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PAGE TvWO THE -MICHIGAN DAILY

!"WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1929

FiELD SERVICE SCIT
GIES TEN FELLUVBIP
Ten fellowships are offered by the
Society of American IFieldl e-_)rvice l-
lowships for French universities icr
the scholastic year of 1924-25. The
purpose is to encourage advanced
s;tudfy and research in French iiver-
sities. Fellowships will be worth $1,-
200 andcixwil be grant edIfor one ;year
with the possibility of renew a in t he
second year.
Awards require no special field of
study, the selection allowing a choice~
of 31 lines of work. Thell choicoeor un-
iversities includes 16 in-st1iot oi,
among which are 1 ordeaux ,lDi jog,
Grenoble, Lille, Poitiers, and Stras-
bourg.
Tihe fellowships are in nien~ ory of
127 field service men who gave their"
lives in the Great war.
Graduates of American tun I r r iie r
and professional schools who havve re(-
ceived degrees or students who are 24
years of age andl have spent live years
in an industrial establishment resuriai
ing technical skill are ell-g>ibrle for
these fellowships.
STUDIOS STRT INORK HON"
Four lphotogra phers ha ve beenfla.1}-
pointed to take senior piet ure:; lii
year. The Randall, 1 ersisrh V. "
Spedding and Dey stiios v ,-ll ? z
dle the work.
All seniors are urged by Oe'w
sign staff to have their sit ~ilags,,
soon as possible. ho-ceeml 'r 1 ha
been set as the final day on ne
these pictures will be aNccept ed. D1e
the past there has been a en ct;;' w Oiivr
the end of the tino allowane a C
this, cou~pled with personsd',!I"
Christmas sittings, has dehol h
work of the 'Ensian nuiterild I . s11
staff desires to relieve the 1 ;< 011!
ute rush this year and r: jues-,t a
ior,8-to arrange fo 11 heir Bittinsti
month.
Sittings may be arranged by [11(,
payment of the picture mloney of
'Ensian office. The :student i, <?-
lowed the choice of any of the 1f !_:r
studious.
P'il Sigia rTo Meet
Phi Sigma, honorary biological 1'r,,-
ternity, will hold its first meetfingci
the year tonight in roost Z 242, N. S
building. Prof. P. 13. Hladley wvill pel
on "The D'H-erelle Phenomenon."o-I
ficers will -be installed and all mnt-
bens are urged to be lpresent.

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nib-niaking. It suits itself to any
hand-to any style. It is extras
heavy. The 1 4-karat gold is tipped
with3 the ?hardest and finest grade
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Bttt it is so nicely balanced andl pro-"
1)ortsioned that it fits into the fist no It
colli or tably.
The XWabl Signature Pen writes the
instant the p)oint touches jpapcr. The
ink begins to flow evenly - always
enough, ntever too mnuch. The pat-
ented comb feed makes sbakim9 un-
necessary.

The patented construction of the
cap makes it impossible for the pen to
leak in the pocket. The cap cannot
splht, for it is strengthened by the plain
gold band. Thecre are two sizes of the
Wahl Signature Pen-one at $5 for
women, and one at $ 7 for men ! Other
Wahl Pens, $2.50 up!

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alt h s 1 1 )olnald A. rj'hiuas'I, ,see-
li'i u sa , Mr. 'p xva ill be inj
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No 'crber22---'I F'AN TUTTE
Decemabr 12-- ' FM ZI BAST! Violinist

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October
Novemb~er
December

22-SOUSAIS Ai D
100 Players
12-_ ET6T SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
CSSIP GABRILOWITSCFI, Conductor;
MICHAEL PRESS, Violinist.
4--- TRWT SY PHONY ORCHESTRA
VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting;
RICHARD CROOKS, Tenor.

RE, Musil -Director

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I I - + DEN1ANY15 Pianist

Suits fr xamp le
This fall you will note in our clothing definite tendencies towards the imore
conservaive of English style features. Two and three-button sack suits are
the things. Coats are a bit shorter, lapels are longer, with buttons set lower,
and the coat bottoms rounded off rather abruptly. Straight backs without
vent are favored, Vests have straighter bottoms with medium points, and
trousers are cut full, draping from the hips.,

COURSE TICKETS
')?.0O-Pat.on's Tickets. (Holder has privilege of retaining;
same location successive seasons.) Three center
sections on both Main Floor and in First Balconyr,
f rent to rear.
$t.&0- Two side sections on both M: in Floor and in First
Balcony, front to rear.
$5.50fJ-Sixtxeen rows in Second Balcony.
I$5.00-Last seven rows in Second Balcony.

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January 22- ETR 7 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
VICTOR KOLAR, Conducting;
ARTHUR SHATTUCK, Pianist.
February 1 8-M. AND MfS. JOSEF LHEVINNE,
Pianists
COURSE TICKETS

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First .Balcony, front to rear.
$4.00---Two side sections on both Main Floor and in First'
Balcony, front to rear.
$3.00--Eight Rows in Second Balcony.{
Qa $2.00-Last Fifteen Rows in Second Balcony,

.Should any Section be over subscribed, remaining orders will be filled
from the next following section and refunds made accordingly. Tickets will
be mailed out about Oct. 10 by ordinary mail at purchaser's risk unless fee
for registration is enclosed.
Address communications to CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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