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SHALTAH bout Books...I
IThe, olowing facsilide of an early re- merciful panning herelsted, the latest quota
L i vi Tew of Resets' azlymtioi i furnished to tion for a first edition of the collected poems
'the >oily through theemortcsy of the loon of John heats was placed at :>o ooo by Dautber
I IY P ICI League of Aerm York City. The and Pine.Thefacsimile iere printed is one of
r eviewas published here a phred in the uar- many early etiews that wil be included in a
T. L. Purdom Gives Statistics tery review ofse tebe r, i s, and was fortheoiiing publicat inof the League.
Showing Effect of Outside iwitten by \ilialn (itluu r . In >jpte of the un- --. 1<. K.


Activity of Students.

ART. VI.-:!dynfon: A Poetic Romance.
London. 18 18. pp. -707.

By John Keats.,



EVIEWERS have been sometimes accused of not reading the e
Muskegon High School Princi- R orks hich they affected to criticise. Ont the present occasion
pal Says Paternalism Is Cause we shall auticipate the author's complaint, antd honestly confess that o
EofEvils in Education s we have not read his work. Not that we have been wanting in our 1
ofduty--far frbm it-indeed, we have made efforts almost as super.
"Figures now are being compiled human as the story itself appears to be, to get through it; but i
by the Bell Telephone company, with the fullest stretch of our perseverance, %ye are forced to con- t
concerning th~ie comparative success fess that we have not been able to struggle beyond the first of the e
of college graduates working, for four books of which this Poetic Romance consists. We should ex.
them, serve, to illustrate that ex- tremely lament thius want of energy, or whatever it may be, on our,
tra-curricular student activities, parts, were it not for otie consolation-namely, that we are no better
both in high school and college, are acquainted %ith the meaning of the book through wuhich we have r
undermining and destroying our so painfully toiled, than wn are with that of the three which we
whole system of scholarship in ed- have not looked into. e
ucation," yesterday declared T. Lu- It is not that Mr. Keats, (if that be his real name, for we almost !
ther Purdom, director of the Uni- doubt that any man in his senses would put his real niame to such a a
versity Bureau of Appointmentsps
and Occupational Information, in rhapsody,) it is not, e sa, that the author has not powers of an r
addressing a capacity audience of guage, rays of fancy,and gleams of g ius-lie has all these; but he
schoolmasters at the Administra- is unhappily a disciple of the new school of what has been some. !
tive Teachers' conference in the where called Cockney poetry; which may he defined to consist of
Union. the most incengruotis ideas in the most uncouth language.
In continuing his keynote speech I y ,,,_........ .... ,.,,..w...,,.sa.....,;;,,**
to the session on student outside any
activities, statistics compiled in the one should be bold enough to purchase this 'Poetic Romance,'and
Bell report were given to show that 80 much more patient, than ourselves, as to get beyond the first
only 18 per cent of "successful" em ok, and so much more fortunate as to find a meaning, we entreat
plyespar ticat e in extrga-cur- him to make us acquainted with his success; we shall then retucm
ricular activities in college, while 44ur
per cent of the "unsuccessful" em- to the task which we now abandon in despair, and endeavourt,
ployees had been active in college nake all due aumends to MIr. Keats a;d to our readers.
outside of assigned work. --
McKown Opposes Purdom.
Prof. Harry C. McKown, of the the Point of View of the High SYRIAN EDUCATOR
University of Pittsburgh, took a School Principal," was the topic re- TO LECTURE HERE
view on the question opposed to viewed by George A. Manning, prin-
that of Purdom, although admitting cipal of Muskegon High School. Marie Kessab, head of a women's
that "certain distracting influences Manning attempted to conciliate school in Beirut, Syria, will give an
prevalent in high school and col- gsho nBiu, yiwl iea
lege activities form a problem to'the two views, stating in his sum- illustrated talk this afternoon at
be faced and analyzed by every mary that, "After all, the whole 4:15 o'clock in the Natural Science
teacher." Professor McKown, how- question depends on the individual auditorium on the subject, "The
everesmaintaineddthat the socialdual.New Women of the Arab World."1
ever maitaind tat te soialIf left to himself, the student will
and professional development ob-I The lecture, sponsored by the Arab
tained overbalanced these disad- usually strike a happy balance. It; Students' Union, will be open to
vantages "found in all kinds of is the over-interference and peda- the public.
naturally enjoyable employment." gogy of the teacher that is largely Miss Kessab was connected with
Following a further discussion of responsible for the present distorted he British Syrian chool befo e the
statistics, it was agreed that par-suetniosccrgexa- war, but since then has establish-
ticipation in dramatics, extra-cur- student notions concerning extra- ed her own institution to take the
ricular societies, and athletics were curricular activities, place of a German school that has
the activities proving most fatal to London's General Post remained closed since the war. Un-
student scholarship Duringthis Office has der her regime, mhany progressive
discussion, Purdom stated that declared that new hats will be is- measures have been introduced; in
"There is a common idea to the ef- sued to women mail carriers, of fact hers is a thoroughly up to date
fet that athletics are a great moralhich there are about 1,000 in the school with modern methods.
influence to youth. In several years Icountry districts of England. For The students of Miss Kessab's
of experience as a football coach, I years the postwomen have worn school have been attracted from
have neyver seen athletics exert any old mushroom shaped hats, no many parts of the Near East, so the
recognizable moral influence at all matter what the season. These are material for the ,speaker's discus-
on students, except perhaps to give to be discarded in favor of smart sion of Arabian women should be
some of them wrong ideas." new hats of blue felt, jauntily drawn from a representative stu-
"Extra-curricular Activities from turned up on the left side. dent group.
h I!

