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The Lionel de Jersey Harvard Studentship is now about to be awarded for the second time. Established in 1924 by the Associated Harvard Clubs, the first award was made last year to R. A. Aubin '21, who took his M. A. last year and is studying now at Cambridge University.
The studentship is a memorial to Lionel de Jersey Harvard 15, who was killed in action during the war, and for whom Lionel Hall is to be named. It is awarded annually and carries a stipend of $1750.
Applications will be made this year on or before May 1 at the office of President Lowell, 5 University Hall. Graduates of the University are eligible to make application. The studentship is at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, England.
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