Clarence Darrow Heads Speakers at Meeting--To Discuss All Aspects of Crime This Weekend

Students of Harvard University have been invited to attend the annual Parley at Wesleyan University, Middle-town, Connecticut, to be held there on Friday and Saturday next. At that time Clarence Darrow, noted criminal lawyer and exponent of reform in criminal court procedure, will be the chief speaker.

The subject of this year's Parley is "Crime." Four meetings will be held during the two days. On Friday evening Dr. Williams Healy. Director of the Judge Baker Foundation, in Boston, will speak on "Psychological and Social Origins of Crime."

Saturday morning Everett W. Duvall, Superintendent of the Children's Community Center at New Haven, will lead a round table discussion on "Juvenile Delinquency." That afternoon George Kirchwey of the New York School of Social Work, will talk on "Crime and Penal Reform."

Clarence Darrow will take as his subject "Crime and the Criminal Court," at the closing meeting Saturday night.