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Y22, 1922

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Burton Writes Article lDicussing
lien jal Traits Of JYen And Women

SHOW PENCIL DRAWINGS BY,
RAHN AND WENZELL HERE
Pencil drawings by Albert Kahn and
Herbert GI. Wenzell,' and photographs
of somie of the more important parts

of the Trocadero' collection; Paris, are
on exhibit in the architectural corri-
dor of the Engineering building.
Mr. Kahn_'s sketches show Interest-
ing g ood and iron work from the

South Kensington museum, London, a dout may get the spirit of such ma-
drawing of Charles cathedral, and one teiail byt a careful drawing to scale
of the portal of Saint Gilles. The mu- o~ the framework and ornament.
seurn sketches are particularly sugges- f Mr. Wenzell's drawings are travel
tive as to how the architect and stu- 1 note; from France and Italy.

In an artlc'.e entitled "Are Men Su- f
perior to Women," in the February
number of the American magazine,
President Marion L. Burton sets forth
his observations on the much-discussed
question of the so-called mental dif-l
ferences between men and women.
At the very first the reader is- as-t
sured that the degree of intelligence
varies according to individuals, not
sex. President Burton further states
that he believes that what is called a
difference in intelligence or mental
power is re~lly only a difference in
interest or motive power. For in-1
stance women are known to excel in h
the study of languages, whie men are
generally supposed to have keener
minds in the study of mathematics.
This does. not mean that women are
incapable of becom ng mathemattici~~ns 1
or that men are subnormal in the mat-,
ter of acquiring proficiency in the
study of languages-it is merely that
each sex pursues closely only the1
studies in which it is most deeply and ;
sincerely interested.
Difference Ts In Training
President Burton also goes on tot
say that many anparent differ'ences in
spo'rtsmansbin, idea's of conduct. sen-
timent, and humor are due more to
differences of trninine than to fl°+fer-
enees in inherent mental capacity. 1
Part of the discussion is based Canon
the recent ehart of thP comnarnt1ve
stapwiin~vs of fratcrritie-,. sororities,
and house clulbs. whi+h exli-t i na l
ed sunorinritv of wrnmpn in the eon-
parative t'rades. the Ino','st gnrsafn~rl
the N-nvn'Ct erounns being bisher than
the 44ghe-'t avpre p or the r---'q
grolm-,. This h'ow~ver. is explained
by Presdent Piirton in the i: '+ +t at
iTh i--e"' itfvwnm en Pro mnre of a "pick- I
ed class" than are Uitrergfv n'r ;
tlhet is, the alrer-p Hrluwho comes
here is more eonseihn+Aoullin jr+_
ed in -twiv than, is the nvorq~e man.
sin-'e the 8irl wl n n%-urIv "-weants to
go ew-v to s~hool" for a year or so is
not likely to s~'elft ai'~
Women are. mrneover.,7Yrrpnrniid.
and more sensilfize to critscisni than
are metf. sA 1t-v,.efore seek more
carefully to avoid it.
R~l'tions Clwrnge
An interesting fact was brol'wht ont
in .a sta~eme'nt that. wbilb eirls are
adnitte'ily more clever than boys in;
hie~h school, the, disparity "grows le-s
with each suceed~ne Year. ('rpdnate
school men students t-lke th'e l'cd oe
the women in most cases. This is ex-
plained by the fact that very few
womnen plirsuie education spr-*ously be-
yond gradu~tion fromn coP oe'e.
In conclusion. P-c~ie-t Drmon soys,
"The Pible says, 'Male and female cre-
ated He thorn' IR se~ms to mal that.
many of the thngs which people have
a habit of ss-'rne ahorit men and wo-
men. the arbitrary distinction-, drawn
between them, are apocryphal addrn-

da, written into the original text. But
Just because a lot of John Smiths and
Bill Browns say,. 'Male and female,
mentally :superior and mentally in-
ferior, created He them,' that. doesn't
make it so--not the interpolated part.
In the opinion of the° people who have
the widest experience, it isn't so."
SCHOOLS 'TEACH
STREE~T SAFETY
A safety education department has
been: formed in Detroit schools.' The
purpose of this new department is; to
study and ana yze the. causes of. street
acc'idents -and to prepare methods for
irovei~ting- such accidents.
In the lower grades -games are used
t ) teaczh the pupils the right way to
cross the street: and to give thema
working knowledge of the rules'of the
road. The pupils take thoepart .of
traffic policemen and pedestrians and.
street markings -are,. chalked on" the-
floor to enable the pupils -to-,correctly
follow traffic rules as used by the
city..
rTuring the first twelve months-after
the introduction of safety education
in the Detroit public schools, there
w2 s a reduction of 50 per. cent inv the"
number of traffic accidents occurring
..mong school children.
Prof.- Scott Giues Lecture
Prof. Fred N. Scott, of the rhetoric
.epartment, delivered the seconld of
his series of lectures° on -the genesis
of speech, the past week in Natural
Science auditorium.
I FRESHMAN NOTICE
All freshmen who have not
Ipaid their dues are asked to
Imail them to the. class treasurer,
1Don Johnson, 431 East Univer-
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