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Scholarship Prize Honors
Lt. Cannon, Dead Hero
Of MidwayIsland Raid
The first Lieutenant George Ham
Cannon Scholarship established by
the Ann Arbor Rotary Club was
granted to William Wheatley, '45,
Established in memory of the first
Ann Arbor University alumnus to give
his life in service of his country, the
scholarship will be continued as a
permanent annual award to out-
standing Ann Arbor students enter-
ing the University. The scholarship
recipients will be selected on the basis
of scholastic achievement and finan-
When told of his award, Wheat-
iey said, "Naturally, I am very su>--
prised. I feel that it's a great honor
and I'm indebted to the Rotary Club
for giving it to me."
Marine Lieutenant Cannon was re-
cently awarded the Congressional
Medal of Honor posthumously. He
died in the defense of Midway Island
against a Japanese raid.
Wheatley was selected for the first
award of the new scholarship by a
Rotary Committee headed by Prof.
A. H. White of the engineering school.
The Cannon Scholarship is one of
several tuition grants made by the
Ann Arbor Rotary Club.
Awarded for only one semester for
the first time,.the Cannon Scholar-
ship will run for a full year in sub-
sequent awards, it was stated yester-
day by Dean S. T. Dana, president of
the Rotary Club. He cited Wheatley
as an outstanding holder of another
Rotary Club Scholarship.
WHO IS IT?
CoPY Is Due
In accordance with time-honored
tradition, Perspectives editors have
advanced the copy deadline for their
coming issue to Saturday, until which
time students may submit original
work of any kind for consideration.
Perspectives offers encouragement
to all students on campus to put into
black and white their favorite ideas,
in their own styles and hand them
in either to the English and engin-
eering English offices or to the maga-
zine's desk in the Student Publica-
Perspectives is more than an end
in itself, too, for meritorious poems,
essays or fiction pieces may find
their way to national competitions
and magazines with resulting honor
and monetary remuneration always
Thus, although Perspectives offers
no rewards but those of personal
prestige and encouragement to stu-
dent writers, it may also serve as an
opening to larger fields.
To Be Sunday
'soijil e1 ' a(ii Ayr d War'
To Be Analyzed In Talk
The Committee To Defend Amer-
ica will present Prof.-Emeritus Wil-
liam H. Hobbs of the geology depart-
ment, who will speak on "South
America and the War," at 4:00 p.m.
Sunday, in the Rackhan I ecture
Recently a delegate from the Car-
negie Endowment for International
Peace to the First Pan-American
Congress for Mining Engineering and
Geology in Santiago, Chile, and also
representing the University's College
of Engineering, Professor Hobbs was
able to observe much of the amazing
political transformations in South
America in her relations with the
United States and the Axis powers.
Professor Hobbs made the journey
by plane to South America, visiting
all but four of the republics and mak-
ing contacts with many residents.
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