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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1921

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WiNNER F BOOTH~
FELLOWSHIP NAMED
Kenniethi C. lack. 124A, Is Awarded
raeiryong Mclioa i'SlI
In Arehitecture
CARRIES $120) STIPEND
Kenneth C BlackI, '2'5A, has been
awerded the Gleorge G. Booth Travel-
ing fellowship iii architecture, which
caries with it a stipend of $1,200.
Leroy D. Kiefer, '25A, was given
honorable menition. and' will receive
$150, the gift of the Detroit chapter
of the Americani Institute of Archi-
tects.
Six drawings were submnitted to
the: committee, which was composedI
of H. J. Mv. Grylls, president of the
D etroit chapter of the. American In-
stitute of Architects, William B.
Stratton, past president of the same
chapter, John 1B. Jewell, president of
the Detroit Architectural cilub. Wirti
Rowland of Det roit, and five mem-
hers of the faculty of the architec-
tural school.
This is the second year that the
scholarship; awa rd has been made,
the winners last year being Marian'
Blood, '24A, who is at present return-
ing from her trilp abroad, and Ralph
Calder, '23A, whro is now with the
University expedition in NorthernI
,Africa.
Acording to a statement issued by
the Jury,, four out of the six drawings
submitted are "modernistic in spirit,
none, however, being extremely so.
the first two were best both in plan.
and in composition, while thle first
design was of a more imaginative
character than the others."
Thle'purpose of the scholarship is
to further a higher standard of prep-
;i iatioa~ for architectural practice,!
(be stipend bieing based on the en-
dIowment of $20,000 given last year'
by Mr. Booth of Detroit.
STUDENTS WILL MAKE
SUMMERTRIP 9ABROAD~
Univeri ty studlents ad lthose pre-
paring for entrance to universitiesl
will make up a wroldl cruise that i:;
now b~eing organized by the Univer-

Explorer Begins VRIYBIrSE
New Adventure
i FinancialI report of- the Vaisty
! - Band for' the past : year wsmd
j public yesterday. The report shows
that $3,899 as cofitributeOi by var-r
Tous organizations for the support of
the band. The Chamber, of Commrterce,
gave $1,300, the Alutomrobile cluib,
through the Chramber of Comzmer Ce
gave $:1,500, the :student body, $74, aid
. :.tthe alumnii association, through the
receipts of the grid-graph exhibitions,
:::;::">::: !$525.
The amount raised by the Chamber,
r ! of Corn inerce was sufficienit to pay
the expenses of the bnd an the, trip
to Illinois and $300 wvas left over for
tihe purchase of a hornr. The rest ofl
the dlonations received by the band'
l aissociation. paid for ,the tprip to La -1
:: sing for the game with M. S. C. and
for the band banquet. The Detroit [
Alum~ni association ;promnised support
for the trip of the baud, to Columbus,
jOhio, at the timne of the Ohio. State~
"v' gamze, but failed to carry throughr the
plans, so the members of~ the band
L, ~paid thei' own expenses on the trip.E
Elect Trustees
William M McGovern, Anglo-Amer- F rQ1 " r
ca xploi cxand anthr opologist, who o"CA" 0ar
succede 1wx a invistin Lhsa, Balloting for. tha board. of trustees
Tibt's"fobiden ity" i beinnngof the Student Christian, association
a new adlventure on the other side of (was held yesterday from 0 to 4 , '-
thre world. Thy. expedition will take clock in Newberry hall., The candi-
him across South ,America through a dates elected are: Prof. Ljarry C.
completely unknown section of the; Car'ver, of. the' mathematics depart-!
Northwest Amazon. I m'n-t, Dean E. E. Day of, the School of

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Militai Annua s GAINET MEMBERS
tMakes Appear ncee
hifstory othe University, nd contain- T E NTLED TDY
ing 48 rages of information and photo- Installation of tihe cabinet officers!
graphs pertaining to thue military or ;o h tuetCrsla so iato
ganizations on the campus, tihe Michi- will, be held at a luncheon to be given j
igan. Shield, campus R. 0. T. C. an-i at 12:15 o'clock today in Lane hall.
nual, appeared on the campus yes-i The eabinet members who have been
terday. a.lppaifted thus far by Rensis Likert,
This year saw the first. attemipt of president-elect for next year. are:
the local It. 0. T. C. unit to record Charles Gakmnan, '26, fraternity dis-
its activities in any form whatsoever. !cession grounas; Merriam Ilerrich,
The piresent issue contains mnessages '6,new students; C. A. Stephens, '26,
from the Secretary of War, the army international committee; Ezra Young,;
Chief of Staff, the commandeir of tihej '26, extension (department; Gerritt
sixth corps area,. and various other' Flelstra, '26, church relationship.
military officers of high i'ank. and na- P erry Hayden, the retiring press-'
tional repute.i denu of the organization, will act as
- LnsngMa 27 -toastmaster for the luncheon. Among 1
Mast.Lasnay2.- Wakefield other speak-ors will be Harlod Coff-
aild Freemnont, present first string]I man, field secretary; and Ren~sis Lik-
battery of the Mv. S. C. ball squad,, ert, the incoming president.
have been working together for years.; -
At. grade school the two worked to- Santo Domingo, Mayl27.--The con-f
gethler then in their high school (laysI vent ion between the Dominican gov-
at Badi Axe, Mich., and now they are iernnment and the United States of Dec.
turning out great performances withn 27, 1924, was passed yesterday by both!
the Lansing aggregation. shouses of the government.

