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Penn State Develops
Technique to Predict
Students' Success
8y the Associated Press
DETROIT, Sept. 11.—A technique
j of predicting an entering student's
prospects for scholastic success has
been developed at,, Pennsylvania
State College — and the system's
batting average is pretty high.
This was reported to the Ameri
! can Psychological Association's 55th
meeting today by Psychologist Rob
ert G. Bernreuter of Penn State's
I “psychoeducational clinic” — the
I outfit that tells the fortunes of.
freshmen almost before they get
their bags unpacked or have a
chance to get their football tickets.
The general idea is to try to;
guide the student into a course1
I suitable to his capabilities.
Predictions are based on per
sonality, mental ability and voca
tional interest tests, as well as I
on vocabulary, paragraph reading, j
arithmetic and English usage work-!
outs. High school scholastic marks!
also are a factor. Would-be* sci-j
entists and engineers get an addi
tional algebraic test.
Forecasts are made for one year
only.
Saying that the system's predic-*
jtions now have an average of 67 peri
cent accuracy, with relation to I
actual records obtained by students'
: once they got going, Mr. Bernreuter
declared:
“We are hoping to improve our
present procedures. * * *”
Southern Democrats Boom
Arnall for Vice President
By the Associated Press
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 11.
—Representative Kefauver, Demo
crat. of Tennessee and a group of
Tennessee and Georgia Democrats
have proposed former Gov. Arnall of
Georgia as a 1948 running mate for
President Truman.
Speaking last night at a meeting
of the Hamilton County Young
; Democratic Club. Representative
Kefauver said. •'Arnall is a capable
'man for the job."
In answer to the question why j
j Mr. Arnall should not run for Presi- !
'dent, Mr. Kefauver said. “We are
[saving him for 1952 for that."
Mr. Arnall, in a talk to the club,
j forecast the re-election of Presi- j
dent Truman. 1
Sailor Waives Hearing
In Slaying Near Norfolk
ly tS» Associated Press
NORFOLK, Va.. Sept. 11.—Ray
mond V. Ballard, 27, ships cook 3 c,
of Arden, N. C.-, waived Police Court
hearing yesterday and was sent on
to Corporation Court grand jury on
a charge of fatally shooting George
Barry’, 34, British merchant seaman
from Liverpool, England, at nearby
Ocean View Sunday night.
Iran Is Seen Rejecting
Red Oil Pad, U. S. Aid
•y th* Associated Press
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TEHERAN. Iran, Sept. 11—Some
qualified observers predicted today
that the new Iranian Parliament
might vote down both the Soviet
Iran oil agreement and a proposed
*25,000,000 American military credit
as an expression of impartiality
toward the great powers.
Close associates of Premier Ah
med Qavam said Soviet Ambassador
Sadchikov had informed Mr.
Qavam that Russia would consider
Iran a "bitter blood enemy” if the
oil agreement is not approved by
Parliament and one Teheran dep
uty, a member of the majority
Democratic Party, said he was "not
so certain as a week ago" that the
j oil concession would be disapproved.
He said Mr. Sadchikov's "ulti
matums and threats” had had a
; strong influence on some members.
Numerous members of Parliament
previously had predicted almost
certain defeat for the oil agree
ment. under which Russia would
get 51 per cent of the shares in an
oil development corporation in five
northern provinces for 25 years.
• In London authoritative gov
ernment sources said Sir John
Le Rougetel, British ambassa
dor at Teheran, was hurrying
home for top - level talks on
Soviet-Iranian relations.)
Informants said Mr. Qavam was
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