THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Nil EMPLOYMENT PICKwUP
UNIONS WEAKENING MARKEDLY,
Between 4,500,000 and 5,000,000 men
are out of work at the present time,
Prof. Isador Lubin of the economics
department stated in an interview yes-
terday. There has been a slight de-
crease in the number of unemployed
but this decrease Is so small that]
Labor Unions Weakening
One phase of the unemployment
situation according to Professor Lubin
is the weakening of the labor union.
Labor is no longer scarce and em-
ployers have very little difficulty in
finding men who are willing to work
at a lower wage, if they have any
difficulty with organized labor. The
unions are further weakened by s
failure to collect their dues from
members. Many of their members are
out of wort; or are only working part
time. artd they have no money with
which to pay these fees.
Belong to Two Trades
"A recent announcement of the
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war e .pick-up in the labor situation until in ono trade to do the work belonging
lops =spring," said Professor Lubin, in dis- to another trade. This is expected to
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(By Maurice Berman)
Madge Kennedy's recent visit to Ann1
Arbor presenting a comedy-drama in
person brings up one's curiosity as to
why so many of the screen stars Pave
lately returned to the legitimate stage.
One wonders if some of the greatest,
celebrities of the screen are tiring of
posing for the cinema, and if the
future will see a still greater exodus
of stars from the photoplay back to the
When Miss Kennedy was questioned
about this, she was so enthusiastic in
talking of both the screen and the
stage that one could see that she would
not care to permanently abandon
either one. She says she expects to
return to making photoplays shortly,
but was careful to say, with an assur-
-ng smile, 'I shall never again stay
away from the legitimate stage for
two years as I did during my last
period of work in the movies."
Many Devices on Stage
"The stage is like a big oil por-
trait, while the photopiay may be com-
oared to a miniature work of art," she
explained. "One can make use of so
many devices on the stage that are
useless on the screen. Then too, you
have an entirely different viewpoint
on the stage. When making a photo-
play you are allowed to see the scenes
exhibited ater you have made them, so
that you get an idea of what you are
trying to do. This is a substitute for
Miss Kennedy seemed to think that
if ono stayed away from the stage too
long she would lose a certain amount
of "personal.contact" that an actress
should have. It may be that this idea
is general among the actresses and
actors returning to the stage.
Asked if the constant appearance
before the camera was not monoton-
ous, she replied that she did not mind
it, but she did not like the rehearsals
-she could only 'do them half-heart-
edly, she explained.
She is an actress off the stage as
well as on, and as. she talked on in-
ormally, one was more attracted by
her impressive smiles and gestures
than with the subject matter of her
sentences, interesting as they were.
One little wonders that she has be-
come so admired by the public after
chatting with her for awhile. Delight-
ful on the screen, exquisite on the
stage, and charming to chat with per-
sonally, one can say that she has a
winning personality in the truest sense
of the word. *
CABARET SUPPER TO BE HELD
DEC. 14 BY GUN AND BLADE
The Gun and Blade clube will give a
cabaret supper Dec. 14 at the Michigan
cafeteria. A lively program has been
planned, and a dance orchestra has
already been secured for the evening.
The chaperons are: Dr. Hugh M. Beebe
and Mrs. Beebe, Dr. L. P. Hall and
Mrs. Hall, and Prof. Wilbur R. Humph-
reys and Mrs. Humphreys.
All members of the club are expect-
ed to be present, and may bring their
ALUNNUAE TO GIVE BRIDGE
PARTY FOR WOMEN'S FUND
Funds for the new women's build-
ing will be further aided by a bridge
party to be given by the Ann Arbor
alumnae of the Alpha Chi Omega sor-
ority at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday after-
noon, Dec. 7, at the sorority house,
1004 Olivia. The afternoon will be
spent in playing bridge and five hund-
red for which several prizes will be
Twelve tables have already been re-
served. Places may be had by calling
Catherine Coburg 742-R.
Educational Club Initiates 29 Girls
Bernice Bunker, '22, president of the,
Girls'_Educational club welcomed 29
initiates at 8 o'clock Wednesday even-
t ing in the blue room of Martha Coolc
building. Hope Stoddard, '23, gave a.
- violin selection.
In addition to the new members
whose names have been published the
- following girls were elected: Rita
Beebe, '22, Clara Sellers, '22, Harriet
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TODAY - MONDAY-- TUESDAY
Katherine MacDonald's offer is to
all aviators except those who appear
in "Stranger Than Fiction."
"Universal" Xmas Gift Number.
Christmas 21 Days Away
A fight on the wing of a speeding-.
plane 5,000 feet in the air.
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leap from one plane and hauled
to safety on another.
disappointed in getting what you most
desire to give.
"UNIVERSAL" gifts are particular-
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