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THE' MICHIGAN .DAIL'Y

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WELFARE WORKERS
WILL HOLD THREEI
DAY SESSION HERE
Dr. Ruthven to Greet Delegates
to Michigan State-wide
Conference.
SOCIOLOGISTS TO SPEAK
Psycopathic Clinic "Will be Held
by Dr. Albert Barrett
for Delegates. l
Social workers from all over theI
? state will gather in Ann Arbor nextIC
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, I
Nov. 5,. 6, and 7, when the Michigan I
state conference of social work
holds the sessions of its eighteenth
annual meeting in the League build-
ing here.
The program for Nov. 5 includes
a dinner meeting at 6 o'clock that
night, as well as an opening general
session to be held in the League
ballroom at 8 o'clock. President
Alexander G. Ruthven will formally
1 welcome the delegates at this gath-
ering, while Sanford Bates, director
of the bureau of federal prisons, will
give the principal address on the
subject, "The New Program of the
Federal Government for Pritsons,
Probaions, and Parole."
Plan Luncheon Meetings.
A busy day is scheduled for the
v isitors on Thursday, Nov. 6. At 9
o'clock Thursday morning the con-
ference will split up into five insti-
tutes for discussion groups on vari-
ous social subjects, which will be
followed at 12:15 by seven luncheon
Imeetings of groups having special
Jinterests in the whole social field.
Two members 'of the University so-
ciology department faculty will serve
as leaders of two of these meetings.
They are Prof. Arthur E. Wood, who
will supervise one group in a discus-
sion of "Training for Social Work,"
IIand Prof. L. J. Carr, who will lead
another discussion on "Unemnploy-
menit."
Another associate of the -Univer-
sity will take part in the: afternoon's
program. Dr. Albert M. Barrett, di-
rector of the state psychopathic
hospital here, will conduct a psy-
chiatric clinic for the delegates
from 3 to 5 o'clock Thursday after-
mfoon.
Dr. Williams. to Talk.
Following dinner meetings at 6:15
o'clock, another general session will
be held in the ballroom. Dr. Frank-
wood E. Williams, medical director
of the New York City national com-
mittee for mental hygiene, and Dr.
Marion E. Kenworthy, director of
the department of psychiatric social
service, New York school of social
work, will speak.
After more group meetings Fri-
day morning, the annual business
meeting at 12:15 o'clock, and after-
noon round table discussions, the
convention will adjourn Friday aft-
ernoon, Nov. 7, and the delegates
will leave for the Wayne county
training school at Northville, for the
Spurpose of inspecting that institu-
tion.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-
The traffic problem on this campus
is rapidly becoming acute. It is
estimated that more classes are cut
and missed because of lack of
parking space than any other
cause.
DELICIOUS
COFFEE

AND
TOASTED
SANDWICHES
Downtown
You Can Get Them
Only At
loRE KETE'S
SUGAR BOWL
109 South Main
CADY ICE CREAM

RESCUE WORKERS SEEK TO FREE 2'9 ENTOMBED RfIP iPI RI 111111111
MINERS FROM DEATH AT M'ALESTER, 'OKLAHOMA II~IIiIfLIII
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Gloves ,$2

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8500 Graduates to See Varsity
Play on Soldiers Field
November 8.
More than 8,500 alumni wvili in-
vade Boston next week for the first
football game which the Varsity
has played on Soldiers' field, Cam-
bridge, since 1914. T. Hawley Tapp-
ing, general1 secretary of the1
Alumni association, stated yester-
day.
The alumni rooting section wilP.
include by far the largest number
of graduates of the University tocI
attend an eastern game. The 6,000
tickets originally applied for by
Fielding H. Yost, director of ath-1
letics, -,;ere exhausted two week;.
ago.
Followving a plea for more ticket.,
from Harry Tillotson, busines.,
manager of the athletic association,
Harvard officials offered 2,500 addi-
tional seats to Michigan alumni.
This supply was exhausted several
days ago, and since then it has
been impossible to obtain seats in
the special section for alumni who
Ihave been late in requesting tickets.
A special train out of Ann Arbor
fand Detroit next Thursday will
carry the Varsity band,. team, and

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Silk Hose, 50c, $1.00

Ties, $1.10, $1.50

Rescue workers are shown seeking to free 29 entombed miners in the No. 4 mine of the Samples Coal

THEY'RE LOWER PRICED

company, McAlester, Okla.

ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEES

CONCERTS PLANNED
BY MUSIC SCHOOL

"Lord Rochester Clothes"~
Lower priced than ever, before but the
same high standard, styled for College
Men.
There is a big difference between ordi-
nary clothes and clothes sold by Cor-.
bett. Do not let price deceive you.
New shades of brown and blue suits

