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The Wolverine, 1912-07-06

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THE WOLVERINE

CALENDAR. THE WEATHER FRIDAY FLAYS
July -8, 5 p. m.-The Influence of the Generally fair tonight and UNEQUAL TAXES
Development of Electrical Engineer- unday.
ing upon Modern Life. Professor B. - unicipal Corporations Declared to
F. Bailey. TEACHERS-BE IN I e Favored at Expense of Rail-
July 9, 5 p. m.-Luther Burhank ( By learning to operate the typewriter roads, Banks, and Residences.
lustrated). Dr. I. V A Boa correctly and rapidly. Full course on-
8 p. m.-Causes and Prevention of ly $5.00. School o Shorthand In Tuesday's lecture, which was on
Insanity. Dr. A. M. Barrett(West Sh5-8. h11hN. the subject of Tax Reform in Michi-
Amphitheatre, Medical Building) 5-8. 71 N. Univ. Ave. gan, by Professor David Friday of the
July 10, 5 p. m.-Olympia and the Thin Underwear and Hosiery for Economics department, after summar-
Great Games (illustrated). Profes- men at Allen's Good Clothes Store. izing briefly the history of taxation in
sor M. L. D'Ooge. Main Street. this state the speaker took up the
work of the special investigating com-
mitte which has recently completed
its labors.
GRANGER'S Academy of Dancin Their report shows that, whereas
S V M M E R. S C H 0 0 L the law contemplates an equitable tax-
Classes begin Tuesday, July 9th. Assemblies every Tuesday and Friday ation for all'property in the state, the
evening, beginning July 2nd. For particulars call at Academyor phone 246. railroads, the banks, and city resi-
dence property are paying more than
their share while the gas, water, elec-
tric companies, the mines and
I IM e t C 0 the manufacturing c "rporations are
1 V,.. ypaying much less.
Pres Building Maynard Street According to Professor Friday there
Across from Majestic are several reasons for this. In the
___________________________________________________ first place, the local assessors have
not the technical knowledge necessary
to the proper evaluation of the various
elements which go to make up the
4 l flIwealth of a corporation. Again, the
Yelow and BlUe election of the assessor by popular
vote makes him subservient to those
){ who have helped him to get his office
SVarsity and he dare not, if he can, assess the
corporations at their actual value.
The remedy, says Professor Friday,
-..is to be found in a centralized admin-
istration of taxes under an appointed
state board of assessors, to be com-
- 0posed of experts who have a thorough
knowledge of its functions, and who
Annairbor" have no fear of being turned out of
office if they do their duty.
College Opera Songs PROF HUSSEY HONORED WITH
DOCTOR OF SCIENCE DEUREE.
A~A1xhtd y the UNNEISITY MUSIC HOUSE 4.v ArarA

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H eadquarters
for College, Operatic and
Popular Music
Also a choice stock of the Star
ard and Classic Music
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Brown University has conferred the
aonorary degree of Doctor of Science
upon Prof. William 2. Hussey of this
University. Dr. Hussey is known the
vorld over as a distinguished astron-
>mer. He is director of the observa-
toriesboth at this university and at
he University of LaPlata in South
America.

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PROFESSOR BAILEY TO BEGIN
LECTURES OF SECOND WEEK.
Prof. B. F. Bailey of the Engineering
department will give the first lecture
of the second week of summer school.
His subject is "The Influence of the
e Development of Engineering on Mod-
ern Life." Prof. Bailey is a recognized
authority on technical points in elec-
trical engineering.
"Impressions from the Conventions
at Chicago and Baltimore" is the label
of an unscheduled joint lecture to be
given Friday afternoon at five. Prof.
J. S. Reeves who spent two days
watching the Republican fracas will
give his idea of the G. O. P. meeting
and Prof. J. H. Latane who was a
- delegate from Virginia to the Demo-
cratic convention will take up that
party's prolonged efforts. Each man
will be given twenty-five minutes to
talk.
We sell Clothing for men and young
men. Allen's Good Clothes Store,
Main Street.
MOTION PICTURES
AM PRACHTIGST EN
Can you translate it? Let the Temple show you
EXTRA
Temple Theatre
Tuesday, July 9th, 1912
Thrilling War Story
Th..French Spy
Produced b the Vitagraph Co.
soAmercaa
Afternoon and Evening
Admission - - - 5 cents to all
TTEMPLE THEATRE
MAIN STREET

THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Spend youxavacationaon the Grent Lnkes, the tmnat
economical and enjoyable outing in America
WHERE YOU CAN GO
No matter to what point yu want to guseD. & C.LineSteamers operating to
nil imaportant pars
Dailservaice betweeen Detroit and Buffalo, May 1st to November 1st. City of
Detroit Illand City of Cleveland III, thelargestside wheelsteamers in theworld,
on this division June 10th to September 10th. Daily service between Detroit
and Cleveland Aeril 15th toDecember 1st. During July and August two boats
oatxofDetrait andClevelandery Satuedzaad San nighc.
Fou tr a eehly hetien Toledo, Detrait, Machinac Island and way ports.
Daily servicehbetweenx Toledo, Clevelnd and Pat-ia-Oar.
Special Steaer Cleend O ,Mackinac Ialand,t o trip aweekly. June 15th to
September 10th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every
other teip.
SeciaeDay Trips between Detroit and Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednes-
day, Thursday and Friday out of Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE:-Tickets reading via any rail line
between Detroit and Buffalo and Detroit and Cleveland will behonoredfor
transportation on D. & C. Line Steamers in either direction.
Send 2 cent stamp for llustrated Pamphlet and GreatLakesMap.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres. A. A. Schantz, Gen'l Mgr.
Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company
The Ann Arbor
Swimm ine
Pool
FRED C. WEINBERG, Proprietor
OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
For Ladies and Gentlemen. Tuesday and Friday fore-
noons for ladies only.
The Pool is Fed with Cool Spring Water
725 S. Filth Ave. Phone 996-2 rings

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