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March 19, 1922 - Image 18

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 1922
Bo ks a'd Authors But it doesn't matter. Father prob- I TUE TIMES HAVE CIIANOIEIJ Such was the case ten years ago;
ably went to school himself. the real (By E. 8. I.) Since then the times have changed,
(Continued from Page ?) point is-the why of this ceremony of The times have changed in many ways, And styles have had an awful blow,
The book is evenly written-never -semester marks. The styles and manners too, While felts are now deranged.
ostentatiously, always quietly, always Are marks indicative of student abil- "fnce good Lord Chesterfieldian days,
sincerely, and in its very tranquility ity? Often not. Are they a stimulus When gallantry rang true, Today, hats must be banged or
there is a sense of intimate sympa- to harder work? They are worth lit- crushed,
thy and characterization which induces tle or nothing after college. Are But closer still,--within ten years,-- Or they are not worth while;
a clearer picture of the lives of Hills- marks an accurate record of the Has passed a nobler age, The more they're pressed and tramped
boro's residents than any strident, amount of knowledge the student has When gentlemen, so it appears, and mushed,
psychological treatment could. "Au- received from the course? Obviously Were really quite the rage. The more they are in style.
tumn" does not contain a sufficient not.
depth of thought, doubtless, to make Then what are they? The bats those days were very prim, Yet at this tine when mes could touch
it a great work, but nevertheless, it Most tediously blocked,
is one of the notable additions to the Perhaps they indicate only that the And if one mite was out of trim, Their hats and give no hurt,
already abundant literature of New student has carved upon his memory Society was shocked. A nod, and often not that much,
England, . . that the Helvetians threw rocks on Salutes a passing skirt.
' Labienus in 50 B. C. If marks were And yet, when'er fair maid appeared,
designed as a revelation of what fun- All thsoughts of style were downed; We wonsder if the rule holds tight,
WHAT DO1 MARKS TELLS damental education the student has re- Each loan his dome of head-wear Of if 'twas just a whim,
MENTAL TESTS INTEHEST&G ceived in proportion to his individual cleared, That men were so much more polite
(Continued from page 1) intellectual capacity, then assuredly And bowed it tothe ground. When they were much more trim.?
gotten. Summed up in the University they fail. j
of Washington report: "The conse- --____. _________tlllit__llil lll________[Iti ltllll U 1lt11iItIlfil llil Iilli i l11
quence of inaccurate grading is that
students whose work is of real merit Evelyn Scott, whose first novel, I ;
often receive low . grades or are "The Narrow House", created a sen-
failed." sation wlsen it was published, has
Once upon a time grades were meant written a new novel to be called
as the identification tag of student "Narcissus."
ability. At present they are the re-
ward or rettibution for a semester's
presenec in class, ranging from An innovation in American publish- LO, . 1._.
straight "A's" to "D-minus." The cul- ing is the Libri Librorum set just
prits convicted of the worst are ex- pislished by Alfred Knoif. This con-
pected to unite themselves woefdlly sists of six volumes of the world's eat to live -Practically speakig everybody
into a humble oath to abstain from masterpieces in the original lang-
further "D's" and "H's." uages. The titles are Balzac's "Droll d
However, coming down to the prac- Stories," Dante's "Complete Works,"
tical, the student chorus of those who tDostoevsky's "Crime and Punish-
have received a professorial slapping ment," Goethe's "Faust," Homer's
on the wrist, only resolves 'itself into "The Iliad" and "The Odyssey": and
the tune of, "What'll I say to dad?" "Die Nielbelunge Not." The volumes e Ge
Thereafter paternal gullibility is are pocket size and have limp Cloth "One a day would make you a football man"
feasted. covers.

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AT EASTERTIDE
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An early appointment
means time for careful work.
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