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WEDNESDAY,, OCTOBER 14,-1925
5.G. 1TOCNIU
FR~ODSCUSSIONS

THE MICHIGAN DAILY 1'GETHE

LA4BOR FEDERATION HAS "ISOLATION" POLICY

Committee

in Charge Has Seemred

Honor Society Is
Host At Smoker
Scalp and Blade, 'organization of
Iuffalo men, entertained at a smok-
er for all Buffalo students last night
in the Union. Sixty men were pres-
ent. Harry E. Colburn, '26, president
of the organization, gave a speech of
welcome to members and guests.
Rershet and music were furn-

.AIur

Yearling GroupsI
ALL FRESHMEN INVITED
As continuation of the policy begun
four years ago, the S. C. A. will con-
~duct discussion groups for freshmenf
four nights a week at Lane hall, ac-

DETROIT THEATRES
THIS WEEK

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cordin~g to Richard Freyberg, '2£3,
chairman of the committee. For the
next six weeks, on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday evenings,
there will be two discussion groups
held, one from 7 to 8 o'clock and thef
other from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock.
The work began last Monday when
letters were sent out-to all freshmen
who attended the freshman banquet
on Oct. 2, urging them to form the
nucleus of the discussion groups about
to be formed. All freshmen on the
/campus arc invited to membership inI
' the various groups and should prick the
time which, is most convenient forl
them to attend.
:Discussions on subjects most akin
to undergraduate university life will
be led by upperclass men and faculty
members who arc most conversant
with the conditions as they exist at
Michigan. Such topics as campus tra-
ditions,- customs and the mechanics
&nd aims of camps activities will be'
among those discussed at the group
meetings.
Already nearly 20 leaders have been
secured by the committee to lead the
groups andl among them are number-
ed most of the leaders of campus ac-
tivities and the younger faculty inem-
hers. Such men as Ralph Harlan,
of the public speaking department, and
'lloward McClusky of the psychology
department, will be designated by the
chairman to help the incoming sim.-
dents solve their problems.
BILLAD EXPERTS INill

Bonstel1e Playhouse N o u
75c to $1.50
Woodward at Eliot Sat. Mats. $1 to $2
ENG(;AGEM~jr',T EXTRAORDINARY
CALAS; L.WAGNER Presents
SIDNEY DLAC$MER
In Saatini's Ametican Romnaice
"'TGIE CAROLINIAN"
with Marth Bryan Allen
Ee.- 50c~to $.5
G~~Wd ARIKWI.Mat. 58c t$1.50
Sat. Mat. fS o $2.10
24th Big Week ..
THE MIRACLE PLAY OF AMERICA
ANNE NICHOLS'
AIlE'S IRIS H R SE
Slit IT! You Will Fvantuallyt
wBY Nor NOWK?
SEATS NOW fo:" Thic and Next Week.
13chuheIrfoLafayetyete ahahat cShelby
Schubrt LIQJUIU iarga in. Mat.,

a.._ d. _ _ __

For another year, at least, American Federation of Labor wil maint
be a Marty to nilans for a world labor federation, as a result of action of
tic City. Photo shows executive committee of federation expressing its vi(
English and Mexican labor unions. W illiam Green, president is indIicated by

.am its policy of "isolation" and not

a

Seeing

is believing-

Y ou proba ply rever efore thou-lit
that laundry could be done so we l and
so promptly. Your things are returned
in perfect cox~diiion----sofie and clean.

- uuw ~g t es 1i anm al session a t iAtlan- Thur sd~ay, bet ! oats, 2. Sat. M at., ac to ~2~o 0
.ews to representatives fromn German, Tr), Cadillac, 870 '''
v throw.The STUDENT "PRINCEI
The Whole Town's Going!n
tIOwR HURON, Oct. 1 .---Four suits nompany of iso. Great Male lIioriis of 6-..
aggregating $419,000 will be startedl in -
- (irruit court here. against tile West- il .11 i
(-u oil and Gas companiy, Marine City, p
7n behalf of two dead( andI two inl PHIL DIAMOND
,a el o i lzxl ;o fker osene at Now Booking
{_______ ORCHESTRAS
For
I n a rrn ohs 2u% C I' FOOTBALL 1)ATES
~l'~)l~l ~ I ~ Make Reservations Early
; 17 N.Vrlh m iAv. Ph~one21212 LI

201 :N. MAiN.

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MEET CAMPUS CHAMPION L'

ro w .:

* ;

Sehueffer and Iloppe Will Match Skill
in Exhibition P~erformance
Word was received at the Union to-
day that Jake Schaeffer, world's bil-I
Willie Hoppe, former champion, havef
agreed to meet the winner and run- CAN ONLY BF,
ner-up of the all-campus billiardtor
in an exhibition match here. Schaeffer T
and Hoppe will play atr the Uinn
the afternoon and evening of Wednes- T L
cushion exhibitions which will be fol-
lowed by -the match with the campusJ
champion and runnerup. r t, fi n)41
)The all-campus tournament will bec
straight rail, elimination play. En=- AS WE PRINT
tries are now bieing received at the!ii
billiard desk from all student re-$- n i tri eso h no yLoTbn 2,
chairman of the billiard committee. ub 11irl
A large number has already been filed
andeidnteilltudanternoon.bee
anivd enreulcntilStraafnoon.ber-
tournament will run from Saturday
until Oct. 28. nAl
Schaeffer and Hoppe gave an exhibi- T e o
tion at the Union two years ago when G te
chief contender for the crown. The q}5Sb mi.'13tA o 6e er tt esstons
exhibition this year will be given. 1in11
will asbelrovidedhfre p ettr.1 .U i. n Dalhers1 8
thl e apsemlydhal wr se lacs haes 7 1N nv. n lo Da 12
fer will oppose the campus champion~
and Hioppe the runner-up in the pro- (__,,,,"""®", ",,". " a-rai*-"r J

"05.TABL'5SHED I80
Our Representative will be at the
H-OTEL STATLER
Detroit

f,

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on the following days
during the coming season
with Sapnples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
October 19, 20, 21I
November 23, 24, 25
December 14, 15, 16

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1BOi'S-T ON"
LITTLE 1BUILDING
TRrMOW.T COR. BSOYLS-roM

PALM BEACH
PLAZA SUMLDING
CO0U NTy R OA D

NEWPORT
AUDRAIN BUILDIN4G
220 B :LiLcvusAverpu

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-fessional-amateur match.
London is in the path of a glacier,
which may cover the city many years
-hence, according to Prof. C. Spearman
j-of England.

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It Is Noj A Bibical S~etory!
The mnaagehiient desires to impress al that this~ is not a
preachmnent or a sermon. But positively is the greatest attemipt
of the industry to offer you a tremendous production more
thrillingly portrayed, more realistic in creation thian zany 9
attraction offered heretofore.I
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Screen
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MAIINEES 3:30

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LAST TIMES TODAY

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Cecil 8.Dc illes oic"o
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Story by
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Keith.
Taudeville
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"FASCINAT'ING' FEiWINTE
FANCIES"
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Paul Barnard
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