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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Heads Drive

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TALK HERE SUNDA Y
"Iaekhind, Called "Fighting Parson of
West," to Spe~ak on Allying
Labor and Learning
TO LEAD OPEN FORUM

meeting are those of the University
of Michigan, Akron, Cincinnati,
Cleveland, Columbus, Erie, Midland
(Michigan), Pittsburgh, and Toledo.
Leaving Ann. Arbor yesterday, Pro-
fessor Badger intended to spend the'
afternoon at the plant of the Cana-I
dian Salt company in Windsor, On-
tario, for a consultation with that
firm's engineers concerning evapora-
tor problems.

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Present

Little Home
Laundry
E. Walker, Propr.
922 East Catherine Street
We Use Soft Water and
Pure Soap
No Alkali or Acids.

School of Dancing
Private lessons in aesthetic,
toe, ballet and modern ball
room dancing.

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INCLUDES 313 CLUBS
w York, Nov. 5.-World-wide
etion of every industry in every -
try against fraud in advertising
sales methods is the ultimate ob-
of the National Vigilance commit-
of the Associated Advertising
s of tee World, Lou E. Holland,
Ident of the association, declarede
tA statement made public here
sy.
advertising," declared Mr. Holland
the most powerful sales influence
he world. Advertisements today
*h farther than the neighborhood,
city, the state, or even the nation.
.e of them are read in many lan-
res and in almost every part of
world."
was with a view to reflecting
international growth in adver-
g that the Associated Advertis-
clubs were 'organized, according
their president. It now includes
clubs in 12 nations of the world.
What Is now,'tne National Vigi-
e committee," he continued, "we
e ultimately to develop into an In-
ational Vigilance committee, able
maintain Truth-in-Advertising
ng those firms whose field tran-
ids any one country and to co-
nate the work of the clubs in the
ous countries."
tis the aim of the organization
have an advertising club in every
e city in every country in the
d. The further end toward which
clubs are working is that of es-
ishing a Better Business Bureau
ocal vigilance committee in every
of those cities.
ion Conducts
Rooming Bureau
i order to.accommodate the large
tber of alumni who will return to
a Arbor for the Northwestern game
Saturday, a rooming bureau is be-
condated by the Union. Those
hing to secue rooms near th
pus for friends who will be in
i Arbor this week end may be di
:ed to them by this bureau.
ouseholders who have rooms to
t at this time are urged to phone
Union any afternoon this week
ween 2 and 5 o'clock and list them.
lists at the Union will give the
be and address of the householde
other information regarding th(
Its.
hnan dental students will meet
the lower amphitheater of th
ial building at 5 o'cloek 'today.
"A Better Welichgan Is
Greater Michgan"
Did you know
that the
through its Extension
Dept. sends out student
speakers to all parts of
the state.'
Prov. 26:2, "Where no wood
Is, there the fire goeth out."
i. Handy Place
Lt Noon Time

ust around the corner from
State Street on1

Dr. Gecrge S. Lackland, pastor of
Grace Community church of Denver,
jCoo., will speak on the topic "Ally-!
ing Labor with Learning" at the Uni-
versity service to be held at 7:30 o'-
clock Sunday evening in Hill audi-
torium under the auspices of the Stu-i
dent Christian association. Dr. Lack-
land will also lead the discussion at
the Open Forum meeting at 3:30 o'-!
clock Sunday afternoon in Hill audi-;

ENGISHCOMITTE TO,
MEET FOREIGN STUDENTS!
All foreign students who entered
the University this semester will
meet the committee on English for
Foreign Students at 8 o'clock tonight
in room 306 Union.
The committee on English for For-

JEANETTE KRUSZKA
JOHNSON
Studio Second Floor

ALLEY"

Always at Your Service.
We call for and deliver.

A 3elorst~aof the

Earle P. Sawyer, above, is general
chairman of the annual S. C. A. drive
for funds. His organization includes
a finance committee of six men and
eleven captains, under each of whom
are ten lieutenants. This organiza-
tion of more than 500 men expects to
raise $6,000 from the men of the cam-
pus before Friday night.

