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TWO

FRInAY, JANUARY 11, 1929

THE MICHIGAN

UIVERSITY OF PARIS

POSTS SCHOLARSHIPS'
STUDENTS WHO HAVE FINISHED
FOUR YEARS OF FRENCH
MAY QUALIFY
GIP~ FOR JUNIOR YEAR
New Yor'k University Offers Five
pentield Scholarships And
G raduiiate Fellowships
- everai opportunities for winning
fellowships and scholarships both
here and abroad were announced
yesterday at headquarters of the
Romance languages department
The University of Paris has postcei
a number of scholarships carrying
stipends of $1,000 and $300 for
American students of high collegi-
ate rank to spend their junior year
in, study abroad. To qualify fo
these scholarships, a student mus!
have studied ]French for at least
four years, two of which must havc'
been in college, it is announced.
In addition, the graduate school
of New York university offers a
fellowships in any subject chose>
to recommended graduate stu-
dents. Five $1,000 Penfield scholar-
ships in the fields of diplomacy, in-
ternational affairs, or belles-lettres
are offered by the same instituion.
Arrangements for undergraduate
scholarships at the University of
Paris have been effected through
membership in foreign study groups
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Naturalist SocietyI Two Alumni Awarided Places In Essay Contest Conducted By Clothing Concern Of Chicago
M ksS ulO f i Two uni versity alumni have been Business adm~inistration economics department, who is 4professor Peterson received hi
Prf-. -hi.'U;~It~aadd lcsi h sa Nelson Lee Smith, who took his absent this semester on leave as a A. M. degree here in 1921, and his
Prof A.F. hul, 8, f te. wared lacs i th esay on-doctor of philosophy degree here fellow of the Social Science Re- Ph.D. in 127. He was an in-
zoology department, was elected test conducted recently by Hart;, in 1928, won the second prize of search council, was awarded hon- structor in the department of
vice-president of the American So-j $500 for an essay on "The Fair Rate orable mention for an essay on economics from 1921 to 1927, and
ciety of Naturalists at its meeting Schaffner and Marx on economic of Return in Public Utility Regu- "Economic Aspects of Highway1 received his professorship last
in New York City, December 29, subjects, it was announced yester- lation."ye.
1928 itwasannunce yeteray.day at the offices of the School of Prof. George S. Peterson, of the Delomn.
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society in the country, having been iftit161i ltiIII{!t{1{IIIIIII1 IIIIIIItt~t11ttitiIIt11~iIIIIt-
first organized in 1883. It has been - '
the parent of many other biological
societies devoted t special fields ''1 YOijRf
which have branched out from it ® JjL j.:a aiu ie.AttepeetWG
time, its chief interests havc been 1..,A. I( 0 0 ~ ~lU ~oieinA pa
field, of biology which stands at he____________--__________
foundation of the entire sciencc.E Person at Michigan An
Prof. Shull has been author agd -t
co-author of several books and has Luncheon . . 11:30 t 1:30
contributed numerous articles lea-
tui especially sex determination Dinr .* 5:0to73
here ityand evolutioni. -
which have been. established by a
large number of Amierican. colleg.e . t-2c
Many advantages are to be se- u d sDne
cured by students who are able to!W.x
take advantage of this opportuzniy = upper . .. . 5:0to 8
to spend their junior year in I
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SH.UBERT
LAFAYETTE
Pauline Frederick
(Herself)
"THE SCARLET WOMAN"
Nights 50c to $2.50; Thursday
and Saturday Mats. 50c to $1.50

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ISome Mnreared Hr,
But All Men Loved Hier! f Cu
TODAY AND SATURDAY
She scorned all men! The crack
of her whip shrieked a war noteE
Presented that all men. understood-but one
by mant heard it echo a song of love.
ROBERT Here is a symphony of emotions
KANE biended into a dramatic n aster
story by piece by three--re~it stlt~s!
Forrest
Halsey
and Leland
Hayward
Esel alor -Anitonio Moreno - Lowell Sherman

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TODAY?
riot her Big Anniversary
-Show
EL.
and
FLO BERT'
ina
"Beau Night"
EDITH BURR
DAVIS and DAWN
in
"REVUE UNUSUAL"
with
GLORIA. LEE
and
N 'HORMAN BROTHERS
ANGEL BROS.
Unrivaled Balancers"
[nventors of The Ladder Stand
'and
[he. Only Athletes Performing It
--On the Screen

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El Brendel, famous Swedish comedian, has been engaged by
the Michigan theater management to bring his laug -provoking
talents to Ann Arbor Thursday for the remainder o the week.
Brendel, who will appear in the local engagement with Fla Bert,
is known to screen fans for his work in several Paramount farces
and for the coniedy role lie played ini the picture "Wings."
Hlis appearance in Ann1Arbor will be in connection with the
special anniversary shows the Mrichigan. is presenting this week.

"1ANNAPOLls"
A tensely dramatic appealing story
of two American middies and a girl,
packed with action and thrills--a pic-
ture that will long linger in the mem-
ory of all who see it!
Other Michigan Features
Including
News and Comedy

NEXT SUNDAY-JACK NORWORT IN PERSON'j

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