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Thomas Harrison Hunter '35, and Cesar Lombardi Barber '35 have been awarded a *500 Henry Fellowship to study at Cambridge University, England, and George Lee Haskins '35 will receive a similar award for study at Oxford. The Henry Fund was founded by the will of the late Lady Julia Henry
Hunter has been prominent in scholastic, athletic, and extra-curricular activities since he entered Harvard from Belmont Hill. He is a member of the Student Council and is cox on the Varsity crew. He was defeated for Third Marshal in the recent disputed Marshal elections by a narrow margin. This last winter he has helped organize the College Service, an undergraduate laundry enterprise.
Haskins was the president of the Critic and is a member of the Advocate board and the Signet Society. Both he and Barber are graduates of Exeter.
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