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I LIILU The selection of fellows from Amier-
ica was made by a jury of univer-
rith a sti- sity professors and technical experts.
in some Successful candidates will sail from
d lately New York in early summer so that
nd wom- they may have time to familiarize
d human- themselves with the languag and life
s of Swe- of-the Scandinavian people before. the
according opening of the universities.
by the The fellowships for American stu-
dation in dents comprise half of the 40 exchange
fellowships between America and the
applyr to Scandinavian countries. Twenty
will be Scandinavian students are sent to
Denmarl. study in the universities of this coun-I
1 include try in return. All the fellowships are
electrical financed by institutions on both sides
forestry, of the Atlantic.
age and
Henderson to Speak in Battle Creek
way will Dr. W. D. Henderso'n, director of
Ly ocean- the University Extension division, willC
the sea; speak on the subject of "Going to Col-'
portunity lege" before the students of the Battle
dy under Creek high school at 11 o'clock next'
f the the- Monday morning.

There will be a serifs of six lec-
tures on medical subjects during the
summer sessOon which it is predicted
will be of unusual interest. All but
one have now been completely ar-.
ranged for. They will be as follows:
June 29-"Heredity and Environ-
merit," by Dean V. C. Vaughan.,
July 6-"Modern Conceptions of
Anaesthesia and Anaesthetics," by Dr.
H.,Cabot.
July 13-"Causes of Mental Disor-
ders," by Dr. T. M. Barrett.
July 20-"Health insurance," by Dr.
C. G. Parnall .
Aug. 10-"The X-ray and Modern
Medical Methods," by Dr. J. G. Van
Zwaluwenberg.
Efforts are now being made to com-
plete arrangements for the lecture to
be held on Aug. 3, and it is ekpected
that the subject for that evening will
soon be ready for announcement.

EUROPEXN TOURING PARTY
Prof. James P. Bird, formerly sec-
retary of the engineering college in
the University,, and at present profes-
sor of romance languages at Carleton
college, Northfield, Minn., will head
a touring party to Europe this.sum-
mer. The entourage will leave Mon-
treal on June 19, returning to New
York harbor Sept. 11.
During the 85 days of travel, Pro-
fessor Bird's party expects to visit
France and her battlefields, English
cathedrals, Scottish lakes, Hollgnd,
Belgium and Alsace-Lorraine, as well
as the Alps, the Riviera, Naples and
the battlefields of Austro-Italy.
Union Inactive During Vacation
All formal Union activities were
suspended during spring vacation, al-
though the building was open and
used by those who were unable to go
home. No meetings of the house com-
mittee or Union boards were held, and
but one or two meetings of campus
organizations.

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Cyclone cellars will always remain
among the list of non-essentials in
Ann Arbor, acording t# a statement
by Prof. Irving D. Scott of the Geol-
ogy department, who ,says that Ann
Arbor will probably never be hit by
a tornado, because or its location.
Thus far the tity has escaped the rav-
ages of storms which swept neighbor-
ing country with ruin.
Professor Scott says that almost all
farmers carry wind .asurance, and a
few years ago a tornadb struck Delhi,
which is gply a few miles from here,,
but did no damage to Ann Arbor.
Seasons generally alternate from
cold to warm, stated Professor Scott,
so that the warm winter last year was
followed by a cold one this year, and
similarly the warm summer last year
should be followed by a cooler one
this year.

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prize competition has been announced.
The committee of award, consisting of
Rabbi Leo M. Franklin, Prof. I. Leo
Sharfman and Prof. R. M. Wenley,
have stated that the essays may be
on any subject dealing with the lit-
erature, the history, the problems or
the achievements of the Jewish pep-
ple, and that the competition is open
to all undergraduate students of the
university.
Bulletins announcing the list of
subjects and conditions for competi-
tion will be posted in the various uni-
versity buildings.
Offer Fellowship as Prize
A fellowship of one year at the
Teachers' college, Columbia univer-
sity, has been announced for the best
graded plan and outline for interest-
in children in the establishment of
.health habits. Details may be had
from the Child Health organization of
America, 156 Fifth avenue, New York
city.

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