THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUAY, MARCH ]
IG ENGINEERS 96000
AS COLLEGE STUDENTS'
LEGION POST OFFERS AID
TO FORMER SERVICE MEN
Welfare Bureau Does Not Confine Its
Service Only to
Where they all go
1116 So. University Ave.
." The Turkish Ci areL -
WALTERS DECLARES EMINENCE
AND HIGH SCHOLARSHIP In connection with its other endeav-
ASSOCIATED ors, the University post of the Ameri-
can Legion isespecially anxioustoI
Close correspondence between good assist any ex-service men who may,
scholarship in college and eminence be in need of help from the welfare
in engineering is shown in an inves- bureau or who may need adjustment
tigation made under the auspices of of insurance or compensation.
the American Association of Collegi- Officers of the post wish to make it
ate Registrars by Prof. Raymond Wal- especially clear that this aid is not
ters of Lehigh University, who pre- necessarily to be extended to mnem-
sents a report in the current issues bers of the Legion or the University
of "School and Society." alone. Any ex-soldier or sailor who
It was found that, of 392 distinguish- requires help may secure assistance
ed engineers graduated at 75 techni- regardless of whether he is a Legion
cal schools, colleges and universities, member. Persons who know of any
182 or 46.4 per cent. stood in the high- such cases are urged to turn the
est fifth of their classes scholastic- names of the men over to Floyd A.
ally upon graduation, 109 or 27.8 per Sergeant, '22, post commander, at 603
cent. stood in the second highest! S. State street.
fifth, 72 or 18.3 per cent. in the middle The campaign which the University
fifth, 14 or 3.6 per cent. in the next post has been conducting is still under
lowest fifth, and 15 or 3.8 per cent. in way, although it has not been neces-
the lowest fifth. sary to visit student ex-service men.
Figures for a group of 189 alumni to any great extent during the past
of five Eastern engineering schools few days due to the fact that many
were somewhat different in the upper have made applications without being
classes, the second highest scholastic solicited. The number of petitions so
fifth having tfie largest percentage. far in the hands of the committee is
In all groupings of the eminent en- considerably more than 400 and a
gineers there were less than 4 per number of committeemen have not
cent. in each of the two lowest schol- yet been heard from.
Of 730 names on the Registrars' As-1
sociation list of distinguished en-
gineers, practically 80' per cent. were
found to be collegiate graduates, 16 GET INTO
per cent. men ofsecondary schoold THE GAME
education and practical training, and ;
less than 5 per cent. men who started WITH
in college but did not finish. SPALDING e
The arbitrary basis of eminence in EQUIPMENT
this study of a professional group was GLOVES, MITTS,
taken to be the holding of office, mem- BATS, BALLS, ETC.
bership in important committees and OurcutalhwueIsnowr.,dy.
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service as representatives of the four A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
"founder" engineering societies, eivil, State St, Chiago,tII
mechanical, electrical, and mining and
metallurgy, for five years, 1915-1919.
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Detroit Alumnus to Address Members
of Commerce Club Wednesday
C. M. Jickling, '17, of Detroit, will
speak on "Advertising" at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening, March 16, in
Natural Science auditorium on the1
second of the Commerce club series
of addresses on business subjects.
Some of the talks will be open to the
general public, but this one will be
for niembers only.
In the direct advertising depart-
ment of the Evans-Winter-Hebb com-
pany, printers and engravers, Mr.
Jickling's rise has been rapid since!
he left the University.
ASSEMBLY TO BE
HELD AT PRAGUE'
Dean Alfred Lloyd, of the Graduate
school, is in receipt of a letter from
the Czechoslovak legation at Wash-
ington inviting all interested students
of this University to attend a general
assembly of the International Federa-
tion of Students to be held on Easter,
at Prague, Czechoslovakia. The lega-
tion wishes the students here to have
an opportunity of visiting Czechoslo-
vakia and of studying its character-
istic national life and principal indus-
trial centers. Only half the usual
passport tax will be charged those
students who travel to Prague to at-
tend the assembly.
The students' International confed-
eration was established at Strasbourg
in November, 1919,,on the occasion of
the feasts in connection with the
eighth meeting of students at the
French University 1there. There were
present delegates of the allied neutral
countries who were also the founders
of the confederation. The first coun-
tries representing the confederation'
were France, Belgium, and Czecho-I
slovakia. The Student's International!
Confederation wishes to create an
international centre by which the stu-
dents of all countries may be con-
TUITION FEES AT HARVARD
TO BE RAISED NEXT YEAR
Harvard university's tuition fees
will be increased on account of ad-
vanced expenses and a deficit for this
year estimated at $300,000, according
to an announcement by the corpora-
tion and Board of Overseers.
In the Medical school an increase
from $225 to $300 will become effec-
tive, while in several schools the fee
will be raised from $200 to $250.
Scholarships will be increased at the
same time so as to impose no extra
hardship upon needy students.
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