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"SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1923.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

. ""'W' 11 -- PAGE F

FRESHMEIN TO HOL
SMO KER AT UNtO

O be held in the assembly hall of the? string trio will provi'de music at the
U~nlen at. 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night, smoker. Refreshments will be pro-
The smoker vq being s jovsored by theI vided.
Union freshman activities committee. I Following the smoker, the mem-I
RIThe Freshman Glee club will ap-? bers of the different freshman groups;
pear at the smoker with a group of will adjourn to different rooms where
songs. A fencing bout between mein- -.fPlans will be formulated for the
bers of Doctor George. A. :Nay's spe- starting of an all-freshman basket
l11 chkilly coached teams will also he ius- ball tourney. Teams will probably

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E-'ng. '27F,, and Horui irxr, t27, IV
Ad(Iress Yearling Gathbering
Tuesday Night,

RE, ONGWiDRTH MAKES
APPEA LFoR HAMONU
Wash~ington, Nov. 24.--Appea ling
for harmony among Republican mem-
bers of the house, Representative
Longworth of Ohio who is a candidate
for Republican leader declaredi in a
letter made public today that a lack
of team work would enable the Demno-'
crats to do what they pleased.
The 'comlmunication addressed ,.to
house Republicans called attention to
the party's "slender majority" in the
next house and emphasized that Re-

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eu as a means of entertainment.
Sneakers for the smoker will he

-! Thomas King, '27E, president of the
L' fi :V-CLASS A('TkVITIE.S freshman engineer ing class, a-id Theo-
I,~A'N1'ED BT CWi LMTTEEME T dore Harnburger, '27, president of the
freshman literary class. The class
Freshmen from. all colleges of the ' presidents will address the members
University will gather in an annual of the yearling classes on subjects
al-reha Un'on smnoker' that will not 'yet announced. Victor"Del' Valle's

periods set. The tournament will
start within a week.
Each group will also organize a
vaudeville, act at this time. An all-
freshman' vaudeville tournament will
sotn be staged.
Patronize The Daily Advertis;er S.

publican success at the polls next' nnrni ium. The sale will allow Universi
reodof the Congress soon to mee"t," TICKET. ference over any others except Ui
and that the "main theatre of polio; al i LErTl rri l;l members.
activity will be the House of 3;e1rcb I I n Ijfl1 The general ticket sales at tl
sentatives in which mos3t important Iu UU Whitney theater will not open unt
pieces of legislation must originate. --- Friday., It was previously announ
Referring to the contest which has1 A general box:( fece sale of tickets ed that the sale would open Thursda
developed between him and Repre- I to the eighteenth annual Union opera, but as this is Thanksgiving, it willl
sentative Grahamn of Illinois, for lead-! "Cotton Stocking,,,, which will play impossible to sell any tickets befog
er, Mr. Loung A.vorth (le,_, rA he was in the week of Dec. ,3 at the Whitney Friday. The, sale at the Whitney thi
the, tfight, to .stay, altlhough he had I theater will be held from 2, to > o'clock ater wl last unitil the show is ende
hoped the question, together with oth- Tuesday at the main des', of the Un- and it will be open to anyone.
ers ;relating .to~ holuse organization, ion. The sale will be openf to men -=-
might 'be determinted "by sub~stantial bens of the Union only. Vassar College authorities are cc:
uhnaninity. :I A general sale of tickets fr w vo-sidering the establishment of a Be
-- - ! men of the University ill11 he held arate department of education. {
lIt's trii3 'efficiency to q'se DailyI Wednesday afternoon at the same' Vassar graduates working for a li,
Classifieds.-Adv. hour at the bo:- offic ofI- auditor- 1 ink 43 per cent are teach ers.

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STARTING TODAY

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STARTING SUN DAY

Among the Thousand's f otion Pictures Produced, any RistoheL
of Good Pictures,BtOnyaewacth innacle of Greatness

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WHEN THE LIGHTS IN THE MAESTIC ARE LOWERED TODAY THERE
WILL UNFOLD ON THE SCREEN A TRULY GREAT PHOT'OPLAY.

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limits of the spoken stage have been exceeded i n the film.

telligent direction' and the gorgeous settings make it a vital, gripping play that holds one tense.
Oriental luxury and exotic appeal-a cli max that is as satisfying as it is dramatic.

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