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5, 1931

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Q~fR n SEX 1N FERFERES WITH ED UCA TION

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Review.

Statutes
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.iuert schloars in
mle the June is-
an Law Review,

n. Z. Evans, dean of the Law,
of the University of. Ken-
has contributedl a study of
tutory survival of tort claims
.d against executors and ad-
ra1tos.Dia~n Evans has dealt

one

.e various state' statutes on
vival of actions after death
of the parties.
E. Smythe Gambrell, of
University, discusses the
of "Lay Encroachmnents on
;al Profession." In his ar-
;Qfs p amprell treats the
day situation wherein col-
agncies and~ title and trusta
es en g in the practice

COLUMBIA PROQFE$SSOR DECLARES
9pisfrqct~on , Explais /l1noU1atof ::alr-l thatamatuire citizen has
'of Thme Allotted for learnedl," hie caus, t a: been ac-
Couse.quired eithe r before adolescence or
Average Core fter its storm and stress."
Children. learn best of all accord-
(Speial o Th !)a1r)ing to Professor Pitkin. "Boys and
NEW YORK, June 3.-Sex is the girlsa in 'the fifth and sixth gradesl
predomzinant interest of so many of grammar school read much more
colleg~e students, especially those at- i than high school students," he says,
t en di ng co-educational institu- "and they spell better, show more
stdspontaneous interest in finding out
tions, that its distraction from stud ew facts and take books more ser-
ies principally "explains the tre- J., ,y" than do their fellow stu-
mend~ous time allowed for the' ct- h have reached the years
learning of a typical college cours.e, " . eeomn
Prof. Walter..p. Pitkin, of Cohilumbia thwa-rts the learner, eca yb°-
university, declares in his new book, t'wecen iuhe si teenth_ and1tiet-
"The Art of Learninr.g," publishedcfirst yars," the author states, "and
today. =the1law of cupid, who stealds so mach
"Many college studlents waste four o thez youthful learners' mental
years simply becausethycan t ce1cen{rt ionis 'Never think, obey
keep their minds off sex lures," ,tha<1t implulse.' "
Professor Pitkin states, adding that j _ __-
"in co-educational schools this isCav DaiReun
at its worst." According to the au- , ,-Vir ai Rf4'
thior, "productive scholarship rela-1j Fr E uropean Tip
tive to the attendance in co-educa-
tional schools is exceedingly low, Fiit .ln4skolonCSt
even contemptible at times, and the
social advantages of throwing hot WreTa ee
youths in with hot maids probably lrfCli ,Dvs ertr
do not outweigh the intellectual Prf aix avsseety
stunting." of the School of Education, return-
"Mlany a bright girl," the Prof es- ed to Ann Arbor last Wednesday,
srcontinues, "g'iggles heir sexy after a four-moniths' tour of E~urope
way through college, learning less adteMdtraen i is
thantha decimal o fwhatn, hismight,
taadeiaofwasemgtvaaini26but for her flirting' and erotic fid- icio n2years with the Uni-
gets. Many a clever boy receives versity.
his sheepskin after four years off Leaving New Yfork on Feb. 3 on
futility and necking parties, during the steamer le de France, he and
which h1e has not even learned how Mrs. Davis visited a nuamber of ports
to be a wholesom~e male."onteMderaa.Thyis
Frmthe teachers point of viewo h eieraen hyds
according to Professor Pitkin, theemakdt Suh ponndvs
(later year:s of high school and the ited Engla nd, France, German y,
entire college period are probably and a number of other European
the poorest of all for 1earnin , save countries. They returned on the
only the 'closipg decade of life.
"Adults learn better than do col-EmrsofBian
lege students," he declares, "and "Economic conditions in England
stud1ents who "spend four years in seem worse than they are here,"
any institutionl of learning cover cominented Professor Davis, "Taxes
no' more intellectual content than are high and the people are pessi-
a fairly jealous anid able person of mistic. France did not appear so
30 or 40 might complete, even more
thoroughly, in five or six months of hard hit as some of the countries.
sustainedlstudy: Fully nine-tenths Italy is really looking up.

