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March 29, 1929 - Image 3

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OF~FER
FOR
STUDYI
TO GIVE
IN EUR(
TO HOLD F
Baldwin and
Awarded
So
Annual spr
fellowships a
recently by
Economics a
University, tt
ships to be
work, essays
the summer
awards.
Chief am
which are b
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fellowship is
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the opportuni

~ *E Wind-Fanned Fire, Caused By Short Circuit,
SCREEN REFLECTIONS
oiitDestroys House And Damages Four Others
"Dry Martini" is the title of the tini," such are the bases of its ar- A fire originating in a short cir- I the other houses suffered minor
ARCH WII4K "newest Fox opus now worrying the tistic structure, and such does its cuit in the attic of a three-story damages. The roof was totally
operators of the Michigan projec- structure remain from cellar to frame house at 1033 Packard street 'destroyed and the attic with it,
tion room. 'he simple word "dry" cockloft. demolished the two upper stories while the second floor was dam-i
characterizes the picture admir- The elfish presence of exiguous of the structure and spread to four aged somewhat by the flames.
ably, although "Martini" could be IMary Astor relieves the monotony other houses. on the block shortly The house, which was divided in-'
omitted to excellent advantage. 'quite more than any other single after 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Ito apartments, was occupied by Mr.
$1,000 FELLOWSHIP The principle . theme emanating factor we were able to discern. She A powerful wind fanned the fire, Robert Phillips, of the political
PEAN ECONOMIC from this garland of the silent is. delightful to look upon and, in which also ignited the roofs of the science department, Mrs. Phillips
HISTORY i tenth muse seemed to be a super the light of her past performances, houses at 1037, 1103, and 1105 4and their daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
HopSTORicbaed expose of American Paicnkaorchldshy,
Sit is not too childishly optimistic to Packard. H. Lai, a Chinese couple, and their
bars in Paris, of modern marital imagine that she might act if the The structure at 1033, belonging infant daughter, and by Mr. and
ESSAY CONTESTS(standards (if any), and of the ten- occasion were ever given her. tto Mrs. Gibbon W. Walker, sustain- Mrs. WAbbie Leeke,
der beauty of blooming youth Moore and one Alfred Conti ac- ed a loss of more than $7,000, while her mother.
Penfield Prizes To Be In the course of its seven odd count for themselves creditably.
d For Papers On reels "Dry Martini" succeded in es- One of the most entertaining,
cial Science tablishing the following aphoristic sparkling, clever, pleasant acts
Idicti: (A) that the relations be- that the boards of the Michigan
ing announcement of tween men and women are not al- theater. ever supported is to be L A N E A LL T
and prizes was made ways confined to their immediate found in "The Cowboy and the TV R
the department ofIfamilies; (B) that when good liq- Lady." The male member of the
nd Sociology of the uor is available some silly folk are team has a rare faculty for pung-E
ad t simply bound to drink it; (C) that ent wit. He is also a capable pi-
he prizes and fellow- papa doesn't always go where ma- anist, a droll banterer, and a vivid
awarded for research ma goes; (D) that a young person , personality, His partner is the
and attendance at would rather prefer. the Ritz to]possessor of a singular soprano Choicest of Wholesome Foods
sessions offering the ]Napoleon's Tomb; and finally (E) voice. All in all they managed to
that everything ends well if one 1 make our critical acumen glow
ong the fellowships will only wait long enough. Such 'with pleasure and satisfaction.
eing made available ,are the foundations of "Dry Mar- D. B. H. Jr.
ion is that offered forj
European economic
ze of $1,000, which is j
raduate students. This Mrs. Anna KaimbAch
especially enticing as j
Trough its conditions,.
ity of European study A c mta l homeIn Detroit

OS0 CAR 0MaVOGEL , MRTIN IH. VOG(EL
ivo6. BOS. MAKET.

