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INDEX

VOLUME XLIX
OCTOBER, 1922 MARCH, 1923



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Index
Volume XLIX

October, 1922 March, 1923

The material in this index is arranged under authors and subjects and in a few cases
under titles. Anonymous articles and paragraphs are entered under their, subjects.
The precise wording of titles has not been retained where abbreviation or paraphrase

has seemed more desirable.



Aagaard, Thomas, 93

Abbott, Grace, 521

Abelman, Max, 812

Abrams, Albert, 509, 809

Accidents, child labor and, 802

Actors, 251

Adams, C. E., 805

Adams, John, 365

Adams, Thomas, 769

Addams, Jane, 135

Additon, H. S., Case work, English

style, 391
\dvertising

Smoke casting and billboards, 354

Swiss chocolate manufacturer, 74,

75

Afghan university for women, 353
Africa, 591

Education, 356
Agencies, national, 497, 499

See also Nat'l social agencies
Agricultural Bloc, The (Capper), 395
Agriculture, Dept. of, use of meat,

325

Air baths, 109
Airplane ambulances, 511
Akron, Ohio, 91
Alabama, lynching, 626
Alcohol in Europe, 780
All-Russian Central Executive Com-
mittee, 686
Allen, E. F., 507

Allen, Justice Florence E. (with por-
trait), 330
Allentown, Pa., 547
Almy, Frederic

On nat'l social agencies, 654

Speaking of babies (letter), 404
Alschuler, Samuel, portrait, 152
Altmann-Gottheimer, Elizabeth, 283

Foundling hospitals, 320
Amalgamated Clothing Workers,

Russian venture, 733
Ambulances, airplane, 511
America

Feebleminded, 79

Public feara, 223

Who belongs to? (current issues),

America for Coming Citizens (Gold-
berger), 528

Amer. Assn. for Organizing Family
Social Work, 639

Amer. Assn. of Social Workers, 267
Reorganization, 485

Amer. Bar Assn., 325

Amer. Child .Health Assn., 247
Organization, 652

Amer. Child Hygiene Assn., 224, 247

Amer. Country Life Assn., confer-
ence, 380

Amer. Education Week, 255

Amer. Engineering Standards Com-
mittee, 596

Amer. Geographical Society, 644

Amer. Indian. See Indians

Amer. Labor Ycnr Book, 1921-22, 662

Amer. Legion, 267

Amer. Prison Assn., 121

Amer. Public Health Assn.
Cleveland meeting, 242
Statement on health protection,
243

Amer. Relief Administration, 726,
730, 734

American Vitruvius, The ( Hegemann
and Peets), 118

Amer. young women (drawings),

Americanization Days, 781
Analysis of thr Interchurch World
Movement Report on the Steel
Strike (Olds), 659
Anderson, Mary, 629
Andrews, Esther, 615

Drawings, 629-632, 775-776
Andrews, J. B., 99
Andreyev, Leonid, 712
Anthracite miners, 772
Anti-Saloon League, 5"7
Apoplexy mortality, 651
Apprenticeship and craft revival, 573
Arab sheik, 171
Arabs, 171

Arbitration in Norway, 250
Argentina, Russian relief, 737
Armament reduction, 74
Armenian refugees, 336



Armenians, 52

Army Mental Tests, 379, 506

Arnold, Matthew, 460

Art

Amer. Indians (ills.), 1, 12, 13, 14

In Mexican education, 448

Negro portraits and painters, 326,

327

Art industries, 592
Art museums, 581, 595
Ashod, case of, 171
Asia Minor, 492
Asphalters (ill.), 161
Astor, Lady and Viscount, campaign,

