Three men from the University have been awarded scholarships or fellowships at Yale for the year 1923-24, according to a recent announcement made at New Haven. Edward Rutherford Gray, G. '21, of Greenville, Tenn., was awarded a University Fellowship in Social and Political Science; Randall Stewart, G. '21, of Norman, Oklahoma, received a University Scholarship in English; and Harry Lionel Shapiro '23, of Dorchester, was awarded a Bishop Museum (Hawaii) Fellowship in Anthropology.
SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED BY YALE
Three University Men Mentioned in List for 1923-24
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