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RHODES AWARD ANNOUNCED

Charles Francis Hawkins 2G., Williams 1912, Chosen to Hold Scholarship for 1914.

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Charles Francis Hawkins, 2G., of War Wick, N. Y., was chosen yesterday afternoon by the Committee of Selection for Massachusetts as the holder of the Rhodes Scholarship from this state for the three years beginning October, 1912. He graduated from Williams College in 1912 and qualified for the Scholarship last year. He is now doing research work in chemistry here and is also an assistant in that Department.

In making this award, the judges take into consideration not only the candidate's mental excellence but also his physical fitness, preferring the all-round man. The winner is entitled to three years residence at Oxford with a stipend of $1500 a year.

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