University Students Gain 38 Fulbright Scholarships

The following students and alumni of Harvard University have been granted Fulbright awards for study abroad during the year 1952-53:

Clarence H. Barber to study musicology at the National Conservatory, Paris; Jonas A. Barish to study drama at the Univ. of Paris; Thomas M. Barker to study European history at the Univ. of Innesbruck, Austria; Rowland T. Berthoff to study history at the Univ. College of Wales, Aberyswth, Wales; James T. Busenburg to study agricultural planning at the Allahabad Agricultural Institute, India; William T. Cheswell to study French literature at the Univ. of Paris; Albert S. Cook, Jr. to study literature at the Univ. of Paris; Wilder W. Crane, Jr. to study political science at the Univ. of Vionna; Alan Davis to study linguistics at the Univ. of Padna, Italy; Louis F. Del Duca to study law at the Univ. of Turin, Italy; Richard M. Douglas to study history at the Univ. of Montpollier, France; Joseph Finkelatein to study history at the London School of Economics; Fred L. Glimp, Jr. to study economics at the Univ. of Cambridge.

Paul Y. Hammond to study political science at the London School of Economics; Cozette Hapeny to study medical administration at the Univ. of London; David H. Hays to study fine arts at the Contral School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art at London; Quentin M. Hope to study at the Univ. of Paris; David R. Lide, Jr. Study chemical physics at the Univ. of Oxford; Gerhart N. Liebman to study architecture at the National Higher School of Fine Arts, Paris; Robert P. Madison to study architecture at the National Higher School of Fine Arts, Paris; Ralph E. Matlaw to study comp. lit. at the Univ. of Paris; John W. McCoubrey to study art history at the Univ. of Paris; Wallace McDonald to study history at the Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland; Lawrence Moe to study musicology at the G. B. Martini Conservatory at Bologna, Italy; William A. Morrison to study sociology at the Univ. of Bombay; Don Page to study architecture at the Polytechnic Institute, Milan; Theodore W. Patterson to study city planning at the Univ. of London.

Karl H. Potter to study philosophy at Bonars Univ., India; Carl B. Schmitt, Jr. to study history at the Univ. of Florence; Francis H. Sleeper to study politics and Arabic at Fouad Univ., Cairo; Pat Y. Spillman to study architecture at the Univ. of Rome; Walter M. Spink to study fine arts at the Indian Museum, Calcutta; Lowis W. Spitz to study European history at the Univ. of Vienua; Harold M. Thewlis to study political science at the Univ. of Paris; Frederic C. Thomas, Jr. to study Arabic at the American Univ., Cairo; Jack Undenk to study French Literature at the Univ. of Paris; John W. Wade to study city planning at the Univ. of London; and Alan Wilde to study comp. lit. at the Univ. of Paris.