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New York, May 14--The announcement of the fifth annual Commonwealth Fund Scholarship awards made in London today, shows that four undergraduates of British universities are to come to Harvard next year to study in the various graduate schools.
The scholarships, established in 1925 by the Commonwealth Fund of New York, of which Edward S. Harkness is president, are similar to the Rhodes Scholarships and were inaugurated in order to give British students an opportunity to study in America and to foster good will between the United States and Great Britain.
Following are the names of the men who will come here, together with school in which they will study: Frank Ongley Darvall, History; Thomas Pemberthy Fry, Law; William Gerald Humphrey, Chemistry; Edward T. C. Spooner, Medicine.
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