_ TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1926
Reports Show H(
5 Had Good Hi
Students who are accorded honors
Sfor excellence in scholarship gener-
~*ally' snter the University with excel-
Slent high school grades, and show em-
Sphasis on academic subjects during
Stheir secondary school course, it was
Sannounced 'yesterday by the committeeI
T~charged with the task of arranging
the third annual Honors convocation
Yto be held at 11 o'clock tomorrow in
$The conclusions are drawn from a
Sstudy made of last year's H-onors con-.
t:vction students by three graduate
students, Earl C. Chandler, Ralph Van'
H Ioesen, and Ethel A. Peterson. The?
Sstudy made by Chandler deals with
Shonors students of- the 1925 literary
Sclass; that made by Van Hoesen con-
l ists of a survey of the freshmen who
were dismissed from the literary col-
Slege during the year 1924-25 as' defic-
i ent in scholarship;, and that of Miss.
'Peterson is a similar study of engi-
neering freshmen dismissed during the
Sthree academic years 1922-25.
'~Students who are annually cited at:1
S-the Honors convocation are those who
rank in the upper ten per cent of the
Ssenior classes of the various colleges,
#and have maintained an average grade
of "B" or better. The 95 students thus
:0chosen last year from the 1925 literary
class placed special emphasis on
~j academic as contrasted with so-called
& 'practical subjects in high school, _
4'Chandler's report reads. Especially,
is advanced work in languages notice-
Sable in the high school records, along
Swith considerable work in mathema-
Stics and the sciences such as chem-
Sistry and physics., High school grades.
were also high, none of the 95 showing
Sand average as low as "C".
S During th'e school yar of 1924-25,
'x the literary college dismissed 160
freshmen. Of these, 57 entered with
."conditions" because of low scholar-
Sship in high school, the Van Hoesen:
Sreport reveals. Of this group of 57,
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
.gh School Grades
M ti i ,, 1 ' , 7 .
but four mereC (eficient inl work pre-I
scribed in high school curricula.
As colitr'steed with the honors stu-
dents, this - group also indicated by
their ehloiCe of high school studies,
'but r eatively little interest in the
course.s Lenerally' considered "aca-
Similar results are indicated in thei
study mnade of freshman engineering;
classes for the three year _period from
1922 to 1925, Miss Peterson's study
shows. During this period, the col-
Ilege sent home 96 students. Deficien-
cies in certain entrance requirtements
iwere reported by 'a large majority, 77,
of which 37 were deficient in mathe-
matics, 3,2 in science, and 19 in Ian-I
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