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____ ___ ____ ____ ___ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T RESULTS
TO TESTS

Small Is Criticized
By Former Chairman

wtARVAit11R Ns ituroGITVE S
RESE'LTS OF EXP~ERIMENT
AT RIJ)GE SCHOOL
Finds Worker W1ho Wants Spending
M~oney, But Need Not Work,
Is Worst Scholar
B~oys who support themselves while
in school are the most successful.
The least successful are those who
work only for spending money. Non-
workers fall between these two class-
Theseae are the results of a study re-
ported in the. "Vocational Guidance
'Magazine" by Frances T. McCabe of
Harvard university. It was conducted
in the Ridge Technical school inl
Cambridge, Mass., having an enroll-
ment of 1,000 boys of from 13 to 20
years,
'No Previous Kowledge
Without preNvloud 1knaowledge of the
boy's charactei-.c: or traits, 758
boys. were chosen as a true cross-
section of the entir.e student body.
The workers, those who work after
school for pay, and the non-workers,
those who dp not work~ after school,
were separated inter two main gi'oups.
Then the _worker group was 'subdivil-
ed into two parts; those who work for
the pleasures afforded by the extra
money, and those who are compelled
to work.
The work~ers and the non-workers
were then compared as to school
marks, failure marks, honor marks,
and group intelligence test results.
The two groups of workers were com-
pared in the same way.
It was found that while the non-
worker group had a greater percent-
age o .its Marks below 60 per cent,;
it also had a greater percentage of it's
mark~s above 75 per cent. Consider-
ing the unreliability of teacher's
marks, it is evident that no signifi-
cant difference exists between 'work-
ers and non-workers..
Groups Compared
Comparing the two groups of work-
ers; the group which is obliged to
work has fewer failures, only 26 per
cent, wliile the workers for extra
money have 70 per cent of the total
failures for both groups. I
When those obliged to work, the
work~ers for extra mioney, and the
noen-workers are compared in school
mark~s, those obliged to work have the
greatest percentage of marks above
75 per cent and the least percentage;
below 600 per 'cent. Those working
for extra money make the .poorest,
showing, while the non-workers hold
second place.
More than 21 students have beenl
register~ed in the ground school course
on naval aviation °which has been es-
tablished at Princeton university this
year, according to Commander J:.'W.
Iseman, commandant of .the Rockaway
Air Station.

RECEIVE APPLICATIONS
FOR FRESH AIR CAMP!
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While the camp grounds on Pat-
terson lake are being put into perfect;
cond 'ition, and final plans. for the tag
day drive are being formulated at
Lane hail, the Student Christian as-
socilation is already receiving appli-
catins (from~ man~y boys who can
hardly Wait ;for the time to plunge in-
to the newly dredged swimming~ hole,
at the Fresh air camp, held annually
by the Student Christian association.
The capacity of the camp is being
enlarged this year, according to
1-o mer Grafton, secretary of the as-
sociation, and it is hoped that more
boys may be given this unusual plea-
sure and advantage this year than
ever befo~re.

REIFBILL GETS
NIGHT DI$CUSSJON
(By Ass~ociate(I Prs )
WA'.SHINGTON, April 30-The con.-
gr-essional word stream went out of its
baniks ini the Ilouse today and was
running brimiful on the Senate side.
The inundation was based onl farm re-
lief and 'caused the House to have aj
night session, the ft~st of the year,
but the Senate hung out a "to be con-
tinued" sign on Smoot, of Utah, after
he had talked more than an hour
against the Boulder darn bill, andl was
less than half way through with his
27 column prepared address.
There were, it appeared, some other
points about the Colorado river de-
velopment project over which Califor-
nia and Oregon have joined issue,
about which the Utah senator had un-
deliveijed remarks and which he plan-
ned' to add. on in the. Senate tomor-
row. Up to quitting time, however, hej
had covered the proposition in alll
possible directions, it seemed, defining
it utterly without merit from any