COMMUNITY FUND
DRIVE NEARS END .
Progress Luncheon to be Held
at Noon Today.
The second progress luncheon of
officials, team leaders and workers'
in the Community Fund's dritve willM
be held at noon Touday in the Cham-
ber of Commerce building.
A statement issued yesterday by
Miss Edith Owen, executive secre-
tary, said that a preliminary check-
up revealed that between $28,000
and $29,000 had been raised. The
amount sought by the Communi'ty
Fund is $62,000.
A third luncheon will be held
Monday, and a final report made at
that time. The campaign, which
opened last Sunday, will close this
week-end.
T C o s r c Se esConstruction of a 120-foot storm 1
sewer in an alley between Wash-
ington and Huron streets, has beenj
started, it was stated yesterday at
the city engineer's office. The con-
struction of a second storm sewer
from Depot to Beakes street on N.]
Fourth, avenue, will be started to-
day.
Completion of a sanitary sewer
near the University power plant has
been completed, the city engineer
said.
Auction Is Held
At the Red Arrow auctions, held
Wednesday night at the Michigan
theatre, more than $38,000 in Red
Arrow money was paid for mer-
chandise put up for sale by Ann
Arbor merchants, officials of the
Red Arrow club said. The actual

value of the merchandise w;
mated at slightly more than
Patronizers of merchants
ing to the Red Arrow club a]
Red Arrow money to the am
every purchase, officials exi
and with this money bid o
cles put up each month by
Mmerchants for an auction7
the Michigan theatre.
Prof. Craig Con fe
With StateO01%
In order that he might e,
the new forest fire fighting
atus developed by the state
ment of conservation, Prof.
Craig has gone to Lansing1
fer with state officials in
iof the new machine, it u
nounced yesterday.
Because of the continued d
this past summer and of
most primitive methods
fighting used heretofore, ac
need has been felt for an
tus of this kind. If the rr
is found to be practical, it i
put in use throughout the

asesY alumni who will attend the national
'as es0t Symphony Orchestra Will Give Michigan alumni dinner scheduled
belong-0. Two Radii' Broadcasts for the night of Nov. 7.
belogive This Month. A D ILL A
reoun ofWthtoNadobradatssce-LTU E TS FO U
Lanedof u ied fo raeionthrofcsNovceberDE TO U
plned art- eadafonrteotkefplacemer Janwllbthfouofdbe
25 lot-dal cmber tehoepceerlyof Jp~attntiatthe ecndstudentuin-
he cl ateSymhoyer h chooraofrheasigtenation at forumetonbesheldnati3:30
heldat ymphny rchstraidsreh an o cloSnayornmto helpper3room
alos dil n rdr oprsn at Lane hall under the auspices of'
interesting and varied program at i the international committee.
rs each of them, Prof. David Mattern,I Katsutoshi) Ando, '31E, a Japan-
ft c* conductor of the organization an- ese student, will lead a, discussion!
1cials nounced yesterday.( on the economics of his native
The radio broadcasts will take country, using as his subject, "Ja-
,xamine place on Saturday night, Nov. 8 pan, America's Market." The gen-
appar- when the string orchestra will play, eral secretary of the student volun-
and n SturayNov 22 whn te "teer missions for foreign nations,
deprt-full orchestra of 70 pieces will play. Jes clyIil pa n"h
Robert The annual concert of the orches- i Social Forces of Japan," treati~ng
to con- tra will take place on Sunday after- the eastern country from the view-
charge _noon, Dec. '7, at which a faculty point of a sociologist and religious
~asan-soloist, the choice of whom has not leader.
va n been made, will appear'. All students and faculty members
IThe rehearsals are being held on are invited to attend the forumi.
draught Mondays, Tuesday,s Thursdays and 111 I 11111li
the al-- Fridays, along with special rehear-
of fire sals on Sunday mornirigs. The string If interested in horseback_
definite instrument players rehearse on the rdn h o e h
Lppara- first two days while the wind in- rthiigl hynoagtth
nachine struments practice on Thursdays. thila
s to be The full orchestra rehearses on Fri-
e state. days and Sundays. L BS Y S°
ID RW q OAHINGDAD
~LLL GOO SALE STABLES
kLLY GOODVisitors welocme. Patronage
appreciated.
choice of, let us say, tea anid coffee. Bu4 one One mile from pavement on
ion, any water that comes his way. The object N South State Street Road.
aint just such persons with a better tasting, ,
water. Keep it in the home at all times. I Will call for and return
_ Riding Parties. -
"RINGS WATER CO._ For aponmtcal732.
Phone 8270 pponmncl 3F1
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2 Pants

Shetland Fleece Overcoats 50 inches long

$35
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Haberdashery
Men's
Furnishings
Of the
Highest Quality
And
Most Approved
Style.
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Something extra given over
and beyond the value that .
is expected or paid for.
In the Prom Chairman

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- shown much partiality to the man who wants fine
clothing at a very moderate price.
-$3000_
- Acomplete assortment of shirts, collars, studs, derbies, =
- vests, and other smart accessories at moderate prices.
Our 'Tuxedo Rental Department
Contains A Complete Stock of Sizes;
- $3.75 an evening_
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IF YOU RECEIVED
THE LETTERS
you write
Would you be proud of, them or
just a bit sheepish= What about
the appearance of the envelope-
the paper? Would they make you
want to read the letter itself?
Old Hampshire Stationeryhas
that ability-it impels one to
read the message. It is aristo-
cratic,'rich, substantial. Itrinakes
a letter stand out of the crowd.
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"VHe must have personality beyond
average .. .Lagniappe.
Same thing is true of Buffer Heel and Toe K
kSocks. For equally low prices, they give fart
longer service. The triply reinforced heel
and toe bear the brunt of wear, never need a1
darning needle.
An extra smartness also distnuguishes these * Buffer Heel and Toe hose are
Wilson Brothers hose in black and in colnrs, offered with and without embroid-
ered clocks; in silk, wool, silk and
with or without embroidered clocks, rayon mix~ed; black and in colors.
Numbers 50, 75, and 100 are
Haberdashers sell them at 504c,an$1 prcd5c 75c, and $1.0
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