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THE CRIGAN DAILY

AN BOOK F

IZES'

cad Winners Announced

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nual winners of the Or-
Scott Freshman Prizes
iounced yesterday byj
Men Walter B. Rea,
of the Committee on
Scholarships.
an students whose aca-
formance during their,
ster on campus placed!
he top ten per cent of
s are awarded a book
he University seal.
ards will be presented to
rs at a special convoca-
ay 9. The Oreon E. Scott
n was established in
an endowment of $500,-
which the University
'unds,
ttending the University,
lished the first student
and the first annual is-
University law class. He'
d as president of his
and of the -University
t. Louis.
ig is a list of the 282
who will receive 'the
sted by schools and col-

A Design
s, Dwight
Kennedy,
i Nutting,
SSemeyn,
and Mary

penter, Charles Carson, George Chaniot
Jr., John Charters.
Margaret Childs, Gordon Clark, Janet
Conrad, Ann Cooperstock, Camilla Cox,
William Cox, Mary Craig, Sally Cross,
Robert Crowder, Joseph Dassin, Eugene
Davidson, Richard Denise, Susan Dep.o
Books List ed
Following is the list of books
from which the Freshman Prize
winners may choose their
award:
Bartholomew, John, The Co-
lumbus Atlas, or Regional Atlas'
of the World
Bartlett, John, Familiar Quo-
tations
Berenson, Bernard, The Ital-
Ian Painters of the Renaissance
Courant, Richard, What is
Mathematics? An Elementary
Approach to Ideas and Meth-
ods
Dostoevski, Feodor, Crime
and Punishment
Eddington, Sir A. S., The
Nature of the Physical World
Einstein, Albert and Infeld,
Albert, The Evolution of Plys-
ics: the Growth of Ideas from
Early Concepts to Relativity
and Quanta
t Eliot, Thomas Stearns, The
Complete Poems and Plays
Faulkner, William, The Col-
lected Stories
Gassner, John, T easury of
the Theatre
Giedion, . Siegfried, Space
Time and Ar1hitecture: The.
Growth of a New Tradition
Gombrich, Ernst, Story of Art'
Oates, Whitney J. and
O'Neill, Eugene, Jr., The Com-
plete Greek Drama
Sandburg, Carl, Abraham
Lincoln, The Prairie Years and
the War Years
Santayana, George, Life of:
Reason
Tolstoi, Leo, War and Peace
Tovey, Donald F., The Main
Streams of Music and Other.
Essays
Toynbee, Arnold J., A Study
of History: Abridgement of
Vols. I-VI by D. C. Somervell
Untermeyer, Louis, Modern
American Poetry and Modern
British Poetry

