Education: Marriage by the Book

The eighth annual Conference on Conservation of Marriage & the Family did the best it could. But it just didn't seem to have the answers. Not since the college marriage course was started at the University of North Carolina in 1927 had collegiate marriage counselors had as little counsel to offer as in Chapel Hill, N.C. last week.

A few brass tacks were strewn by Mrs. Evelyn Millis Duvall, director of Chicago's Association for Family Living, reporting on "Marriage in a World at War." Said she: "There is more money being made now; there is...

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