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November 24, 1928 - Image 8

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MICHIGAN

DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1928

MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIENDS OF HOOVER ACCOMPANY
* HIM ON SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR

F"ENCH FE LOW UIPS
OFFERED TO ELIGIBLE
'AMERICAN CANDIDATES

cation, English language and liter-
atrre, geography, geology, history.
law, mathematics, medicine and
surgery, Oriental languages and
literature, philosophy, political:
science, psychology, religion, Ro-'
mance languages and literature,
Semitic languages and literature,
Slavic languages and literature,
sociology, and zoology.

TICKETS & RESERVATIONS
r For All Important
Lake and Ocean Lines
Tours, Cruises
Independent Travel
E. G. Kuebler
Gen.Steamship Agency
S601 E. Huron Ph. 6412
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Want Ads Pay

AWARDS CARRY LARGE
AND PROVIDE FOR
YEAR ABROAD
INCLUDE MANY FIELI

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Among the friends and close a
Hoover who are accompanying him
republics are Henry P. Fletcher, Uni
above; George Akerson, Hoover's s
Barr Baker, New York financier, be
Members of Alpha Nu:
The Fall Initiation Banquet w
at the Michigan Union, at 6:15. Rej
Initiates will meet in the Alph:

" International Institute Announces
Annual Competition For
Foreign Study
V All graduate students and faculty
.memberswho are citizens of the
" ay rUnited State are eligible for Amer-
ican Field Service fellowships in
French universities, it was an-
nounced yesterday at headquarters
of the Romance languages depart-
ment, by Archie M. Palmer, of the
Institute of international educa-
: tion.
Each fellowship will carry a sti-
pend of $1,200 and will be tenable
for one year, with possibility of 1
renewal for a second year if cir-
___ __cumstances are favorable, it was
announced. Applications must be
ssociates of President-elect Herbert in the hands of the secretary for
on his goodwill tour of the southern the Institute not later than Jan. 1,
ted States ambassador to Italy, left, 1929. Blanks may be obtained from
secretary, right, above, and George Palmer at 2 West 45th street, New
low. York City. S
Will Consider Only Men
'ill be held Tuesday, November 27, Only men will be considered as
gent Beal is the speaker. candidates for the fellowships, it
a Nu room at 4:15. was stated. Applicants must either
R. Hutton, be graduates of colleges of recog-
Banquet Committee nized standing or of a professional
school requiring three years of
study for a degree; or if not quali-
struments are requested to appear fled in either of these ways, must
9:00 o'clock, to aid the Sophomore be 24 years of age and must have
spent 5 years in work requiring
E. Trail high technical skill.
Candidates must also satisfy the
committee that they are of suitable
Increased Guard personal qualities, of good moral
Protects Cabinet character and intellectual ability.
It is required that applicants must
(By Associated Press) be able to use French books both
SOFIA, Bulgaria, Nov. 23.-The in general subjects and in their
police guard protecting members own special field, be able to un-
derstand conversational French,
of the cabinet was doubled today and be able to comprehend lec-
in the fear that Ivan Michailoff, tures delivered in French.
leader of the belligerent faction of Set No Age Limit
the Macedonian revolutionary There is no absolute rule as to
party, might carry out threats to age of applicants, it is announced,
march on Sofia with his wild co- but preference will in all cases be
horts and murder certain minis- given to candidates between the
ters he designated by letter. ages of 20 and 30 years.
The entire country was appre- Fellowships are offered in more
hensive lest Bulgaria be plunged than 30 fields of study, including 4
into civil war if Michailoff became agriculture, anthropology, arche- 4
more aggressive. A violent conflict ology, history of art, architecture, 4
between opposing political factions astronomy, biology, botany, chemis-
before the club of the Agrarian ty, classical languages and litera-
party added to the people's fears. ture, criminology, economics, eau-

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