Max More (
Fri, 13 Dec 1996 19:01:37 -0700 (MST)

If there are students here with libertarian views who want extra scholarship
income, and contact with a fine liberal (classical liberal) organization,
here's some info. If I know you personaly (and like you!) I can make a
personal recommendation. I was a Claude R. Lambe Fellow for several years,
and it made life as a grad student easier...

Max More

>Date: Fri, 13 Dec 1996 15:45:53 -0500
>To: IHS Alumni <>
>From: Gary Leff <>
>The December 31, 1996 deadline for the Institute for Humane Studies9
>HUMANE STUDIES FELLOWSHIPS is fast approaching!!!
>Remember, we plan awarding nearly ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS in
>scholarships to the best classical-liberal students. Don't let anyone
>miss out!
>If you have already responded to our earlier letter asking you to let us
>know of students who might benefit from our academic programs, THANK YOU
>very much for doing so.
>But if you haven9t yet had the chance to recommend students for our
>scholarships (and upcoming summer seminars) now would be the perfect time
>to do it. Just e-mail us a reply to this message with the names and
>addresses of any student you think would benefit from IHS9s programs.
>Don9t forget that if any of the people you recommend come to an IHS
>seminar next year you will receive a $20 gift certificate to Laissez Faire
>Also be sure to pass along our www address where students can obtain
>electronic copies of our applications.
>Or they can call us to obtain a hard copy at 1-800-697-8799.
>Thanks for all your help.
>Collette Ridgeway
>Director, Student Applications
>P.S. In case you need them, here are the official rules to the Laissez
>Faire Books Gift Certificate Offer:
>Official Rules
>1. Offer extended to IHS program alumni, associated faculty, and
>selected campus organization representatives (qualified participants) only.
> Gift certificates in the amount of $20 to Laissez Faire Books will be
>awarded to qualified participants for each student they recommend who
>actually attends an IHS seminar during the summer of 1997. To make a
>recommendation, qualified participants must provide IHS with the name and
>contact information of the student, or the student must refer to the
>qualified participant when student is asked how he or she found out about
>2. Only one gift certificate will be issued per attendee, or
>equivalent award limited to $20 in value per attendee. In the event of
>multiple recommendations for one participant, the first individual to
>recommend the student after September 1, 1996 will be provided with a
>certificate. The Institute may choose to offer consolation prizes to
>subsequent recommenders but is under no obligation to do so. Qualified
>participants may recommend themselves and attend seminars but will not
>receive an award for their own participation. The Institute reserves the
>right to substitute the prize for one of equivalent value. Other conflicts
>will be decided by IHS staff and all decisions are final. Offer ends May
>15, 1997. All awards will be made in August, 1997.
>3. IHS has sole discretion over whether to accept any seminar
>candidate. All rights reserved and void where prohibited by law.
>Employees and Board members of IHS or HSF and their families are ineligible
>for this offer