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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926
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European Attitude F
Bitter To U. S.--Wise
In a recent interview, Rabbi Ste-
phen A. Wise, who has just returnedt
from abroad, stated that Europe's at- Z
titude toward the U. S. is now ex-
tremely bitter. Through the prostra-t
tion of their lands, such countries as
Greece, Spain, and Italy have beenI
driven to despots and dictators. All
the while, America retains a position4l
of indifference to the status of theset
countries, he pointed out.l
The grave dlanger of America as-,
suming the role of dictator to E;uro-j
pean countries in such condition 1
seems to present itself, as a perma-,
nent menace. Such circumstances
would compel uts to take part in the
shaping the destinies of nations. Be-1
cause of, this, there is growing in
Europe a league of deepening resent-;
ment against the people of America.1
The present urge in the United

REC TORS DEFEND
FACULTY BOARD
(By Associated Press)
ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 13.-The rec-
tors and alumni of Carleton college,
North~field, Minnesota, defended the
school against the charges that its1
teachings were "anti-Christian." 1
The charges, made by Dr. W. E.
Riley, pastor of the First Baptist
church in Minneapolis, prompted ap-
poinltment of an investigating commit-
tee at the state Baptist convention inI
Rochester yesterday.
Reverend Riley charged that the
school is "rankly liberal," that many
of its faculty members believe in
evohftion and that the professors do
not teach that the bible is errorless.
States seems to be a clamor for the
Ie;ti1 iii c nations of Europe to pay,
and not fidelity to the highest tradi-
tion2 of American generosity and
,Dobll ies, , the rabbi indicated.

Friday Night-Date at
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TISHA'S PLAYHOUSE
And You Won't Miss I

I Matinee
2:00-3:35
lOc 35c

NightiI
7 :00-8 :35 I
1Oc 35c 50

- SOON -
A ke-llelease of the Picture That Placed
Ill s ae inl the 1I~tihl of Fanme.
in "THE TRAP"

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What's a Watch Without a Crystal?
We have on hand a stock of watch
crystals which is so complete that we.
can guarantee a fit for any make of
r watch.
The Watch Shop
IAl)W. CLARK
South I'n i versit~y ije i" ChIurch St. Wi'th 1)ettllng

W rm1 1 IFIN fyTHE'ATRE
Monday, October 18
T RIUF ., LTRANS -CONTINEN4TAL TOUR
in His Overwhelming Succesr
"'THE I AIA1 N
A Flaming Stunning Story
of London, Cairo and the Egyptian 1D0ert
by The Author of "The Hindu"
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Encelose Self Addressed Envelope.

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4, w The Queen of Monte Carlo and an'
Amateur Jimmy Valentine-Now See
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Wolverine Cafe
COME IN AND TRY OUR DE-
LICIOUS GOLDEN - BROWN
WAFFLES AFTER THE SHOW.
WE ARE {OPEN TO SERVE
YOU ANY TIME, DAY OR
NIGHT.
329 S. Main St. Opposite Wuei th Theatre

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Special Children's edGrange, atinee,
I SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16TH

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Mums for
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House Decorations
Our large stock of Mumns
is now just at its best.
We have them ready for
decorating for your house
da~nce.

OPEN I 3 _o;SHOW
DOORS.O3a. . STARTS
Dad Will Want You to See It-Ask Him

11 a. m.

PRICES FOR '[TlS SHOW ONLYPRCSItNG1EWR
ChlrnAuts SHOWING STARTING SUNDA'Y
All SeatsFORIL 11DREN
All Seats AlWeasSiNIDAy :MATIN EE AND NIGIIlTS24c
I Oc 35c ,EL I1IRJUMATINEE'S.. J50-
! ALL C'I~IUC)IEN ATTE~NDING ']HIS MAT(INFE WILL RECEIVE A RED
Fr o, , GANGLECN BAR WITH A 'Ihf)TOGR(:AVI FEYD 1OING IllS STUFF
(NOTE-T9IlLIS IS NOT A SAMPLE PACKAGE)
Feery Boy and Girl Should Be I=Here Saturday.Mornjng
COME EARLY

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"Wear a Muni at the Game!"

Ma lyIlloliuellis E5 1llrut l .r_- lilt above all-the uuost tbrilling and
4 uh ; yu ind tndUC( j9'ilaa p i a generationi of pictures! IL

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