r TrR M LEXINGTON, Ky. April O R S 25-Vic- ty, using, defamatory language in
. U 4Ufor in a fight he waged virtually
AS JE~iII [ unaded,;;v1 o 1'offense of which he was found guil-
unaided, Rev. Julius Arnold Velas- defence of his action in marrying
Ten Are Saved in Fire AboardI co, rector of St. John's Episcopal a Catholic."
church at Dayton, Ky., today faced In the Christ church cathedral
Freighte r Th anes' n only an admonition by his bishop parish house where the hearing was
Lteg sjap4d'Sound. for his marriage to a Catholic and ;held the petite blond woman in the
its aftermath.
(BY' assciatedPress) The 31-year-old minister, whose case sat unsmiling the two days, by
STAMFORD, Conn., April 25 - romance led up to a two-day battle special permission of the court. The
Sixteen members of the crew of the before an ecclesiastical court here bishop, who, it was testified,
Long island sud freighter Tham- to retain his church orders, con- brought Mr. Velasco to his diocese
eplying from Npw Yor'k to fridge-! ferred last year only a few months last year from Mtaryland, where the
es, yr-I before he married Catherine Rog- young rector then was a deacon,
port, which burned Thursday night l ers of Baltimore, was acquitted on ( did not attend. ,
off here, were missing today. Ten Thursday night on the major ac- The rector and his bride of threet
were saved. cusations filed against him by a dio- months returned Thursday night to
Nnoftetnwrtae tocese committee. I his tiny parish in the northern
Conducting his own defense, the Kentucky suburb, across the Ohio
providence by the steamer Lexing- rector forced from prosecution wit- river from Cincinnati, for minis-
ton and one was picked up by an nesses the admission that he violat- tering to which he receives a $2,000
oyster boat and rejoined his family ed no church law. le won a verdict a yeas salary.'
in Bridgeport from the court of fellow ministers Formal charges of having failed
The bulk of the craft, blackened that cleared him of charges that he to carry out the agreement to re-
byThre, wk on ah ref, svennd violated an agreement to resign if sign his charge if he should marry
by fire, was on a reef seven hund- he married a Catholic and that he the Catholic girl he was known to
ed yards off Toes po. t on the denied his bishop, Rt. Rev. H. P. love were filed against Mr. Velasco
Almon Abbott, the right to enter a native of Key West, Fla., several
Although the water edge for mil- his parish after the breach between weeks ago after he and Bishop Ab-
es was searched this morning and them bott had clashed.
a coast guard patrol boat cruised Opposing him were two veteran In several hours on the stand,
about the sound no trace of the attorneys, acting for the prosecu- explaining his position and refer-
missing mien was found. tion. He might have been suspend- ring the while to himself as "the'
The fire swept the vessel, from E ed oreven unfrocked, under section defendant" and "Velasco"-- the
which also there were several small 1 of church canon No. 28, which ap- young rector brought out that he
explosions during the night and plied to his case. The verdict call- did sign the agreement, which he
there seemed little possibility of ing for admonition by the bishop said was drawn up a few hours be-'
salvage of cargo or equipment. was the lightest possible for the fore his ordination.f

W. J. Emmons Directs Commit-
tee Meeting of Oil Experts;
Report Is Prepared.
Meeting of the road oil commit-
tee of the American Society for
Testing Materials was held here
Thursday when a number of lead-
ing engineers from all parts of the
country met with Prof. Walter J.
Emmons, of the highway engineer-
ing department, to discuss general
At the last meeting of the com-
mittee, of whiclh Prof. Emmons is,
chairman, specifications for road
oil were prepared and submitted
to the state highway departments
throughout the country. Thursday
replies from the specifications were
discussed and modifications made.
song contest to obtain more songs
embodying the spirit and tradition
of the college is being conducted by
Excalibur, senior activity honor-
'ary. Two loving cups will be offer-
ed as prizes.








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