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'SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PRO~iE SUM FOR
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Sf uiets ;elected Have
Clhoice of Countries
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PICK WINNERS MAY I
A group of dlonors have entrusted
to the American Council on Ednca-{

,Iola ysi 'i v siiojn JI)o You thli]Ik
that l:( ye:-., ofg ynum~si 11111work re-
quir. :l by lb e Un ivcr:tky is beneicil
to the 'ludllt body?

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tion' the Sii]h of $8,001) to provide for I Wlwr( aske "Sttsr eet.
eight scholarshipsabroad during prpseofthel 35h 1).' Ml]X14s
year12-2.Te uroeoth B..Mle, '251.--"Yes, because it
scholarships is to increase under- gives t he freshmnan a chance to get
standing and friendship among the acquainted with the gymnasium mnd
nations through the encouragement helps hin to keep in physical trim
of American college and university !for the trili ki nI ribulations of his
students 'to pursue a part 'of theirl acadeinic work"
education in the universities of other R. II .Sm~tl, '25E.--"I blievice that
countries. g iymnatsium work is beneficial, but I'
To be eligible to receive one of;d(, not see wh~at benefit can he e(I-
these scholarships a student, either' rived by the students who (lodlge the'
man or woman, must be not less than Iwork, as the majority of them (10. 1
18 years of age, must have been in think that the work should be made
residence for two academic years at;i optimal, if it cannot he Amade albso-
an American institution approved byI lutely compulsory."
the American Council on Education, M. ni <'8-N. tdn
and must expect to return to his Am- wh~o cdoes not care for gymnasium
erican college to take his degree. work or any athletic activities, even
Sound health, high mentality, ser- though he may go to the gymnasium
iousness of purpose, intellectual in-; his freshman year, dloes so only be-
t erests and attainments, intellectualj cause it is 'compulsory. A man who
promise, high, moral character, and is compelled to do a thing against
loyalty to American institutions are l his will can derive no benefit fromj
other qualifications that must have1 it."

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been showni by the student dui ingj
his college career.
'there is no limitation concerning
the countries or universities in which
students may study, nor is there any
limitation as to the field of study.
Arrangements will be made with the
authorities of the universities from
whiich students are select~rl so that
full academic credit will be given
' for the work dlone abroad.
Selection of the eight scholars will
be made immediately after May 1, and
will be announced immediately. Ap-
plication forms may be secured at the
office of Dr. F. E. Robins, assistant
to the President, or from the American
Council of Education, 26 Jackson~
place, Washington, D. C.,

P. F. Lange, '28P.--"I think that a"
1year of gymnasium work is not bene-
ficial enough for the student body.
fTwo or more years would build upI
the body to a more efficient degree
of physical fitness."
R. Augustine, '28.-"I do not think
the gymnasium courses offered arej
beneficial to the student hody, be-
cause the hours spent on the work
are too short and no physical benefit
is received."
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Professors S. L. Bligelow and W. G.
Smealen of the Chemistry department
addressed the meeting of the Science
and M'athematics association of south
western. Michigan which' was held
April 24 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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"At the IDrtg Store Beauitifuil"
Our Refrigerator
Candy Case
Keeps Gilberts Chocolates hard and fresh even in the very
warmest weather. Make this store your headqjuarters for
candies and you will never be disappointed.
~Rmembr-Gilbcrt's for Motlicr's Da.v
Arcade Phar /w
Fe. IT. PETY CIE W

Where Prescriptions Are Filled to Your
Our, Credit
NO. 7 NICKELS ARCADE

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Canoeing?
Picnicking?
Let us put up the lunch !
Salads
Sandwiches
Fruits
Cold Drinks
Everything to make an
enjoyable lunch.
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biggest laughing
sensation.

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EVER LAUGH AT LOVE?
You will-when you see Bus-
tirs 7,777 near bride ; - 7
itroposals in 7 mninutes, #) wli
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707 CImckli the fun. An~d--- 7 prize beauties.

-Bring your sweethearts-th, b
learn how niot to propose!
M tarried folks, come and laugh
over your courting days!

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