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SHELDON FELLOWSHIPS PRESENTED TO TEN MEN

Fellowships Representing $15,000 Will Be Used by Graduate Students for Travel Abroad

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Travelling fellowships representing $15,000 taken from the Frederick Sheldon Fund will go to ten graduate students to provide them with the opportunity for furthering their studies by travel either abroad or in this country during the coming academic year, it was announced yesterday by the University.

The recipients and their fields of study are as follows: Augustine Oliver Allen 4G of Berkeley, California, chemistry; Thaddeus Benjamin Clark grDv. of Cambridge, philosophy and history; Charles Farwell Edwon, Jr. of Cambridge, history; Paul Elisworth Everett, Jr. 3G of Wellesley, remance languages and literature; Paul Malcolm Heffenan 2S.A. of Ames, Iowa, architecture; Alan Holske 3G of Pleasantville, New York, German; Julius Knause Knipp 4G of Urbana, Illinois, physics; John Douglas MacLachlan 4G of Burritt's Rapids, Ontario, Canada, biology; Charles Habib Malik 3G of Heliopolis, Egypt, philosophy; Harrg August Rositzke 4G of Brooklyn, New York English.

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