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THE M!Cf'-HTGAN DAILY ___

narniiatiyear of graduate work, including some
4MIRI IC OCIATIlN courses in the department of social
AmLB~RII Phi Mu fellowship is for graduate
WSERSS ork in any university or college in
S 1which Phi Mu has a chapter. It of-
fen$1,000.
OIIPPRTNITTES AVAILABLE FOR! The Boston alumnae fellowship of
IVORK IN AMERICA AN) $500 is for graduate women who desire.
ABROAD) to do one year's constructive work in
- Europe or in America.
The American Association of Uni- A. A. U. W. international fellowship
versty ome anounes 1 fllo- foffers $1,000 to enable the holder' to
versatonWamyear'sonresearcheinosome
ships available for the year 1924-1925.,lcg nayasreerhi1oe.
country other than her own.
Applications for these mnst be madeI Rose Sidgwick memorial fellowship
rot later than Fe'b. 1 to Prof. Agnes L. ! of $1,000 is open to British women
Rogers, Smith college, Northhampton, ! of graduate standing and is to be held
Mass. for the purpose of graduate study in
The letter of application should con-I American colleges or universities.
tamn an account of the applicant's ed-I The Spanish fellowship offers tuition
ucational training, a statement in full at the University of Madrid and in
of the plan of 'study or research, and addition board and lodging at the
the object in view. It should be ac-. Residencia. It is open to graduates of
companied by a certificate from the 'an American college or university..
registrar of the college or university, Applicants must speak Spanishn flu-
awarding the degree or degrees 're-, ently and be capable of independent
ceived; testimoni'als as to the age, work in the particular field in which
health, character, personality, ability, they wish to study.
and scholarship of the applicant;
theses, papers, or reports of investi-
gations, published orunpublished.c IC19 9H TO
Flohps frdeFreeman Palmer memorial fellowship'
of $1,000 for which candidates m1ust1 E1NDS CNTENTION~
have the degree of doctor of philosophy Al
or doctor of science, and present evid---
ence of distinctive subsequent accom- Michigan, with 96 delegates, had? the

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ENGAGEMENTS the Christmas holidays of the engage-
Imerit of Therese E. Glass, '24, to Louis
IDr. and Mrs. Norman W. Price,- of J. Harris, '24?. Miss Glass is a memi-
Niagara Falls, N. Y., announce the ber of the Sigma Tau Delta house club.
engagement of their daughter, Loraine'
Foster, '24,. to Harold I. Howell, '22E, Student Weds
of GandRapdsMic. Mss ric Is Announcement has been made of the}
a member of Alpha Omicron Pi soror-mrig fMs eseWr ura
iIty. Howell is a member of- Pi Kap-
pa Alpht and Web and Flange.- I and Ivan Stone Clarke, '25, which took
place Dec. 27 at the home of Mr.
IThe engagement of. Helen Hawken, Clarke's parents,' Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
'24, of Detroit, to Howard F. Taylor, Clarke, of Kalamazoo.. Rev. W. E.
'22, of South Bend, Ind., was announc- Doty, pastor of the Simpson M. E.
ed at dinner at the Gamnma Phi Beta Church, read the marriage vows.
sorority house Thursday "night.
------It's. true efficiency to dse Daily
Announcement was made during the Classlfleds.-Ad*

The

Boot

Oan and off with a zip, this new
Goodrich boot has a style and
individuality you'll like.
It is different; the hookless fas-
teners give 'it a fit you'll like.
Wear them over your street
shoes or slippers.

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plishment in research.
The Sarah Berliner research a.nd
lecture fellowship offers annually
from $1,000 to :$1,200 for research in
physics, chemistry, or biology. Rec-
ognition is "given to those candidates
who can carry on research and at the'
same time have the privilege of giv-
ing one or more courses of lectures at
some university or institution of,
learning.
European, Research
European research is made possible
by the A. A. U. W. fellowship of $1,000,
open to any woman having a degree in
arts, science, or literature, who. has
met all the requirements for the' doc-
tor of philosophy degree with the pos-
sible exception of the completion of
the dissertation.
Julia C. G. Piatt memorial fellow-
ship, offered in alternate years, en-
titles the holder to $750. It is open to
women who intend to make teaching a
profession.. Preference is given to
those who have had successful teach-
ing' experience and' in addition have
completed at least two years of grad-
uate study.
The association has established the
Latin-American fellowship of $1,000
to advance friendly relations with
wyomen students of theLatin-AmericanI
republics, and to assist them to pre-
pare for public service in their com-i

largest representation of all univer-
sities__at the World Student Volunteer
convention held from Dec. 28 through
Jan. 1, at the Cadle tabernacle, Indian-
apolis, Ind. More than- 7,000 repro-
'sentatives coming from every state In
the Union and from numerous foreign
tcountries, were present at the con-
vention. Prentice Ford, '25, chairman
of the Student Christian association's
world service committee, headed tpie
Michigan delegation.
IA new committee will be formed at
Michigan which will be headed by E.
R. Slaughter, '25E, and include Perry
Hayden, '25, -Prentice Ford, '25, H. 0.
Steele, #25, Ailene Davis, '24, and
Frances Speaker, '24Ed, to carry the
purpose of the convtention in practice
at the University namely, to bring stu-
dents together at meetings where
speakers will give these students a
world outlook. The committee will
meet in the near future. The entire
Igroup of 96 delegates will meet at
I2:30 o'clock Sunday in Lane hall.
HOBB 0S TO SPEA K ON
EARTIH 0 UKE PREICTION

