THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ten members of the University
faculty are taking part in the
44th annual Michigan Welfare
Conference which began yesterday
and will continue through tomor-
row in Detroit.
The theme of the Conference,
sponsored by the Michigan Wel-
fare League, is "Social Welfare
Problems in the Space Age."
At yesterday's session, Prof.
Wilbur Cohen of the School of
Social Work, and Prof. Robert C.
Angell of the sociology depart-
Prof. Fedele F. Fauri, dean of
the School of Social Work, Prof.
Clarice Freud, also of the social
work school, and Prof. Wallace W.
Tourtellotte of the neurology de-
partment, participated in open
Brazer to Speak
Today, Prof. Harvey E. Brazer
of the economics department, re-
search associate of the Institute
of Public .Administration and
head of the research group study-
ing Michigan's economy and tax
structure, will speak.
Prof. Freud will preside over a
business meeting of the Michigan
Youth Commission to plan Michi-
gan's role in the 1960 White
House Conference for Children
Prof. Howard Y. McCluskey of
the education school, consultant
in Comnunity Adult Education
for the University Extension Serv-
ice, wrill' speak at a follow-up
meeting of the group on "The Im-
pact of Rural Planning on Social
Chairs Hospital Institute
Tomorrow, Prof. Katherine P.
Cavell of the school of social
work, director of Social Service at
University' Hospital, will chair an
institute on "The Hospital as a
Community Agency." Dr. David
G, Dickinson, director of the polio
ter, and members of the staff will
form the panel.
Prof. Edwin J. Thomas of the
School of Social Work will speak
at an institute on "Concepts and
Theories of Role as Applied to
Social Work Practice."
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THOMAS MANN'S intimate story
"A TALE OF TWO CITIES"
School Adds Buildings;
Students Develop Spirit
While the University is tearing
down its old buildings, the exten-
sion at Flint College is expand-
ing, and new buildings are going
up every day.
At present there are five build-
ings, all less than five years old,
Democratic Governor G. Men-
nen Williams and Paul D. Bag-
well, Republican candidate for the
gubernatorial pst will oppose each
other in a debate at 7:30 p.m. to-
day on WWJ-TV, Detroit.
"The debate is the culmination
of long Republican efforts to get
Williams to debate any Republi-
can," Bill Lacey, Grad., president
of the Young Republicans, said.
The debate will commemorate
the 100th anniversary of the Lin-
coln-Douglas Debate, Lacey said.
which house the Flint College of
the University and Flint Junior
The colleges are set in a quiet
residential area with no restau-
rants, stores or other business es-
tablishmehts closely surrounding.
Just north of the colleges, across a
creek are located a new public
library, art center, planetarium,
and theatre, all for the use of the
Flint College students.
Parking problems are absent, as
is evidenced by the rows and rows
of autos parked in the two large
parking lots in front of the
schools, just off the main street.
Although the Flint College is
small in size and numbers, it is
developing a great college spirit
and is adopting many of the Uni-
There is now a campaign under
way to learn the alma mater,
"The Yellow and Blue," and the
Student Government Council has
promised a severe penalty to those
students who fail to learn it.
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