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WVEDNESDAY, NOV1"TNDER 18, 1,925

fl-IE MICHIGAN -DAILY

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/ P1 DJIIINON- PICTUrES HELP UNITED

FIRST TEA.MLES S OENLINER

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LIVERPOOL4, Eng--Aerica i :Q,11V 0 .tj~il t P181
-l rlyconlquerinlg the 0world . Not 1l 1~ 1iS100) nAm 1-
'Fo ( T ive Three Addresses! Germany sought to do it, nor aEnhgr- eh) }(,t hold11O< 10( the
li~ iljcs oBsns andl withi her mercantile marine car (( th~ai. 'a X Zeaandsh is a
t~iySitet ying her commercial prestige to cv O gn1 1 r1g,' 2 hC ta ol
cry part on the globe. 1)tai(;c III Oil i liv-i . iIaia.The
FIRS'I' TALK ~''~~'IO*(1V t But in place of Bismiarck for G 8A10UeOhdl olan hi h
the BrtishTmpKreTtheORROWt -SL s'o i'th of lrimy'was not 0c1lebratedl in
many and the commercial captains of . ,
thBiismpr,_heUitdS(res!Ci'et BIr it a i.
Dri.' W. M. Leiserson, who holds the hsCiali haln.Trogrhr, z" 1 Asra ~Also
pr ition of impartial chairman in the ' movies, she is Americanizing the!An / u irai<arprsnttv con-
clothIing inarke s of Chicago and Bal- worldfre ocsamis. Practically >
ftucre, and who is the final judge of In a little home in northern TLug- e ;e:Vy ilni 5 iOW n Iin that country3-
disputes arising Between employers in :land-a horny where there are no now ±'( P '<rY,_' ijsAme1ricanr made.
the clothing industry and the Amalga- hooks and no papers, not even a tele-; Sy,n , %ii a -to? lation of more
mated Clothing Workers of America, 'phone-two American travelers were ban 0 Th. iliof, in lmst Wholly Am1-
dil(eliver a series of three lectures stopping, and the first question pintit 're l ,an( aten the customisY
to students i the business policy to them by a young lad in the houser, h u i t'.5rte la hs
course in the S ' ihood of Business Ad- !was this: l 1 I1. do >factor momo eim3pOr - >M
ministration. "Have you ever met Torn Mix?" ant as }1 c-use of this tian the movie.
Ninetvy-fi l: cetoth li5
The first of this series, which will reaches Anerican Cusieins i P C o hefim
ordsifh ini C 1 otBritain, 99 Per teonl Woldsfirst steamless trartlsatlan tic
be delivered toniorrow, as a portion It developed that this. young Brit- ~tlS hw nteBiihepr
of the business policy course, is en- ish boy, whose schooling had ended: are ( aerican origi. ry'ti ratio is fialtl l voyage, fromn Swedlen to New Yi
title d , " P la n n in g L a b o r R e la tio n s )J w h e n h e w a s y e t sc a rc e ly o ld e n o u g h 1n e a rly Ith e s ein e fo r Tra n c e , Ita ly , j p iro p elle d b y D ie se l e ni nr e s. It h a s staPl c .O n D. 3 , h s u b e t w l ' t oe a, c u d n m eo t ofh e S rc c , E l n l - ia d ,e l w r s( al v t r A a-
be, "I-low to Deal with a Union-the states in, the Union, was intimately; Me ico Prii, Argentine, Brazil, and -
S- - -° - -°-Technique of Successful Bargaining",Ifamiliar with the larger cities of Amn-'Jpn meia houhte(.lill py , i'SII''17 ~
1 aa.Ae~ctruhtec*ea A '1I1and on Dec. 10, lie will speak on ; erica, could relate vivid instances of h«:7sa bet t~r cohanee of inlpressing
"What Employers Can Do About Un- the Civil war and the days of the herself uinon the rest of the world -- -- I
emlyen. "Forty- niner s," knew many of the Am-; than did aen tih alchs-amis.
emlyet".~rican customs which d(iffered from.
In addition to his duties as the !im-i bjc
artil cairan n lbordisute inthe English, and had a general though I ~~4bef
parialcharma i laor isptesinsomewhat erroneous conception of IBz t the rest of the world isoh
the clothing industry, Dr. Leiserson is Uie ttsgorpy obos e~~n iei fls hys
head of the economics department of Untd Sae.ega h .<ob o s etn . A erc n fl s h y s y
Antioc h college, Ylo pigOi scant schooling,-but he was a re gu- are tha) greatest to aveling salesmn(.
Heitloteathro U po ar patron of the Northallerton pie- aycountry ever had. They introdlue
tures-asothouse. o "Uemlo- nallead to the sale of a constant r G
mentin he Sateof ew Yrk"and The American travelers became in- g(cater volume of goods of all kindos
t"jsigteImgattInu-A This latter book is the best of students from the British colonies'} lin. Huh wDl. Mc Into;sh, whlo is >
study of the problem of immigrants was being held, and inquiries here eading_ a camp: ignn to conllbat the
inte nutra dl.proved that in all parts of the world Amei can TiiCvt monopoly, speaks of0
Dr. Leiserson also contributes fre- America is instilling her ideas, cus-; "thle netessity 1for str'ong action to1 i
quently to magazines articles on in- toIns, and concepts into the minds of i sii htile Amlerican str angle-hold 't
dustrild problems. In the September , people through the media of movies, ithiroughIout the empire, and to dispel
issue of the Atlantic Monthly, Dr. Lei- "The average New Zealandler," saidI the sinister and liernricious influencesC I M r
serso i discussed labor troubles under a representative of -that country, ; f thiese filmrr" whlichi, as he says, are
thetie, Prblms oranImprtal"knows nearly as much about the Un- (Continued on Page Seven)
Chirtuan-Frome the Docket of an In -_______
dutilJudge." In this article- Dr.-
Leiserson relates some of the prob- lok
lems ihich he has to judge,, and from
his experiences, he points out this
fact, which seems to be rarely seen wt
in these days of labor disputes: "How- R ~ta fotq g

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liner is being prepared for its
4:. S. S. V ripsholm, 23,500 tons, is
2kas you see, but they are dum-
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ever Uiter theLc .OniLi1cLs between ern -
ployei's and wage-earners, I have
found it rare i'ndeed that anyone con-
cerned in them consciously wanted to
do the wrong or unjust thing. TheI
conflicts came because it is so difficult 1
to tell what is right in these indus-~
trial affairs. The standards by which
employers, managers, wage-earners,
investors, and consumers measure in-
dustrial justice are not the same. And
until a common standard is attained,:
none of us can be sure that he, knows
whiat is right and wrong in labor re-
lations. But out of the hundreds of
disputes decided every day in many of
our industries, a common standard of l
industr'ial justice is slowly being~
achie'vted."
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