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P?'R!DAY, DECEMBER 12, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

DAIL'Y

PAGOt THR9

DELEGATES CHOSEN
f6 ATTEND DETROIT
L.M.CDAU LE1TING
Six 'Students, Four Members of
Faculty to be Present at
Four-Day Convention.
'SMITH TO HEAD GROUP
Local Delegates Will Convenej
Tomorrow to Discuss
Problems.
Michigan will be represented by
a delegation of four faculty m'a-
bers and six students at the natiln-
al Young Men's Cristan asso-
t i of1n faculty-student onf erece
Dec. 27 to 31 at the Book Cadilac
Motel in Detroit. Prominent un-
'versity presidents, as well as pro-
fessors and student leaders from
colleges all over the country are
expected to attend the conference.
'The Michigan delegation, chosen
recently, will be headed by Presi-
dent Alexander G. Ruthven, who
will attend the special college exe-
cutives' dinner Sunday evening,
Dec. 27. The delegation proper,
which will be under Ira M. Smith,
registrar of the University, includes
Dr. C. S. Yoakum, vice president of
the University; Prof. S. C. Courtin,
of the education school, Ruth
'fan Tuyl, '31A, and Roberta Reed,
'31, from the Women's league. For
the men students there will be Lyle
Pasimore, '33, Edgar Hornik, '33,
ad two others who have not yet
been chosen. Alfred Klaer, associ-
ate pastor of the Presbyterian
church, will attend as a represen-
tative of the local churches.
Ruthven to Attend.f
Dr. Ruthven plans to attend,
leaving early, however, for a scin-'
tific meeting in Cleveland at the ,
same time of the four-day session.
The actual work of the confer-
ence will be divided among seven
separate commissions e a c h of
'which will conduct its own spe~
cial research and discussion. The
names of the seven groups are,
"Administrative Policy," "The Edu-
cational System" "The Social and
Organized Life of the Campus,"
'Morals in a Day of Relativity,"
"Social Attitudes and Responsibil-
ities," "Student Counseling," and
"The Place of Religion in Higher
Education."
Will Report )Findings.
The Michigan delegation will be
~divided and segregated into the
various commissions. At the con-
,lusion of the convention each del-
egate will write a report of the
findings of his particular commis-
sion and submit it before a meet-
ing of the delegation as a whole.
In order to determine what prob-
lems the Michigan group shall
carry to the conference, there will
be a meeting at 2 o'clock tomorrow
In'Lane hall of all the official del-
egates and any others that may be
inter eted.

LlyA ogcAtv
Associated Press e'horn
Former pi~m- minsL,.r of Great
Britain, vho is, now occupying the
public spotlih~t i England for his
activities as head of the liberal
party.

ANNUAL'I

CONCERT
PROGCRESS

F and, Men's, girls' Glee Club
Will Take Part.
Preparations f o r the annual
Christmas concert, which will be
gi7ven next Wednesday evening in
j1dll auditorium, are fast nearing
completion, Robert A. Campbell,
treasurer of the University and
sponsor of the concert, announced
yesterday.
As has been the custom in the
past, the concert will be free to the
public, and according to Campbell,
ought to surpass all other Christ-
mas concerts in the quality of the
music and in the number of people-
taking part.
The band, which will offer sev-
eral numbers which have proven
successful in their programs last
June, will have nearly '70 men on
the stage, the largest in several
years. The Men's Glee club, with
Arthur H ackett as director, will
also have 70 men in the concert.
The third musical organization
which will take part, is the Girls'
Glee club, with Nora Crane Hunt
[directing. Nicholas Falcone will di-
rct the band.

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the story of our

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determnination to aid the great movement for
thrifty spending.
Nex t year everybody's dollar will buy more.
But today, YOUR dollar spent at Browning,
King& Co., will buy more VALUE in good
clothes and furnishings than the last decade has

Emnent Spanish Pianist
"ORAL UNION
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AUIORU
.... T0 Ticke
$1.00,$15,$.0

made possible.

It is time to Replenish! ..

J3pruce p 4L®.Spend to Save !

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Our entire present stocks at tremedous money-sav-y
ing in each department -and action. in everyOng,

T'YPEWRITER
REPAIRING

All males of machines.
Our eqxinpment and per-
sonnel are considered
among the best in the State. The re:
of twenty years' careful building.
0. D. MORRILL
14 South State St. Phone 61
We serve
HOT LUNCHES
DINNERS AND
TOASTED
SANDWICHES
at the:
S weetlanldd
Where Service
and
Quality Reigns

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a The supecriority of the Baldwin Piano is recognized
by Jose Iturbi, appearinig on the Choral Union Series
this evening, anid he uses and endorses it exclusively.
'The B w Pianos Pfne response to touch and its
wonderful tone quaity makes it incomparably superior
to ali others.

S cyl s ingl+~ and doubfe breasted models in smnan
efecs.. many diversified weaves, loomed exch.-
sively for Browning, Kind; & Co., in all the season's
newest and smartest colorings and fabrics, and Al
tailored in our own factories.
$ 2 5 0 made to sell for 3
3 .made ato $45
$37sell for Lind$5
SILK LINED
$4250 ~made to$
eloSILK LINED
Ll~ht and Medium Weight Topcoutf
. V 5 and$ 24" a
Formerly $30t

X 50
$a

Imdel to soil for~
130. and$5
mad* to sell for
$40 and $45

OVERCOATS

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In single and doable breasted models, Chestreld3.
Ulsters, Raglans and Greatcoas- In a splendid vari.
cry of the most desirable fabrics, inclding Boucle%.
fleeces, Tweeds, Meltons and other weaves. .. Sty
suitable for business, dress and the great Outdoo#)'

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50, Made*to sell foir
$50 $5$ anid 6O
$4 95 0 McdO to selfk,
$65 $7 and $7*5
From lowest to laighestpriced the values are outstaacJ,
ig, the qualities w d tailoring typical of Browning,
%cing ti Co. standards.

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SHI RIS We have re-priced our complete
H assortment of distinctive, better-
made shirts -- including all wanted fabrics, patterns
and styles. With collar attached or neck band.

E CKV'EARThe assortment inzcludes.
NE ECm;EK WW E ER plain colors, stripes,
dots, figures, all- over effects. A splendid opportunizy'
to replenish your wardrobe or for~ Christmas buyin.

$12.94 for
s $5.00

Made to sell at
$1.65 and $2.00

$18.5
$2s5

3 for Made to sellra
$5.50 $2.50 and $3.00

IMEN'S AND BO'S
HATS AND CAPS
ENTIRE STOC
RUCED
20%

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,3for.
$2.00
a for,
$2.75
3 for
$4.40

Made to sell for
$1.50
Made to sell for
$20

WHICH LETTER
IS OPENED) FIRST
WhIEN THE POSTMTAN COMELS:
The smartest-looking envelope is the
first to feel the keeni edge of the paper
cutter-it gives a good introduction
to the letter within ,... and when the
paper itself is rich, substantial, crisp to
the touch, the message receives pre-
ferred attention. Old Hampshire Sta-
tionery has all these qualities-it adds
a new importance to what you write,

3 for
$ 8.50

Made to sell at
$3.50, $5.00
and era

NOCHARGE FRALTERATIONS
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