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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, _ 1926'

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STUDENT DSCPLN
IDen n Efinger a ccepts Reaiinienaa-
flirl Of Administrative Bo-,rd
Of Literary College
THREE TO BE SELECTED
Plans are under wayl to appoint
three students, one woman and two'
mnen, who will meet with Admin-1
istrative Board of the faculty of the:
literary college when all cases of stu-
dent discipline in examinations or
class are being considered, it was an-
nounced yesterday at the office of
Dean John R. Effinger, of the literary
college. The appointments will be
made as a result of a recommendation
made by the Administrative Board.
The rien students will be appointed
at a meeting of Dean Effinger and the!
president of the Student council,
Dean Effinger and the president of the1
Woman's league' will appoint the
woman.
The appointment of the three stu-
dents will give the student body
privileges it never before exercised.I
The Student council was the instigator
of the move for the appointment of!
the students.
0 In giving the students the right
to be represented in handling these
special cases of discipline, it is be-
Iieved by the faculty committee that
students will be gi fen a better under-;
standing on how cases of this kind
are handled and the fact that the stu-
dents will take a part in the discus-
1ion will add weight to the decisions
when they are announced.1
CHAMPAIGN, Il.-Statistics com-
piled- by, the University of Illinois I
show a differentiation in grades be-
tween students who have class periods
on Saturday and those having the
same period on week-days. The
tendency of those having, Saturday
yclasses is for grades considerably'
lower.

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