The following names complete the list of men receiving scholarships which was published in part in the last issue of the CRIMSON.
This portion of the list contains the names of a number of Seniors in other colleges who were awarded scholarships for graduate study at the University. In addition there are the names of instructors in the college and students in the graduate schools who have received awards. The list also contains certain scholarships granted by the Medical School and the Bussey institution.
The rest of the list, continued from Saturday, is as follows:
Rumrill Graduate Scholarship
James A. Rumrill Graduate Scholarship--John Wilson Bowyer A.M., Lexington, Va., A.B. Washington and Lee University 1921, A.M. ibid. 1922, Acting Professor of English, College of Charleston, English. Gorham Thomas Scholarship--Albert Harold Blatt 1G., Cambridge, S.B. 1923, Edwin Austin Fellow, Candidate for A.M., Chemistry.
Ralph Sanger Scholarships--Walter Edwards Beach A.B., Stanford University, Cal., A.B. Stanford University 1922, Research Assistant, Food Research Institute, Stanford University, Economics; Melvin Gardner De Shazo A.B., Seattle, Wash., A.B. University of Washington 1924, Teaching Fellow in Economics, University of Minnesota 1921, Philosophy; Elmer Joseph Working S.M., Washington, D. C., S.B. University of Arizona 1921, S.M. lowa State College 1922, Economics.
University Scholarships--Bruce Macmillan Bigelow Ph.B., Providence, R. L., Brown University 1924, History; Joseph Brunet A.M., Stanford University, Cal., A.B. Stanford University 1923, A.M. ibid. 1924, Romance Languages; Nelson Sherwin Bushnell A.B., LL.B., Watertown, Conn., A.B. Williams College 1920, LL.B. Baldwin-Wallace University 1923, Teacher of English and Public Speaking, Taft School, Watertown, Conn., English; Stanley Cecil Davidson S.B., Montreal, Que., S.B. McGill University 1923. Geology; Percy Albert Davies 2G., Scottsbluff, Neb. S.B. Colorado Agricultural College 1922, S.M. ibid. 1923, Botany; Brainerd Dyer 1G., Los Angeles, Cal., A.B. Piomona College 1923, Candidate for A.M., History; Allen Richard Foley A.M., Hanover, N. H., A.B. Dartmouth College 1920, A.M. University of Wisconsin 1924, Instructor in History, Dartmouth College, History.
Award To Rensselaer Instructor
Austin Rogers Frey 2G., New York City, S.B. 1920, A.M. 1924, Townsend Scholar, Physics; Frank Albert Gilbert Jr. 2G., Wenham, S.B. Massachusetts Agricultural College 1922, Candidate for A.M., Botany; James White Gould 1G., Greenfield, Ill., A.B. 1922, University Scholar, Candidate for A.M., Classics: George Claude Hicks 1G., Moncton, N.B., A.B. Acadia University 1922, Candidate for A.M., Biology; Frederic Chapin Lane 1G., Cambridge, A.B. Cornell University 1921, A.M. Tufts College 1922, History; Earl Godfrey Mellor A.B., Worcester, A.B. Clark College 1918, Instructor in Romance Languages, Clark University, Romance Languages; Harry Rowe Mimno E.E., Troy, N. Y., E.E. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1921, Instructor in Physics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Physics.
Scholarship To Heidelberg Senior
Harold Joyce Noble A.B., Columbus, O., A.B. Ohio Wesleyan University 1924, History: Fritz Jules Roethlisberger 1G., Tomkinsville, N. Y., A.B. Columbia University 1921, B.S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1922, Candidate for A.M., Philosophy; Edward Perry Rubin, Senior in Heidelberg University, Tiffin, O., Social Ethics: Jacob Bernard Shohan 2G., Boston, A.B. 1916, Chemistry; Dietrich Conrad Smith A.M., St. Paul, Minn., A.B. University of Minnesota 1923, A.M. ibid, 1924, Zoology; Hanns Peter Swarzenski, Frankfort, Germany, Fine Arts; Charles Edwin Teeter Jr. 1G., Newark, N. J., A.B. 1923, Thayer Scholar, Chemistry.
The following men, who are Seniors in their respective universities have been given University Scholarships in the graduate schools next year:
Brown Awarded Scholarship
Eugene Morehead Armfield, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C., Romance Languages; Arthur Watson Bromage, Wesleyan University, Conn., Warehouse Point, Conn., Government; Arthur Barton Brown '25, Roxbury, Mathematics; Edward Newcomb Brush, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt., Philosophy; George Lyle Church, Massachusetts Agricultural College, Dorchester, Botany; Clayton Dion Craig, University of South Dakota, Watertown, Economics; David Mitchel Dougherty, University of Delaware, Wilmington, Del., English; Edward French Dow, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me., Government; Henry Matran Eller, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb., Classics; Raymond Matthew Fuoss '25, Altoona, Pa., Chemistry; Stowell Coolidge Goding, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H., Romance Languages; Granvyl G. Hulse, University of California, Southern Branch, Los Angeles, Cal., History; Edgar Morris Hymans, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, O., Economics; Donald Wallace MacKinnon, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Me., Psychology.
