A random sample of 50 students was asked what salary the college should be prepared to pay to attract the right individual to coach the football team. An independent random sample of 50 faculty members was asked the same question. The 100 salary figures were then pooled and ranked in order (with rank 1 assigned to the lowest salary). The sum of the ranks for faculty members was 2,024. Test the null hypothesis that there is no difference between the central locations of the distributions of salary proposals of students and faculty members against the alternative that in the aggregate students would propose a higher salary to attract a football coach.