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New York, N. Y., June 7--Harvard and Radcliffe have been awarded two of the ten honorary fellowships which are annually awarded to graduates of American universities for study in Germany. The appointments were announced today by Dr. Stephen P. Duggan, chairman of the American German Student Exchange of the institute of International Education.
Karl Edward Zener 3G of Vincennes, Indiana, who took his Master's degree at Harvard University in 1924, has won one of the fellowships. He has been an instructor at Harvard in psychology and zoology and was recommended for the fellowship by Dean Carl E. Seashore of the University of lowa, an authority on experimental psychology.
Elizabeth Yens, a graduate student at Radcliffe, is the other Cambridge winner. She will study methods of social work under the German republic. She is the only woman in the ten, and she was recommended for the honor by Dr. Richard P. Cabot of the Harvard faculty, under whom she has done the greater part of her work.
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