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Tody'sRadiHo Progr~amls
(Ea. tern Standard Time)

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Dedicating tonight's program to
the Portlandt Rose festival, the
RK.O. T'hea-tre of the Air will have
as guest artist s Peter Hligg;ins, Mar-
garet S hilling , Doeckwl, Judgei~r
Walter A. Evan -s, and the ivrit
of Oregon Rh-:Jlythmui Boys, wi 111a
orchestra munder ithe direction of
Milton Schwa rtzwald on the sus-
taining progra)m. This broadcast is
a National Br oadcasting comipany
servce omig trough its tqtons,
WWJWT VIandWGYat9:30,
CollgeasndswillI be featured on
thei Cliquot club ) graduatiioni pro-1
gra m tonight over Stations VVW,1
WOYA', and WDAF at 8 o'cloc-. 1Helen
Carlin, as the guest artist, will sin
several numberc-,s on a program of
songs, incluAding; "Betty Co-ed,"
"Yale 3oola Poola," "He Ain't Neveri
Been in College," a medley of other
college tunes, "You Can Bet, Your
Life It's Love," and "Notre :Dame
Victory March."
Ethel Waterrssar of thl , all-
colored revue, '"'hapsody 'in?,BlaJk,"
now on the stage in New York, will
be heard on the "Bits of the Thea-
tre" program with Cosmo Hlamilton1
as the master of ceremonies. WEAF
will handle the broadcast exclusive-
ly at 5:3C o'clock.

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ors; John Sc le, brit~one; Darrell
Woodyardi, bass; F, ank Banuta and-
Miltcn Rewttnb-jr-, piano cduo;avnd
,,an orchestra i~udr the dirct°lion of
RLos- a .o Bourdon.

1:35--BRITIiH OPEN cGOLF FINALS -
WXYZ. WOKO, 1WFii3
4:30-Rory'Atwefl's Tide W{pa n--WEAN,
WOKO, WKBW
E TEL-! W\iA T ERS of "Rhapsody inj
B I,;:"-WFAF
5:4 5-LITFTLE JA.CK LITTLE--WEAF, WO.Y
6.C{0_-Major Bowev's Fami-ly -WJ,r' WE A: ,
Kate Smith n ld her Swaiie rMusic--
6:15-St. Morti rhsr-F3,WLF3W,
6:35--F7ina;l :baseball scores-WIJ R
6:45--Morton Downey and Anthionry Wons-
I7:00---Jessia Draqooncte --- WW4J, WTAM,
KYW
7:30-DON AZPIAZU and his Havana orches-
S tra-WJ:'
Dutch hiasters"-4M--WXYZ, KMO'X, WVFBM
'0-.Heleni Carlin in Clitruot club - WVJ,
WGY0 , WRAF
Billy Jones and Ernie Hare - KOKA,
WJ R, KYW
,1:30-Armnour prograrn---WJR, KYW, WLW
LEO R'EISM;AN7,= orchestra on Pond's
dance progrann--WGY, WRAF, WER
9:00-Dr. Karl Menninger, psychiatrist-WJR3,
KDKA, WREN
Cnuntess Albani, soprano--WWJ, WGY,
W TAMIb
ANNETTE HANSHAW, Eugene Or-
mandy's orchestra - WXYZ, KMOX,
WEAN
9:30-R.K.O. Theatre of the Air - WWJ,1
WTAM, WGY
The March of Time - WXYZ, KMOX,
WFBL
10:00-FLETCHER HENDERSON and his or-
chestra-WXYZ. KMIOX, WFB3L
10;30--VINCENT LOPEZ and his orchestra-,
WWJ, WTAM
Hollywood Gardens orchestra-WABC,
WORC
1.1.:00--PAUL WHITEMAN and his orchestra--
WGY, WEAF, WRAF
T:al Henry and rut orchestra-WEAR,
KOKDA,"AWREFN
;,eorcjc Olsen and his orchestra--WXYZ,
WJFlL
J13-H(nry Busse and his orchestra-WLW,
WOaAf-~WREN
Larry Funk and his orchestra--WTAM,
W~SM
12:00--Fcllx Fcrdinando and his orchestra -
WABC