225

Athens, 579, 596

Athletics, college, 302, 529 (letters)
Atlanta, 236
Atwood, S. M., 3

Case for the Indian, 7
Auerbach, M. A., 402
Auerbach-Levy, William, etching,

452

Austria, land settlements, 317
Automobiles, curbing noise and

speed, 460
Awnings (letter), 404

B

Babies

Massachusetts injunction, 52
Massachusetts injunction (letters),

260, 261
Nursery school, 115

See also Infant mortality
Babouska. See Breshkovsky
Baby welfare peddlers, 502
Baku oil fields, 743
Balsler, Harold, 93
Baltrusaitis, Joseph, 75
Bamberger, Louis, 615
Bambini (ills.), 320, 321
Bancroft, E. A., 46
Banks, labor unions', 633
Banting, F. G., 652
Barmore, Jennie, 356
Barn for school, 253
Barnes, J. H., 619
Bartholomew, Harland, 769
Bay rum, 173
Baylor University, 382
Bayly, H. Wansey, 225
Bedinger, G. R., 666
Behavior, 123
Belgium, alcohnl, 780
Bely, Andrey, 711, 713
Benjamin^ P. L., 129
Bennett, E. L., 75
Bennett, Edward, 769
Bergson and Education (Wheeler),

256

Berwind, E. J., 222, 294
Berwind-White Coal Co.. 485
Better Times (periodical), 812
Bibliography of civic education, 791
Bicknell, E. P., 812
Billboards. 354
Bing, A. M., 483, 486

Chicago's housing struggle, 493
Bing, Mrs. S. ,H. (L. B. Johnson),

531

Birth control bill, 619, 632
Black, F. H., on Constantinople

schools, 41
Blackwell. A. S., Breshkovsky

schools (letter). 816
Blaine, Governor, 488
Blankenhorn, M. D., 283

United brotherhood of strap-hang-
ers and coal-diggers, 293
Blast-furnace shifts, 44
Blindness, Wisconsin control. 385
Blok, Alexander, 711, 713, 748
Blount, S. E., 326
Blumenschein, E. L.. 23
"Boarding mother" speaks, 241
Bogdanoff, Mr., 721
Bograchov, Mr. 684
Bond, Elsie, 684
BoRue. M. F., 615

Mothers' pensions, 634
Bondy, R. E., 666

On nat'l social agencies, 657
Boole reviews, 116, 256, 393, 525,

659, 806
Bcoks

Autumn supplement, 185-216

Children's, 194

Children's, reviewed by children,
195



For everybody, 194

freedom of, 189
atest, 259

List of autumn books, 212

Short reviews and lists, 397, 405,
818

Social, 203

Speaking of, 194

Worth mention, 119
Borah, W. E., Russian recognition

and, 737
Boston

Social workers, number, 812

South End Almanac, 779

Working children, report, 239
Bourg, G. J., 30
Bourne, E. G., 582
Boy Scouts

Movement's policy, 654

Samples of scouting, 648
Boyd, D. K.. 94
Brailsford, H. N., 736
Brangwyn, Frank

Book-plate, 133

Etching, 188
Branion, R. C., 531
Bratter, C. A., Cure for seasonal em-

Sloyment, 800
inridge, S. P., 631
Bregman, Adolph, 547

Monotony and industrial unrest,

552

Breshkovsky, Catherine, 328
Portrait, 328
Schools (letter), 816
Bricks without straw, 317
Bridgeman, C. T., Exporting Ital-
ians, 251

Briggs poster in aid of crippled chil-
dren, 507
Brinley, D. P., 417

Market day (ill.), 418
Brinton, Christian, 683, 714
British labor, idealism and respon-
sibility, 426

Bronze tablet caster (ill.), 565
Brooks, W. E., 475, 547, 283
Letter on railroad strike, 663
On a statue of Lincoln (verse), 580
Refuge (verse), 457
Song in the night (verse), 322
Brown, Adelaide, Dental hygienists

(letter), 121
Brown, Elmer E., 114
Brown, Mrs. J. Wylie, on orphans in

Constantinople, 43
Bruere, M. B., 547, 615

Nothing to lose but the home, 629
Patterns, 550
Bruere, R. W.

