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15fIPS OFFERED
Given For Research in
ray Engineering

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Four fellowships are offered by the.
engineering college during the year
1920-1921, for work in the field of
highway engineering and highway
transport.
The Roy D. Chapin 'fellowship in
highway transport is offered *to pro-
vide for the investigation of an ap-
proved subject -relative to highway
transport. It pays the sum of $250
with an allowance of $50 for expenses.,
Opportunity for the investigation of
an approved subject relative to hard
surfaced roads and pavements is pro-
videh by the Roy-D. Chapin fellowship
in highway engineeri*. It pays the
sum of $250 with an allowance of
$50 for expenses.
* -The Detroit. Edison fellowships in
highway engineering are offered for
the investigation of approved subjects
relative to moderate cost of country
roads. Each fellowship pays the sum
of $20 with an allowance for $50 for
expenses.
The conditions are that a fellow'
must hold a bachelor's .degree from
some college of recognized standing
and that he must enroll as a candidat'e
for the degree' of master of science or
master of science in enginering and
must be in residence for a period of'
four months. There are three periods
during the school year, one from Oc-
tober to February, one from Decem-
ber to March, and one from February
to June. For further information
students are advised to see Prof. A.
H. Blanchard of the engineering col-
lege.

WL~omen I
, Upperclass baseball practice hours
at Palmer field are as follows: Sen-
iors, 4 o'clock Tuesday and Thurs-
day; Juniors, 5 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday.
Less than 30 Junior Girls' play
scores remain to be sold. These can
be obtained at Helen- Newberry resi-
dence.
All girls interested in entering the
Spring tennis tournament should sign
up for it in Barbour gymnasium not
later than Friday, May 7.
Mortarboard will hold a special
meeting at 3:15 o'clock this afternoon
at iartha Cook building.
University Girls' Glee club will hold,
its final practice at 8:30 o'clock to-
night in the School of Music.
(Short stories to be entered in Stylus
short-storf contest should be sent to
a member of Stylus before May 15.

COMMUNITY SERVICE PLANS
TO ENTERTAIN TOMORROW
Three entertainments will be given
tomorrow night in . three different
communities undef the auspices of
the Community service. Six enter-
tainers, consisting of a quartette
and two other musicians from the
University School of Music 'will en-
tertain in the town hall at Salem.
Chelsea will be entertained by the
Cosmopolitan' club, which will pre-
sent a varied program -of music and
dancing. This performance will e
held in the Congregational church.
The Business Girls' club of the Y. W.
C. A. will entertain at the Dexter

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Men--Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like'
new and save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
'work. Factory Hat. Store,1
Packard St. Phone 1792.

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Spring tryouts for Athena Literary
society will take place Tuesday, May
15.
RUMMAGE SALE TO FURTHER
Y. W. WORK AMONG CHINEISE
The Good Fellowship club of the
city Y. W. C. A. will hold. a rummage
sale all day and evening Saturday, at
111 East Washington street, for the
benefit of Y. W. C. A. work in China.
University students who have cloth-
ing or other articles that they would
be willing to contribute should call
the city Y. W. C. A. before Thursday
evening and the articles will be call-
ed for.
Private Dancing Lessons or Class
Instruction. 'Phone M. L. Moses,
1666-J.- Adv.x
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

MARTHA COOK JUNIORS TO
GIVE SWING-OUT PARTY
Tonight tradition will be observed
at Martha Cook building when the
seniors living there will be enter-
tained by the juniors. For several
years it has been the custom for the
juniors to entertain tke seniors on
Swing-out day.
Promptly at 7 o'clock the party
will leave the dormitory for a truck
ride, after which they will return to
Martha Cook building and spend the
remainder of the evening on the lawn,
which will be given a festive appear-
ance with Japanese lanterns.
Kappas and Martha Cook Win Games
The results of yesterday's games on'
Palmer field were as follows: Kappa
Kappa Gamma defeated P1 Beta Phi
9 to 4; Martha Cook defeated New-
berry residence 6 to 3. At 7 o'clock
this evening Gamma Phi Beta - will
meet Kappa Alpha Theta.
Police Search for City Life Boat
Police are looking for the thief who
stole the city life boat from the Hu-
ron river recently.
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Fine sport coats-Grey, blue, heath-
er and brown. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.-Adv.

' More than 300 courses conducted by a staff;of 260 mem-
bers of the regular faculties. All University facilities avail-
able. Favorable conditions for advanced study.
Literature, Science, and t+.c Arts, Engineering and Arch-
itecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Methods, Bio-
logical Station, Embalming and Sanitary Science, June 28-
August 20; Medicine and Surgery, June 28-August 8; Law,
June 21-July 24 and July 26-August 28; Field Courses in
Geology and Geogaphy in Southern Kentucky, August 30-
Septemberi 25.
Exceptional opportunities for summer study. ,The work
is equivalent in method, character, and credit value to that of
the academic session, and is counted towards degrees. . Many
special lectures, recitals, congerts, and excursions. C0smo-
politan student body. Delightful location. Expense low. For
further information- address T. E. RANKIN, Box 3o, Ann

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career with a

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before you lea
celve the benefit
to, Students.' SI
R. Webb, 1214 W
95-R.-Adv.

Fine caps.. Herrifgbones, tweeds,
basket weaves. Priced, $2.50 up-
wards. -wild & Co., 311 S. State St.
-Adv.
Ar) you a true Michigan Man? If
so keep in touch with all the teams,
at home and abroad by reading The
Daily each morning.-Adv.

Arbor, Michigan.

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Home Cooked Food

nch and Dinner Per Week $5.75
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
RS. FLOWERING PLANTS
Cousins & Hall
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IRKISH 'CIGARETTE
PROM Bagdad to
Frisco,men in every
walk of life greatly
prefer pure Turkish
cigarettes.

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new plate, from..... .$3.00 up
now and secure prompt degivery

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Murads are 100% pure Turkish - the
world's .most famous tobacco for cigarettes.

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wound your pride o scramble your taste for
saving.

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eap-A complete Dent-
no use for same, ac-
of owner. Address
ers, 720 Main St., St.
gan.
e you going to buy
debaker this spring?7
or for sale at a bar-

WANTED
WANTED-Men to sell real estate in a
town which has grown up . over
night. Can be sold in any partof
the U. S. Open only to experienced
salesmen. Apply in writing, Box
C. B., Michigan Daily.
WANTED-Two medical student de-
sire suite for next year. Preferably
North or East of Campus.' Phone
Haefhill, 921 between 6 and 7 P. M.,
daily.

Murads- are worth more than they cost-and you
don't have to sneak the package in and out of your
pockdt n any company-you know what we mean.

Judge for
Yourself-

-Pair of Officer's Military
ood condition, also hooks
Size 10-10x/2. Phone

-Ford touring car.
Call Heald, 726-M.

Good

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erman fountain pen in
office Wednesday morn-
d. Box K., Daily office.
Xi Delta sorority pin.
)wner's name on back..

WANTED-To purchase second-hand
tlpewriter, L. C. Smith or Under-
. wood preferred. Call Pennoyer at
668-Rl.
XIECELLAXUOUS
PARTY WHO took instruments from'
overcoat in Union coat room, Mon-
day, dinner hour, was seen and rec-
ognized by friend of owner. If not
hands of Daily by Thursday mid-
night, arrest and prosecution.
CALL PACKAGE express. Parcele de-
livered to any .part of the city.
Phone 1-981-W.

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