At a meeting of the Corporation held recently the Bayard Cutting Fellowship for 1912-1913 was awarded to A. E. R. Boak 2G., of Vancouver, B. C. In 1910 a number of persons gave jointly the sum of $25,000 to endow a fellowship in memory of the late William Bayard Cutting, Jr., '00, of New York, N. Y. The income is $1,150, and the incumbent is to be appointed by the President and Fellows, on the nomination of the department in which the student is working, or with which he is affiliated.
BAYARD CUTTING FELLOWSHIP
Awarded to A. E. R. Boak 2G., by President and Fellows of University.
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