" A bit of mellifluous phraseology,

Coal miners dig for the facts, 772
Bruno, F. J., on nat'l social agencies,

658

Brusov, Valery, 748
Budapest, 44

Budgets, Wilkes-Barre, 779
Buehler, J. B., Defense of Albert

Abrams (letter), 809, 815
Buffalo, medical care, 794
Buffalo dancer Indian portrait, 27
Buffalo hide shields, 1 (ills.), 12
Building boom, 620
Building cleaners, 517
Building funds, raising, 646
Building industry

Chicago and Judge Landis, 486, 493

Metropolitan insurance loans (let-
ter), 537

Philadelphia, 94

Race conflicts in employment, 376
Buildings and posterity, 768
Bureau of Vocational Information,

235

Burk, Frederic, 107
Burns, A. T., 264, 483, 400. 684

Famine facts, Russia, 726

Homeless in Greece, 492
Bursum Indian bill, 52, 364

Defeat. 617
Butler, A. W., 666
Button making, 551
By-a-lil-le case. 10
Byington, M. F., 666



Cabinet, new position, 618
Cable Act, 231



Cadbury, George, 328
Calder, John, 73. 135, 219
Consider the foreman, 248
Employers and jobs, 95
Faith of an industrial engineer, 154
Unemployment insurance reply

(letter), 260
Calendar reform, 458
California

Dental hygienists (letter), 121
Disabled veterans, 111
Prohibition (letter), 121
Vote, correction, 460
Wine congregations, 366
Callcott, F. T.. 445
Cameo carver (ill.), 561
Camp Fire Girls, 781
Canada, rural education, 791
Cancer, 247

Posters. Ill

Capital, duty to labor, 156
Carlton, F. T., Unemployment in-
surance (letter), 261
Carnegie Corporation, 666
Carnegie Foundation for the Ad-
vancement of Teaching, 767
Carney, Jack. 75
Carolinas and child labor, 620
Carpenters, 376
Case work, 522
English style, 391
Inter-city cooperation, chart, 639
Caseworkshop, 522
Caster of bronze tablets (ill.), 565
Casuals, Seattle longshoremen, 96
Catholics and Girl Scouts. 618
Cattaraugus County, N. Y., 652
Causes, flyer in, 50
Causes and Cures for the Social Un-
rest (Finney), 394
Cecil, Lord Robert, 74
Cemetery in Russia, 728
Central American states, 738
Central Financing of Social Agencies

(Persons), 396

Central Park as pasture, 766
Centrosoyus, 735
Chamber of Commerce and foreign

labor, 619
Champion, Merrill, Have faith in

Massachusetts (letter), 260
Chaney, L. W., 99
Chaplin, Ralph, 30, 53
Charity Organization Movement,
The, in the United States (Wat-
son), 523

Charity Organization Society, 523
Chastity, preaching, 226
Chernov, V. A., 683
Cheyney, A. S., Orpheus a la mode,

790
Chicago

Anti-noise campaign, 460
Housing struggle. 486, 493
Negro concentration (charts), 47
Race riots, 46
Transportation contacts and race

hatred, 90
Child, Stephen, 267
Child health

Deflation (i. e., merger of organ-
izations), 224, 247
" Healthland " exhibit, 246
Publicity, posters and drawings,

244, 245

Child Health Org., 224, 247
Cartoons from a program, 387
Drawings, 244, 245
Child labor

Are child workers safe? 802
Comparative maps of laborers and

illiterates, 357
Congress and, 363
Constantinople, 42
Constitutional amendments, 620
Waste, 239
Child placement, 241

Cleveland, 638

Child welfare, bookkeeping, 106
Childhood, creative, 567
Childhood Training (Patri), 257
Children

Air bath and sun treatment, 109

Books for, 194

Books for, reviewed by children,

195

Crippled, 507
Curing queerness in, 785
Desertion of, 392



IV



I nd



C X



Early-to-bed story from Prague,
792-793

Health, 102

.Health education, 107

Homicide.