Fisher, '25E, Given
Engineering Prize1
( For miaintaininig the highest aver-
age scholarship in Juni'or and Seniorx!
work in the Marine Engineering de- I
partmnent of the Engineeiring sc hool,
R. E. Fisher, '25E, has b~eenl awai (le l
li prize of $100.00 givenl annually Iby
the American Bureau of Shipping, it!
"was learnxed today by Prof. Herbert
S. Sadler of the naval architectuirel
departmnent.
Subserlbor now for The Summernci
rlcigamn Da nly.---AdIt.

St james 's
O NE~ of many +distinctv
molls!
Values for $9 or $7 not possi-
blyobtainable elsewhere. Colle j
men ar always"fromt Missouri"
-- John Ward Men's Shoes veil
sho you.!
On Display By
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INCORPOR1ATED .-- REG. U.S. PAT. OFF.
Stores in New York, Brooklyn. Newarkr
and Philadelphia ,W Address for Mail'
Orders, 191 Hudson 9t, New York City;F

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GREEN TREE INN
Special Parties by Arrangement
Luncheon, 12:00-1 :30
Afternoon "Tea, 3:00-5:00
Dinner, 5:30-7:00

FirgtNaional Bank
1Organizect1863 a
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
TRUST DEPARTMENT
O ldest National Barnle in Michigan . "
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Allahabad, British India, May 27.-1
The Alhihabad Pioneer says 5,000 box-
es of ammunition have been land.ed at
Kar'achi to be dispatched to Kabul,
Afghanistan.
RtEAD TIHE CLISSIEI)ADS

Business AdminIstration,. Shirley WV.
Smith, s icretary .Of the University,
Prof. Leroy Waterman of the, serixi-
tic language department, Albert Feig-
,al, Frank Royce, Mrs. . John. Bradl-
shaw, Mrs. G. Carl 1Luber, Mrbs. Stan-
ley Stevens, and Mrs. Clair Upther-
grove.

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The MICHIGAN CLUB ROYAL ORCHESTRA

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Shoinig!

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city. The student group will sail z
Septualifim ed ok neducat . ia " USIC P-
University and under theedctoaI
auspcesof qaliiedinstructors, xwiiil
pursue university studies for eight,
wonths at sea. "MIKE" FAL K PHONE 3936
Credit will not be given to students
of the University who take this trip,'
z~uording to John R. Effinger, deaniI___-
of the literary college. University -
c-edt nsoe ousshillr my Usoni11111111111courses, howeveritt mayliliitllll fltit111 i14C1
be granted lby special arrangement i
with the heads of the departments. 2
The cost for tihe eight imonth.:,- o ria liIoa4y
c i-isC will ibe $2,200.- Furthler infor- . ,,
,,iw t ion concerinig thle tour may be '=
1ccred th.rough I lie University 'Tray-
el a)ssociation, °11 :Broadway, New -L -
Y ork (it. '. xw"
Sofia, M\-av 27.-K ing Boris of .Jiul- ._
':xian enemy of captial puinishnmentq
< -nfirmed the (deathi sentenice of threej I
Incai who took part. in the Sveti Kral t ~y~ i~2
Cathedral bombing ini which 160 per-
soils were killed.
REAl) THlE (tA SIFIIED v = Good Ares at $12.5-$i.50 Dozeni =
AW 91SGood Carnations at $1.00HDzen
See us for your Paniamia hat; we SeilBuqesMxd lwr
buy theta as they come from tile na - -- oqut MxdFlwr
ives who weave themn, and then el ,~ xr ' ~ a u
block. and trim them up, thus saving 1=iBeautiul Wreaths are Ext aVaues a o r Prces'
you the middlemen's profits. We give
you an elegant hrat for $6.00, $7.00 and. -.--
$8.00; one that you will be proud of1 'I'X i.'~~ V ~ ~ N
and that will give you perfect satis- I L W E D an S
f1actionrd.S'ii S
N1 akr tickels Arcadle 1400 'f i~r fit.
(Where D. U. R. stops at State) 2
-Adv.

Best All Comedy
Bill of the

ALL
LAUGHS:
Zane Grea
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Here's a program that's full of laughs,
from the Bobby Vernon Comedy,
through the stage presentation and fea-
ture picture.

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MAAEL BAS.N, CHARLES 0-"E
ZAN E GREY'S story of a B3road-
wva y belle who came out to spread
a little love among the cowboys.
Packed with action, gay with romance.
NO VILLAIN-NO GUN PLAY
When wild West and wild women meet-THAT'S
entertainiment !

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EXCURSIO.
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Iluluth ................. 41.00
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FRUITS
FANCY CANNED GOODS

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1 st, 2nd Cabin or 3rd Crass
En1K"DE

NATIONAL BISCUIT COOKIES
IN PACKAGE OR BULK

Direct from Alan Dale, the Famous New York Critic,
"Artists arid Models" Claims White and Manning to Be America's M'Vost Comical Dancers

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