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THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1928 PAGE THREE

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UK(1 TOR MOST WOMEN STUDENTS DO NOT EXERCISE
SAS [ AO WOENOUGH, SAYS DOCT OR SAPPINGT ON
I TERnE T "Women students in summer school her mind, she's too tired to go out
are making the serious mistake of for a game of tennis or golf."
neglecting their health by not getting "And another thing, she's always
Prof. Stephenson Talks At High enough exercise," was the statement trying to economize and manage to
School On ow To Judge Teach- of Dr. Edith Sappington, assistant go to Europe during her vacation, so
Scool O Ho TJude Tephysician for women at the Health she does all her own work at home
ing Of Social Studies Service. besides holding down a good day job.
"I don't think that they neglect it Naturally she has little time to waste
ATMOSPHERE lMPORTANT deliberately, and I haven't a doubt on sports. If only she would realize
but what they would be very indig- that she's saving money at the ex-
"Boys and girls have a right to en- nant if they were accused of doing pense of her nervous system."
joy their school experiences," declar- such a thing, but they let everything "The important thing about this
ed Prof. Orlando Stephenson in his else push aside their need for exer- exercise is that it be taken outdoors
lecture on "How To Judge the Qual- cise. They feel that they have no I don't think I can stress that enough.
ity of Teaching the Social Studies" time to devote to recreation, but if Most of the women in summer school
delivered at 4:00 o'clock Tuesday they only realized how important re- dance, and many do housework, and
afternoon in the auditorium of the creation was from 'a health stand- while these may be very strenuous
University High School. "They point, they would make time for it." forms of exercise they are only en-
should be taught in a way that is in- "The majority of women on Cam- ervating, and not stimulating. Out-
terestingl and with lequipment anid pus now are teachers and it seems door exercise is stimulating, and
materials that will incite their in- to me that they above everyone else strengthening.
terest." in the professional and business "I think the women on campus1
The lecture was begun with a world should be able to get plenty of would enjoy riding immensely. Some'
sketch of the impressions that the exercise. Their hours are shorter people say that when you go riding,
speaker had received in a class that than those of most people in the pro- the horse does all the exercise, but
was conducted in a Michigan school. fessions, and the constant nervous my advise to them would be to try
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News From Other Colleges

IOWAS
Haydn's "The Creation" will be
sung by the university summer cho-
rus of 150 member's.
A "bird walk" :at 5 o'clock every1
Saturday .morning is a feature of the
summer session here.
At the mid-summer commencement
exercises tomorrow 261 degrees are
to be conferred, 176 advanced and
85 bachelor degrees. The number of1

candidates for the master's degree
is nearly double the number in June.
WISCONSIN
Owiniers of girls' rooming houses
are protesting again'st the use of one
of the men's dormitories by women
during the summer session.
Total enrollment in this, the thir-
tieth annufal summer session here.
is 5,074.

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The students were not interested in
their work, and, furthermore, there
was nothing in the questions asked
them or in the equipment in the room
that could possibly give them any
reasons for paying, attention," said
Professor Stephenson.
"One of the first things for a super-
visor or principal to notice when he
enters a classroom is the general at-
mosphere of the place," he went on.
"By this I do not mean the active
physical or mental atmosphere, but
the attitude or feeling of the chil-
dren toward getting the work done.
Do they show a spirit of responsibility
and pleasure in the way they go about
their studies? This spirit will mani-
fest itself most, if it is present, when
the teacher is gone."
"The next thing to look for is the
kind and extent of the equipment
that is used to aid and illustrate the
teaching," the. lecturer stated. "In
this connection I might add that it is
a very good idea . to try to get the
pupils themselves to contribute to
this equipment by bringing in models,
and pictures, and all other things that
might be a help in the study of a
subject. This gives them a feeling
of co-op'eration, and they will pay
strict attention and show great in-
terest thruout that particular study."
COOLED COMFORT AT THE
NOW THRU SAT.
GEORGE
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strain, and expenditure of energy in
the class room makes recreation es-
sential. I know that they would be
less nervous and irritable and would
have more endurance if they could
arrange their daily program to in-
clude an hour or two of healthy, out-
door exercise."
"More and more business men and
women are becoming convinced of the
importance of exercise and large
numbers of them are taking up golf,
and other outdoor sports. The teach-
er, however, is always obsessed with
the idea that she is holding the world
up on her shoulders, and after she's

it a little and see if its so easy."
Tennis is good for the younger wom-
en, but it is one of the fastest games
in the field of women's sports, and
most doctors place its age limit at
thirty.
Women in summer school seem
particularly enthusiastic about golf,1
and as always in the summer there
is also a decided interest in swim-
ming. Natural dancing courses, such
as are being offered now in Barbour
Gymnasium are also splendid exer-
cise from a stand point of health
and for anyone with a keen appre-
ciation of music I shold think this
would be particularly good."

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Nature has expended her utmost to furnish a place for
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