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U' Awarded
do Pont Prize
Fellowship of $750
Given in Chemistry
The University received news last
week that it has been awarded a
postgraduate fellowship in chemistry
for the year 1943-44 by-E. I. du Pont
;ie Nemours & Co.
Appointment to the Fellowship,
which is worth- $750, Will be made
later in the year by Prof. C. S.
Schoepfle, chairman of the Chemistry
department.
The fellowship is one of 22 post-
graduate awards made to American
universities this year by the du Pont
corporation.
Originally only men were consid-
ered for the awards, but a recent de-
cision by the. Fellowship Committee
recommended that women be ad-
mitted to candidacy on the same
basis.

MIDYEAR EXERCISES:
Prof. Bryson Says Graduates
Will Have World to Reconstruct

CLASSIFIEDADVERTISING

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that - the great objects for which

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43, and in whose honor the Mid-Year
Graduation Exercises of Jan. 23, 1943,
are held.
"Your presence here is evidence
that the great majority of your num-
bers have participated in the .Uni-
versity's accelerated program, and
that your purpose has been the
patriotic one of fitting yourselves,
through education, to give promptly
the greatest possible service to our
nation at war. We are well aware
that this has meant real sacrifice and
much voluntarily added labor, and
today's exercises are intended to give
public expression to these views.
"Most of you are leaving the Uni-
versity to take your places in govern-
ment service or war industry. We
think it appropriate to remind you

America is fighting-individual lib-
erty, the right of self-government,
the right of free speech, and free-
dom of worship, the security of home-
life, and a world-spirit unsullied by
barbarism-are far from being ma-
terial, but are precisely the ideals+
for which this University stands and
toward which its instruction is now
and always will be directed. As you
pass into the ranks of Michigan
alumni you still remain members of
the University family; and we urge
you not, to let these ideals, nor your
faith in the things of the spirit, be-
come dimmed or lost.
Alexander G. Ruthven."
Degree candidates will receive their
diplomas upon successful completion
of all requirements. They will be
mailed to graduates.

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English 32, Sec. 8; 206 S.W.
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German 36,,Sec. 1; 3056 N.S.
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Japanese 150; 10 & 3 o'clock see-
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.Mathematics 7, Sec. 2; 2054 N.S.
Mathematics 9; 3011 A.H.
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