Assistant Succeeds
White As Treasunc

ha.elen ndr ayfor some time. "The schools+ of Soth Aercar
Tepla, wh N'lich is saidl to be tileentirely unlike our nvrtis"ai
iargest ever attempated. will be thei Thomas 1H. Trueblo .d, professor ,meri-
feature of a program' prepared by ituts of publics speaking.,lstrdiay,
mnembers of Cale~ns, medical honor so- con1cernling his recenlctur,111eld :in-
ciety, which w ill include several acts spection to)ur thiroughl South Amer-i<i,
of vaudeville and musical selections,
by Bud Golden's Orchestra. i wich hie took: to funti'thr pubic speak:-
The All-Medic Smoker is the an- ik;amrong the schools of thcco-
nual event sponsored by Galens' and tinlelt.
is the only All-Medic affair of the In th.,se sclho is uthere, is no stwtli
year. The play. will be so arranged thing as "college sii, acrigto
as to burlesquate some of the promin-Preso ubod. hyla n
cuet in the Medical School. Further 1rtso ullod i I
thani that the plans are secret. camlpus, many builing bngmie_
Tickets went on sale yesterday in apart. W hen onle asklfort he c, ar
the various classes of the Medical in1ts of at School, hle will be 11h1ii
school. The added attraction, accord-I that one is Diou ithe .outskirts while;
ing to Charles C. Chapple, '28i1#', in another' may be loca;ted in the heart
Schrgeof te afair isthe acttha' of the city, among nise and1 traffic.
chage ~ he ffaris he ac tht Neither do these scheols hava%(ily
refreshments Will be served (luringaheis"hecnldd
the evening.aheis"h osltcl

GA LENS REHEARSE~ir
PLAY FOR PARTY RUioiLOOD TALKS O
h c1il for te o u mr act1) p i o
dU~i u lc e gvenat the All- Medic Ma tteMmsTEDierUCTIONAL SYTEM

;,arid R. Jackson
Ex-chairmani Of the Illinois comn-
merce' commission, who recentlyl
charged Governor Len Small of. hav-
ing him removed from office because
he threate'ned 'to .block efforts to es-
tablish .a straight ten-cent elevated
fare 'in Chicago.
American Nurses Aid
Greeks In Bad Quake
CORNITH, Greece, April 30.-Coin-
cident today with the appeal to
America for financial aid, came re-
ports of how American nurses are
meeting the situation caused by the
earthquake with typical Yankee ener-
gy.
]Fourteen babies who were intro-{
duced into the quaking world which
demolised the homes of their par-
ents are being cared for in tents by
Near East relief workers who have im-
provised cradles from barrel staves
'cans. Vrirtuall all, household uten-
scpfrmils have' been destroyed by the earth-
quake.
SOCIETIE.S UNITE
TO STAGE DANCE
Web and Flange, senior honorary
engineering society, and the Forestry!
Club will hold an informal dance
Saturday, May 5th, at the M~asonic
-Temple. Tickets may be 'obtained
from Anembers of Web and Flange or
the Forestry Club, and at rooiti 301
'West Engineering building.

Henry S. Grinnell, '28, wants the standpoint.
camp to be' solely a student affair Improvement of dairying is the ob-
this year and hopes to get the great. jec tive of the "Better Live-Stock
majority, of financial aid for the camp j Train" which is soon to be sent all
during tag dlays on May 14 and 15: over the state of New Hampshire.

I ~ 11. Theodore 'late
EiWho has been the assistant trea-
surer of the United States and was'!
appointed treasurer by PresidentI
Coolidge. He succeeds Frank White,
resigned.
LON CHANEY

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"R5OSE4F T Eij E TS"
SHIRLEY M4ASON
Thei~ dramja of a woimtus licse! A love that shiecl1Wd
Wnd protected! A log that al ay,- knew and under-
.stomt! A love that' guidedla' stuuling boy 6er lies
))orils anij hrought Iilum to Ja~piness ! A story of the
greatest love Ji1 life!

(The IJi -witih 1000 'lFaces)
LIONDON AFTER
If 1011 Are Nervous, Please
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