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THE SUMMER MICHI( .7 4 DAILY

SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1929

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DAILY OF FIC IAL BU0 LLEITIN,
Publicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
bers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
of the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
m. Saturday).
VOL. IX SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1929, No. 35
Changes in Lectures:
It has become necessary to make several changes in the special
lectures scheduled for 5 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural Science
Building for the week of August 5 to August 10. The program as revised
is as follows:
Monday, August 5: Highway Traffic Control, by Professor Robert
L. Morrison.
Tuesday, August 6: The Strategy of Advertising, by Professor John
Ll Brumm.
Wednesday, August 7: The Place of Speech Correction in Education,
by Professor Robert W. West.
T h.L±1Lt±~ Ua y, t1LvL L~ o . ±R" T l Uf n iu n " A h ieio ln fl n 1 + n +ii ri n Tiicq

WOMAN MINISTER 0
WAS ONCE POO, OFF FOR EUROPE

Margaret G. Bondfield, Minister ofI
Labor, Is First Woman To Hold
British Cabinet Post
That a woman has at last achiev-
ed the unprecedented honor of
membership in the British cabinet
is an important point in the his-
tory of feminine progress. Yet the
story of Margaret Grace Bondfield,
Minister of Labor, offers all the
more interest in that it involves
the rise from poverty and squallor
of a wonlan who had only sympa-
thy and determination to aid her.
Miss Bondfield was born in Som-
erset, England, the daughter of a
poor lacemaker, and one of eleven

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EDISON OFFERS NEW ELECTRIC
RANGE; IS LIGHT, ECONOMICAL
(Special To The Daily)1 300 per cent over other electric ov-
DETROIT, August 3-Modern wo- 1 ens. Four electric cones of identi-
man's unanswered demand for cal size and construction are used
quick and easy cooking has caused for the cooking table. These are
placed in the center of a heavy
the light and power company here chromium plated steel reflector and
to design and produce a new elec- become hot almost instantly, since
tric range which is to cost much they are above average heating ca-
less than has been formerly asked pacity, yet weigh only ten ounces
for ciectric stoves of comparable as compared with the usual two
size and finish. pounds. Protruding front legs are
This development, announced to- done away with by a novel design
clay, has been undertaken on behalf which carries the front legs un-
of The Detroit Edison Company. In derneath the range, instead of hav-
this new electric range increased ing them attached to the front.
Economies in -operation and low There is not a square corner on the
manufacturing costs are possible, entire product, which makes it ideal
according to, the statement, be- for construction by the steel stamp-
cause of a designer who went after ing method which the automobile
speed, cut down weight, and look- industry has found so profitable.
ed out for the problems of manu- The development of this range
facture as well as the problems of is being watched with close inter-
cooking. est by the electrical industry, since
As a result it is claimed that elec- this is one of the first attempts to
tric cooking may now. be econom- apply mass production methods to
ically possible in a majority of any piece of equipment as inti-
states. mately a part of the American
The, entire product is made from home as is the stove.
steel stampings, rigidly assembled Sample models will be distributed
by welding and interlocking steel to electric light and power com-
members. A heavy chromium plat- panies within the next thirty days.
ing treatment is given each bright It is expected that the present
part on the range, and all other plant in Detroit will have a capaci-
parts are completely covered with ty of about 3,000 ranges a month,
white enamel. An unusual feature when in the full swing of produc-
is a cromium plated oven interior, tion. This plant, according to Ed-
so designed that it comes to cook- ison officials, resembles a minia-
ing temperature in less than five ture automobile factory in its gen-
minutes, an improvement of some eral design and operation.
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1-nusaa, .ugust 2f: -Toistoy and his relatron to the Present Rtus!hlrn Heacuitcewh
Sian Government, long hours of drudgery began when
Friday, August 9: Ends and Means in University Dramatics. she was thirteen. Aroused by the Elias P. Calles
Edward H. Kraus plight of women whose work last-{Who is reported to have gone to
Sed 13 hours a day in unsanitary fEurope for his health. He was ac-
surroundings, she turned all her l
Women's Educational Club: surrodghe.rngdoflther companied by his family.
- energy to the improving of their
The Banquet of the Men and Women's Education Clubs will be held diconi, putting asidd all person-
Tuesday, August 6, in the Ball Room of the Women's League Building.
Professo Broyd H. Bode of Ohio State University is to be the speaker. that cause has occupied 35 years of SAVE ON POSTAGE
Tickets are $1.25 and may be secured at 101 Tappan Hall or in the Uni- her life.
versity High School office. Tickets should be pprchased before Satur- An efficient organizer of workers, According to reports from the
day noon. Miss Bondfield at one time headed university branch post office, sum-
Lyda E. McHenry, Secretayr eig.t million laborers, both men mer school students do their mail-
and women. Her political career l ing very differently than do the
began with her election to the regular students.
Tolstoi's "Resurrection": chairmanship of the Council of !"The students these days seem to
British Trades. Since then she has know the value of the money they
This will be the theme of the second All University Service to be been Minister, and, then Cabinet are spending," said one of the
held in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater of the Women's League Build-
ing Sunday, August 4, at 8 o'clock. Reverend Allison R. Heaps will Minister in the British government. clerks. "They, buy a great number
lead the service using slides from the motion picture. All are cordially Her present position gives her the, of post cards and do their writing
welcome. most potent opportunities for aid- on them, saving time and a cent
Students Christian Association ing her fellow-women. on every communication. There
_ _Miss Bondfield sees English work- are also very few special delivery
ers as organized in respect to three letters as compared with the reg-
Faculty, School of Education: main functions: first, as producers ular school year when there are
in the labor union; second, as con- almost as many special delivery
There Will be a meeting of the Summer School Faculty of the sumers in the cooperative union; letters and packages as there are
School of Education in room 109 Tappan Hall on Monday, August 5, and third, as citizens of the La- of the others."
at 4:05 o'clock. All members-especially visiting members-of the Fac- bor party. This view of the situa- "Few of the students this sum-
ulty are urged to be present.bopat.Tiviwothsiu- "eofhetdnstisum
C. O. Davis, Secretary tion will form the basis of her mer are sending their laundry
work, and may influence the bring- nome," he said, "and the parcel
ing about of a new era in the life business seems, even in proportion,
American Chemical Society: of the British worker. much less than could be expected.
Identification certificates which entitle the holder to reduced round-
trip railroad rates for the Minneapolis meeting (September 9-13) of
the American Chemical Society may be obtained from the undersigned
by members of the local section.L n
L. C. Anderson

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9-11 a. m. Is the Junior High School a Success in Its Guidance Pro-
gram and in Its Dealings with t-e Pupils Who Will Not Enterj
the Senior High School?
Professor Glass
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