The executive board of the Class of 1921 has decided to award a Memorial Scholarship to a member of the Freshman Class. This continues the custom set by the 1919 Sophomore class of awarding a Memorial Scholarship to a Freshman out of the fund in the class treasury.
The award is made to that member of the Freshman class who in the opinion of the class officers has done the most for his preparatory school, the decision being based on grounds of general excellence, taking into consideration, studies, athletics and other activities. The award continues throughout the four college years or until the recipient's graduation.
Winner Will be Made Known Soon.
The scholarship of the Class of 1919 was given to F. K. Bullard '20, and that of the Class of 1920, to J. A. Sessions '21. The recipient of the 1921 Memorial Scholarship will be announced at a meeting of the Freshman class which will be held in the near future.