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THEIF SUMMER. MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, AUGIUST 11, 1927

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[DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until Z:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. in. Saturday).
Volume VII THURlSD)AY,-AUiGUST 149 91.7 umber 40
ExaniiiatloiiSchedule:
The examinations to be given at the close of the eight weeks Session
will be conducted in strict accordance with the schedule printed on page 33
of the Announcement of the Summer Session.
Edward H. Kraus.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
All Students wishing to have their records transferred to any school
or college on this campus or elsewhere should leave their namies in the
Recorder's Ofrice, Room 4, University Hall, sometime this week.
Florence 3ohr, Recorder.
Exhibit of Library Extension Service:
There will be an exhibit of University of Michigan Library Extension
Service material in Room 112 of the University High School on Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday of this week. The exhibition will feature current
pamphlet material of special interest to executives, teachers in secondary
schools, with special reference to administrative problems, the teaching of
English, economics, the social sciences, public speaking, and dramatics.
All of this material may be borrowed during the year free of charge by
any Michigan citizens.
There will be on exhibition also a collection of juvenile classics in
-beautiful editions.
Raleigh Selorlin.
CORNELL HOLDS SOVIET CALLS CONFERENCE
RESERCH TUDYWASHINGTON, Aug. 10.-Although
One of the few laboratories for the Soviet Russia never has been recog-
study of conditioned reflexes outside nine I by the Washington government,
of, Pavlov's laboratory in Russia, is it has been successful in having an
one_ which was established at Cornell international conference called to
university in 1924. which the United States has named
This laboratory is supported finan-j two official representatives.
cdally by the Hecksher Foundation,I The conference, on international
by the Sage Foundation, and by regu- air mail, will be convened at the
lar appropriations from Cornell un- Hague September 1 by the Universal
versity. Dr. Howard S. Liddell, '17, Postal union. W. Irving Glover,
who received his MA. in psychology second assistant postmaster-general,
in 1918, and Professor Thomas L.j and R. Eugene White, superintendent
Bayne, who is teaching psychology of foreign mail, will attend on instru-
in the School of Education this sum- Ition of Postmaster-general New.
mer, are in charge of the laboratory.jf
Dr. Liddell and Prof. Bayne have as OPERA GOERS VEXED
their field of special research, the I___R
"motor" conditioned reflexes in sheep. ( (y Associated Press)
A description of the laboratory at BERLIN .-A public demonstration
Cornell has appeared in the American agaist the hitherto very popular
Journal of Psychology, July, 1926, Metropolitan Opera baritone, Michael
and the preliminary experimental Bohen, was evoked by that artist's
work has been reported in an article abrupt refusal to sing the title role
entitled the "Auditory Conditioned in the scheduled "Don Giovanni" per-
Reflexes in the Throdectoiizedj formance.
Sheep and Goat," in the Proceedings
of the Society for Experimental Bo-1 for the use of English-speaking scien-
logy and Medicine, 1927, and in an tits.
abstract found in the American Jlour h practical importance of this
nal of Physiology, 1927. work in the diagnosis of human be-
By means of a grant from the Heckc- havior and nervous diseases is in-
,shier Foundation in 1926, Dr. Liddelll dicated in a recent article by Dr. N.
was enabled to visit Pavlov's labora- I. Krasnogarski in the American
tory at Leningrad and to study squip- Journal of Diseases of Children, De-
ment and method at first and. He cember, 1925. The title of the article
also brought back valuable publica- is, "The Conditioned Reflexes and
tions which will soon be published: Children's Neuroses."

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