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DAY, SEPT. 26, 1939 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ve Receive Slain Rumanian Premier Is Interred Amid Scenes Of National Mourning \1Honors Program Has

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Armand Calinescu, assassinated premier of Rumania, was buried at Bucharest amid scenes of national mourning. King Carol and Crown
Prince Mihal headed the political and military leaders who paid homage to Calinescu, who was allegedly slain by members of the outlawed Iron
guard. This picture, sent from Berlin to New York by radio, shows the funeral procession with hearse at right.

Scholarship Is Not Affected
By Affiliations, Records Show
According to figures on scholastic ranged by various classifications by
standings released recently by the the Registrar's office, grouping the
Registrar's office, it makes little dif- students according to dormitories,
ference whether a student belongs to fraternities, sororities, etc. The fig-
a fraternity, a sorority, lives in a
dormitory, or leads the life of an in- ures themselves represent an average
dependent. of each group based on the point sys-
The standings of the entire un- tem: A equals four points, B equals
dergraduate student body are ar- three points and so on.
Differences between groups are
- very small, usually a fraction of a
point, and the whole range covered
is only from 2.49 to 2.63. The men's
dormitories lead the list with men
students as, a whole winding up at
RSITY the end.
Dorms Average 2.53
Women's dormitories are listed at
2.53, but sororities lead the dorms
u n c e s with a total average of 2.61. The
women as a whole run better than
f New Offices the dorm girls but fall short of the
affiliated women with an average of
Cels Arcade 2.59. The grand total of all men
and women on campus is 2.52. No
group falls below 2.00, because stu-
rly of Boyd-Pierce Or- ! dents having les sthan a C average
esentative of our office. don't stay on campus long enough to
have their averages bear much
-as may be contracted weight.
ITY Orchestra Service: The standings as listed, run as
folows: Men's Dormitories, 2.63; In-
dependent Women Students, 2.61;
General Sororities, 2.61; Women Stu-
[dents, 2.59; Independent Men and
1 _ NS N Women Students. 2.53; General Fra-
ternities and Sororities, 2.53; Wo-
ERCE men's Dormitories and League Houses
2.53; Men and Women, 2.52; Inde-
pendent Men Students, 2.50; General
Fraternities, 2.50; and Men Stu-
.END dents, 2.49.
Kappa Nu Wins
ED" HOW ARD Medical, Law and Dental students
are not included in these figures. Be-
AY cause of the lack of uniformity be-
tween the grading systems in the pro-
fessional schools, it was deemed ad-
to phone or cal lvisable to consider them as separate
at any time. groups, according to Miss Marion
Williams of the Statistical depart-
DIAL 3937 ment. Nor, she added, would com-
parison between the groups be signi-
ficant.
U.S. And Argentine Fliers
Die As Army Ship Falls
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Sept. 25.-
(IP)=A United States Army Air Corps
tine Army were killed today in the
ncrashof a training plane eight miles
northeast of Randolph Field.
The dead were Second Lieut. Rob-
::> ert G. O'Connor, 22 years old, of
Northampton, Mass., and Capt. Hugo
M. Ferrari Jaurequi, 34.

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