Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 25, 1974, Page 10

Cedar Rapids Gazette

April 25, 1974

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Thursday, April 25, 1974

Pages available: 54

Previous edition: Wednesday, April 24, 1974

Next edition: Friday, April 26, 1974

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Cedar Rapids GazetteAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Pages available: 2,916,661

Years available: 1932 - 2016

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.08+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 25, 1974

All text in the Cedar Rapids Gazette April 25, 1974, Page 10.

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ■JOA The ^pdar Rapids fiazptte: Thurs., April 25. 1^71 - What Young People Think, Students Doubt Final Exam's By Nancy Gilbert Gilbert Youth Sen ice The majority of today s young people report that they have final exams in school, hut add that they feel these exams are unnecessary, according to a recent survey. Three fourths of those polled said they have final exams and almost all of these college and high school students said that their grades depend on how well they do on these exams About a fourth of those whose grades depended on finals felt that this form of grading was good, while nearly twice that number felt it was not Most of those whose grades did not depend on finals felt, nevertheless, that this was a fair grading system Show Learning Of those surveyed, 47 percent thought that exams were important to show what they’ve learned; 45 percent said they were not, and the rest gave no opinion The students offered varied reasons as to why they believed exams were important or unimportant in (‘valuating what they have learned. "It is the only way to be able to ascertain who has learned what and how well,” says Bruce Dawson. 22, of Springfield, Mo. "I feel exams are important to show that you have learned, but they should not be used in the traditional way to determine grades.” says Ines Daniels, 18. of Belleville. N.J. Applying Knowledge "Fxams only show what a student has or hasn’t memorized, not how well he or she can apply the knowledge they have.” says Bdle Bernard. 19, of Santa Ana, (alif. “It is ridiculous to try and get a whole Semester of work in one test; few can remember all there is to remember.” says Keith Loehr, 20, of Dalton, Mass. ‘‘Exams only serve to show what a student has memorized, not particularly what he’s learned or to what benefit the course has Value been.” said Edward Hardly. 20. of Santa Ana, Calif. Several students went on lo explain how they prepared for these exams. "I study for about three days, going over and over my notes,” says Angel Johnson. IO. of Metairie. I stay up all night before an exam to study,” says FINAL EXAMS TODAY Ny 0 ........... ‘ L'vvv JVI Sherwin-Williams helps you do it all A pwmq SAYE *3.00 SAVE *3.00 SUPER KBHOHi UUU HUI PAINT Accent cotors pticwd Mgtwr. Durable serm-gioss finish. Colors match Super Kern* Tone. Ideal for kitchens, baths, woodwork. LATH SEMI-610SS IK? Reg. $11.09 SAVE’roo SAVE *1.50 ROGERS mux FLAT WALL FINISH Comae kl young, contemporary colors. Use It on watts, ceilings, woodwork. I New! Today’s wen paint for eaet young decorator*. H?<ndreds of contemporary col*** Combines die toughness of enamel wtth Hie «**sy appetition of latex. urn Inc , I| Accent colon priced Mgber. anaEnfSQfTfufyu LATEX ENAMEL KM $8.99 •V.< ani C0*00 ;>m *<* Decorate* and protect* your watt* et an economical price! Wide range of modem colors. LAWRENCE BIST* LATEX FLAT WALL FINISH Quality paint at an economical price! Use it in family room*, closets, hallway*. 1109 SAU JOKW I asp BoL m Reg. $5.59 LAWRENCE BEST ' LATEX SEMI-GLOSS mint! IfM SAU PAT# Jm ml Reg. $6.99 FEATHER FLO 2" NYLON BRUSH 4" NYLON WALL    ______ BRUSH    SPECIAL 9" ROLLER A    EXTRA 9" ROLLER TRAY KIT    COVERS (pack Of 2) TS 88 I* ors SAVI 32%! KEwm-eioss $ SPRAT ENAMEL l6o*. SALE ENDS APRIL 29th. SHERWIN- WILLIAMS HELPS YOU DO IT ALL! OPEN THURS. TO 9 p.m. aum t f Sttimw a-* Wh.iMHS PP MMI AU OO** if s so easy to shop at a Sber#in-Wilnams Decorating Center Just say, ‘ Charge it ' 419 Second Avenue SE Cedar Rapids 364-4184 Pole Slips Mind Of Rood Crew “Obviously the lane cannot Cindy Defosier, 15. of Worcester, Mass. ‘‘Usually I study with friends for about one or two nights before a big exam,” says Karen Zynn, 15. of Mayfield Heights. Ohio. “I cram. Who doesn't?” says William Buekstine, 21, of Seneca Falls, N Y “I will usually stay up for the night before a big test sa all the facts are fresh iti my mind when I see tile test paper,” says Ira Block, bi, of Mayfield Heights. Forty percent of the students said they felt ungraded (pass-fail) classes will be the rule in the future, fill percent did not and IO percent gave no answer BISHOPS ITOHINGTON, England (UPI) - When highway crews leveled, widened, resurfaced and generally facelifted a street they did a fine job — except for one thing. They forgot to remove a 15-foot telephone pole from the center of the street. he (ipened until it’s removed.” a spokesman from the Bishops Itchington surveyor s office said. “We hope to take it down later this week.” a post office spokesman said. SPRING PLANTING HEADQUARTERS 4241 Johnson Ave. N.W.    one    $top    Garden    Shop    For cedor Rapids9f^rtter^o years All Your Yard and Garden Needs rRUIT -. Trees and Shrubs DWARF and REGULAR Apple-Peach-Pear Apricot-Cherry Plum-Ready to Bloom Blueberries-Strawberries Grapes-Asparagus-Raspberries Forsythia-Golden Bell Bridal Wreath Persian Purple Lilac Pink Flowering Almond Red Weigelia $ J 98 % J 79 *2” 79 $ 'J 98 Chrysler Imperial (red) Crimson Glory (Dark Red) Tiffany    (Pink) Helen Traubel    (Pink) Jackson Perkins Favorites Red Masterpiece--Rose of The Year Snow Fire—Trooicana White Masterpiece FOR PATIO Tree Roses Hanging Baskets Flowers Crysanthemums (oil colors) 69‘ Red Creeping Sedum Creeping Phlox (all colors) Hybrid Lilies    (6kiod»i    ‘I4’ Gladiolas (Assorted) IO for 85c Pansies    bo*    *1” Delphiniums Phlox-Daisies ASK FOR OUR PERENNIAL FOLDER Vines and Ground Covers Peachy Sandra Euonymus Vegetus Vinca Minor Crown Vetch Clematis—all colors Boston Ivy Trumpet, Honeysuckle and Bittersweet Vines Bedding Plants Petunias (Double & single) First Lady Marigold Dwarf Marigolds    Snapdragons Alyssum    Verbena Ageratum    Geraniums gaumhoej? NURSERY I NC, Open 8 to 5 Daily Sunday 9 to 4 ,4241 Johnson Ave. NW Next to Hoover School 363-8219 Unusual Shrubs & Trees for a Distinctive Yard • Golden Rain Tree • Kousa Dogwood • Magnolia Stellata • Magnolia Soulangeana • Viburnum Mariesii, Viburnum Carles • Viburnum Carlcephalum - Pink and White • Flowering Dogwood • Red Japanese Shrub Maple • Hardy Boxwood ;

RealCheck