THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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heavily. It is still a big seller with us and if you
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-ask to see the
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PROFESSOR SELIGMAN ATTACKS
THEORY ALSO AS AN IM-
New York, April 23.-Conscription
of wealth as a means of raising funds
to prosecute the war is heartily con-
demned in an article by Professor
Seligman in the Columbia Spectator
on the best means of meeting the enor-
mous expense that war imposes.
He avers that those who urge the
conscription of wealth do so on the
mistaken theory that the rich do not
do their share in war time. In addi-
tion the scheme is practically impos-
sible of successful operation. It is not
being used even in Germany, which is
straining every sinew to meet War ob-
Wg Ltions, and would break down the
whole fabric of tax administration in
this country if attempted here.
There are several other ways in
which money may be raised, he states,
less obnoxious than this and more ef-
ficient. The issuance of short term
bonds can be made to yield the major
portion of the money required. Great-
er inheritance and income taxes, and
the'free use of indirect taxation will
so fve effectually to support whatever
demands the war places upon us, and
place the burden on the present gen-
eration with as even a distribution as
is physically possible.
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t Unless Otherwise Speified.
Sat.-2 i-Alice Joyce and I Harry
Morey in "The Courage of Silence" ;
Mrs. Vernon Castle in "Patria." 15c
Mon.-Tues.-Wed. - 23-24-25 - Mary
Pickford in "A Poor Little Rich
Girl." (Extra school children's mat-
inee at 4:30); children, oc; adults,
matinees, 1sc; evenings, 2sc. Mon-
day 23, under the auspices of the
Mainees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
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Tues.-24-ronstance Talmadge in
"The Girl of the Timber Claims."
Also Triangle Comedy, "Won By a
Wed.-25-Beginning the McClure
Series-"The Seven Deadly Sins."
Ann Burdock in "Envy." Also Pathe
Comedy and Pathe News. Evening
Thurs.-Fri.-262--Mae Murray in
"On Record." Also Paramount
Comedy. Evening irc.
ALICE BRADY in
"PEARL OF THE ARMY"
"THE FOREIGN ALLIANCE"
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often been remarked when talking of
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Experienced Travelers Use Them
Checks not countersigned may be replaced if lost.
Convenient for the college man trav- Considering the protection afforded,
eling individually or with his team, their cost is insignificant.
Denominationsof $10, $20, $50 and $100 at a premium of50c.
on one hundred dollars' worth.
Get them from your local bank or write for full particulars.
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College men want smart, snappy styles. They want quality, a
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AT'S GOING ON
clock-Mr. W. K. Towers ad-
s journalism students in room
lock-Dean J. R. Effinger talks
ele Francais in Tappan hall.
o'clock-Adelphi house of rep-
Itives meets in Adelphi rooms,
o'clock-Botanical Journal club
in room 173 Natural Science
o'clock-Tryads meet in room
,tural Science building.
clock-Meeting of Red Cross
ammittee and ;ticket sellers at
>f Mr. G. W. Millen, 1912 Geddes
HOPES SHIFT TO U. S.
German Paper Shows Efforts to Fix
Matters with This Country
Amsterdam, April 23.-Germany may
be making more efforts to adjust mat-
ters with the United States, if an ar-
ticle in today's Tages Zeitung by
Count von Reventlow is correct. "It
appears the efforts for a separate Rus-
sion peace have somewhat sub-
sided," Reventlow said, according to
dispatches here, "but the government
seems again to be setting its hopes to-
ward the United States."
COBBLER POET TO ADDRESS
POPULACE AT SEVEN TONIGHT
Dr. Tom Lovell will speak on the
subject of "Boy and Girl and What
They Both Can Do," at 7 o'clock to-
night at 209 S. Thayer street. After
the address the doctor will sing
"Good-Bye Sweetheart," "It's Lovely
to Meet in the Old Moon Time," "The
Factory Girl.' The latter piece is the
poet's latest composition. The public
is invited to attend.
Colorado: The University of Colo-
rado is to miss its annual baseball
game with Colorado college, follow-
ing the decision of the latter to drop
athletics for military training. Colo-
rado college is the only school in the
state which has taken the step of dis-
Columbia: Active preparations for
service are to be started by Colum-
bia's aviation corps this week. A
place for instruction, an instructor,
and $6,000 have already been obtained
by the corps, and aeroplanes are ex-
pected within a few days.
California: California's ambulance
corps of 42 men will leave the univer-
sity within a few days to go to New
York, where it will sail for France.
