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MICHIGAN,

Y, JUNE 1, 1912,

GRADUATE SCHOOL
ELECTS FELLOWS
Newv Graduate Fellows Picked Fronm
t he State Colleges for the
First Time.
TO RECEIVE $300 EACH FOR YEAR.
The first group of graduate fellows
to enter from the state colleges under

F RESHT TRACK STARS

Dual Meell 1Witi
:Announce
The dual trac
igan's AlI-Fresl

USED!I

rule

all the special grant of
er- last February was 1i

er t1

on by the Adn
the Graduate S,
noon. Those el,

Co

.ool y

after

cts in

d for gx,4duation."
gives one poiil t, grade A 3
de 13 two p~4rit§ 5endgrade
ssinig, g;Ives no poigts. T~his
if a man gets a grR4e D
ne of his subjects he will
ure a B3 or an A in another

Robert
mazoo Cc

Ch~emis try.
Barbour, A.B.
ogy.
Bishop, A.B.
! IL 9 H.

. 1.

Hill
A

the rule seem

ils.

Will Lenave For Whit-
tOne And Three
O'clock.
n all departments will
more today ,for the first
frolic. Unique stunts
All be thie order of the
program includes a fat
class president's race,
1 race, swimming con-
*nig and rowing events.
feats aye expected in

College, 1:
Ralph AV
Engineerin
Clyde L.
English.
William
Chemistry.
Harlow
Landscape

arse
col-
30,
d in

a Prizes have been donated by the lo-
cal merchants as rewards to the win-
ners of these exhibitions of speed and
skill. The list includes tobacco in its
various forms, neckties, watch fobs
as well as due bills on several thirst
emporium; and dispensers of "dry~
goods.
All those having yellow tickets must
exchange them for railroad tickets at
the box office in U. ha.ll between ten
and eleven o'clock this morning. Those
Swho have not already secured tickets
lmay do so at that time. A special
train will leave Ann Arbor at one and
three p. m, J;.eturnlng will arrive in
lAnn Arbor at 7:30 p. Mn,
SOPHOMORES TO PUT-IN-BAY
Through the courtesy of the sopho-
mores a class in geology, under Prof.
IHobbs, will accompany the excursion
to Put-in-Bay today. The geologists,
as well as anyone else who wishes to
join them, will make a tour. of the
Iisland, studying the shore, formations,
the marks of the last ice age, and the
Iseries of caves with their stalactites,
and remarkable crystalline incrusta-
tions. The party will leave on special
cars of the regular 6:57 train over the
M. C., making use of the week-end
rates of $1.00. At the Ashley and Aus-
tin Dock in Detroit they will be met-
:by the S. S. Kirby, which Is due to ar-
rive at Put-in-Bay at 11:45. Return-
ing in the late evening the boat will
reach Detroit at 9:30, where the 10:00
o'clock train to Ann Arbor may be
caught.

Two of the teni colleges for~ which Cap :Fight 1
f e l l o w s h i p s w e r e p r o v i d e d i n t h e a p - a s t h e m spr r i t o o f h e R g n , f a l d o d t i n . I + t g
send the names of any candidates. But itin.
it is expected that both the University ered on the
of Detroit, anid Nichign College of field last p1
?Mines, will select candidates next was not mu~t
year, and thereafter. was a deeper
As a result of the two delinquencies simple oereni
the board was enlabled to choose two casion one, NY
of the alternates from among the ers said, "wil
eight proposed by the several colleg- you sit quiet]
es. They were chosen on~ the basis of in mouth~, Ion
their recommendations. MLiss Bishop The long1
of Hillsdale has attended the last two started from
summer sessions its a gradua~te stu- 7:15, proceed
dent. letic field, be
In every case the candidate with the red lights,°
highest recommpndatipn from any col- ready blazing
lege was passed on, and entered with- marchers arr
out question. Professor N. Hf. Kraus, semblage wat
head of the graduate school oxpressed es above the
great satisfaction at the spirit Wvith Program t
which the colleges had taken up the after desul
fellowships, and had recommended "Whitney" O0
first rate material, An example of the rostrum and
care in selectiorl is shown in the case for several I
of M. A. C. whose candidate, .Nowell, followed by si
has been an instructor at the Agricul- Metcalf, accer
tural College for the past year. Harry Stei
The fellowships are established to first speaker
stay unless the Regents should by she- pie, master of
vial act rescind the grant, was "Michiga

proce son of students in 10 2
1the campus shortly after qualify
ding to the women's ath- a game
Btween the usual rows of heat fo
The big bonfire was. al- nell, an
ig fifty feet high when the with th
,rived, andi the entire as- trial thi
is soon seated on the slop- ently tsp a e ' b o .g v n t
Regins With Cheering, qualify.
Otory cheering by classes, In the
tis ascended the soap-box ter brea
went, through the motions ertson
4ilelgan yells, This was his heal
singing led by Woodbridge the 220
ompanted by the band. the 1.00
inhauser, '12 E, was :the fects of
rintroduced by "Ruf" Si- dressini
f ceremonies. His subject after a
,,a Traditions." "We have- walk to
istoms that are, strictly igan i
d enough to call tradi- not tho
Stelnhauser. "But we have serious
that is as old as the uni- Haff 1
f--Michigan loyalty." the qua
enasetotlonMc-Ti is," said Prof. R. W. Aigler, quarter,
speaker, "but I am not go- acuse i
ss an opinion on the Con- ning th
p, There is one phase of chance
mnwihms ontu-I h wever: that the Confer- able to
which we now so strenu- ness, th(
were drafted on this very for a pl
Ipassed at a meeting in erythin
!d by Dr. Angell." hurdles
inued on, page 4.)

our

'resident-Emeritus An-
ted to attend, but will
e present,~ owing to an
agement elsewhere.
ae Successful Day.
canoes made the trip
Decoration Day. No
reported except that
aft was wrecked comn-
of Tesmer's boats was
river is considerably
gar which accounts in
iccessful voyages.

MUST PAY FEETS TOI)AV IN
ORDPER TO RECIVE DIPL~OMAS
Treasurer Campbell's office closes at
12 m. today and no senior who has
not paid the diploma fee of $10 by that
hou~r will be allowed to receive hiss
"sheepskin" at Commencement time.
Cards must be obtained at the offices
of the secretaries of the different de-
partments, and filled out before they
fee is~ paid, The voucher slips attach-
ed to the cards marked "paid" by the
treasurer, will be accepted at the re-
spective departmental offices after this
noon,

speaking, olc
tions," said S
one custom t.
versity its elf
"I have bee
ig-an athletics
the second sp
hIng to expresi
ference mixul
that situation
derstand, ho)
ence rules to
ously objectN
campus, and
Chicago calle
(Conti

,

i Tod ay

ANN

ARBOR

Al1umnziv

1:30 P. M. Admission 50c
Michigan Base Ball Game

Ferry Field 2:30 p.m. Admission 50cc Batteries Al
or Utley & Engenrotli; Varsity: Sissler & Rogers.

Eastern Intercollegiate meet will. be received at both events

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