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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Imunina| (( |r~ u QFLYER SETS NEW ALTITUDE RECORDE
U'n1 Il U I I Lc OF 22,000 FEET FOR HYDROPLANES
CREATE FELLOWSHiPS
ScholarsaIps Will Be Given Americans
By Ministry Of Education For
Study At Budapest
INCLUDES MANY COURSES
Opportunities for American men to
study abroad have been greatly in- Y
creased by the offer of five scholar-
ships made by the Ministry of Edu-v
cation of Hungary. These are avail-
able for 1927-28 in the University ofI
Budapest, the University Faculty of ;
Economic Science, the Polytechnic .
Hugh school, the Veterinary college .
and the Music academy, at Budapest. l l:3*.
Many fields of study are offered to
the winners of the scholarships. They
may enroll in any of the following.
courses: Letters and the Sciences,-
philosophy, law, medicine, veterinary:
science, economics, music, or technol-
Scholarship allowances will be :..;>":.:
given only for the time actually spent - ;.::. .............:::::,>:.
in Budapest. The scholarships cover :[
tuition, lodging in the Nicholas Horthy .. ,.......
college and lunch and dinner at one
of the students' messes. A free vise
will also be given. Lieut. George R. Henderson of the United States navy standing beside
Student Must Know lungarii the plane he flew in establishing a new world altitude record for sea-
To be eligible for a fellowship a planes at the naval air station at Anacostia, D. C., Carrying a load of
man must be in possession of a Bach- 1,102 pounds he reached an altitude of more than 22,200 feet in an hour
elor's degree. He must be an Ameri- and twenty minutes, thereby bettering the old record of 20,200 feet made
can citizen of good moral character. last December by A. Passaleva at Sesbo Calenda. Italy.
H e should have the ability to do in- - - --- - - - - - ------------- --- - --- - - - -----------_ -
dependent work. It is also necessary T
TO present a health certificate. The ( W oodmen Throughout Nation Plan For I
student must, of course, have a suffi-
cent knowledge of Hungarian to un- Celebration Of National Forest Week
derstand the lectures, although pupils
of music may be admitted without a
kowledge of Hungarian if they have In 1920 on the Pacific coast there there will also be special news reels
an adequate knowledge of German. was initiated the idea of having a Na- at the local theaters showing forest
American fellows ai e required to reg- tional Forest Week-seven days in fires and methods of fighting them.
ister in Budapest before September the year when a those people inter- There will also be shown some of
5, 1927, and to reside there during the the causes of these fires and the ease
entire academic year: that is until ested in Forestry, both comnercially with which they might be prevented
tie end of June, 1928. and from an educational and conser- with a little education and a little
The Institute of International Edu- vation standpoint could bring before care. Campers and smokers are the
cation, New York city, through which the people of the country the import- chief offenders, figures collected show.
the above offer is being made, an- ance of timber and the necessity of These two classes caused 24 per cent
nounces also summer-school courses treating our forests as a resource of the fires in the state of Mich-
at the University of Berlin. Theter- that is being rapidly diminished by igan in the last ten years.
man Institute for Foreigners, which waste ! and which must be built up The forestry department, cooperat-
has made this offer to American stu- and maintained by a wise attitude in ing with the University Extension
dents, has organized the courses upon regard to timber and its importance, service has sent out hundreds of col-
the American plan. These courses This year the week of April 24-30 lections of material for use in the
include German language and litera- has been designated as National For- schools of the state in an effort to
ture, German political and social his- est Week by proclamation of the educate the people in the problems
tory, German art and German civiliza- President and all foresters in the of forestry.
tion( political economy and sociology. United States are plannnig programs
In addition to the regular classes, and considering means of bringing
there will be lectures, discussions, ob- before the people the message that
servations, excursions and social they have.
gatherings. Programs and material have been'
Summer School Open. To Many prepared by the United States depart-A
This summer school is open to un- ment of agriculture and have been
dergraduates who are preparing for sent to Boy Scout c'rganizations and
their B.A., postgraduates who are clubs of a similar nature throughout
working for their M.A. or Ph.D. the country. Various phases of the xtra Credits
teachers who desire to continue their fight that must be made have been During Summer Vacation
professional studies, or auditors who summarized in booklets and these Thrhngpurce ation
wish to take merely cultural courses. booklets have been supplied to one are here combined with superior oppor-
The tuition amounts to 120 marks schools throughout the country with tunity for educational advancement. Boating,
scholsthrughut he ounry ithswimming, tennis, cnert, dramatic performan-
(about thiray dollars) and entitles the idea of bringing the younger gen- cesinspiring lectures,.etc.,are all available.
the applicant to attend 60 hours of eration into touch with the problems organized excursions to industrial, financial and at
eTalar ino 1OUC1 Wth he robemscenters o' Chiao. courses covering full year's work
language courses and 60 hours of of forestry and conservation. in General Chemistry, Physics or Zoology, .or students
other work. The fee for a survey Universities and schools that main- interested in Medicine, Dentistry or Engineering.
course of ten hours is ten dollars. tain regular forestry departments for SUMMER
Further┬░ Information concerning tetahn ffrsr ehd n
either the summer school or- the the teaching of forestry methods and . SESSION
to prepare people for the practice of
scholarships in Hungary may be ob- ON THE SHORE OF LAKE MICHIGAN
tamed from Dr. Stephen P. Duggan, forestry are arranging programs and Opens June 27, 1927, and includes:
taedfrmDr 'tphn .Dugamovies and exhibits that will make GruaeSho
Director of the Institute of Interna-'m Graduate School Law SchoolI
the situation more graphic and illus- College of Liberal Arts School of Music
aional Education, 2 West 45th St., New School of Commerce School of Speech
1nni' Lliri.V that t h fLrldi tIIl hi n . 0

