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May 21, 1916 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-05-21

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Exhibit of Straw Hats
Sailors, Bankoks and Panamas
in the Latest Weaves and
Tinker & Company
Corner of S. State and William Sts.
1i Recipiets to Study at Universities;
8 at State Colleges and
16 Special
WILL RANE (41FROM $300 to $500
Fellowship appointments for the
year 1916-1917 were made by the board Clothes actually made from
of Regents at their meeting Friday. imported fabrics, in the best
Of the 31 granted, 15 were for uni- possible manner cannot be
versity fellowships, eight were state
college, and 1 were special.. There sold at a ridiculouslylowprice;
remain two more appointments in the so don't be f o ole d by any
state college list yet to be made. Rec- "catch penny" arguments.
ommenda tions for all appointments
except those of the state colleges,I'e b e e n here long
which are sent in by the different
- state schools, were made by the execu- enough for you to know
tive committee of the graduate school. that I sell dependable,
The list of appointments follows: first quality clothes at
University fellowships for $500: Al-
the lowest possible price
bert Bradley, B. S., Dartmouth College,
1915, for study in economics; Floyd A.
Nagler, B. S. (Eng.), Michigan Agri- My own guaranty of honest
cultural College, 1914 (Eng.), 1915, for value, and the woolens, work-
study in civil engineering; Albert B. manship and stylish tailoring
Peck, A. B., Syracuse University, 1914, of ED. V. P R I C E & CO.,
A. M., 1915, for study in minerology; Chicago, largest tailors in the
Howard D. Roelofs, A. B., 1915, for world of GOOD made-to-
study in philosophy; M. Selden Ruger, order clothes, are included in
A. B., Mount Holyoke College, 1907, every suit I sell. None better
A. M., 1914, for study in chemistry. can be found for the money.
University fellowships for $300:
Frank N. Blanchard, A. B., Tufts, 1913,
for study in zoology; Robert E. Brown,
A. B., University of Illinois, 1910, for
study in public health; Elizabeth Bur-
nell, A. B., Lake Erie College, 1908,
for study in mathematics; William H.
Cullum, A. B., Albion College, 1915,9
for study in mathematics; Hope Fish-
er, A. B., Vassar College, 1908, A. M., 814 So. State
Columbia University, 1912, for study in
rhetoric; Lucion H. Greathouse, A. B.,
1911, B Ch. E., 1912, for study in
chemistry; William H. Jellema, A. B.,
1915, for study in philosophy; James
L. Keddie. A. B., Hillsdale College, A NEW
1910, A. M., 191, for study in history;
Frederick W. Peterson, A. B., Lake
Forest College, 1911, for study in Ger-
man; and Clarence M. Webster, A. B.,
Clark College, 1915, for study in Eng- RE MAN
Carl Braun fellowship for $500: Ag-
nes C. Vaughan, A. B., Galloway Col--
lege190,6 Aeerng flloshi fMAKERS OF TROY'S _ EST PRDVCT.
lege, -1907, A. M., 1910, for study in
Gas engineering fellowships fo
$400: Harold 0. An'drew, for study in cultural College; Helen F. Cone, Oli-
chemical engineering; and Frederick vet College; Thomas Griffith, Hills-
C. Binnell, B. C. (chem.), University dale College; Robert Phillips, Albion
of Iowa, 1915, for study in hcemical College; Margaret S. Pengelly, Kala-

engineering. mazoo College; Anna L. Sebring, Alma
Ame White Lead fellowship for $500: 'College; Iva A. Swift, Adrian College;
Erle A. Brock, B. S., University of and John Tillema, Hope College.
California, 1915, for study in chemical
engineering. Prescott Club Elects Officers Tuesday
Detroit Edison company fellowship Members of the Prescott club of the
for $500: Robert S. Archer, for study College of Pharmacy will hold an elec-
in chemical engineering. tion of officers for the year of 1916-
Michigan Pulp and Paper Manufac- 1917 Tuesday, May 23, at 7:30 o'clock
turers' fellowship for $500: Clarence in the evening, in room 303 of the
W. Hallahan, A. B., St. Lawrence Uni- Chemistry building. Dean J. 0. Schlot-
versity, 1910, for study in chemical terbeck, Mr. C. C. Glover, Prof. A. B.
engineering. Stevens, and others of the faculty of
Buhl classical fellowships for $300: the College of Pharmacy will give
James A. Kerns, for study in compara- shprt addresses.
tive philology; and Bruno Meinecke, _
A. B., University of Tennessee, 1908, Advertizers in The Michigan Daily
for study in Latin. are the reliable business men of the
State college fellowships for $300: city. It is to your interest to trade Il
Thomas B. Dimmick, Michigan Agri- vith them. **


If It's at the ig Store, it's, C

Out of the common run of Stra
because KNOX made them


For You

Knox "Beacon"

Straws $3, $4,

Other makes at one dollar or mor
If It's Correct, It's at the Big Store


Straw Hats

- Straw HI

- Straw H~

1E are showing the nobbiest line of
Straw flats in the city, at popu-
ular prices. Call around and be con-
vinced. (L Also another shipment of
Sport Coats and Flannel Pants.




116 E. Liberty St.

The Young Men's Clothier




FROM 2 TO 5 P. M


Swimming Pool, proper in all
its arrangements.
A Midway that is a credit to
Ann Arbor.
Mirth m Midiway--Museum-
Something for Everyone to Enjoy.
,Open as long as you want to stay.

The appointment committee has
placed the following teachers in posi-
tions for the next year.: Louis Dens-
more, '15, Petosky, English;- Anne
Adair, '16, Port Huron, principal of
county normal; Lena Mott, '15, Mt.
Clemens, Mich., Latin and German;
Ida M. Lewis, Birmingham, English;
Emilie Sargent, '16, Ypsilanti, Eng-
lish; Win. Mathews, '15, Dowagiac, his-
tory and science; Isabel Ronan, '16,
Iron Mountain, English and public
speaking; Stuart Griffin, '15, Grand
Rapids, chemistry; Ruth Crandall, '15,

Joliet, Romance languages, and Ed-
ward VanderZalm, '16, Alma, mathe-
matics and English.
Chemistry Instructor to Read Paper
"Molecular Weights of Free Radi-
cals," is the subject of a paper to be
read by Mr. C. S. Schoepfle, of the
organic chemistry department, before
the regular meeting of the local sec-
tion of the American Chemical society,
to be held Tue ay, May 23, at 4:15
o'clock in the afternoon. The meet-
ing will be held in room 151 of the.
chemistry building and is open to the
Pntronivn DMIv AWbvdrtl **

One of the Real Joys of Life
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Where it is necessary for a student
make a loan to enable him to
nish his education, he will find it
asier to do so, if he can give a policy
life insurance as his security that
e loan will be paid in the event of
s death before he has been able to
ay it off out of his earnings. The
tovident Life and Trust Co. have a
pecial proposition for student. Har-
Bacher, 516 E. Madison St. m18,21


Ten cents rents a good Eastmai
odak, any size you want. Lyndon's
9 N. University.
Call 830 for saddle ponies.
Cap and gown pictures, 4 for $1.25
8 for $2.00; 12 for $2.50. Hoppe
studio. m21

116 South Main St. PHONE 1767

The Coliseum is open Sunday
noon from 2:.00 to 5:00 o'clock f
benefit of Ann Arbor neople

i1i Call I

1 yilLrullize "Idly Auve tjzc..,t7si " /l-

lets "Zil/ c 1fully Iuvul ujf Cl n" , ' 4cL11 L

Lyndon for good pictures.

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