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S'UNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1924

THE MTCHMAN DATTY

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It says, in fact, that if last society
has prodluced a criminal, present so-j
ciety should surely and swiftly do
something as humanly. as possible to
:prevent a recurrence of the same
crime by the same criminal, all the
.while trying to stamp out the breed-
ing places of such. And that calls for
An explanation of how these places
and environments have and occasion-
ally still do produce the finest of menf
and women. . But this is getting over
into the danger zone of the special
case, staying, away from which, forces
one back each time to the funda-
Smental, that when we as a nation be-
come educated enough to do our pub-
lic duty without coercion of some sort,
that is, when we will make the re-
ward great enough, and when all will
contribute to that reward sufficiently
to make us all demand our moneys
worth, or when the suffering, resul-
tant from our inattention is acute
enough we will find plenty of men,
and women too, who will enter into

(By Associated Press)
NEW COR~K, Nov. 13.-Sixty mio-
tion picture films are being develop-
ced for use in an experiment to ascer-
tain tlh" possibility of producing aj
type of film satisfactory for daily
class :roomn work in the schools of
the country, the Eastman Kodak com-
pany announced today.t
Plans contemplate the conclusion
during. the current school year of ten
films in geography, five in health, and
five in gcner'al" scienfce far showing in-
the schools of twelve cities selected'
for the two year experiment with mo-
'ton pictures in definite work in con-
nection with the daily lesson.
The remaining 30 films will be com-
pleted for use in the experiment at the
opening of school in September, 1927.
The cities whose schools have been
selected" for the experiment include
IAtlanta, Kansas City, Dtroit, Chicago,I
and Los Angeles.
and we will not only get the proper
solution or method but the application
of the method as well.
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make a vJain endeavor to justify their
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