PROGRESSIVE REFUSES TO DECLINE TUTORING ADS

Student Union's Publication Charges Examination System Is Responsible For Evil

Claiming that excessive tutoring results from the improper emphasis which University educational requirements place on examinations, The Progressive refused to fall in line with the stand taken by some other student publications in declining tutoring school advertisements, according to an editorial in its latest issue.

The Progressive complimented the CRIMSON for its campaign against the tutoring schools, but said in an editorial: "We cannot agree that a suppression of advertising will help eliminate the evil."

Critical of the examination system which permits students to "stuff themselves with the necessary information, spew it forth on a blue book the following morning, and promptly forget it," the lead article in the Student Union publication said that the University would have to make radical changes in the method of teaching and examining before the tutoring schools could be eliminated.