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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMl ENI 12, 1926

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MANY 'U"'I BWNi FELLOWSHIPS FOR EUROPEAN STUDY i Daily Heads Will Go
rar'IIIT~~~rP: AVAILABLE TO ADVANCED STUDENTS~T rs oges
BY UNION rIACIL!6IILs Fellowships for advanced study in general subjects and inhs w
Fra ce nd erm ny are avalabevial field, Is necessary. Representatives of The Michig'a'n
'Ti !ifor 1927-28 according to information Tli'A necric~an-"Germnan Student ex- ;Daily at the second National Collegel
Siqtistics Show That Mare ''a'1, received at the President's office fr'oin change also of,"ors fellowships tor Press congress at Champaign, Ill.,
000 Entered Uioni Saturday; Itow- ;the Institute of International Ida; r- studs ini Germany and1 requires thel will be Smith H. Cady, '27, managing
ling And Swimming Attract Scores tion in New York city. A limited ' aplicants to be Amcrican citizens, of editor, and, Thomas D. Olmstead, Jr.,
nunilber of awards, carrying a t; pcnslcod mcoral character andl health.I,'
LAp ENU BE SRV D of ..(.a year witA the :xo ;i i: licv'(Y nIU , also, have a workzing 2,bsns angrIh ofe-flaY ence is to be held from Nov. 18 to 20.
of on yer rnewl, re tieed uov le~,e (2f~al jiki he biltyVarious specialists in college news-
for study in Fr'.ench un~xiv rxSk it' in to carry on work at a German unli-
Statistics taken in various parts of Inea:°y t3Ofiefl;-of stuads. ,v c sity whi imlies at least thpaer coresswillspeakt.e Uietrstie
the Union last, Saturday show that ij insfo h.;,rwursmutyartnhneiria cle co n- o redstanford, Mhe innerst ies
tha inttto a a rmeae cit izenIs Hof the UnIi<ad Sate.;,> raust ! 'it.cousin, Illinois, Marquette, Notre
by the alumni and visitors whic h at 10 t! A)!of01IIZakilig t'"i pplica- Iaformawtion regardigi, either of the Dame, Florida, Pennsylvania State
thronged Ann Arbor to witness the t~o I,; Ka gra:duate of a college of above classes of fellowshiips my be college, Keuka College of New York,
Wisconsin game. F c O:li d standiii-. or of a vicoie.,- o,,tained Joy writing the Institute of ; Indiana State Normal, Nebraska Wes-
Over 15,000 persons were reported ' i~,, ,;-~ ;olagl '(IUiia i year:, ,in: erntiona l IEducation, X22 Fifth' leyan, Boston Tech., and Georgia
to have entered the building at somxe l ; (i <iy tfur a degree. They mrust also :A~ve., Newv York city. 1 Tech. There will be many other fea-
time during the day. For many 10.1 n c a acter and in-trsi ddto ote eua ui
theefiurs ho, te ur o { ~(I i> : u 11hiity. and 0o suitable perj LONDON. -" Prince George, the ness sessions.
culinary= department was too get It i~s Ability of the ap~pli- 'younglaest soh 0o' the king, i7' soon to
2,204 having availed themselves of i can: ut. ,,;Uo Prenicli books, mothi in- make a tour of Canada. Subscribe for the Mi1chigan Daily.
tap room service, while 1,558 were l___________________
served regular dinners in either the ________________________
main or private dining rooms.
The swimming pooi tempted 197,
men and 148 made use of the bowling..
alleys, approximately the same numn-
ber patronizing the billiard room.S re E o g H t M si
During the day the barber shop, u e E o g o u i
accomodated 251, and 191 pairs o1'
shoes were shined. Statistics are un-
atialhwvr tosehwjmany of these shines were removed at' T ng t 7 1 10
the_ Saturday night dance, which was
reported to have been attendled byi a
capacity crowd. TISH1'S PLAYHOUSE
PARIS-The Empress Josephine's
mansion, Bois Preau, has been given
to the French nation by Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Tuck of New York. ____________
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