Education: Ferguson

Last week was janitors' week in U. S. colleges and universities. Thousands of patient men in blue denim swept lecture rooms, fitted new light bulbs in corridors and stairways, received letters about stu- dents' furniture. It was also football coaches' week. They looked over their "material," started U. S. education on its first important step of the new year by giving setting-up exercises, passing and kicking practice. It was also professors' week. They returned from their vacations, tidied their desks and notes, made up class rolls, speculated upon the youths soon to be submitted...

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