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The Walter Channing Cabot fellowship has been awarded to Josiah Royce, professor of the History of Philosophy. The Fellowship is offered to encourage literary achievement and original research work; it will be held by Professor Royce for three years, beginning September 1, 1911.
Exchange Fellowship with Princeton.
L. M. Bament, a graduate of Princeton, will be in the Law School next year as the holder of the Princeton fellowship, an exchange fellowship between Princeton and the University whereby the privileges of the graduate departments of the two universities are thrown open to the two recipients.
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