torium for all who are interested in eign Students was created by the en-
the labor question. gineering faculty last June for the ex-
Called "the fighting parson of the press purpose of .helping the foreign
West," Dr. Lackland has long made student to find and adjust himself to
an effort to reach the labor class his work in the University. Before
through his church. At present he is classifying the foreign student must
the Western representative of the go 'befote the committee, where he is
Worker's Education bureau of the examined and his ability to pursue
American Federation of Labor, a posi- engineering studies in the University
tion placing him in control of the is determined. If necessary the com-
eight Industrial Education colleges of inittee prescribes certain preparatory
Colorado. courses in English with the regular
Grace Community Church, of more engineering courses. The committee
than 1,000 members, of which he is for the present year consists of Prof.
pastor, was rated by the Federal J. Raleigh Nelson, chairman, Prof.
Council of Churches as the foremost A. C. Klocksien, Prof. H. W. King, and
in America with regard to direct con- Prof. H. H. Higbee.'
tact with organized labor.
Judge Ben Lindsey wrote of him, Paris, Nov. 5.-Gabriel Faure, coi-
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$5.00 Cash Cards, $4.50
Phone 2721-W
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Chubb House
PHONE 2022M

As the cool days of Fall are becoming fewer and
fewer, and the cold Winter days are becoming a
reality, it is time for you to start thinking about a
new heavy overcoat. We are carrying, at present,
a full line of the finely tailored and low priced
Kincaid-Kimball clothing. These coats are the
latest in style and are made of the best of materials.

-a'-----

ANN ARBOR--TOLEDO

t"He is one of the most enlightened and
courageous progressives in the coun-
BURTON'S ILLNESS NOT t ry--in or out of the church. He is a
n ulmfllsane, sensible, upstanding liberal
L VIEI ,witha message in every way patriotic
I and constructive.'
Mr. C. F. Boorom, president of the
In spite of the cancellation of.I Ann Arbor Trades council, will pro-
President Marion L. Burton's annual side at the Open Forum, while Eg-
conference with leading alumni, due bert Isbell, '26L, will introduce Dr.#
to his serious illness, the board of Lackland.
directors of the Alumni association j
will hold their fall meeting starting
at 2 o'clock Friday at the Union. I .hI *'L annRIS
It is expected that the majority of ViUE WIL dfL
the members of the board will be
resent for the annual session. IIPres- C
idet Burton's conference was allet IIEMIAL MEELITOD059
for members of the board and more
than 75 other leading alumni of the Prof. Walter L. Badger of the chem-
country. The meeting this week was ical department will present a paper
originally planned to last for two days,! on "Sone Unsolved Problems in
with alumni discussions and dinners Heat Transfer" at the first session
on the program as well as the game. of the American Chemical Society
convening today in Cleveland. The
SUPPORT THE DRIVE co-operating sections at the Cleveland

im,;r ai ir ector or the national con-
servatory Of music, is dead.
Read the Want Ads

Leave Ann Arbor, Chamber
Commerce, ,7:30 A. X., .1200
A .4: P. M.,.0P M.
Ceall 46 for Inormation.
Read the Want Ads

Priced $35-450

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119; S. Main

DELIVERY

Of those delicious barbecued meat sandwiches has been
started. Only $.10 charged for the-delivery service, which
extends from 9 P. M. to 11:30 P. M. Orders of six or
more sandwiches accepted.
THE BARBECUE INN

440 South State Street

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AT GRANGER'S
TcI for Frlday and .a;turday NIglit Dances
On Sale Now at

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BOOK SHOP VAN BOVEN, CRESS
Street & THOIMPSON
S. University Ave.
GOODYEAR DRUG CO.
MaIn St.
Procure Tickets in Advance and
Avoid Confusion at Door

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but made in good ol U. S. A. at prices you can
afford to pay. Our corduroy coats by Gordon are
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right. We show them in two shades and lined with
a blanket lining, shower proof linIng or sheep lining
with or without fur collars.
H. J. H AGEN
Out of the High Rent District.
On Ashley, between Libertyh and Washington.h
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CRANU ERS ACLENY
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.ress Uxfor ds ,

DO YOU WANT

Correct in Style

Supreme in Quality

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FOR WRITING A LETTER

Liberty

have been noted for our
)lendid Lunches
y on of hesesom

PERHAPS you can't find a church you like to go to.
WHAT is lacking that should be there?
WHAT in a church would attract your interest and make
it worth while for you?
OR WHY do you like the church you go to now?
Write a Letter of Not Over 800 Words on the Subect.
"The Church I Would Like to Find"
-Or-

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The New Plaza
$1 00,

Ay One of these some
s week. The price is
Reasonable
And you will be

day
very

"The Church I Have

Found"

This Oxford has the new broader toe and
comes in fine patent Colt or light weight Dull
Calfskin. It is one of our most popular dress
numbers.
For Sale by
PRATT and DUNN
332 State Street
Other Models on Display

pre PaueRever
.cAc
"aQthri!irn .story -of .Love ancO Pomance' ~

Pleased

The BEST letter wins $25.00
The next best wins $15.00
The third best wins $10.00

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