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THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE

SUNDAY, JUNE 4, 1922

- LL 7J 'din he fortes in education,. Even tw en language usevd to express facts, We are in the ntidst of tite
TlP /11 + in the wit techer fre a(]tar better in- ad pturposes and that which amtoutsto greatest intelectaal revoltttion that
Mq Inlormtedltitan they are, it would be no to no more than a pious ejaculationt, a has ever overtaken mankind. Our
.I .1 Keasy thing to cultivate in the young saave and deprecating gesture, or an! whole conception of mind is under-
(toortonnecd tromt Page 3) a justifiable admiration for the inferential accusation directedt againstI going a change. We are heginning to
tat: "Me-n have extperimented wvitt arhieventents and traditional ideals of the opposing party, thse yottth shotuldI understattd its natutre, a0(1 50 we fintd
radical thteorics in great antismtatiltankittotatnt at fte satme titne develop be instructed itt fite titeory and pinc- j utImtore, intelligence tmay be raised
r irs imos withtonumtttber and at- :tttc requtisite ktnowledge of prevailing! tics of ltarty fitdelity attt the effects to a recognized dignity attd effective-
was laswt oopeeftsr.atuses, cttlpable stttpidity, cttmnton ot partisanship onthie conutot o f a ottr' te~swhich it haos never ettjoyed before.
'Piney o.re tot ttew ;ttey are otot. Each dishonesty. snot empty ptoliticatlooun- governtoental affairs. * *0 ?Au etouooraging beginning has been
failtuetoas(dem5ostrtedtatnew thsat ('tobetot whictt tottooftett losses for ;Thtese direct attempotsa to troodoce a matein- tthie case of the natoral
woithottefftort therec is no sotccess. Tise st .testtottsttip. ttt ore intelligently critical snot open- isrcienco.-o ttd a sittilatr ttccess may
racetoece gs sttttttig fo ttott- ' Ifthtetre were better books;tmintdeod generatiott areitowcever, likely atwait the studies which have to tin
ratt ee. etslt omer tigorIot - t~~ r sovaaltl toouo b otefrlc etit ia h n Ire wititthe critical estimate of mtan's
tt. "tli_ tt" Ags 91 possaittenowfor ilbt e ttwolterototbaftfttssfeysbto hshowe idtrtho11is. psPartlyo tbecauseactutttey shwct1hods oatptibcaatethelwiltttreicatdhiour fundamentalnta
totuht is this notsa complete reversal ntol how toenmn is sup- arouse strenuous opposition fronthtie itmpoulses attd resources, the needless
of theobvios truh. Uness w defie, posd to un, bt howit acuallyis selsocietyed asenand ofataleyrepressions rep whichs w thesehe havev
raoical"its thttoo hcthrb never otoes rttn. Thsere are plenty of reports of I nows regulated, and partly because no sufteredotlhrootgh igtnorantce of the past,
soteccedtohow cait atonet withth le nmost itnvestigating comttotees, Federal anod1sinmetiate ittspection of hatoitsanaud to- !anth e discovery of untried ovays of
etetootay svoist-oos hitoy filtostate, wvhicht furnish attthentic infor- stitutions is so instrutctive as a study o-enrichinsg our existence anod improvinog
so-c thtat altotost allthe thtings tostoation in regard to political cortup- ofttbteir origin atid progress antd a otur relatioswoith mar fellow men.
wec trize tootay represetl revolts titon; weaste, anti incomotpetetcy. These couttparisots of thtenm with other fornms
againost tradit ion, stool sere in thoe be- taco- not hithoerto beettsttpposed to of sociaol attjustmnt. * * (Copyright, 19.21, bty Hartoer & Bros.)
gtnnitng swhat sooeotedtoo too shock~ing Isosave anything tot too withlthte science - - --
tivet-rgo ies frootocutrrenst beliefs snot' of govsernmn-t, altitotugh thtey are olovi-
Itrot:,tics? 0* 0blThace has at- onuslyatbsolotety essentialt to an Unidetr
w:o beetntsgettitng vscthiosg for noth-:- tit nuing of it. *Boil so long as
to g. fotr creative thtougtht is, at s-celave ;our scttoolts depsendon tappropriatios
crs, cootfiuneot to it verytess. Andt it moatte boyioliticitns, and collegesod,
it too coontoecuvostomisto discoourage or ustiersities sare torely supptortetd by
tout thsese wh1( orosecouoted it too opettly, toot.uso-estoo-u or by the state, sod are
ntso to reswrot thetmtsocordlingt to thttir ostotet the copotrolt of thonse wxho are
tmeorits. x nto*ottttt:opreservitngIthe exist ing sys-,
Thosse whto sevo, on thtewolsoe, at Itm froms criticistt it is hatrtd to see;
leoast, soillthte ficis tbroutght togethbetr- s opte of a kitoo of educatiott wvitih
inth sis vssaoysnob, ontthtle whtole, withs woultd effectively. queostions the conven-rr
ho- tooaitninfereniceos suggesteod eithet titotaltoottitottsof govertnmentsnd bustti-
explicityor impltticitly, wittl propierly no-s..* - Ioo-etlatd thse brave and
tegsin totwonottoer hsowc our t-ductional oottspokeon and those supposed to havye
andtto oooaoitmssretto be 0o reorrang- tlie coourooge of their totnvictionos .*butl:
tot tat ctomtisg genveratiosmay t e eto-o-Inttly wvheon these conviclions are ac-°
tor prearedb too tndetrstanod the coudi- cetoble or inodiffe-rentt to ts. Other- -
tiottnt lttothantitoesaool totaot-itlbothem- 00ise, hootesty andtbfrankniessbec-onme
s(-vvo--fttits boosittottits toore fulls- ttoto-etittudence. *** 0 I-
toold guoard otgsinso its datngers more tt** good est wottld be ac-"
stkiltullht n 1000pbreviouos getnerations.; ctoosolislso-obifstutdents cosld te hotbi-; y*
Thecro- is 00050 e otstoro-totdiso-ontet;t t oted to distinguishsstucessfutllytoe- if
soitth oor ltrys tntedutcatiotttltmth-t~os tsseo-tnte emtttttdecolttationts of poll-i-
antheireoibotorato fotility; tut it ticiotosoiand statetments of focts, be--
ev coo: o tto-ethatttowe-resrothterroro-ty tow-cen vroseparty pttogratms attd roo-
sN,:1t toOsfiset-heto-fondtmtoo alsotditi-, cre-tv recotittetndationos anstoltrtoposls,
toy ., 0rit is o!t 00000 Iyso50vecry toorot They shottlobeory learnth lat latnguagte
bonost enouagh ttell hturs sindgirls itnfotumatiotn, butstantmotitnal outlo ngew a y
andtiul " noin en anto me n i o l t udt-crv-siotttoittg toovariotta tooings,I#.,
ho tOsetofiui tn thetin an ageof groocings, stnarls, crowings, and bray- -with vacation footwear of t he finest
tootot t~ reoot oso- a. u-sogs-ceratetin cud ein' C ih 'n eevrexiwtot ooovito-dtto the rheotorico-tf the bitter-enor-t m a e a k i h e
otutic to- toe josotvsent ott toe otung in,-ers intshle iSenaite or the soothing ut- s r
nto ct,.= of tftuonmentaltsooctiol.econ-terosno-es of Mr. 1aroditng on sceopting;m a s o ig ak. v ih] h e
tno wic, at olithicaotro-oodjustmencot whten thte nootionatioutsfor President * that will alwayvs give a good accoumnt
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