FACULTY MEN WRITE Stanford University
FO EA Plans Development
FflR EGALMAGAINh Field Of Botany

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FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES

with two of the nhree nain ,articles'
written by members of the Law
school faculty, the April issiv' of the
Laav Review will make is apperance
today. Piof Josep~h if. 0Ji,.Ie and
Prof. Edwi D. Dicoenson are the
men responsible for the treatises, the
former being the authoi i '' aris ic
Idealism and Legal Practise," while
Processor Dickinson wrote "New
vey of some contemporai i factors af'
Avenues to Freedom" which is a stir-
fecting the development of the law o;
nations. The other feature titled,
"Somen Qestions Involved in the Ap-

Stanford, Calif.-Preliminary steps
for one of the most ambitious projects
ever attempted in the field of botanical
science have been taken up with the
u)sent of [lie board of trustees to ap-
l)1~phr2le 1000 acres of campus terri-
tOI' to construct and develop one of
the Iinz-st botanical gardens in the
woi l1 whenever sufficient funds to as-
sire the success of the scheme are
within reach. The scope of the enter-
prise would demand at least $1,000,000
for getting a start, and its development
would require from $6,000,000 to $10,-
000,000.

Now is the time to be thinking
Year Books.

about your

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plication of the 'Public Interest' Doc- Under the present plans, the garden
trine," is by Prof. Dexter Merriam will be affiliated with University, but
Keezer, formerly of the economics de- it will be an almost separate institu-
partment of the University of Northltion. The gardens will be an exhibi-
-iCarolina.ton, a training school for graduate
In the second section of the period- students and gardeners, a sort of pub-
ical, "Note and Comment" there are lie park, and an experimental labora-
I four essays. The next part "Recent tory for studuts and professors.
Important Decisions" contains 23! The project is being advanced by a
separate essays, many of them by tle Igroup of scientists and business men,
student members of the Law Review and the movement represents the mer-
board, commenting on the bearing of ger of several efforts in the same di-
recent legal developments. rection.
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Watch this contest for the
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How to keep out of
the stag line
Costs good round dollars these days to bring the
only girl from the home town to the prom. Old
grads say this is why stag lines are lengthening at
the big social affairs during the school year.
Whether they are right is none of our business. But
we do know that a lot of fellows in school can still
find good use for extra dollars.
Here's a tip for some of these men who can qualify.
Next vacation, line up with The Fuller Brush Company
and garner a stack of money tall enough to keep from
melting during the coming semesters.
Millions of women know and buy Fuller Brushes.
They are household necessities--generally regarded as
the best the market offers.Your path is made easyby an
extensive advertising campaign in national magazines.
This is an easy and pleasant way to earn from $50 to
$75 a week. You get a thorough course in salesman-
ship free. A few fine territories are still open for
college men this coming summer. If you are interested,
communicate at once with
R. S. ]EESE
District Manager - 411 Woodbrook Bldg.
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It has also been announced that stu-
dents and teachers traveling abroad
will find a welcome and advice with
regard to educational opportunities,
boarding places, and so forth} at the
offlces df the American University
union in London, Paris and Rome.
The addresses of those officers are
s follows: London: 50 Russell
Square, W. C. 1; /Paris: 173 Boule-,
vard Saint-Germain: Rome: Library
for American Studies in Italy, 271,
Corso Umberto 1. The New York of-
fice of the American University
union is with the Institute of Interna-

trate the evies tnat te eforesters nave
to fight.
At the University of Michigan there
will be a special program on Tuesday,
April 26, at which there will be a
speaker and movies of scenes in the
forest areas 'of the United States
showing some of the work that has
been lone and some of the things
that ye't remain to be done. In ad-
dition to this there will be an exhibit
in the Library of pictures taken by
members of the forestry department
and others. These pictures will have
to do with forestry problems and will
be marked and catalogued for the in-
formation of those interested.
As a part of the observation hereI

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