Phone 6656

339 South Main Street

EASTER SPECIALS
Genuine S pring Lamb, first of season
Fresh Capons and Choice Broilers.
Plenty of Roasting and Stewing Chickens
EASTER SPECIAL ON SMOKED HAMS
Twelve different brands
Whole or half 29c
Savoy Pineapple, 2/ size-the best to bake with your
Ham, 3 for 904
Don't forget our H. & A. Canadian Ham and Bacon for your
breakfast Sunday Morning.
DRY- CoLEAING
the White SwanrWay

Why do so many fraternities use white Swan

The candidate must be studying
for the degree of doctor of philo- Lot your Easter vac
sophy and must spend the greater
part of his time in research in. theweeend . Lar
Europe.

ation - or
ge rooms,
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exclusively ?
the time?
day by day:

Why are our three branches busy all
Why does our business grow bigger
Quality-That's the answer. Why

Open To Students
The William H. Baldwin prize for
1930 is also a much sought after
prize and its award of $100, is
given forthe best essay of approx-:
imately 10,000 words on municipal
government. It is open to the
undergraduate students of the
University and is offered by the,
National Municipal League in fur-
thering the aims and ideals of Wil-
liam H. Baldwin. Baldwin, who wasx
called the "Sir Galahad of the
Market,"' was the great railroad
magnate who was president of the:
Long Island Railroad at the age of
33 and who died at 41. Competi-
tion for this prize closes May 25.
Two other prizes of great interest
are the Penfield scholarships and
the award of the Chicago Trust
company. The Penfield scholar-
ships are offered to further study
in diplomacy, international affairs,
and "belles-lettres." There are fivei
of these, each amounting to $1,000,
and they are based on the incomes
of $80,000 left by Fredrick Court-
land Penfield of New York univer-
sity. The Chicago Trust company
prize, on the other hand, is the
Triennial Research prize of $2,500
for research in the field of business,
development and the modern trust
company, and is to be awarded in
the summer of 1930.
Ithaca.-Law students at Cornell
University have inaugurated a new
form of legal "service" that may be
afflicted upon unsuspecting de-'
fendants.E
Recently they dropped from an
airplane a number of summons and'
complaints, which landed on the
campus. The recipients of these cir-
culars filed their "answers" at Wil-
lard hall, and those who were lucky
received free passes to the Barris-
ters' Ball, the lawyers' biggest so-
cial function of the year.

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fellowship#
.e sure to bring your Union card
ans abettermre for you
FAIRBAIRN HOTEL

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FOR YOUR VACATION
When vacation time comes don't
bewail the fact that yQU haven't
enough money to take a trip.
Start right now by setting aside
a st iulated amount weekly and
when July and August are here
you will have saved sufficient for
any trip you may have planned.
FARMERS AND MECHANICS DANK

not get better dry cleaning, too? Don't forget our
"Cash and Carry" money-saving prices?

LAUNDRY COMPANY
OPEN UNTIL 8 P. M.

Across from the Majestic

WILLIAM

G. LEE, Manager

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JOHN R. AT COLUMBIA
M. C. Bus Passes Door
"A Home Away From Home"

Corner Main and Huron Sis.

330 S. State St.

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Strings . . Supplies
..Repairs . .
for all Musical Instruments
Schaeberle &San
MUSIC HOUSE
110 S. Main St.

OPTICAL
DEPARTMENT
Lenses and Frames made
To Order
Optical Prescriptions
' Filled
HALLERS
State St. Jewelers
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Cheapest Rates in
Town
35c for 2
50c for 2 W5
10c for each additional fare
DIAL 6879
DeLuxe Cab
and Baggage Co.
We maintain 24-hour service

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Spring One Cent Sale
The Only Original
REXALL ONE CENT SALE
All New Rexall Merchandise
Stationery, Candy, Toilet Goods
Rubber Goods and Food Products
Sale Now Going On
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store
208 s. Main Street

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Dr. Merle H. Anderson a
- Reverend Fred Cowin a
I-Reverend Dale Moore -*

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Spring
Vacation
... and
Other Times
When going to Detroit -
and Jackson, too-'Varsity
Students will find our Motor
Coach Service ideally suited
for their travel..

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Your Easter
Adler

Suit and Topcoat are
Collegian & Spartan

here.-

Easter Sunday-next Sunday-will bring out a
lot of Adler Collegian and Sparton Suits and
Topcoats. There won't be any better looking,
more stylish or better quality clothes worn and
the men wearing them will know and appreciate
the fact that they have more than ordinary
clothes value at a reasonable cost.
Make your selection today!
2 PANT SUITS-$35 to $50
TOPCOATS-$30 and $35

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yours when you ride with us.

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