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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

,S'ATI_?RI)AY, FEBRUARY 26, 1927

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 19Z7

A THLE..TES' MARKS

"IARE

HIGERTAAT

NON-wATHLETES'

THRE YER REPORTSHWVAITME
q A K A O E 4 A A D ~ " i 1 e~ I e r~s o f T r a c k T e a n t S o w R e o r d s -vl I t t h e n mn o i p o t s , x NA . m c i
Whicht Are -Sinjerior To Those lgn yloe ith 75.7. Tie numei al
Of Aniy Other Squad 1 Ilin ill tli pr poitroved to be eq.<ual
I(c_ A A mn with a schol, ,.tic avor-
FOOTALLMENLOW STef l.l 0football athlete is al-
nitost on thle same lovei with t1he non-
Scholaetic verages of athlete: athete with a percentage of 73.1. T3.=
stand distinctly higher than those of Varsity squad has a higher 1recorJ than
non-athletes, according to a recent the nion-athletic group with 74,5 p r
study of the comparative scholarship cent, The football ANTA men feA oaft
staning of hos pariciatin inwith 73.9, while the grid numeral win-
athletics and those not doing so. This ni etlwrwt 29~

NOTED ITALIAN MAKES SUCCESSFUL j~l~ if(TIf~~l BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT IN DEAN'S
FLIGHT IN FIRST ]LEG OF JOURNEY rFI VRSlIY BAD;! OFFICE SUPPLIES 1729 POSITIONS
__________________________________________________Dnire n Nie hundred and seventy-two mnis- cas, staying with children, steo-
BEGA ~ocllaeus ash jobs, 55 board jobs, grapy, mailing, sorting papes, tak-
I __ r12 s tay as psii sad R in inetrzadn blernsox

The scholastic st:iniling of the l)4. :....::: ;:.:,::":"'"s: ... : ..... ... :..
than the ratings 01f ti3w fvo ball.a.«. '-.:.. .. ?s v.,,;::." . - -
lete wih ageneral average of 75a.t>
per cent. Again here, the Varsity Imlenl . 4. .-'... "? " , $y;:;. jr . ",,:
have a higher average than the other '" 's...: "
groups. in that sport with a rating o3
76.4. The AMA men obtained a slight; Comimando-derd Pinedo's plane, the Savoia-55, is shown in the photo
aidvantage over the Varsit~y by se cur- above as it appeared just before the Italian aviator took off on his propos-
ng a percentage thiree tenths higher , e 3,00 il flight to four continents.
Tile basketball numerals as usual De Pinedo made the flight across the Atlantic sucsflyadlne
,ame3.lower thent eohrgop on an island 270 miles off the Brazilian coast. He started for the coast
with73.6per ent.but was forced to return to the island because of storm and seas, This
Theschlaticratngof llthe b~ase-- is the enghlth time the Atlantic has been crossed by the air route.
ball hathletes cwas 73.5ingr ngthigerf
hall the football standing, but not as
high as the tracek aind basketball rat- ED CA IO PR F S O S TO A T N
iugs. The Varsity baseball athletes NATIONIAL e"DN'ERENCE - T DALLA
a2gain went higher with 74.7 percent, I
lust retaining that position -over the I
,.MA mnent with 74.6. The baseball nu- Seven faculty members of the School versity of Texas, and Dr. H. T. Man-
neral gainers fell dlown with 71.2 per -,of Education's will represent the IUni- ;nel, of the same institution.1
gent, which is the lowest scholastic versity at the annual meeting of the
,tanding of any group of athletes inE National Education association, to l)x__________________
-he IUiversity during the past thiree! held from Feb. 28 to Mar'ch 3, in Dal-
eT hercenitages of the athletes and 'Prof. C. 0. IDavis, Prof. Clifford Woodiy,
non-athletes wer'e based upon tihe fol-: Prof. Raleigh Sehorlinig, Prof. A. 13.
'owing schedule: A 100 per cent, B13 Moehiman, Prof. S. A. Courtis, land
~per cent, C 70 per (cent and E 20 Prof. Thomas Diamond will leave thisj
per cent. week-end for the meeting which w
- 11h1(1 last year in Washington, D.. C.
,XHIB T E ITIONS Banquets and special sessionsat
OF K ATS'11OD which various problems of education
OF EATY Q'b' OR S wi be discussed, make up the pro-
grain of the convention,I which wNill
AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 25.-A colle_ I bhave dolegate-s from practically every
-ion of tile, first edition of two great, bid, school inl the country. Dr. Fred-'
ngllsihp1ets, .J01l1l Keats and3 Percy, erick Eby, professor of tlh,e history o::
rhysslle Shelley, has lbeen placedl education and director of the suimmerj
, Xhiblit ion inl the Wrenn library of Session of tihe University of rrexas
'he Univer sity, of Texas by Miss Fanl-{ will speak before the professor's o''
tie Rtutherford, librarian assistant. the history of education onl ",ow to
There are the first nine editionls of! Realize- Professional Value of 1;1!-
Keats' books and "tile first five of cational History."
Shelley'; (i playaeI i>i a sinlgle case. Otlher talks include an address deal-
Keats published h i r i'st volumne inl! ig withI national conferences on eedu-'
1817 and the last fin 1820. There is anl cational imethods andl standards of
first edition of ea, .i ) these on dis-' supervision, by Dr. F. C. Aver, U~ni-;
play. The ex:hibito; s > includes a -_________________ __
numb~er of his prose wr 1, a 'd poems G lli-Curci says voices sho~zuld be
published after his death in 1821. trained early.j