Institution

Milk and, 387

Of unmarried parents, Ontario, 524

Ru.ssian training and educatioo,
696

South Africa, 392

Children's Bureau, Kepoi t and I" "ti-
res*. 521

Report on working children of

Boston and vicinity.
Children's code commissions, 799
Children's Welfare Federation, 239
China, quack medicine poster, 510
Christmas

Serbian, 306

Spirit and the churches, 323
Christmas seals, 383
Church, Community, 94
Church in America, The (Brown),

393
Cincinnati

Community chest, 766

Financial federation,

Mental health.
Cities

Charters and health, 110

Constantinople, administration. 39

Conurbations, 94
Citizenship, 594

Women in the I'nited States, 231
City planning, 370

Homely arguments for (til-
New York, 769

Overgrown city, 85

Step by step plan, 501
City toilers (5 etchings), 157-161
Civil Service, 364
Claghorn, K
Clarke, T. ]

Clarksburg, W. Va., 221
Cleaning women, 517
Cleveland

Community Fund Donahey car-
toons, 368

Engineers' Bank, 633

Federated finam >

Financial fedei.n

Health and Hospital Survey, 387

Orphans, 638
Cleveland, Elizaheth, 417

'Twixt infancy and alphabet, an

educational experiment, 445
Climatic Changes ( Huntmgton and

Visher), 259
Clinics

Cornell, 794

Manhattanville, 110

Mental, 765

Clock-tower for Liege, 51
Clothing in Russia, 726
Clothmakers' parade in Nuremberg

(ill.), 575

Coal, New York subway, 222
Coal Comm>

First report, 596 .

Portraits of members. 152, 153

What lies before, 149, 169

What the public wants of, 518
Coal industry

Anthracite miners dig for the facts,
772

Coal commission and. 149

Gamble of (letter), 663

Hylan's committee report, 485

Miners still on strike. 53

New York Subway and, 293

Russia, 720

Strike results. 459

Why the railroad strike failed and

the coal miners won, 436
Coffee, R. I., 351

Stamping out the wine congrega-
tions. 366
Cohen, M. R., 684

Liberalism and the Russian Mind,

731
Colcord, J. C.. 483

The C. O. S. looks forward. 523
Cole, L. C., 638

College student speaking tour, 382
College women, 353
Colleges

Athletics (letters), 52')
102

New liberal Reed College. 503

Problem of attendance, 114
Collier. John, 3

The red Atlantis, 15
Colonia, 441

Colonial kitchen (ill.), 582
Common sense (social studies), 262
Common welfare, 73, 221, 353 485,

617, 765
Communication!, 120, 260, 400, 529,

663. 809
Communities, 89, 231, 366, 497, 643,

777

Community, as maker of men, 576
Community chest. 4 l *7

Cleveland advci tismirnt. SOU

Is it the best plan? 803

Pittsburgh, 766, 803



Community organization, 219

Financing, 219,
( onipany niii"iis. 265
Compensation. See Workmen's corn-
pens.'

Comptr.ii, (i. H ..
Conception, preventing, 619
Congr<

ImmiKiation law, 771

s in the Sixty-eighth,
35S

Social legislation prospect in Sixty-
nth, 363

Connellan, Robert, 30
I. Sherman, 531

Letting the public in, 779
Constantinople! 171

American social survey, 36

Nationality map, 36
Consumers' Cooperative Societies

(Gide). 659

Consumers League, feature of an-
nual meeting, 375
Coritrai ination, 619

Conurbations. ''-4
Cook, H. N., 417

France's new victory (sketches),

413. 429-435
Cooley, C. JI.. 475

Heredity and instinct in human

life, 454

Cooper, C. C., on nat'l social agen-
cies, 655
Cooperation

Farmers, marketing, 487

International, plea for, 450

Russian movement, 735

Study of, 767
Cooperative milk, 374
Copeland, R. S., 331
Copp, Tracy, 631
Corhett, H. W., 766
Cordova, N. M.. 15
Corn Products Refining Co., 91
Cornell Clinic, 794
Corporation management, 497
Concha, John, 13
Country Fife

American Country Life Assn. pro-
gram for annual con!., 73

Pastors at University of V,

sin conf., 112

Country Life Ass'n., conf., 380
County and Township Government
in the United States (Porter),
806

County fair, poster, 225
Courts, 289, 325
Covington, Va., 106
Craftsmanship

Apprenticeship and, 573

Golden age (ill.), 572

Mechanics and, 592

Organization and market, 594
Crawford, Ruth. 475

Piloting the bomb squad, 461

Standing pat on the quota law, 771
Creative childhood, 567
Credit n

Crichton-Browne, Sir J.,
Crimes

Detroit and. 388

Law of, 291

Records. 370
Criminal Court Building, New

mural paintings, 289, 290, 291
Crippled children, 507
Cripples, jobs for, 799
Croxton, F. C., 76
Cure-alls, 509
Culture, Proletarians in Russia, 690,

