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in harge of today's isue,
L. J. MONTGOMERRY.
The European Fellowship and a
Scholarship for Colleiate
The fotllowing circilar f thio Acso-
ciatiou o Colegite Alumoffi hs
bon ent to President Angell for pub-
ASSOCATION OF COLLEGIATE
The European Fellowship.
The aociatioln of Collgiate Alum
nal i desirous of ncorgig tte pur-
utII of vanced coures of stuiy
anmong swomen graduates of colleges.
It th.arere propoes to dvote ive
hundred dollars every year towrd
paying tie epenses of ome young
womn 'who wihs to cry on her
studies in a forign country. Appli-
ctions for hio fellowhip will be re-
ceived by ny nmembr of the com-
mittee hving it in charge. The can-
didates bust be graduates of collegeS
belongilig to the asoceiation, and ap
plicatiosn, for the year 1900-1901 mist
bo antei in bforo Ferary 1, 1900.
The feloship will oo awarded ony'
to candidates who give promie of
disticto in the sjects to whics
they devote themselves. It will be
the aim of thoe committee to appoint
theicaatodtate who ho bot fitted for
the poition through original gifts,
previo training, energy, power of
endurnce and health. To this end
they will receive applications in writ-
ing rent eligible candidates, who will
present, as clearly as possible, their
claims to thle fellowship. A comp-
titive examaination will not be held,
but the tletowal of the fellowship will
be csed upon evidence of the cndii-
datesc ability, and of her prospect of
success in her chosen line of stdv.
Such eience will naturally consist
of () her college diploma; () tet-
monials 00 to superior ability and
high character from her professors
and other qualified judges; (c) satis-
factory cevidence of thoroughc goods
health d) a statement of the sworc
in wthi c he propoes to engage siib-
euew.iy; (clot and of chief im-
portance. tcamples of her scientific or
litera~- sork in the formn of papes
or anile 1, or accounts of scientific
investigatons swhichi sle hoscrriedI
on. The fellowhil will not usally
be grantedl to thokeswho are intending
to take- up the prctice of any~ of the
three learned professions, tough such
are 1101 formally ocluded from the
competitin; it will rather be bestow-
ed upons those who are looing for-
ward to positions as professors and
teachers and to literary and scientiic
vocaions. Preference will be given,
other things being equal, to graduates
of not more than five years' standing.
The fellowship will, in. general, be
hold for one year; but in an unusually
promising case the term may be ex-
tend-h at the discretion of the com-
MRS. zESRSIhf BRADWELL HELMER,
,128i Michigan Avenue,
MRS I-IEI.ER HISCOCK BACKUJS,
17 Livingston Street,
Brooklyn, N. T.
MRS. CH.RlSTINE LADD FRANKLIN,
1507 Park Avenue.
In a(Aition to the above Fellow-
ship ii scholarship in the American
H~om- School ill Berlin ho offered to
the Coliegiate Alutniu by Mrs. Mtary
B. Willaru and Frau Dr. H-empl. This
scholarship ic opened to graduatec of
tulle-vas beloging to thce Associationo.
wvho dislh to perfect theniselves in tile
German language, and inclitdes free
tuition her one year inltile American
Home School. Applications must be
hanldedi in to Mrs. Helmer, chairman
of till-Ceoliowshill cnmmittee by Feb-
ruary 1, 1900.
Frank BD. Eaman, '00, who was
obliged 10 leave college a few days
before vacation hogan on account of
sickness will be ulnable to return this'
year. HI- is now sitffering from a
sevre attackc of inflammatory rhleuma-
tism at hiso home in Detroit. His
many friends here extend their sync-
pathy te him and hope for his re-
CG-t ;-our ckates on and go to tile
Park -tia afternoon.
Allisep 10011othand MothWstk
TOOTH BRUSHES TO MATCH
CAMPUStOS RUCt7D- 0TOR _
-,SHOE IShoes to Fit alNeeds
___RNTES all tastes, all pocketbooks, even
a "double A," we can find ,good
- sh ooes, and good stylish ones too,
e~* to fit it. We make a spocialty
-- of getting the host it is possihie
+ to got, and then making the
+ p rices. Qnality always comes
A. irst, hut the prices are moderate
+1 for all that.
Glass's Shoe Store
YN N OrE SW 0 K 109 S. MP IN STREET.
For the *i toto
Men's Fine Suits,
Men's Fine Overcoats,
All at 1-4 Off.
....SPECIAL SHIRT SALE.....
W~e hle 1.1ut every tlo dllarll an111every- 011
diohllar 1and1fi fly cenit shirt thlat weO Iave
ill 1hest1ore0ill a bhllll, youlr choice fee
Shirts for foil dreso are of fault-
lesa fit-they have non-bulging
bosom-nothing finer can be
produced and they cosl lesthan
At Your Furnishce cc Clotier
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
(Succssors g6 Cluet, Coon 19 Co.)
Athens The atre
FRIDAY, JANUARY 12
GOOD SKATING AT- THE
GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PL.UMBINeG, STEAM ANlI HOT WtATERB HEATINGO.
J. F. SCHUH. 207 E. WASHINGTON ST.
PARTY SESO s5NEARLY~R
In ordering carriages why not get them whore you con get your order
filled on time with a citrriage. We have added ive more to cur
already large fin-toed now oavetsh110largest numbellr of hocks in town
so-blhbwill eneule you goiotlservice. Price the samed.
HOL.ME1 $' L.VERY,
I'uone see. 515 East Liberty Street.
f- EADQUflRTE.RM FOR
Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, Dress Suit Cases
EveyBeeciption. TRUJNKIAND VALISEO REPAIRING01tIo Oct Peices.
HORSE FURNISHING GOODS.
:107 Sonti Mniua Street. ANTON TEUFEL.
IItot 0 1011i'if bny robbers.
A CONTENTED WOMAN THlE WISE MAN
Puce 25, o,"r5 nd 000.buys rubbers and hao them ready for
loteslI 0 On~ld100wear when occasion requires-and
seats now onsale. APRILL'S SHOE STORE baa leso to pay the doctor,
iYMOL TOOTH PASTE AT MUMMERY'S DRUG STORE.