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October 25, 1927 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TH MCIGNDAL

RKARP1MSKI
I GUnSSESU. S. MAPS
;ts Arciv~es of Variouas European
Countries Obtaining Facts
On American Mlaps
kLIKS TO RESEARCH CLUB
[mportanit information with regard
the mapping of America by Euro-'
fns in years gone by was discussed
Prof. Karpinski of the mathematics
irtment, in an address before mem-
-a of the Research club recently,
Yoking on his leave spent in Europe.
roughout Europe, Proessor Karpin-
found that there was a veritable'
re of material regarding America
4den away in archives of the vdr-
s countries.
3y this project, American scholars
w have before them more than a
usand pictures brought back by
ofessor Karpinski, touching upon
mapping of America. The sur-
r was made with the support of the
=ents library, and the co-operation
the Library of Congres~s and the
ztington library.-
kt the ministry of war in France,
ire than 150 manuscript, maps were
Ind giving details of French partic.-
Mion in the American revolution.
all more than 676 photographs
re made there, maling available
use by American historians' all3
mass of importa~nt material which
s scattered through ten different
raries in France.
Could N{ot Mfake Pictures.
)nly at the national. archive in
Arid was permission refused. to the
resentative of the University to
eke photographts. Only five maps
ire involved there, however, and
ofessor Karpin~ski believes that
:e will' doubtedlessly be secured in.
anear future. In Seville, contrary
thre policy encounitered at Madrid,
difficulty with the authorities was
ilid when Professor Karpinski de-
^ed to photograph more than 100 inn-
rtant manuscripts located in the ar-
ves of the Indies.

REGISTRAR IRA SMITH'S REPORT SHOWS
.A'S HERE EQUAL COMBINED T

Figures from Registrar Ira Smith'sI looks like a sure 13 with 62 per cent?

report just completed show that the
total number of A's given in the lit-
erary school last year was nearly
equal to the combined total of D's
and E's, the grand total of A's being
4,915 as against 3,983 D's and 1,156 E's.
B's on the other hand were nearly
three times as numerous as A's, and
C's were most popular of all, 16,847
being given or 41.8 per cent of the
41,005 grades in all, being C's.
Italian looks like one of the best
courses of study in which to annex
a few honor points. The department
maintains a 35 per cent promise of an
A and a 37.6 per cent promise of a B1,
according to the figures for last year.
Another promising field for scholastic
endeavor is Fine Arts, where the per-
centage of A's runs around 32, and of
B's around 50, In general, German
looks like the, most promising course
on the campus for the department gave.
527 A's in all, leading by a long jump
the rhetoric department who gave 368
A's to twice as many students.
To those who do not need so many
honor points a somewhat broader
choice is presented. Russian, in the
vernacular of the authority on pipes,
r nting, Enugranint1

of those taking the course' getting that
grade. Htygiene is another sure 13, 53
per cent of the hygiene students mak-
ing B's. Public Speaking is a surle 1B
or C, along with Classi-A Archae-'
ology, Landscape Design, iad Literary!
Science.
Physiological Chemistry was the
most disastrous course offered in the
literary school last year. ,,NoYA's were
given, and 57.2 per cent of those t ak-

NUMBER OF! Athletic Club Picks
9TAL OF D'S AND E'Sj Officers At Meeting,
ing it made D's or t ' s, Phys;c s lro--___
duced the second(I highest percentage At thenmeet ing ofC111 th eihigan Ath-#
of F.'s, butGeolgy as Second in ID l erie ,Managers <}lub Sa turday noonl at.
a I iB i flities with m21ore than 21 the DjnCare1 ar, fKnmsas:
per 'e1t. Chemstry w'' ',,a aclose e'- jCity, a formerltlet.k'.'ic diretor here,'
enld wvith 20.9(percenll})'3 and ;'S, and was Chlosen honary 1 precsident;
physics and3PsyL'Colg y fol}l od in (Th'omas CC lancy, of Ihpemingwasl
tha1t o (rerwith hig.;h1 pe'(retag es of elected l pre(dlt; S. HWells Utley, ofj
f'atalities.!Detroit, vice-pI)^si(}tit anld iHaw ley
All-A stuIdents for bonth semestersj Tapping, .of' Ann A' rbor, field secretary
number 47, 19 accomplishing thec feat of the Mihia Alumni association,j
Itrice last year. was chosen secretary-treasurer.
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