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THE MICHIGAN

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STUDENT NOW HAS 1 9_1OPOTNT
OPPORTU Y TO PASS
NEW STATISTICS SHOW
OVER 85 PERCENT OF ALL THE
GRADES GIVEN WERE
BETTER THAN C
41,450 6RADES TURNED IN
Pathology With Three Students
and Sanskrit With Three Are
Least Popular Courses
Students in the literary college,
taken as a whole, have a 19 to 1
chance of passing their courses
with a D or better, and a four to
one chance of getting a C or bet-
ter, according to figures released
yesterday by the Recorder's Office.
To put it a different way, 95 per-
cent of all the grades given last
year in the literary college were
D or better, and 85.9 percent were
C or better. Only 3.1 percent were
E, while 1 percent were X and the
rest incomplete. Including A's, B's,
C's, D's, E's, X's, and Inc's, 41,450
marks were turned in by al depart-
ments of the literary college.
The history aepartment turned
in 4,266 marks to lead the pack,
but English was a close second with
4,148, and rheotoric also broke into
the four thousand colunin with
4001 marks turned in. These courses
were easily the most popular, no
other department even breaking
2,500, although German, economics,
and psychology were grouped close-
ly around 2,250.
Three Take Pathology
Pathology with three students
and Sanskrit with six proved to
be the least popular courses, al-
though Sanskrit deserved much
better. Two of the students en-
rolled received A in the course and
the other four received B.
Besides Sanskrit, only one other
course last year, library science, of-
fered a one to two shot at an A.
To the 283 students enrolled were
distributed 95 A's, 161 B's, 25 C's,
a D, and an X, making it the most
likely course on the campus in1

which to pick up a few honor material will be interested in phys-
points. ics, mathematics, economics, chem-
as for pipe courses, fine arts, jour- istry, and history, which scored the
nalism, and music are "sure B's." highest numbers of D and E fatali-
Between them they offer practical- fties in that order. History and eco-
ly a two to one shot of getting a B. nomics led numerically, but physics
Mental athletes, begoggled schol- was far ahead in percentage with
ars, and Phi Beta Kappa rushing 27.9 percent D's and E's.

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