736

Current issues, questions on, 5, 123,
181, 263, 343, 399, 477, 533, 605,
665, 753, 811
Czecho-Slovakia

Children. story in pictures, 792-793

Educational ideal, 641

Insurance, 511

Libraries, 781



Dairylea. 766

Hallas, Civic Federation, 402

Dana, J. C., 547, 595

A museum of service, 581
Danger, 566
Darwinism, 382
Daugherty, Att'y Gen., 31
Davey, Randall. 27
Davis, A. O .

Tolstoy's magic rod. 698
Davis, Governor f..f Kansas). 359

<). W.. 666

Deaver. c; <; . ,,i> iecrcaiii.ii
stantmople, 40
I (ill.). 437

Defective Delinquent and Insane, The
(Cotton), 257

it, K \\ . (,66

Delaware, social workers' conf., 812
Delinquency

Dealing with defective delinquents

"name attitude. 105



Democracy, 154
Denmark

Community singing, 93

Education movement, 377
Dental hygienists (letter), 121
Denver

Financial federation, 232

Tuberculosis sanitarium, 111
Dependent children

Cleveland, 638

Ontario, 391

Desertion of children, 392
I>es Moines, 233
Detroit

Breakwater for crime wave, 388

Markets, 234

Tuberculosis Society posters, 244,

245

Detroit Community Fund, 89
Devine, E. T., 135

Institute, 264

Portrait, 152
Diabetes, 510

Can it be checked? 650
Dickinson, R L., 644
Dieck, Mrs. Robt. G., 390
Directors, Boards of, 300
Disarmament, 74
Discovery, logic of (social studies),

752

Disease, 596
District of Columbia

Legislation under way, 363

Minimum wage decision, 324
Dock, Lavinia L., 670

Letter on National Woman's Par-
ty, with reply, 530
Doctor, who's to pay? 794

See also Physicians
Dolomite coal mine, 355
Donahey cartoons for Cleveland Com-
munity Fund, 368
Donetz Basin, 721
Dovid, Reb Sholom, 453
Downing, Mortimer, 30
Drama

American actors, 251

Russia, 707

Dramatized economics, 640
Drawings by children, 567
Dump, The (ill.). 157
Dunn. K. W.. 684, 727
Dun ton, W. H.. 6
I >ust explosions, 355
Dutch woodcut (craftsmanship), 572
Dyer Anti-l.ynchinir Bill, 363

E

Early to bed story, 792-793
Eaton. G. D., 382
inics

Dramatized. '.Jr.

Russian policy and the trade

unions, 703
Economics of Unemployment, The

(Hobson), 662
Eden colony. Austria, 317
Edinger, Anna, 109
Education, 112, 252, 377, 503, 640,
788

Africa, 356

Canada, rural, 7^1

Civic, bibliography, 7'' 1

Constantinople, 41

Credit versus knowledge, 114

Experiment, nursery school, 445

Farmers, 73

Federal Department, 618

Federal scheme, 791

Fundamental defects, 252

Mexico, 54

National, 115

Pritchett's views, 767

Runaway horse.

Schools and. 33

What is a liberal education? 377
Education on the Dalton Plan (Park-
hurst), 256
Education Week, 255
Educational Experiments, Bureau of.

