Arts: Every Year

¶ Every year in the U. S. educational world some university or college offers a course which has never been heard of before to a class which has never before assembled. Last week, the University of Cincinnati toyed with the idea of giving a course in "mopology," threatened to be the year's first exploiter of unferreted educational byways. Mopology is destined for janitors. It will not teach lilting songs to rhythmic moppers, nor utilitarian philosophy for long janitorial hours. Mopology will strenuously, scientifically stress the importance of clean corners, dustless desks,...

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