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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NEWS CONTEST
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JO pjJueLiterary Seniors Will Be Eligible
U IJLFor Competition In Harvard Scholarship
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WISCONSIN UNION1 servance of Memorial day this year. Many a Good Pair 'of Hose
TO V , LE~a .." t* Th conracor hs asured the comn-4
TO BE DE ICATED mittee that the buiding will be for Have Been Ruined by a Run!
MADISONenoughalong at.-that time.} It is just as essential to give your
MADION, is.,Marh 25-Lay ug It is planned to invite the 1wren., hosiery a bath in "Silktufn" as it is
of the cornerstone of the Memorial ohf 5 nvrst e n wmnt s pure soap in whiich to wash
Union will be the center of the 01)- who lost their lives inthle World war. t11,:,. Ask for "Sllktufn" at The
Viese parents will witness the seal-i ,(1-1)rtFliP1tcher Drug Stores.

MCFADDEN'S FLATS,
The (areatest Bargain
ins AimnArbor

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Seniors in the literary college whoi prepared to take uip thirdl year work
will graduate in June are eligible to either in one of the regutlar four year
Secend Intercollegiate Current ]Events enter competition for the $1,0001 programs, or in one of the five year
Contest Will End With Fial I programs combining engineering and
xaiuatioin May 14 scholarship offered by the Harvard !~sns diitain
s Engineering sc-hool, it was anniounced Students who wish to make appli-
FACULTY TO ANA HER yesterday by D~ean W. . H umphreys cation for the scholarship must write
_____j of the literary college, following the 1 directly to the Dean of the Harvard
Announcement has been made by reeipt of a letter from 11. .1. Hughes, f Engineering School, Cambridge, Mass.
Dean oft' the Harvard Engineering The application must be written in
The New York Times that the second1 school. Students registeredl in en-1 the student's own handwriting and he
annual Intercollegiate Current Events gineering, scientific or technicall must state his plans for the future
contest final examination will be held! schools will not be permitted to coin- and enclose a complete official r ecord
Saturday, May 14. The preliminary' Pete. of his college courses through thle
contest for the University will be held be The award of the scholarship will mid-year period of the current year.
in ~ ~ ~~ b thlttagatefdprl oni the comp~lete academic
in he attr prt f Aril #record of applicants and particularly OF7-FICIALS LANV
The contest, which is open to any ion the result of a special three hour F ESTIVAL HANG
resident undergraduate students who written examination covering general
hsnot completed four years of work phiysieps and mathematics through the Anucmno tfrhrcag
1IS~~~~~S ~different'al and itgrlcalculus.innuneertoa rtvrhng
since graduation from preparatory;i' the program of the 841eth annual
This test for Michigvan students, whoseM
school, is given at Harvard, Yale, Chi- aplcto r uie May festival which will lie held' May
cago, Cornell, Pennsylvania, Virginia, petition, wlbehdhre 1.8 to 21 in Hill auditorium has been
,Annapolis, West Point. Columbia, May 13. The examination papers will madce by. officials of the University
Princeton and Michigan.bepeaeanmrkdyaco it School of Music. The circumstances
The examination consists of many tee of the faculty of the Harvard E necsiaigtechn-w alte
tactual questions and a few selected which was received from Frederick
events of outstanding Amportance dur- ginieering school. The results o# the N. Sard, executive director of the
ingtheyer. hi isdeignd o tstcompetition will be mailed to all (-an- Beethoven Centennial celebration,
ing he ear Thi isdesgnedto estdilates June 2.
the student's knowledge .of events And hsshlrhpha enetbih asking that the May Festival pro-
to test his ability to express his inter- e oadyugmno xetoa gram include the first performance of
pretation of the evenits. Thte time pov- e oadyugmno xetoa the "Heroic Flegy," composed by How-
e redt by the examination this yearwl ability who have completed a course ard Hanson as an anniversary tribute
eronMy1 26tthtimeiof of general study in college, and who b rmMy1 96t h ie to the great master.
thetesswhih s lvemonhslonerwish to educate themselves for a The request was made on biehalf of
than that covered by the examiliatioui career in engineering. It is the pol- the advisory body of the Beethoven
last ear.icy of the faculty of the Harvard En- ;Centennial, and the offer has been ae-
la Winersntecnessa aho gineering school to encourage young cepted by Earl V. Moore, director of
the institutions will be awarded a men to graduate from college before the Festival. The presentation of this
prie o $20 ad abroze eda. Ientering the school, rather than to composition will make the annual mu-
Thieeowinnersawillthenzcomeeain. extend engineering prograoms to five! sical event a part of the nation-wide
the national contest and the winner of1 or six years; for the purpose of in-i anniversary celebration.
thefinl eamiatfn wll e aardd luding more. general studies. A col-{' The regular public sale of May Fes-
te prize of $500. ex Liatisot year b Everett Me lege graduate who is qualified to comn-1ItivalI tickets will begin today, when
C'lsn.'2F, Pcn h exmiatpr ete for this scholarship is usually all remaining course tickets which

