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SUTNDAY, PL 21, 1921944

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SES IN COACHINGStudents Have Not Changed A Whit
In QuarterCentury, Bookseller Says'
Down State street way, a few according to a small sign is to be 5TAT[ SAFETY
Sdoorssouth of the Arcade, a mas- I found atop the stairs.
sive pair of oaken doors open on a If once climbs to the top, he finds
long, wide, bare expanse of steps the shop itself dimly lighted and ncit iiSession Will
which lead far up until finally they Alled with mysterious shadows. RESULT IN TEST
are lost in a dark gloominess. And there, working industri- AUTOS
EXTENSIVE PROGRAM Except in the worst of weather, ously among ceiling-high shelves
IN INTRAMURAL these doors are left standing open, Ifilled thick with ponderous tomes, WILL CONVENE Al
ACTIVITIES and casual passersby often glance the proprietor, Charles E. Barthell,
up wondering what sort of place1 '00, may be found. LANSING, April 20.-T
TO DIRECT STAFF this Barthell's Book store is which A cold, ancient fireplace intensi- automobiles in the state
tCA fies the gloom of the room, and nuit lud bra
A rlflrLIPF Prlts[[DELIPEg'front of this Mr. Barthell was will- eing11and sound sig
irBeamralbe ports Building MflU[ing to reminisce of days gone by. forecast today when
First Time "How long have I been here? Not F'red W. Green, chairman
very long; only about 30 years." lgan Safety Council, issu
etion of the plans for sum- IAtwinkle gleamed in his eye. "Blt to members of that body
rses in athletic coaching, like only four or five.t ere April 26. The counci
edwasainiNvember, 188, that Ipolice chiefs, and insuranc
education, and adminis- f All Tax-Supported Schools Of State started my store where the Arcade tomobile club men. Th
has been made, according Will Send Delegates To is now," he continued. "I intended, c i s t

Modernistic Art Lacks Power To Affect
Standards Of Advertising, Says

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JOURNALISM CLASSES
1011D1 IQU TUI10fl OWD

U I I U U j Modernistic illustrations in pres-1

YOST
New Ini
Wi
Compl
mier cou
physical
tration r

Probably
OF
PRIL 26
est of all
for safety
ke, lights,
nals Was
Governor
of Mich-
ed a call
y to meet
l includes'
ce and au-
e traffic
ed to run
in every
cles," ex-

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ent-day advertising, while present-
ing an unusual bait to the eye, will
never become sufficiently prevalent
to remould our accepted standards
I of art in advertising in the opinion
of Prof. John L. Brumm of the
Journalism department. Modern-

advertisements, and inasmuch asj# UU LIOD il11IIIU I IILI
the very nature of perplexing, ab-
stract futurism prevents common,
cognizance, there, is slight prob- Consisting chiefly in special
ability that people can be educated articles and news stories of per-
to the point where modernism ennial interest, the third issue of
would gain sufficient standing to the Michigan Journalist, experi-
readjust the present standards of mental organ of the Journalism de-
commercial illustration. partment, made its appearance on
the ecamry uPs terda~v

