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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1951
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WOMEN TRIUMPH-AS USUAL:

'U' Scholarship Average Dips to

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.56

C

After tying the all-time record
in 1949-50, University undergrad-
uate scholarship took a slight dip
last year.
The canipus wound up with an
average of 2.56, after reaching a
peak of 2.57 the year before and
in two previous years.

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AS USUAL, the women outdid
the men. Haggard males, dis-
traught with draft w o r r i e s,
slipped .02 to 2.53, while the wo-
men shot up .02 to 2.64.
All these averages ranged be-
tween a "B" and a "C" in the
University's grade-point system
of averaging marks. "A" counts
four points per semester hour
credit, "B" three points per
hour, and so on down the line.
Among the general groups, wo-
m e n in co-operative housing
again placed at the top with a
2.74. or almost three-fourths of
the distance from a "C' to a "B"
grade.
SORORITIES WERE next in
line with a 2.67, followed by wo-
men's residence halls, men's resi-
dence halls, men's co-ops and
fraternities in that order.
Freshmen found the sledding
a little rough, as they wound
up with only 2.40,
The grade averages for last
year for the individual housing
groups follows:
RESIDENCE HALLS
Grade-Point
Rank Student Group Average
1 Martha Cook Bldg. ......2.89
2 Adelia Cheever House ....2.81
3 Betsy Barbour House .....2.69
4 Henderson House .......2.68
5 Helen Newberry Residence 2.67
6 Stockwell Hall ...........2.62
Women's Residence Halls 2.61
7 Michigan House .........2.60
8 Jordan Hall .............2.59.
8 Angell House ............2.59

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Hinsdale House ..........2.58
Allen-Rumsey House .....2.58
Lloyd House .............2.57
Mosher Hall .............2.57
Greene House ...........2.56
Chicago House ..........2.56
Adams House ............2.54
Strauss House ...........2.53
Williams House ..........2.53
M. L. Hinsdale House .....2.52
Men's Residence halls ....2.52
Anderson House .........2.51
Wenley House ...........2.51
Hayden House ...........2.50
Winchell House ........2.50
Kleinstueck House .......2.49;
Couzens Hall ............2.48;
Prescott House ..........2.48;
Tyler House .............2.48
Victor Vaughan House ...2.47;
Cooley House ............2.46
Beal Residence ..........2.31
Fletcher Hall...........2.30
CO-OPERATIVE HOUSES
Stevens Co-op. House . . . .2.89
Muriel Lester Co-op. Hse. 2.77
Women's Co-op. Houses ..2.74
Osterweil Co-op. House . .2.64
Robert Owen Co-op. Hse. 2.60
Men's Co-op. Houses .....2.48
John M. Nakamura Co-op. 2.45
Michigan Co-op. House ..2.37
GENERAL FRATERNITIES
Zeta Beta Tau ...........2.77
Acacia2..... .........2.75
Sigma Alpha Mu........2.71
Alpha Epsilon Pi .........2.63
Kappa Nu ..............2.58
Sigma Nu ............2.57
Delta Chi ...............2.57
Sigma Pi ................2.56
Theta Delta Chi .........2.56
Phi Sigma Delta .........2.54
All Men .................2.53
Triangle ................2.52
Sigma Phi ..............2.51
Delta Upsilon ...........2.49
Phi Kappa Psi ...........2.49
Alpha Tau Omega .......2.47
Phi Gamma Delta .......2.47
Kappa Sigma...........2.47

15 Phi Delta Theta .........2.47
General Fraternities . ... .2.47
19 Theta Xi ................2.46
20 Alpha Delta Phi .........2.43
20 Theta Chi ..............2.43
20 Delta Kappa Epsilon .....2.43
20 Pi Lambda Phi ..........2.43
20 Trigon................2.43
25 Delta Tau Delta .........2.42
25 Beta Theta Pi ...........2.42
25 Sigma Phi Epsilon .......2.42
28 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ... .2.41
28 Phi Kappa Tau.........2.41
30 Lambda Chi Alpha .......2.40
30 Phi Sigma Kappa ........2.40
30 Tau Kappa Epsilon .....,2.40
33 Chi Psi .................2.39
34 Tau Delta Phi ...........2.38
35 Sigma Chi..............2.37
36 Phi Kappa Sigma ........2.33
37 Psi Upsilon . ..........2.32
37 Delta Sigma Phi........2.32
37 Zeta Psi .................2.32
40 Chi Phi.... ..........2.27
41 Alpha Sigma Phi ......2.24
42 Alpha Phi Alpha ........2.20
GENERAL SORORITIES
1 Alpha Epsilon Phi .......2.89
2 Sigma Delta Tau ........2.81
3 Chi Omega ..............2.76
4 Alpha Xi Delta ..........2.75
5 Zeta Tau Alpha..........2.74
6 Alpha Delta Pi ..........2.71
7 Kappa Delta ............2.70
8 Kappa Kappa Gamma ...2.69
9 Delta Delta Delta ........2.68

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Alpha Chi Omega ........2.68
Delta Zeta ..............2.68

Singers Given
Opportunities
(Continued from Page 3)
day and tomorrow in the League,
and also at 7 p.m. today for those
who cannot attend at any other
time.
This Club, under the direction
of Mrs. Samuel D. Estep, has
planned Christmas and Spring
concerts, and a spring tour which
will take them to Ohio and Mich-
igan. Anyoane who enjoys singing
is eligible to join this group, Mrs.
Estep said.

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Gang

General Sororities ........2.67
12 Pi Beta Phi ..............2.67

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All Women..............2.641
Alpha Omicron Pi ........2.63
Alpha Phi ...............2.61
Alpha Gamma Delta .....2.60
Gamma Phi Beta ........2.60
Collegiate Sorosis........2.59
Delta Gamma ...,.......2.55
Kappa Alpha Theta .... . 2.45

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