r~ITHURSDAY, MAY, 28, 1925_t
THE M1 IHIGAN
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LT DCIDE LV11TENNIS
1 hile Intercoll.-giate Lawn Tewinis
1 unpion hip mneet to determine the
i3ciiioriiil Fellowuships I
After a Good NIight's Work
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440 SOUTH STATE'
B~luebooks, Pens, Erasers, Ink-in fact every supply
necessary for a Final.
I ~ l 11 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
singles and (doubles
the united1 States, has
' ..P:. r.: to the Mlerion Cricket club of Hlaver-
I LI~J J~'. ford,- Pa. The meet wil be held on
Opport ities for advanced studly , .-:: J~~2.
Sabroad are offered in the form of the :::>::.;:::;:;. ?h omn tunaet rmie
.loh Simn Gggeneim Memoialto be the most successful in years
;fellowships established recently by os(rngteaedyageum r
formr t1of .colleges and universities entered
Simnon Guggenhimfre senator1 both from EnlnnteUie
f'romr Colorado. The foundation offers .Stes "IL1Ualii uIet
to pomiing choarsbot menandI >vStaes.Last season 24 colleges were
tovom isia nuachlarstipnboth men5andentered, represented by 54 entrants
wome, a anualstiendof 2,50 Iin the singles and 24 teams trying for!
for research work abroad or for the th dobe hnrs Tesigs
developnt, of unusual talent inanl
anyh fnears championship was won by Wallace
og te fne ats.Scott of the University of Washing-
It is the purpose of the foundation ton who defeated Arnold Jones of
after the first year to maintain an-.? Yale. The doubles championship was
nually from forty to fifty fellows t, won by Lewis N. White and Louis
'ibi~oad. The fellowships are intend- Thalheimer of the University of Tex-
ed for men and women who have as, who (defeated Ingrahm and Pfaff-
demonstrated unusual ability for re-1 . .mnofHrad
.search work or unsual artistic talent.maofHrrd
The first awards will be mnade for the!
Lo a.year 1926-27. Lo a Prot essorsI
These fellowships will be open to l The presidimney of the Associated,
American citizens, preferably be- Advertising Clubs of the World pass- E tS a ihB o
tween the ages of 25 to 35 years,: ed from wvest to east with the elec-!I
-whose past records indicate the de-= tion of C. K. Woodbrid, e (above). Iei; Prof. J. M. Albaladejo and H. H.
sired attributes. Appointments will 'is a New Yorker, and succee~ds Lou E.: Britton of the modern languages de-'
ordinarily be for periods of twelve! Holland of Kansas City. l artment, have edited the Spanish
months, but plans that involve two novel, "Lucha Extrana," written by
3or three years study will be consid- j('CORREC'TION Lopez Ballesteros for use in second
cred by the trustees of the fund. 1~ .W eesi ftereoi year college classes. The 1)00k 1s
Pro. . 1. eteso ofth rhto is; d'tedl with notes and a complte
Applications for fellowships should department will tour Norway and - vocabulary. It is now in the press1
be made in warting, on or before Jan. 'Iceland this summer and not Sweden I of the Century comnpany and will ap-
1126bth caddtsada-as was recently announced in the; peartoHnyAlnMeser-! in two or three weeks in the
drse o1lnyAlnMe er-Daily. group of its Modern Language series.!
tary, John Simon Guggenheim mem-
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4 Founded in 1894, the Michigan
Alumnus, official organ of the Mich-
Sigan Alumni association, has grown
until now it has the largest sub-,i
scription list of any alumnae publi-
Scation in, the country. Thirty-sixI
.z issues are printed° each school year,
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To Elect. Officers
O (fficers for the year 1925-26 wi'l
li' e elected at the meeting of the Penn-
r -<ylIvania club ;;o be held at 7: 30 o'-
clock tonight in roonm 205, Mason hall.;
T his will be the last meeting of the
'~club this school year and all Penn-
F ylvania, students are urged to at-
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