to an announcement by Dean Ed- Training Session
ward H. Kraus of the Summer Se-
sign IEDMONSON WILL PRESIDE
These courses are planned to
satisfy the needs of those already Plans for a state-wide conference
on the training of secondary school
engaged in physical education and teachers, sponsored by the Admin-
coaching during the regular school istrative committee of the School
year and for others who may wish of Education to be held at the
to supplement the preparation al- Union Thursday morning, were an-
'eady received in colleges and pro- nounced yesterday by Dean J. B.
reareciedincoleesEdmonson of the education scho(4
fessional schools. I who will preside at the meeting. '
Embrace Important Problems All tax-suppoited higher institu-
Embracing all of the more im- tions as well as the private col-
portant problems of athletic train- leges throughout the entire state
ing, the courses are designed to fit have signified their intention of
in, me cometetldto sunertvfitesending representatives to the con-
men more competently to supervise ference. Members of the State De-
athletics and gymnastics in pre- partment of Public Instruction and
paratory schools and colleges. of the State Board of Education
The personnel of the staff of in- have been invited.
struction includes the following' Dr. W. W. Charters, director of.
Who are continuing at their posts the.Bureau of Research at Ohio
during the summer: Coach Fielding State university, the principal
H. Yost, Coach E. E. Wieman, Dr. speaker, will addre§s the conven-
George A. May, Prof. E. 'D. Mitehell, tion on "Trends in the Preparation
Prof. Stephen H. Farrell, Coach of Secondary School Teachers". Dr.
Ray L. Fisher, Coach George, F. I Charters' has recently made an ex-
Veenker, Coach C. B. Hoyt, Coach J. tensive investigation of teaoher
L. Blott, Coach Franklin C. Cap- training as published by the Com-
pon, Paul R. Washke, Dr. Clyde 'monwealth Fund.
Reynolds and Cassius Cahill. John "The Practices in Other States
Johnstone, athletic director of in the Certification of Secondary
Pontiac public schools, has also School Teachers" will be the sub-
been selected for the staff. ject of a talk, by Prof. George E.
Intramural Building Open 'Myers of the University. The ad-
The Intramural sports building, dress will be followed by an in-
for the first time, will be available formal discussion.
to all enrolled in the summer ses- Among the problems to be con-
sion. Similar plans were not real- sidered is the question of what-
ized last year because the building specific courses in education shouldI
was not completed in time. be required of teachers preparing
A novel.feature will be the con- for the secondary field.
aiction of a comprehensive pro-: Attempts will be made to for-j
gram of intramural activities under mulate plans to insure that inex-
the supervision of; Paul R. Washke, perienced teachers. be protected
issistant director of intramural from excessive work and unreason-
athletics. This program will in- able duties during their first year
clude competitive play such as ten- of teaching. The extent to which
nis, swimming, baseball, playground it would be possible for all of the
ball, golf, handball, squash rac- institutions of Michigan to have a
quets, and similar games adapted common program for the training
to midsummer, and a number of of secondary school teachers, and
nion-competitive, physically bene- consideration of measures to pre-
ficial and recreational activities. vent the flooding of Michigan high
The entire athletic plant is to be schools with inexperienced teach-
open to students. ers will also be discussed.

to stay only two years, but thirty from May 10 to June 30
have passed." Michigan community.
He enjoys his job in the store, he "Owners of motor vehi

j said, because it gives him much op-
portunity to make contacts with
students just entering their chosen
professions. Studying students is
an intriguing sport, he claimed. He1
likes to become acquainted with
boys, and then see what they do
when they grow up.
"Henry F. Ashurst, now a United
States senator from Arizona, is ant
old customer of mine," he said. "Elias,
Finley Johnson, former secretary
fof the Law faculty, now a justice
of the Supreme Court in the Phil-
lipine Islands, was another. Then
there's Guy Miller, famous Michi-
gan athlete before 1900, a Detroit
judge; a Rice Means, who used to
be a senator from Colorado."
The stiff collars and shoe-string
ties worn by students of 30 years
ago are no funnier than the slick-
ers of today, Mr. Barthell averred,
and students' personalities have
not changed a whit in the last
quarter century.

plained Secretary Goodwin, "willi
be given opportunity during the
test period to have cars inspected
without charge, in local official test
garages, and, in some cities, at
police street-side test stations. Cars
which within the law's definitions
are found to be unsafe will be re-i
qured to be put in safe condition.I
Cars not voluntarily offered for
inspection will be authoritatively
checked. Should owners contribute
to an accident owing to defective
equipment, material damage cov-
erage will not include police court
coverage. Owners, if any in Michi-
gan, who drive or authorize the
driving of unsafe cars during and
until expiration of the test period
will be subjected to penalties in
ratio to the vigilance of municipal,
county and state police. Adjust-
ments or repairs necessary to make
cars safe, ordered by owners, may
be charged for by official service
stations at the usual rate for such}
service."1

