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Arizona sentinel Yuma southwest. [volume] (Yuma, Ariz.) 1915-1916, June 10, 1915, Image 5

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10 OBSERVE SEW
Everett P. Teasdale, who lias re
ceived credentials as a member of the
Yuma Project Cost Review Board, has
in that connection just to hand the
following instructions:
Department of the Interior United
States Reclamation Service, eng
Route, El Paso, Texas, June 4, 1915.
Members of Boards of Review:
Your appointment from the secre
tary of the interior as member of the
board of review is of the character
which requires reports to be made to
him only and that no information nor
interviews concerning the work of the
Board of Review should be made pub
lic nor copies be sent by you to other
local boards except through him.
Secretary Lane requests that you
act accordingly.
Yours truly,
A. P. DAVIS.
Director and Chief Engineer.
persons, residents of the county, be
tween the ages of sixteen and twenty
two, graduates of the Union High
School
Any persons wishing to take this
examination should make application
to the county superintendent very
promptly.
I ' C. LOUISE BOEHRINGER,
County Superintendent of Schools
"hi io m
ONE HUNDRED YEAMS"
To which Mr. Teasdale has made re
ply as follows:
Yuma, Ariz., June 8, 1915.
A. P." Davis, Director and Engineer
U. S. Reclamation Service,
Washington, D. C.
Your instructions, June 4, eng route
El Paso, Texas, members of boazd of
review, relative to dissemination of
the information, or interviews in the
furnishing of reports to other local
boards except through the secretary,
which is made at his request duly re
ceived, and same will be followed.
Yours truly,
EVERETT P. TEASDALE,
Member Board of Cost Review, Yuma
Project, California.
YUMA Ell
ill!
Examinations for a county scholar
ship at the University of Arizona will
be given in the office of the County
Superintendent of schools, the last
Saturday in June (June 2Gth).
The University requires that candi
dates for county scholarships be ex
amined in but five subjects: 1 Eng
lish 2 Algebra, 3 Science (Agricul
ture, Botany, Zoology, Physical Geog
raphy or Chemistry) ; and two sub
jects selected from the following: 4
History (American History and Civics,
European- History or Ancient His
tory) ; 5 Foreign Language. (Latin,
'French, German, Spanish) or Plane
Geomethy, or a second science.
The student making the highest av
erage in this examination becomes the
winner of the count- scholarship. And
this scholarship entitles the holder to
One Hundred Fifty dollars ($150.00),
which shall be used by the holder for
tuition, room and board at the Univer
sity of Arizona during the academic
year following the award. Should the
holder fail to accept the scholarship
others passing the examination may
be appointed in the order of excel
lence. The examination is open only to
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