Educational Sociology (Snedden), 394
Eighteenth Amendment, 366
. 324

"hiction, 137,
1 6S

Pumper (ill.). U6
F.llis Island, conditions, 75
Ellwood, C. A., Letter on Hart's re
view of his hook, 670

immigration condition
Electronic reactions, 809, 815
Elyria, 507

on, Haven, 794, 800
Do.tor to teacher to child. 1117
Health worker's creed, 242
< Omnipotent o icilloi l.i-t. 509

Reply to letters on Albert Abrams,

815

Emigration

Italian. Swiss and Dutch 222
'i M-Kiilatniii, 222. 251

aiding jobs. 5

Employi i.., n (letters), 261

Employment

Public, systematic, 618

al, cure lor, 800

Emery, Mrs. M. M., 777



Engineer's letter, 497
Comments on, 653
England

Case work, 391

Conservatism and lethargy, 221
Conurbations (map), 94
New parliament and labor, 353
Standardized schools, 381
English, H. B., 71, 73

Is America feebleminded? Ti
English Prison System, The (Kug-

gles-Brise), 116
English Prisons Today (Hobhouse

and Ilrockway, edits.), 116
English Prisons Under Locii

ernment (Webb), 116
Envy, spirit of, 175
Epidemics, Rockefeller Foundation,

and, 247
Epstein, Abraham, 71

Mutual Relief in Russia, 86
Espionage cases, 75
Estelle and Sam, 775
Eugenical Sterilization in the I'nited

States (Laughlin), 798
Eugenics, 485

Europe, alcohol restriction, 780
Evans, M. L., 639
Eve (verse), 300-301
Eversole, H. O., 684, 726
Evolution, 382



F



Factories, Swiss, 98

Factory labor and farm labor, inter

change, 800

Facts, struggle for, 486
Facts for workers (review), 98
Fair. See county fair
Family agencies, 523
Family organization (letter), 815
Family work, 639
Famine, Russia, 726
Fargo, N. Dak., 652
Fanes, J. C., Sterilization and so-
cial inadequacy, 798
Farm labor and factory labor, inter-
change, 800

Farm produce, marketing, 233
Farmer, S. J. f 590
Farmer, The, and His Community

(Sanderson), 525
Farmers

Books on, 525
Cooperative marketing, 487
Discontent (letter), 120
Education, 73

Farming, feebleminded labor, 439
Farrill, Otto, 326, 327
Fascisti, 267
Fates (ill.), 290
Fausek, U. L, 694
Fawcett, C. B., 94
Fears (social studies), 664
Federal Coal Commission. See Coal

Commission
Federal Department of Education,

Health and Welfare, 618
Federation Trust Co. t 633
Federations. See Financial federa-
tions

Feeblemindedness, 649
High cost, 796

\merica feebleminded? 79
Some adventures among the fee-
bleminded, 310
Some more adventures among the

feebleminded. 439
Feis. Herbert, 351
The Kansas court and the national

strikes, 372
Ferdinandov, Mr., 710
Fiction, tendency in, 192
Fields, G. H., Negro student in

mixed school (letter), 403
Fieser, J. L., on nat'l social agen-
cies, 658

Finance and labor, 632
Financial federations, 353
Fundamentals, 89
Organization, 232
Shall they raise capital funds? 646
What agencies shall be admitted?

367

Firemen (ill.), 160
Fisher, C. J., on nat'l social agen-
cies, 654
I 1'ishi-r. Florence, 135

Prophets in their own country. 192
Florence foundling hospital, 320
Florida, lynching, 626
Folk DMJaic, 221
Folks. .Homer, 386

J. K., College athletics
Metier), 529

Politics and, 365
Vitamins in, 782

M in colleges, 302



I ' "I. Ilcnrv. bis hook, 5J7
Foreign affairs, public igm



617



gnorance of,



Foreign Language Information Serv-
ice. 48.1. 512-513, 531
Foremen in industry, 248
Ko.k in the v, 81

