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Here is how the country stands on the liquor question. The sale of spirits would be permissible imme-
diately upon repeal in 19 states. Liquor sales may become possible by act of the legislature repealing or
modifying existing statutes in 16 others. In the remaining 13 states another repealer by the people will be
necessary before liquor sales are permissible. Of these 13 Ohio votes on the issue today.

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"A person who plans an environ-
ment for a very young child probably
has more things to take into account,
more possibilities of doing damage,
more responsibility for the whole
child than does the teacher of the
older child," he said.
Saying that each level of education,
should require teacher training of a
high order, Prof. Olson recommended
longer programs of training, with
at least four years beyond the high
school. Teachers' salaries must be
increased to warrant professional
preparation, however, he said.
Elementary school children should
be given practice in co-operation
rather than be made to feel that they
are under the authority of a teacher,
who rules by strength of maturity or
by sheer brute force, he said.
Many persons assembled for the
Parent Education Institute this past
week claimed that we are shifting
from a competitive to a co-operative
society, Professor Olson said.
As methods of co-operation be-
come effective in the schools educa-
tion will revolve around child inter-
'ests and child activities, with pur-
poses capable of being perceivedby
children, he said.
'Children will confer more with'
each other. They will make plans to-
gether. They will help each other.
There will not be the same premium
eon competition. Marks will disap-
pear.
"The teacher is then placed more
in the relationship of an expert and
:consultant in the management of en-
vironment and in the securing of ma-
terials. She is cast to a larger extent
in the role of an acute observer of
means of its modification through
joint action rather than through im-
posed authority," he stated.

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Olson Outlines
EducationPlan
In Radio Talk
A Longer Training Period
And Higher Salaries For
Teachers Recommended
"Younger children do not need less
vell trained teachers- they need
difierently trained teachers," Prof.
Willard C. Olson of the education
chool, director of research in child
development, declared in -a parent
hour radio talk Sunday.

Kipke Flashes His Ideas
On Defensive Football
(Continued from Page 3)
exclusion of building an offense to
please the customers when he says,
"The defense in football is definitely
overpowering the attack."
Everyone knows that the team
having the ball uses signals to call
offensive plays, but few know that
Michigan's team when on defense
also has specific plays that are called
by the center, in this case Chuck
Bernard, before each play, so that
the line can be drawn in close when
Bernard foresees a line play, or play
wide when a pass is anticipated.
Kipke's description of pass de-
fense is particularly interesting after
last Saturday's almost fatal demon-
stration at Champaign. He frankly
admits that it is almost impossible
to build a perfect pass defense
against an accurate heayer. Listen:
"A successful passing game fills me
with a greater dread than a pink
toothbrush. The most uncomfortable
moments of my saintly and pious life
were the last eight minutes of the
Harvard game in 1929 - Barry Wood
started throwing short passes and
twice he carried the Crimson club
almost the length of the field." Kipke
calls those last eight minutes. "The-
last eight hours of the Harvard
game" - Probably he will call the
last 15 minutes. of this year's Illinois
game "the last 15 days of the Illinois
game" and give a detailed descrip-
tion of how his brown thatch of hair
turned grey, inch by inch.

ON SHOES

'Aircraft Essay
Contest Plans
Are Announced
The Boeing Aircraft Corp. has an-
nounced plans for their aeronautical
scholarships for 1934, according to
word just received by the engineering
college. Four scholarships totaling
$7,500 are given annually to qualified
engineering students.
The basis of competition is a 3,000
word essay on some suitable aero-
nautical subject. These essays, which
must be sent in on or before April 1,
1934, will be judged by a board of
engineers. Competition is opeh to
undergraduate students in all col-
leges in the country.
Flight Instr action
Local Passenger Flights
special Charter Trips
Airline Reservations
ANN ARBOR
AIR SERVICE
Municipal Airport
4320 South State
I Day Phone 9270
Night Phone 7739

For the next two
New Fall Shoes at-

weeks we are offering 750 pairs of
$390 -$4.90-and $5.90 a pair.

Save $1.00 to $2.00 a pair:: Men's and Women's Styles
CAMPUS BOOTERY

SOUTH STATE STREET

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Never before have there been so
inany pressures upon the schools, the
colleges and the universities to mold
them to a pattern, to soft pedal their
researches into living realities to tell
them what they may and may not
say. - President Glenn Frank of
Wisconsin.

ODD TROUSERS
taken from Suits
Special $4.95
WORSTEDS and CHEVIOTS
Let us match your suit.
Corduroy Slacks
$3.50 and $3.95
in All Shades
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50c and 75c
Plain and Fancy
Interwoven Hose
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Now It's
Overcoat
Time!
B ALLY-ROOK Fleece
-that different fab-
ric with all the necessary
warmth but without the
bulky heavy weight of
most overcoating.
* Double-breasted with
full belt...
* Double-breasted with
half belt ...
" Single-breasted with
half belt ...
* Double-breasted with
raglan sleeves ...
* Single-breasted with
raglan sleeves.

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WE DOWUR PART
Notice!

In accordance with the Retail-
ers code, Class B, this store will
be open from 8:30 to 5:30 daily,
Saturday until 9:00 p.m.
Employees in this store are
working 44 hours per week.

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