Education: Casey's Kids

For 22 years John L. Casey has led parties of New York school children through the State Museum in Albany's State Education Building, faithfully explained the prehistoric skeletons and the lifelike reproductions of Cayuga and Mohawk tribesmen, in which interest is perennially strongest. Last week Guide Casey declared that he was thoroughly tired of modern moppets who lead him a romping chase through the exhibits, make sport of his educational efforts. Said he: "Kids are worse than they ever were. They used to play tag around the mastodons and the paleozoic fossils. Now...

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