The corps sails May 12, and will take
up active service on the European
battlefields immediately on its ar-
Minnesota: Farm work is to be re-
cognized on a par with army or navy
service by the faculty of the Univer-
sity of Minnesota in granting de-
grees and credit for the semester's
work. All students in good standing
leaving to work on farms will receive
credit for the semester's work, which
in the case of seniors means gradua-
Lawrence: Men of junior and sen-
ior rank have an opportunity to en-
roll in the school of military science
at the University of Wisconsin for
work in preparation for the examina-
tions for the reserve officers' corps.
Brown: Following the advice of
Major General Leonard Wood, the fac-
ulty yesterday afternoon voted to con-
tinue all intercollegiate athletic con-
tests for the present.
Indiana: A branch of the aerio-
science club of America will be estab-
lished at Indiana university for the
purpose of preparing students for the
aeronautical division of the United
States army. A meeting to plan for
the new organization was held Sat-
Indiana: The death knell of the
Indiana union barber shop has been
sounded. Because of lack of student
support, the board decided to discon-
tinue the institution the remainder of
the year. It has shown a debit balance
almost every week since it was start-
ed. The union movies will be discon-
tinued during the summer months.
Union Purchases Magazine Covers
Magazine covers for 32 different
publications taken by the Michigan
Union have been purchased from the
Arnold Manufacturing company of
The covers are of imitation leather,
with patent fasteners, and the name
of each magazine and the words, Uni-
versity of Michigan Union in gold let-
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Study Cooking in Preparing for War
Lawrence, Kan., April 23.-Even the
hpme economics department of the
University of Kansas is not safe from
the ravages of war. Ten men have
invaded that department in order to
learn how to cook the "grub" for their
comrades in such a manner that it
won't be quite as deadly as the enemy's
fire. Instruction as to the preparation
of food and the preservation of a bal-
anced ration will be given.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.
Tryads to Consider Campaign Copy
Work on the copy for the advertis-
ing campaign which is being conducted
for the Stalker Furnace-Regulator'
company will occupy most of the time
of the Tryads at their regular meet-}
ing at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room
162 Natural Science building. Thei
club has already prepared a large
amount of copy for the campaign, most
i;i, Atnafier Spc-ahs Before Pharmists
"Problems for the Pharmacists to
Meet" was the subject of an address
given by Dr. Clyde B. Stouffer last
Friday evening before the Detroit
branch of the Pharmaceutical associa-
tion in the Wayne medical building.
Dr. STouffer emphasized that great-
er care FhOuld be taken to conserve
Mle health of the pharmacist and that
ortr r hours should be procured.
of which has been
dcent of the co man
given to the presi-,
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Shirts made to measure. G. i Wild Estimates on any kind of Painting
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WL A^iMIT TWF PERSONS
There's No Particular Reason Why a
Girl Shouldn 't Have Sports Clothes
They are, on the whole, more inexpensive-they're a good deal more charming than just
usual tailored things-and they are precisely the sort of thing that belong on a college
5 o'clock-Prof. F. W. Ferguson
s in Natural Science auditorium
freshmen members of the Clas.
club meet at 7 o'clock tonight in
103 University hall..
ilor lit baseball team practices
30 o'clock today on south Ferry
-medics will drill at 4:45 o'clock
in front of the Medical building.
sh engineers who are taking the1
course will report at 4:05 o'clock
on South University near the
.cing classes and private lessons
This season's skirts strike a quite new
note-they are really the important part of
the most stunning costume of the year-
silk blouse and silk skirt.
Of Khaki Kool-in the dainty new oyster
white shade-or of rajah in natural-they
have printings of all sorts of gorgeousness
-everything, in fact, from gay Futurist
patterns to the colorful Japanese.
The more conservative sort are of crisp
taffeta-blue, dark green or black-with
stripes and plaids of beautifully combined
And they are priced from $10 to $25.
to harmonize with clothes of this port:
Plain white Georgette crepe collars at $1
Sheer organdie ones at 50c-and
Crepe de chine Windsor ties at 50c.
are of heavy crepe de chine-white, flesh, or
in the pastel tints. A few are of pussy wil-
low taffeta-and, as part of the slightly
more elaborate sports costume one may
wear a simple Georgette crepe blouse.
$5 to $10.
Then there are pongee smocks-exceed-
ingly practical because they launder well-
and middies of many kinds., $150 to $3.98.
are of a new material like a close basket
weave cloth--in peacock blue or dull green
or gray-with embroidery in vivid color
And then there are the attractive soft
wool jersey sports suits-in bright green,
rose, old blue and old gold. $25 and $30.
Botanical Club to Meet Tonight
The regular meeting of the Botanical
Journal club will be held at 7:30
o'clock tonight in room 173 of the
Natural Science building.
Frieda Cobb, grad, will give a re-
port on papers by Castle, and Mac-
Dowell on "Piebald Rats and Selec-
tion." There will also be a symposium
on "Botany and National Prepared-
ness." Short reports will be given by
other members of the club.