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Four Scholarships for Freshmen


Four scholarships, two Crowinshield Scholarships, the Scholarship of the Class of 1867, and the Mary L. Whitney Scholarship, will be awarded, shortly after the beginning of the second half-year, to Freshmen who are deserving and in need of assistance.

In awarding the Scholarship of the Class of 1867, preference will be given to children or grandchildren of members of that class.

Freshmen who have already applied for Price Greenleaf Aid at its second assignment will be considered, without further action on their part, candidates for these scholarships. All other Freshmen wishing to become applicants must apply on forms which may be obtained at the office of the secretary, Mr. J. G. Hart, University 20. Their applications, accompanied by the necessary certificates from parents or guardians, must be left at University 20 before next Thursday.

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