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Twenty-two scholarships, totalling $8,400, have been awarded to the following first year students of high academic standing in the Law School of Harvard University, it was announced today.
Shelton Hale Scholarship: Adrian S. Fisher 1L, of Memphis, Tenn.
Herbert Parker Scholarship: George A. Teitz 1L, of Newport, R. I.
John L. Cadwalader Memorial Scholarship: Harry M. Plotkin 1L, of Athol, Mass.
Robert T. Swaine Scholarship: Jack Goodman 1L, of Albany, N. Y.
Rutherford B. Hayes Scholarship: Thomas K. Jenkins 1L, of Ravenna, O.
Kirkpatrick Scholarships: Robert L. Angenblick 1L, of Newark, N. J.; William H. Ernst 1L, of Buffalo, N. Y.; Nestor S. Foley 1L, of Somerville, Mass.; George Gore 1L, of Rapid City, S. D.; Howard L. Hausman 1L, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Samuel L. Kobre 1L, of Newark, N. J.; Milton P. Kroll 1L, of Paterson, N. J.; Bertram H. Loewenberg 1L, of Roxbury, Mass.; Donald L. McCaskey 1L, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; Frank J. Meistrell 1L, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; William L. Owen 1L, of Excelsior Springs, Mo.; Alexander G. Sanderson, Jr. 1L, of Texarkana, Ark.; Sidney D. Spear 1L, of Cashmere, Wash.; Solon J. Stone 1L, of Buffalo, N. Y.; William W. Wirtz 1L, of DeKalb, Ill.; Adrian W. DeWind 1L, of Newton, la.; Samuel C. Shoolman 1L, of Rochester, N. Y.
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