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October 28, 1921 - Image 3

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25 SCHOLRSHIPS
OPEN IN FRANCE

American Field Service Selety Of-
fers Opportunity for Ad-. a
ianced Study c
SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS f
TO SAIL BEFORE JULY 1
The Society for American Field
service fellowships for French uni-
versities will offer for open competi- t
tion among graduates of American
colleges and other suitably qualified 1
candidates a number of fellowships,
not to exceed 25, for the purpose of
encouraging advanced study and re-
search in French universities duigng t
1922-23.
The fellowships, of the annual value b
of $200 and 10,000 francs, are grantedc
for one year and are renewable for a
second' year. They may be awarded s
in 31 different fields of study, includ-
iug agriculture, archaeology, econom-
ics, engineering, and practically all of
the main branches of endeavor.' o
fMust Report Progress
Fellows will be required to sail to t
France not later than July 1 of the I
year in which the award is made, to e
matriculate in a French university l
for the following session, and to pur- n
que studies in the field of science desig- t
nated in their awards. They will be o
expected to send accounts of their
studies together with reports of their .
progress from their instructor.
Applicants must be citizens of the
United States and between 20 and 30
years of age' They must be gradu-
ates of a college requiring four years
of study for a degree, based on 14
units of high school work, or gradu-
ates of a professional school requir-
ing three years of study for a degree.
Must Know French
e In lieu of either of these qualifiea-
tions, the application will be consider-
ed if the applicant is 24 years of age,
and has spent five years in an Indus-
trial establishment in work requiring
technical skill. The applicants must
be of good moral character and intel-
lectual ability, and must have a prac-
tical ability in the use of French books.
The purpose of the fellowshT is to
establish a memorial to the 127 men
of the American Field Service who
lost their lives in the war. Though at
present not more than 25 fellowships
are offered, it is hoped by the society
to raise the number to 127 in the
future, In this way providing a fel-
lowship for every oneof the 127 men
who lost their lives in the service.
Prof. Charles B. Vibbert, of the philo-
sophical department, has charge of
applications for students in this see-
tion of the country.
Blanchard Now in Washington
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard, of the
highway engineering and transporta-
tion department is in Washington to-
day to confer with Herbert Hoover,
Secretary of the Interior, regarding
plans for transportation of food and
fuel by motor truck in case the pro-
posed railroad strike actually takes
place.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHIDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. 1o, g
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