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Council Offers Scholarships to Those Unable to Pay Term Bill

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In an effort to aid those who were unable to meet last Wednesday's term bill the Student Council has broken tradition and is offering scholarships up to $50 to students who can show need. Ordinarily the Council scholarships are only offered immediately before the term bills are due, but the Council is taking this special action to supplement its recent appeals to the Bursar for time extensions on the bills.

Application blanks for the grants, which will be acted on within the next few days, are available at the Secretary's office in Phillips Brooks House. Honor grades are not a prerequisite to an award.

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