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UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 1
'GETS $1,000 RESEARCH FUNDI

Madison, Wis., Aug. 1.-A check for

(By Assodiated Press)7
Des Moines, Ia., Aug. 1.-Drake un-
iversity's rise in the golf world is com-
parable only to the sudden plunge in-
to the spotlight enjoyed by Centre col-
lege, Ky., in the realm of football.
Everybody now knows Drake wher-
ever .inter colegiate golf is played.
"Te eCornfed Golfers"who journey-
ed east and journeyed west to show
that Iowa' golf is best, surprised as
well, as. defeated many eastern golf
teams which had, always been led to
supposo that Iowa excelled only in the
production of tall corn and over sized
hogs. .,
Ted Payseur, winner of the individ-
ual championship at Lincoln, Neb., lastl
year, when his team.won the Missouri1
Valley conference title, will not return
to Drake this year. His. conferes,
Bob McKee,. Jim Swick and Francis
Dickinson, will be back, however. New
talent,, notably Ray Peterson, who.
shoots consistently around 78; WilliamI
Peiars, a freshman last year who plays
around 80, and George and WilburI
Sackett, veteran golfers are expected
to assist the. team to new honors next
year.
Last year brought Drake to the very
front rank among intercpllegiate, golf-
ers. The tea'm won .the Missouri Val-
ley and Western Conference champion-
ships and placed third in the National
intercollegiate, at Greenwich, Con., over
Princeton, Williams, Cambridge, Ox-
ford and, other big schools.
,T'his running start was continued
this year when the same team again
won the Missouri Valley champion-
ship. At the opening of the season the
team won the Dral-Illinois dual meet
16 to 4. The cards,,showed an aver-
age of 75 7-8 strokes per man for
the course, . or.. 4 .1-2...strokes better
than the Princeton team which won
the eastern intercollegiate, Francis'
Dickinson with a 71 shot the low s9ore.
EMA GRATTAN TO ADDRESS
1W"XFl' r 9Q TOCIr. f AflC A T nr

Cedar Rapids, Ia., who is teaching in
the college of architecture during the
Summer 'session, will speak. Murza
Mann, '22Ed., will give a whistling
solo.
All women interested in educational
problems are invited.
13 STUDENTS TAKE
SEASHORE'S TESTS
. Thirteen students took Prof. C. E.
Seashore's tests for musical capacity
yesterday afternoon in the Natural Sci-
ence auditorium. The tests, aiming to
show hereditary capacity in sense of
pitch, intensity or sound, sense of time,
consonance and tonal memory, were
conducted by means of scientifically
prepared phonograph records. No al-
lowance was made for previous music-
al training as this training is not
supposed to increase the subject's cap-
acity in these five traits. Scores of
the students varied in different tests,
some reaching an average grade of 98
and 99. y
The tests, in charge of Robert An-
gell, grad., and Dr. C. H. Griffiths, will
be given again at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
AT THE THEATERS
Today-Sereen
Arcade - Eugdne O'Brien in
"Channing of the Northwest";
comedy.
Wuerth-Mable Ballin in "Oth-
er Women's Clothes"; comedy
and news.
Orpheum -- Gareth Hughes in
"The Hunch"; comedy.
This Week-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) -? Bonstelle
company in "Dear Me."

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Wev
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ley, former editor
can newspaper "JR
pelled from the 1
tiis afternoon bee
conviction on the
funds from the Vi
whieh he had orga

profes- $1,000 donated by private subscrib-
garette ers has recently been given to the
gyptian Board of Regents to be applied, on the
a danc-
secur- pharmaceutical research fund of the
y. She course in pharmacy of the University
r some of Wisconsin.
um in Every year for six years this amount
or sev- has been added to the fund. Half. tl.e
interest is used for research work and
laying half is applied to the principal, ac-
Carlo cording to Prof. Edward Kremer, di-
enters. rector of the pharmaceutical station.
Aurned . Besides this supplementary fund,
ne pre- four ,fellowships ark awarded .,each
year for the same purpose. This year
n, who a new fellowship known as the A. M.
mi the Tod'd fellowship of $500, has been add-
rmined ed for, research in some special line,
afflic- The other fellowships are: The Na-
Miss tional Research fellowship, the Frit-
- sche Brothers fellowship, and the Hol-
lister fellowship.

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Sandusky, every day, $2.00 Round trip
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Cedar Point-Fresh water rival to Atlantic City; Large Hot
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Sum

iYMtEA'S EDUA'TIONAL CLUBR
The Women's Educational club will
1hold. its last meeting of the Summer

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In quenching-
thirst it leaves r ?
nothing to be
desired.

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Nights, 25-50-75c-$1
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tin The Whimsical, Fascinating Comedy
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Next Week-"EVERYDAY [Rue
Wednesday -'Thursday
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