-.-'W p _______ -a_____________ , uhit t a yuwc u Jy.
ism in art appeals to the beholdersyA leading article is concerned
sense of the mysterious, it is rari . Rare Books with the enlargement of Ann
fled symbolism which hopes to! In Library Corridr.Arbor's water system, with particu-
Libray Coridorlar emphasis on the high cost of
please the sophisticated - the I treating the city's hard water.
pseudo-cultured, hence the ration- Valuable volumes from the rare Other stories deal with the Univer-
al act of spending money feels book room of the University library sity Extension department, and
slight influence through its agency. are now on display in the main cor- with numerous scientific, academic
"This new school of futurists and ridor of the library, evidencing and kindred interests of the Uni-
cubists who have entered the arena some of the best illustrating of versit.issue was published,tfy'the
of advertising view form .as an ab- ( modern work. The display was ar- curricula in journalism by the
straction, which when applied to ranged under the direction of Ella Owasso Argus-Press, cn e of 10
their work results in an abstruse f B. Hymans, curator of the rare Michigan newspapers cooperating
piece of symbolism-wholly without book room.'With the department, each one of
meaning to the beholder, unless by Some of the more important which has agreed to issue a number
I coincidence he regards it from the works on display are Spenser's of the paper.
same emotional basis as used by the Fairie Queen, which is elaborately The newspaper, which isissued
artist," he said. "Such a coinci- illustrated by Walter Crane. Every- by the department purely as a lab-
dence being rare, the chances for body's Pepys, the famous diary of oratory experiment designed for
the popular mind to grasp the sig- Samuel Pepys, is familiarly illus- students in jupealism, will have no
nificance of the illustration, or even trated by Ernest H.hShephard. Au- general cinculation but will be dis-
to observe any relationship between brey Beardsley is the ilustrator oftrbgen teraruatincutillandofi-
it and the article being advertised fa ysrnwnd "eMretributed to the faculties and offi-
,,eMalory's renowned "Le Mortecials of the University, as well as
are remote." D'Arthur," while Coleridge's vol- other newspapers throughout the
IThe successful use of highly mod- ume, "The Ancient Mariner," is state.
ernistic illustrations has thus been rather wierdly pictured by Gustave sa
confined to those publications which Dore.
are designed for the "ultra" classes Several volumes of poems wth un-I Jack Assures Club
-those who pride themselves upon usual illustrative decoration are in- Of Surprise SpeCh
a smattering of cultural back- cluded in the display. Tennyson fS p s pe
ground. It is highly incongruous to and Roessetti being so honored.
discover in the pages of the Satur- Many illustrations are still en- Promising a real surprise for all
day Evening Post an advertisement graved. who attend, Prof. Peter Monroe
obscured to the common eye by aj Jack, diminuitive major dome of
maze of converging, yet unrelated, UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO. I the Rhetoric department, refuses
planes representing, it is alleged, Students at the university here to disclose the title of the talk
the greater utility of a certain classified Anne Morrow, fiancee of which he is to give before the meet-
linoleum. Col. Charles. Lindbergh, as the av- ing of the Round Table club, this
This lack of popular appeal will erage, everyday American woman. afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in room
prevent manufacturers from buying "Not beautiful, but a lot of person- 306 of the Michigan Union. All in-
modernistic illustrations for their ality," was the verdict rendered. terested are welcome to attend.

NEW HAVEN, Conn.-As a result,' NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY.
of a questionnaire recently distrib- i A student found a book of arrest
uted to the Yale seniors, it was slips which an officer had lost here
established that they preferred Phi and filled out the slips with names
Beta Kappa keys to major "Y" let- of university professors. who ap-
peared in court the next morning
ters. Incidentally Lindbergh was wondering for what misdemeanor
their most admired man. . they had been summoned.
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