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given at the University, the final con-
test being won by the Harvard entry.
A faculty committee to advise ,those-
wishing "to enter and to manage the
contest at the University will sbe ap-'
pointed early next week.
COOK ADDRESS
MEETING OF :CLUB
In an illustrated lecture delivered
Thursday night at a meeting. of the CGe-
logical and Geographical Journal club,
Prof. Charles W . Cook of the geology
department declared that thle Rocky
Mountain district was one of the
richest regions in the. country in oil.
The southern and central parts of
Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado are
especially rich in oil, and in some-
places in that vicinity, there is a
plentiful supply of natural gas which
is tbeing utilized to dome ;~tent-
Thie oil found in southern Montana
and nothern Wyoming is especially]
good, having yielded in some :cases
as high as 87 per cent gasoline.

Save Save Save!
Save Time, Money andi _Energy
by Eating at the
ANN ARBOR RESTAURANT
215 South Wain St.

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NEW VYORK IVNIVERgSITY SCHI}()L OF RE'UAING
Experience is secured in the largest department stores of New
York, Newark, and Brooklyn. Store service is linked with class-
room instruction.
M. S. in Retailing is granted on the completion of one year of
graduate work.
Three Giraduate Fellowships
Five Scholarships
Service Fellowships
Summer School July 5 to August4 2, 1927
/ Fall terin opens September 15
Illustrated booklet on aiplication. For further information
write Dr. Norris A. Brisco, Director School of Retailing, Washing-
ton Square East, Newv York City.

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have not been reserved by mail order' ing in the cornerstone box the nme
will be placed on sale at the officesj of their children and of 12,000 otheru
of the School 'of Music.! univer sity lumn1i.
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THE BESTMEATS ANLL
Thcrfu ue anstehstma-o
tihis table and wants it at fair prices. Hie finds CHOCOLATE
both at GFEL.L'S MARKET. NU-UDN
23NrhMi=t.Poe40 Popular flavors that will please your guests. '
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CORNWl'ELL +COAL - COKE=
Scranton, Pocahontas . ANN ARBOR DAIRY z
Kentucky and West Virginia Coal -
Solvay and Gas Coke "The Horne of Pure NTlk" S
This business has been growing ever!
since it was established. The secret-'I
"giving absolute satisfaction to our I
customers." We believe it pays to do4
business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.j
COR N WELL COAL -COKE
OFFICE, COR2NWELL BLCK N
Phones, Office : 4551-4552 Yard Office : 5151,
MAST TINFES TODAY LAS;'Ir T'711,ES TODIAY
<,w VEyou boghtyour
Arthur Somers Roche's Electric Toaster yet?
Great Mystery If not, let us, remind you
Comedy thttet
7 at the special reduced prices
'WL established for March sales
will end with the month.

Permit us also to re-
Imindyou that the Elec-
tric Toaster (it costs
little to buy and only
j ~a cent or two to opler-
;.. i ate) provides you with;
toast of a deliciousness'
B I seldom found in the
- stove-made article.
PUNY y r On sale in our office
" 't'' ° rices as lo'w as $2.95
Douglas Gerrard,I
ARTHUR SOMERS n
.., -,ROCHIE dI~
s ON THE SINGE _____E io bp n
I Everett Sanderson's Main at William Telephone 4226 i

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