SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS MORE DEVOUT THAN HARVARD

According to figures compiled on last week's attendance at the 8.40 o'clock daily chapel services, summer school students are more devout than those in the regular college term. Although the first few days only 20 attended the services, which are being held for the first time this year in the new Chapel, in the last week the average was 75 out of 1617 possible attendance.

During the term from September to June the average has been about 50 out of 4300 possible students. Instead of visiting preachers every day, Willard Learoyd Sperry, dean of the Theological School, conducts every morning. When the summer services were held in Phillips Brooks House, the attendance was sparse.