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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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IAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem-
ers of the University. Copy received at the office of the Dean
f the Summer Session until 3:30, excepting Sundays. (11:30 a.
1. Saturday).
OL. IX WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1929 No. 38
it Coupons:
n the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, in the School of
ation, and in the Graduate School, credit .for work done during the
mner Session will be recorded, and credit coupons mailed in strict
rdance with the blanks on file in these offices. Students should
e sure that their election cards and the addresses on their coupons
ewith the facts.
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of
macy desiring to be notified of the results of the examinations
ld leave addressed and stamped envelopes in their respective
tration offices.
Edward H. Kraus
iges in Lectures:
t has become necessary to make several changes in the special
res scheduled for 5 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural Science
ling for the remainder of this week. The program as revised is as
ws:
Vednesday, August 7: The'Place of Speech Correction in Education,
rofessor Robert W. West, of the University of Wisconsin.
'hursday, August 8: Tolstoy and his Relation to the Present Russian
rnment, by Professor Clarence L. Meader.
'riday, August 9: Ends and Means in University Dramatics, by
ssor Chester M. Wallace, of the Carnegie Institute of Technology.
Edward H. Kraus
aination Schedule:
'he examinations to be given at the close of the eight lweeks ses-
will be conducted on Thursday and Friday, August 15 and 16, in
, accordance with the following schedule:

LECTURES ON ADVERTISING

AUTOS PROMOTERS OF FAMILY LIFE,
DECLARES STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT

Albert Russel Erskine, president
of the Studebaker Corporation,
does not believe that the automo-
bile is the detrimental influence
which so many modern writers
would have us think. He contends,
in an article published by the North
American Review, that rather it is'
a contributor to the biological pro-
gress of the American people.
The conventional picture of mod-
ern family life, which every day is'
urged upon us, is not the result of
investigations into actual causes,I
Erskine asserts, but it merely an
outgrowth of divorce statistics. Er-
skine contends that divorce is just
as the laws of a state make it, and
cites divorceless Georgia and tur-
bulent Nevada as examples of what
laws can do. He disclaims respon-
sibility on the part of the ma-
chine.

Erskine states that the registra-
tion of every seventh automobile
gives employment to one man, out-
side the manufacturing field of the
industry. Thus, more potential
founders of families are finding
employment with each annual in-
crease of automobile registrations.
Urbanization has been one of the
greatest menaces to proper family
life during recent years. Erskine
points out the fact that the auto
has made possible a decentraliza-
tion which could not have been
I achieved before its use. The move-
ment toward the suburbs has been
accompanied by the increased
building of on-family homes, and
by an increase in enrollment in
schools, including colleges. This,
Erskine thinks, is adequate proof
of the fallacy of the danger of the
automobile as a menace to monog-
amy and the family.

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HALLE RS
STATE STREET JEWELERS
At Liberty Street

Prof. John L. Brumm
Head of the department of Jour- His play, "The Straightjacket," won
nalism, lectured yesterday after- second place in a recent national
noon on "Strategy in Advertising." playwriting contest.

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Friday
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found on page 29 of the Announcement ofI

Edward H. Kraus

on No. 8:

ichigan State Prison, Jackson, including prison industries, the
locks, dormitory, dining hall, and recreation grounds, will be
I Saturday morning, August 10. The party will leave in special
at 7:45 a. m in front of Angell .Hall, State street, arriving back
n Arbor about 12 o'clock. Round trip bus tickets must be secured
Friday, August 9, 6 p. m. in room 9, University Hall. The size
e party will be limited. Students planning to drive their own
obiles should be at the prison office, at the head of Mechanics
,Jackson, by 9:15 a. m.
Carlton Wells
a Phi Kappa:
here will be a luncheon for members of Kappa Phi Kappa in
lance in Summer Session in the Union dining room, today at
p. m.
Arthur D. Wright

NEWS FROM
OTHER COLLEGES
INDIANA-Miss Jean Miller, of
Indianapolis, a junior at Indiana
university, has the distinction of
being chosen for the collegiate hall
of fame in the current issue of
College Humor.
Miss Miller has taken a promi-
nent part in campus dramatics at
the state university during her
freshman and sophomore years.
PURDUE-Dr. Karl Lark-Horo-
vitz, professor of physics and di-
rector of the physical laboratory
at Purdue university, has sailed on
the Deutschland for an extensive
inspection tour of the principal
European laboratories where glass
research work is being conducted.

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By
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN STUDENTS
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Rowe of the University of Michigan.

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