and no person is disqualified on ac-WRnINuO
FELLOWSHIPS OFFEREi MEDIOS count of his or her medical or religious IE1 1J IP fElL I' OF
Medical Studentso Foreign Birth Are These ocholarships should interest IL NI STANoff VEQE
toCz Awards are made on the basis of per-
oonal record and insportance of re- Says Robinson; Maintais That Uini
Application blanks for the Belt Me- search work proposed. The complete versity Will Not Become And Supplies
morial fellowships for medical re- information regarding this opportunity Graduate Institution
search, from Picadilly, London, have may be obtained from Miss Chapman
been received by the graduate office. at the graduate office. Prof. E. E. Robinson, of Leland
Ten of these fellowships are to be Stanford, Jr., University, teaching his-
awarded on or before January 1, 1917. ANNUAL TRAVEL MAGAZINE tory here this summer, tates that Le-
Applications must be received by Octo- land Stanford is not becoming pri- Students' Bookstore
ber 1, 1916. The latest contribution to the litera- maily a graduate school similar toS nWMANAGEMENT
The competition is open to any per- ture of travel is the 250-page book is- the Universities of Chicago and Co-
son of European descent by both par- sued by the D. & C. line. It contains lumbia, contradictory to the conception
ents without restriction as to nation- detailed description of new steamer here. "Stanford will probably never
ality, who at the date of election has City of Detroit III, several interesting be a graduate school," he says, "any MEN ENTRAIN FOR PLATTSBURGCd
taken a degree in any university in the stories and is beautifully illustrated more than will the University of Cali-
British empire approved by the trus- with fine halftones of scenes along the fornia. Easterners no doubt get this Deroit, Huh., Aug. 10.-Seventy-five
tees, or who, if a female, has passed D. & C. Coast Lie to Mackinac. Sent idea from the fact that Stanford re- Detroit men with thirty men from THURSDAY
aexmntowhcwolhaee-anywhere upon receipt of ten cents to 2:00 to ':00 o'clock-at HomeMrs
an examination which would have en- Gnweeuo eep ftncnst ently has been taking students with other Michigan cities, left Wednesday 30 o50 'lc-a oeMs
titled her, if a mae, to take any such prepay postage'w er njno olgseswee feno i h ovrn xrs E. L. Gates, acting Dean of Women
two years in junior colleges elsewhere, afternoon via the Wolverine Express
degree. Address: Dept. W, D. & C. Naviga- and giving them junior rating; or from to attend tic fourth Citiceis Military and residents of Newberry Resi-
There are no restrictions as to age, tion Co., Detroit. the fact that western high schools are Training camp at PittsMlr y dence, Newberry Residence.
nowrasking catmpiatteachessone year..5:00 o'clock-The Child and the Com-
ow askin of their teachers one year Applications from 11men had been " Th C
of post graduate work, which work has nceived but owing i unity," Mrs. W. I. Thomas, of Chi-
to be taken at Stanford, making the receivto presink busi- cags, auditorium Natural Science
c e e r . ess affairs, sickness, tts., many of buildin
I - course seem a five-year curriculum. .ui.ding
"hthese were unable to join the party. 1.00 o'clock-Educational Moving Pic-
" twesternhigh schools more efficient It is expected that about 110 mn n tures, Natural Science auditorium.
I westernMhighgschools moreuefficient
- than those of the middle west and rum Michigan will be mustered in FRIDAY
those of the east? Well, they are pretty at roll call at Plattsburg Friday 5 p. .-"Society and the Woman in
, good," stated the professor. "And morning. Many have gone ahead eith- Industry", Mrs. W. I. Thomas. Na-
after the fifth year of university work, c by train or motor car and several turial Science Auditorium.
the teachers receive higher salaries ciii be a dsy or two late in arriving. 8 p. m.-"Peter and Paul in Rome"
t- than they do here. The living ex- The following men are from cities(Illustrated), Prof. F. W. Kesey
penses are no greater in California and towns outsidt of Detroit' Pitr- Natural Science Auditorium.