(Continued from P'age One) room ~jobs have been filled up to (late;crainig a telephone switchboaurd,
tion, andi this, together wB 1 inls de- this year by the Bureau of Employ- clerki:ng in a hotel, teaching anid tutor-
rived1 from a few concerts, wen Ill ent in the office of tile Dean of Stu- ing, wa<shing windows, waxing floors,
wars a co plee ehinihin, ll~ a dents, according Mrs. Mfary Stewart paintinlg, cement work, electricalt
reorganization, to a unit of 70 p~ieces ; ill arge of the b)ureau. The total,s work, plastering, paperhanging, wash-
the foundation of the presenlt band. ,729, is slightly more than at the samle ing cars, upholstering, picture frani-
Another probleml s<on arose whien time last yearn "We fill about 3,4001 ing, machine shop work, sign paint-
the studlent bd ceased toparnz job:, a year,", state( Mi-s. Stewart,; ing, show card writing, artist's model
the pe bodycocepa adteroi i "and l e about 1,500 students regis- posing, pressing, carrying trunks, dle-
clans were forced to pa:ss thelO hii* tered for employment during the two livering laundry, soliciting of various
onl the campus, the ai outside of the Isemnesters." kiinds; sacking peanuts, selling bun-
Ferryr Field gate (snete r i About 200 nmiscellaneous kinds of dles, handling baggage, dtriving a de-
aloe nie -dt institute tag, jobs are filled during tie year. Among livery truck, vlairy work, barbfering,
(hiys whenlever it viS (s rahblc to these. are tending fuirnaces, driving farm work, picking fruit, and reading.
take the band to an -outsidlc football' .
game.
Such finaneill ig rrang'eme2nts ce'ased
to function in time, end fr. Caniph-ll
went to tile Regents with a proposi-
tion to establish the b)and as an ii-;
stitutioii in thle ITniversit y, supported
by ap propriations. He was refused, How often is the complaint made that some
but after bringing the athletic associa-; a, gosretoh vy
tion into line on tile project, perinis- baeod retohay
sion was filially grainted, and the plan We use oniy the 'best of flour and the best of
involved which is now in use, where- eupet u ae od r eylgt r
by 50 cents from each student's til- eupet u ae od r eylgt r
tion is given to the maintenance (of thei them and see
band. Its appearances andl concerts
are now given freely to the University n ro B liord
and stude~nts by use of tlis h ln. A b r al-ng C
ULpon the resignation of Capt. Wil-- ,
son last year, the Regents, obtatined l; 606 South Main St. We Deliver. Dial 4789
the services of Normlan Larson as dti--
rector, and under his leadership great-j
er projects are under considerationf
1 than ever before.

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