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Norman L. Torrey, 1G, of Cambridge and Joseph L. Zimmerman, 1G, of San Francisco are the two Harvard winners of the Belgian Fellowships awarded by the Commission for Relief in Belgium.
Under the arrangements made by the Commission, these men will be permitted to choose the university in Belgium which they wish to attend after their arrival in Brussels.
The Commission for Relief in Belgium is awarding this year for the first time ten fellowships for two students from each of five American universities to do graduate work at Belgian universities, and ten similar fellowships for men from five Belgian universities to work over here. The American universities selected by the Commission for this honor are Harvard, Yale, Princeton, the University of California, and Leland Stanford.
Norman L. Torrey graduated in 1915, spent the next two years teaching English and History at the Anglo-Chinese College, Foochow, China, and is now, studying Economics in the Graduate School here.
Joseph L. Zimmerman graduated from the University of California in 1917, and after a year of graduate work at that institution is now studying Philosophy and Government in the Graduate School of Business Administration.
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