. Zip*per, the new thing.in galoshes.
Phone 2963-R Ann Arbor, Michigan ~I rcd$.0
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4 Bckle
_________ Setru itsi re-Invento'ry Sale Galoshe's
tAll Suits,! Rompers, and Dresses at a great reduction-not shop wvorn A1 four buckle ar ctic for particular{
or soiled but fresh stock. women comes n an unusually trim,
A few coats for girls-ages 3-4 and 12.yar~, going belowy cost. style.
~__Sweater___Suits____n white, tan, brown and blue--in two And three year "
Sizesj1= It is first quality Goodyear glove
Mis~Glena edmn DY To save' money buy summer socks at greatly reduced prices. A fewwihaeryelsctotatfs
1I:mr etyta n te aoh 1Ms lna* mnDype idn pairs wool sox also to be had.;.
of the student government association 4 NICKELS ARCADE Ti aohsi orbcl tl
at Penibrooke Hall, the woman's sec ! .---YI-"/H..r $4.50. -~r~rrr...Y 1""Y.I.Y..M~~.r.rrr" .a ~i [YY."1 .iel
tion of Brown, university, is gathering ^----
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faculty to provide a smoking room 'for-
the women.
Cscrewn-Toda'y . IV 4if -'~ - .
Arae-Ii-yidrLv, Charming new decorative miaterials and aces-
with Ernest Truex and star sories are bringing largely increased business LATTME OA
ast to our popular drapery " department and our
Mesi-'naChristie," fea - , work rooms' are humming with activity.= Eugene O'Neill's
Wli Rusl Sweet and Toisrey - rpriswe Pulitzer Prize Play
Wila usl.T nuegetting : rdrpei
W uerth-"TeCl fteWl, wanted we suggest the desirability of making ________
by Jack London. -ji selections now. There is. a wealth of new AL RE
Orpheum-"The Mysterious Wit-fbic ochoe"rm EVAN
ness ' ~ We have Wall1 Paper to hatch IN
All LDraperles. ". Coori'u
_______________________________________Pianologue"
Stage-This Week. I:- JiNOGRtA S ORCHESTRA
Whitney - This evening -= "T7 E~ ' SUNDAY
I"The Blarney Stone," featur- I' 1 EfZj-L.E r 'TT n 3 Tnr re A tIr.,-

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mur, hies. The candidjtes for this Ikig wa.iter canian. I - - - - -ot W -
fellowship must be at least 21 years i Prof. H. W. Hobbs, of the geology PriTl
of age and have the equivalent of a department will speak ,at the regular = Garrick) (Detroit)- E. H. Soth- PANIIAA
college education and sufficient knowl- monthly, meeting of the, Ann Arbor f emn and Julia Marlowe in AN.RO
edge of English to enable then! to un-, branch of the American Association ofI (matinee) "Romeo and. Juli-
derstand'and profit by lectures. University Women which will be held1 et;" tonight "The Taming" of .. ___________
Social Service Fellowship at 3 o'clock today at Hleleni Newberry the Shrew." -
Gamma Phi"Beta social service fel- residence. I -4 i# }lt1#fllltn#,iItnnh1;nmI!II t#!#111#nnIl
lowship consists of $500, which shall Prof. Hobbs Will speak on, "Predic- w-
be devoted to. preparation for the pro- tious of Earthquakes." Lantern slides EEC-_
fession of social ser'vice, and is open will be used to illustrate the various Vi .
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to women who have done at least one- elements which he will discuss. "t
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WAS IGT N- Ann Arbor's Leading Clothiers 14~jUS
SPECIAL FOR 3 BIG ACTSO /! i's 1n
SATURtDAY AND SUNDAYVA D IL E, "Exclusive- but Not ,expensive" NImm-ADL
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PLENTY OF LAUGHS-SINGING-DANCING aS.MiStu
LON CHANEY in "PENALTY" a
SP-ECI AL LATE SHOWHl( u
STARTING AT 10:15 SHARPi nl announce the Sa:turck.ty'
* ~SPECIAL MUSIC FOR SUNDAY =Irns;nu
An Enthe Change of Program ->
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group pictures. ad5
Only 20 days to photograph the groups ..11
and the noonhlour dates are being alml .IiA
taken fast. ~II144
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~of brushed wool mufflers up to $3.50-
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rejoice! What better news to raise the spirits of E
woman who must live within a limed income?

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