Musetom - cretT
ASE TORESISTER;
____Geneva Sminthe, recruit dairct
$lashop Urges Those Intreted the Michigan Audubon society
to Intntonsecretary at theivesiy ,i
tSignify Itninumns, and will be ditibtdair
Imimediately the junior members of that soc
TO LIMIT CLASS TO 50 A feature of the book is acl
lis ht o iso f outheatern
gan madle'by Norman A. Wood,
Students interested in registering &ator of birds in the University
for the first year of library sciencer seumri.of zoology. The list is
are requested to signify their in- tqo be h.polycomnplete oneco
tendo as rl r Dr.mil ind, ever made.
tetin s ary a, possible, Dr i- The handbook is the. result
li mn W. Bishop, librarian and head collection of all the mimneogra'
of the department. said yesterday. pamphle;ts of the last sixy
"ZThecnumb er olfafrst-yearsStu- which :Miss Smithe i~e n
dents in this department wili be enable the junior~ members.to
definitely limiteci to K)," Dr. Bishop come better acquainted with bI
:stated, "and any Michigan students of this locality'.
who are interested should immedi-
ately confer with Dean. Effiniger of The average, Canadian eats aL
the literary college and also with On~e-9uarter of a pound more ca
a representative of this depart- a 'yar than does the avrg
ment." dent of the United States, says
"Many applications have been re- department of commerce.
ceivedl from students in other uni-
for Michigan graduates to DIVEW~AY
have the first opportunity for en L
trance, they should take this means PE BL
of placing their names on the list.
Selections will be made July 1, but,1 ILLINS.
the total number will be far ex-
ceeded by that time, so the import- GRAVEL COMPANY
ance of registering early cannot be Telephone 7112
over-emphasized." _______________

law.
'State Utilitiles and the Supreme'
curt" is the subject of an 'article
Prof.. homa~s R. Powell, of the
rvard L a w school. Professors
well describes the attitude. taken
the' Unite~d States Supreme
urt in adjudicating questions in-
lvingthpoe of a, state to limn-
the activities of public utilities.'
:tudec4t haemb~rs of the Law Re-
w boa~rd h ve"rwrtt9~ the Note I
dcomment' section, as well asI
reports on recent important~
visions.
;:eviews of new book~s in the legal
d have been written by Profes-
,s Aigler, Holbrook, Tr~acy and
rfee of t~he Law sc9hool., as well
by member ofthe' faculties of
Ler institutions.
edleskj ay Fn
for 'Basball' Gaime
hargeci with operating' punch
rds and a gam'e, known as "base,
T" in the M'ichigan Bowling' Al-
y s, Ben'Jamin Shedlfeski~ 1405
mry street, was fined $25, and
;ts of $4.45 yesterday by Judge
H. Payne, although he .ple adeox
guilty to the offense.

A choice gathering of singers will
appear before the microphone to
present the Cities Service program
tonight at 7 o'clock. over WWJ,
WTAM, and KYW. Jessica Dragon-
ette, featured artist on the series
of broadcasts will be heard with
Leo O'Rourke, Robert Stevens, ten-,
Mac' sTaxi
35C Anywhere in I
City.
10c for each addi-
tional passenger.
Phone 4289
We Solicit Y''our.
Patronag

DANCING

12:30-Dave Abramns and his orchestra-WABCI

Grarngers bal1room

SPECIAL
ROSES

Tonite

Per Doz.

SURPRISE FEA TUt1RES
"Gene Burhan's" Patch of Blue Band

rFRATERNITY EW R

PARTY FAVORSI

ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
CARL F. PAY'

University Fl ower
Shop, Inc.
Phone 6030 229 S. State
We Deliver

Dancing 9'1~
Dancing Spatwrgy ike 94

JEWEL)6R

AND OPTOMETRIST
Nickels Arcade

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