FORTY-ONE SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED IN LAW SCHOOL
Students From 31 Colleges Named--Engineering School, Graduate School of Education and School of Landscape Architecture Also Make Awards
Forty-one prizes and scholarships have been awarded by the Law School to students from 31 colleges. Two scholarships have also been awarded in the Engineering School, as well as two Austin Scholarships, one in the Graduate School of Education, and the other in the School of Landscape Architecture, and one University scholarship, according to an announcement yesterday.
The Sears prizes of $400 each for the most brilliant work done in the School by any student, irrespective of financial need, have been awarded to Samuel Henry Masion 3L. of Minneapolis, Minn. (Minnesota '20); James Mount Nicely 3L. of Muncie, Ind. (University of Chicago '20); Roger Sherman Foster 2L. of St. Paul, Minn (Yale '21); and Warren Stilson Ege 2L. of Omaha, Neb. (Dartmouth '21).
Charles Stuart Hedden 3L. of Newark, N. J. (Wesleyan '19) has been awarded the Fay scholarship; Malcolm Pitman Sharp 3L. of Madison, Wis. (Amherst '18), the Fisher scholarship; Nathan Ross Margold 3L. of Brooklyn, N. Y. (College of the City of New York '19), the Langdell scholarship; Milton Earl Newcomer '21 of Alliance, Ohio (Mt. Union '20), the Jenks scholarship; and O. K. Patton 1G.L. of Iowa City, Ia. (University of Iowa '12), a research scholarship.
Emmons scholarships have been assigned to Charles L. Nichols of Brevard, N. C. (University of North Carolina '22); and E. Wiltshire of Richmond, Va. (University of Virginia '19), to enable them to do graduate work in the study of law. Theodore Frank Thomas Plucknett Sp.L. of Stafford, Eng. (University of London '17), who last year held the Choate fellowship, has been awarded the Pugsley scholarship.
Faculty scholarships have been awarded to 29 men, as follows:
Edward Berman 3L of Lewiston, Me. (Bowdoin '20), Harold Fisch Birnbaum 3L of Denver, Colo. (University of Colorado '20), Ambrose Ely Chambers 3L of Booneville, Mo. (University of Missouri '14). Fletcher Gans Cohn 3L of Memphis, Tenn. (University of Wisconsin '20), Fred Clinton Cronkite 3L of Centreville; N. B. (University of New Brunswick '16), Wellington Shelton Crouse 2L of Brooklyn, N. Y. (Princeton '20), Warren Maynard Driver Jr. 3L of Govans, Md. (Johns Hopkins '20), Robert Ephraim Eckstein 3L of Norwood, N. J. (Harvard '20), Edward Feldman 2L of Pittsfield (New York University), Arthur Tolliver George 3L of San Jose, Calif. (Leland Stanford '20), Thomas Palmer Helmey 2L of Garretson, S. D. (University of Minnesota '21), W. Hoffman 3L of Stege, Calif. (University of California '20), Ernest Ashley Jenkes 3L of Providence, R. I. (Brown '20), Saul Lance 3L of Brooklyn, N. Y. (College of the City of New York '20), John Henry Lewin of Parkton, Md. (Johns Hopkins '20), Paul Duryea Miller 2L of East Chicago, Ind. (Northwestern '21), David Eli Lilienthal 3L of Winamac, Ind. (DePauw '20), Archibald William Mitchell 3L of Worcester (Clark '18), Milton Earl Newcomer 3L of Alliance, Ohio (Mt. Union '20), Anderson Ashley Owen 2L of Chicago, Ill. (University of Chicago '21), Edward Lincoln Rosling Sp. L. of Seattle, Wash. (University of Washington '20), George Bentley Searls 2L of Adams (Williams '21), Edward Sholom Silver 2L of Brooklyn, N. Y. (College of the City of New York '20), Benamin Isadore Sperding of Wilkes-Barre, Penna. (Harvard '21), Max Landsberg Stolz 3L of Syracuse, N. Y. (Harvard '20). Herbert Lazarus Swett 3L of Portland, Ore. (Reed '20), Jerome Weinstein 2L of Fort Lee, N. J. (New York University '21), Emmert Laurson Wingert 3L of Mt. Carroll, Ill. (Beloit '19), John Meyer Wood 3L of Brooklyn, N. Y. (Harvard '21).
The Choate fellowship established by the Harvard Club of New York in memory of the late Joseph H. Choate '52, to be awarded each year to a British subject nominated by the vice chancellor of the University of Cambridge, is to be held this year by G. H. Gutteridge 1G. of Malvern, England.
In the Engineering School the Hennen Jennings scholarship goes to Vsevolod Nicolas Krivobok gr. E. S. of Poltava, Russia, a graduate student in metallurgy; the Eveleth scholarship to Nahum Sabsay E.S. of Cambridge; the Searle scholarship to H. M. Gault of Boston.
An Austin scholarship for teachers has been awarded to T. W. Sheehan 2G.Ed. of Peabody; an Austin scholarship in landscape architecture to Carl Peter Witte 2S.L.A. of Irvington, N. J. (New York State College of Forestry '21), and a University scholarship to John Roberts Fitzsimmone 2S.L.A. of Denver, Colo. (Colorado Agricultural College '21).