Two years ago a fellowship in organio ohemistry and pharmacology was established at the university by Mr. F. K. Stearns, of the drug firrn of F. Stearns & Co. , of Detroit. The amoun-t available for research was 300 a year for two years, and was to be given to a gradnate of the school of pharruaey decided npon by the coinrnittee in charge. J. W. Knox, of Detroit, has had fellowship for the past two years. Prof. J. O. Schlotterbeck, of the school of pharruacy, aunounoed this week that Mr. Stearns had agieed to continue the fellowship for another year at an increase of 50, or $350 in all for the year. It will be known as "the Stearns Fellowship of Phannacognosy," and the work will be under the ditection of Prof. Schlotterbeok.