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9FFIIALSCOER FOR
ASEALL DIKT
PLAN OF DAILY IOWAN APPROVED
BY PLAYERS AND OTHERS
HERE
The plan presented by the Daily
Iowan of having an official baseball
scorer for each of the Conf6rence
schools is strongly favored by .those
persons in the University having an
official connection with Varsity base-
ball.
According to the plan suggested,
the principal reason for having such
a scorer would be the compilation of
official averages of the individual
players, which would be the basis of
comparing the abilities of the various
players and would stimulate a keener
interest on their part to better their
playing.
Less Confusion
One of the points stressed by the
men in the University is that there
would be less confusion if one man,
who thoroughly understood baseball,
would handle the official scoring.
During a game last week there was
considerable confusion among the
scorers in several instances as to
whether hits or errors should be re-
corded.
Coach Ray Fisher, of the Varsity,
believes the plan to be an excellent
one but suggests that if it is 11ut into
'effect there should be a thorough un-
derstanding as to the scoring of dif-
ferent plays. Captain "Pete" Van
Boven, '21, of the baseball team, is
favorable to the plan but says it can
be of value only as a piece of inter-
esting data. Lowell Genebach, '21,
Varsity outfielder, heartily favors the
plan because he things it will allevi-
ate many errors in keeping official
records of the teams which go to make
up the Conference Athletic history.
Favored by Bartelme
Philip Bartelme, director of ath-
letics, strongly favors the idea. Plans
that he thinks might be used are to
have one man in the University, who
is thoroughly conversant with baseball
scoring, appointed by the athletic di-
rector of that school to have full
charge of keeping the official scores, or
else to have the baseball manager
take charge of all such scoring for his
schpol. In the latter case the man-
ager would have the constant counsel
of the coach as to the scoring.
The first step in such a project, he
believes, is for the directors of all the
Conference schools to get in commu-
nication with each other and then
adopt a plan which would be uniform
throughout the Conference.
PRESIDENT BURTON
ELECTED TO BOARD
ON EDUCATIO.N
President Marion L. Burton was
elected to the administrative board of
the Institute of International Educa-
tion at the recent. meeting of the
American Council on Education held
at Washington, D. C. President Bur-
ton will serve a three-year term as a
member of the board whose function
is to facilitate the movement of for-
eign students to American universi-
ties and students of American insti-
tutions to foreign universities. The
other two members of the board elect-
ed * at the Washington meeting are
Dean H. V. Ames of the University of
Pennsylvania, and President Mary E.
Woolley of Mount Holyoke college.
The chief aim of the American

Council meeting was to discuss thor-
oughly plans to produce a greater uni-
formity in classifying colleges and
universities. A definite conclusion was
arrived at and the first steps toward
uniformity will be taken immediately.
Advertising Students Visit Detroit
In order to observe the practical
side of advertising, R. M. Page's
laboratory class in the psychology of
advertising visited the offices of the
Detroit News and the Advertisers'
Bureau of that city last Saturday. At
the newspaper plant the actual work
was watched while at the Advertisers'
Bureau various types of commercial
art were seen in the making.

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With acknowledgments to -

"BILL TOLD me.
HE HAD a good joke.
ON THE maker.
OF A well-known brand.
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OF CIGARETTES.
LAST NIGHT, Bill said.
* * *.
HE READ an ad.
OF THIS cigarette.
IN A magazine,
* * *
IT SAID "They Satisfy."
AND THIS morning.
IN HIS newspaper.
HE READ "They Satisfy"
* * *
AND ON a billboard.
* * *
AND ON a card.
IN THE street-car.
AND IN the dealer's window.
AND ON the counter.
* * * *
HE READ "They Satisfy."
AND HE bought a pack.
OF THESE cigarettes.
AND I asked him.
"WHERE'S THE Joke, Bill?"
AND BILL said.
"WHY THE darn fools.
SPENDING THEIR money.
PICKING ON me."
* * *
SO I said, "You bought 'em.
DIDN'T THEY satisfy?"
FOR OVER a year.
* * *
I'D ALREADY been smoking.
THAT BRAND."
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