Fort Wayne, Ind., 310, 439



Index



Forty Years of landscape Architec-
ture, Vol. I (Olmsted), 818

Fosdick, ,H. E., 141
'ick, R. B., 636

Foster, N. B., 615, 618

Can diabetes be checked? 650

Foster, W. T., 503

Foulke, W. D., 597

Foundling hospital

Fox, H. F\, Prohibition in Califor-
nia (letter), 121

France

Labor conditions, 329

New victory (sketches), 413. 429-

435
Ruhr (cartoon), 624

Frankfort on the Main, 109

Franklin Cooperative Creamery, 374

Freedom of opinion, speech and
teaching, 619

Freeville, N. V., 82

Freund, Ernst, Uniform illegitimacy
law, 104

Friedenstadt, 318

Friedrich, Joachim (with portrait),
463

Furness, C. E., 171

Furuseth, Andrew, 632



487



Galbreath, I. C., 424

Galoshes, 506

Galpin, C. J:, 37n

Galton, Francis, i

Gamio, Manuel. 5 t

Gates, C. I

Gates, R. P., 264

Gem engraver and apprentice (ill.), Haskell, W. N., 531

561 Hathaway, Winifred, 351

Geneva, International Labor Organi- Saving sight, 385

zation, 450 Hawaii, immigrants,

Genoult, Mr., 583 Hawley, Edith, 387

George, W. R., The jail inside your Haynes, Rowland, on

self, 82

George Junior Republic, 71, 82
Georgia, lynching, 626
Germany

Interchange of farm and factory
work, 800

National standards in industry, 518

Pensions and the mark, 390

Prohibition, 590

Ruhr (cartoons), 625

Students tight for existence, 642

Sun treatment in children's camps,

109

Gill. Eric. 322
Gilman, C. 1'., If you arc

and know it. 773
Gilson. M. l:



Halhnan, C. T., Prophylaxis and Human life, heredity and instinct in,

politics, 225 454

Hamilton, Alice, Sun baths for rick- Hungarians, 44
ets (letter), 261 " Hunkies," 44

Hamilton, Norah, S47 Hunt, Governor, 489

Creative childhood, 567 Hunzicker, Mrs. B. B., 615

Hammond, J. ,H., portrait, 153 The hell-cat, 628

Hand. Mildred, Making men and Hylan, J. F., 293

women over, 240 Coal committee report, 485

Harding, W. G., and Leavenworth

men, 31

Harlow, S. R 77 I

Harris, A. E., Rural leaders who

study their jobs, 112
Harrisburg, Pa., Mothers' Assistance Ideals of France, The (Cestre), 661

Fund, 634, 635 Idleness in jails, 595

Hart, H. -H., Ignorance in judges (current issues),

On efficiency, 106 533

Skyscraper "jail, 100-101 Ihlder, John, 236

Hart, J. K. Illegitimacy, uniform law, 104

Faculty loses the ball, 302 Illinois, new constitution, 355

Letters on his article on college Immigrant madonna (ill.), 281
athletics, 529 Immigrant's Day in Court, The

(Claghorn), 461
Immigrants and law, 461
Immigration
Congress and, 771
Ellis Island conditions, 75
New bills on, 487
Pamphlet on, 502
Ports of entry and problems, 222
Quota law, 336, 354

athletics Impulses, good (social studies), 476
Incapacity, 523, 524
Incentives in the New Industrial

Order (Hobson), 526
India, opium eating, 766
Indian Affairs, Bureau of, 19, 57



- ICUCS,

Rebirth of science, 191
Reply to C. A. Ellwood, 671
Salvation by luncheon, 365
Unprintable text book, 33
Why men work, 555
See also Current issues; Social
organization, study course; So-
cial studies

Hartford, recreation, 502

Hartman, E. T., College
(letter), 529

Harvard University

Industrial hygiene courses, 99

Problems, 114

Stadium and football, 302



agencies. 653
Headrick, W. C., 531
Health, 107, 242, 383, 507, 649, 782

Children, 102

City charters, 110

Community and individual, 618

North Dakota, 110

Occupation and, 596

Problem of (social
course), 533

Relief and. 386

State control, 356

Xrc also child health
Health worker's creed, 242
Healthland, 246
Hedrick, A. W.,



. 531

Hell-cat, 628

Girl Scouts and Catholics, 618 Henri, Robert, 26

Girls' industrial schoo| - hell-cat, 626 Heredity, instinct and, in human

Give Me the Young (Holmes), 256 life, 454

Giving, scheme for Lansing, Mich., Heredity and Child Culture (Cha-
370 pin), 661

Glasgow University and
Wells, 255

Glueck, Bcinaid. 71

The psychiatric attitude,

Godfrey, 'E. C., 75

Good impulses (social studies),

Gooseflesh, 223

Gordon, Ruth, The forgotten indus-



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