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The Wolverine, 1920-07-15

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FR OF THE SU MER
ITY OF MICHIGAN.
d Saturday Afternoons.
ding, Maynard Strt-t.
Editoria, 2414.
fDaily, except Saturday.
or'ds, if signed, the signatures
rint,- but as an evidence of
published in The Wolverine
or quailed to the ollice.
eive no cosideration. No
e writer encloses postage..
r endorse the sentiments ex-
. . Managing Editor
120.
.....Business. Mahager

.tales, have caught the spirit, which characterized
these games, a bitter rivalry on the field and a hearty
good fellowship afterwards.
The dual track meet at Ithaca this last spring and
a return meet here next year marks a partial resump-,
tion of athletic relationships, which, as far as good
sportsmanship is concerned, have proved the most
satisfactory to Michigan. I past years Michigan
has had little difficulty in scheduling games with
Cornell, and it is doubtful if it would be hard to do
so in the future. The student bodies of both schools,
as well as the alumni, desire the renewal of relation-
ships, and apparently the Athletic associations have
already begun work toward this end. It should not
stop until Michigan and Cornell are meeting in every
sport, football, basketball, track, and baseball.
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Editorial Comment

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Ability Shown In
Faculty Concert
An unusually varied musical pro-
gram, giving evidence of rare technical
ability, was given by member of the
faculty of the University School of
Music last night in tfieir compliment-
ary concert in Hill auditorium.
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, a graduate of
the School of Musi'c and for several
years a student at turopean conserva-
tories, opened the program with a ren-
dition of Chopin's Ballade, Op. 52. This
extremely difficult number, the first of
a series of two piano groups, was sym-
pathetically played by Mrs. Okkel-
berg, who demonstrated her ability to
interpret Chopin.
Anthony J. Whitmir'e, acting head of
the violin department, showed in his,
"Meditation from Thais" and "Hun-
garian Idyl," an unusually fine appre-
eiation of the variety and expression
required in these numbers. Mrs.
George B. Rhead at the piano proved
an able accompanist for Mr. Whitmire.

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AGOOD SUPIPLY at

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

naial

Robert L. Kersey
on Cochran

0, 1920
1ECREATIG~N
summer school as a
ment rather than a
efit in many ways?
the former light the
ir, when everything

and campus
h day we had
id we went at
ve-r once con-
osed upon us.
fe that makes
t in our daily
ie all f eel that
urse, the same
on day in and
campus activi-
ought.. What
the matter of
ion ; others .go
to Ferry field
s in the after-
t exercise and
e is still a large
never gets any
'hese men are
ogh they may
Tery text book

TAXATION SHOULD NOT BE PARTISAN
The chairman of the senate finance committee and
the chairman of the ways and means committee of
the house have invited the Republican members of
both those committees to hold a conference meeting
to consider what should be done for changing the
federal tax laws. That they greatly need to be
modified or completely replaced, however much the
revenue may have to be maintained, i5 beyond doubt;
but' that ought not to be regarded as a party ques-
tion in these times. The tax now doing the most,
harm is what is called the excess profits tax; but it
was not a party measure when adopted, and was only
justified by the need of hasty 5action for raising
large funds for war expenses. It was supported by
both parties in congress and defended about as much
by one as the other. It did not do so much harm to
industries and trade when the war was on as it is
doing now, when they, are trying to 'get back to
normal.
The present effect of this tax is irregular and un-
certain. It keeps up a competition for high prices
and high wages, and is extremely wasteful in the
expenditures of those who have it to pay, for they
reduce the rate by cutting down their gross receipts.
Getting rid of it would be a great benefit to the in-
dustries'and trade of the country and the people
engaged in them, by lowering the general level of
prices. There are other.forms of taxation which;
would keep up an adequate revenue without keeping
up the cost of living to anything like the extent that
this does and would restrict production much less.
These committee chairmen have other methods of
taxation to propose, the leading one being specified
as 1 per cent charge upon sales of all sorts of goods,
the sellers simply adding it to prices and turning
over the extra receipts to the revenue collector. This
would probably exceed the. amount really gathered
now from the profits tax, cost only a fraction as
much to collect, and be a great relief from the cost
of production and ot living.-Journal of Commerce.
Abaft the News
Jever go to a movie
and they had these
Literary Digest things
and some squarehead
sitting in front of you
or behind you
or near you somewhere
read 'en out loud?
Wow!
".Blind Husbands" at the movies. Sure they're
blind or most of 'em wouldn't be husbands.
Did you ever think how pertinent many of the
old phrases are when applied t;o a number of con-'
temporary young ladies? Like "hard and fast"
and maybe "sweet and low."

