4-H Livestock Experts to Compete For Scholarships Expert sheep shearing and judging judg-ing will pay big dividents this fall to 4-H Club members in the form of college scholarships, U. S. Savings Sav-ings Bonds and other prizes, according ac-cording to the National Committee on Boys and Girls Club work. Awards Aw-ards are offered on a national basis in the 4-H sheep shearing program sponsored by Sunbeam Corporation, and the livestock judging jud-ging contest supported by Armour and Company. Both events will take place during the International Internation-al Live Stock Exposition in Chicago. Chi-cago. In sheep shearing the contestants contest-ants will be judged on technique,) quality of workmanship and speed. The top ranking national winner will receive a $300 scholarship, and the second place winner a $150 scholarship. In addition, $50 U.S. Savings Bonds will be given to six red ribbon winners. A specially spe-cially designed 4-H championship belt will be presented to the state dinner. Sunbeam contributes all of the awards. The three divisions in the livestock live-stock judging contest are beef cattle, cat-tle, sheep and swine. To the highest high-est scoring individuals in each: classification will go a $400 scholarship schol-arship provided by Armour.