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FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PANE THREE

FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1926 THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Students From
77 Institutions
To Get Degrees~
Students who will receive advanced
degr'ees 7iod(a represent 77 schools
and colleges o her t han t he University
of Michigan. The holders of degrees
from other institutions are in the
mnedical, law, dental and graduate
schools, all othte latter, of course,
holding degrees from Mchigan or
some other school.
In the Medical school 30 seniors
hold degrees from Michigan and 2
are graduates of other schools; in
the Law school there are 42 Michigan
degrees among the graduates and 26
from other universities. The grauate
school will award diplomas to S9 hold-
ing their degrees from Micigan and
79 from other institutions.
Universities in the United States
include Harvard, Princeton, Colby,
and the University of Maine in the
east; university of Texas, Baylor uni-
versity andl Rice institute are among
the southern colleges reresented;
and University of California and Le-
land Stanford in the far west. Wom-
en's colleges listed are Mount Hloly-.
oke, Wellesley and Smith.
Foreign universities represented in-
clude Anatolia, in Turkey, Nanyang,
Peking university, the Comparative
Lae school of China, Canton Christian
college and Yale in China. Japanese
universities are represented by Tokio
Imperial university, H-awaii by its uni-
versity, Erope by the Genoa School'
of Naval Engineering andl Fribourg,
and Great Britain by Bedford college.
Summer Directory{
To Be Published
Compilation of the 1926 Summer
School directory has been started by
W. Calvin Patterson, '27, editor of
last year's book, and Thomas Olm-
stead, '27. The edition will be pub-
lished during the first week of sum-
mer school and will be limited to 1000
copies.
The cover of the book will be blu,
and will include the name, hom and
Ann Arbor address, class and tele-
phone number of all summer students.
It will sell for 25 cents.
It will be the secondl summer direc-
tory published.
MEXICO CITY.-Secretary of War
Amaro has returned from the state of
Guerrero, reporting that order has
been restored.
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"SOELL RECEIVES GHg b TOIraluat 3,11
umm s [ELOWSHP1 rrveha ndrc1 and elev en seniors
Egbert Isbell, '26L, has been select- ,a(olg Bue2,acrigt
ed as one of the ten American schl t 'he list o1f -;eiiors madie publlic:, today.
Iar's awarded honorary fellowships by :It includces graduiates of six different
(Germa n universities, it was antioulic-j schools. a class of 26 ropi~esenting
edl by the American Studenut Exchange the recently instiuted liberal arts
of the Institute of International Edit-! dep, ronent.
cation. This Exchange administers t%, usual. the School of Agriculture
honorary fellowships offered by (Ger- headsl. the list Nvith Elingineering see-
main universities to American gradl- 0ad11(1 d olrne c ofoillics Itbird. Most
nates in all fields of lDarning.j of ies gradnat( s are from MTichiigan
Isbell was chosen out of a group of! homes. One for'eign student is to
more than 100 applications from all r ccie it degree.
over the country. Ndine men and one - -
woman make upthe ten selected. Hlos pital1 To Have
The fellowships cover all expenses;
of tuition, hoard and lodging. Their Electric Clocks
purpose is to reciprocate the hospi-
tality of American universities. Forty' lectric clocks are to ibe installed
German students will be in the United heiioughoutt the hialls of the new I'ni-
States next year under the auspices< versity hospital. The time-pieces will
of the American Student Exchange. be (cont rolled by means of one system,
andc the cloclis governed by one mnas-

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your summer vacation, representing ;
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You Who Are About
to Graduate
Preserve Your Class Pictures
and Diplomas
Framed and 'Mounted by an expert,
they will last indefinitely.
* Diplomas Insured Within Our Shop.
Shipped insured to any address C0 0. D.
Leave theme with us after Commencement.
FRAMING.
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XWl'ai'e workers are hindered by'
the cry of Blolshevism'', according to1
Jane Adlams, prominent social worker.;
The Russian revolution has colored
American thought far more than the!
World wvar she believes.

t r-clock . Althliought the conduliits for'
Ihe System wvere bilit inl when the"
ho split al was erectedi, Ithe cost for the
clocks, labor, andl mate-rials will be
more than $3,5011. Thes systen) will
have beentinstajlldby August 1.

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A Smart Silk Frock $ 30
A SUMMERY frock-flaring or straight-line
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the Travel Coat4.P$2.5
ACOAT of f riska, charmeen, twill, tweed, or
Asports material will be the most practical for
travel wear.
Smart Tailored Suit $30.75
WHTHER you go by rail or road a tailored
suit is a fashionable necessity in one's ward-
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Chic Sports Frock . $2 0
THE well dressed woman finds many occasions
'ions when a sports frock of pongee, crepe,
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