- than they are here. Hence there is son Hoffman, Adrian; J. W. Bradshaw,
certainly a financial gain. But in the Ann Arbor; R. S. Tucker, Ann Arbor; "YOUR RAILROAD ROUTING
Sc 11 C mI y er C ru1smountainsexpenses are very high." Paul A. Mart, atte Creek Wil- CHANGED AND A WATER
________rru h lans R. Wells, Bay City; Ray Johnson, ' TRIP ARRANGED"
Dearborn; M. R. Dolphin, Grand Rap- 0 R A AG
100 Mile Daylight Round Trip to Wallaceburg ids; John Caldwell Holt, Grand Rap-
Drop care-banIsh worry-Come with us and be happy on the rust wonderful one day Journey on Vds;Roet K.Jfrdn",brandRapD .LaeLn Acps ala
the akes, through winding rivers, swift channels, greeshaded wave washed shores. Interesting ids; Robert . Jardine, Grand apid;Tickets
iMdan vilages-there's variey each instant throughout the trip. TStanley A. Lasko, Grand Rapids; Gle
Real Romance Staunch Steamer MacDonald, Grand Rapids; W. H. Mey- All clasoes of tickets reading via the
Therou Iithrough Lake St. Round"TripFaresOhrttOssuii y ase oniHalDs the booty-man 'll get you if you er, Grand Rapids; H. F. Stanton, Michigan Central, Wabash and Grand
Clir, U. S. hp Cnal, thoug' From Deroit o rpl .rpc'iy otis roux. Mcia etaWbs n rn
CPlan, U.. Ci, hr.ops Week -r rovied w ith plenty of deck don't watch out." Have a care, friend, Grosse Ile; Silas J. McGregor, Iron Trunk Railways between Detroit,
ceart (Ah, ion chanel nd Days - 7 Mn ,in o n.de and don't go out unarmed these days, Mountain; f. F. LaCruix, Ishpeming; Cleveland and Buffalo in either direc-
sUde . Sun-sdec,;womenscainonsamedeck for the campus is verily infested, and S. M. Schram, Jackson; J. F. Cham- tion are available for transportation
Theearyinidontsoftdiscovery days with maid inconstntaendance. with that most feared of all enemies,-- bers, Marquette; Harry R. Fox, Mar- on D. & C. Daily Line Steamers. This
astentlo ti InianJoo Holidays $1.00 Srve-slflunhcne.d lsAo
Cntrypsent cotinual a ohdr ysg$ d " hs" f alsylo,'.^ n the book agent. Worse than beggars, quette; Josph C. Gannon, Marquette; arrangement enables the travelers be-
othentraveler. dincgris.T75. more persistent tha newsboys, yea, Charles J. Johnson, Marquette; M. W tween eastern and western states to
TIME TABLE (Daily except Maondlys) Eastern Time even more inevitable than the swarm- Jopling, Marquette; A. T. Roberts, forsake the hot, dusty cars and enjoy
Lave Detroit --OO... Leve eWafaclrg . 8:505P. M.
LmoavWalpeIsIand 121P. M. rovn' Op:os - .000 P. M. ing taggers of tag day, they are wait- Marquette; U. L. Sherman, Marquette; the delights of a cool night's rest en
LaoxoAlgo c . - 12:85 P. . Leo 0010.10 se tod .- - 5.15 P. M.
A1.Wlcebur'g 2:00 P.rM. Arv Derft d 8:0 P.-M. ing for you, unsuspecting and innocent E. S. Leavenworth, Olivet; C. P. Quinn, route. Send two cent stamp for book-
*Stop Walpolsllad, sgna only. Nasenger,' ks et wn DetroistandAegonac. reader, so turn up your collar, and Saginaw; W. C. Smith, Saginaw. let and Great Lakes Map.
DETROIT-WALLACEBURG STEAMSHIP LINE and slouch into
DockP:s. r ismctad":I 'ut-A'sa... u: .s an.:O r ne x.wl HoekScpull down your hat,aisluhnt __________ Address Dept. R.
H. a. SMITH. nMg oruJ HNc c aNAs" 5Inlw s" ck At. your classrooms by the least conspic- Detroit & Cleveland Naviration Co.,
0uous door. For once tapped, always Patronize Wolverine Advertisers. Detroit, Mich.
TVTTLE'S COUSINS& HALL 'IWO ITS FROf RACH "DOROE" The Farmers & Mechanics Bank HUSTON BROS.
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} ,N i 1 Corner Huron 33 So. State S.
LVNCHES and SODAS 1002 S. UNIVERSITY AVE. "Two hits please." What for? Why ro.CIGARS AND CANDY
338 i0. STATE STREET Both Phoneso lt5 Ann Arbor, Mich. to buy a water cooler to be installed 1" 1 T11 BA1 K Ith EVm titKt 1 EE1 We Try to Treat You Right"
at Newberry lResidence. This is the__
modest request, and reply that is be-
ing made, and given by Margaret
Crockett, chairman of the committee
to collect the necessary funds to buy
NO W O 1J S ALjE [Cthe cooler, which is to be installed of the
L" between the second and third floor.
At the house meeting held last night 7 pM i
the girls voted to leave something ii
suggested as muost likely of being up-
precated by the future students. Also-
new proctors were elected. 1st floor, IS NOW READY
luorothy vTowle; -d floor, Inez Cas-
well, Grace Chapel; 3rd, Edna John-
T HE ston, Lena DeWaters; 4th, Ethelyn Complete information concerning the eight Colleges
Hearst and Signe Hamilton. and Schools:
1o-LITERATURE, SCIENCE AND THE ARTS,
WILSON D E F E N V S SECREC ENGINEERING, MEDICINE, LAW, PHAR-
NYork, Aug. .--The Natial MACY, HOMEOPATHY, DENT I ST RY,
Civic Service Reform league mad
publ riceodyueorme uresde GRADUATE, AND THE SUM MER SESSION
D R E C OY pubic today some recent correson-
dence between the league, the federal
civil service commission, and Presi- Special Courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work,
dent Wilson in regard to examination Landscape Design, I-Jigher Commercial Education,
of fourth-case postmaster under aim ncluding Railway Administration and Insurance,
executive s rder of May 7, 1913. The Architecture, Conservation Engineering, Education
commission has refused to ao the (affiliated with Ann Arbor Schools for Observation
access to the formal records of Study), and a Course for those preparing for the
C-league scientific administration of departments of sanita
this examination, which involved near- tion and public health.
ly 50,000 postmasters.
So far the president has sustained
® ~the commission's ruling. The league For Copy of Catalogue, Special Annuncement, o
declares that this is the first time in Individual Information, address
its existence that information as to the
public administrative work ofthe fed- The Dean of the School or College in which interested, or
eral commission has been denied to
Sheehan's Wahr's it, except during a short period in the SHIRLEY. V W . SM ITH
yer 1190, Secretary University Ann Arbor, Mich.
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