Drucills Dexter, Walter Dishell, Gail
Doherty, Joseph Druker, Nancy Eames,
David Ebdon, Sharon Edwards, Carol
Falk, Mary Fenn, Donald Fine, Stanley
Fineman, Fern Fishman, Susan Frei-
man, Carol Furtsch, Frederick Gibson,
Peter Gottschalk.
Linda Greenberg, Hermine Greene,
Donald Grons, Steven Gronner, Wendy
Gross, Robert Gunn, Gary Gussin, Su-
san Habib, Leonard Harding, Tyler
Hartwell, Cynthia Hartwig, Jane Hen-
shaw, Sherry Herman, Phyllis Herrick.
Robert Holm, Margaret Hoshel, Judith
Jacobs, Loin Jenkins,, Norman Jensen,
Mary Johns, Jack Jokipil, James Jones,
Linda Kanner, Paula Keizer, Katha-
rine Kilgour, Sharon Knauf, Oleh Kos-
tetsky, Sandra Kramer, James LaPaim,
EnidLappin, Phyllis Levine, Rosalie
Lonergan, Judith Lousma.
Nan Markel, Barbara May, Jane Mc-
Carthy, Tyrone McConnell, John Mc-
Kinney, Charles McLaughlin, Susan
McMullan, Herbert Meyers, Janet Mil-
ler, Michael Miller, Samuel Miller, Leigh
Mintz, Marjorie Moran, Bernhard Mul-
ler.
Sally Jo Nelson, Gerald Newsom, Bar-
bars Niehaus, Sharon Novak, Julia
Nowlin, Barbara Nudelman, Mary Of--
floe, Richard Parmelee, Benjamin Pea-
cock, Ellen Pearson, Jean \Pelcman,
Walter Pence, Arthur Plaxton, Richard
Pollinger, Ronie Posner, Michael Rat-
Lerman. .
Emmagene Reisig, Betty Rittenberg,
Melvin Rosen, Sidney Rosenberg, Jean
Ross, Laurie Ross, RichardRo sman,
James- Ryan, Rosalee Sader, Karen
Shek, Elsie Lee Saranow, Judith Sat-
tler, Elaine Schankerman, Marsha
Schlachter, Klaus Schmiegel, Tamara
Bchnitzler .
Frank, schober, Roger Sessonwein,
Joel Shere, Barbara Shlfe, John Simon;
Dan Slobin, Frederick Slocum, Constan-
tin Sousanis, Jackson Steffes, Jack
Stevens, Jane Stick, Marcia Stillman,
Beverly Stone, Florence Stow, William
Swenuurth, Jane Thompson, Joyce Tol-
hurst, Janet Trautweirt.
John Ursu, Clifford Venier, Sue Ann
Walker, Sharon Wall, Christo Wasiutyn-
ski, Robert Watling, Enid Weisband,
Sheila Weisberg, Barbara West, Grant
Westenfelder, Thomas Westerda 1e,
Charles Westover, Dorothy Wilson, Su-
san Winter, Richard Wyatt, Hugh Wite-
meyer, and Linda Zuckerman.
School of NMuisic
Stuart Cohen, Leah Gretzler, Judith
Hanelin, William Hettrick, Karen Kli-
pee, Margaret Spleet and Sandra Wil-
son.
School of lturshig
Donna Arduin, Patricia Baesch, Car-
olyn Beal, Gretchen Bohlander, Marga-
ret Deeter, Linda Hiratsuka, Kathleen
Hodgman, Marian Johnson, Kaye Kirs-
ten, Sharon Mail, Anne Peterson, Su-
zanne Pringle, Jo Ricciardi, Linda Rice,
Ellen Sacharow, Linda Vance and Mar-
cia Harner.
School of Pharmacy
Earnest Knight, Jerry McLaughlin
and Gerald Penner.

Rosa Welch
ToLecture
Rosa Page Welch, singer and
lecturer, will be the guest speaker
at the Congregational and Dis-
ciples Guild at 7 p.m. today in the
Memorial Christian Church.
Mrs. Welch has recently return-
ed from a trip around\the world,
representing the Protestant
Churches of America.
A member of the National Chris-
tian Missionary Convention of the
Disciples of Christ and Vice-Presi-
dent of the United Church Women;,
she received the annual award of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews for distinguished
service in the cause of brotherhood,
in 1951.r
Born in Mississippi, Mrs.=Welch
was graduated from the Southern
Christian Institute. She has stud-
ied with Alexander Nakutin and
B. Fred Wise.

(Continued on Page 6)
Wed., Thurs, and FrL., March 12, 13,
and 14
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Research, Development, design, produc-
tion, sales, Plant:.& Industrial Design.
Will return March 26 and 27 to inter-
view for summir placement.
For appointments, contact the Engi-
neering Placement Office, 347 W. Engrg.,
ext. 2182,
PERSONNEL REQUESTS
CAMP FIRE GIRLS, INC., N.Y. City
has openings for women to be field di-
rectors. A bachelor's degree is required
and an academic background in sociol-
ogy, psychology, education recreatio.n
and physical education, pre-social work
and other related fields.
GIRL SCOUTS OF AMERICA, N.Y.
City has need of a director of the Edith
Macy Training School which trains girls
for leadership positions in the Girl
Scouts. For four months of the year,
her job is in a camp setting. MAin So-

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Would prefer a man who has majored
in advertising and sales promotion and
who has had some training in for-
eign trade.
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Federal Examination Announcements
for Agricultural Marketing Specialists,
Agricultural Market Reporter, Aircraft
Trades Positions, Personnel, Adminis-
trative, and Supply Positions, Physical
Science and Engineering Aides, Patent
Examiner.
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sauer and Patricia Spel-.
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lerson, Thomas Atkins,
arl Bartscht, John Ben-
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erald Schmitt,
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ty, he will present a
luding classical music
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Venice, Mantovani
igland as a child, and
career in London. His
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corded an album of
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poser, he has written
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Classes (of course)
Dates (notch)
And atrench coat to wear to both.
Wear it for rain, wear it for shine.

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