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Penn State Teaching Fellowship Open
Announcement of a teaching fellow-
ship in Penn State College for a grad-
uate of an engineering college has
just been received by the college of
engineering from the School of Engin-
eering at Penn State. The fellowship
carries with it a yearly salary of $600,
and the holder will be expected to pur-
sue investigations along research lines.
Particulars as to the fellowship may
be secured by addressing the dean of
the School of Engineering, Penn State
College.

TO INAUGURATE F. J. GOODNOW
AS JOHNS HOPKINS PRESIDEN
Prof. F. J. Goodnow, of Johns Ho
kins University, will be formally ina
gurated as president of the universi
on May 20. Professor Goodnow w,
appointed to the presidency in Octob
1914, after acting as legal advisor
the Chinese government.
l1 was dean of political science
Columbia University, in 1906. and
the author of several books on gover
nient and politics.

BIG BARGAINS FOR REXALL WEEK
Special Souvenir for Wednesday, March 31
Shaving Brushes. Good ones at 50c.
One 25c Rexall Shaving Cream, Powder, or Stick FREE
A full line of the Famous Rexall Remedies always in stock

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Edsill's Rexall Drug Store
208 S. MAIN STREET

Ansco Films

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New Martha Cook D rmitory for Women

Easter Vacation
will soon be here and you may want
ROOMS DECORATED

Window Cards
A SPECIALTY
Davis & Ohlinger
Prompt Printers
Dance Programs and
Banquet Menus
109-111 E. WASHINGTON
Phone 432"J

YOPENS REFI6URES ON
DOORS NEXT FA-LLI NEW CLSMET

papered, tinted or painted. We are prepared to do any-
thing in the decorative business, and shall be glad to give
estimates on your work.
We have an elegant line of 1915
wallpaper patterns to select from
and our prices are right.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.
203 E.Washington St. Phone 237

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Building Donated by Cook Family
Hillsdale Will Be One of
Finest Buildings on
Campus

of Intend to

Stage Interclass Baseball

GOVERNORS: MIS. LOUISE COOK,
GRACE MILLARD, MRS. STEVENS

heat Year
Round Comfoi
is leg band. 'ril
is- this assures
No metal coii-
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!e pair, postpaid,
35c; silk, 50c.
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Architecture Adopted from
Collegiate Gothic
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When the new Martha Cook dormi-
tork on South University avenue opens
its doors next fall, more than 150 wo-
men will find a home in one of the
most beautiful of the new campus
buildings.
This edifice is a gift of the Cook
family, of Hillsdale, Michigan, in mem-
ory of their mother, Martha Cook, and
every effort has been put forth by the
donors to produce a structure which
will show their appreciation of the
benefits which the six members of the
family have received here.
Mrs. Louise Cook, wife of Chauncey
F. Cook, of Hillsdale, has been appoint-
ed to act with Grace G. Millard, '97,
of Detroit, and Mrs. Frederick B. Stev-
.ens, of Detroit, as the three gover-
nors of the building.
Built in an adaptation of the English
collegiate Gothic style the new addi-
tion to the group of university build-
ings is constructed of brick and stone,
and has been erected according to the
latest lines of fireproofness. A simple
pattern is shown in the brick work,
and the Gothic touch is given in the

