Eight seniors were announced as Fulbright grant winners yesterday by Reginald H. Phelps '30, Chairman of the Harvard Fulbright Committee.
The recipients of the grants and their chosen schools are: Robert J. Blattner of Lowell and Milwaukee, Wis., St. John's College, Cambridge University; Alvan L. Brody of Dunster and Boston, University of Copenhagen; James C. Chace of Lowell and Fall River, University of Paris; and John Goelet of Lowell and Newport, R.I., School of Oriental Studies, American University at Cairo.
Other winners are Glen E. Gresham of Lowell and Detroit, University of Montpellier; Henry J. Landau of Adams and New York City, University of Paris; Paul M. Mabry of Lowell and Boston, Academy of Music, Vienna; and Malcolm D. Rivkin of Kirkland and Hyde Park, Mass., University of Amsterdam.
The Fulbright grants were instituted shortly after World War II by Senator William J. Fulbright (D-Ark.). The grants pay for a year's study at a foreign university and transportation, books, and living expenses.
The grants are payments to the U.S. in return for lend-lease loans.
Chace was a member of the Advocate. Blattner, in addition to the Fulbright grant, won a Henry Fellowship to study at the University of Cambridge. Rivkin was Features Editor of the CRIMSON: