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THE MICHIGAN DAIIY

Says Schoo's '
Size Governs
Its Practices
Differences Among Small
Schools Are Few, Fred-
erick Points Out
Small enrollment tends notably to
prevent variation in school practice,
according to O. I. F ederick, a, staff.
member of the Survey of Secondary
Eucation, who spoke yesterday on
some special phases of the survey.
"Differences in practice among
small schools of differing types of or-
ganization tend in the main to be
fewer and less miportant than dif-
ferences among large schools of the
same types," he declared. "Among
small schools, in other words, the re-
pressive effect of limited enrollment
is so great that the type of organiza-
tion adopted is relatively of little mo-
ment."
Each major increase in enrollment,
he pointed out, tends to be accom-
panied by a marked increase in gen-
eral comprehensiveness of organiza-
tion, he saidDifferences between
large and small schools are so great
that large" schools of any type are
likely to be more comprehensively or-
ganized than small schools either of
the same or of any other type.
"The advantage possessed by the
large schools," he asserted, "is,
moreover, a real advantage 'in, the
sense that it is based upon a greater
number of inherently desirable prac-
tices rather than upon mere com-
plexity of organization."
Reorganized schools, he pointed
out, greatly surpass the unreorgan-
ized schools in the extent to which
special classes are provided. Spe-
cial classes are now widely, used by
the school's of every state, and use
increases regularly with increase, in
total enrollment.
"State junior colleges," he said,
"are a diverse and relatively unsta-
ble group. The number of units in
normal schools and teachers' col-
leges has decreased steadily from 18
in 1922 to 'three in 1931. Three-
fourths oft the publjc junior colleges
are in city school systems.

Out of:State Race

Principals Win
From Faculty;
Teachers Lose
Bekken Chalks Up Fifth
Victory of Season; Last
Games Next Week
The Principals recovered from last
Thursday's relapse and trimmed the
Faculty, 6-0, in a four-hit game,
while the Superintendents continued
to ° spill the dope by stopping the
Teachers, 8-4, in the Education
league yesterday.
Four hits were gvenly divided be-
tween the Faculty and the Princi-
pals in their game, but many mis-
W. L. Pet.
Principals ........5 2 .714
Teachers .. ... . 4 3 1571
Faculty ...........3 4 .428
Superintendents .. 2 5 .285

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The movement to draft former
Gov. Alex I. Groesbeck for the Re-
publican candidacy in the state elec-
tions was definitely abandoned yes-
terday.
Schorling to Address
Education Parley Today
Prof. Raleigh Schorling, of the
School of Education, will address the
4 o'clock conferencetoday on "In-
vestigations of Teacher , Training at
the University of Michigan." The
lecture will be given in the Univer-
sity High school auditorium.
He is professor of education, su-
pervisor of direected teaching and in-
structi6n in the High school, and
head of the department of mathe-
matics. Before coming to Michigan
he was principal of the Lincoln
School: of Teachers college in New
York.
]i Lambda Theta will hold a pic-
nic5 meeting at 5:30 o'clock this af-
ternoon. There will be no outside
speaker at the 2 o'clock conference.
Find Mails Convenient
The Youngston, 0., superintend-
ent of mails has found that mail
boxes are a favorite repository for
useles articles picked up by sneak
thieves and pickpockets.

plays by the Faculty resulted in all
of the opposing runs, which were six
in number. Bekken chalked .up his
fifth win of the season and is the
leading pitcher of the league with
five wins and one defeat.
By beating the Teachers, the Su-
perintendents sprang their second
upset of the season when they began
to click "on all ten" and amassed a
total of sixteen hits off Scheurr-
mann, Teacher twirler.
Thursday will bring together the
Teachers and Principals, while the
Superintendents will seek their third
straight victory from the Faculty.
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