SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS GO TO EIGHTY TWO LAW STUDENTS

Eighty-two awards, totalling $34,500, for study at the Law School during the present academic year, were announced by the University yesterday as follows:

Harold D. Hazeltine, Professor of Law at Cambridge University; Neil G. Melone 3L, Minneapolis, Minn.; Charles F. Barber 2L, Chicago, Ill.; Frederick P. Warne 3L, Yonkers, N. Y.; Irving R. Storch 3L, New York, N. Y.; Herman D. Cummings 3L, Ambridge, Pa.; Daniel MeN. Gribbon 3L, Youngstown, O.; Dudley B. Tenney 2L, Washington, D. C.; Robert S. Ashby 3L, Ladoga, Ind.; Albert J. Rosenthal 3L. New York, N. Y.; Jacob Swartz 3L, Mishawaka, Ind.; Marcus Manoff grL, Philadelphia, Pa.; Matthew J. Kust 3L, Madison, Wis.

Robert F. Magill 3L, Indianapolis, Ind.; Joseph Gold grL, London, England; Seymour Kleinman 3L, New York, N. Y.; Edward G. Howard, Jr. 2L, Wilmington, Del.; Fred W. Peel, Jr. 2L, Danville, Ky.; Hervey C. Allen, Jr. 2L, Rockland, Me.; Donald K. Anderson 2L, Phoenix, Ariz.; Lars H. Bengston 3L, Minneapolis, Minn.; Russell S. Bernhard 3L, Chicago, Ill.; John A. Bowler 3L, Bradford, Pa.; William A. Centner 2L, Battle Creek, Mich,; Howard L. Clark 2L, Altadena, Calif.; John D. Cochran 3L, Pittsburgh, Pa.; John P. Corcoran, Jr. 3L, Rhinebeck, N. Y.

William R. Crout 3L. Milwaukee, Wis.; Mark J. Dalton 3L, Cambridge, Mass.; Richard T. Davis 2L, Medford, Mass.; Charles E. DeLong 2L, Philadelphia, Pa.; George J. Devlin 2L, Somerville, Mass.; Paul Dobin 3L, New York, N. Y.; John F. Dowd 3L, Bellaire, L. I., N. Y.; Cecil Elfenbein 3L, Erie, Pa.; Stanley M. Epstein 2L, New Bedford, Mass.; Richard B. Finn 2L, Niagara Falls, N. Y.; Nathan Fishman 3L, Union City, N. J.; David Flower, Jr. 2L, Brookline, Mass.; Myron L. Gordon 2L, Milwaukee, Wis.; Israel J. Graff 3L, Wheeling, W. Va.

Joseph P. Healey 2L, Cambridge, Mass.; Bruce A. Hecker 2L, Hoboken, N. J.; George M. Heinitsch, Jr. 2L, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Irving J. Helman 2L, Brookline, Mass.; David G. Hertzberg 2L, River Rouge, Mich.; Walter L. Hiersteiner 2L, Des Moiner, Ia.; James L. Highsaw, Jr. 3L, Memphis, Tenn.; George E. Hill 2L, Burlington, Ia.; William Jordan, Jr. 2L, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y.; John V. Kean 3L, Washington, D. C.; William C. Know, Jr. 3L, Winchester, Tenn.; Arthur L. Krenzien 2L, Omaha, Nebr.; Leonard E. Kust 2L, Madison, Wis.; George M. Lehr 3L, Jersey City, N. J.; Nathanael A. Lemke 3L, Milwaukee, Wis.; Laurence S. Locke 2L, Woodmere, L. I., N. Y.; Robert H. Loeb 3L, Birmingham, Ala.; Stanley M. Mansfield 3L, Waukegon, Ill.; Theodore Miller 3L, Cambridge, Mass.; John G. Moskovics 2L, West Los Angeles, Calif.

Wilson C. Piper 2L, Caribou, Me.; William E. Read 3L, Flint, Mich.; Peter J. Repetti 2L, Newark, N. J.; Leon W. Robinson 2L, Trenton, N. J.; Sydney R. Rubin 2L, Williamson, N. Y.; Richard H. Schannen 2L, Fort Wayne, Ind.; Herman J. Schmidt 3L, Davenport, Ia.; Julius L. Shack 2L, Mattapan, Mass.; Harry L. Shinderman 3L, Erie, Pa.; Arthur R. Silsdorf 2L, New York, N. Y.; Stanley M. Silverberg 2L, New York, N. Y.; Allan H. Smith 2L, Baker, Ore.; Edward A. Smith 2L, Worcester, Mass.; George A. Smith 3L, Atlanta, Ga.; William F. Smith 2L, Los Angeles, Calif.; Felix F. Stumpf 3L, Cambridge, Mass.; Robert O. Swados 3L, Buffalo, N. Y.; John R. Taylor 2L, Chicago, Ill.; Leonard Ugelow 2L, St. Albans, N. Y.; Sidney Werlin 2L, Malden, Mass.; and Edward D. Wynot 3L, Dover, N. H.