batdarff, man-
9p-3
VTS make five dollars an hour
spare time while at Summer

Swissilized Garments Stay Clean Longer
"Me }Come of Sneryinc'
PHONE 2508
209 SOUTH FOURTH AYE.

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