By the will of the late Mr. Morrill Wyman '77, of Cambridge, recently filed in probate the greater part of an estate valued at $500,000 is bequeathed to the University. After a few private bequests have been provided for, one-half of the residue is left to establish a fund for medical research in the University the sum of $50,000 is also given to the College "for the promotion of good citizenship by the study of republican government," and a further sum of $50,000 will eventually revert to the University.
Large Sum Given to University
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