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rentcd.

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FOUNTAIN PENS
It is easy to find one of our stores and each
of them has a stock of pens from which you ca
surely find one to suit you.
324 SOUTH STATE STREET
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711 PACKARD STREET

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Courteous and satisfactofy
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and -Surplus, $600,000.00
Resources, , $4,750,000.00

AMERICAN CI.GAR STORE
BILLIARDS AND POCKET BILAlARDS
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobaccos, Candies. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
514 E. WILLIAMS ONE BLOCK FROM CAMPUS

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Northwest Corner Main & Huron
707 North Universiy Avenue
STUDENTS LUNCH
409 E. JEFFERSON
OPEN 7 All TILL 11 PM,

THE ALLY OF EVERY OTHER SPORT -
KODAK
FOR KODAK AMATEURS THIS STORE IS G. H.. Q.
Cameras, Photographic Helps and Conveniences
that make Picture Making all the Easier,-Film
and Paper
EVERYTHING'S HERE
LYNDON AND COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY

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chool students are tak-
e of using Waterman
e to be a skilled athlete
e in a brisk work-out
imes a week. All you
.privilege'at the treas-
um of fifty 'cents, then
en it may be most con-
>t imagine the .splendid
vay after a short work-,
You feel very much as

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INVITED

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ome students in the Univer-
he time to go to the gymna-
s they might have a little
h they will be free to take a
long one. These, then, have
them if they will only walk
sections of Ann Arbor, or
e, wander out into the sur-
have one of the most beau-
ollege in the entire country,
gate man or woman who can
enjoy the beauties of nature
e walks, beside being pleas-
)a of giving fresh aiir and
cannot indulge in the other

- "DRINKING IMPURE,
WATER CAUSES ONE
DEATH ; MANY SICK"
-Headline.
That stuff is only good for under bridges.
serves 'em right for drinking it.
HEARD ON THE RIALTO
"He had such a kin face."
"Yes; a funny kind."

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FOR TRAVELING ANYWHERE, ANY TIME
You Wil Enjoy Using the
A.B.A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of, $10, $20, $50, and $100, and are
cashed by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identifica-
tion.
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(ickels Arcade)
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the most possible out of our
udying, we are performing
ege life. By devoting time
n, however, we are perform-
ctions of any well ordered
iltimate goal may be. Think
se of activity. Exercise and
proportion make for a bet-

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I haven't met him yet but I'm carrying a club
until I do. You all know the b'ird I mean, the one
who savs, "Is it hot enough for you?"

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CHIGAN AND CORNELL
representatives at the Silver Bay con-
r back the story, of their extremely
tions with the Cornell men and the
l groups for a renewal of athletic rela-
latest report only emphasizes a fact,
een known for many years-that the
rnell contests biring out the greatest
le, yet always a friendly rivalry. Those
i men, who saw the Cornell track meet
ng and mixed with the Cornell men,
aey entertain the highest regard for
I that they desire a resumption of ac-
ile it is only the older man on the
ictually know of these contests of past
derclassmen, listening to their oft-told

jever hear the story
about the old lady
who went into the movie
when they were showing
an Oriental picture
and providing atmosphere
by burning incense
and she wentsupto an usher
,and said boy I smell punk?
(Go on '
you
finish
it). -

S WAI N
713 E. University Avenue
develops films
and
MAKES PRINTS
with care

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Nickels Arcade

A woman' of rather generous proportions went
into a store the other day and said to the clerk, "I
want a sample of cloth for a bathing suit."
They have a new clerk there now.

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