The University of Michigan this year carries off two of the fonr prize scholarships offered by the American Archeological society. Two of these scholarships are for study at Rome and two for study in Athens. They are much sought after and are granted purely foi meritorious work. It is a remarkable fact that two of the four college gradtiates, out of the many from-all over the country competing, who have secured the scholarships this year are graduates of our own universiy. Another coincidence is that both of the successful scholars had held the Elisha Jones scholarship here. Hcrber F. DeCou gets a scholarship at Athens and Wal ter Denuison gets i scholarship ht Rome.