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____ ___ ___ ____ ___ ___THE 'MICHIGAN DAIL'~

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[NTS OFFEREDl
RSE FELLOWSHIP

A VIATOR SCHOSEN FOR WORLD FLIGHT

- Scandinavian
shes 20 Awards
Subjects

Founlatloni
in Varded

HOSTROP, 141, CHOSEN
MILITARYBALLLEADDER
IJ. W. Hostrop, '24E, has been chos-,
en general chairman of the Militaryf
ball for this year. He was selected,
recently by members of the Veterans'
of Foreign Wars, and the R. 0. T. C.
who will sponsor the dance again this
year.
The other members of the commit-
tee have been selected from members
of the two organizations, and will

hold their firTst meeting tomorrow
night at the Union. The room where
the meeting will be held will be an -
nounced later.
At this meeting of the committee the
date, place and other matters pertain-
ing to the dance will be decided.
Bruin Speaks On Efficiency
rProf. J. L. Brumm of the department
of Journalism spoke at the assembly
of the freshman engineering class on
"Efficiency" at 11 o'clock yesterday
mornink. Professor Drumm gave sev-
eral' illustrations from the numerous
trips which he Jas taken as univer-
sity extension speaker.

SCHOLARSHIP&STE 8 RI~E
TO .A1ERICANNSTITUTIONSI
Students brn in the United States)
or ita possessions are Ieligible to ap-
ply for any one of, the 20 fellowships
of at, least $1,000 each which are
offtred by the American-Scandinavian,
icndation for graduate study in- th e,
Scandinavian cdountries.
The fellowships may be chosen fromE
any, of the following subjects: e-
istry~ physics, agricultural sciences,'
administrative or social sciences, for-
estry, mining and metallurgy, electri-
cal engineering, languages. and litera..
tures,''bacteriology, physiology and
weather forecasting. Ten of thse
fellowships may' be 4taken ifn Sweden
five in Denmark, and five ,in Norway.
candidates must e capable of orig
inal research and independnt study,
and must submit a definite plan' of
study. They must be familiar with at
least one language in addition to Eg-
ish, ,preferably Swedish, Danish, r
N orweian.
At least $1,000 and in a few cases
$1201 is the amount of the, fellosip.
Arrangemnents for a reduction n
steamship rates on commercial ves-
gels, may ,be made by thosAe who are
ailarded the fellowships.
The periods of study will be for done
academnic year. Students in forestry
will sail in June in order that they
may spend the summer in the forests
atnd forestry schools. The others will
sail later in the summer.
The selection of fellows will be made
by a jury of University professors
and technical experts appointed by
thle foundation. Application papers.
including letters of recommendations,
and ,a photograph must be mailed te
the American-Scandinavian Founda-
tion,r 25 West 45th street, New York,
before March 15. Papers may be sent
directly, but the candidate should re-
ceive ,the official endorsement of the
dlean of his, college before, Marc 1.
Successful candidates will be notified
about 'April 15.
STUDENT PUBLISE
"'1he Voyage" will b te±te
a niew book containing =poems writ-
ten b yWilliam Viola, fird; Ji~li w llL
appear during the first part of Fb-
ruary. Itichard 13441er Co., of Boston,
Mass, ire the publislfrs b h 458k.
This will be the second bok that
the author has had published, the first
being ",Scoute Jazz of Pigtail Alley"
which came out several months before
the holidays. The book deals with
boy" sequt life.
Graduatng from Alban 'college in
1918, Viola became principle of Shp-
hard high school at Shephard, Mich,
where he remained for to years.
During the following two years hieI
acted as principle of Evart junior
high school at Evart, Mich., and head
of the English department n ,the sen-
for high school. He enrolled- as a
graduate at Michigan last fal. He
has also written the words to the song
"Wee Little House" which was recent-
ly published by Frank Harding Co.,f
of New York.
PIZES OFFERE FO
STUDIES ONBUSINESS
Prizes totaling $600 a year in addi-
tion to- a prize of $2,50 which is to be
awarded trieninially are. being offered a
by the Chicago Trust company for
studies relating to business develop-
ment,-_the modern trust company and
allied subjects. The $2,500 award will
be paid for the greatest original con-'
tribution to knowledge and advance-,
ment in' the field: outlined, whether
published or unpublished.
No restrictions are made as to eig-
ibility .ot contestats for ,'the trie-

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'P O NOSRAPH

Above, Lieut. Erik HI. Nelson' (left)}, and Mlaj. Frederick L.MAirti. Below the route of the 'romid the 'world
flig;ht, and Lieut. Lowell HI. Snih.
The aviators who will jump off from Washington about the middle of March on the greatest adlventure
ever sponsored by a department of the United States government, the Army's aerial race around the world, have
teen chosen.
Major Frederick L. Mar'tin will be in command of all the planes. One of the pilots will be Lieut. Erik iI.
Nelson, who acted as engineer officer in the army air service flight to Alaska in 1920. Lieutenant Nelson, a na-
tive of Sweden is an authority on aeronautical motors. Another pilot will be Lieut. Lowell" H. Smith, one of the.
two men who accomxplished the non-stop flight from Canada to Mexico in w hick refueling was done in the air.
The route for the flight was laid out some time ago.

BARGAIN

(1O.IlN x' 11N1AY,--IlAE MURRTAY IN "FASHION ROW"

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nial prize, but the donors have in ing, employees of' banks generally, and Re d te rV atid
mind particularly officers of banks, ; to students in economics, commerce,W. d than A s
business 'executives, practicing attor- an law.
ne~ys, memnbers of teaching stff, nd[ Further_ information regarding these i
'igaduate stuldents in the field of econ-mabescrdfo meec-
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W1J~ bemad inthefal of192. ' tary of the' economics department 'or j
h~e twop rizes rf $300 adds>200, b.yon secretary of the committee
} whch illbe wardd i th auumnof award, Faculty Exchange, Univem'-
o~f each year, willI 'le.given for es situ of Chicago. _I p~ s
brief studies, limiited at 20,001) words. - ______________
Eligibility for competition for these j Patronize The Da~ily- Advertisers.
prizes is limited to student, register- '
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