Newman Center UA Scholarships Meriel Rittenhouse
mes-sase. tele-r'-.o-r.d Newman Center Awards Seven UA Scholarships For the second year, scholarships have been awarded to continuing or incoming students at the University of Arizona by the Newman Center Scholarship Committee, said the Rev. .Richard Butler. O.P., dircetor of the Catholic student center. Six of the seven scholarships are made possible through a fund established by the late Miss Kay. Dumphy, a Tucso-nan. The fund is administered by a five-member board. The other scholarship is provided by the Newman Sustaining Board. It was awarded to Kathleen Mersch, a freshman nursing student from Los Angeles. Luis Castillo, 835 N. 6th Ave. a law student, received the graduate student scholarship. And the Indian student Scholarship went to Avcrtano Olivas, a second semester freshman. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fidelio Y. Olivas of m W. Calle Ventura. The three undergraduate scholarships were given to Mary Grace Horley, Kathleen McCahill and Meriel Rittcn-house. Miss Horley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Horley, was graduated from Sal-pointe High School and is in Baptists To Conduct her sophomore year at the University. She is president of the Newman Center Student Union. Miss McCahill, a junior majoring in Spanish, is from Goshen, Ind. Miss Kittenhouse, a junior English major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meriel K. Rittenhou.se of Tucson. The Salpointe senior scholarship award was presented Norcen O'Callaghan, a current graduate of Salpointe High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. O'Callaghan.