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Grid Star Of
Michigan's former athletes are keep
ing in the limelight in various ways;
some are making touchdowns in the
world of politics while others again are
putting the, law over for three bases,
but one of the mnethods adopted by a
gridiron star, of the seventies is be-
lieved to be unique. Irving K. Pond,
'7S, of Pond and Pond, achitects of
- Chicago, who designed theaUniontand
Martha Cook buildings, is somewhat
of an acrobat. Here is what a recent
issue of the Chicago Daily News has
to say of him:
Celebrates Birthday
Irving K. Pond, Chicago architect, 64
East Van Buren street, Chicago, cele-
brated his 65th birthday today by
turning a few backward flip-flops that
would have done credit to any circus
performer.
Mr. Pond wasn't really celebrating.
Birthdays mean nothing in his life.
His performance this morning in the
gymnasium of the Central Y. M. C. A.
Iwas mere daily routine. Forty-three
years ago he made the first and only.
touchdown in the University of Mich-
igan's first intercollegiate game, play-
ed at the White Stockings park on the
lake front in. Chicago. He felt so happy
on that occasion that he did thirty
backward flip-flops down the football
field. And he has been doing acro-
batics ever since.
Quality Desired Now,
Today he isn't able to do thirty in a
row, it's true. Now he strives for qual-,
ity, rather than quantity in acrobatic
feats. In th old days Mr. Pond looked
upon flip-flops and handsprings as
means of expressing his feeling of
youthful exuberance. Now he has
discovered that acrobatics mean more.
"Acrobatics are the poetry of exer-
cise," he said. "Games and other forms
of athletics are the prose. Exercise is
valuable to me not only as a means of

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70's To Stay Young
- keeping fit.. It fits in very nicely with
my profession. as an architect. There
is an aesthetic pleasure to be gained
from a practice of the art of acro-
batics. The rhythmic play of relaxa-
tion and tension in the nerves and
muscles produces a spiritual reaction
comparable to creation in other fields
of art.
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"Here, look at this little exercise,
just from the viewpoint of fun!" The
young old man gave a spring which
sent him high in the air with his hands
upraised, turned over gracefully and
lit neatly on his feet.
"This is fun," he said. "That's why
I do this stuff. Not simply to keep
young. Every morning before I get
dressed I go through a few simple ex-
ercises. They help to keep me-fit, too.
But I don't look upon them as a dis-
tasteful duty. I get as much fun
stretching as a cat does."
PRF WHIPPLE NAMED,
ON STATE COMMITTEEa
Prof. Gu M. Whipple, of the School
of Education, has been appointed a
member of a committee to test the in-
telligence of the inmates of the various
state penal institutions, it was learn-
ed yesterday.
It is planned to subject all of the
state prisoners to the tests, in order to
be able to plan the career of each
man after his release. The results of
the tests will show the type of intel-
ligence each prisoner has, and will
enable authorities to predict the trade
or profession at which he will be most
successful. The prisoners, who are
often men who have had no opportun-
ity to get started in life, will thus be
provided with a sort of anchor to hold.
to after the completion of their terms,
according to the plans of the commit-
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Detroit, during which time we will pay a salary
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The tests will also be used in consid-
ering applications for parole. Under
the new regime, when a prisoner asks
for parole, his intelligence record will
be examined, and if it 19 found satis-
factory, the candidate will have pro-
portionally more chance, for a fur-l
lough than the man who is recorded
as feeble-minded.

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Conrad Nagel and Edna Murphy in
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K/'EEP your house looking its best at aU
times. Keeping up its appearance will
keep up your pride in it.
Plant flowers and grass seed. Trim up
the shrubbery and vines. Don't let rubbish
accumulate in either the front or back yard.
Then paint your house with Lowe Broth-
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Lasts longer than most other paints and
looks better as long as it lasts. This means
that repainting won't be necessary so soon4
High Standard costs a few cents more per
gallon, but you need fewer gallons, there-
fore you begin saving money right at the
start.
We will gladly prove to you that the
difference between Lowe Brothers and
other paints is more than a mere difference
of opinion.
Come in and ask f1r interesting liter
ture and look at the sample panels.
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112 West Washington Street

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