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The Sears Prizes at the Harvard Law School, awarded each year to those members of the second and third-year classes at the school who held the highest rank in the preceding year, have been awarded to Richard C. Curtis of Boston and William E. McCurdy of Murphy, N. C., both of whom were University graduates in the class of 1916; Sidney P. Simpson of Galesburg, Ill., who was graduated from Knox College in 1917; Ethan D. Alyea of Clifton, N. J., a Princeton man, and Bertram F. Willcox of Ithaca, N. Y., who took his college degree at Cornell in 1917.

Curtis stood first in last year's second-year class, numbering 220 men, from colleges all over the country, and McCurdy second. Simpson led the 437 members of the first-year class, and Alyea and Willcox were tied for second.

Student Advisers Appointed

The board of Student Advisers at the Law School, composed of third-year men selected by the Faculty and appointed by the Corporation to have charge of the law clubs at the school, is to be composed of Lawrence Curtis 2d '16 of Boston, chairman; George R. Blodgett of New York, Yale 1916; Lee C. Bradley Jr. of Birmingham, Ala., Princeton 1918; Hilmer M. Fridlund of Sioux City, Iowa, Grinnell 1918; Morris Hadley of Cambridge, Yale 1916, son of President Hadley of Yale; Fred A. Little of Prairle City, Iowa, Grinnell 1916; Fred B. Lund Jr. '18 of Boston, and John L. Remington of Rochester, N. Y., University of Rochester 1917.

The Emmons Scholarship at the Law School has been awarded to H. C. Jones, Dean of the University of West Virginia Law School, who took his law degree at the University in 1906. The Fay Scholarship goes to Leo Blumberg of Jersey City, N. J. D. C. Swatland of Newark, N. J., and J. C. Vogel of St. Louis have won Langdell Scholarships. Henry M. Quillian Jr. of Atlanta, Ga., has been assigned the Fisher Scholarship.

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