SCHOLARS FOUND FINKY

"At Harvard," says the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, "the student who does well academically is found to be unstable, naive, insecure, effeminate, and highly emotional." And in general, the high-marks achiever "has less potential for creative activity."

These findings, together with the conclusion that grades are poor criteria for college admission, scholarships, and jobs, are the results of a recent study made by the Corporation of colleges all over the country.