Titus Is University Scholar
Charles Morphy Meyers, Grinnell College, Grinnell, In., History; George Allen Morgan Jr., Emory University, Pulaskn Tenn., Philosophy; John Oddy, Wesleyan University, Conn., Skowhegan, Me., History; John Miller Pratt, Allegheny College, Pittsburgh, Pa., English; Morris Herman Price, Centre College, Paris, Ky., English; Joseph Reese Strayer, Princeton University, Princeton, N. J., History; Tillman Grow Titus, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Sask., Physics; Austin Wright, Haverford College, Bedford, Pa., English, Harold Whiting Cary, Williams College, Williamstown, History; Joseph Homer Ford, University of South Carolina, Columbia, S. C., History and Government; Benjamin Breckinridge Warfield, Haverford College, Haverford, Pa., History.
Jeffries Wyman Scholarships--Erik Fritiof Bjerkander Fries 2G., Birmingham, Ala., A.B. 1921, A.M. February, 1925, Assistant in Zoology, Zoology; Joseph Milton Odiorne, Senior in Bowdoin College, Coopers Mills, Me., Zoology.
Dow Gets Scholarship
Charles Henry Fiske 3d Scholarship at Trinity College, England--Sterling Dow '25, Kennebunk, Me.
Princeton Fellowship--Herbert Pratt Carter A.B. Huntington, N. Y., A.B. Princeton University 1924. Charles Elliot Perkins Scholarship--Harold Eugene Breitenbach, Senior in Grinnell College, Washington, Ia.
William O. Moseley Jr. Travelling Fellowships--Henry Field Jr. M.D., Boston, S.B. Syracuse University 1916, M.D. Harvard University 1920, Assistant in Medicine, 1923-25; Tracy Burr Mallory M.D., Brookline, M.D. 1921, Instructor in Bacteriology, 1923-25.
Graduate School of Education
Austin Scholarships for Teachers--Winfield Dockery Armentrout A.M., Greeley, Colo., A.B. Missouri Valley College 1910, A.M. Columbia University 1914, Professor of Education and Director of Training Schools, Colorado State Teachers College; Albert Luther Bennett A.M., S.M., Charlottesville, Va., A.B. Washington and Lee University 1916, A.M. University of Virginia 1921, S.M. in Education ibid, 1924, Superintendent of Albemarle County Public Schools, Charlottesville, Va; Elene Michell S.B., Ed.M., Los Angeles, Cal., S.B. Columbia University 1907, Ed.M. Harvard University February, 1925, Head of Social Science Department, Belmont High School, Los Angeles, Cal.
Faculty Scholarships George Edward Gardner, Senior in Dartmouth College, West Bridgewater; Charles Webster St. John A.M., Rio Piedras, Porto Rico, A.B. Clark University 1911, A.M. lbid, 1912, Dean of Colleges of Education, Liberal Arts, and Pharmacy, University of Porto Rice; Kenneth Kilgore Thompson A.M. Shantung, China, S.B. Hanover College 1910 A.M. ibid, 1912, Principal of McPherson Academy for Boys, Ichowfu, Shantung, China; Jacob H. Trofs A.M., Centerville, Ia., A.B. Morningside College 1920, A.M. Indiana University 1922, Principal of Centerville High School, Centerville, Ia.
Raymond Randell Wallace S.B., Green Bay, Wis., S.B. Illinois College 1919, Vice Principal and Instructor in Mathematics, Washington Junior High School, Green Bay, Wis.; Lester R. Peabody S.B., A.M., Lawrenceburg, Tenn., S.B. Peabody College for Teachers 1922, A.M. ibid, 1924.
University Scholarships--Ewing Macready Bailey 1G.Ed., Atlantic, la., S.B. Monmouth College 1921; Morgan L. Combs A.M., Richmond, Va., A.B. Richmond College 1917, A.M. University of Chicago 1922, Supervisor of Secondary Education for the State of Virginia; David Gray Davis 1G. Ed., Truro, N. S., A.B. Dalhousie University 1904, A.M. ibid, 1908; Mildred Ella Lincoln A.B., Newark, N. Y., A.B. Syracuse University 1912, Vocational Guidance Counsellor and Teacher, Monroe Junior High School, Rochester, N. Y.; Stephen DeWitt Stephens A.M., Millwaukee, Wis., A.B. University of Wisconsin 1916, A.M. ibid 1920, Head of the Department of English Boys Technical High School, Milwaukee, Wis