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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

i OFFICIAL BULLETIN
cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Jniversity. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
me VIII SATURDAY ,AUGUST 6, 1927 Number 36

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ry Nights:
s for Visitors' Nights at the Observatory, August 8, 9, and 10
btained at the office of the Summer session from 10 to 12 A. M.
4 P. M. These tickets are intended for students of the Summer'
'ho will prespnt their Treasurer's receipts whc applying for
udents desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity to visit
vatory should apply for tickets at once as the supply is very

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mal Club Banquet:
annual banquet of the Men's and Women's Educational Clubs will
in the ball room of the Michigan Union, Tuesday evening, August
30. Superintendent William McAndrew of Chicago will be the priD-
eaker. Tickets $1.75.
The Committee.
s i College of Literature, Science, and the" Arts:
dents registered in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
ect to be graduated at the end of the Summer Session must pay
ploma fees before the Session closes.
Florence Iohr, Recorder..
in Club:
those desiring to go to the picnic please meet at the island at 2
lay.
S. S. Berar.
LIFE ACTS ARE MECHANICAL
ASSERTRUSSIANPHYSIOLOGIST
(By Associated Press)

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WGRAD.-All the acts of life
ex and just as mechanical as I
the baby who pulls its finger'
the fire, believes Professor
trovich Pavlov. His book on
siology and functioning of thel
as just been made available,
ish by Dr. W. Horsley .Gantt,
American physician who has
orking with Professor Pavlov
the last four years.
t we term instiicts and phy-I
actions," says Professor Pav-
hose works on the salvary
and digestion won him the
Prize in 1904, "are only more
ated than simple mechanical
actions. The paths of these
ated reactions run through
,in, while those of the simple
may take place wholly
1 the spinal cord, even in an
after its head is cut off."
complicated reactions Pro-'
Pavlov calls conditioned re-
while the simple, unchange-
es with which we. are born
red un-conditioned reflexes.
ssor Pavlov has tried to put
ogy on a scientific basis, so
the study of the brain theI
conduct may be carried onI

with the same assurance of success/
as the work of the natural sciences.
Like the American exponents of be-
haviorism, such as Prof. John B. Wat-
son, the eminent psychologist of
Johns Hopkins University, Prof. Pav-
lov insists the study of the brain
should proceed by external observa-
tion, and not by introspection and an-
alysis of subjective states.
To prove his mechanical theory of
life, Prof. Pavlov has been conduct-
ing extensive experiments on monkeys,
dogs, rabbits and other animals dur-
ing the last twenty-five years. In ad-
dition to a whole menagerie of monk-
eys, gorillas, dogs, cats and rabbits,
his laboratory here contains elaborate
equipment for measuring the thoughts
of animals, the intensity of their
brain processes, and even their very
wishes, hopes and disappointments.
He has 50 collaborators of many
nationalities.
President Coolidge and Prince .Carol
are both in the same position-each
is waiting for the country to urge him
to become its head. The difference is
that Coolidge arranged for this feature
beforehand, while Prince Carol is not
a politician.

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"The Comed ot Errors"
A Triumphant End to the Rock ord Player s' Finest Season

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