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POLE BOY -

U. Of -PA. RAISES
' GRDFELLOWSHIPS

THE CLUB LUNCH
712 AReBORSTR EET
Near State aT Packard
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction,
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR. - - MICHIGAN

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pute himself. It was not so many
years ago that he beat Newell Banks,
who is now champion of the United
States, at one of the Detroit clubs.
Mr. Yeatman maintains that chess
is purely mathematical, but that it is
an abnormal mind that can have
such a mastery of the game as the
Polish youth seems to. have.

Whitney Theatre
SUNDAYIGHTLUUI
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.. ,.t .A new musical
revue. wit, a
seunC&AN"CLION
210W &MARCO.
SAIRixS 501920

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'ad a conqWany

Lower floor $2.50;

Balcony $1, $1.50, $2

NOW is the time to order
your4Y .
n y
PERSONAL
CHRISTMAS
- 'GREETING
CARDS
while our assortment is4
complete.
ENGIRAVING & Your letters ;
EMBOSSING carry your personality
. wherever you go
a specialty. In ordering Your correspondent does
from us you get the serv- not see you. She sees only
ices of some of the most your writing paper. Un-
consciously she judges
exclusive Engraving and your knowledge of what
Stationery houses in the a is fit and proper by the'
writing paper you choose.
Middle West.. - You can safely choose
EATON'S
Printing and imitation of
Engraving can be furnish- E
i We invite you to inspect our
display of these elegant papers.
0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKEI S ARC AD E

Changes in Scholarship Provisions:
Authorized on G. L. Harrison
Foundation 2
. -
OTHER REVISIONS MADE BYt
COLLEGIATE ASSOCIATION
-In recognition of the increased costc
of student expenses important changes<
have been authorized in the provisions
for fellowships and scholarships on
the George Leib Harrison foundationi
at the University of Pennsylvania,
and also for the fellowships of the
National Assoblation of Collegiate
Alumnae.
In the graduate school of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania two fellow-1
ships are offered to persons holding1
the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
and the stipend .attached to. each of
these fellowships has been fixed at
$1,500.
10 Fellowships of $1,000
Ten fellowships are offered to can-.
didates 'who hold a baccalaureate de-
gree And who have had in addition
one year of graduate work. The sti-
pend in 'this instance is $1,000. Six
scholarships yielding a stipend of $200
per annum are open to students hold-
ing a baccalaureate degree and desir-
,ng work in the graduate school.
Under the terms of the association
of Collegiate Alumnaerfellowships for
1921-22, the Alice Freeman Palmer
memorial fellowship for research
work in the graduate school is open
to American women holding the Ph.D.
degree and has a stipend of 11,000 per
year. The Sarah Berlinder research
and lecture fellowship is open to wo-
men holding a Ph.D. degree and is
worth $1,000. The A. C. A. European
fellowship, open to American women
for research work in Europe, is worth
$750' per annum for the period 1921-
22. The Anna C. Brackett memorial
fellowship,, open to women with an
A.B. degree, calls for $700 this year.
Latin-Amterican Scholarship
The Latin-American fellowship, open
to natives of the Latin-American re-
publics for study in the graduate
schools of this country, is worth $750,
the Gamma Phi Beta fellowship which
is open to college graduates who have
done 'at least one year of graduate
work yields $500, and the R*se Sidge-
wick memorial fellowship open to
British women for graduate study in
the United States offers $1,000.
For further information -in regard
to any-of these fellowships or schol-
arships those students who are in-
terested may apply at the office of
Dean A. H. Lloyd, of the Graduate
school.
Mi1chigan Needs Farm Census Law
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 1.-Need for a
law in Michigan that would make a
farm. andcrop census. possible each
year i1 being voiced by representa-
tives of the state farm bureau here.

SCORES RECENT DIIE
PROF. W. A. McLAUGHLIN DE-
CLARES AUSTRIAN RELIEF
-CAMPAIGN UNWARRANTED.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
n nThursday last The Daily an-
nounced a campus drive for the bene-
fit of Austrian students. I should like
to protest emphatically against any
such manoeuvre, any such recognition
given on this campus to a public dem-
onstration of sympathy for or approval
of or encouragement of any one of the
Central powers or its citizens as this
drive involved. Have we here at Mich-
igan forgotten so completely Louvain
and its university, the deportation of
young girls and women from Belgium
and Northern France, the devastation
and destruction scientifically planned
and ruthlessly carried out with all the
thoroughness university and technical
training can give?
Have we' forgotten that from North-
ern France over 2,700,000 men, women
and children, young and old, fathers
and mothers and babes in arms were
drl'ven out of house and homne and left
to desolation and want by the invad-
(Continued on Page Seven)

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Camers (For the Kiddie

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PHONE 166
T RU B Y
218 SOUTH MAIN
_QUALITY ICE CREAM

laks and Brownie
5) is complete

Lyndon & Company
- EST. 1905 -
719 North University Avenue
WHAT IS CHRISTMAS

Selct Your Xmas Gifts Earl
A LARGE ASSORTMENT at

The Ann Arbor Savings 8
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,01
Resources .........$5,0090
Northwest Cor. Main & H
707 North University Av

TREATM
er, wheth
or small.

Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

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224-226 S. State St;

7

Nickels Arcade

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fact:
Day in and ddy out, at
the Pennisylvania. R. R.
Station, New York, the
salesof Fatimaexceed thoie
or any other cigarette.

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Two things might make you
want to change your cigarette

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Scan prepare you for the
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Any otlfer Social Function You Are
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"To the Student
WHO CONSIDERS
HIS TIME VALUABLE

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CAN you afford to take a long
drawn out class-course in
dancing, because it isInex-
pensive?
WOULDN'T you prefer a course,
taken at your convenience, as
many lessons as you need,
and at any time you desire?
TIME IS' MONEY

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F OR exampic, you might find straight Turkish ciga-
rettes too rich fr steady smoking, because of tro much
Turkish tobacco.
Or you mi ht find ordinary part -Turkish or Turkish
Blend cigarettes "thin" and "fiat", because of tottli
Turkth.
hn either case (should you decide to change) the logi-
cal choice would be a cigarette containing ;just enough
' TufPish."
The only cigarette that contains less Turkish than the
straight Turkish brands and more than any other Turkish
Blend is Fatima.
This is the basis for Fatima's claim of "just enough
Turkish."
And scores of sales facts such as the one shown above
surely seem to justify Fatima's claim.
LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO CO.

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WHY NOT COME TO

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Dann Studios

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Announcement

The furnishings department of the Fashion Shoppe has
been discontinued and in the future our attention will
be given to Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.

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