Series in Enlarged Waterman
Gym Next Fall
BEST TEAMS MAY GET NUMERALS
Intramural Director Rowe has begun
on plans for his interclass athletes
against the time when the gym is ex-
tended. His particular point in mind
at present is to use the enlarged build-
ing next fall, or at the time of its- com-
pletion, as a scene of conflict for the
staging of an interclass indoor base-
ball series.
The indoor sports during the winter
time consist of handball, wrestling,
boxing, fencing, and most popular of
the quintet, basketball. The number
of men attracted to the gym by these
pastimes is large, but there is still
a large element in the student body
which is left out of the circle of inter-
class sports, due to the fact that all
lines of endeavor open to the class
athlete in the winter time require some
amount of skill or former training.
The universal appeal of the outdoor
game of baseball is so widely recog-
nized that there is probably no man in
the university who is not familiar with
the elements of the national game.
With the idea in mind that indoor
baseball will draw more men into some
kind of beneficial exercise, Director'
Rowe is laying his, plans for the league.
If sufficient numbers of men sign up
for the sport, class teams will be form-
ed, at the completion of the additions
to the gym, and a league race will be
held for the campus championship.
This honor probably will carry with it
the possession of class numerals, as
will be the case with the next three
high teams. The final details will not
be worked out until the means to con-
duct the league are at hand, but in the
meantime, the general working of the
system will be designed by Director
Rowe.
PUT MARCH ISSUE OF MICHIGAN
TECHNIC ON SALE AT STORES
H. H. Essylstyn and Prof. B. F. Bailey
Write Prominent Articles
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1The strongest pulling
power in the College

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QNews of the Campus,
its doings and pleas-

ures.

treatment of the stone work.
Downstairs, a large dining-room and
hall, each 33 by 53 feet, opening on a
terrace through French doors, offer
ample space for social affairs. A kitch-
en and dining-room equipment large
enough to satisfy the needs of all liv-
ing in the house, besides accommoda-
tions for 14 servants, give an idea of
the spaciousness of the entire building.
The women's rooms will be located
on the second, third and fourth floors.
They will' be composed mostly of single
rooms, but the general plan is to have
all 'connected by a double hall. On each
floor a room willbe arranged as'a gene-
ral reception room, with a small con-
necting kitchen, in order to facilitate
spreads and similar gatherings.'
The university will assume charge
of the lighting and heating equipment.
Stewart Edward White Publishes Book
Stewart Edward White, '95, has just
published his latest book, "The Redis-
covered Country." It is an account of
a hunting expedition in German -East'
Africa, in that part of the country
which lies to the east of Victoria Ny-
anza. The place has evidently not beenl
explored in modern times. The author
speaks of it as "the last great game
preserve," because the animals are en-
tirely wild. Members of the party were
able to come near to beasts that are
usually considered quite unapproach-1
able.
Engineers Sign Up for Summer Campf
More than 75 civil engineers and
others have signed up for places on the
summer engineering expedition of the
department of civil engineering, which
will be held at Camp Davis on Douglas1

LNo matter how hard
a freshman Intends to
study,he always likes
to look, at the pleasant
side of College life.

Featuring articles by H. H. Essyl-
styn, president of the Detroit Engineer-
ing society, and Prof. B. F. Bailey, of
the engineering college, the March is-
sue of the Michigan Technic appears
this morning. The management of the
magazine also will place copies in
State street stores in an effort to ac-
quaint the entire campus with the pub-
lication.
Mr. Essylstyn's article is entitled,
"Progress Schedules for Construction
in Engineering Work," while Professor
Bailey treats "The Lighting and Start-
ing Equipment of a Modern Automo-
bile." A staff writer of the Technic
has prepared an article on "Expansion
and Extension of the College of Engin-
eering," in which the need of addition-
al floor space for the use of the col-
lege is shown.
H. L. Schradzlti, '15L, and J. H.
Smith, '16; have added a few pages of
humor to the magazine under the title,

College & High School Wei
Opportunities aren't adver-
tised every day, neither style
shows of such magnificence
as ours. We're looking forward
to the attendance of all those
who haven't been here yet.
e Special preparations have been made
for Easter week; never have you seen
better made snappier Suits and Top
Coats than will be exhibited here the
coming week all the new stylish Plaids
and Checks
Plain Blues and Greys
Coats are full silk - Alpacca 1-4 silk
and Skeleton lined - one or two Button
Vests - athletic cut; lined or skeleton;
Trousers - just the correct width.
Our Easter Specials 15 .
Others 19.5O*to $5.

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lake. The department expects the "Transitory Slants."
number to reach 95, although the re-
mainder of the reservations probably
will not be made until late in the LOST-A Waterman fountain pen in
spring. room 401 N. W. Call 1166.

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