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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE TIIREfl

NEW SCHOLARSHIPSi
Grant First Awards Of Donovan Fund
To 18 Juniors and Seniors For j
Second Semester
AWARDS TOTAL $3,700{
Awards of Donovan scholarships
were made for the first time when 18
juniors and seniors of the engineer-
ing college received amounts totaling
$3,700 for the present semester by re-
cent action of the committee in charge
of the funds donated ly Corneliusl
Donovan, '72E, to aid engineering stu-
dents who are self-supporting.
The scholarships which may be
awarded in amounts up to $750 for
one year, are available to upperclass-
men in the engineering college who
have received 60 hours and have main-
tained an average grade of B. As the
present grants wore made for only
one semester, 17 scholarships were
fixed at $200, and one which was given
to a student who had received an all-.
A record for three semesters carried
a stipend of $300. In the future, how-
ever, it will be the policy of the com-
mittee to grant the scholarships for
an entire year, making the awards in
June for the use during the following,
school year.
In the event that all the funds
available for any one year are not
granted to students in the engineering
college, tihe committee may issue the
awards to students of other institu-
tions who have completed substantial-
ly the amount of work required in the
flrst two years of the engineering
college. Selection in such cases will
be made on the basissofccompetitive
examinations.
According to Prof. Herbert Sadler
of the marine engineering department,
who is chairman of the committee, a
scholarship may be granted to the
same student for more than one year,
provided he is still an undergraduate.
FRANKFORT, Ky., Feb. 20.-Gov.
William J. Fields yesterday signed the
bill increasing to five cents the state
tax on gasoline and all other liquid
fuels commercially usable in internal
combustion engines, which he had ad-
vocated to pay off the state road debt.

Faces

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News From (
SEAT MAY GO TO POLES _
(Ii's Associated Press)
Ohio State University. - "College
GENEVA, Feb. 20.-The ec professors, ministers, and university.
Poland to be a non-permanent mem- students are the 'dumbest' travelers
ber ofthe League of Nations council in the world," according to Alfred'
by the assembly next September is Paul, ticket seller at the Union sta-
suggested in influential circles as a tioi for the past 17 years.
practical solution of the difficultiest s
created by the demands of Poland, "Years ago the university student
Spain, and Brazil for permanent seats.,would ride in any part of the train,
The position of France, as indicated just so he got home, which was not
in Geneva, is that she considers in- often, but now-they all ride in parlor
ternational cooperation may best be , cars.
advanced by allowing Poland herself "Then there is the college profes-
to defend Polish interests in the sor, who arrives at 4:48 for a 4:50
League council in possible clashes train, asks every stop that the train
with Germany. Since British opinion makes to Cleveland, and then buys a
is described as overwhelmingly op- ticket to Chillicothe.
posed to the creation of new perma- " minister is entitled to 'clergy
nent seats in the council besides that 'rates' but he never thinks of it until
for Germany, it is understood in a whole rate ticket is stamped and
League circles that the governments prepared for him."
of London, Paris, and Berlin are ac-
tively carrying on discussions in an
effort to reach an accord.
after the charges had been made.
Small continues to deny the allega-
tions. Theatre, Ann Arbor

ther Colleges
Vassar. - Vassar college Students'
association has followed the lead of
'Bryn Mawr college in setting aside
'certain rooms where students will be
'permitted to smoke. Smoking in dor-
mitories, on the campus, and in tea
rooms in the city is expressly forbid-
den.
Indiana. - For the second time
within a week a dance was stopped
Iin the Student building auditorium
when university policemen turned out
the lights at the freshman ball be-
cause the revelers disregarded the I
university ruling prohibiting the
Charleston in the building.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
'ne Classified columus.--Auv.
Feb. 23-24
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Ouster proceedings directed against
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