DAILY OFF ICIAL BLLETIN
Publicaton in the Bulletin is constructive notice tq 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.
VOL. IX FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1929 No. 40
To All Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the
University Library are notified that such books are due Monday, August
12, before the impending examinations.
2. Students who have special needs for certain books between
August 12 and 16 may make application in the Office of the Super-
intendent of Circulation.
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records
at the Library by Wednesday, August 14, will be sent to the Recorder's
Office, where their credits will be held up until such time as said records
are cleared, in compliance with the regulation of the regents.
Notice to all Candidates in any School or College, Expecting Degrees or
Certificates at the Close of the Summer Session:
All diploma and certificate fees must be paid before the Faculty votes
recommendations for the conferring of such degrees or certificates.
Such fees may be paid at any time and will be refunded if the degree is
not conferred or the certificate voted. Proper blanks are to be filled out
at the office of the school or college in which the candidate is studying
during the Summer Session.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University j
THE SUMMER MICHI( uL4 DAILY
Co-Operative Courses I n E ectrical University may require reports from
Eeoe dFthe student covering his work.
E~ngineering T o Be Offered This Fall The course at the University in-
There has been a feeling grow- The Cutler-Hammer Mfg. Co. at cludes the same 127 hours of re-
ing stronger the last few years that Milwaukee, The Michigan Bell Tel- quired work as that asked on the
many students of engineering would ephone Co. at Detroit and The De- regular four year course in Elec-
profit by supplementing their for- troit Edison Co. at Detroit. The trical Engineering. For comple-
mal collegiate work with periods of: first four are electrical manufact- tion of the cooperative assignment
employment in some industry. It uring companies, the fifth is a the student receives 9 hours of cred-
is believed by many that the so- communication company, and the ,s
called "sandwich- plan of alternat- last generates and delivers electri- ithe total of 140 hours of credit
ing periods of study with periods cal energy for factory and house-;plus 16 months of cooperative work
of industrial vor a offers a strong- hold use. leading to the degree of B.ScE
er educational scheme than that of The plan consists in sending the which is given also in the regular
the regular four year technical student who elects this programcwhioheosagiv four year course.
course. to one of the cooperating compan- ecore
In February 1928 the Electrical ies for sixteen months in four per- The cooperative course will re-
Engineering Department was au- iods of four months each, where he quire approximately five calendar
thorized to make arrangements is shifted from one department to years. However, it must be remem-
with prominent electrical indus- nother, giving him a good oppor- bered that the regular four year
tries for the establishment of op- tunity to learn the activities of student almost invariably has to
tional cooperative courses. Shortly that company. The student's work spend his first year away from the
thereafter the following industries with the company is guided by University in a company cadet
had agreed to accept cooperative some member of the concern in course before he is given a per-
students-The General Electric Co. order that his time may be spent manent job. The cooperative stu-
at Schenectady, N. Y., The West- to best advantage. As opportunity dent in general completes thie
inghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. at offers he will be permitted to at- work before graduation. In the
Pittsburgh, Tho Electric Machinery tend special courses given by the light of this fact, the time require-
Manufacturing Co. at Minneapolis, company. From time to time the ment is seen to be really the same
FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1929
LAS.T EXCURSION TRIP
A number of students have al-
ready signed up for the excursion
to Jackson where the state prison
plant will be visited on the last
of the summer trips sponsored by
the University. The party will leave
the city tomorrow morning at 7:45
o'clock, making the journey in spe-
cial buses. Several groups of stu-
dents are making arrangements for
taking their own automobiles and
meeting the rest of the party at
the prison city.
The prison industries where all
types of work are provided for those
of the prisoners who have shown
themselves by good behavior to be
capable and willing to do labor,
will provide *most of the interest.
Here such diverse articles as mon-
uments, auto plates, twine, and
clothing are manufactured by
means of prison labor.
All graduate students who wish their summer grades sent to them
should leave stamped, addressed envelopes in the Office of the Gradu-
ate School 1014 Angell Hail before the close of the session.
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Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks ses- Excursion No. 8:
sion will be conducted on Thursday and Friday, August 15 and 16, in Michigan State Prison, Jackson, including prison industries, the
strict accordance with the following schedule: cell blocks, dormitory, dining hall, and recreation grounds, will be
visited Saturday morning, August 10. The party will leave in special
Hour of buses at 7:45 a. m. in front of Angell Hall, State street, arriving back
in Ann Arbor about 12 o'clock. Round trip bus tickets must be secured
Time of Thursday Friday Thursday Friday before Friday, August 9, 6 p. m. in room 9, University Hall. The size
Examination 8-10 8-10 2-4 2-4 of the party will be limited. Students planning to drive their own
automobiles should be at the prison office, at the head of Mechanics
Hour of All other Street, Jackson, by 9:15 a. m.
Recitation 1 2 3 hours Carlton Wells
E ination Thursday Th1ursday F1riday Friday Final Week End Conference of the School of Education:
Friday, August 9
This schedule may be found on page 29 of the Announcement of' 10-12 a. m. Organization of Material for Teaching
the Summer Session. Professor Henrv C. Morrison, SeChool of Education, University
for both courses.V'l a .
The cooperative plan contemplat- The dining hall where specially
qs the eventual permanent em- made dishes of aluminum are used
ployment of the student by the to prevent the inmates employing
company upon graduation. No them as weapons in much the same
promises are made by the student manner as was done in the re-
or the company with respect to this cent Leavenworth riot, should pro-
point. Good faith is assumed on vide the young ladies of the party
part of both. However, unless the with a thrill. The baseball dia-
graduate seeks and is accepted for monds and the cell blocks will also
permanent employment by the be thoroughly gone over and the
company, it is doubtful whether the daily routine of prison life ob-
expense of training has been jus- served.
tified from the company's point of About an hour and a half in all
view. Unless a student is quite will be spent at the prison, the
clear in his own mind as to the party returning to the city around
type of work and company that noon. Round trip bus tickets may
interests him. he would better fol- be secured by calling at room 9
low the four year program. University hall any time today.
Classes will meet regularly on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Edward H. Kraus
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Changes in Lectures:
Professor Chester M. Wallace,.of the Carnegie Institute of Tech-
nology, will lecture on "Ends and Means in University Dramatics"
this evening at 5 o'clock in the Auditorium of the Natural Science
Edward H. Kraus ,
Mr. G. B. Karelitz, Research Engineer with the Westinghouse Com-
pany, will give two lectures on "The Tydrodynamical Theory of Fric-
tion." , They will be held today at 11 o'clock and at 4
o'clock, in room 311, West Engineering Building. All who are interested
S. P. Timoshenko
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, and in
the School of Education, credit for work done during the
Summer Session will be recorded, and credit coupons mailed in strict
accordance with the blanks on file in these offices. Students should
make sure that their election cards and the addresses on their coupons
agree with the facts.
Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, and of
Pharmacy desiring to be notified of the results of the examinations
should leave addressed and stamped envelopes in their respective
2-4 p. m. Classroom Teaching
6 p. m. Dinner meeting: Tendencies in thu Organization of Extra-
curricular Activities in the Senior H igh School
Joseph Roemer, Professor of Secondary Education, University of
Saturday, August 10
9-11 a. m. Testing and Appraisal of Results
Students will be admitted to these meetings upon presentation of
their receipts. Those who do not wish to attend the dinner may come
in later to hear Professor Morrison.
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