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PAGE TWO
Scholarships
Are Awarded.
M. B. Bemis, E. E. West
Given $500 Stipends
First recipients of the Emma M.
and Florence L. Abbot scholarships
are Muriel B. Bemis, '43, of Woburn,
Mass., and Evelyn E. West, '43, of
Sparta, it was announced yesterday
by. the University scholarship com-
mittee.
The scholarships, carrying a sti-
pend of $500 each, were established in
1940 by bequest of the late Florence
L. Abbot of Chicago, Ill., Ph.B., '99.
Miss Abbot's will prescribes that
the recipients of the scholarships'
shall be Caucasian, Protestant fe-
males of American parentage need-
ing financial assistance. Recipients
must have been in residence for at
least one semester.

THE M I C H I GAN )D AI LY

SUNDAY, APRIL 27, 1941

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Community Forum To Be Held

Rotarians To Met Here Today
For Annmal istrict Convention

The last forum of the series of Annf
Arbor Community Forums will be
held at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Pat-
tengill Auditorium. The topic to be,
discussed will be "Can Civil Liberties
Be Preserved in a Time of National,
Emergency?"
Serving on the panel jury will bei
Prof. John L. Brumm of the journal-
ism department, chairman; Reverend
Henry Lewis, President of the Minis-,

terial Association; Edith M. Bader,
assistant superintendent of schools;
Prnf THarnld M D~r of tha nlitirl {

£iild wi1I Rededicate Memorial Chapel
The memorial chapel dedicated to of the Hobart Guild to provide a
the Rt. Rev. Charles David Williams. chapel in Harris Hall, and, upon his
a former Bishop of Michigan, will be sudden death that year, it was decid-
rededicated by the Episcopal Student ed to make the chapel a memorial to
Guild at 8 p.m. today in the Harris him. Mrs. Charles D. Williams, widow
Hall Chapel. of the Bishop, will attend the ser-
Bishop Williams had in 1923 in- vice and will be guest of honor at the
terested himself greatly in the plans 1 reception to follow.

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science department; Prof. John W. Chapter delegates from 54 Rotary aiam Building. A reception will be
sciene, dreprm : BPr. Jon- clubs in the 153rd district will as- held for the delegates at the home
Riegel, director of the Bureau of In- i.semble in Ann Arbor today for their of Dr. Ruthven at 4-6 p.m. In addi-
dustrial Relations; Willis Player, edi- fourth annual district convention. tion to the Governor's talk at the
torial writer of the Ann Arbor baily More than 300 Rotarians and their -- ---_ - -
News, and Chief of Police Norman wives are expected t. attend the sos-
Cook. sions which will be held tomorrow
The forum will be open to the pub- and Tuesday. Highlight of the con-
lic, and all attending are invited to clave will be the greeting tomorrow
join in the discussion. by Gov. Murray D. Van Wagoner at
the conference banquet in the Union,
Proceedings will begin today with
the district governor's reception at
DUVERTISING~ the League at 5 p.m. After supper at
the League the guests will hear a
concert by the University Little Sym-
phony Orchestra in the League Ball-
MISCELLANEOUS Dean Samuel T. Dana, vice-presi-
dent of the Ann Arbor chapter and
THESIS BINDING-Mimeographing.-general chairman of the conference.
Brumfield & Brumfield, 308 S. will preside over the first general ses-
State. 19c sion at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in the
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL- Rackham Building. Rev. Fred Cow-
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles, in, pastor of the Church of Christ!
Killins Gravel Company, phone will read the invocation and Prof.
7112. 5c Leigh J. Young, mayor, will give a
Iwelcoming address. Other speakers
FOR RENT vWill be Shirley Smith, University vice-

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HELP WANTED
WANTED-A cook for week-ends for
family of adults. Either man or
woman. Call 2-2916. 348
YOUNG WOMAN WANTED-To op-
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sity graduate, under 30 preferred.
Apply at Follett's Michigan Book
Store between 9 and 11 a.m. 345
WANTED TO RENT -6
ROOMS WANTED for high school
girls for nights of May 1 and 2 at
75c per night per girl-Phone 4.121,
Extension 485 or mail card to 213
Haven Hall. 346,
WANTED TO BUY -4
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LOST and FOUND
LOST-Small black memorandum
book in or near the Michigan
League. Please call League or
2-3251. 349
LOST-Waltham wrist watch be-
tween Allenel and Michigan Thea-
tre, Friday night. Reward. Robert
Elmer, 1928 Geddes. 351
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Phone 6764 350

president, and Prof. Bennett Weaver, I
president of the host club.
At 12:15 p.m. the Rotarianzs will
attend a luncheon at the Union where GO. VANWAGONER
they will be addressed by Albert
Culton of Saskatoon, Canada. At banquet which will begin at 6:30 p.m.
the same time their wives will hear in the Union, a speech will also be
singing by the A Capella choir of Ann given by Col. George A. Drew of
Arbor High School and a speech by Toronto, Canada.
Prof. Howard Keniston. at the j University Students will give ath-
League. letic exhibitions during the intermis-
Group discussion assemblies are sion of the district governor's ball.
scheduled for 2:30 p.m. at the Rack- The dance will begin at 9:30 p.m.
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