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mY, NOV. 19, 1939
McClusky Charges There Is Lack
Of Capable Child Psychiatrists
Little .rospect OfR emedy
(By The Associated Press) For Situation, Professor
Black Lgi on Declares In Editorial
Killings Suspected Prof. Howard Y. McClusky of the
School of Education declares that
DETROIT, Nov. 18.-(IPy-Attor- teei eiielc f"op-
neys avoided mentioning the name of there is a definite lack of "compe-
the Black Legion in selecting a jury tent psychologists and child psy-
today for the trial of five alleged chiatrists" in an editorial which will
members of the hooded society on appear in the bulletin issued by the
charges of shooting to death Silas education school this week. He adds!
Coleman, 45, a Negro, "just for, the that there is little prospect that this!
hell of it." situation will be remedied at present,
William E. Dowling, assistant but when it is, the present experts will
prosecutor, asked veniremen: be the leaders and many more per-
"Do you belong to any organiza- sons will be engaged in various types
tion that inflicts mental or physical of this work.
punishment on its members as a dis- Professor McClusky brings forth
ciplinary measure?" another interesting fact when he
Six of the first, 14 veniremen ques- states that the layman classes these
tioned were women. Mrs. Eulah Cole- clinics as morbid affairs and there-
man, widow of the slain man, was fore loses this valuable service.
listed among the state's 26 witnesses. These clinics aim to arrange the
personality in accordance with the
Fifty Adrift prevention of disorder and the en-
On Ice Floe hancement of well-being. The best
time for these clinics to operate on
WINNIPEG, Nov. 18.-(AP)-More the individual, according to most au-,
constructive the psychiatrists must
have large masses of detailed data,
and Professor McClusky points out
that the schools, with their large en-
rollments of pupils from all groups
and types of society are in an ex-
cellent position to provide psycho-
logical clinics with the desired in-
formation. The schools are also in
an excellent position to control thel
environment of the pupil, Professro
McClusky states, but he adds that
they do not realize this fact.
It is the hope of Professor Mc-:
Clusky that the teachers of the fu-
ture will be trained to cope with this
new task through new methods
erviee Is Seen
ginian Says Proposed
chool Project To Lead
o Better Conditions
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development of the personality. The
implication here is an agreement
with all the modern methods used in y
the attempt to reduce the conditions
which breed crime, he said.
However, to accomplish anything 2rrfE NAT/oNAL 5SAWrrCOOK1.1
CIassifed Dire ctor4
lerstein explained, was that the'
schools must be brought within a 50-
mile radius of the officials so that
they may attend regularly. For this
reason zones have been established
in both Virginia and New York, he
said. At first, he added, the officials
were rather cynical of the benefits
of the schools, but, after they had
joined and had appeased their curi-
osities realizing the personal and ad-
ministrative benefits to be derived
from the schools, the officers gave
the "finest sort of cooperation."
This training, however, Mr. Wal-
lerstein emphasized, is taken upon
the officials' time and not upon the
public's. The help of the universi-
ties and faculty men is received, he
explained, in general aid in teaching
officials how to instruct in the
schools, they a'lso help in arranging
the courses. But the relationship is
not as close as between the Univers-
ity of Michigan and the Michigan
Municipal League, of which Har-
old D. Smith is director as well as
being the director of the Bureau of
Governments in the University.
The program to be adopted in
Michigan after Dec. 1, headed by
James W. Parry, pioneer worker in
vocational training who will use the
experience of such men as Mr. Wal-
lerstein in establishing these schools,
will provide for the transportation of
University faculty men to groups of
municipal officials throughout the
state as well as the attendance of
government heads in Ann Arbor for
periods of instruction.
Although Virginia established thisl
school system three years ago, Mich-
igan municipalities were certainly
not backward, Mr. Wallerstein em-
phasized, for during this time their'
League here has been developing
other services in which Virginia is
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